Sabbath School Worship in Genesis: Two Classes of Worshipers
Genesis 28:16-17 The Church at Study 9:30 a.m. to 10:40 a.m.
Superintendent: Tess Rooney Musician: Gordon Baptiste Praise Leader: Pat Carter
Next Week: Super: Kathy Rayner Music: Marilyn Topper Praise: Max & Juliana
Worship Hour Song and Praise ……………………................................Choir - Ladies Opening Song………No. 265……Breathe On Me Breath of God Intercessory Prayer…………………………………………….Max Mantiri
Praying for Children & youth Next Week Praying for Revival for Mission
Offering Appeal…………….Church Budget……………Ajit Gaikwad
Children Story…………………………………….Patricia Ferreira-Lopez Special Music…………………………………………………….Church Choir Scripture Reading………Matthew 9:23-26………….Dale Beckles
Revival- Flicker on the Line
Elder Cameron Munro Closing song…............No.330...........Take My Life and Let It Be Benediction…............................................................Mike Keim
Sunset this Sabbath 9:08 pm Next week 9:06 pm Please send all the bulletin related information to: email@example.com
We invite every church member to the time of Prayer, every Wednesday 7 pm. A Prayer Group is also meeting at North London Church every Wednesday morning 10am-12noon. You have an option of “shifts” to come and interceded for our church family, for our city, for leaders. We have seen miraculous answers to prayer, and experienced the goodness of God, connecting to His Mystery and presence in prayer. The Health Department presents Dr. Neil Nedley's “Depression the Way Out” seminar weekly. Seminars will take place in the evening from 7:00 to 9:00 PM Cost $150.00 single, plus $40.00 for a spouse sharing material. Mark your calendars; invite friends who need this good news. Following is the session name and date: September 9 - Identifying Depression and It's Causes September 13 - Lifestyle Treatment for Depression September 20 - Nutrition and the Brain September 23 - How Thinking Can Defeat Depression September 27 - Positive Lifestyle Choices October 4 - Stress Without Distress October 11 - Living Above Loss October 18 - How to Improve Brian Function November 1 – Graduation Today pastor and parents/families of our youth and teens are away at Adventist Youth Camp for Western Ontario in Plymton Wyoming, Ontario. Two guest speakers, Wanito Bernadin & Massiel Davila are leading in spiritual emphasis. Keep this initiative in your prayers. Next Pathfinders’ fundraiser Yard sale toward the Camporee cost will take place on July 10. Bring your extras, declutter the house, and sponsor a Pathfinder. Tables will be set up from 8 to 9 am, and stay open until 3 pm in the afternoon. Personal Ministry leader Aroldo Anniehs is fundraising for purchasing “Steps to Christ” books to distribute in the neighborhood around the church. Make a donation marked “Steps to Christ project” toward this initiative. Next Baptismal service is planned for July 16. If you are interested in making the commitment to Christ, speak with pastor Golovenko about preparation.
Next Church Board meeting will take place Monday, July 11th at 7 pm at the fellowship hall. All departmental leaders are invited to attend. Please provide your agenda items either to first elder Mike Keim, clerk Kusum Gaikwad, or to pastor Alex Golovenko.
Prayer Requests: Lawrence Gilbert is currently in the hospital with failing health. Keep him and his wife Dorothy in your prayers. Yvonne Thuillard had suffered a fall, a few broken bones, and is recovering at her son’s home, pray for her health. If you would like the Congregation to pray for you, please submit your prayer requests to pastor, or to Clara Baptiste (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Volunteers are needed! Pastors are usually take ushering responsibilities at the Campmeeting. This year additional people are needed to help next weekend, Sabbath, July 9. If you are planning to attend and would like to assist please let pastor Alex know so your names would be submitted to Pastor Antonio Bueno, the coordinator for ushers at camp meeting. On July 9, volunteers would turn up at the information desk and ask for Pastor Bueno and identify themselves to him or to his assistant. Thank you for considering serving.
10. July 9 Camp Meeting Theme, “All In! – Every Member a
Minister”. At this year’s convocation, each one will be challenged to partner with God in His work here in Ontario. The first Annual Ontario Sacrifice Offering will be collected at the meeting. This year our offering will go towards the paying off and development of our new Camp Meeting Site. Together we can make dreams come true. The goal is to raise over $1,000,000. We are trusting that the Lord will do great things as we partner with Him. David Schwinghammer, Stewardship director.
11. Egypt Lives On... Seminar by Dr. Jack Polihronov
presenting on how Egyptian religious culture has influenced and continues influencing beliefs and worldviews will be presented Saturday night, July 16th at 6 pm.
12. Open House Community Ministry will be serving on Wednesday July 13th. The setup takes place Tuesday night prior, July 12. Your donations, help setting up, and presence to mingle with people during the Open House will make a difference. Speak to Teresa Ferreira for more details.
13. VBS, it’s almost that time again and we
are looking for volunteers to work as leaders and assistant leaders. VBS this year is on July 18 – 22 for children ages 4-12 from 5:30-8 pm. If you can help; please contact: Doris Van Leeuwen @ (519) 452-7073. Thank You.
14. Kingsway College a Seventh-day-Adventist
boarding and day co-ed high school in Oshawa Ontario, is now accepting applications for the 2011/2012 school year. For more information please g to our website www.kingswaycollege.on.ca or call 905-433-1144 ext. 211 or 212. You can also e-mail us at email@example.com
15. The Ontario Conference is sponsoring a Seniors Wellness Retreat (September 16-18, 2011), to be held at the Best Western Hotel Oshawa. There will be FREE health screening and massage, seminars on exercise, heart and stroke, diet and more. The Seniors Walking Club will also be launched at this time. Please see your pastor, church clerk or seniors’ ministry leader for registration form to the wellness retreat & order form for walking club exercise suit. Submission deadline is September 2. For further details contact Judith Guarin, Office of the President, Ontario Conference.
16. West Park Manor Personal Care Home, is accepting applications for a full
time Director of Recreation/Volunteer Services. The ideal candidate will be certified or equivalent as a Recreation Facilitator with minimum of 3 years experience in related leadership. The position requires a love for the elderly, outgoing personality and strong English communication skills. We offer a completive salary, full benefit package, a great place to work and a moving allowance considered for out of province candidate. If you desire to join us in fulfilling our mission “to provide holistic long term-term CARE in a Christ-like manner as a service to our residents” please send a cover letter and resume to: Ruben Wollmann, CEO at firstname.lastname@example.org by August 22, 2011.
17. Our next general potluck will be held on July 16th. Everyone please join us as
we share a meal. Please bring an item from the section of the first letter of your last name. Note that we will change the categories each month. Feel free to bring additional items from any category. A-C Cooked vegetable/Soup D-F Dessert/ Fruit G-I Drink/Juice J-M Salad/Raw vegetables N-R Bread/Bun S-Z Main course/Casserole
18. Games and Picnic Supper on Sunday, July 24th at Gibbons Park. Please note change of date. We will start the games at 3 p.m. followed by a potluck picnic supper at 5:30 p.m. Please bring table games as well as any outdoor games you have at home.
19. Our next church Camping Weekend will be at Wildwood Conservation
August 19th & 20th. Please sign up now with Don Topper to reserve your camping spot.
Happy Birthdays July 3 Carolyn Dowdell July 4 Heather Bernardo July 4 Jenny Mickle July 4 Charlene Ria
July 8 Renate Weidner July 9 Rachel Eve Taylor July 11 Kara Topper July 11 Cameron Munro
School Principal’s Blog. We have ended another school year at L.A.C.A and are incredibly pleased with the results and success of the school year. On Sunday June 26th, we had a symbolic, non-traditional yet ceremoniously beautiful service to celebrate the another mile stone at L.A.C.A. As Pathfinders led the procession for our school, the service was filled with surprises for all of those who came out to support as well as the students. In my principal's speech, I opted out of theoretical rhetoric, and decided to engage our supporters into catching the vision of what each of the L.A.C.A. students represented for our community with the theme that 'it takes a village to raise a child'. Each pupil was placed before the audience and were introduced as the future doctors, pilots, preachers, teachers, scientists that would be taking care of generations to come. People then gathered in small groups around the each student and placed hands on them, praying for blessing and protection for that child's future, for his or hers goals and accomplishments. The service also highlighted year long accomplishments and improvements from each student, as well as honouring the graduate Michael Golovenko with his certificate of completion from the Ontario Conference. Michael was also surprised by his peers, with speeches of support and well wishes as well as given ten 'keys' to success. These included incentives like faithfulness to God, perseverance, preparation, creativity, cooperation etc... He also delivered a charming and witty heartfelt speech about what his time at London Advent Christian Academy and what has taught him and the people who influenced and shaped his ideals and goals. Our ceremony ended with a balloon send off as the each of the children said a prayer of gratitude for the year, and asked for a blessing for the year to come and then sent off their helium filled balloon with their grade on it into the air. This light and airy feeling of blessing and bliss filled the room with happiness and gratitude and carried our constituents, parents and students into the summer with a joyful send off and affirmation of God's presence and involvement in our little school. We would like to invite and encourage anyone who is wanting to provide the power and blessing of Christian Education to their child to come and speak to one of the teachers or board members for the 2011/2012 school year. We have lots of fantastic new plans for the academic year and are working hard to build resources for the school, as well as finding a new facility. We are able to sit down with you and discuss financial planning for tuition and go through the application process in the week of August 29th to September 2. Please continue to keep our school in your prayers and thank you for your on-going support. We really could not do it with you! May your summer be filled with the things that make Heaven smile. Sincerely Yours, Patricia Ferreira-Lopez M.A. Principal at the London Advent Christian Academy
LONDON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
A Place where Every Believer is a Minister. Discover Your Calling!
Sabbath, July 2, 2011 805 Shelborne Street, London, ON. N5Z 5C6
Pastor: Alex Golovenko (519) 281-9706 email@example.com