table Of cWOrship Order Of Ontents

Order of Worship (7:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.) ...................................................................... 3 Hymn of Praise (7:30 a.m. – “If It Had Not Been For The Lord On My Side”) ............................. 4 Hymn of Praise (11:00 a.m. – “I Will Trust In The Lord”) ............................................................. 4 Unison Scripture (7:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.) ....................................................................... 5 Sermon Notes................................................................................................................................. 6 Pastor’s Page .................................................................................................................................. 7 To Do Justice ............................................................................................................................... 1 Stewardship .................................................................................................................................. 14 Calendar ....................................................................................................................................... 15 Trumpet Gala 006: Save the Date The Akiba Health Care Justice Trumpet Subscriptions Heart of the Community .............................................................................................................. 1 Information & Announcements .................................................................................................... 3 Prayer List .................................................................................................................................... 5 Bereaved ....................................................................................................................................... 7 Hospitalized ................................................................................................................................. 7 Extended Care .............................................................................................................................. 8 Members at Home ........................................................................................................................ 30 Prayer Concerns ........................................................................................................................... 33 Service and Support Groups.......................................................................................................... 34

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Order Of WOrship Order WOrship
Choral Introit ...................................................................................................................... “Holy, Holy, Holy” Opening Hymn (7:30 a.m.) ....................................................................................... “On My Way To Heaven” Opening Hymn (11:00 a.m.) ................................................................................... “Come On In This House” Opening Hymn (6:00 p.m.) ...................................................................................................“What A Blessing” The Lord’s Prayer Hymn of Praise (7:30 a.m.)..................................................... “If It Had Not Been For The Lord On My Side” Hymn of Praise (11:00 a.m.).....................................................................................“I Will Trust In The Lord” Unison Scripture (7:30 a.m.) ...........................................................................................Isaiah 40:8-31 (NIV) Unison Scripture (11:00 a.m.) ........................................................................................Acts 7:13-6 (NRSV) Unison Scripture (6:00 p.m.) ....................................................................................................... Psalm 1 (KJV) [PLEASE REMAIN STANDING FOR THE READING OF THE WORD] Invocation Ministry of Music (6:00 p.m.) ........................................................................................... “Nobody Like Jesus” Parish Concerns Baby Dedication Visitor Recognition Passing of the Peace The Pastor’s Word The Service of Giving Offertory Sentences Tithes and Offerings Benevolence Offering School Altar Call (7:30 a.m.) ....................................................................................................“The Lord Is My Light” Altar Call (11:00 a.m.) ........................................................................................................ “I Told The Storm” Sermon (7:30 a.m.) ..............................................................................................“The People Who Could Fly” Sermon (11:00 a.m.) ......................................................................................................... “The Perfect Storm” Sermon (6:00 p.m.) ..................................................................................................................Rev. Al Sharpton Hymn of Invitation (7:30 a.m.) .................................................................................................. “I’ll Fly Away” Hymn of Invitation (11:00 a.m.) ............................................................................................... “Peace Be Still” Hymn of Invitation (6:00 p.m.) Benediction ....................................................................................................................“Go Ye Now In Peace” [Once the sermon has begun, parishioners may not enter or re-enter the first floor sanctuary.]

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hymn Of praise
7:30 a.m.

hymn Of praise
11:00 a.m.

If It had Not BeeN for the Lord oN My SIde
Chorus If it had not been for the Lord on my side, Where would I be, where would I be (Repeat as directed) Verse He kept my enemies away, He let the sun shine through a cloudy day, He rocked me in the cradle of His arms, When He knew I had been battled by the storm. (Repeat chorus)

I WILL truSt IN the Lord
Verse I I will trust in the Lord, I will trust in the Lord, I will trust in the Lord till I die. I will trust in the Lord, I will trust in the Lord, I will trust in the Lord till I die. Verse II I’m gonna treat ev’rybody right, I’m gonna treat ev’rybody right, I’m gonna treat ev’rybody right till I die. I’m gonna treat ev’rybody right, I’m gonna treat ev’rybody right, I’m gonna treat ev’rybody right till I die Verse III I’m gonna stay on the battlefield, I’m gonna stay on the battlefield, I’m gonna stay on the battlefield till I die. I’m gonna stay on the battlefield, I’m gonna stay on the battlefield, I’m gonna stay on the battlefield till I die. Verse IV I’m gonna stay on bended knee, I’m gonna stay on bended knee, I’m gonna stay on bended knee till I die. I’m gonna stay on bended knee, I’m gonna stay on bended knee, I’m gonna stay on bended knee till I die.

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UnisOn scriptUre
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UnisOn scriptUre
Since they had been without food for a long time, Paul then stood up among them and said, “Men, you should have listened to me and not have set sail from Crete and thereby avoided this damage and loss. I urge you now to keep up your courage, for there will be no loss of life among you, but only of the ship. 3For last night there stood by me an angel of the God to whom I belong and whom I worship, 4and he said, ‘Do not be afraid, Paul; you must stand before the emperor; and indeed, God has granted safety to all those who are sailing with you.’ 5So keep up your courage, men, for I have faith in God that it will be exactly as I have been told. 6But we will have to run aground on some island.” 6:00 p.m. PSaLM 1 (KJV) Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. 3And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. 4The ungodly are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away. 5Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. 6For the LORD knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.
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ISaIah 40:28 – 31 (NIV)

Do you not know? Have you not heard? The LORD is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. 9 He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. 30Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; 31but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. 11:00 a.m.
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aCtS 27:13 – 26 (NrSV)
When a moderate south wind began to blow, they thought they could achieve their purpose; so they weighed anchor and began to sail past Crete, close to the shore. 14But soon a violent wind, called the northeaster, rushed down from Crete. 15Since the ship was caught and could not be turned head-on into the wind, we gave way to it and were driven. 16By running under the lee of a small island called Cauda we were scarcely able to get the ship’s boat under control. 17After hoisting it up they took measures to undergird the ship; then, fearing that they would run on the Syrtis, they lowered the sea anchor and so were driven. 18 We were being pounded by the storm so violently that on the next day they began to throw the cargo overboard, 19and on the third day with their own hands they threw the ship’s tackle overboard. 0When neither sun nor stars appeared for many days, and no small tempest raged, all hope of our being saved was at last abandoned.
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The visiting European delegation of Christian leaders has formally apologized to Africa for crimes committed during the slave trade era and colonization of the continent. King Lobengula into signing the Rudd Concession in 1888, which resulted in white settler farmers occupying vast tracts of land at the expense of the black majority. Mr. Seaton’s apology included these words: “We repent for taking rather than giving. Taking the riches and the lands of Africa. We repent for dehumanizing Africans, treating them as goods, calling them black ivory. We repent for robbing Africans of their history and identity. Today we ask for forgiveness in Jesus’ name before you and God.” In response, Mr. Chissano said he was humbled by the gesture demonstrated by the Christian leaders. Chissano replied (amidst applause from the participants): “I wish I had the mandate to ask for forgiveness as well because most of the sins committed by Europeans were not committed by them alone....It is symbolic that this year’s event is taking place in Zimbabwe, a country that is suffering the effects of unjust international relations, in which the mighty impose their will at will, a vivid reminder of colonialism.” The former Mozambican leader said he hoped the reconciliation process would encourage Zimbabweans to come together as a united nation to overcome the challenges facing the country. It was a pity, Mr. Chissano said, that most Europeans were defensive when confronted with the consequences of colonialism, saying that colonialism had gone and the reasons for African backwardness should be found only in bad governance and corruption.

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he confessions were made before hundreds of delegates who included former Mozambican President, Mr. Joachim Chissano, Science and Technology Development Minister, Dr. Olivia Muchena and President of the Council of Chiefs, Chief Fortune Charumbira. Also present at the occasion were 4 representatives of African countries. Christian leaders from European countries, which include Britain, Germany , France , Portugal , Spain, the Netherlands and the United States, made the confessions. It was a touching moment when the Christian leaders knelt before Mr Chissano and his delegation, asking for forgiveness for the sins committed against Africa with some of them weeping. They asked for forgiveness over the slave trade, exploitation of Africa using divide and rule tactics, fueling of conflicts and the shedding of innocent blood. The Christian leaders acknowledged that most of the problems in Africa today emanated from colonialism. Confessions were made over the torture and denigrating of Africans as well as the introduction of the apartheid regime in South Africa. Chairperson of the European African Reconciliation Process, Mr Chris Seaton, who confessed on behalf of Britain, asked for pardon for the sins committed by Britain against Zimbabwe during the colonial era. Mr Seaton was wrapped in the Union Jack, which was hoisted when Zimbabwe was colonized. He said the plunder of Africa’s resources culminated in unfair trade practices that were currently dogging the continent. Mr Seaton said in Zimbabwe, Britons cheated

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Where do our INCoMe tax doLLarS Go?

Note: The coins represent actual federal spending in Fiscal Year 005, the year for which we file tax returns in 006. The coins add up to $1.0, because of rounding. For more information, see FCNL’s Web site at www.fcnl.org or call us at the number below.[Only include this note, if you are able to use the coin graphic like the flyer.] The federal budget is a reflection of our country’s moral values. Does this budget reflect your values? If this budget is out of balance with your values, please tell your representative and senators. At FCNL, we make it easy to get in touch with your legislators: go to www.fcnl.org or call us toll free at 1-800-630-1330 or write us at the Friends Committee on National Legislation, 45 Second Street, NE, Washington, D.C. 00.

War Is Not the Answer!
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pastOr’s paGe
Sharpton Delivers “Hour of Power” Sermon at Trinity UCC as Kick-off to
SePt 11 — a MoMeNt of SILeNCe…for aLL thoSe otherS
by Emmanuel Ortiz
Before I start this poem, I’d like to ask you to join me in a moment of silence in honour of those who died in the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon last September 11th. I would also like to ask you a moment of silence for all of those who have been harassed, imprisoned, disappeared, tortured, raped, or killed in retaliation for those strikes, for the victims in both Afghanistan and the U.S. And if I could just add one more thing... A full day of silence for the tens of thousands of Palestinians who have died at the hands of U.S.-backed Israeli forces over decades of occupation. Six months of silence for the million and-a-half Iraqi people, mostly children, who have died of malnourishment or starvation as a result of an 11-year U.S. embargo against the country. Before I begin this poem: two months of silence for the Blacks under Apartheid in South Africa, where homeland security made them aliens in their own country.Nine months of silence 9 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

The All New WVON 1690AM/ The Talk of Chicago
Tonight at 6:00 p.m., the Rev. Al Sharpton, host of The Al Sharpton Show, (airing Monday through Friday from 1 noon to 3:00 p.m. on WVON 1690AM beginning Monday, September 18) will deliver the evening message in his “innaugural sermon” at our regular weekly Hour of Power Service. In an interview concerning tonight’s service, WVON’s President, Melody Spann-Cooper said, “We have come this far by faith, and I would like the entire WVON Family to join us for this praise celebration.” Tonight’s worship service will kick-off WVON’s historic move from the 1450AM frequency to the 1690AM frequency and from broadcasting 15 hours a day to broadcasting 4 hours a day beginning Monday, September 18th at 6:00 a.m. Our Sunday morning (7:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.) worshippers are invited back tonight to hear one of the country’s premier Civil Rights warriors. Rev. Sharpton will also be autographing his book following the service tonight.

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pastOr’s paGe
for the dead in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where death rained down and peeled back every layer of concrete, steel, earth and skin and the survivors went on as if alive. A year of silence for the millions of dead in Vietnam--a people, not a warfor those who know a thing or two about the scent of burning fuel, their relatives’ bones buried in it, their babies born of it. A year of silence for the dead in Cambodia and Laos, victims of a secret war ... ssssshhhhh .... Say nothing .. we don’t want them to learn that they are dead. Two months of silence for the decades of dead in Colombia, whose names, like the corpses they once represented, have piled up and slipped off our tongues. Before I begin this poem, An hour of silence for El Salvador ... An afternoon of silence for Nicaragua ... Two days of silence for the Guatemaltecos ... None of whom ever knew a moment of peace 45 seconds of silence for the 45 dead at Acteal, Chiapas 5 years of silence for the hundred million Africans who found their graves far deeper in the ocean than any building could poke into the sky. There will be no DNA testing or dental records to identify their remains. And for those who were strung and swung from the heights of sycamore trees in the south, the north, the east, and the west... 100 years of silence... For the hundreds of millions of indigenous peoples from this half of right here, Whose land and lives were stolen, In postcard-perfect plots like Pine Ridge, Wounded Knee, Sand Creek, Fallen Timbers, or the Trail of Tears. Names now reduced to innocuous magnetic poetry on the refrigerator of our consciousness ... So you want a moment of silence?

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And we are all left speechless Our tongues snatched from our mouths Our eyes stapled shut A moment of silence And the poets have all been laid to rest The drums disintegrating into dust Before I begin this poem, You want a moment of silence You mourn now as if the world will never be the same And the rest of us hope to hell it won’t be. Not like it always has been Because this is not a 9-1-1 poem This is a 9/10 poem, It is a 9/9 poem, A 9/8 poem, A 9/7 poem This is a 149 poem. This is a poem about what causes poems like this to be written And if this is a 9/11 poem, then This is a September 11th poem for Chile, 1971 This is a September 1th poem for Steven Biko in South Africa, 1977 This is a September 13th poem for the brothers at Attica Prison, New York, 1971. This is a September 14th poem for Somalia, 199.This is a poem for every date that falls to the ground in ashes This is a poem for the 110 stories that were never told The 110 stories that history chose not to write in textbooks The 110 stories that CNN, BBC, The New York Times, and Newsweek ignored Sunday, September 17, 2006 11 This is a poem for interrupting this program. And still you want a moment of silence for your dead? We could give you lifetimes of empty: The unmarked graves The lost languages The uprooted trees and histories The dead stares on the faces of nameless children Before I start this poem We could be silent forever Or just long enough to hunger, For the dust to bury us And you would still ask us For more of our silence. If you want a moment of silence Then stop the oil pumps Turn off the engines and the televisions Sink the cruise ships Crash the stock markets Unplug the marquee lights, Delete the instant messages, Derail the trains, the light rail transit If you want a moment of silence, put a brick through the window of Taco Bell, And pay the workers for wages lost Tear down the liquor stores, The townhouses, the White Houses, the jailhouses, the Penthouses and the Playboys.

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pastOr’s paGe
If you want a moment of silence, Then take it On Super Bowl Sunday, The Fourth of July During Dayton’s 13 hour sale Or the next time white guilt fills the room where my beautiful people have gathered You want a moment of silence Then take it Now, Before this poem begins. Here, in the echo of my voice, In the pause between goosesteps of the second hand In the space between bodies in embrace, Here is your silence. Take it. But take it all Don’t cut in line. Let your silence begin at the beginning of crime. But we, Tonight we will keep right on singing For our dead. Emmanuel Ortiz works with the Minnesota Alliance for the Indigenous Zapatistas (MAIZ) and Estación Libre. He is a staff member of the Resource Centre of the Americas, the non-profit publisher of americas.org

tO dO JUstice

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By Rev. Reginald Williams, Jr.

n Monday afternoon of this week, Slick Rich Daley pulled a fast one by announcing that he would veto the big-box ordinance which was passed in July of this year. The mayor and money from Wal-Mart were able to convince a few aldermen to switch their vote from advocates of the ordinance to opponents of the ordinance. For those who have been sleeping under a rock for the past few months, the big-box ordinance was to guarantee a livable wage and affordable health care for all of those working in big-box stores across the city. Slick Daley on Monday vetoed this ordinance. I call him slick because he waited until after Sunday to announce that he would do it. Sunday would have given churches across the city the opportunity to get the word out and organize against this travesty. So he waited. Secondly, when the ordinance was initially passed, the ordinance was veto-proof. Daley was also able to get three people to change their votes, Alderman Shirley Coleman (16th ward), Alderman Daniel Solis (5th ward), and Alderman George Cardenas (1th ward). For those who see this as a defeat, a second look may show this as an opportunity in at least three ways. The veto of this ordinance offers an opportunity to do a few things: 1. Question Representation. A citywide poll taken after the big-box ordinance passed in July showed that over 7% of the people of the city were in favor of the big box ordinance. With the turning of a few aldermen’s votes, it is clear that neither the city council nor the Mayor represent the will of the people of the city of Chicago. We will have the opportunity to call them into question, especially with the aldermanic and mayoral races nearing. 1 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

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2. New Legislation. One of the arguments of the opponents of the big-box ordinance was that it unfairly targeted one group (Big Boxes). As a result, their claim was that this ordinance was unconstitutional, in violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution. The veto of this ordinance now gives us the opportunity to call for and create a new ordinance which calls for a livable wage for all businesses across the city of Chicago, inclusive of big boxes and little boxes. 3. Fair Compensation. Another of the arguments of the opponents of the big box ordinance was that the approval of the ordinance would deny tax revenues to the city of Chicago, because residents of the city would cross city lines to shop at WalMart in the suburbs. Should the new legislation be written, and include all boxes, not just big boxes, fair compensation could be granted to workers with the tax revenue gained (according to proponents of Wal-Mart), and we could increase the minimum wage all over the city of Chicago. In other words, use the funds gained from tax revenue to reward the people who pay taxes and work in the city of Chicago. Don’t use the funds gained to build another skyscraper while some people are living in poverty. Don’t use those funds to bolster someone else’s bottom line, while not distributing those funds to the people who need it. Fair Compensation! The purpose of this column, today, is to let you know that this is not a defeat, but only the end of one round of this fight. We are on to the next round and will continue to fight “until justice rolls down like water, and righteousness as an ever-flowing stream,” or “the race is not given to the swift or strong, but to the one who endures to the end.” Let’s answer the bell for the next round. Sunday, September 17, 2006 13

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he heath disparities across the globe are frightening. As it stands, health care is reserved for those with the money to pay rather than all those in need. Today, we participate with congregations across the state in Health Care Justice Sabbath. Today, we participate with congregations across the state in calling for justice in health care. Health care justice is a civil rights issue about which we must be concerned. We must take action to ensure that poverty does not prevent someone or some family from getting the care they need. Action must be preceded by education, however. When you know better you can do better. Please come to the chapel at :30 p.m., and hear medical doctors inform us as to what we can do to seek justice in health care. ACTION ITEMS 1. Boycott Wal-Mart & Sam’s Club. . Call the following aldermen and let them know your disgust at changing their vote on the big-box ordinance:
a. Alderman Shirley Coleman (16th), 773-918-1670 b. Alderman Daniel Solis (5th), 773-843-100 c. Alderman George Cardenas (1th), 773-53-850

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Come to Wright Chapel at :30 p.m. to hear the panel discussion on Health Care Justice.

ThOughT fOr ThIS wEEk: “The Old G, my homey, showed me the deal, He said, in prayer, that’s the only time you ever should kneel.” —Black Thought of the Roots

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steWardship
person gives money, not a “when a with god, heonly his a patronheofisgod and, partner is only between the two, lies all the difference in the world.
SteWardShIP…reSuLtS of a redeeMed LIfe

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Partners With God

hristian stewardship is the means by which we make the church and the kingdom a joy rather than a burden. Giving that hurts is poor giving, though it may be better than none. The real tragedy in the life of many a church member is not that he fails to give at least something, but that he misses all the joy of giving. When a person gives only his money, he is not a partner with God. The church has just as great an obligation to teach people to be Christian in the use of their money as it has to teach people to be moral in their living. Giving that is little, grudging and reluctant is not likely to produce Christian joy. Some of us give only when we are prodded often enough and hard enough. Some of us give out of a sense of pride because of what might be said if we didn’t. Though we are careful not to price our pride too high, some of us give out of a sense of need, quickened usually by an earnest appeal at a time when our defenses are weak. Very few of us give out of the only real source of Christian joy — out of the fullness of our love for Christ and our devotion to Him and to the cause to which we have committed our lives. That takes us a full step beyond the ordinary in our giving, for it makes it not merely a matter of our money, but of our hearts — of our best selves. We ought to teach tithing not to get the tithe, but to get the tither — not to get his money, but to get him. When a person gives only his money, he is not a partner with God, he is only a patron of God and, between the two, lies all the difference in the world. Your Friends in Service, The Stewardship Ministry Constance A. King, Editor James Butler, Chairperson

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hIGhLIGhtS TODAY, SUN…9/17 FRI…9/ Rev. Al Sharpton Book Signing Pastor Wright’s Birthday tueSday – 9/19 400 W. 95th Street 5:30 p.m. Immabasi Weigh-In – 03 6:00 p.m. Voice Class – WC Band Rehearsal – SA Women’s Drill Team – Narthex II 6:30 p.m. New Member Class – FH Immabasi Mental Health – 10 7:00 p.m. Men’s Chorus Rehearsal – SA Sanctuary Choir Steering Committee – BR TUCC Village Center (1947 W. 95th Street) Tangeni Business Meeting – W30 Million For the Master – W307

SuNday – 9/17 7:30 a.m. Worship Service – SA 9:30 a.m. Breakfast – FH Bible Study – WC Amani Health Corporation Resource Expo – A 11:00 a.m. Worship Service – SA 1:30 p.m. Dinner – FH :00 p.m. Amani Health Care Resource Expo – A :30 p.m. Amani Health Care Sabbath Observance – WC 6:00 p.m. Worship Service – SA 8:00 p.m. Rev. Al Sharpton Book Signing – A MoNday – 9/18 400 W. 95th Street 1:00 p.m. Immabasi Diabetes Support – FH 5:30 p.m. Immabasi Weigh-In – 10/07 6:00 p.m. Voice Class – FH Band Rehearsal – SA 7:00 p.m. Leadership Council Meeting – A Women’s Chorus Rehearsal – SA TUCC Village Center (1947 W. 95th Street) Legal Counseling – W30

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WedNeSday – 9/20 400 W. 95th Street 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Prayer & Fasting 11:30 a.m. Prayer Service – WC 5:30 p.m. Praise Team Rehearsal – SA Community Development Corporation – 07 Immabasi Weigh-In – 10 IT Advisory Meeting – BR 7:14 p.m. Prayer Service – SA thurSday – 9/21 400 W. 95th Street 5:30 p.m. Imani Ya Watume – WC Immabasi Weigh-In – A 6:00 p.m. Band Rehearsal – SA Voice Class – FH

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BLaCK & ChrIStIaN (NeW MeMBer CLaSSeS)
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(thurSday– 9/21 cont’d) 7:00 p.m. Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal – SA Teen Bible Class – 118 Single Parent Ministry/ Children – 07 Single ParentMinistry/Adults – 10 Trustee Meeting – BR tuCC Village Center (1947 W. 95th Street) Prison Ministry – W30 :30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. :00 p.m. Adult Church School – WC Math Tutorial – 0/03 Little Warriors For Christ – WC Walaika Rehearsal – WC New Member Class/Teens – 07 New Member Class/Adults – FH New Members Class/ Children – WC Singles Community/Same Gender Loving – 116 Women’s Drill Team Meeting – 118 Isuthu Rites of Passage – BR Women’s Drill Team Rehearsal – Nartex II Scholarship – A For Teens Only – FH Cottage Grove Building (901 east 95th Street) Intonjane – Room 1 Youth Drill Team – Room  Isuthu – Room 3 tuCC Village Center (1947 W. 95th Street) Women’s Drill Team Retreat – W301/30/305/307 Domestic Violence Clothesline Project – W30

7:00 p.m. frIday – 9/22 10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m.

400 W. 95th Street Free-N-One – 07 Music Theory Class – 0 Africa Ministry Meeting Brazil Sojourn – 116 Free-N-One – 07 Tough Love – 03 Financial Counseling Consortium 1-Step Program – 0 Singles Community/40 Plus – FH

1:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. :00 p.m.

Saturday – 9/23 400 W. 95th Street 7:00 a.m. Food Share Distribution – A/FH 7:30 a.m. Yoga – Narthex II 9:00 a.m. Youth Band Rehearsal – FH Community of Counselors – Trinity Oaks 9:30 a.m. Church School (Preschool & Kindergarten) – 118 Church School (Grades 1-) – 03 Church School (Grades 3-6) – 0 Church School (Teens) – 07 Church School (Discipleship) – 116

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BLaCK & ChrIStIaN (NeW MeMBer CLaSSeS)
(6:30 – 9:30 p.m.) tues., September 19th & 26th Adults (1:00 – 4:00 p.m.) * Teens 13 – 19 Years (1:00 – 4:00 p.m.) Children 6 –12 years (2:00 – 3:00 p.m.) Sat., September 23rd & 30th Sunday, September 17, 2006 16 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

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Health Care Justice: God’s Requirement
Sunday, September 17, 2006 Trinity United Church of Christ (Atrium & Wright Chapel) HeAlTH ReSoURCe expo (After 7:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Services) HeAlTH CARe JUSTiCe FoRUm (2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.) SpeAkerS Dr. Eric Whitaker AttentionIDPH Parents! Director,

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Dr. Terry Mason Classes begin Saturday, September 16, Commissioner, CDPH 9:30 a.m., at the church

Dr. Niva Lubin-Johnson Online Registration Member of the Illinois Health Care Justice Act Task Force www.tucc.org/youth_registration.cfm All Classes Open Rev. Reginald Williams, Jr. Pre-K – Adults, Associate Pastor for Justice Ministries including Discipleship Class
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TUCC Division of Justice Ministries Amani Trinity United Community Health Corporation
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adVoCate ChrISt MedICaL CeNter hosts a free Prostate Cancer Screening, Wednesday, September 0, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., 4440 W. 95th Street, Oak Lawn, IL, Call 1-800-33-86 and refer to code #1C16 afrICaN hoLoCauSt MeMorIaL CoMMISSIoN holds its 17th Annual African Holocaust/MAAFA Observance, Monday, October 9, 1:00 p.m., Northeastern Illinois University, Jacob Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies, 700 E. Oakwood Boulevard, Admission free, Call 773-995-6619 BaNNer LINK aCadeMy has openings for students, ages 17 - 1 years, Earn your high school diploma while engaging in character and civic development, 330 East 99th Street AND… certified teachers are invited to join our renaissance team, Call Pamela Smith, 773-731-3544 BeNNett CoLLeGe for WoMeN Greensboro, North Carolina, Seeking students for the 006-007 academic school year, Scholarship funds still available, Call Ulisa Bowles, Director of Admissions, 336-517-167, or Monty Hickman, Director of Financial Aid, 336-517-05 CaBrINI GreeN LeGaL aId CLINIC presents its annual benefit, Through Their Eyes Reflection of Hope, featuring speaker Cardinal Frances George, the Chicago Children’s Choir and hosted by Cheryl Burton, Thursday, September 1, 6:30 p.m., Chicago Hilton, International Ballroom, Free, RSVP online, www.cgla.net or call Tim Wallace, 31-66-1345, Ext. 417 CheSterfIeLd CoMMuNIty CouNCIL will host the nd Annual Silas Purnell College Expo, College admissions and financial aid representatives will be present, Saturday,
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September 30, 11:00 a.m. – :00 p.m., Tuley Park Fieldhouse, 90th & King Drive, Free admission, Contact 773-651-3958 or www.chesterfieldcommunitycouncil.org ChICaGo INterNatIoNaL fILM feStIVaL 006 Black Perspectives celebrates its 10th anniversary with a tribute to Ruby Dee, Friday, October 13, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., Thorne Auditorium, Northwestern University, 375 E. Chicago Ave., Call Roxanne Brown, 773-383-1553 ChICaGo theoLoGICaL SeMINary A Musical Celebration of Interfaith Connections, featuring violinist Rachel Barton Pine and our very own Rev. Otis Moss III, Thursday, September 1, 7:30 p.m., Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Millennium Park, Tickets, Call 31-334-7777 dreaMGIrLS 5th-year celebration of the Broadway phenomenon, September 15 –17, DuSable Museum of African American History, Tickets, Call 1-773-947-0447 or order online, www.ticketweb.com duSaBLe LeaderShIP aCadeMy Betty Shabazz International Charter Schools, Currently enrolling freshmen students, 4934 S. Wabash, Call Ms. Grant or Ms. Baker, 773-535-1170 AND…Seeking math, Spanish and physical education/health teachers, Call Dr. Elaine Mosley, 773-651-11 eduCatIoNaL SPeCIaLtIeS, INC. Tutoring and Learning Center, hiring part-time tutors for various off-site locations in Chicago and the south suburbs, B.A. and teaching or tutoring experience required, Send resumé, 993 S. Wood, Chicago, IL 60643, or fax to 773-445-5574, Call Eloise Washington Steward, 773-445-1000
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herItaGe INterNatIoNaL ChrIStIaN ChurCh presents Teaching with Authority, a National Christian Education Teachers Conference, September 7 – September 30 Crown Plaza, Hotel, Rosemont, IL, To register, Contact 773-37-9600 or www.heritageicc.org KeISKaMMa aLtarPIeCe Symbol of hope and triumph of the human spirit in response to the devastation of AIDS, Created by 10 women from South Africa, On display through September 0, Daily, Noon – 4:00 p.m., St. James Cathedral, Wabash and Huron, For information, www.saintjamescathedral.org MotherLaNd orGaNIZatIoN presents The Lion and the Jewel, a play addressing colonization, cultural tensions and gender roles, Sunday, October 1, 7:00 p.m., Hermann Union Building, IIT, 341 S. Federal, Tickets, Call 773-310-5765 or 773-814-4078 NatIoNaL aLLIaNCe aGaINSt raCISt aNd PoLItICaL rePreSSIoN ChICaGo presents Lessons of the Burge Torture Report, Corrupt Cops/Corrupt System: A Forum to Examine Linkages And Formulate Action, Saturday, September 3, :00 p.m., St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, 5710 W. Midway Park, Contact 31-939-750 or visit www.naarpr.org PLayhouSe ChILdCare seeking full-time and part-time early childhood teachers, Send resume and transcripts to P.O. Box 64, Dolton, IL 60419 SeCoNd BaPtISt ChurCh of eLGIN, ILLINoIS presents the Chicago Friends of the Amistad Research Center, Justice R. Eugene Pincham Continuing American Dilemma Lecture Series, “Justice and the Law,” Wednesday,
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September 16, 1:00 p.m., 180 Summit Street, Elgin, IL, Call 1-847-695-7757 St. BerNard hoSPItaL Offering free mammography exams to those who are uninsured for mammograms, Call St. Bernard Mammography Department, 773-96-3919 St. JohN BoutIQue aNd dreSS for SuCCeSS invite you to One Good Suit Deserves Another, Friday, September 15, Donate a St. John suit from any previous collection and help another woman gain employment and self-sufficiency, Receive a tax receipt from Dress for Success, and a $00 credit towards the purchase of a full-price St. John suit, Call the St. John Boutique, 31-948-1941 uNDEr ThE SAME rOOf a novel by Anthony Ellis McGee, Discussion and book signing, Saturday, October 7, 006, :30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., African American Images Bookstore, 1909 W. 95th Street VIVIaN G. harSh reSearCh Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, Margaret Burroughs and Timuel Black invite you to spend an afternoon with poet and artist Michele Gibbs, Today, Sunday, September 17, 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Woodson Regional Library, 955 S. Halsted, Call 31-745-080 whAT gOD hAS JOINED TOgEThEr a stage play, Saturdays, October 7, October 1 and November 4, 10:30 p.m., The Apollo Theater, 540 N. Lincoln Ave., Tickets, 773-935-6100, www.apollochicago.com or Ticketmaster

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infOrmatiOn & annOUncements
afrICa MINIStry aMaNI hoSPICe Care teaM with VITAS (TAV) will conduct Hospice Volunteer training in October, For information and an application, Call Deacon Rosalyn Priester, 773-98-109 aPartMeNt LIStINGS Are now being handled by the Housing Ministry, Contact Ron Miller, 773-643-4100 or rmille901@sbcglobal.net CaN-Cer-VIVe MINIStry sponsors Pin-A-Brother Day in honor of Prostate Cancer Awareness Week, September 17 – September 3, Wear the blue ribbons you receive today through the remainder of September, Prostate Cancer Awareness month, Men age 50+ should get a PSA (ProstateSpecific Antigen) blood test and a DRE (Digital Rectal Exam) test every year, African American men whose fathers or brothers had prostate cancer should begin having these tests at age 45, Contact the American Cancer Society, 1-800-7-345 or www.cancer.org ChurCh IN SoCIety MINIStry will Register voters after each worship service through Sunday, October 1, Turning age 18 by November 7 may register to vote, Bring two pieces of identification (one must show current address), Moved or changed your name, update your voter registration, Federal elections November 7, Call Elaine Johnson, 31-814 -3849 AND...CIS hosting film and discussion on the Burge Torture Report, Hear how these victims of torture have not yet received justice and what we can do about it Sunday, September 4, :00 p.m., Sanctuary, Call Hermine Wise, 31-6-0985 ChurCh IN SoCIety aNd doMeStIC VIoLeNCe MINIStrIeS thank the Trinity Family for its generous donations to the Book Bag Drive which resulted in 75 book bags and many additional school supplies for children in need, Praise God from whom all blessings flow! 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, This month’s topic, “Undue Guilt!” Thursday, September 8, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Wright Chapel frIeNdS of trINIty ChILd Care invite you to Center Stage With the Friends, featuring the ETA production, Life Times on The Streets, Friday, October 6, 8:00 p.m., ETA Creative Arts Foundation, 7558 S. Chicago Avenue, Call Scydonia Walls, 773-38-4961 or Merilyn Moore, 773-994-1953 hIGh SChooL CouNSeLING MINIStry Seeking adult volunteers, All volunteers must have completed the Youth Ministry Sponsor training, Registration after 7:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship services, Atrium, Call Carole Jacobs, 773-793-6887, or Rev. Ramah Wright, 773-96-5660, Ext. 384 IMMaBaSI heaLth aNd WeLLNeSS MINIStry Enrolling uninsured children in the new State Child Health Insurance Program “All Kids Count,” Call Joe Weimholt, Illinois Maternal and Child Health Coalition, 31-491-8161 ISuthu MINIStry Attention interested parents of male youth! First general meeting for Rites of Passage Ministry for boys ages 6 – 18, Registration and orientation for new and old members and parents, Saturday, September 3, 
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1:00-4:00 p.m., 901 E. 95th Street Building, Former members come in full uniform and prepared to pay annual dues, Call Bro. Fred Mead, 773-547-6007 Math tutorIaL MINIStry needs tutors to assist our children throughout the school year, Regular meeting time Saturdays, 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Call Douglas Price, 773-768-0397 or Kirstyn Fields, 31-64-3457 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, 773-96-5650 x395, x33 or x3 MWaNaBaraKa daNCe MINIStry Mandatory orientation for new and returning members, children ages 8-10, Monday, September 18 and Monday, September 5, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Dance rehearsals start Monday, September 5, 5:45 p.m. –7:00 p.m., Call Deacon Karen Jackson, 773-471-4588 oPeratIoN Share thaNKSGIVING BaSKet GIVeaWay Serving zip codes 60617, 19, 0, 8 and 43 only, Registration dates, Monday and Tuesday, October 9 and 10, 10:00 a.m.– 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 11, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (no evening hours), Thursday, October 1, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Applicants must have a current picture ID and proof of income SINGLeS MINIStry Do you have needs as a single parent? Do you have needs that are not being met? Do you need help locating resources to meet your needs? Do you feel you would like to share experiences and support others regarding
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your single parenting? Did you know you are not alone? We would like single parents (moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandparents) to join us for our monthly meeting on Thursday, September 1, Room 10, 7:00 p.m., Childcare/ children’s activities provided, Room 07, Call Tressa Epps, 708-748-131 or Earl Streeter, 773-656-4183 trINIty hIGher eduCatIoN CorPoratIoN presents three fall college tours,Tour I, October 9 (Columbus Day) University of Illinois at Urbana, “Orange & Blue” Day (day trip); Tour II, October 0 –1, Western Illinois University (Overnight); Tour III, November 1-4, For high school seniors only, school highlights include Kentucky State, Clark Atlanta, Spelman, Morehouse, Fisk and Tennessee State, Registration and information, Call Ms. Payton or Ms. Thomas, 773-98-1590 trINIty uCC aNd Safer fouNdatIoN Sponsoring Ready 4 Work, aftercare program for ex-offenders: 18 years old and up, out of prison 180 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 -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  years, Call Vanessa Cosby-Shannon, 773-33-149 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 nd Thursdays, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., Village Center, Call Rev. Reginald Williams, Jr., 773-96-5650

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prayer list
Adams, Deacon Lorraine Adams Family Adams-Carter, Cynthia Allen, Jason Oliver Anderson, Marguerite Anderson, Rev. William Anderson, Sr., Luther Armstrong, Millie Atkins, Anthony Bailey, Antonio & Gertrade Ballentine, Maryann & Family Banks, Brian Barrigher, Elwood Barrigher, Jeffrey Bates, Denise M. Benn, Vester Bennett, Janvier Berry, Baby Robert Bertha, Deacon Helen Bevill, Ruby Mae & Joseph Bibb, Jr., Rosewell Blount, Viola Boose, Christopher Bowen, Gwen Bowers, Jeffrey Bratton, Marjorie Breaux, Freddie Brewer, Deacon Evelyn Bridges, Nicole & Family Brimm-Oxendine, Beverly Brown, Charles Brown, Dr. Harriett Brown, Lillian Brown, Rev. Oliver Brown, Sandra Brown, Terrance Burton, Edy Butts, Larvette Campbell, Deborah Camps, Louise Camps-Coleman, Jan Cannon, Rosetta Carlisle, Deacon Maryann Carter, Claudia Carter, Herman Caston, Aletha & Alfred Chapman, Malachi Cheetum, Tracey & Oliver Colbert, Sheryll
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Collins, Walter & Deacon Marlene Combs, Paul Cotton-Williams, Gail David, Baby Jacob “Ray Ray” Dawson, Elva Squeaky Delk, Dr. Yvonne Delk, Edward DeVaughn, Phillip Divers, Gregory Edmonds, Chad Edmonds, Gail Ellis, Lucius, Renee & Robert Eubanks, Chiquita Eubanks, Roy Eubanks, Twyla Evans, Willie C. Everett, Antoine Ewing, Russell Fain, Andrea Fairchild, Inez Findley, Maxine Fluker, Erma Ford, John Foster, David Franklin-Canty, Resha Gamble, Linda, Lindasha & Kenyon Garner, Wilhelmina Gibbs, Charon Gill, Deacon Eldridge Gillespie, Morgan Gilliam, Joseph Graham, Elder Lucille Gransberry, Patricia Gray, DiMarcko Gulgham, Andrea Hamilton, Dalphon Hamilton, Jewell Hampton, Wyman Hannah, Gertrude Hardaway-Wheeler, Pamela Harrell, Deacon Linda Harris, Janice & Family Hawkins, Dennis Haynes, Shelley Haynes, Vera Heuss, Tom Holloway, Theodore 
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Holmes, Anne Holt, Rosalia Hood, Butch, Brenda & Rachell Hood Family Houston, Cozetta Hudson, Irean Hudson, Rosalyn Jackson, Betty Jackson, Betty Jo Jackson, Deacon Rudolph Jackson, Freida Jackson, Frieda Jackson, Lizzie Jackson, Michael Jackson, Queen James, Safya Jermany, Veronica Johnson, Adonis Johnson, Charles Johnson, Dale Johnson, Donald Johnson, Ruby Jean Jones, Catherine Jones, Gloria Jones, Jimmie Jones, Nina Jones, Quinton Jones, Warren S. Jordan, Verlacy Jordon, Loren Jordon, Renell R. Kettle, Jerry Kimball, Deacon Elizabeth King, Michael King-Reed, Billie Kitching, Ayrica Koslow, Mia Lanford, Val & Family Lanum, Havie, Andrew & Family Lawrence-Duckett, Anita Laythan, Nunulu Lewis, Deacon Pattrice “Kim” Little, Krystal Livingston, Mary Lockett, Thetis & Family Lofton, Brandon Lowery, Ernest Loyd, Latosha Lubin, Ben

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prayer list
Ludlow, Wayne Lyles, Johnise Mabies, Canise Mango, Gloria Mars, Brenda Martin, Loretta Mason, Claristine Mayes-McCruel, Deacon Alma Mazyck, Alfreda McClellan, Lawrence McCormick, Carolyn McCormick, Vester McDade, Darlene McDaniel, Clinton McDaniel, JoAnn McDaniel, Pamela McDaniel & Matute Families McGill, Mary McIntosh, Deacon Maurice McKinney, Takiesha McLinnahan, Glen McNorton, Deacon Virginia Melton, Alzenia Melton, Dawshierra Miles, Beatrice Miles, Rev. Carl Miller, John Miller, Larry Miller, Virgie Milliner, Tommie Mitchell-Shields, Deacon Sharon Moody, Deacon Don Moore, Latisha Moore, Monica & Family Moten, Marguerite Muhammad, Carol Muhammad, James Muse, Virginia Myles, Monike Nero, Yolanda Ngoh, Mary Nurse , Beverly Occean, Magalie Ojekunle, Kimberly Overton, Dr. Anthony & Audrey Overton, Jean Owens, Baby Blake Ethan Owens, Wendy Parker-Harris, Jr., Daryl Patterson, C. Marie
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Payton-Love, Mary Peery, Edward Perry, Calvin Peters, Nicole Peters, Petrina Phillips, Darlene Phillips, Dorothy Phillips, Richard Plummer, Jr., Morris Prince, Karen Pruitt, Robert Pugh-Lightfoot, Eric Putman, Delores Quinn, Anna Randle, Kay Raymond, Sheldon Redd, James Richardson, Benjamin Robertson, Edna Robinson, Candie Robinson, Michael Roby, Lillie Rodgers, Judith Rucks, Patrick Rushing, LaBarain Rushing, Melna Sampson, Mary Sanders, Norma Jean Scates, Hermine Scates, Violet Schockley, Baby Ricaylah Scott, Leroy Scott, Rose Sims, Constance Singleton, Deacon Bill & Family Smith, Betty Smith, Carmencita Smith, Fronse Smith, Green K. Smith, Mary Lynn Smith, Rose Smith, Sheree Smith, Sherri Snell, Jean South, Lucretia Spivey, Davion Stephens, Leroy Stewellen, Forrest Summerville, Lula Tate, Bertha 
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Taylor, Norlean Taylor, Patricia Taylor, Priscilla Terrell-Haynes, Rosalyn Teverbaugh, George Thirus, Mr. Arliemme Thomas, Carl M. Thomas, Mary Lou Thomas, Willie Thornton Family Tibbs, Brenda Timberlake, Deacon Joyce Toliver, Mya Torrey-Parker, L. Julie Travis, Ronald Tregre, Deacon Evelyn Tutt, Beatrice Tyree, Charlowe Vernardo, Helen Verner, Diana Walker, Baby Nicholas Walker, Felicia Walker, Jeremiah Walker, Kathleen Walker, Jr., Floyd Ward, Benjamin Washington, Wyvetta & Juan Washington-Dyk, Gwendolyn Washington-Sykes, Chariss We Care Baptist Ministry Weeden, Baby Brizil White, Joseph & Shirley White, Mark T. White, Tenille Wiley, Baby Lavell Williams, Ashley Williams, Chazz Williams, Mae Williams, Myka Wilson, Erna Windom, Hattie Withers, Mother Ernestine Wright-Miller, Mildred Young, Samella Zaya, Dankha

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bereaVed
the faMILy of: Mrs. Ella Mae Brown Mrs. Deborah Ann Conord Mr. Harold Davidson Mr. Lafayette Friend Mrs. Hazel Ivy Mr. Alvin McDaniel Mrs. Anna Powell Mr. Lloyd Simmons Mr. Charles Vernado Mr. Daniel Wright PLeaSe SeNd CardS to: Mr. Jerome Thomas & Family Ms. Annette Rogers & Family Mrs. Melna Rushing & Family Mrs. Beverly Washington-Garrett & Family Mrs. Chandra Williams & Family JoAnn McDaniel & Family Mrs. Connie Moran & Family Mrs. Lucille Webb & Family Deacon Geneva Bell & Family Deacon Donna Hammond-Miller & Family addreSS: 891 S. Phillips Ave. (17) 330 195th St., Flossmoor, IL 604 8658 S. Phillips Ave. (17) 994 S. Oglesby Ave. (17) 7409 S. Indiana Ave. (19) 1008 S. Yale Ave. (8) 1333 E. 83rd St. (19) 7437 S. Merrill Ave. (49) 8517 S Indiana Ave. (19) 1010 S. St. Lawrence (8)

hOspitaliZed
hysson Brown
Northwestern Memorial Hospital 51 E. Huron St. Chicago, IL 6061 31-96-000

richard Jones

Christ Hospital 4440 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 708-684-8000

Kenyatta Smith-huddleston
Christ Hospital 4440 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 708-684-8000

Carbena daniels

St. Margaret Mercy Hospital 5454 Hohman Ave. Hammond, IN 4630 19-93-300

Kenneth Malone

West Suburban Hospital 3 Erie Ct. Oak Park, IL 6030 708-383-600

Lorraine Wilson

University of Chicago Hospital 5841 S. Maryland Ave. Chicago, IL 60637 773-70-1000

Wyman hampton

Ingalls Memorial Hospital One Ingalls Dr. Harvey, IL 6046 708-333-300

deacon Morris Jefferson
Michael Reese Hospital 99 S. Ellis St. Chicago, IL 60616 31-791-000

Lizzie Jackson

University of Chicago Hospital 5841 S. Maryland Ave. Chicago, IL 60637 773-70-1000

Minnard Skiles

Little Company of Mary Hospital 800 W. 95th St. Evergreen Park, IL 60805 708-4-600 (Will enter on Tuesday, September 19)

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e Xtended c are facilities
arder, Claude
Bronzeville Park Skilled Nursing Center 3400 S. Indiana Ave. Chicago, IL 60616 Room 403, Bed 1 31-84-5000

sicK & s hUt-in
GarNer, Wilhelmina
Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 45 E. 71st St. Chicago, IL 60649 Room 31, Bed B 773-71-5000

hoLLoWay, theodore

Kindred Hospital-Lakeshore 6130 N. Sheridan Rd. Chicago, IL 60660 Room 301 773-381-1

BroWN, edward

JefferSoN, Lorrine
Manor Care Health Care Services 6300 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 Room , Bed  708-599-8800

Victory Center 4150 W. Gatling Blvd. Country Club Hills, IL 60478 Room 43 708-957-8300

GILLIaM, Joseph
Applewood Nursing & Rehabilitation 100 Kostner Ave. Matteson, IL 60443 Room 63, Bed  708-747-1300

CadeNhead, Lafronne

Jackson Square Nursing Home 6130 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60644 Room 47, Bed B 773-91-8000 (COMMUNION VISITS ONLY)

KIMBaLL, deacon elizabeth
Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 45 E. 71st St. Chicago, IL 60649 Room 104, Bed A 773-71-5000

Gray, Cary

CoLLINS, Laverne

Alden Lakeland Rehabilitation Center 80 W. Lawrence Ave. Chicago, IL 60640 Room 14, Bed  773-769-570

Bronzeville Park Skilled Nursing Center 3400 S. Indiana Avenue Chicago, IL 60616 Room 316, Bed  (31) 84-5000

MartIN, Kim

GueSt, deloris

eVaNS, edward

Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago 345 E. Superior St. Chicago, IL 60611 Room 616, Bed 1 31-38-1000

Dawson Nursing Home 3500 S. Giles Ave. Chicago, IL 60653 Room 00, Bed  31-36-000

MaSoN, Claristine

Pavilion of Forest Park 800 W. Roosevelt Road Forest Park, IL 60130 Room 43, Bed 1 (708) 488-9850 Renaissance Nursing Center 940 W. 87th Street Chicago, IL 6065 Room 07, Bed 1 773-434-8787
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haMPtoN, Ineze

eLZIe, deacon evelyn

Manor Care Health Care Services 145 E. 175th St. South Holland, IL 60473 Room 338, Bed C 708-474-4167

Bronzeville Park Skilled Nursing Center 3400 S. Indiana Ave. Chicago, IL 60616 Room 17, Bed  31-84-5000 

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e Xtended c are facilities
McINtoSh, deacon Maurice
Lexington House Nursing Home 10300 Southwest Highway Chicago Ridge, IL 60415 Room 34, Bed C 708-45-1100

sicK & s hUt-in
SMIth, Claude
Renaissance Nursing Center 940 W. 87th St Chicago, IL 6065 Room 3, Bed 1 773-434-8787

Watt, Mildred

SMIth, Mary Baker

Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 45 E. 71st Street Chicago, IL 60649 Room 430, Bed A 773-71-5000

Moore, hilton

Manor Care Health Care Services 940 Maple Ave. Homewood, IL 60430 Room 404, Bed A 708-799-044

Mongtomery Place 5550 S. South Shore Dr. Chicago, IL 60615 Room 08 773-753-4100

WILLIaMS, Maudine

thoMPSoN, opreabea
Alden-Prairie Village Rehabilitation Center 16450 S. 97th Ave. Orland Park, IL 60467 Room 0, Bed 1 708-403-6500 Clark Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 1964 Clark Rd. Gary, IN 46404 Room 13, Bed 3 19-949-9640

Halsted Terrace Nursing Home 10935 S. Halsted St. Chicago, IL 6068 Room 31, Bed  773-98-000

WILSoN, Louis

MoteN, Marguerite

Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 45 E. 71st St. Chicago, IL 60649 Room 111, Bed B 773-71-5000 (COMMUNION VISITS ONLY)

thurStoN, Charles

Renaissance at 87th St. Nursing Home 940 W. 87th St. Chicago, IL 6065 Room 30, Bed 1 773-434-8787

WINdoM, hattie

PeaVy, Irene

Victory Center of River Oaks 1370 Ring Rd., Apt. #407 Calumet City, IL 60409 708-83-1130

tINSLey, eddis

Manor Care Health Care Center 145 E. 170th St. South Holland, IL 60473 Room 155 708-895-355

SheatS, Benjamin

Rest Haven Central 1359 S. Central Ave. Palos Heights, IL 60463 Room 41 708-597-1000

Dawson Nursing Home 3500 S. Giles Ave. Chicago, IL 60653 Room 319, Bed 1 31-36-000

WItherS, Mother ernestine
Montgomery Place 5550 S. South Shore Drive Chicago, IL 60615 Room 16 773-753-4100

WatSoN, Janet

Timberview Nursing Home 450 Taft St. Gary, IN 46404 Room 319, Bed  19-977-610 Ext. 34
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ALEXANDER, Barbara ALLEN, Deacon Quinville ANDERSON, Marguerite BASKIN, William BREWER, Deacon Evelyn BROOKS, Arzulia BURKS, Willa A. BUTTS, Larvette CAMPBELL, Delois SMITH, Carlton CARTER, Anthony CLAY, Louise CLAY, Nancy COLLINS, Laverne COMPTON, Yvonne COSBY, Cynthia DUKE, Annette DULANEY, Doris DUNAGAN, Patricia FORD, John FUNCHES, Josephine GREEN, Lloyd HARDY, Glodine c/o Lois Walker HEREFORD, Bessie HORNSBURGER, Ruby JACKSON, Betty JACKSON, Betty Jo JACKSON, Deacon Rudolph JACKSON, Yvette JOHNSON, Laura JONES, Catherine JONES, Lula LEWIS, Deacon Pattrice “Kim” MANGO, Gloria MARRABLE, James McDADE, Darlene Sunday, September 17, 2006 801 S. Wabash Ave. 11919 S. Harvard Ave. 1884 W. 108th Place 1510 Brookfield Dr., Plainfield, IL 939 S. Green St. 941 S. Eggleston Ave. 1855 S. Center Ave., Homewood, IL 10350 S. Komensky Ave., Apt. #D Oak Lawn, IL 9146 S. Indiana Ave. The Lawrence House 100 W. Lawrence Ave., Room 17 8906 S. Ridgeland 1166 S. Stewart St. 5948 W. Midway Park 7335 S. Sangamon St. 400 E. 41st St., Apt. #601N 616 East 93rd St. 818 Gray Ave., Evanston, IL 13058 S. Wood St., Apt. #1E Blue Island, IL 7318 S. King Dr. 8939 S. Dante Ave. 931 S. Union Ave. (19) (8) (43) 60544 (0) (8) 60430 60453 (19) 773-783-351 773-468-88 773-39-3453 815-54-1106 773-39-9416 773-4-7581 708-799-3581 773-457-1815 773-98-0997

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Order Of WOrship OrderatiOn chU rch infOrm Of WOrship
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 • 1:00 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
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radio Broadcast
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Church School

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1 Corinthians 12:5 (TEV)
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