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12 Wednesday, April 10, 2013 The Montmoreny County Tribune You are invited to come and gather in Jesus' name at the Lewiston Congrega- tional United Church of Christ this Sunday, April 14. The service begins at 10:30 a.m. There is Sunday School for children 4 years old to 10 years old. Rev. Keith Titus will be our wor- ship leader. The liturgist is Betty Clark. Roberta Hanna and Gretchen New- ton are the musician, for the morning. After the service, we wel- come everyone to join us downstairs for a time of re- freshments and fellowship The Board of Trustees .... willbe meeting on Sunday, April 14 at 9 a.m. Mike Nichols will lead morning prayer services at CalvaryEpiscopal Church on the second Sunday of April. Please join us for 11 a.m. worship, with coffee and fellowship following in the Founders' Room The community food pantry is open on the sec- ond and fourth Thursday of each month. The pantry serves area families and individuals who may need assistance with grocery and personal care items. If you are able, we welcome your donations to help fill the pantry shelves. Canned goods, peanut butter, shampoo, condi- tioner, bath and laundry soap are needed espe- cially. A donation basket is available at the Hillman Wright Library if that's a more convenient spot for you to drop off items. Thank you in advance for your help! Our prayer list for this week includes Ruth, Earlene, Mike, Mary, Roxanne and Rebecca. Please include these folks in our prayers this week. Those celebrating a birthday are Doris Behring, April 1; Virgil Allen, April 3; Earlene Rea, April 13; and Phyllis Benac and Todd Porter on April 14. Happy birthday, allI If you'd like information on services or activities at the church, please leave a message on the answering system and we'll be sure to call you back. The church number is 989-742-3111. Have a blessed week! New Beginnings Minis- tries welcomes you to join us for Sunday morning worship with Pastor Dave Hill at 10:45 a.m. The ladies meet every Wednesday at 10 a.m. and all are welcome to join them. The men meet every Thursday at 8:30 a.m. for prayer time and discus- sion. We will be holding a con- ' cert on June 1 with the Besser Chorus. Please join US. Our prayer list this week includes pastor and his family, our country and leaders, the lost, the sik and shut-ins, and our young people. God bless you all this week. the reading found in Rev- Father is available for pri- elation chapter 5 verses 1- vate confessions during 14. The title of the sermon this time. Any Catholic in is "What a Revelation!" The the Atlanta area who is un- vision of the Lord is majes- tic, but the message is transforming! We will be closing with the well- known hymn "Crown Him with Many Crowns." Please join us on April 14 at 10:30 a.m. for a Sunday morning filled with God's word! On Sunday, April 7 at Hillman United Method- ist Church Pastor Don chose "Whose Fault?" as the title for his sermon, which was based on the Gospel Lesson from lohn 9:1-12. The choir sang ]esustheGoodShepherd "Breath on Me, Breath of Catholic Parish of Atlanta God" and "Victory in celebrates mass with our Jesus." They were accom- pastor, Fr. Rolando Silva, panied by Sue Barsen on at 4:30 p.m. each Saturday the piano. Ashley Bartow and all are welcome to at- acted as acolyte and tend. The Rosary is prayed Darrell and Ashley Bartow before mass at 4 p.m., and were ushers. Two beautiful lilies adorning the altar stands were given by Betty Seymour in memory of her husband, Stan Seymour. There were also flowers given by the following in memory of loved ones: Frank and Margaret DeMaggio in memory of Sarah and Russell De Maggio, Lillian and : Lawrence Kempel and Elizabeth De Maggio; and Mark Vanderveer in memory of his wife, Hazel. Also flowers were given by Ron and Ada Ferguson, Jim and Emma Elkie, Al and Malynda Dubie and Kendell and Diane Hardies. We thank every- one who helped to beau- tify our sanctuary with flowers during Easter. Our Christian sympathy goes to the family of Jewell Church in the loss of their loved one. Our congratulations and birthday blessings go to Gary Baillargeon who had a birthday April 7; Bill O'Neil, April 8; Mark Vanderveer, April 10; Alita Richard, April 11 and Chris, Geister on April 12. We were blessed on Good Friday to go to the First Baptist Church of Atlanta for theMCMAGoodFriday Service, which was a very inspiring service with Pas- tor Dave Fisher from the Full Gospel Church giving the message, and with all the involvement of the pas- tors from all the other churches and ours. We also appreciated hearing the choirs with the music that focused on the cross. We thank you and God bless all of you. Sundaty, April 14 the Sac- rament: of Holy Commun- ion will be observed. Ron Elrod will be in con ........ cert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 20 at the Spratt United Methodist Church. Everyone is welcome! - F: There are monthly calen- dars on the table in the narthex, if you didn't get .... one yet. Please remember our prayer requests. We. wish everyone a blessed week! At Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Lewiston, we are still in the Easter mes- sage. On sunday, April 14, Pastor Thiel will preach on able to attend mass for health reasons and would like to receive communion should contact Sue at the church office (742-4542) to make arrangements for a home visit from our Eu- charistic Ministers. We will have a social after mass on Saturday, April 20, to celebrate our titular day: Jesus the Good Shepherd! All are invited to join us for coffee and desserts. Before mass on Saturday, April 27, we will be asking for nominations for people to serve on the Pastoral Council. There are two openings, each for a 3 year period. We hope that you will prayerfully consider how you can serve your parish. Biblical Selection will take place before Mass on Saturday, May 4. We invite you to join us every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at the Atlanta Congrega- tional United Church of Christ as we worship our Lord. We welcome every- one, wherever you are on your spiritual journey. There are many that we lift up in prayer this week, including: Barb Esper, Me- lissa, Joe Jr., Jerry Michalski, Wanda, Claudia, Rich and Phebe, unspoken, Tom and Sonja Angel, Terri's friend, Bill Rougue, Eileen, Nan and Bud, the family of David Wilson, Dana's veterinar- ian in Alpena, and those serving our country in the military.Aprayer ofjoywas expressed this Sunday for the choir and the organist/ director. The church that we are lifting in prayer this month is the Ironton Congrega- tional United Church of Christ., in Ironton, MI. They are currently in the search process for a new shepherd for their flock. 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