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WELCOME SCHEDULE:

We are so glad you have joined us today! Our desire is that God TODAY - May 12th—Mother’s Day
8:30am & 10:50am Morning Worship Services
would bless and direct our time together. Worship is an interactive, 9:45am Sunday School
participatory experience and our prayer is that the service today No evening service / activities
would strengthen and encourage you on your spiritual journey.
Whether you are new to faith, just coming back to church, or a Wednesday, May 15th
long-time follower of Jesus, we hope you find your time with us 11:00am Wednesday Morning Bible Study
engaging and meaningful. 6:30pm Men's Bible Study in the McCormack Center (Men’s SS Room)
If you are a first time Guest, we have a special gift for you. One of Women’s Bible Study in the McCormack Center (Fireside Room)
our pastors will be in the foyer following the service to meet you Adult Bible Study in the Fellowship Hall
and give you a gift. Youth Ministries in the Youth Sunday School Room
Children's Ministries: Meeting Outside Tonight

Thursday, May 16th


WHAT TO EXPECT TODAY 7:00pm Recovery Court Graduation
All are welcome to come and offer support & encouragement.
Worship: We take time together to connect with God through
song, scripture, fellowship, and prayer. Something special Sunday, May 19th
happens we focus on God together. We invite you to stand and 8:30am & 10:50am Morning Worship Services
sing with us as we praise God, but adopt whatever posture of 9:45am Sunday School
worship is best for you. The song lyrics and scriptures are 4:45pm Choir Practice
projected on screen so that you can follow along. A typical service 6:00pm Evening Worship
lasts about 65 minutes.
Children: We have a fully-staffed Nursery for ages three and
below. Kids ages 4-12 will be dismissed during the service to the NURSERY WORKERS
children’s chapel to be taught by Pastor Linda and her staff. TODAY:
1st Service: Aly Champion, Ruth Champion, Shanna Layne
Sermon: The teaching time seeks to communicate biblical truth in 2nd Service: Cora Brown, Mikey Butner, Tracy Butner
compelling, relevant ways. All of our sermons are available on our No PM Service
website, www.estillnaz.org, and are also podcast. NEXT SUNDAY: May 19th
1st Service: Jacy Butler, Maria Hastings, Tracy Butler
Response: When God is speaking, we take time to respond. 2nd Service: Sydnee Pendergraff, Angela Patterson, Wanda Marsh
Many times this is after the message, but other times it may be in PM Service: Kim Bishop
the middle of the service. Listening and responding to God is one
of the most important things that we do. An invitation is never FINANCIAL STATISTICS: 105 Flower Lane Drive
needed if you want to pray at the altar. April 28, 2018 Estill Springs, TN 37330
Phone: 649-3867 Fax: 649-3410
Communion: We take time regularly to celebrate Communion and Tithes & Offerings: Emails: office@estillnaz.org
welcome all followers of Jesus Christ to participate in this act of Received: $4,068.83 treasurer@estillnaz.org
worship and remembrance regardless of membership or
denomination. Faith Promise: www.facebook.com/estillnaz
Received: $215 www.estillnaz.org
Offering: We give tithes and offerings as a part of worship in Office Hours: May 12, 2019
obedience, celebration, and thanksgiving to the Lord. It’s also just Fiscal Year is 5/1/19 to 4/30/20
Monday - Thursday
our way of saying, “We love our church and we want to support it!” 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
USE OF BUILDINGS...We highly encourage all classes
Are You Graduating?
SUMMER CAMPS 2019 We are compiling a list of all who are graduating from high school, and groups to use our facilities for Bible Studies, dinners,
college or vocational school this year. Please give the following get-togethers, etc.. However, our church is growing and
CHILDREN’S CAMP information to the church office by May 16th. many groups & organizations use our facilities. To avoid
June 10th - 14th For Grades 1-6 overbooking & overlap, we have one central contact/
Name, School, Degree, Future Plans
See Pastor Linda for more info. You can email the office at office@estillnaz.org calendar for scheduling. Please reserve by contacting the
church office Monday thru Thursday. You may call 649-
YOUTH CAMP Graduate recognition will be on May 26th. 3867 or email office@estillnaz.org anytime to reserve use
June 17th - 21st For Grades 7-12 We have received info from the following: of the facilities.
See Pastor Jake for more info. High School Graduates: College Graduates:
Jessica Graham Anna Ezell
Applications for both camps are available for campers and Katelyn Pacheco Bailee Hastings
April Estes Emily Hastings COMMUNITY LIFE
counselors. All completed and notarized forms need to be turned in
Sydnee Pendergraff Jake Beard Bible Study Fellowship
by May 15th. Forms are available in the foyer. Brian Finney Bailee Walls BSF has ended for the year. It will begin again September 12 with the
Recovery Court Graduates: study of Acts on Thursdays 9:30am at Tullahoma First Baptist Church in
Amanda Wilson Bradley Finney their fellowship hall. All women are welcome! For more info: https://
www.bsfinternational.org/
A table has been placed in the foyer where you can leave cards for
our graduates.
COMMUNICATION & ANNOUNCEMENTS: You can reach the church
office by phone at 931-649-3867 or email at office@estillnaz.org. MICAH 6:8 MINISTRY from Sandy Schefcik
Please remember that all bulletin announcements need to be turned
Did you know... that on May 2, 2019, the National Day of Prayer’s
into the office by Tuesday evening each week. Also, please let us
theme was "Love One Another"? The National Day of Prayer was
know when you have an address, phone or email change. Thank you! created in 1952 by a joint resolution of Congress and signed into law by
President Harry S. Truman. In 1988, the law was unanimously amended
by both the House and the Senate and signed into law by President
Ronald Reagan, designating the first Thursday of May as a day of
national prayer. Every president since 1952 has signed a National Day
It is with great joy that we of Prayer proclamation. Unique among all observances in America’s
invite you to share in our happiness national calendar, the National Day of Prayer is an opportunity for us as

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as we exchange marriage vows a nation to come before God and seek His guidance. This year, the
prayer emphasis was for something that has been painfully absent in
Matthew Davis America lately: love. But for all of the country's challenges, there's one
thing we can take great encouragement in: this emphasis on prayer
comes naturally. We are a believing nation, who -- even now --
Bailee Hastings understands the power of seeking God's face. More people in America
do that every day than any wealthy country in the world. According to
Pew Research, 55 percent of our nation prays daily -- that's higher,
May 17, 2019
6:00pm authors point out, than the world average (49 percent) and significantly
September 6-8, 2019 higher than the 40 percent average of affluent countries. The reason,
105 Flower Lane Drive Annual Ladies Retreat they believe? America's unique emphasis on freedom. We are still one
Estill Springs, TN In Pigeon Forge, TN of the most "open religious 'markets'" in the world, if not the most.