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Chaparral CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Prelude

Procession - Handel The Bells of Chaparral

Call to Worship

Psalm 138:2

Dennis Lee

Introit

A New Song - Larson

Processional Hymn

God of Grace and God of Glory (No. 292)

Praise Songs Stained Glass Teen Choir

This Little Light of Mine - Spiritual

Call to Prayer

Requiem - Gilkyson

Morning Prayer Song of Communion

Spirit of God, Descend upon My Heart (No. 249, Vs 1)

Offering and Word in Song Fraser Brown

Larry Hostetler

Autobiography: "Can You Stand the Truth?" John 8

Hymn of Commitment

Great Is Thy Faithfulness (No. 43)

Benediction

MARCH 20, 2011


A place to belong...

Welcome!  We are so glad you have joined us!  If you are new to Chaparral, please stop by the Welcome Center and pick up information about our Church.  Getting connected is one of the most important ways to grow your faith and get to know others in meaningful ways.

Frank Shirvinski, Ph.D. abd Senior Minister

Youth/All-Church BBQ & Games in the Park. Coming April 10th Upcoming Activities 3/19-20 .................... CityFest ............................................Offsite

Dr. Larry Hostetler Founding Minister

3/23 ........9:00 a ........Reap What You Sew ........................Forum South 3/23 ........5:45 p ........Dinner & Lent Class (6:20) .............Garden Patio 3/23 ........7:00 p ........Keepers of the Faith .........................Rm. 13 3/24-27 .................... Teen Choir Trip ................................Calif.!! 3/26 ........10:00 a ......Info meeting - Sept. trip to France Choir .. Room 3/30 ........5:45 p ........Dinner & Lent Class (6:20) .............Garden Patio 4/01 ........6:30 p ........Dinner Posse ....................................Bolar’s 4/6 ..........5:45 p ........Dinner & Lent Class (6:20) .............Garden Patio

Mary Cartwright Minister, Adults

4/6 ..........7:00 p ........Keepers of the Faith .........................Rm. 13 4/8 ..........6:30 p ........Crafters’ Corner ...............................North Rm 4/10 ........5:00 p ........Deacon/Team Leader Mtg ..............Choir Room 4/11 ........10:00 a ......Chain Gang ......................................Forum South 4/13 ........9:00 a ........Reap What You Sew ........................Forum South 4/13 ........5:45 p ........Dinner & Lent Class (6:20) .............Garden Patio 4/15 ......... .................Haiti Mission Trip ............................Offsite

Dr. Marion Hostetler Minister, Music

4/16 ........10:00 a ......Parade of Palms ...............................Campus 4/21 ........6:30 p ........Maundy Thursday ...........................Labyrinth 4/22 ........7:00 p ........Good Friday .....................................Sanctuary 4/24 .......................... EASTER!!! ......................................Sanctuary

Stacy Shirvinski Ministry Director Children, Publications

Prayer Remembrance & Giving Please remember in prayer Betty Benjamin, Elmeta Hayes and Pat Hergenrader.

Flowers on the pulpit are provided by Helen Hawkins in celebration of Marilyn Litzenberger’s birthday. Flowers on the stage are provided by Helen Hawkins in loving memory of husband, Jim.

Travis Armes Minister, Youth Community Involvement

Last week:

March received:

Offe"ng

$28,979

Weekly needed:

$21,800

$43,571

March needed:

$87,200


Palm Parade and Egg Race! Candy Collection Begins Next Sunday, Sign up today!! It’s that time of year! Saturday, April 16th, we will have our Palm Parade at 10 a.m. followed immediately by our egg race! Sunday School classes start preparing for the parade! We need helpers to help with games, face painting and much more! Please sign up to help and bring a lot of candy! Sedona Summer Camp “Life’s a Zoo!” June 28th - Aug. 2nd All forms can be found online! Sign Up by 3/26!

Soccer  Shots  Class  for  ages  3-­‐6-­‐year-­‐olds  Chaparral’s  South  Field Every  Wednesday,  April  6  to  May  11,  at  1:45  p.m. Cost:  $66  for  the  enGre  class RegistraGon  forms  will  be  out  next  week.

Youth Group N21 Challenge for this week: Read (or sing or shout) aloud Psalm 31 (1-5, 14-24).

New Sunday Morning Small Group Studies Begin. We have had a great semester of worship, fellowship, discussions, prayer, games and offcampus fun. Below is a schedule of the remaining Sunday nights. 3/20    Games/Small Groups 3/27    No Meeting-Teen choir returns from trip We are now taking deposits for summer camp at UCYC. Details to follow. HS, Ojai, CA, 6/5-10 MS, Prescott, 6/12-17

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Adrienne Armes Minister, Youth, Connections

Annual CFCA Easter Basket Project 49 baskets left!

Once again, Chaparral is stepping up to provide 120 Easter baskets to families currently caring for foster children through Christian Family Care Agency (CFCA).  Come by the narthex today to pick up a tag. Return baskets by April 3rd. For more information, contact Lisa Bellus at (502) 593-7072 or frontdesk@chaparral.org.

Dinner Posse

Sara Perrine Minister, Discipleship & Missions

Coming on Friday, April 1st, at the Bolars, 6:30-9:00 p.m. Come take time to catch up with friends and share a lovely meal. Sign up in the Welcome Book.

Men's Retreat 2011: "Beyond Drill and Ceremony"  

April 29 • • • •

-  May 1 in Sedona, AZ Outstanding Food Quality discussion-driven teaching Rest and relaxation for no extra charge  Hiking, horseshoe games, naps included  New recruits in the military, police academies, border patrol agencies, and many others begin their training with drill and ceremony.  Drill and ceremony force the group to work together.  Everyone walks in step; everyone sings cadences in one voice.

After drill and ceremony comes the real training.  Each recruit learns how to do the specifics of their job, and their discipline level increases many times over.

Nick Stavlund Executive Minister

Sharon Alger Ministry Director Women, Hospitality

Join the men of Chaparral on the 2011 retreat and you'll get "Beyond Drill and Ceremony," and dive into the intense, costly, and rewarding path of discipleship. 

Sunset Dinners & Study Continue this Wednesday Evening!

Sunset dinner and study continues each Wednesday evening during the lenten season. Dinner will be served from 5:45 -6:15 on the patio of the Prayer Garden, followed by a study on Romans from 6:20-7:00. A separate children's program will be offered during the study. Make reservations for dinner in the Welcome Book.

Jackie Huber Director, Teen Choir

Nicole Moran Preschool Director


We now return to our Regularly Scheduled Programs Family Funtastic Fitness ................Monday, 4:00 p .................................Commons JiuJitsu ..........................................www.pwma.com ................................The Forum Owls Bible Study ............................Tuesday, 9:00 a .................................North Room Adult Funtastic Fitness ...................M - Th 5:30 p, F 1:00 p, S 8:45 a ....Commons Men’s Bible Study ...........................Wednesday, 6:30 a ............................Good Egg Beth Moore Bible Study .................W 9:00 a & 7:00 p .............................North Room Bell Choir ........................................Wednesday, 6:00 p ............................Bell Room Adult Choir ......................................Wednesday, 7:00 p ............................Choir Room Women’s Bible Study ......................Thursday, 6:30 a ...............................Cartwright’s Men’s Bible Study ...........................Thursday, 7:00 a ...............................Denny’s Roots (Young Adults) .....................Thursday, 7:00 p ...............................Stavlund’s Alleluia Friday Childcare ................Friday, 9:00 a ....................................Toddler Rm Women’s Bible Study ......................Friday, 9:30 a ....................................North Room

Sunday Morning Schedule and Location Map

CrossFit ...........................................www.crossfitchaparral.com ..............East Hall

Sun.

Children

8:30 a.m.

0-2 3s - 5K Elem. Choir

Nursery Rm 2 The Hub

9:45 a.m.

0-2 3s & 4s 5-K 1st - 3rd 4th & 5th

Nursery Worship & Classes Rm 2 Commons and Rm 3 The Forum Rm 12-14 The Hub

11:05 a.m. 0-2 Nursery 3-5K Rm 2 Elem. Worship The Hub

Adults

Youth Breakfast Commons

Worship Commons

Worship OK Corral Pathfinders

Sanctuary East Hall Cnf Room

Worship Faithbuilders In-Tune 10 AM Report

Sanctuary East Hall Cnf. Room Choir Room

Worship God’s Seekers Explorers High Flight

Commons Room 14 North Room East Hall


Sermon Notes     Autobiography: Bread     Autobiography: Word     Autobiography: Shepherd     Autobiography: Vine     Autobiography: Light     Autobiography: Leaving     Autobiography: Ascending

Helpful Information We hope your worship experience with us will be meaningful. To help you feel a bit more comfortable with our campus and morning programs, we have included a few recommendations. We are glad you are here today! • We would like to get to know you! Each pew has a Welcome Book in which you can let us know prayer requests, sign up for events and update your information. Please pass the Welcome Book down the row so we can hear from everyone! • Communion/Lord’s Supper All followers of Christ are welcome to participate in our Service of Communion. If you have prepared yourself for this very special moment with our Savior, you are invited to his table. (1 Corinthians 11:23-30) Please take the emblems as they are passed and partake when you are ready. Some prefer to take it while it is in front of them before passing it along. • Offering In our first two services, a special time for giving is set aside. Participation is an act of worship and voluntary. During our third service there will not be a time specific for offering but rather boxes are placed at the entry to allow for giving as you are led. • Nursery We have a friendly, well-staffed and impeccably clean nursery located on the north side of the narthex. Please see an usher for directions

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Sunday Bulletin for March 20, 2011