Gehman Mennonite Church

Physical address: 127 Witmer Road, Reinholds, PA 17569
Mailing address: PO Box 842, Adamstown, PA 19501

Ministry Team
Phil Horning - Lead Pastor - (church: 717-484-4548) (home:717-484-0998)
Glen Martin - Associate Pastor- 717-484-2162
Steve McCosby - Deacon - 717-336-8275

Let’s walk with Jesus…personally, locally, and globally.
November 9, 2014
Sunday School
Worship Service

8:15 AM
9:00 AM
10:00 AM

Call to Worship
Lena Brown
Hymn of Praise
Sylvia Eberly
Mission Minute
Darlene McCosby
Worship in Song
Worship Team
Message: Hebrews 10:32-39 "Fellow Prisoners"
Phil Horning
Hymn of Response
Sylvia Eberly
Sharing Time/Pastoral Prayer
Travis & Carolyn Sauder
Sunday School Nursery
Cindy & Sylvia
Church Nursery
Carolyn & Travis
The offering for the month of November is for Gehman Missionary support
(Flamms, Millers, Miners, Phillips & Snader) and budgeted items.
Offering for last week: $3,049.21
Attendance for last week: 139
Next Week:
Matt & Shelby Kanagy
Song Leader
Doug Musselman
Karen Sauder
Scripture Reading
Doug Mussselman
Glen Martin
Sunday School Nursery
Shelby & Karen
Church Nursery
Marlene & Roxanne
Nov. 10, Mon.-Board of Elders meeting at 7 p.m.
Nov. 12, Wed.-JGA/JBA and Jr. Youth will meet at the Bowmansville Mennonite
from 7-8:30 p.m. Jr. Youth will have a Missions Night, JGA will have a Mystery
Thanksgiving Supper - come hungry! and JBA will have a Skills and Games Night.
Nov. 13, Thurs.-Jared Burkholder presents “Heroes and Heretics: Pietists and
Anabaptist in the Evangelical Imagination” at 7:30 p.m., at Elizabethtown College’s

Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies. Burkholder, professor of history at
Grace College in Winona Lake, Ind., will examine several episodes in history when
evangelicals have either revered or condemned Pietist and Anabaptist traditions and
discuss what that says about all three groups and their places on the landscape of
American society. For more information, call 717-361-1470 or visit
Nov. 15, Sat.-7 p.m. - Friendship Community is holding our 13th Annual Harmony
Concert. The concert will be held at the Forest Hills Mennonite Church in Leola.
The concert is a free event, and no reservations are required. A freewill offering will
be collected, and all proceeds benefit Individuals with developmental disabilities.
Nov. 15 & 16, Fri. & Sat.-LMS is hosting a variety of activities on the Lancaster
Campus as part of its Fall Festival. Check for more
information about all these events.
Nov. 18, Wed.-Bowmansville District Sewing Circle will meet at the Bowmansville
Mennonite Church in the morning and afternoon. Everyone is welcome to come to
help quilt, knot comforters or sew on a sewing machine. Floy Baker and Liz Martin
have done sewing on the sewing machines for many years, but at this time neither is
able to attend Sewing Circle! Would you be able to take their place? Persons are
also needed to piece comforter tops and cut patches. Both of these jobs can be done
at home, when you have time. We have material we can give you, if you would be
able to cut patches and/or piece tops. If you would like to know more details about
this work, please call Janice Horning (717-445-5687). Many thanks to those of you
who have already supplied us with tops!
Nov. 23, Sun.-All are invited to a Thanksgiving and Welsh Hymn Concert at 4:30
p.m., at Neffsville Mennonite Church. Vigorous congregational singing will be led
by Glenn Lehman, assisted by the Harmonies Vocal Ensemble, the Bravura Brass
quintet, and organ. A suggested $5 donation at the door will defray expenses and
-Christmas International House links international students from colleges
across the US to Christian host families willing to open their hearts and homes for 2
weeks in December. Hosting brings missions to your family as cultures are
exchanged and relationships built. Students pay their own transportation and host
families provide lodging, meals and a family centered American Christmas. This
year’s program, hosted by Hinkletown Mennonite Church, runs from 12/18 to 1/02.
Visit our website at: for more information and to volunteer to
host a student.
-MCC Project: Each year, Anabaptist churches in the East Coast region donate
nearly 3,000 bags of nonperishable food items to urban areas, including New York
City and Philadelphia. A grocery bag’s contents are as follows: 32 oz. veg. oil; 2
lbs. pasta; 1 lb. raisins; 32 oz. white rice; 2 cans chicken or tuna (12 oz. ea.); 15 oz.
can tomato sauce; 2 cans fruit (14-16 oz. ea.); 2 cans vegetables (14-16 oz. ea.); 2
cans beans (15.5 oz. ea.); 1 box cereal (14-18 oz.) and 28 oz. peanut butter. Bags
can be brought to the church and Sewing Circle will see they are taken to MCC.
Thank you!
Happy Birthday! Bethany Horning today, Phonsavan Panyanouvong on Mon.,
Cheyanne Leid on Wed., and Janae Sauder on Sat.