Huron Shores Fellowship

College Students & Parents

We need the new addresses of our college students. Please call the office at 989.358.0047 and let us update our records. Please also let us know if your student is attending A.C.C. Thank you!

We Need Your Help!

The cleaning teams are at a point again where more help is needed. We have three teams, so if you’d be willing to serve on one, it would involve about an hour and a half every three weeks. Contact Carol Lewis to be a part of this ministry.

Kitchen Sparklers Needed

We are looking for some people to make our Church kitchen and fellowship hall sparkle again. If you would be willing to help us deep clean them, contact Becky Sommerfield or call the Church office at 989.358.0047.

Bulletin – Sept 7, 2014

Service of Worship
The Lord’s Day

September 7, 2014

Worship Leader: Marlon Smith
Pianist: Cheryl Kaye
“You are worthy, our Lord and God,
to receive glory and honor and power,
for you created all things,

and by your will they were created and have their being.”

In worship, we respond to God’s invitation.

He calls us together for His purposes.
And we respond to His invitation by celebrating
His goodness and grace.
God is worthy to receive glory and honor and power –
and that is why we worship Him today.

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
PRAISING GOD WITH OUR SINGING 

Call to Worship/Congregational Praise

Turn Your Eyes upon Jesus (repeat)
You Are My All In All
We Fall Down
Fairest Lord Jesus 
WORSHIPING GOD THROUGH OUR GIVING

The Giving of Tithes and Offerings
Remember, the first Sunday of each month is Benevolence Sunday at
Huron Shores Fellowship. Maintaining a Benevolence Fund is one way
to help those who come to the church for aid during difficult times.

Anthem: “Redeemer”

Cheryl Kaye, director
Children’s Blessing: Pastor Joshua Ray
Special Presentation for All First Graders and Sixth Graders
A special tradition at Huron Shores Fellowship is the presentation of
Bibles to our children. We present Bibles to all of our children when
they enter first grade and sixth grade.
Children’s Worship Time – (Children ages 4 – 2nd grade)

Scripture Reading: Hebrews 12:1-6 (pg. 1877)          Roger Mendel

This is the Word of the Lord. Thanks be to God!
Congregational Singing

In Christ Alone
Morning Prayer
HEARING GOD’S WORD

Message: Marlon Smith

“Focus”
CELEBRATING THE LORD’S SUPPER

Today’s Servers: David & Suzanne Ness
Jon Juola, Jeff Saddler
Skip & Gloria Weaver

RESPONDING TO GOD’S INVITATION

Congregational Response

What Grace Is Mine
Our Life Together
The Passing of the Peace

Leader: The Peace of Christ be with you!
People:    And also with you!
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.
TODAY AT HURON SHORES FELLOWSHIP

9:00 – 9:30          Prayer Time in the prayer room, come and join us.

9:30 a.m.              Bible Study for all ages
10:45 a.m.            Worship Service

Infant and Toddler nurseries are available
6:00 p.m.             Youth Music and Drama Rehearsal at the church

OPPORTUNITIES FOR THIS WEEK
MONDAY, September 8
11:30 a.m.            Luncheons: Men meet at Pizza Hut

Ladies gather at HUNAN

TUESDAY, September 9
4:30 p.m.             Men’s Group
4:30 p.m.             Women’s Bible Study

6:00 p.m.            Servants Team (New Date)
WEDNESDAY, September 10 – Kick-off of our Fall Schedule!

5:45 p.m.             Wednesday Evening Supper
6:30 p.m.             Children and Youth clubs
6:30 p.m.             Adult Bible Study

7:30 p.m.             Choir Practice

THURSDAY, September 11 –

12:00                    Women’s Fellowship at Cabin Creek Café

Wednesday Nights

Our Fall Wednesday Night programming starts September 10.
We will have the Wednesday Night Supper followed by Children and
Youth programs for all ages, as well as an adult study. The study of the
gospel of Mark will be led by Mary Beth Englund. Choir practice will
also be part of the Wednesday line–up. Plan now to bring your family

and join us.
Annual Family Meeting
Correction: Please plan now to attend our Annual Family Meeting,
Sunday, September 21 .
Tuesday Afternoon Bible Studies

Our Tuesday afternoon Bible studies will continue this week. Please
join us at 4:30 for Bible study, prayer and fellowship. There is a group
for men and a group for women. Everyone is welcome!

Pastoral Care Opportunity

If you have a need for pastoral care, please call Chuck Sherwin
(464-2110) or Kevin Englund (657-5573). We hope that you will reach
out if there is a need so that our church family can provide care and

support.
Parents of College Students

Please notify the church office of your College Students address by
calling the office (358-0047). We would also like the names of those
attending A.C.C. Thank you for your help.

Care & Outreach Contact

Becky Sommerfield is now the contact person for the Care & Outreach
team. If you know of a family or individual in a time of need for meals,
cards, illness or loss, please call Becky at 517-481-6720.

Attention Ladies!

If you have any food or articles in the kitchen refrigerator/freezer, please
remove them right away as everything will be cleaned out and disposed of. Thank You.

Wanted – Kitchen Sparklers!

Looking for some people to make our Church kitchen and fellowship hall sparkle
again. If you would be willing to help us deep clean them, call
Becky at 517-481-6720 or call the office and let Judy know.

Winter Coat Ministry

While sorting through bags of coats donated to our Winter Coat Ministry,
I came across a book titled “Thanking God for your Servant Heart.” If this was
purposely left in the bag as a thank you to our team, then we do thank
you for your kind expression of appreciation and I will share the book with
our team members. If it was not intended to be left in the bag of coats,
please let me know and I will see that it is returned to you.
If you are still out and about going to garage sales or talking to friends and
relatives about items of clothing that could be donated, please keep in mind
that we are especially in need of children’s coats, boots and snowpants in

all sizes.

Beginning today, there are orange flyers in the narthex. If you can take
some and help in getting them posted in area business places and perhaps
your own work place, it would be greatly appreciated. This is one way of
getting the word out to the community of what our ministry is all about and
letting them know they are invited to come.
You also have the opportunity to volunteer your time the week of October 6th,
starting with the set up on Tuesday, October 7th or to be here on October 9th
to greet and help those who come and then to help clean up at the end of the day.
Again this year, we are looking for donations of cookies to be served to our guests
on that day. If you can help in any of these ways, the sign up
sheets are also in the narthex beginning today. Thank you once again for all your
support and prayers for our ministry.

Winter Coat Ministry

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Winter Coat Ministry

Thursday – October 9th
9:00 am – 2:00 pm

New and gently used coats, hats, mittens, and other cold weather clothing for men, women, and children. This ministry is free to the community.

3558 M-32 West
Alpena, MI 49707

For more information, call the church office at 989.358.0047

Bulletin – Aug 31, 2014

Service of Worship
The Lord’s Day
August 31, 2014
Worship Leader: Betty Brown
Pianist: Helen Timm
This is how God showed His love among us:
He sent His One and Only Son into the world
that we might live through Him.

                                                         I John 4:9

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
PRAISING GOD WITH OUR SINGING 

Call to Worship/Congregational Praise
Blessed Be the Lord God Almighty 
All Creatures of Our God and King
I Love You Lord

WORSHIPING GOD THROUGH OUR GIVING
The Giving of Tithes and Offerings
Anthem: “Come, Be Baptized” – Cheryl Kaye, director
CELEBRATING GOD’S ACTIVITY

Children’s Blessing: Pastor Joshua Ray
“Let the Church Rise”        Youth Music and Drama Team:

Children’s Worship Time – (Children ages 4 – 2nd grade)
Scripture Reading: Matthew 6:5-15 (1504) Doris Feys

This is the Word of the Lord. Thanks be to God!

Congregational Singing
My Jesus I Love Thee
Morning Prayer
HEARING GOD’S WORD

Message: John Feys

“Prayer”
RESPONDING TO GOD’S INVITATION

Congregational Response

Wherever He Leads 
Our Life Together

The Passing of the Peace
Leader: The Peace of Christ be with you!
People:    And also with you!
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.
TODAY AT HURON SHORES FELLOWSHIP

9:00 – 9:30          Prayer Time in the prayer room, come and join us.

9:30 a.m.              Bible Study for all ages
10:45 a.m.            Worship Service

Infant and Toddler nurseries are available
2:00 p.m.             Baptism Service at home of Barry & Mary Wentz.

Baptism is a public confession of faith in Jesus Christ
as Lord. If you are ready to take this important step,
see Pastor Josh this morning. Please plan to join us.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR THIS WEEK
MONDAY, September 1

                             Labor Day

TUESDAY, September 2 – 1st Day of School
4:30 p.m.             Men’s Group
4:30 p.m.             Women’s Bible Study
6:00 p.m.             Finance Team (New Date)
WEDNESDAY, September 3
6:30 p.m.             Choir Practice at the Church

No Evening Activities

THURSDAY, September 4

12:00                    Women’s Fellowship at Cabin Creek Café

Next Sunday, September 7

We will be observing the Lord’s Supper. Also, the first Sunday of each
month is Benevolence Sunday at Huron Shores Fellowship. Maintaining
a Benevolence Fund is one way to help those who come to the church for
aid during difficult times. The call to provide for the needy is found throughout
the Bible. In Matthew 25:34–40, Jesus emphasizes the need
for benevolence in God’s name. John asks, “If anyone has material possessions
and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can
the love of God be in him?” (1 John 3:17–18).
“God loves a cheerful giver”  (2 Corinthians 9:7).
Monetary gifts dedicated to the Benevolent Fund can be made in the
form of loose bills/change or a loose check/envelope with the specific designation
of “Benevolent Fund”.

Looking Ahead

Our Fall Wednesday Night programming starts September 10. We will
have the Wednesday Night Supper followed by Children and Youth
programs for all ages, as well as an adult study. The study of the gospel
of Mark will be led by Mary Beth Englund. Choir practice will also be
part of the Wednesday line–up. Plan now to bring your family and join us.

Tuesday Afternoon Bible Studies

Our Tuesday afternoon Bible studies will continue this week. Please join
us at 4:30 for Bible study, prayer and fellowship. There is a group for men
and a group for women. Everyone is welcome!

Wanted – Kitchen Sparklers!

Looking for some people to make our Church kitchen and fellowship hall
sparkle again. If you would be willing to help us deep clean them, call
Becky at 517-481-6720 or call the office and let Judy know.

Our Daily Bread Devotional

The devotional Our Daily Bread is available on the table in the narthex
for September, October and November. If you can, please leave a donation

for this ministry. Thank You.
College Students

Students going away to college this fall, please notify the church office of
your College Address by calling the office (358-0047). We would also like the names of those attending A.C.C.Thank you for your help.

Attention Ladies!

If you have any food or articles in the kitchen refrigerator/freezer, please remove them right away as everything will be cleaned out and disposed of. Thank You.

Coat Ministry Needs You!

Do you stop at garage sales during the summer? If you do, don’t forget to look for winter outerwear items that we can use for our coat ministry.
Are you still thinking of cleaning out your closets to get rid of unwanted items of clothing? If you are, please consider donating them.
Our winter outerwear giveaway will be on October 9 this year. Unbelievably, that’s only 6+ weeks away.
We will accept clean coats, hoodies, warm sweaters, hats, gloves, scarves, boots and snow pants.   If you can help by donating any of these items, please bring them to church anytime and leave them in the area next

to Pastor’s office.

Regular updates and news about this important ministry will appear in the bulletin in the weeks to come.

Pastoral Care Opportunity

If you have a need for pastoral care, please call Chuck Sherwin (464-2110)
or Kevin Englund (657-5573). We hope that you will reach out if there is
a need so that our church family can provide care and support.

Care & Outreach Contact

Becky Sommerfield is now the contact person for the Care & Outreach
team. If you know of a family or individual in a time of need for meals,
cards, illness or loss, please call Becky at 517-481