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December 29, 2013 Prelude Opening Praise & Prayer Welcome & Ministry Opportunities (Jim Fischer) Call to Worship Songs of Praise & Worship* Morning Prayer (Gail Douglas) Offertory (Diane Fisher) Congregational Hymn Children are then dismissed for Jr. Church

Scripture Reading & Message (Pastor Jim) Closing Hymn* Benediction Postlude

Junior Church is located in the CE Wing - for children in PK - 4th grade Age appropriate lessons, activities & snacks are provided. We invite your infants and toddlers to our Nurseries where there is a competent staff waiting to care for them during the service. *Please feel free to stand or be seated during the singing. A recording of today's sermon will be available at

We welcome you to our worship service this morning and pray that you will be blessed in the presence of the Lord Jesus. It is our desire to glorify God as a community of Christ followers who love God, love people, and make disciples because Jesus is the way, the truth and the life. If you do not have a personal relationship with Jesus or have questions about your faith, please feel free to speak with Pastor Jim, Pastor Phil or one of the Elders. Communication Cards ~ please feel free to use these cards to ask for prayer or to update information. If you are a visitor, we would like to have a record of your visit. Cards may be placed in the offering plate or given to an usher on your way out of the sanctuary.

Dec 29th

Dec 5th Jan 11th

TODAY No Youth Group UPCOMING New Adult Sunday School Classes Begin 8:30am Men’s Breakfast (Note date change)



This Week (12/29): Crib: 9:00 - Sue Brown, Brenda Mills Crib: 10:30 - Cindy Marshall, Kelly Fischer Toddlers: 10:30 - Sherri Benner, Carly DeLeonardo

Next Week (1/5): Crib: 9:00 - Julie Harrison, Brenda Mills Crib: 10:30 - Rachel King, Shelby Switzer Toddlers: 10:30 - Michelle & Danielle Sloan


Adult Sunday School Classes - 9:00 am New Members Class – taught by Pastor Phil Sears and Members of the Elders Board (BEGINS January 5th) What is a church? What is THIS church? How does it work? What is it all about? How do I grow in faith? How do I make a difference? These questions and more. The Prophet Ezekiel – Old Testament Study – taught by Tom Bischoff (BEGINS January 5th) The Book of Ezekiel can be so mysterious. This study of God’s messenger to his age will help us see the human side of Ezekiel. And we will see how his words describe God’s heart and mind. Kingdom Living – The Insider – taught by Greg and Suzie Bandy As a citizen of God’s kingdom, you are already uniquely positioned to live out your kingdom citizenship among the people you relate to every day. God has called you to be an “insider” to your family, neighborhood, and workplace. As you adopt the winsome patterns of a kingdom lifestyle, people in your life will see that there is, indeed, a better way to live. In this discussion of the Book “The Insider” the authors help you:  See your family, neighborhood, and workplace through kingdom eyes  Discover God’s eternal purposes and the strategic place for the insider  Overcome the obstacles to fruitfulness  Form new kingdom lifestyle patterns

Wednesday Night Program (Will Resume January 8th) 6:00pm - 6:45pm Dinner 6:45pm - 7:45pm Praise Gang (K - 8th grade) 6:45pm - 8:30pm Youth Bible Study at Nate Caldwell’s home (18 Droms Road Ext.) 7:00pm - 8:15pm Men and Women’s Bible Studies 7:00pm - 8:30pm Worship Choir (9th grade - Adult)

Midweek Bible Study (Men) Wednesday 7:00 – 8:15pm - A Man’s Guide to Work (BEGINS 1/8)

Midweek Bible Study (Women)   

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Wed. 9:15am: For mothers of young children. Katie Fischer 885-9576 Wed. 7pm: David - Seeking a Heart Like His. Susie Bandy 377-0079 Thurs. 9-10:30am: David - Seeking a Heart Like His. Donna Williams 399-2319 Thurs. 1-2pm: 1 Samuel followed by prayer. Nancy Snyder 399-3045 Fri. 9am to 11am, alternating weeks and homes. Brenda Mills 399-8787

Care Groups Care groups are an opportunity for you to share life in Christ with a group of 6 to 12 others. Through studying the Bible, serving, and praying together, care group members find the support, practical love, and encouragement to grow. Various Care Groups meet twice monthly. If you'd like to join a group, please contact Guy & Kelli DeLeonardo who will help you find the Care Group that will best fit your needs - 384-3879 or -3-

A Man’s Guide to Work (Begins 1/8) Wednesday 7:00 – 8:15pm You’ll spend more than half your waking hours at work. Here’s a promise to make it more than just your job. Join with other men for a study and discussion of living our Christian faith at work. Led by Pastor Jim and others. This is a casual group for guys of all ages – especially those who have not been a part of a Men’s Group before. Meets at the church building after Wednesday Supper.

NEW MEMBER CLASS The Membership Class will begin January 5th, during the Sunday School hour (9am) and run through February 23rd. This class is required to join the church, but it is not mandatory to join when you finish. Everyone from teens through adults are invited to attend. We encourage our leadership team members, or any member, to attend as a refresher. New elements have been added including: Discovering your spiritual gifts; discovering your personality type; understanding how personalities interact (and conflict) and understanding Congregationalism.

From the Missionaries, Current and Retired: Joe and Tamara Hill: Thank you for your prayers and financial support enabling is to fill our roles in God's plan. May God give you all as a church and individually a fulfilling year of serving Him! The Mellens, retired: Thank you very much for your continuing support! We will be married 41 years! Proverbs 18:22.

The next Men’s Breakfast will take place on Saturday January 11th at 8:30 a.m. (Note date change) All Men ages 14 & up are invited to attend!


Jim & Lisa Smith, In memory of Robert Smith Nancy Jane Batten, In memory of Jane & Al Batten - beloved parents Steven & Camille Levy, In honor of the Faithfulness of our Lord and Savior - He answers Prayer! Henrietta Baziluk, In memory of husband, Michael Baziluk Carol Czach, In memory of parents, George & Vera Weinman Bob & Sandie Wanamaker, In memory of Bob & Alyce Wanamaker, and Oral Collins Gary & Donna Williams, With Praise for Jesus Christ! Anonymous, In memory of Jensen Merriam -5-

Prayer Guide Answer me when I call to you, O my righteous God. Give me relief from my distress; be merciful to me and hear my prayer. - Psalm 4:1 Praise  

Our Christmas Eve Service Vivian Cooper’s daughter, Jean, has returned home from the hospital!

Prayer Requests       

Church finances & Parking Lot Fund EGCC family’s & friends’ salvation Pray for EGCC Elder Board Send us into people’s lives to share God’s love in Christ through our witness Those who are unemployed, especially those who are a part of our church family The marriages and families within the church Our church family shut-ins

Loved ones and friends who need our prayers…     





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Please pray for her loved ones of Elsie Morrison, who has gone home to be with the Lord. Rayon James and family, with the unexpected loss of his sister. Tisha. Robb Marshall and family, with the loss of his father. Heather Sweet’s co-worker, Jenna, with the loss of her baby. Sandie Wanamaker’s daughter-in-law, Lauren, is home from the hospital! Please continue prayerful support for a complete recovery Andrea Slover is home and continues to need prayer for strength and resolution of a sinus infection. Barbara Harkness on behalf of her dentist's secretary, Holly’s husband who is experiencing toxins from the liver, which are causing brain problems. Ann VanWie's friend Helen Collins has been moved to assisted living. Please pray for salvation for Helen and her family. Susan Richter, Margaret Shaver's sister finished chemo and radiation, good prognosis. Please pray for restoration to good health...and hair. Sharon Tallman’s grandmother, Audrey Welnhofer, who has lung cancer. Greg and Susie Bandy - for Priscilla’s job and God’s direction Please pray for Lewis Mulone, father of Joe Mulone as he has surgery to remove many cancerous tumors.

Serving Our Country & Community   

All active members of the military, the veterans, and all of their families Our President and National Leaders Our local leaders and government

Missions  

Mark & Rae Wilson, Guinea (SIM) John & Melinda Bernard, South Carolina (UWM) Unfortunately, space limits the requests we can run continuously. Please continue to pray for those not appearing in this week’s bulletin. Please contact us if your prayer request needs to be updated.


EGCC STAFF SERVING IN HIS NAME Rev. Phil Sears Assistant Pastor

Rev. Jim Smith Senior Pastor Sandie Wanamaker Director of Worship Ministries

Nathan Caldwell Director of Student Ministries

Susan Perregaux Director of Children’s Ministries

Gina Vendetti Administrative Assistant

ELDER BOARD Tom Bischoff Alex Crum Jim Fischer Don Kraines Gary Williams

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! East Glenville Community Church 335 Saratoga Road Glenville, NY 12302 Office Phones: 399-3151, 399-3105 Fax: (518)399-0302 OFFICE HOURS 8:30 am- 1:30 pm Monday through Friday WEB SITE: E-MAIL: Office:

EGCC Christian Preschool 335 Saratoga Road, Glenville, NY 12302 Linda Wachtel, Director 518-399-6894 or Conservative Congregational Christian Conference

We are affiliated with:

National Association of Evangelicals

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