..October 20, 2013

Roseland Reformed Church

Pastor Ben Shoup, Presiding

October 20th, 2013

9:30 A.M. Worship

Prelude

Announcements

Call & Response: Call: "Why do we pray together?"

Response: "To get in on what God is doing."

Praise Time

Congregational Prayer

Hymn #115 “Come, Christians, Join to Sing”

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:4-14 and 13:1-7

(Scripture Reader: Paul D.)

Hymn #290 “Pentecostal Power”

(General Offering to be gathered.)

Benediction

Closing Chorus: verse 3 of #531 “Because I Have Been Given Much”

Postlude

Welcome to

Roseland Reformed Church

Our Purpose Statement

We live to know, love and worship God.

We gather to love and encourage each other.

We go out to serve and share the Gospel with others in Jesus' name.

We welcome you to our worship today and invite you to join us in our multi-purpose room after the morning worship service for a time of fellowship.

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Today at Roseland Reformed Church

9:30 A.M……….Morning Worship

Organist: Laura

Cookies: Cake for Pastor Appreciation Sunday! Please join us!

Greeters: Brett & Christel R. and Chad & Traci S.

Ushers: Brett R., Arlin Z., Jeff S.

10:45 A.M.- Sunday School

11:00 A.M.- Adult Bible Study starts today, It is a Chip Ingram video series. Talk with Chad S. or Amanda V. if you have questions.

7:00 P.M.- Evening Bible Study. All are welcome!

Pastor Appreciation Sunday is TODAY, Sunday, October 20th! We will be honoring Pastor Ben & Megan with love and appreciation for their ministry in our Church. Please join us for cake and coffee following the morning worship service. There will be a basket for cards and notes of encouragement.

THIS WEEKS EVENTS AT ROSELAND REFORMED CHURCH:

Monday, October 21st- 7:00 P.M.- Friendship Class,

Willmar CRC, lesson 3, lunch: Nancy and Stephanie

Tuesday, October 22nd-

7:00 P.M.- Prayer Shawl Ministries. We will meet in

the library, and encourage anyone

interested in joining, to come and fellowship

with us.

7:00 P.M. - Women's Bible Study, with Mary Lu P., we

are studying Spiritual Warfare.

Wednesday, October 23rd-

Wed. Night Activates: 5:45-6:15 P.M.-Supper

6:15-7:30 P.M.- Adventure Club (Operation Christmas

Child!!)

6:16-7:30 P.M.- Junior High YF

6:30 P.M.- Praise team practice.

Reformation Service:

"Roseland Reformed Church invites you to join us for a Reformation Day celebration service on October 27th at 6pm. Bethany Reformed Church in Clara City has gracefully allowed us to use their church to host the service. The offering will go to help build a parsonage for a new pastor and his family, in Romania. We look forward to celebrating what God has done through the Church, with you, our brothers and sisters in Christ.

We will invite any willing from the congregation to come forward and form a mass choir for the final hymn, "A Mighty Fortress."

Nursery care will be available. If you have any questions talk with Pastor Ben.

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___________________Announcements:_____________________

Consistory leadership nominations will soon be made by the congregation. To assist in nominating the congregation will be provided with a list of nomination eligible members. If you prayerfully feel that you should not be a nominee for our consistory, would you tell on of our Elders your wishes. Our Elders will be available in the Library after worship today, Oct. 20th.

You are invited to join us for a Fall Trail Ride on Sunday, November 3 at 1:30pm. We will ride out from the Pennings Trail Head at their home (6600 225th Ave SW, Renville.), Pot luck supper to follow. If you would like to ride & need a horse, we can find one for you. Call Brett or Christel at 320.220.3824.

We have so much to be thankful for! Let’s get together as a body of believers and enjoy a traditional thanksgiving dinner on Sunday, November 3rd, at 11:30am. The whole family (and someone special to you), is invited and encouraged to come. If you could help with bringing a dessert; we need 11- (9x13 pan) desserts. If you can please indicate that you can help bring on the sign-up sheet that is placed on the display table for each family to indicate how many they expect to be there. Deadline is October 27th. There will be a free-will offering taken to cover expenses.

Ladies: Please hand in the half-sheet of paper (it was in your mailboxes) with the updated information for the upcoming 2014 (RCWM) ministries. They are due Oct. 27th.

"October is national food shelf month and we are collecting donations all month long! Please leave your donation in the box at the back of church"

The Friesen Historical Society invites you to the annual Soup and Pie Supper on Tuesday, October 29 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm at the Clara City Community Center. A free-will offering will be taken. There will also be a bake sale and craft boutique."

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_______________________________Thank You:__________________________

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to the Wednesday youth fundraiser, for pillow pets. Roseland Reformed raised $471. There is a thank you email on the back table in the foyer for more information. Once again thank you all for helping with this project.

Adventure club and JYF

________________________Community Announcements:_________________

"First CRC Youth Group would like to invite you to our annual Persecution Run. It is on October 23rd, at 7 pm at First Church in the sanctuary. Dress warm and we hope to see you there!"

"CMCS Service Project: CMCS students, grades 7-12, will be coming to the communities of Raymond, Roseland, and Prinsburg to do yard work. The date is yet to be determined. They will be raking leaves, and doing general yard clean up. If you would like to get on the list to make sure that they stop by, please contact the school office 978-8700."

"Accountability? We're here for you!

Are you trying to live a healthy lifestyle but struggling on your own? Good news, Prinsburg Weight Watchers, which meets at 6:30 am on Tuesday Mornings at Unity Christian Reformed church, is working hard to get enough participants to keep it going! This is such a great fun group! Weight Watchers has a fall promo that gives you 14 weeks for the price of 12. That means that for $156.00 you will receive all the benefits of membership from October 29 through February 11 (not meeting Christmas Eve and New Years Eve). That is 2 FREE weeks! Also, if you reserve your spot by October 22with check, credit card or cash you will receive a FREE WW Cookbook valued at $10 to $15. Contact April Swierenga at 320-905-4458 or 320-978-4300 for more information or to sign up! We are getting healthy together!"

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Upcoming Service Reminders

Sunday, October 27th, 2013 9:30 A.M. Worship

-Mission of the Month Offering to be gathered: Jackson County Ministries

Lay Reader: Tim W.

Cookies: Elaine S., Annette S., Marilyn VB

Greeters: Terry & Darla S. and Adam & Stephanie S.

Ushers: Jeff S., Brett R., Arlin Z.

Congregation we want your help! Adventure club kids will be having a Service Project night on Wednesday, October 23. Each child will be packing a shoe box for Operation Christmas Child, project of Samaritan's Purse. We are asking that you bring some items to help fill our boxes. Choose items for a girl or a boy ages 5-9 or 10-14. There will be a box in the foyer for you to put your unwrapped items in.

The boxes will be distributed to children in other countries that would never get a Christmas present and who might never here about Jesus. Our boxes will go to a center in the cities where gospel materials will be added. If you would like information on doing your own box you can contact Wendy Dehmlow.

Here is a list of items we are looking to collect:

School supplies: pens, pencils and sharpeners, crayons, markers, stamps or ink pads, writing pads or paper, solar calculators, coloring and picture books, etc.

Toys: small cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yos, jump ropes, small Etch A Sketch, toys that light up or make noise (with extra batteries), slinky, etc.

Hygiene items: Toothbrush, toothpaste, mild bar soap (in a plastic bag) comb, washcloth, etc.

Other: T-shirts, socks, ball caps, sunglasses, hairclips, toy jewelry, watches,

flashlights (with extra batteries)

NO: war- related items, chocolate, or food, out -of -date candy, liquids or lotions, breakable items like a snowglobe etc.