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Order of Worship (7:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.) ...................................................................... 3 Hymn of Praise (7:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. – “The Lord Is Blessing Me Right Now”)........................... 4 Unison Scripture (7:30 a.m.) .......................................................................................................... 4 Unison Scripture (11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.) ....................................................................................... 5 Pastor’s Page .................................................................................................................................. 6 Sermon Notes............................................................................................................................... 13 Biographical Sketch: Rev. Dr. Frederick D. Haynes III .................................................................. 14 Calendar ....................................................................................................................................... 15 Teen Retreat/Community Festival Volunteers The AKIBA/Youth Summit First Music Theory 101 Recital/Vacation Bible School Trumpet Subscriptions Heart of the Community .............................................................................................................. 21 Information & Announcements .................................................................................................... 22 Prayer List .................................................................................................................................... 25 Bereaved ....................................................................................................................................... 26 Hospitalized ................................................................................................................................. 26 Extended Care .............................................................................................................................. 27 Members at Home ........................................................................................................................ 29 Prayer Concerns ........................................................................................................................... 33 Service and Support Groups.......................................................................................................... 34

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Choral Introit ...................................................................................................................... “Holy, Holy, Holy” Opening Hymn (7:30 a.m.) ....................................................................................“What Would It Profit Me?” Opening Hymn (11:00 a.m.) ................................................................................... “Come On In This House” Opening Hymn (6:00 p.m.) ............................................................................................... “Worship The Lord” The Lord’s Prayer Hymn of Praise (7:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m.) ......................................................................“Woke Up This Mornin’” Unison Scripture (7:30 a.m.) ........................................................................................Isaiah 43:16-20 (NRSV) Unison Scripture (11:00 a.m.) ...................................................................... Matthew 26:47–54 (The Message) Unison Scripture (6:00 p.m.) .............................................................................................Mark 6:14–29 (NIV) [PLEASE REMAIN STANDING FOR THE READING OF THE WORD] Invocation Ministry of Music (6:00 p.m.) ................................................................................................. “Jesus Promised” Parish Concerns Baby Dedication Visitor Recognition Passing of the Peace The Pastor’s Word The Service of Giving Offertory Sentences Tithes and Offerings Guest Minister Offering Altar Call (7:30 a.m.) Altar Call (11:00 a.m.) Hymn of Preparation (6:00 p.m.) Sermon (7:30 a.m.) ..............................................................................................“You Ain’t Seen Nuthin’ Yet” Sermon (11:00 a.m.) ................................................................................... “When A Kiss Can Get You Killed” Sermon (6:00 p.m.) ............................................................................................. “Haunted By A Table Dance” Hymn of Invitation (7:30 p.m.) Hymn of Invitation (11:00 a.m.) Hymn of Invitation (6:00 p.m.) Benediction .............................................................................................. “The Lord Bless You And Keep You” [Once the sermon has begun, parishioners may not enter or re-enter the first floor sanctuary.] Revival Sunday, July 16, 2006 3 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

hymn of praise
7:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m.

Unison scriptUre
7:30 a.m.
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isaiah 43:16–20 (nrsV) Woke up this mornin’
Woke up this mornin’ with my mind, stayed on Jesus. Woke up this mornin’ with my mind, stayed on Jesus. Woke up this mornin’ with my mind, stayed on Jesus. Hallelu, hallelu, hallelujah. Verse ii Walkin’ and talkin’ with my mind, stayed on Jesus. Walkin’ and talkin’ with my mind, stayed on Jesus. Walkin’ and talkin’ with my mind, stayed on Jesus. Hallelu, hallelu, hallelujah. Verse iii Singin’ and prayin’ with my mind, stayed on Jesus. Singin’ and prayin’ with my mind, stayed on Jesus. Singin’ and prayin’ with my mind, stayed on Jesus. Hallelu, hallelu, hallelujah. Verse iV Ain’t no harm to keep your mind, stayed on Jesus. Ain’t no harm to keep your mind, stayed on Jesus. Ain’t no harm to keep your mind, stayed on Jesus. Hallelu, hallelu, hallelujah.

Thus says the Lord, who makes a way in the sea, a path in the mighty waters, 17who brings out chariot and horse, army and warrior; they lie down, they cannot rise, they are extinguished, quenched like a wick: 18Do not remember the former things, or consider the things of old. 19 I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. 20The wild animals will honor me, the jackals and the ostriches; for I give water in the wilderness, rivers in the desert, to give drink to my chosen people,

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Unison scriptUre
11:00 a.m.
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Unison scriptUre
For Herod himself had given orders to have John arrested, and he had him bound and put in prison. He did this because of Herodias, his brother Philip’s wife, whom he had married. 18 For John had been saying to Herod, “It is not lawful for you to have your brother’s wife.” 19 So Herodias nursed a grudge against John and wanted to kill him. But she was not able to, 20because Herod feared John and protected him, knowing him to be a righteous and holy man. When Herod heard John, he was greatly puzzled; yet he liked to listen to him. 21Finally the opportune time came. On his birthday Herod gave a banquet for his high officials and military commanders and the leading men of Galilee. 22When the daughter of Herodias came in and danced, she pleased Herod and his dinner guests. The king said to the girl, “Ask me for anything you want, and I’ll give it to you.” 23 And he promised her with an oath, “Whatever you ask I will give you, up to half my kingdom.” 24 She went out and said to her mother, “What shall I ask for?” “The head of John the Baptist,” she answered. 25At once the girl hurried in to the king with the request: “I want you to give me right now the head of John the Baptist on a platter.” 26The king was greatly distressed, but because of his oaths and his dinner guests, he did not want to refuse her. 27So he immediately sent an executioner with orders to bring John’s head. The man went, beheaded John in the prison, 28and brought back his head on a platter. He presented it to the girl, and she gave it to her mother. 29On hearing of this, John’s disciples came and took his body and laid it in a tomb.
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mattheW 26:47–54 (the message)
The words were barely out of his mouth when Judas (the one from the Twelve) showed up, and with him a gang from the high priests and religious leaders brandishing swords and clubs. The betrayer had worked out a sign with them: “The one I kiss, that’s the one—seize him.” He went straight to Jesus, greeted him, “How are you, Rabbi?” and kissed him. 50-51Jesus said, “Friend, why this charade?” Then they came on him—grabbed him and roughed him up. One of those with Jesus pulled his sword and, taking a swing at the Chief Priest’s servant, cut off his ear. 52-54Jesus said, “Put your sword back where it belongs. All who use swords are destroyed by swords. Don’t you realize that I am able right now to call to my Father, and twelve companies—more, if I want them—of fighting angels would be here, battle-ready? But if I did that, how would the Scriptures come true that say this is the way it has to be?” 6:00 p.m.
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mark 6:14–29 (niV)
King Herod heard about this, for Jesus’ name had become well known. Some were saying, “John the Baptist has been raised from the dead, and that is why miraculous powers are at work in him.” 15Others said, “He is Elijah.” And still others claimed, “He is a prophet, like one of the prophets of long ago.” 16But when Herod heard this, he said, “John, the man I beheaded, has been raised from the dead!”
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A powerful week on two fronts!
Since 1979, the third week in July has been the week that our Annual Church Revival has been held. The third week in July has always been a powerful week for us. During this week, we have had Dr. William Augustus Jones, Dr. Roscoe D. Cooper, Dr. Anthony C. Campbell, Dr. Dearing E. King, Dr. Charles Walker, Dr. James Forbes, Dr. Charles G. Adams and Dr. Frederick Douglas Haynes III as our annual church revivalists. This week, as we gather to be blessed once again by the powerful preaching of the Reverend Dr. Frederick Douglas Haynes III, the power of God will be felt by members, visitors and friends in some amazingly new and refreshing ways. We anxiously look forward to this powerful week on the home front. Many of our members are not familiar with the work of the Children’s Defense Fund. Dr. John Hope Franklin helped to draft the manifesto which set forth the hopes and the goals of the Fund, which meets this week in Tennessee at the Haley farm. This is a powerful week! So that you can enjoy the full flavor of where it is Pastor Moss is, and what so many of our members have been a part of (Dr. Iva Carruthers, Georgette Greenlee and Mary Crayton have all been to the Haley farm.), let me share with you Dr. John Hope Franklin’s “manifesto” concerning the Children’s Defense Fund. “Our desires and hopes for our children are reasonable to the point of modesty, but we wish no less and no more for them than we wish for every child in every land. We want our children to grow up with healthy bodies and healthy minds in a drug-free society, with ample tools for engaging in critical thinking and making sound judgment.

For a little over a decade now, the Children’s Defense Fund has been meeting the same week as our Annual Revival and they have been meeting near Knoxville, Tennessee on Alex Haley’s farm. Pastor Otis Moss III is at the Annual Children’s Defense Fund Annual Summer Program this week.
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We want African American children to have every opportunity to achieve success in school and to understand fully the world of work, what is involved in acquiring marketable skills, and how important it is to make a significant contribution to that world.
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We want African American children to learn that the greatest success lies not so much in amassing a fortune, as in having a concern for others and in recovering and preserving the tradition of selfless service to family and community. We want African American children to fully appreciate the artistic, moral and spiritual values that will bring to them much of their heritage of the past and make it possible to pass these on to their successors. We want them to have an understanding and appreciation for family, for their own rich heritage derived from their African forbearers as well as their American experience, the kind of understanding that will simultaneously provide them with roots and wings!” As Pastor Moss presents for this summer’s Children’s Defense Fund at the Haley farm, this is a powerful week. Those who travel to the farm on behalf of the Children’s Defense Fund each year have pledged themselves to do “everything humanly possible to strengthen the Black family, save Black children through succor as well as love and to improve and modernize our schools in order to enhance significantly their chances for education and life success. In this gigantic task, we shall utilize to the fullest the resources of parents, children and the general public.” While we are being spiritually empowered this week, those who gather at the Haley farm are being empowered intellectually and programmatically to make a difference for
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African American children and for African children throughout the world! That is a part of what you hear each third Sunday, as we dedicate new babies. That is what I call you to embrace and to commit to as we “serve this present age!” Sincerely yours, Pastor Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

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Boycott Disney, Pirates of the Caribbean
Starting in February of 2005, we began to post a number of items regarding Walt Disney’s proposed plans for showing Island Caribs as blood thirsty man eaters. In Dominica, where parts of the film were shot, then Carib Chief Charles Williams loudly protested the movie and condemned select members of the Carib Territory for collaborating with Disney. The Government of Dominica warmly welcomed Disney, guided by the incredible notion that a media giant showing local natives as cannibals would promote tourism to the island. The movie was also shot in St. Vincent. Since then, Chief Williams was deposed by the Government of Dominica (although to what extent Williams embarrassing the government over this issue played any role in the government’s decision is unclear for now). Other indigenous communities, including Tainos, Garifuna, and the Caribs of Trinidad, also vigorously protested the movie in the news media. Indian Country Today, in the United States, ran an editorial that was very critical of Disney’s plans.
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Now, the movie is about to hit theaters and, if anything, it appears to be worse than was first imagined. A trailer for the film clearly shows the Caribs roasting live people on spits and holding captives to be eaten...in a stark reminder of some of the most vile imperialistic imagery produced in the early colonial era. Such images are getting a new lease on life thanks to Disney, which with the resources that rival those of a colonial power, has now dedicated itself to popularizing and internationalizing images of the Caribs as “cannibals.” You can see the movie trailer at: http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=d Ax02SQ5Mjs&mode=related& search=piratesthecaribbeandead manschest. Images that follow are stills from the trailer, accompanied by one colonial illustration that seems to have been part of the corpus of visual imperial denigrations that the movie so cheerfully enhances. Let us keep in mind that such depictions were used to enslave and murder the ancestors of today’s Caribs, there was never anything innocent or “fun” about these portrayals. In addition, generations of Carib-descended school children in the Caribbean have been taught that their ancestors were savage cannibals. Shame over ancestry was inculcated as a matter of routine. In my own field research experience,
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pastor’s paGe
I have encountered individuals in their forties and fifties who told me very directly that the main reason they did not wish to self-identify as Caribs is that people in the wider world see Caribs as cannibals, as inhuman man eaters, and they found the stigma unbearable. Disney is playing its part in centuries of ethnocide. This action on the part of Disney, flying in the face of countless protests, is not accidental, nor just uninformed carelessness. Let’s place these images in their current context as well. This is a time of renewed generalizing about the “non-West” as the “uncivilized” world of inhumane acts of savage atrocities. Anti-immigrant attitudes are on the rise in many Western countries. Anyone “brown-skinned” is deemed a potential terrorist. This is not inflammatory exaggeration on my part: for a glimpse at the tip of the iceberg, look at reports produced within the Canadian media itself: http://www.cbc.ca/news/viewpoint/ vp_mallick/20060616.html, and, http://www. cbc.ca/news/about/burman/20060614.html. Many white citizens adjoining Native reserves seem to feel empowered now to express openly derogatory views about Natives, even joining in the occasional riot where they can bash some in the face. A peaceful gathering of Natives in Canada is widely depicted as “terrorism.” You don’t believe me? Please have a look at pages from the Caledonia Citizens Alliance where members of the public submit their feedback on the issue of the Native reoccupation of their territory. Images specifically of charred bodies, hung like roasted offerings, have also been popularized in the international press, especially when showing the “horrid” acts of Iraqi insurgents in Fallujah who captured and killed four American mercenaries in March of 2004. All of the raw material, daily news, centuries of inherited stereotypes, revived bigotry, fear, hatred and paranoia are all out there ready to be fused in people’s minds who are thus predisposed to making a series of associations. One line of association is that linking Al Qaida with all Muslims, then immigrants, “brown skin,” Natives, and finally Caribs. The other line of associations to complement the first: terrorism, insurgence, resistance and cannibalism. This is the world we are inheriting, folks! Either we deal with these issues head on, or sit back and let the tide of a new nazism wash over us with the help of our own quiescence. Disney’s concept of family “fun” is about as light hearted as showing groups of Jews as rats. Disney won’t do exactly that, since that is anti-semitism, and numerous holocaust memorials tell us “never again.” But really, never again? That seems to be either unduly hopeful or just terribly naive. You are encouraged to actively protest and boycott Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest and any and all Disney products. Such cultural imperialism cannot be allowed to pass without consequence. The C.A.C. Review June 17, 2006
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JuDge nominee hAynes oversAw torture policy
This week the Senate Judiciary Committee is holding a second hearing on the nomination of William J. Haynes II to a permanent judicial seat on the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Haynes serves as General Counsel for the Department of Defense (DOD). Judge Haynes’ nomination leads many to raise concerns about his role in overseeing U.S. policies allowing torture and the inhumane treatment of prisoners and detainees. Therefore, it is critical that members of the Senate use the nomination hearing process to consider carefully Mr. Haynes’ role in overseeing the development of detention and interrogation policies. The incidents of torture and human rights violations that took place at Abu Ghraib prison, as well as more recent concerns about U.S. torture, detention and interrogation policies in Afghanistan, Iraq, Guantanamo Bay and elsewhere, make Mr. Haynes’ record as DOD General Counsel all the more relevant to the nomination process for a federal appellate court position. As DOD General Counsel, Mr. Haynes oversaw the development of policies for the military’s handling of prisoners. He was the primary architect of DOD policies which: Defined torture so narrowly that it was later disavowed by the administration; Failed to apply the Geneva Convention protections to detainees captured in Afghanistan and elsewhere in the world; Authorized private, and therefore unaccountable, civilian contractors to participate in interrogations. Communities of faith share a profound commitment to affirm the dignity and fair treatment of all people. Every person should have the protection of the law. This is a fundamental value of our democratic society. Expediency and short-term “necessity” are no excuse for rejecting the rule of law or the moral imperative of justice. In fact, our failure to follow international human rights principles will only serve to undermine our standing in the global community. From a moral and faith perspective, there are grave concerns about Mr. Haynes’ fitness to serve on the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Click http://www.ucctakeaction.org/haynes to contact your senators and urge them to use the confirmation process to investigate fully Mr. Haynes’ views on detention, interrogation and torture.
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cuBA council of churches
Blessings to all our members and to all with special connection to the United Church of Christ’s Global Ministries’ Latin America and the Caribbean programs, I have been affiliated with the Cuba Council of Churches since the 1980s. I have several close Cuban friends who work with the Cuba Council of Churches and you have heard me preach about our affiliation and the Black Theology Project’s trips to Cuba. The sermon I preached for the dedication of the Martin Luther King Center in Havana over 20 years ago was sponsored by the Cuban Council of Churches. At that service, the translator accepted Christ while translating my sermon. (You can pick up a copy of that sermon today.) Our denomination’s Global Ministries is committed to calling for an end to the U.S. sanctions against Cuba. Currently the Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba has prepared a second report that recommends the U.S. place an embargo on aid to Cuba through the globally recognized Cuban Council of Churches. The so-called “Commission” is a right wing political group determined to bring down Castro’s government, no matter who gets hurt in the process. The Cuban Council of Churches, on the other hand, has been a non-partisan global mission partners for decades. I have worked with them for two decades.
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Global Ministries supports its ecumenical witness as a Christian organization and attests to its integrity of ministry and mission. The Area Office of Latin America and the Caribbean of Global Ministries asks you to join us in speaking out and taking action and write to President Bush and Secretary Rice and petition to stop support of this ban against aid to Cuba through the Cuban Council of Churches. Visit http://capwiz.com/churchworld/ issues/alert or http://ga3.org/campaign/ cubareligiousfreedom to join Church World Service or Faithful America’s efforts to speak out against the curtailment of humanitarian aid to Cuba. Or if you prefer, you may visit the State Department at http://www.state. gov <http://www.state.gov/> and the White House at http://www.whitehouse.gov <http:// www.whitehouse.gov/> to make your contact. I thank you for helping me with this matter and I ask you to send your letters of support and affirmation to:
Rev. Elizabeth Carrasquillo Program Associate for Latin America/Caribbean Global Ministries P.O. Box 986 Indianapolis IN 46206 USA Tel: 317-713-2562 Fax: 317-635-4323 ecarrasq@dom.disciples.org, www.globalministries.org

Gratefully yours,

Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.
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Rev. Reginald Williams, Jr. A quality education is a right of all children, which is currently not fully protected. Currently, in the state of Illinois, we find that, all too often, the quality of a child’s education is dictated by the zip code in which they live. The spending gap for public schools in the state of Illinois is steadily increasing. In fact, Illinois ranks number 50 out of 50 states with regard to the size of the gap in per pupil education spending between the states’ lowest and highest districts. Roundout School District in Lake County spends $23,799 per student, while Central School District in Tazewell County (Central Illinois Spends $4438 per student). According to the 2004 statistics, Chicago Public Schools spend $4810 on each student. According to statewide statistics, the average dollar amount spent per child is now $5164 (up $200 from Fiscal Year 2005). This still is far less than the $6405 that has been determined to be an adequate level of funding per student. Included in this spending is the ability to pay teachers in order to reduce or inflate class size, to purchase learning aids such as computers and other aids; and to have foreign language and fine arts courses, etc. Funding per child dictates the quality of education to which a child will be exposed. This disparity is greatly due to the fact that funding for public education in Illinois relies heavily on property taxes. Therefore, those affluent areas, because of the property taxes paid, are able to place more money into their school systems than are the less affluent and low income areas around the state. Moreover, the federal No Child Left Behind Act appears to do exactly the opposite of what it says. In addition to being underfunded from its Revival Sunday, July 16, 2006 12 initiation, the NCLB Act requires annual achievement improvements among the poor, minority and disabled students with penalties for those who do not improve. However, educational funding, based primarily on property taxes, does not support improvements because the bias financially favors schools with the wealthiest tax base, while kicking poor, minority, and/or disabled students in the behind. This system of funding education is unacceptable. A child’s quality of education should not be determined by how much money their parents or neighbors make. A child’s quality of education should be guaranteed by that child’s ability and opportunity to learn. The Fiscal Year 2006 budget has already been passed. No funding reform for public schools was adopted for this year. However, we can begin now to demand that beginning in Fiscal Year 2007, some changes be made to the funding system for public schools so that each and every pupil in this state is offered an adequate quality education. I urge you to sign the post card given to you today and contact your legislator to let them know that you demand reform in the way that education is funded so that every child in the state of Illinois has access to an adequate quality education. ACTION ITEMS 1. Contact your elected official now! 2. Boycott Wal-Mart & Sam’s Club.

ThOughT fOr ThIS wEEk: Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others? —Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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GUest re ViValist
s senior pastor of Friendship-West Baptist Church since 1983, Rev. Dr. Frederick D. Haynes III leads one of the largest church congregations in Dallas. In the last decade alone, the 28-year-old church has grown from approximately 500 members to over 8,000 members. A native of San Francisco, California, Dr. Haynes is the third in a line of well-known, socially conscious preachers. He graduated from Bishop College with a bachelor of arts in religion and English, earned a master of divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and received honorary doctorates of divinity from Paul Quinn College and Texas College. In May 2005, Rev. Haynes received his doctorate in ministry from the illustrious Oxford University in England. His progressive, Bible-based message has reached millions of people around the world, including Africa, Australia, the Caribbean and throughout North America. A true proponent of faith-based community development, Dr. Haynes and the Friendship-West family are moving towards a vision that God gave Dr. Haynes more than ten years ago for a “Christian community within a community.” The visionary project, named Friendship Community, is currently being developed on 60 acres of land in southwest Dallas. When completed, the multi-purpose community will include a school, athletic complex, offices, retail space, a holistic health center, a 315,000-square-foot Worship and Family Life Center, and a museum dedicated to the history of the African American church — the first such museum in the country. With a gift for relating to young people, Dr. Haynes has taken steps towards reaching the
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young secular community, which has been turned off by tradition and who require a more contemporary method towards receiving Christ. In 2001, he was asked to close the #1-rated Dallas morning radio show with a spiritual segment called “Inspirational Vitamin.” In 2002, he added a fourth worship service, “Saturday Night Live,” an hourlong service designed to reach the unchurched and unsaved. Both methods have proven successful with a 50% increase in membership of people ages 18–29. His out-of-the-box approach and empowering preaching style has made him one of the most respected pastors among this generation. A firm believer in community involvement, Dr. Haynes is vice president of the American Pastors Coalition and a former board member of the Dallas Urban League. He serves on the honorary committee of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Project Foundation based in Washington, D.C. He is the executive secretary of the Evangelism Board of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. and is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Rev. Haynes is the Founder/CEO of FDH Ministries, Inc. and Chairman of the Board of FW Empowerment, the community development corporation of the church. Dr. Haynes has received numerous awards and recognition. Like great preachers before him, he was inducted into the Martin Luther King, Jr. Board of Preachers at Morehouse College. In 2000, he was invited by U.S. President Bill Clinton to participate in dialogue regarding issues impacting the African American community, and he has spoken on national platforms, including the National Urban League Convention. Dr. Haynes is married to Debra Peek-Haynes, and they are the parents of one beautiful daughter, Abeni Jewel Haynes.
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hiGhLiGhts SUN…7/16 Annual Revival Sunday MON – FRI…7/17 – 21 Annual Revival Week MON – FRI…7/24 – 28 Vacation Bible School SUN…7/30 Youth Revival Sunday MON – FRI…7/31 – 8/2 Youth Revival Services 6:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. sunDaY – 7/16 Trinity Television Broadcast TV One (Check your cable and satellite menu) Worship Service - SA Breakfast – FH Bible Study – WC Worship Service – SA Dinner – FH Worship Service – SA monDaY – 7/17 400 w. 95th street Immabasi Diabetes Support – FH Voice Class – FH Band Rehearsal – SA Revival Worship Service – SA tuesDaY – 7/18 400 W. 95th street Youth Revival Committee – 207 Band Rehearsal – SA Vacation Bible School Teacher Training – 202 Voice Class – WC Revival Worship Service – SA WeDnesDaY – 7/19 400 W. 95th street 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Prayer & Fasting 10:00 a.m. CHOICES - 118 11:30 a.m. Prayer Service – WC 5:30 p.m. Praise Team Rehearsal – SA 7:00 p.m. Revival Worship Service - SA thursDaY – 7/20 400 W. 95th street Imani Ya Watume – WC Band Rehearsal – SA Voice Class – FH Revival Worship Services – SA FriDaY – 7/21 400 W. 95th street Free-N-One – 207 Women’s Drill Team Executive Meeting – 207 Music Theory Class – 202 Revival Worship Service – SA saturDaY – 7/15 400 W. 95th street Yoga – Narthex II Board of Directors – BR Math Tutorial Summer Camp – 202 Youth Band Rehearsal – SA

5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

12:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

7:30 a.m. 8:00 s.m. 9:00 a.m.

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(6:30 – 9:30 p.m.) tues., July 25th & thur., august 3rd Adults (1:00 – 4:00 p.m.) * Children 6 –12 Years (2:00 – 3:00 p.m.) sat., July 29th & august 5th Revival Sunday, July 16, 2006 15 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

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saturDaY – 7/15 400 W. 95th street 11:00 a.m. Administrative Committee Meeting – BR Little Warriors For Christ – WC 12:30 p.m. Intonjane – 203/207 Walaika – WC 1:00 p.m. Africa Ministry Trip Orientation – 116 Youth Drill Team – 202 2:00 p.m. Women’s Drill Team Meeting – 118 3:00 p.m. Women’s Drill Team – Narthex II Women’s Drill Team Meeting – 203 3:30 p.m. Youth Revival Committee – 207 4:00 p.m. CFABS Facilitators Workshop – 202 5:00 p.m. Women’s Drill Team – SA 6:00 p.m. Music Theory Class Recital – WC For Men Only – 118 tuCC Village Center (1947 W. 95th street) Tangeni Adult Ministry Retreat – W301 THEC ACT Prep – W307 CFABS Facilitators Workshop – W302 Singles Same Gender Loving – W305

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aFro-ameriCan GeneaLoGiCaL anD historiCaL soCietY oF ChiCaGo welcomes you to tune in to Cable Channel 21 for the next twelve weeks, Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m., Call 312-738-1060 during the program for answers to your questions about history and tracing your family tree ChesterFieLD CommunitY CounCiL (CCC) meeting with State Representative Constance Howard, Tuesday, July 18, 6:30 p.m., Tuley Park Fieldhouse, 90th and King Drive, Call Eli Washington, 773-651-3958 eDuCation station Seeking selfmotivated individuals with a college degree, supervisory experience and excellent communication skills to manage after-school tutoring at sites in Chicago, Joliet, Aurora and Milwaukee, Send cover letter and resumé via e-mail or fax to chicagorecruiter@educate.com or 312-276-8072 CitYWiDe reunion Gary, Indiana, Class of 1986 20-year reunion, August 18–20, Call Cherese Gregory, 219-887-3575 or visit http://86citywidereunion.tripod.com

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2815 Jorie Road • Oak Brook, Illinois Includes 3 meals and transportation

$50.00 Quadruple Occupancy

300 Volunteers Needed
for the Trinity United Church of Christ Community Festival

Teens must be…

• Member of TUCC • 10th – 12th Grade 2006 High School Grad Registration Deadline
Today, Sunday, July 16

Stone Soul Old Skool Picnic
Volunteer Table in the Atrium after each service Community Festival Saturday, August 5, 2006 Robichaux Park (located behind Trinity UCC) Let your “Engagement in Ministry” help spread the message of our laughter, love and joy!

Volunteer for the

For more info, contact: Rev. Ramah E. Wright 773-962-5650, Ext. 384

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heaLth anD Fitness Fair presented by the third legislative district, Saturday, August 5, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Illinois Institute of Technology, 33rd and State Streets, Call Sandra, 312-949-1908 JoraY house, inC. In need of interns, College students over the age of 18 with at least 45 credit hours, For consideration, fax resumés to Kendall D. Moore, 773-568-1280 nationaL aBLe netWork Accepting applications for case managers for its Service Connector Program, Must have a BA degree, Contact Camille Quinn, 312-580-0364 or 312-519-6654, or send resumés to cquinn@nationalable.org pastor tYrone CriDer anD FamiLY celebrate their 3rd Year Anniversary as the First Family of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 1257 W. 111th St., Sunday, July 23, Guest ministers, Pastor Richard Wilson of Detroit, Michigan, and Pastor Marvin Wiley of Maywood, IL, Call 773-239-4000 pathWaY to harmonY, inC. accepting applications for Pathway to Harmony Aikido Summer enrichment (PHASE) Session II, for ages 8-16 years, July 31 – August 25, Call Sensei Rick Butler, 773-720-4100 or LaShandra Harris, 773-343-9925 presCription assistanCe inFormation Free Rx Medicine Foundation, 888-812-5152, Together Rx Access Program, 800-444-4106, Pharmaceutical Researchers and Manufacturers Patient Assistance, 800-762-4636 union paCiFiC raiLroaD Now hiring in various locations across the United States, To apply, log on to http://www.uprr.com, Click on Jobs at UP or Career Opportunities Wooten ChoraL ensemBLe in concert, Monday, July 17, 7:30 p.m., St. John M.B. Church, 115th and Indiana, Admission free

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apartment ListinGs Are now being handled by the Housing Ministry, Contact Ron Miller, 773-643-4100 or rmille9012@sbcglobal.net athLetes For Christ 11th Annual Fellowship Golf Outing, Monday, August 7, 8:00 a.m., Tuckaway Golf Course, Call Theresa Williams-Smith, 773-375-6898 Career DeVeLopment ministrY invites you to come visit its new jobs listings site, www.tucc.org, Employers can also submit job postings to the ministry, careerdevelop@ tucc.org CommunitY FestiVaL Your assistance is needed for donations of amusement rides, inflatables, prizes and games, Call 773-7348037 emmaus roaD “GrieF Work” support Group If you’ve lost a loved one, learn how the Holy Spirit will guide you through the grieving process, “Don’t Panic!” Thursday, July 27, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Wright Chapel Greeters ministrY is looking for a few beautiful smiles to greet for the 6:00 p.m. worship services, Call Diana Beasley, 773-907-0733 hiV/aiDs support ministrY anD sinGLes CommunitY 1st Fridays Worship Service offers free HIV testing, Friday, August 4, 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., Call the HIV/AIDS Support Ministry hotline, 312-409-2437 imani Ya Watume aLumni Join your choir for the 10th Annual Youth Revival, Rehearsals Thursday, July 27, 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, July 29, 11:00 a.m. for the July 31, August 1 and August 2 worship services immaBasi heaLth anD WeLLness ministrY in conjunction with the Chicago Defender’s Million Pound Challenge, now enrolling for its walking clubs program, in the Atrium, after the 7:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship services AnD…Seeking committed and energetic people to serve as walking club leaders, training provided by the ministry, Contact Angela Odoms-Young, odoms_young@msn.com Also…Requesting volunteers for the Children’s Health Fair, Saturday, August 19, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Pediatricians, dentists, nurses and registration/ intake personnel required, Contact Juanita Lane, 773-651-6106

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immaBasi/CommunitY heaLth CounCiL The Family Support Group will not meet during the months of July and August, Next meeting Tuesday, September 19, 6:30 p.m., for family members and friends who have loved ones with chemical imbalances, Call Denise White, 773-978-0725 khaYraLLa (pre-teen) DanCe ministrY will resume rehearsals, Thursday, August 3, Black Passion Dance Studio, 11018 S. Halsted, 5:45 p.m., Contact Yugunda Jeffries, 773-552-0178, yugundaj@yahoo.com, or LaShana Bates, 773-317-5910 memBership CLerk ministrY Seeking new members, Requirements: Member for 3 years, tithers, completed the following Bible classes: Unashamedly Black, Unapologetically Christian; Space for God; Bible Basics; God’s Word and My Salvation; Biblical Authority, If interested, leave your name, address, and telephone number in Mailbox 89 in the Mailroom memBership/ministrY serViCes Have you moved? Any children left the nest? New employment or newly married? Forgot your giving number? Call the office of Membership/Ministry Services, 773-962-5650 x395, x233 or x232 neWness oF LiFe ministrY invites you to partner with us in welcoming, encouraging and supporting new members on their Christian journey, Meeting each first Tuesday, 7:00 p.m., 400 Building, Call Sharon Carter, 773-643-0569 or Rose Scott, 773-445-9492 sinGLes CommunitY/sinGLe parent FamiLY Moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandparents: Meet your needs as a single parent through shared experiences, support and resources, Monthly meeting, Thursday, July 27, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m., Room to be announced AnD…Join us for family fellowship, Saturday, July 22, 3:00 p.m., Mexican Fine Arts exhibit: African Presence in Mexico, 1852 W. 19th Street, RSVP to Tressa Epps, 708-283-5074 or Earl Streeter, 773-656-4183 trinitY hiGher eDuCation Corporation ACT Preparation Workshops, Saturday, July 22 – Saturday, September 2, Accepting only 30 students, Registration fee, Deadline Thursday, July 20, Call Ms. Payton, 773-298-1590

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trinitY uCC anD saFer FounDation Sponsoring Ready 4 Work, aftercare program for ex-offenders: 18–34 years old, out of prison 90 days or less, no sex crimes or crimes against women or children AnD…Ready 4 Work mentors needed, Must be available to meet with mentees 2–6 hours per month, If ex-offender: conviction must not have been of sex crimes or crimes against women, children, out of prison for at least 2 years, Call Vanessa Cosby-Shannon, 773-233-1492 trinitY uCC Computer Center Registration today, Sunday, July 16 and Monday, July 17, 4:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for the following classes: Typing, Access 2003 (Beg.), Word 2003 (Beg.), Excel 2003 (Beg.), Power Point 2003 (Beg.), Windows XP, Internet, A+ (Preparing for computer repair technician certification), and Computer Upgrade, Check the Habari Gani Rack for class schedules, Classes begin Monday, August 14 AnD… Volunteer instructors needed to teach Access 2003, Microsoft Certification System Engineering class, Call Myron Nash, 773-298-2190 trinitY uCC CreDit union Member statements for the Quarter ending June 30, available for pickup in the Credit Union office during regular business hours, Members are urged to use your Credit Union for your automobile, vacation, credit card and other loan needs, Call 773-962-5686 trinitY uCC LeGaL CLiniC Providing direct legal advice, services and representation to the congregation and community, Open every 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. – Noon and 2nd Thursdays, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., Village Center, Call Rev. Reginald Williams, Jr., 773-962-5650 trinitY uCC Youth summer art Workshop for ages 9–13 and 14–18 only, Monday, July 24 - Tuesday, August 15, Fee, To register, Send child’s name and age to Trinityartists@comcast.net Womens DriLL team ministrY Calling all former male and female Drill Team members to participate in a special “unity” ministry event scheduled for August 13, Call Lula Martin, 708-798-0013 or Leonetta Crayton, 773-577-3751

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prayer list
Adams, Deacon Lorraine Adams Family Adams-Carter, Cynthia Anderson, Sr., Luther Banks, Brian Barrigher, Elwood Barrigher, Jeffrey Bennett, Janvier Bertha, Deacon Helen Bibb, Jr., Rosewell Blount, Viola Boose, Christopher Bowen, Gwen Bowers, Jeffrey Bradfield, Bertha Bratton, Marjorie Breaux, Freddie Brewer, Deacon Evelyn Bridges, Nicole & Family Brimm-Oxendine, Beverly Brown, Chares Brown, Dr. Harriett Brown, Lillian Brown, Sandra Burton, Edy Campbell, Deborah Chapman, Malachi Christmas, Deacon Christephon Coe, Deacon Edna Collins, Walter & Deacon Marlene Combs, Paul Cotton-Williams, Gail David, Baby Jacob “Ray Ray” Delk, Edward Divers, Gregory Ellis, Lucius Ellis, Renee Ellis, Robert Eubanks, Roy Everett, Antoine Everett, Barbara Fain, Andrea Findley, Maxine Fluker, Erma Ford, John Gamble, Linda, Lindasha & Kenyon
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Garner, Wilhelmina Gibbs, Charon K. Graham, Elder Lucille Gray, DiMarcko Hammond, Sr., Donald L. Hardaway-Wheeler, Pamela Harper-Jones, Rev. Alice Harrell, Deacon Linda Haynes, Shelley Haynes, Vera Holt, Rosalia Houston, Cozetta Hudson, Irean James , Safya Johnson, Adonis Jordon, Loren Kimball, Deacon Elizabeth Kitching, Ayrica Koslow, Mia Lanum, Havie & Andrew & Family Laythan, Nunulu Lewis, Deacon Pattrice “Kim” Lockett, Thetis & Family Long, Sandra Lubin, Ben Ludlow, Wayne Lyles, Johnise Mason, Claristine McCall, Willa McDade, Darlene McKinney, Takiesha McNorton, Deacon Virginia Melton, Alzenia Melton, Dawshierra Miles, Beatrice Mitchell-Shields, Deacon Sharon Muse, Virginia Overton, Jean Owens, Baby Blake Ethan Parker, L. Julie Parrott, Ariel Parrott, Brandon Payton-Love, Mary Peery, Edward Perry, Calvin Peters, Nicole
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Phillips, Darlene Phillips, Richard Pugh-Lightfoot, Eric Robertson, Edna Sanders, Norma Jean Scates, Hermine Schockley, Baby Ricaylah Scott, Rose Singleton, Deacon Bill & Family Smith, Betty Smith, Carmencita Smith, Fronse Snell, Jean Stephens, Ella Stephens, Leroy Taylor, Norlean Terrell-Haynes, Rosalyn Teverbaugh, George Thomas, Mary Lou Thomas, Willie Thornton, Family Tibbs, Brenda Timberlake, Deacon Joyce Toliver, Mya Torrey-Parker, L. Julie Travis, Ronald Triplett, Dr. Shirlen Tutt, Beatrice Vernardo, Helen Verner, Diana Walker, Baby Nicholas Walker, Felicia Walker, Jr., Floyd Ward, Benjamin Washington, Audrey Washington-Dyk, Gwendolyn White, Joseph & Shirley Wiley, Baby Lavell Williams, Chazz Withers, Mother Ernestine Wright-Miller, Mildred Young, Samella Zaya, Dankha

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the FamiLY oF: Mr. Sherman Brown, Sr. Mr. Arturus Eddings Mr. Harold Graham Mrs. Inez Hill Mr. Quinton Lockett Mr. Rodney Merrill Mr. Jeffrey Newell Mrs. Annie Wright pLease senD CarDs to: aDDress: Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Brown, Jr. & Family 12527 S. Michigan Ave. (28) Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Eddings & Family 7326 S. Sangamon Ave. (21) Mr. Edmond Graham & Family 22716 Ridgeway, Richton Park, IL 60471 Mrs. Jennifer Alexander & Family 6600 S. Wolcott Ave. (36) Mrs. Thetis Lockett & Family 15727 S. University Ave., Dolton, IL 60419 Ms. Shelley Haynes & Family 1137 Andover Ct., Glendale Heights, IL 60139 Mr. Kevin Newell & Family 125 N. Euclid Ave., Apt. #409, Oak Lawn, IL 60301 Mrs. Celeste Jones & Family 10901 S. Longwood Dr., Unit #2 (43)

hospitaliZed
Deacon Christephon Christmas Christ Hospital 4440 West 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 708-684-8000 alfreda Fleming Mercy Hospital 2525 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60616 312-567-2000 Joseph Gilliam Little Co. of Mary Hospital 2800 W. 95th St. Evergreen Pk, IL 60805 708-422-6200 Cary Gray VA Medical Center of North Chicago 3001 Greenbay Rd. North Chicago, IL 60064 847-688-1900
(Pastoral & Deacon Visits Only)

Willamae nathaniel St. Frances Memorial Hospital 12935 S. Gregory St. Blue Island, IL 60406 708-597-2000 ariel parrott Children’s Memorial Hospital 2356 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, IL 60614 (Pastoral & Deacon Visits Only) mary pegues Christ Hospital 4440 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 708-684-8000
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Jacqueline porter Christ Hospital 4440 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 708-684-8000 Johnnie tate St. Frances Hospital 12935 S. Gregory St. Blue Island, IL 60406
(Pastoral & Deacon Visits Only)

Lorine Jefferson Little Co. of Mary Hospital 2800 W. 95th St. Evergreen Pk, IL 60805 (Pastoral Visits Only)

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e Xtended c are facilities
arDer, Claude
Chevy Chase Nursing Home 3400 S. Indiana Ave. Chicago, IL 60616 Room 403, Bed 1 312-842-5000

sicK & s hUt-in
CoLLins, Laverne
Bronzeville Park Skilled Nursing Center 3400 S. Indiana Avenue Chicago, IL 60616 Room 316, Bed 2 312-842-5000

kimBaLL, Deacon elizabeth
Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 2425 E. 71st St. Chicago, IL 60649 Room 104, Bed A 773-721-5000

BroWn, edward

Mercy Health Care & Rehabilitation Center 19000 S. Halsted St. Homewood, IL 60430 Room 503, Bed 1 708-957-9200

eLZie, Deacon evelyn

Renaissance Nursing Center 2940 W. 87th Street Chicago, IL 60652 Room 207, Bed 1 773-434-8787

martin, kim

Dawson Nursing Home 3500 S. Giles Ave. Chicago, IL 60653 Room 200, Bed 2 312-326-2000

CaDenheaD, LaFronne

Jackson Square Nursing Home 6130 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60644 Room 427, Bed B 773-921-8000 (Communion Visits Only)

eVans, edward

Pavilion of Forest Park 8200 W. Roosevelt Road Forest Park, IL 60130 Room 432, Bed 1 708-488-9850

mason, Claristine

Carter, anthony

Garner, Wilhelmina

Bronzeville Park Skilled Nursing Center 3400 S. Indiana Ave. Chicago, IL 60616 Room 217, Bed 2 312-326-2000

Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago 354 E. Superior St. Chicago, IL 60611 312-238-1000

Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 2425 E. 71st St. Chicago, IL 60649 Room 312, Bed B 773-721-5000

mcintosh, Deacon maurice
Lexington House Nursing Home 10300 Southwest Highway Chicago Ridge, IL 60415 Room 234, Bed C 708-425-1100

Carter, michael
Washington Heights Nursing Home 1010 W. 95th St. Chicago, IL 60643 Room 334, Bed 1 773-298-1177

hampton, ineze

Manor Care Health Care Services 2145 E. 175th St. South Holland, IL 60473 Room 338, Bed C 708-474-4167

moore, hilton

Manor Care Health Care Services 940 Maple Ave. Homewood, IL 60430 Room 415, Bed A 708-799-0244

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moten, marguerite
Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 2425 E. 71st St. Chicago, IL 60649 Room 133, Bed B 773-721-5000 (Communion Visits Only)

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thompson, opreabea
Alden-Prairie Village Rehabilitation Center 16450 S. 97th Ave. Orland Park, IL 60467 Room 202, Bed 1 708-403-6500 Clark Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 1964 Clark Rd. Gary, IN 46404 Room 123, Bed 3 219-949-9640

WiLLiams, maudine

Halsted Terrace Nursing Home 10935 S. Halsted St. Chicago, IL 60628 Room 231, Bed 2 773-928-2000

peaVY, irene

thurston, Charles

WiLson, Louis

Victory Center of River Oaks 1370 Ring Rd., Apt. #407 Calumet City, IL 60409 708-832-1130

Renaissance at 87th St. Nursing Home 2940 W. 87th St. Chicago, IL 60652 Room 302, Bed 1 773-434-8787

sheats, Benjamin

Rest Haven Central 13259 S. Central Ave. Palos Heights, IL 60463 Room 23 708-597-1000

tinsLeY, eddis

Withers, mother ernestine
Montgomery Place 5550 S. South Shore Dr. Chicago, IL 60615 Room 216 773-753-4100

smith, Claude

Dawson Nursing Home 3500 S. Giles Ave. Chicago, IL 60653 Room 319, Bed 1 312-326-2000

Renaissance Nursing Center 2940 W. 87th St. Chicago, IL 60652 Room 223, Bed 1 773-434-8787

Watson, Janet

WriGht, ernestine

smith, mary Baker

Timberview Nursing Home 2450 Taft St. Gary, IN 46404 Room 319, Bed 2 219-977-2610, Ext. 342

Manor Care Health Care Center 9401 S. Koster Ave. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 Room 238 708-952-3750

Montgomery Place 5550 S. South Shore Dr. Chicago, IL 60615 Room 208 773-753-4100

Watt, mildred

teVerBauGh, George
Rush-Barton Supported Living Facility 1245 S. Wood St. Chicago, IL 60608 Room 320 312-421-5220

Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 2425 E. 71st Street Chicago, IL 60649 Room 430, Bed A 773-721-5000

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ALEXANDER, Paul ALLEN, Deacon Quinville BASKIN, Marie BASKIN, William BETTS, Karyn BLACKWELL, Mable BOND, Collin BOSELL, Wilford BREWER, Deacon Evelyn BROOKS, Arzulia BURKS, Willa A. BUTTS, Larvette CAMPBELL, Delois CARTER, Harriett CLAY, Louise CLAY, Nancy COE, Deacon Edna COMPTON, Yvonne DUKE, Annette DULANEY, Doris EVERETT, Barbara FORD, John FUNCHES, Josephine GRAHAM, Elder Lucille HARDY, Glodine c/o Lois Walker HAYNES, Frances HEREFORD, Bessie HOLT, Rosalia HORNSBURGER, Ruby JACKSON, Betty JACKSON, Deacon Rudolph JEFFERSON, Deacon Morris JOHNSON, Laura JONES, George & Lula KIMBLE, Rosa LAWRENCE-DUCKETT, Anita MARRABLE, James Revival Sunday, July 16, 2006 9134 S. Burnside Ave. 11919 S. Harvard Ave. 14339 Park Ave., Markham, IL 1510 Brookfield Dr., Plainfield, IL 11722 S. Campbell Ave. 9739 S. Bell Ave. 17201 Ellis Ct., South Holland, IL 4443 S. University Ave., Garden Apt. 9239 S. Green St. 9412 S. Eggleston Ave. 18525 S. Center Ave., Homewood, IL 10350 S. Komensky Ave., Apt. #D2 Oak Lawn, IL 9146 S. Indiana Ave. 2325 W. 80th Pl. 11626 S. Stewart St. 5948 W. Midway Park 14500 Ellis Ave., Dolton, IL 400 E. 41st St., Apt. #601N 818 Gray Ave., Evanston, IL 13058 S. Wood St., Apt. #1E Blue Island, IL 231 S. Orchard Dr., Park Forest, IL 8939 S. Dante Ave. 9312 S. Union Ave. (19) (28) 60426 60544 (55) (43) 60473 (53) (20) (28) 60430 773-264-7495 773-468-8228 708-331-1431 815-254-1106 773-445-4288 773-779-0552 708-339-3174 773-268-2689 773-239-9416 773-224-7581 708-799-3581

60453 773-457-1815 (19) 773-928-0997 (20) 773-737-3584 (28) 773-468-9642 (44) 773-287-9194 60419 708-849-2931 (53) 773-285-0555 Visits on Wednesdays after 6:00 p.m. 60202 847-869-0408

60406 708-597-8309 60466 708-228-5298 (19) 773-734-7363 (28) 312-805-1401 Visits before 12:00 Noon on Sundays 9622 S. Winston Ave. (43) 773-233-4016 598 Andover, Chicago Heights, IL 60411 708-481-5814 8835 S. Harper Ave. (19) 773-734-4412 9251 S. Parnell Ave. (20) 773-846-0448 9425 S. Union Ave. (20) 773-488-3820 369 E. 88th St. (19) 773-846-9234 1815 W. Monroe Ave., Apt. 3G (12) 312-491-1860 7417 S. Bennett Ave. (49) 773-667-6111 2659 S. Crystal Ave., 2nd Floor (22) 773-276-5834 22161 S. Jeffrey Ave., Sauk Village, IL 60411 708-757-3494 11325 S. Union Avenue (28) 773-468-4743 1500 Middle Tree Rd., Joliet, IL 60433 815-726-7814 14411 S. Edbrooke Ave., Riverdale, IL 60827 708-841-0457 10136 S. Peoria St. (43) 773-445-6876 29 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

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McDADE, Darlene McFADDEN, Deborah McKINNEY, Takeisha McKINNON, Cora MENZIES, Pamela MILES, Mary J. MILLINER, Tommie MOORE, Merilyn MUSE, Virginia NATHANIEL, Willa Mae OWENS, Wendy PAYTON-LOVE, Mary QUINN, Anna RAYMOND, Sheldon REED, Alvin RHONE, Constance RICE, Sylvester ROGERS, Marlene SCATES, Hermine SMITH, Betty SMITH, Carmencita SMITH, Carlton SMITH, Doris J. SOUTH, Lucretia SPENCER, Nathaniel THREATT, Ethel TIBBS, Brenda VERNER, Diana WESTERFIELD, Della WILLIAMS, Janna WRIGHT, Wiley 18555 Hickory Ct., Apt.17, Lansing, IL 60438 14031 Gail Lane, Unit, #310 Crestwood, IL 60445 1049 W. 93rd St. (20) 9717 S. Green St. (43) 17440 Sterling Ave., Country Club Hills, IL 60478 6142 S. St. Lawrence Ave. (37) 9155 S. Green St. (20) 9106 S. Parnell Ave. (20) 9530 S. Lowe Ave. (20) 14232 S. Stewart Ave., Riverdale, IL 60827 1545 S. State St., Apt. #714 (05) 7938 S. Jeffrey Blvd. (49) 7022 S. South Shore Drive., Apt. #715 (49) 924 E. 170th St., South Holland, IL 60473 9752 S. Calumet Ave. (28) 2355 E. 67th St., Apt. #202 (49) c/o Gladys Rice, 8011 S. Justine St. (20) 1616 E. 55th St. (15) 6831 S. Cornell Ave., 1st Flr. (49) 17791 Arlington Dr. Country Club Hills, IL 60478 2142 Tanglewood Pl., Apt. #2B Hammond, IN 46323 1020 W. Lawrence Ave. (40) 16719 S. Clyde Ave., So. Holland, IL 60473 439 N. Central Ave., Apt. #1E (44) 7948 S. Dobson Ave., Apt. #1A (19) 10008 S. Morgan Ave. (43) 922 Berry Path Trail, Matteson, IL 60443 1543 W. 71st St. (36) 2317 E. 68th St., Apt. #1 (49) c/o Carmen Williams, 7915 S. Albany St. (52) 9146 S. LaFayette Ave. (20) 708-418-0145 708-385-9075 773-731-4990 773-881-8228 708-647-0422 773-667-0167 773-233-8240 773-994-1953 773-779-7460 708-841-4763 312-949-9510 773-734-7828 773-684-8831 708-339-5208 773-928-1091 773-667-6359 773-651-8534 773-643-4381 773-955-2445 708-206-1457 219-844-0328 773-561-2100 708-889-1605 773-378-5980 773-651-1531 773-779-9213 708-720-1549 773-783-4819 773-493-8850 773-436-2273 773-660-0323

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10427 S. Hoxie Ave. 10838 S. Wallace Ave. 12453 S. Emerald Ave. 7114 S. Harding Ave. 17607 S. Mulberry, Country Club Hills, IL GILMORE, Laura 1155 Westgrove Pkwy., Apt. #186, Tempe, AZ HARRIS, Michelle 811 W. Madison St., Apt. #115 PALMER, Spencer 1956 Lisson Rd., Naperville, IL ROBERTS, Fontain 1829 N. Austin Ave. SAYLES, Bernice 6831 S. Cornell Ave., 1st Flr. SMITH, Renetta 9112 Falcon Cove Ct., Orlando, FL TAYLOR, Dr. Brenda 52380 Windemere Dr., Granger, IN TORREY, Hoyt 4241 El Moor Way, Las Vegas, NV 702-435-0257 WALKER, Jr., Floyd 8428 S. Green St. WALKER, Lillian 6138 S. Carpenter St. WASHINGTON-DYK, Gwendolyn 2045 W. Jackson Blvd., Apt. #2012 312-421-7867 WILLIAMS, Brandi 7202 Silverton Trail, Austell, GA WHYTE, Rev. James 3429 Peachwood Rd., Knoxville, TN BROWN, Hysson CHAPMAN, Malachi CONDA, William DELOACH, Berenice GARDNER-PEARSON, Renee (17) (28) (28) (29) 60478 85283 (07) 60565 (39) (49) 32825 46530 89044 CARDS & CALLS ONLY (20) (21) (12) CARDS & CALLS ONLY 30168 37921

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members at home Communion Visits onLY
BENN, Vester BROWN, Ann H. BUTLER, Alice Faye DUNAGAN, Patricia HENDERSON, Evelyn HILL, Katherine JEFFERSON, Lorine M. LEGGETT, Aurelia McINTOSH, Emily NELSON, Mary & Thomas ROGERS, George & Betty ROUNSAVILLE, Linda SMITH, Jr., Walter SMITH, Olah STEWART, Beverly TRIPLETT, Sadie TUCKER, Geraldine WILKS, Elizabeth YOUNKINS, Rose 9035 S. Luella Ave. 1342 W. 111th Place 10104 S. Emerald Ave. 7318 S. King Dr. 7406 S. Paxton Ave. 9950 S. Carpenter St. 9600 S. Prospect Ave. 1639 W. 107th Street 7811 S. Michigan Ave. 5401 S. Hyde Park Blvd., Apt. #1101 400 E. 41st St., Apt. #2010S 9344 S. Bishop St. 10338 S. Church St. 10510 S. Rhodes Ave. 2008 E. 77th St., Apt. #1 9612 S. Wallace Ave. 400 E. 41st St., Apt. #602N 2960 N. Lake Shore Dr., Apt. #2507 9332 S. Eggleston Ave. (17) (43) (28) (19) (49) (43) (43) (43) (19) (15) (53) (20) (43) (28) (49) (28) (53) (57) (20) 773-374-8914 773-445-5315 773-445-5110 773-846-1653 773-643-0956 773-779-3872 773-429-0754 773-233-0286 773-651-9560 773-667-3404 773-285-3941 773-983-8322 773-881-8733 773-995-6893 773-734-0846 773-779-1689 773-924-2207 773-296-0580 773-483-2784

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GRAY, Viola WEAVER, Odessa 9518 S. LaSalle Ave. 6751 S. Constance Ave. (28) (49) 773-264-2592 773-288-3795

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prayer concerns
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serV ice and sUpport GroU p s
akiBa saLes 773-962-5660 M – TH 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. FR - 11:00 a.m.– 7:00 p.m. SAT - 9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. SUN - After Each Service amani Care proGram 773-298-0473 MON – FRI 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. BLaine DenYe LiBrarY 773-962-5650, ext. 740 MON - TU - THUR 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. WED: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. SAT: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Can-Cer-ViVe heLpLine 773-962-5650 Mailbox 830 Career DeVeLopment ministrY 24-Hour Answering Service 773-962-0139 Careerdevelop@tucc.org CoLLeGe pLaCement oFFiCe TU & TH - 1:00 – 9:00 p.m. WED - 10:00 – 6:00 p.m. FR - 10:00 – 6:00 p.m. SAT - 9:00 – 5:00 p.m. Sundays & Mondays CLOSED 773-298-1590 CommunitY & eConomiC empoWerment 773-962-5650, Ext. 819 CounseLinG ministrY Answering Service 773-962-0043 CreDit union TU & TH - 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. SAT - 9:00 a.m .– 1:00 p.m. SUN - After 7:30 & 11:00 a.m. Services 773-962-5686 773-723-8382 (fax) DiaBetes support Group 773-928-3233 DomestiC VioLenCe ministrY ConFiDentiaL heLpLine 773-962-5650 Mailbox 811 DruG & aLCohoL reCoVerY ministrY Tough Love 773-962-5650, Ext. 808 Free “N” One 773-962-5650, Ext. 808 FamiLY CareGiVer support Group Tommie Jean Ryhal 773-375-6981 Eleanor Anderson 773-881-1419 34 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. heaLth & WeLLness ministrY CommunitY mentaL heaLth support Group 773-978-0725 or 773-734-4033, ext. 111 hiV/aiDs support ministrY 312-409-AIDS or 312-409-2437 housinG ministrY Ron Miller 773-643-4100 Ext. 15 kuJiChaGuLia speCiaL CitiZens support ministrY 24 Hours J. Payton 773-373-7042 math tutoriaL 773-962-5650 prison ministrY Answering Service 773-962-5650 Mailbox 886 trinitY Computer LearninG Center 773-298-2190

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chU rch inform ation
pastoraL/proGram staFF Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr., Senior Pastor Rev. Otis Moss III, Pastor Toya Perry, Chief Financial Officer Rev. Stacey Edwards, Director of Pastoral Services Rev. Barbara A. Heard, Associate Pastor Rev. John E. Jackson, Sr., Associate Pastor Rev. Regina Reed, Associate Pastor Rev. Michael G. Sykes, Associate Pastor Rev. Reginald Williams, Associate Pastor Rev. Ramah E. Wright, Associate Pastor Dr. Julia Speller, Director Christian Education Rev. Michael D. Jacobs, Minister to Youth and Children Rev. Ann Patton, Minister of Christian Education Deacon Shirley Bims-Ellis, Director Center for African Biblical Studies Robert E. Wooten, Jr., Director of Music Deacon Jeri L. Wright, Director of Media Ivey Matute, Executive Secretary

Friday Worship service
• F.A.T. Fridays • Every Friday • 12:00 Noon Chicago Federation of Musicians Building 175 W. Washington Street Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. 7:30 & 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m. (Praise Service begins 15 minutes prior)

Bible Discovery hour
Sundays, 9:45 a.m. Sunday Youth Church 7:15 a.m., 10:45 a.m.

radio Broadcast
Sundays • 12 Noon (WCFJ 1470AM) Philadelphia, PA Sundays - Fridays 6:30 a.m. EST (WURD 900AM)

Church school

sunday Worship service

LIVE Sundays 7:30 & 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m. Mondays & Thursdays 7:00 p.m. Website • www.tucc.org Sundays • 6:30 a.m., (TV One, Check Local Listings) Prayer Line 773-298-2160

Webcasts

Weekly praise/prayer service
Sundays 7:15 a.m., 10:45 a.m., 5:45 p.m. Wednesdays • 11:30 a.m., 7:14 p.m.

television Broadcast

Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Saturdays • 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Church office hours

Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Saturdays • 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Sundays • 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

reception Desk hours

synergy Counseling Center
532 W. 95th Street 773-994-9937

.“There are different ways of serving, but the same Lord is served.”
1 Corinthians 12:5 (TEV)
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