SEPTEMBER 4, 2016
Service of Worship
The Lord’s Day
September 4, 2016
“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom;
all who follow his precepts
have good understanding.
To him belongs eternal praise.”
Psalm 111: 10 NIV
Welcome to Huron Shores Fellowship!
We are glad that you are here.
GATHERING TO WORSHIP GOD
Words of Welcome and Fellowship Greeting
(Everyone, please sign the Worship Registration Book.)
Glorify Thy Name (9)
To God Be the Glory (56, 1,2,3 …per request)
Tithes and Offerings
Near the Cross (319 vs. 1,2,3)
OBSERVANCE OF THE LORD’S SUPPER
SERVERS: Leora Jacobs, Geri Snell, Janet Grochowski
Jerry & Karen Sparks
Scripture Reading: Psalm 128: 1-6 Anna Kollien
This is the Word of the Lord. Thanks be to God!
“WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE FEAR OF GOD?”
Pastor Jack Williams
Pianist: Becky Sommerfield
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
We encourage you to join us next week at 9:30 a.m. for
Sunday Bible Study. We have classes for all ages.
THIS WEEK at HURON SHORES FELLOWSHIP
TODAY, September 4
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. Morning Worship Service
Infant and Toddler nurseries are available
MONDAY, September 5
TUESDAY, September 6
9:30a.m. Summer Ladies Bible Study
6:30 p.m. Facilities Team
WEDNESDAY, September 7
No Mid-Week Services
FALL PROGRAMMING …
…Starts next week, September 14. We will have the Wednesday Night Potluck Supper at 5:30 followed by Children and Youth programs for all ages, as well as adult study at 6:30
(watch for choir practice announcements) Plan now to bring your family and join us.
Change – PRAYER REQUESTS & PRAISES
Please note your prayer requests and praises on a slip of paper and deposit in the little basket setting in the Foyer.
If you are or have a student going away to college, please notify the church office of your college address. We would also like the names of those attending A.C.C. Church office 358-0047.
OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE
Anyone willing to help out with our Power Points,
please call Evelyn at 464-9769.
Mark Your Calendar…
Sunday, Sept. 18 -Annual Church Business Meeting
Sunday, October 2 – Church Re-dedication Service
OUR DAILY BREAD DEVOTIONAL
The devotional Our Daily Bread is available on the table in the narthex for September, October and November. Please leave a donation for this ministry. Thank You.
CARE AND OUTREACH PROJECT
We are adopting Sunrise Centre Inc. It is a non-profit Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Facility that serves people with addictions that are on Medicaid, under or uninsured from Alpena and surrounding counties. They are always in need of bedding and bathroom supplies, male and female hygiene products, socks and underwear for men and women. There will be a list by the tub in the Narthex.
CD’s of the morning Service/Message are now available. Place your order by signing the clipboard at the sound booth or call the church office. Pick up the finished CD the following week at the Sound Booth. There is no charge for this ministry.
Youth Lock-In -All Night Event Generation RISING
Sept.23- begins 8:00 pm East Campus, 12A Mystery Spot Excursion; 2:00-5:00 A @ Huron Shores Fellowship.
9th – 12th gr. and early college – all attendees must register
COMMUNITY BOTTLE DRIVE
Wed. Sept. 14th from 4-6pm @ Alpena Free Methodist parking lot on Ripley St. All donations go to help offset costs for the Youth Lock-in.
-This is a Community Bottle Drive and BBQ. You are invited to join them for dinner. Cost: Donation for the Community wide lock-in; Where: Alpena Free Methodist parking lot on Ripley St.; When: Wednesday, Sept. 14th for 4-6 p.m.
“WE WOULD LOVE YOUR BOTTLES
AND/OR JOIN US FOR DINNER”
(See Poster by Church office)