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WELCOME

Today is the beginning of the shorter Ordinal season of the Church year. You’ll notice that we’ve changed the ambience to green, which is the official color of the season. It is our desire that you connect with our Savior during our time of corporate worship. You’ll have opportunity to participate in all that happens, whether through music and song, prayer, fellowship, hearing the Word of God (the Bible), through giving, serving, or just responding to the movement of the Holy Spirit in your life.

LOOKING FOR MORE?

Your spiritual journey is important to us. We provide nine adult Sunday school classes to choose from, Ladies Bible studies on Wednesday nights, service on Sunday nights and much more. If you need specific information, please drop a card with your questions in the offering plates and we will get right back to you. Children's and Youth program information may be found in the Information Center along with a full schedule and contact information.

CALL TO WORSHIP Glorify the Lord with me; Let us exalt his name together For great is the Lord. And most worthy of praise. Psalm 34:3; I Chronicles 16:25

WELCOME Today we welcome Dr. Alan Wheatley to the pulpit as he brings the Word to us. Today’s sermon is entitled “It’s On!”

STAFF MEMBERS Our staff members are always ready to greet you and meet with you. If we haven’t had the opportunity, please make sure to introduce yourself to us.

FELLOWSHIP Please join us in the Karcher Family Life Center (gym) immediately following the service. We take a few minutes to greet one another over a cup of coffee or punch and a cookie or two. It’s a great time to meet with your friends from Karcher Church.


THIS WEEK

PRAYER

If you would like someone to pray with you or talk with you about something in your life, our Prayer Team volunteers are always available. Meet them up front near the altars of the church at the conclusion of the service. Pastor Jack is available to anoint and pray for healing at the altars. Sunday Morning Prayer   9:00 Office  (Pastor Mark) Tuesday Morning All Church Prayer 9:00 Sanctuary (Pastor April) Wednesday Evening All Church Prayer 6:00 Fireside Room (Pastor Jack) 7:00 Fireside Room (Kim Million)

LISTENING ASSISTANCE For the hearing impaired, listening assistance devices are available at the sound booth in the back of the sanctuary.

9:15 AM SUNDAY SCHOOL

Sunday School classes for all age groups and adults begin at 9:15. Beginning at 8:30 there is an informal coffee fellowship in the Family Life Center (gym). Please join us there for conversation and refreshments. Children’s Sunday Schools: Located in the gym. Nursery care is available beginning at 9:00 for children 0-3 and is located in the main building. Youth ministries are located in the Youth Annex behind the gym. The rear exit doors of the gym take you there. Adult classes: info available at the Welcome Center.

January 13 - 19, 2019

Monday 7 pm Baby Shower (Fireside Room)

Tuesday 9 am

All Church Prayer (Sanctuary) 9 am Karcher Krew volunteer work group (Men & Women) 9 am Men’s Coffee & Prayer (FLC) Wednesday 6 pm Choir (Tower Room) 6 pm Children’s Activities (FLC) 7 pm Children’s Quizzing (FLC) 6 pm Adult prayer and Bible Study (Fireside Room) 7 pm Ladies Bible Study Into the Word (Summit Room) 7 pm Presence Prayer (Fireside Room) 7 pm Youth Activities (Youth Room) Thursday 9:30 am Bible Study Fellowship

SAVE THE DATES!

January 23 PrimeTime 25-27 Youth Winter Retreat February 2 Game Day (Youth through PrimeTime) 8-9 Scraps of Life 19 SDMI Tour - “Teaching the Psalms that Jesus Read” 23 Volunteer Appreciation Brunch

PHOTOS

Directory is coming!! Please see a photographer in the Welcome Center area between services or after the worship service if you have not yet had a picture taken for the directory.

Help us shower Sierra Blanke on January 14 at 7 pm. Sierra and Wade are expecting a baby boy in the very near future. They are registered at Amazon & Target.


CHURCH FAMILY ACTIVITIES

MAVERICK WORK & WITNESS DONATIONS NEEDED

Our bulletin includes many of the events taking place in our church this season. We realize that newcomers might not be familiar with all the programs or people. Please call the office at 208-467-7479, visit our website, karcher.church or email karcheroffice@gmail.com for more complete descriptions and explanations.

Between Jan 2 - 23, the white corral will be available to receive donations of "nice" used clothing (men-womenchildren-infant) used eye glasses, & one-way suitcases/duffle bags to be utilized in the Amazonia sector of Bolivia. A team will travel to Bolivia January 29 - February 11, 2019 to continue work on the CASA NAZARENA Student Center project. Questions? Contact LarryJudyWebb@gmail.com   or 208-461-2027

LADIES BIBLE STUDY Join us for one month or six months of this study by Anne Graham Lotz that takes us Into the Word. This is a spiritual study guide that leads you straight to the heart of God’s Word.   Begins Wednesday, January 9, 7 pm in the Summit Room. Lorraine Doramus 208-249-7552

FEEDING FRIEND-ZY It's time to sign up for the Feeding Friend-zy winter session. You’ll join a group of eight people who are committed to sharing a meal once a month for three months. It’s a fun way to get to know some new friends and share some great food. If you’d like to join, please fill out the form in your bulletin with your name and preferred contact number and put it in the offering plate.

YOUTH EVENTS

January 25-27: District Youth Winter Retreat, Cost is $85. Registration forms are DUE TODAY. Contact Pastor James Shepherd with questions.

SAFETY TEAM We are looking for a few more members to join the Security Team. This will help spread out the commitments over the months and allow for continued security and safety on our campus during services and special events. If you are interested, contact Gary Regnani 208 993 0482

END-OF-YEAR STATEMENTS

Tyler, Lindsay and big brother, Rory, welcome Nora to their family. She arrived on Saturday, January 5, weighing 7#4oz and 19” long. Congratulations to the Law family!

Giving statements have been provided as a .pdf document via email this year. Paper copies are available at the Welcome Center. If you have a question about your statemen,t email our treasurer, Randy Million, at kcntreasurer@gmail.com.


YOUR STAFF Mark Bernhardt, Senior Pastor pastor.markbernhardt@gmail.com 208-477-4063

Seth Cook, Worship Pastor jsethcook80@gmail.com 208-220-5999

Paula Haunschild, Office Administrator karcheroffice@gmail.com 208-467-7479

Jack Smith, Senior Adult Pastor pastorjohnwesleysmith@gmail.com 208-965-3481

April McNeiece, Associate Pastor aamcneiece@nnu.edu 208-880-1195

James Shepherd, Youth Pastor jshepherd@nnu.edu 541-519-1730

James Bramson, Children's Pastor karcherkidsclubhouse@gmail.com 208-880-9687

Jeff & Adele Sanderson Custodians jlsanderson@live.com 208-713-3570

Oscar Diaz, Associate Pastor odiaz@nnu.edu 208-918-9319

PRAYER REQUESTS

Thank you for praying for our church and for our community. The Intermountain District church of the week is Nampa College and Pastor Scott Daniels. If you have a special prayer request, please let us know by ďŹ lling out a Connection Card, or by emailing the office at karcheroffice@gmail.com.

Prayer Requests

Shut Ins Helen Kenneda (at home) Herb Cummings (at home) Louise Ralphs (Caldwell) Irene Harris (Spring Creek) Vi Ford (at Grace Assisted - Meridian) Janelle Jorgenson (at Park Place) Pat Enright (at Park Place) Fran Andrade (at home) Vince Andrade (Cascadia

Physical Joe Clark (at home) Peggy Watt (at home) Chris Pierce (at home) Eileen Duncan (at home) Debbie Overholt (at home) Lois Topar (at home) Ken Bergstrom (at home) Lewis Hartwig (at home)

Please refer to the bulletin insert for additional prayer concerns.

Karcher Church Bulletin 01/13/19  
Karcher Church Bulletin 01/13/19  
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