FEBRUARY 14, 2016

Service of Worship
February 14, 2016

“ Sing to God, sing praise to his name,
extol him who rides on the clouds
his name is the Lord and rejoice before him.”
Psalm 68:4 NIV

Welcome to Huron Shores Fellowship!
We are glad that you are here.

GATHERING TO WORSHIP GOD
Words of Welcome and Fellowship Greeting
Invitation to Worship
Prelude
Opening Prayer – Prayer Requests

PRAISING GOD WITH OUR SINGING
Here I Am to Worship
Here I am to worship, here I am to bow down,
Here I am to say that You’re my God.
You’re altogether lovely, altogether worthy,
Altogether wonderful to me.

The Old Rugged Cross

WORSHIPING GOD THROUGH OUR GIVING
Offertory Prayer
Prayer

Scripture Reading: John 15:9-14 Cindy Lewis
This is the Word of the Lord. Thanks be to God!

Choir Anthem

Surely the Presence of the Lord Is in This Place

Morning Prayer

WORSHIPING GOD THROUGH HEARING HIS WORD

“Loving Difficult People”
Romans 5:8

Closing Hymn
Wonderful Words of Life

Interim Pastor: Jack Williams
Worship Leader: Marlon Smith
Pianist: Helen Timm
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As guests of Huron Shores Fellowship, we extend a warm welcome to you! If you’d like to learn more about our Fellowship, please take a guest information packet with you today.

We encourage you to join us next week at 9:30 a.m. for Sunday Bible Study. We have classes for all ages.
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“PRAYER CHAIN” – Notice New Contact
There are times when we have all needed immediate prayer for our family, loved ones and friends. Huron Shores Fellowship now has a PRAYER CHAIN to help in those circumstances. If you would like to request prayer, please contact Cheryl Herman at 989-884-0388 and .. if she can’t be reached call Becky Sommerfield at 517-481-6720. She will pass it on to the prayer chain.

PASTORAL CARE OPPORTUNITY
If you have a need for pastoral care, Pastor Jack Williams will be available at the church on Thursdays from 12pm – 4pm. Please call ahead to verify that he is available.

SUNDAY SCHOOL OPPORTUNITY
Martha Hayes will begin teaching the Book of John on Sunday February 14. If you have any questions concerning this study, please let her know. Thank You.

Finding Hope Northeast Michigan 2016
February 19, 20, 21 Free Event @ AHS Auditorium,

“Finding Hope in Our…….” Three chances to invite your friends and unsaved folks to hear the hope found in Jesus Christ. There will also be a message for children featuring puppets and Gospel “magic”.

AT HURON SHORES FELLOWSHIP
TODAY, February 14, 2016

9:00 a.m. Prayer Time in the prayer room
9:00 a.m. Coffee and fellowship in Gathering Room
for everyone.
9:30 a.m. Sunday Bible Study for all ages
10:45 a.m. Worship Service
Infant and Toddler nurseries are available

12:00 Potluck Lunch – Everyone welcome.
2:00 HYMN SING in the Sanctuary – bring
your family, and invite your friends.

5:00 p.m. “Lighthouse” (9 -12th grade)

WEDNESDAY, February 17
4:30 p.m. Search Team
5:30 p.m. Choir Practice
5:45 p.m. Potluck Dinner
6:15 p.m. Communion Servers Training (see below)
6:30 p.m. Kid’s and Youth Groups
6:30 p.m. Adult Bible Study with Pastor Jack –Join Us!

COMMUNION SERVERS
If you would like to be part of serving Communion, please let Anna Kollien (989) 657-1494 or Evelyn Avery (989) 464-9769 know. Training will be held Wednesday, February 17 at 6:15 p.m. in the Sanctuary.

NEXT SUNDAY – FELLOWSHIP MEETING
Sunday, February 21, immediately following Worship service will be our Fellowship Meeting. We will be voting on Team Members and Chairpersons for all Leadership Teams at this time. If you have any nominations for our Leadership Teams, please contact: Anna Kollien (Chair) (989)657-1494 Evelyn Avery (V-Chair) (989) 464-9769. Remember, all Fellowship is invited to the meeting, but only membership can vote. If you want to become a member, please see Anna Kollien or Evelyn Avery for more information.

YEAR-END GIVING STATEMENTS FOR 2015
Please pick up your year-end statements – available in Narthex.

FINANCE TEAM
WELCOME to our new Treasurer Janet Grochowski

We still need one more person to join Finance Team.

USHERS NEEDED
If you are interested, please contact Ron Chatfield at (989) 595-8861

2016 OFFERING ENVELOPES
If you did not see a pack of envelopes with your name and would like one, sign the available sheet or call the church office, 358-0047. If you want an accounting for tax purposes next year, you need to use a numbered envelope for recording purposes.

GRATITUDE – (see picture on bulletin board)
To Huron Shores Fellowship, Thank you for your endless love and support of us and our ministries…we lift you up in prayer. Love and gratitude, (Our missionaries), Podgaisky family: Gennady, Mina, Bogdon, Mark and Ava Maria

Our Daily Bread Devotional
The devotional Our Daily Bread is available on the table in the Narthex for March, April and May. Please leave a donation for this ministry. Thank You.

WE WANT YOUR BOTTLES AND CANS
The Buffalo, New York Mission Team is collecting empty cans/bottles in order to raise money for the trip. Bring your cans/bottles at the Sunday School entrance. If you would like us to come to your house and pick up your empties, please call Shannon Sherwin 590-2206

CARE AND OUTREACH PROJECT
For our current project we are collecting things for the Women’s Shelter kitchen. When the abused women leave their home, they leave everything behind. The shelter finds them jobs and helps them get set up in a place to live. We are asking for utensils, dishes, dish towels & cloths, pot holders, etc. Anything you would need in a kitchen. (This project runs thru February.)

PLANNING FOR SNOW
In general, whenever it’s possible, we will plan to keep our regular schedule. If weather is extremely bad, however, we will cancel services and activities. We will try to make that decision as early as possible – and we will communicate any cancellations with local radio stations (WATZ & WHSB) TV station, WBKB our web page(www.huronshoresfellowship.org and on the church Facebook Page ( Huron Shores Fellowship church/Facebook )

Even though we will try to maintain our regular schedule, we want you to feel comfortable about your own personal decision about traveling in bad weather. If your area happens to be dangerous, or if you are snowed in, we encourage you to use your own judgment. Please do not travel if it seems unsafe to you. Please know that we will understand your decision and – even if you have responsibilities here – we will find a way to cover for you. If you are able to come, please come.

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