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12 Wednesday, September 25, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune The Lewiston Congrega- tional United Church of Christ invites you to wor- ship with us this. Sunday, Sept. 28. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m. David L. Engel will be bringing the message "The Potter's Jar." Betty Clark will be the liturgist, Linda Arbogast and Denise Makranyi will be the musicians. The Scripture readings will be Jeremiah 32: 1-3, 14-16, Psalm 91: 1-6, 14-16 and I Timothy 6: 6-19. After the service please join us for a time of fellowship during the coffee hour. Happy anniversary to Shawn and Wendy Hous- ton (2000), Sept. 30, Carroll and Georgene (Teri) Lee (1949) and Nan and Bud Plane (1960), both on Oc- tober 1, and John and Joan Penrod (1992), October 3. Congratulations! "The Haves and the Have-Nots" will be the ser- mon topic at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Lewiston for Sunday, Sep- tember 29, 2013. Pastor Thiel will use Luke 16:19- 31 to show us that God has given the law and the prophets and the good news of the kingdom for people to have as Hisword. Immediately following the 10:30 a.m. divine wor- ship service we will have a potluck dinner. This din- ner will welcome all those that became members of Bethlehem Lutheran dur- ing the current year, and will also celebrate the birthdays of those mem- bers that have attained 90 years of age. God has granted them many years and we rejoice with them. At the Hillman United Methodist Church Pastor Lisa chose "Life in a Grace Shaped Church: All for .,- Christ" as the title for her sermon, which was based on scripture from 1 Timo- thy 2:1-7. The choir per- formed, accompanied by Sue Barsen on the piano. Bill Morrison acted as aco- lyte, and Bill, Wayne Caswell and Jim Elkie were the ushers. Thank you to Kathy Bonner for serving the refreshments. On Sunday, Sept. 29 th, please be prepared for the noisy offering. Also, there will be breakfast in the fel- lowship hall following the - service. Please pray for those on the prayer list, for church growth, our pastors, those in our community, our military personnel and their families, flood vic- tims in Colorado, and those who are traveling. Birthday blessings go out to ]oshua Cordes, Sept. 24; Noel Hardies and LiUian 1" Gudding, Sept. 25; and Lisa Gobel, Sept. 26. Sympathy to the families of Roselind Klein, Marie Scheske and Arvella Mae "Sis" McMurphyin the loss ,, of their loved ones. If you know of someone who would like a visit, pleaselet Pastor Lisa know. The Charge Conference will be held Sept. 29 at the church at 7 p.m. Please plan on attending. The staff/pastor/parish meet- ingwith the District Super- intendent will be held at 8 p.m. Please remember our prayer requests. Everyone have a blessed week! Jesus the Good Shepherd CathoBc Parish of Atlanta celebrates mass with our pastor, Fr. Rolando Silva, at 4:30 p.m. each Saturday and all are welcome to at- tend. The Rosary is prayed before mass at 4 p.m., and Father is available for pri- vate confessions during this time. Any Catholic in the Atlanta area who is un- able to attend mass and would like to receive Com- munion should contact Sue at the Rectory (742- 4542) to make arrange- ments for a home visit from our Eucharistic Ministers. Land of Peace nonprofit organization, will be visit- ing this Saturday with hand-carved religious ar- ticles from the Holy Land on display and for sale. All proceeds are for the help and support of the Holy Land Christians. On Tuesday, Oct. 1, at 1 p.m., the CCWwill be host- ing their annual baby shower for the Atlanta Baby Basket. All ladies are invited for an afternoon of fun. Please bring an un- wrapped baby gift. At Big Rock Congrega- tional Church we finished our Rediscovering Our Roots series on the book of Genesis on Sept. 15. The last study emphasized a repetitive theme from our study. That is in spite of our consequences we sometimes bring upon ourselves in life, we have hope because God holds our future ha his hands and he will always remain faithful. This last Sunday we be- gan a new short study on Paul's personal letter to Philemon. We noted from the warmth of his saluta- tion Paul had a special bond with those who re- ceived this letter: We also saw that when we do not actively share our faith we remain immature as well as hinder the growth of Christ's kingdom. So we are to pray for those God brings to mind to boldly share their faith and to un- derstand Christ more fully. Paul's letter to Philemon has made a huge impact in the world. Some may go so far as to say it caused the American Civil War. Next week we will delve into the real reason for this letter and the impact that it has even today in the world. Join us this week in the church basement at 7 p.m. for the men's Bible study and at 8:15 a.m. Wednes- day for Healthy Lifestyles group, and then at 9 a.m. for coffee and breakfast. Members and guests of St. John Lutheran Church, Hillman observed the 18th Sunday After Pentecost last Sunday. Thank you to Walter, Glenna and Luella for assisting Pastor Mandley with the worship service. Flowers on the al- tar were placed in loving memory of Herman Sauer by Elsie and family. Our Christian sympa- thies go to the family of Marie Scheske as they mourn her death. Bible study continues on Thursday mornings a t 10 a.m. Confirmation classes are held on Sunday morn- ings at 8:45 and worship services begin at 10 a.m. Happybirthdaythisweek to ]enna Bahrke, Bill Brandt, Joyce Cordes, Sheryl Herbert, Tom Barrie, Julie Luebke, Ashley Brandt and Billy Brandt. At the Community Bap- tist Church of Hillman Sunday was very special this week. Pastor Killion was back at church giving the Sunday message. God bless all of you who have been praying for him and his family. We know that God is hearing your prayers and has been an- swering them. God is so good! Bill ]orgensen and Ava Holford sang our special song, "Victory in Jesus" this week. Thanks to both of you. On Sept. 29 there will be a fifth Sunday sing at Bambi Lake at 6 p.m. There will be breakfast at the church on October 5 at 10 a.m. We are accepting dona- tions of clean clothes, housewares, furniture, and appliances for the up- coming fall give-away. If you need them picked up, please call the church at 989-742-2401. Leave your name, phone number and we'll return your call. Also, we are still collecting cans for our church fund. We are asking for special prayers for Pastor Killion and his family. Please pray for the unsaved people of this world, the sick, in- jured, hungry, homeless, and forgotten. Have a God filled week. All are invited to Atlanta Congregational United Church of Christ Saturday, Sept. 28, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. when the Women's