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We are so glad you have joined us today! Our desire is that God
would bless and direct this time together. Worship is an
interactive, participatory experience and our prayer is that the
service today would strengthen and encourage you on your
spiritual journey. Whether you are new to faith, just coming back
to church, or a long-time follower of Jesus, we hope you find your
time with us engaging and meaningful.

Worship: a time to connect with God through song and prayer.
Feel free to stand and sing with us as we praise God through
singing by following the on-screen lyrics. A typical service lasts
about 65 minutes.
Offering: We give tithes and offerings as a part of worship in
obedience, celebration, and thanksgiving to the Lord. Its also just
our way of saying, We love our church and we want to support
it! If you are a guest, you are not expected or obligated to give.
Children: We have a fully-staffed Nursery for ages three and
below. Kids ages 4-12 will be dismissed during the service to the
childrens chapel to be taught by Pastor Linda and her staff.
Message: The teaching time seeks to communicate biblical truth
in compelling, relevant ways. All of our messages are available
as podcast on our website or through iTunes.

Response: When God is speaking, we take time to respond.

Most of the time this is after the message, but at other times it
may be in the middle of the service. An invitation is never needed
if you want to pray at the altar.
Communion: We take time monthly to celebrate Communion
and welcome all followers of Jesus Christ to participate in this act
of worship and remembrance regardless of membership or


TODAY-Sunday, May 2nd
Worship Services: 8:30am; 10:45am
Sunday School: 9:45am
Choir Practice: 4:45pm
Nazarene Essentials: 6:00pm
Wednesday, May 6th
Bible Study: 11:00am
Adult Bible Study: 6:30pm
Womens Bible Study: 6:30pm
Youth Ministries: 6:30pm
Childrens Ministries: 6:30pm
Sunday, May 10th
Worship Services: 8:30am; 10:45am
Sunday School: 9:45am
No Evening Service / Activities
**All Childrens Camp Forms Need To Be Turned In

TODAY: May 2nd
1st Service: Carol McGuire, Taylor Chandler
2nd Service: Alicia Reed, Bailee Hastings
PM Service: Linda Guess

April 26, 2015
Tithes & Offerings:
Received: $5,347.75
Received: $260
WEF Paid:

To know more about The Church of the Nazarene and what we

believe, check out our website at

Fiscal Year is 5/1/14 to 4/30/15


1st Service: Lisa Lee, Emma Gilliam
2nd Service: Ruth & Emily Champion
No PM Service

105 Flower Lane Drive

Estill Springs, TN 37330
Phone: 649-3867 Fax: 649-3410
Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday,
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Friday, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Micah 6:8 Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Crisis Care Kits

Crisis Care Kits (CCKs) are a cooperative effort between
Nazarene Compassionate Ministries and Nazarene Missions
International. These kits are distributed in emergency situation to
help individuals who have been affected by natural disasters such
as tornados, winter storms, hurricanes, earthquakes, etc. CCKs
are greatly needed to continue to meet the needs around the
world. The kits have gone to places like California; Greensburg,
KS; Louisiana; New Jersey; Belize; Dominican Republic; Haiti;
Jamaica; Jordan; Philippines; Senegal; Sri Lanka; Ukraine and
Zambia. Your generosity makes an incredible difference!
Two gallon zip lock bags are available at the NMI table in the
hallway. Each bag MUST be filled with the following items. No
deviations or substitutions. Deviating from this list can cause an
entire shipment to be rejected in customs.
1 Shampoo (12 to 18 oz.)
2 Bars of Soap (Bath size or larger)
1 Toothpaste (4.0 to 6.4 oz.)
3 Toothbrushes (in original packaging)
1 Box of Bandaids (30 or more)
1 Fingernail clippers
1 Sturdy hair combs
2 Hand towels
4 Pocket-sized pkgs. Kleenex
1 Beanie Baby-sized stuffed toy
Each Crisis Care Kit (CCK) should contain only the items/
quantities listed. Place all items into a 2-gallon zip-lock bag.
Our Goal is 100 kits!

Church Elections
May 10th
Before & After both Morning Worship Services


Are You Graduating?

We are compiling a list of all who are graduating from high school,
college or vocational school this year. Please give the church
office your info by May 24th.
Name, School, Degree, Future Plans
We will be honoring our graduates on May 31st.


NYC Envelope Fundraiser
Help a teen attend Nazarene Youth Conference this summer.
See a youth in the foyer to get your envelope and get involved.

Thank You...the church has received a Thank You Card from

Jennifer Johnson & Family. Please see the bulletin board.

Mothers Day - May 10th
Morning Worship at 8:30am & 10:45am
Sunday School at 9:45am
No Evening Worship
Memorial Roll Recognition- May 17th
Pentecost Sunday - May 24th
Honoring our Graduates - May 31st
Family Camp: June 7th - 12th
Childrens Camp: June 15th - 19th
Youth Camp: June 22nd - 26th
District Assemblies / Conventions: July 7th - 10th
NYC 2015: July 8th - 12th

Choir Practice Tonight from 4:45pm to 5:45pm

Childrens Camp - June 15-19, 2015

For First through Sixth Graders
Camper & Counselor Forms are available in the foyer or see
Darlene Gilliam. All forms & fees must be turned in by May 10th.

MICAH 6:8 MINISTRY from Sandy Schefcik

Did You Know polling has its place, but generally speaking,
candidates don't lead the voters -- voters lead them? Senator Marco
Rubio (R-Fla.) stated his opinion that "There is no federal constitutional
right to same sex marriage. There isn't such a right. You have to have a
ridiculous reading of the U.S. Constitution to reach the conclusion that
people have a right to marry someone of the same sex." Other stalwarts
like Governor Mike Huckabee and Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas), haven't
budged from their position. While conservatives are usually blamed for
fixating on marriage, Senator Cruz fired back that it's actually liberals
who "are obsessed with mandatory gay marriage in all 50
states." Governor Scott Walker (R-Wisc.) stated "Let me be clear, I
believe marriage is between one man and one woman,.,,,,. I still hold
out hope that the Supreme Court will rule, as has been the tradition in
the past, that the states are the places that get to define what marriage
is. If for some reason they don't ... I believe it's reasonable for the
people of America to consider a constitutional amendment that would
affirm the ability of states to do just that." Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.)
refused to comment on the issue. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.)
stated "To those who say, on the Republican side, we need to abandon
social conservatism so quit talking about these issues because you
can't win an election. Here's my response. You don't know what you're
talking about."
These candidates understand what the media cannot: Regardless of
what the Supreme Court rules on marriage this summer, they won't
settle such a fundamental public policy issue any more than Roe v.
Wade settled abortion in 1973. Forty-two years later, it is an issue in
every election from the President on down.