NOVEMBER 19, 2017
The Service of Worship
November 19, 2017
“Give thanks to the LORD, Call on HIS name,
Make known among the nations
What HE has done.”
I Chronicles 16:1
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.)
We Are So Blessed (795)
Give Thanks With A Grateful Heart (795)…by request
Jesus Is the Sweetest Name (76)
Jesus, We Just Want to Thank You (791, vs. 1,2)… by request
Choir Anthem: “THANK YOU LORD”
(Children ages 4 yrs. through 3rd grade dismissed.)
Scripture Reading: Psalm 100 Luciana King
This is the Word of the Lord. Thanks be to God!
Message: “Turning Thanksgiving into Thanks -Living”
Closing: Thank You, Lord (513, repeat)
Thank You, Lord, for saving my soul,
Thank you, Lord, for making me whole;
Thank You, Lord, for giving to me
Thy great salvation so rich and free.
Our Life Together…doesn’t stop here, today.
Love each other, as Jesus loves you every day!
Pastor Jack Williams
Song Leader: Pastor Marlon Smith
Pianists: Helen Timm and Tim Troupe
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.
THIS WEEK AT HURON SHORES FELLOWSHIP
TODAY, November 19, 2017
9:00 a.m. Prayer Time in the prayer room
9:30 a.m. Sunday Bible Study for all ages
10:45 a.m. Morning Worship Service
Infant and Toddler nurseries are available
Junior Church (4 yrs. through 3rd grade) will leave the Sanctuary after children’s blessing
TUESDAY, Nov. 21
2:30 p.m. Care and Outreach Team
4:30 p.m. Pastor Search Team
5:30 p.m. Worship & Arts Team
6:30 p.m. Leadership Team
WEDNESDAY, November 22
No Midweek Services
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23
FRIDAY, November 24
7:00-8:30 Safe Harbor Café, in the Fellowship Hall.
Open Mike for Singers and Musicians. All Welcome! Please join us!
Refreshments available by donation for
“Feeding Kids Ministry and Children’s School Lunches.”
Plan to join us for this charitable event
and bring your friends for this fun evening.
Are you going to be alone for Thanksgiving? …
… We can help! Lena Witt is willing to host a Huron Shores Fellowship meal at the church on Thanksgiving Day for members and friends of the church who have no other plans for that day. Please see Lena after the service today or call her at 354-9488 to discuss details.
LADIES BIBLE STUDY CANCELED
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Tuesday afternoon Ladies Bible Study has been postponed for the present time. We are hoping to continue in the New Year. – Martha Hayes
Please let the office know of all scheduled December date changes, committee meetings and special happenings for our church body. We do not want to miss any.
JUST A REMINDER
Our Prayer Team is available to pray for your concerns. If you have a prayer request, please call Becky Sommerfield (517-481-6720) and she will pass it on to the prayer chain.
C.D. Ministry Discontinued.
Our C.D. Ministry has been discontinued due to equipment problems. We are very sorry for this inconvenience.
Planning for Snow (2017-18)
With winter approaching (?), here’s a reminder about our snow policy.
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 and on our web pages.
Huron Shores Fellowship Church/Facebook You can also call the church office (358-0047) .
For Wednesday activities, we will follow the decision of our local public schools. If it’s a snow day for our schools, then we will cancel our Wednesday activities.
For other church activities on other days, we’ll leave it to the individual groups to make their own decision. Please check directly with your group leader for those decisions.
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. But if you determine that it’s not wise to travel, then we encourage you to stay home.