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October, 9 2016 – 9:30 a.m.
Prelude
The Light represents God’s Presence. The Bible reminds us that God’s word is central.
Greeting Pastor Peter Curts

Welcome Debbie Nale, Liturgist

Discipleship Opportunities

Greet Your Neighbors

Hymn Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) FWS 3104

Scripture Reading Isaiah 43:18-19 Debbie Nale, Liturgist

Children’s Message Ella Reff

Offertory “Great Is the Lord” Chikako Sloan


Doxology UMH 95

The Altar is open for Prayer during Prayer time.

Call To Prayer Apostles Creed

Response Leader: Lord, have mercy.

People: Christ, have mercy.

Pastoral Prayer Pastor Peter Curts

Lord’s Prayer

Hymn Alas! And Did My Savior Bleed v. 1,3,5 UMH 359

Morning Message Judge & Redeemer Pastor Peter Curts
Closing Hymn They’ll Know We Are Christians By Our Love

Benediction Pastor Peter Curts

Postlude “Be Still, My Soul” Chikako Sloan
Liturgist: Debbie Nale

Ushers: Bridget Flanagan, Joy Sours, Sharon and Jim Wills

Nursery Volunteers: Mary Jo Estep, Cindy Sollars


Attendance last Sunday: 94

Covenant Partners Collection: $614



Greeters: Garry and Ella Reff


Sermon Notes




YUMC Mission: Reaching, Teaching, Serving and Caring for others to make disciples of Jesus Christ.

YUMC Vision: Everyone in the surrounding community will have the opportunity to know God and deepen their faith.



CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Today – Pastor out of office through October 18

9:30 a.m. Traditional Worship/Children’s Church/Child Care

10:45 a.m. “Finance Peace University,” taught by Allison Curts, in Room 3/4 CIK

10:45 a.m. Sunday School--The TFL Class in Rooms 1 & 2. Everyone is welcome.

11:15 a.m. Ladies Who Munch to Applebees
Monday

5:30 p.m. Zumba – FH

6:30 p.m. Scouts – TFL/CIK/FH

Tuesday

10:30 a.m. Ladies Bible Study, off-site, contact is Loretta Hiatt

5:30 p.m. Lydia Circle to eat at Pizza King

7:00 p.m. Lydia Circle Meeting at YUMC


Wednesday

8:30 a.m. Ladies Breakfast at Osborn’s Country Kitchen

5:30 p.m. Zumba—Fellowship Hall

Thursday

7:00 p.m. Bible Study, Fellowship Hall, Leader Peggy Skinner


Friday
Saturday

9:00 a.m. Zumba

9 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. REACH (food bank) 9108 Sutherland Ave.

9:00 a.m. Industry Craft Bazaar/Sour Lunch


Sunday

9:30 a.m. Traditional Worship/Children’s Church/Child Care

10:45 a.m. Sunday School--The TFL Class in Rooms 1 & 2. Everyone is invited.

10:45 a.m. “Finance Peace University,” taught by Allison Curts, in Room 3/4 CIK


Yorktown United Methodist Church


October 9, 2016

2301 Broadway Street

Yorktown, Indiana 47396

765-759-7411
Email: yumc@yumcind.net

pastorpeter@yorktownumc.org

secretary@yorktownumc.org

Website: www.yorktownumc.org

Opportunities
The November 6 Communion Offering will be for YUMC Christmas Basket Fund.

Financial Peace University is a nine-week class that shows you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and more! The class meets Sundays through Nov. 20 from 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Childcare is provided.
Hearing Devices and Large Bulletins are available. October Newsletters/Calendars are in the narthex.
Ladies Who Munch go to Applebees at 11:15 a.m. today, October 9.

Lydia Circle to Pizza King at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11 then at 7:00 p.m. to YUMC for your meeting.

Ladies Breakfast at Osborn’s Country Kitchen, Wednesday, October 12 at 8:30 a.m.

Bible Study at YUMC is 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 13 with the leader, Peggy Skinner.
All Saints Day, Sunday, November 6, is when we remember, celebrate and recognize those who have gone ahead of us and have made their mark on humanity and upon the church. Please provide Pastor Curts, the Nurture Team members, or the church secretary the name of your loved one, date of death, and a picture you would like to share with us for the slide presentation by Friday, October 21.
Community Meal at YUMC was on Tuesday, September 27 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.   You served 61 in house, had 36 carry outs, and 18 home bound deliveries. Fifteen volunteers (5 were BSU students earning community service for their sorority) worked very hard for Outreach.

For the Covenant Partners’ Community Day Bags, we need 4 roll packages only of toilet paper, a small box of Kleenex, a bottle of shampoo with conditioner, a bottle of dish soap, a bottle of laundry detergent, and a bar of unscented soap.  If you want to make up kits containing all six items just put them in plastic bags but double up the bags.  We also will gladly accept single item donations of any of these products.  Our goal is to donate 25 bags each month and we will appreciate any support given.  For September Community Day, you gave 25 completed bags, miscellaneous items and cleaning supplies.  Thank you!
The Youth Group is still collecting box tops to take into their classrooms. There are jars in the Narthex to place Box Tops and Soup/Education Labels if you would like to collect them and bring them in for the youth.

We will be packing shoe boxes again for the Operation Christmas Child this year. Our packing/luncheon day will be November 6 right after worship, so mark your calendars. There are tables set up downstairs outside the nursery for all donations (we have plenty of crayons). If anyone would be interested in helping serve lunch that day, please see Jessica Ward or Jenny Richman.



REACH food bank is Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Oct. 15 at 9108 Sutherland Avenue.

Industry Craft Bazaar/Soup Lunch, Saturday, October 15, 9:00 a.m.

Opportunities
The November 6 Communion Offering will be for YUMC Christmas Basket Fund.

Financial Peace University is a nine-week class that shows you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and more! The class meets Sundays through Nov. 20 from 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Childcare is provided.
Hearing Devices and Large Bulletins are available. October Newsletters/Calendars are in the narthex.
Ladies Who Munch go to Applebees at 11:15 a.m. today, October 9.

Lydia Circle to Pizza King at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11 then at 7:00 p.m. to YUMC for your meeting.

Ladies Breakfast at Osborn’s Country Kitchen, Wednesday, October 12 at 8:30 a.m.

Bible Study at YUMC is 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 13 with the leader, Peggy Skinner.
All Saints Day, Sunday, November 6, is when we remember, celebrate and recognize those who have gone ahead of us and have made their mark on humanity and upon the church. Please provide Pastor Curts, the Nurture Team members, or the church secretary the name of your loved one, date of death, and a picture you would like to share with us for the slide presentation by Friday, October 21.
Community Meal at YUMC was on Tuesday, September 27 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.   You served 61 in house, had 36 carry outs, and 18 home bound deliveries. Fifteen volunteers (5 were BSU students earning community service for their sorority) worked very hard for Outreach.

For the Covenant Partners’ Community Day Bags, we need 4 roll packages only of toilet paper, a small box of Kleenex, a bottle of shampoo with conditioner, a bottle of dish soap, a bottle of laundry detergent, and a bar of unscented soap.  If you want to make up kits containing all six items just put them in plastic bags but double up the bags.  We also will gladly accept single item donations of any of these products.  Our goal is to donate 25 bags each month and we will appreciate any support given.  For September Community Day, you gave 25 completed bags, miscellaneous items and cleaning supplies.  Thank you!
The Youth Group is still collecting box tops to take into their classrooms. There are jars in the Narthex to place Box Tops and Soup/Education Labels if you would like to collect them and bring them in for the youth.

We will be packing shoe boxes again for the Operation Christmas Child this year. Our packing/luncheon day will be November 6 right after worship, so mark your calendars. There are tables set up downstairs outside the nursery for all donations (we have plenty of crayons). If anyone would be interested in helping serve lunch that day, please see Jessica Ward or Jenny Richman.



REACH food bank is Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Oct. 15 at 9108 Sutherland Avenue.

Industry Craft Bazaar/Soup Lunch, Saturday, October 15, 9:00 a.m.

Prayer Requests

Prayers and Praise

Jane Keith, at Ball Hospital with serious illness, daughter of Doris Chastain. | Prayers for the family of Gene Harris who passed away on Saturday, October 1. Gene is Earl and Louise Luke’s brother-in-law. | Janelle Winningham is going through a very difficult health situation (friend of Vicki Brinson). | Danielle Childers is in the hospital with a serious illness—doing better (Nancy Riegle’s granddaughter). | Chad Stout has lung cancer (a member of Trena Taylor’s family). | There will be no surgery for Adam. Thank you for your prayers ( Garry and Ella Reff’s grandson).| Loretta Hiatt thanks you for your prayers. After her therapy, vertigo is gone. | Steve Gernand needs prayers that medicine will work and additional tests go well. | Sandra Voyles Longmore’s son, Darren, has serious health issues. Pray that the VA will get things moving for Darren. (friend of Loretta Hiatt). Carol Reece, in room 3331 at IUBall Hospital, is doing better.

Local

Homebound Toney Eutsey, Julia Gernand, Rosemary Lillie, Ruby Martin, Carolyn Spence, Don & Carol Young | Living in Health Care Facilities: Martha Claspell, Jean Goodwin, Suann Grinstead, Larry Larkins, Virginia Richcreek, Bob/Jan/Ida Mae Richman, Betty Schubert, Cophine Shideler, LaVera Smith, Toni Thomas | Those Battling Cancer Karen Bartling, Sam Bish, Ruby Blehinger, Don Bowne, Barbara Brown, Diane Bryant, Becky Brunson, Jenny Burgess, Jim Capps, Rita Carson, John Clester, Beverly Clifford, Tom Conner, Don Curtis, Chris Dietrich, Carolyn Edmonds, Kathy Edwards, Rev. David Eglacias, Diane Evans, Taylor Foy, James French, A.J. French, Vickie Glaser, Toneka Hall, Norman Hayworth, Julie Johnson, Mike Jonas, Jeff Lewis, Linda Lukeheart, Kiley Mangus, Michael McCombs, Melody Miller, Vonda Moore, Bobby Morris, Virginia Nilles, Carol Odom, Clarice Pierce, Patty Powers, Sherry R., Becky Reidmiller, Amy Richard, Karie Riepl, Charlie Riley, David St. Claire, Joe Schelling, Sharon Sewell, Susan Shively, Judy Snyder, Jan Thompson, Joanne Warner, Susie Williams, Boyce Woods, Jackson York.

Global

Missionaries: Paul and Marty Law(Congo); Brian & Denise Luke (Wichita, Kansas, World Impact); Pastor Linda and Jerry McBride (Covenant Partners, Muncie); Ed Armantrout, Local Pastor (Middletown Honey Creek UMC); Bob Kiefert, Supply Pastor {Bartonia/Mt.Zion – Winchester}; Brad Hensley, Supply Pastor {Albany Bethel/Muncie Morningside};Emily and Woody Sears, Local Pastors (Cammack UMC) | Persecuted Christians: "Pray for the Christians in Oman, who must live in hiding, that they will be comforted by God."

Leadership

Governmental – President Obama and other national and international, state, and local officials | Military –Stephanie Gobrecht, E-5 Steven Andrew Good, Staff Sgt. Derrick Jackson, Tammy Karch, Bryce Kidd, Sgt. Chris King, Captain Dennis Spence, and their families.

Past Week

Gene Harris in Hospice Care (Earl Luke’s brother-in-law).| Adam, 3 year old grandson of Garry and Ella Reff, has a health issue.|

Prayer Requests

Prayers and Praise

Jane Keith, at Ball Hospital with serious illness, daughter of Doris Chastain. | Prayers for the family of Gene Harris who passed away on Saturday, October 1. Gene is Earl and Louise Luke’s brother-in-law. | Janelle Winningham is going through a very difficult health situation (friend of Vicki Brinson). | Danielle Childers is in the hospital with a serious illness—doing better (Nancy Riegle’s granddaughter). | Chad Stout has lung cancer (a member of Trena Taylor’s family). | There will be no surgery for Adam. Thank you for your prayers ( Garry and Ella Reff’s grandson).| Loretta Hiatt thanks you for your prayers. After her therapy, vertigo is gone. | Steve Gernand needs prayers that medicine will work and additional tests go well. | Sandra Voyles Longmore’s son, Darren, has serious health issues. Pray that the VA will get things moving for Darren. (friend of Loretta Hiatt). Carol Reece, in room 3331 at IUBall Hospital, is doing better.

Local

Homebound Toney Eutsey, Julia Gernand, Rosemary Lillie, Ruby Martin, Carolyn Spence, Don & Carol Young | Living in Health Care Facilities: Martha Claspell, Jean Goodwin, Suann Grinstead, Larry Larkins, Virginia Richcreek, Bob/Jan/Ida Mae Richman, Betty Schubert, Cophine Shideler, LaVera Smith, Toni Thomas | Those Battling Cancer Karen Bartling, Sam Bish, Ruby Blehinger, Don Bowne, Barbara Brown, Diane Bryant, Becky Brunson, Jenny Burgess, Jim Capps, Rita Carson, John Clester, Beverly Clifford, Tom Conner, Don Curtis, Chris Dietrich, Carolyn Edmonds, Kathy Edwards, Rev. David Eglacias, Diane Evans, Taylor Foy, James French, A.J. French, Vickie Glaser, Toneka Hall, Norman Hayworth, Julie Johnson, Mike Jonas, Jeff Lewis, Linda Lukeheart, Kiley Mangus, Michael McCombs, Melody Miller, Vonda Moore, Bobby Morris, Virginia Nilles, Carol Odom, Clarice Pierce, Patty Powers, Sherry R., Becky Reidmiller, Amy Richard, Karie Riepl, Charlie Riley, David St. Claire, Joe Schelling, Sharon Sewell, Susan Shively, Judy Snyder, Jan Thompson, Joanne Warner, Susie Williams, Boyce Woods, Jackson York.

Global

Missionaries: Paul and Marty Law(Congo); Brian & Denise Luke (Wichita, Kansas, World Impact); Pastor Linda and Jerry McBride (Covenant Partners, Muncie); Ed Armantrout, Local Pastor (Middletown Honey Creek UMC); Bob Kiefert, Supply Pastor {Bartonia/Mt.Zion – Winchester}; Brad Hensley, Supply Pastor {Albany Bethel/Muncie Morningside};Emily and Woody Sears, Local Pastors (Cammack UMC) | Persecuted Christians: "Pray for the Christians in Oman, who must live in hiding, that they will be comforted by God."

Leadership

Governmental – President Obama and other national and international, state, and local officials | Military –Stephanie Gobrecht, E-5 Steven Andrew Good, Staff Sgt. Derrick Jackson, Tammy Karch, Bryce Kidd, Sgt. Chris King, Captain Dennis Spence, and their families.

Past Week

Gene Harris in Hospice Care (Earl Luke’s brother-in-law).| Adam, 3 year old grandson of Garry and Ella Reff, has a health issue.|



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