This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
The emphasis in this ordinance is not on what we do, but rather on what Christ has done. In John 13:4 we read: “[Jesus] rose from supper and laid aside His garments, took a towel and girded Himself.” Never in the history of the human race has there been a more arresting scene than that of Jesus washing the feet of His disciples. In this incident was revealed the great truth that salvation involves more than what we do for God—it also includes God … humbling Himself to serve us. It symbolizes the humiliation of Jesus in behalf of humanity. It pictures God’s work for us as an act of cleansing—washing away pride, selfishness, and arrogance … sins that we pick up like dust along the paths of life.” “What could Jesus do that would have reflected His godlikeness more perfectly than the simple act of washing the disciples’ feet? No sermon could have said so eloquently what Jesus said by that act of love. With sublime artistry and dramatic forcefulness the Master left in our minds the picture of Himself, kneeling, towel in hand, before ordinary men.” “This service is infinitely more than an evidence of humility in us. It is a memorial of the humiliation of the Savior of mankind. Thus, the service has a profound meaning. It reminds the worshiper of the grace of God as effectively as do the bread and the wine.… This service teaches the perfect way to level barriers between races and classes of people. … It is a graphic reminder of the greatest event that ever happened in the universe —the act of Jesus in giving Himself to save the world.”
Extract from Adventist World
October 2007 26-28th 27th Women's Retreat Gospel Concert at Manor Project St Swithen’s Church Hall Cary Rd. 6pm - 7.45pm. Free will offering proceeds in aid of flood victims. Children’s day at Burngreave International Slavery Museum
20th October 2007
November 2007 3.10 District Week of Prayer
Burngreave SDA Church, Andover St. Sheffield. S3 9EF. Tel. 0114 279 9755 First Elder: RD Prime 0114 3216300 07878925453
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The Lord’s Supper is a participation in the emblems of the body and blood of Jesus as an expression of faith in Him, our Lord and Savior. In this experience of communion Christ is present to meet and strengthen His people. As we partake, we joyfully proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes again
Minister: Pastor Andrew RashfordHewitt Tel: 0114 240 Mobile: 0793 173
Sabbath School Service
9:30 am to 11:00 am
Song service: Rutendo & Jennifer Chitando Openning song Opening prayer: Mr Chitando Welcome: Jennifer Chitando Thouht of the day: Rutendo Chitando Lesson prayer Lesson study News Bulleting/mission story: Sr Chitando Special item: The Chitandos Closing prayer: Rutendo Chitando
11.15am to 1pm
Song Service: P&W Team Introit: P&W Team Invocation: Elder C. John Opening Hymn: 332 P&W Team Scripture Reading: Luke 22: 8 – 12 Sr A. Thomas Offering: Sr. A. Thomas Pastoral Prayer: Sr P. Muir Children Story: Rutendo Meditation: Jennifer & Co. Sermon: “Power in the Blood” Elder C. John Closing Hymn: 412 Elder R. Prime Ordinance of Humility The LORD's Supper Benediction: Elder C. John
16 year old Jonathan Matondo was killed by a single gunshot to his head in Burngreave.
Lets us remember in pray the people who live in the community around our church? And let us also prayerfully consider the our role and our work in this area.
1. Prayer warrior's training this afternoon at 4pm. Talk/Discussion: "How to Maintain a
Prayer Life" 2. Full Church Board Meeting on next Sunday at 11am. Essential that every Board Member attends. 3. Next Week is Children's Sabbath. Please attend and give the children and Youths your full support. 4. Could anyone who has borrowed any church assets please return them so that they can be accounted for (This includes Hymn books). Should anyone wish to take church property offsite, out of courtesy, please advise the relevant departmental head before doing so. 5. Pathfinder Drumming. Training has been postponed until February 2008. However the
DATE 26th October TIME 5.49pm
Marching and Drilling Training will still be taking place on Sunday.