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our life together
June 15, Sabbath Holy Communion, Sanctuary, 8:30 a.m. & 11:15 a.m. Hope for Today Training, Atrium Suite, 3:00 p.m.
Welcome to Sligo today! In our society bread is a staple that you will find in most American homes. In many households it is used for everything from making sandwhiches of every kind to simply serving it up as toast. Bread is so popular that when inclement weather is predicted for our area, it is usually one of the first items that leaves the store shelves. For whatever the reason, it appears that bread is one food that we simply can’t live without. As our community pauses today to celebrate the Holy Communion, I will be talking about another type of bread that may not be as popular with some as the one used to make sandwhiches, but it is even more vital to our lives, as well as the life of our community, as disciples of Jesus Christ; as I share the message titled, Day Old Bread.
June 17, Monday Regeneration Ministries, Office Conference Room, 7:00 p.m. June 18, Tuesday Prayer Gathering, Sanctuary, 7:00 p.m.
June 19, Wednesday Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal, Choir Room, 7:30 p.m. Full Plate Diet Follow-up Meeting, Junior SS Room, 7:30 p.m.
Homecoming 2013: Join the church family and Sligo friends on August 2 & 3 for Homecoming, the theme of which is, “We’ve Only Just Begun.” Former Associate pastor and now a professor at Andrews University, Hyveth Williams, will be our Sabbath morning speaker. Renowned singer, Pastor Wintley Phipps, will lead a gospel concert in the evening. Plan to be there and share with the pastors the names of friends and acquaintances to whom you would like a personal invitation to be sent.
June 21, Friday Underground Bible Study, Youth Room, 5:30 p.m. June 23, Sunday Excelie Cruickshank Memorial Service, Sanctuary, 10 a.m.
CHILDREN & YOUTH
June 24, Monday Regeneration Ministries, Office Conference Room, 7:00 p.m.
Basketball Coaches are needed for the Pee Wee and Pony church leagues. Please contact Pr. Gerry Lopez at glopez@ sligochurch.org for more information.
June 25, Tuesday Prayer Gathering, Sanctuary, 7:00 p.m.
Kingdom Rock VBS 2013: July 14 - 19, 2013. Enter the epic adventure that empowers kids to stand strong! Here, God’s victorious power isn’t a fairy tale—it changes kids forever. Kids will enjoy games, Bible dramas, crafts, snacks, skits & great songs each day. To register your children and/or serve as a volunteer, visit us at sligochurch.org/vbs
June 26, Wednesday Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal, Choir Room, 7:30 p.m.
VBS Praise Team Members are needed, grades 5 and up, for this year’s VBS. Limited spaces are available. Practice is on Saturdays from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. in the Junior Sabbath School Room, starting June 15. For more information, please contact Gabrielle Barrington at 240-401-4224 or email@example.com
profile of giving JUNE 8, 2013 CHURCH BUDGET: This offering pays for the outreach and
Potomac Conferences’ “Youth Fun Day at Kings Dominion” will be held on Sunday, July 7. This event is open to all ages and families. Discounted ticket price is $35 for all ages over 2. To order your tickets, and for additional information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 301.270.6777 ext. 244. The deadline for purchasing tickets is June 30. Sligo Underground: Join us for Sligo Underground in the Youth Room on June 29: Underground Worship 11:15 a.m., Lunch 1:00 p.m. & Hike at Sugarloaf Mountain 2:00 p.m.
worship schedule 8:45 and 11:15 a.m.
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nurture ministries of the church and the church school, along with necessary expenses such as utilities and maintenance of the church building. Last Year: June 9 $ 8,609.45 June 9 YTD $ 208,858.18
This Year: June 8 June 8 YTD
BUDGET FOR JUNE 8 YTD:
at worship THE CHURCH
calendar of events
$ 6,482.81 $226,929.23
Air Conditioning: June 8 $ 4,575.00 Total Raised $ 125,274.00 Goal $160,000.00 Needed $ 34,726.00 Tithe: All of these funds are sent to the Potomac Conference. May 2013 contributions are $ 194,421.67 May 2012 contributions are $ 189,548.60 Today’s designated offering goes to Local Church Budget. Loose offering goes to Church Budget.
Summary of our Beliefs The Bible is the inspired word of God and our only rule of faith and practice. (2 Timothy 3:16, 17). Jesus Christ is the Divine Son of God and our personal Savior from sin by grace through faith. (John 1:1-3; Ephesians 2:8). Having been saved, followers of Jesus live in obedience to Him by observing the Ten Commandments. (Exodus 20: 1-17; John 14:15). The Sabbath – the seventh day of the week- established by God at creation and honored by Jesus in His earthly ministry, is to be observed by the followers of Jesus. (Exodus 20:8-11; 1 Peter 2:21). Jesus is coming back to earth personally and visibly to raise the righteous dead and give His faithful children of all ages immortality in an earth made new. (1 Thessalonians 4:15-17; Revelation 22:12; 21:1-3).
8:45 & 11:15 A.M.
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directory P: 301.270.6777 EMERGENCY: 301.980.1009 F: 301.270.3518 E: email@example.com DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE: 240.777.4000 SENIOR PASTOR Charles A. Tapp, ext. 126
ADMINISTRATIVE & ADULT MINISTRIES PASTOR Don McFarlane, ext. 116 firstname.lastname@example.org CONGREGATIONAL CARE PASTOR Debbie Eisele, ext. 127
YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS PASTOR Pranitha Fielder, ext. 119
MEDIA AND OUTREACH PASTOR Paolo Esposito, ext. 126
CHILDREN & FAMILY MINISTRIES PASTOR Gerardo Lopez, ext. 122 email@example.com HEAD ELDER Erwin Mack
For additional information on support staff and church officers visit www.sligochurch.org 7700 Carroll Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912 I 301.270.6777
a seventh-day adventist church The Washington Adventist University Church
OUR MISSION We s eek to g row passi onate d i sc i pl es of J es us th ro ugh wor shi p of God , nur ture of o ne a noth er,and outreach to the worl d .
THE CHURCH AT STUDY
THE CHURCH AT WORSHIP
Adult Sabbath School
we gather in his name SANCTUARY – 8:45 A.M. AND 11:15 A.M.
Holy Communion We Gather
SANCTUARY – 10:00 A.M.
+Song of Preparation Let Us Break Bread Together / No. 403
The Lord’s Supper *Litany
(from Colossians 3) Leader: As holy people, whom God has chosen and loved, let us be sympathetic, kind, humble, gentle, patient, thankful and above all - be loving.
Prelude Elegy / Parry
+Song of Gathering
My Hope is Built on Nothing Less / No. 522 Welcome & Church Life
Congregation: May we forgive as the Lord forgave us. Debbie Eisele
Charles A. Tapp
Laila Kyleigh Martin
Leader: As Christ became the Word incarnate, let Christ’s Word with all its wisdom and richness live in us. All: God has called us into His peace by bringing us into one body.
*Hymn of Praise
Sharing at the Table
The Church Has One Foundation / No. 348 Prayer
Charles A. Tapp
Offertory Mercy Said No
Theme Song Marvelous Grace / No. 109 Welcome
welcome THANK YOU FOR JOINING US IN WORSHIP TODAY
Scripture & Prayer
Special Music God is Love / John Peterson Lesson Study Visions of Hope (Zechariah)
Carmine & Judy Pino
Benediction & Offering
Class Leaders Class Leaders
Fred Weber, organist
When We All Get to Heaven / No. 633 Charles A. Tapp
We Go To Serve *Hymn of Response
Anthem He’s Been Faithful to Me Invitation to Give
OUR LIFE TOGETHER
Charles A. Tapp
Scripture John 6:53-58 (NIV)
An Emergency Aid Offering will be received by the deacons as you leave. Swapna Nowrangi Leading our music today are: Wendell Phipps, organist Jon Gilbertson, chorister Jasmine Murrell, soloist
Music for Meditation God Is Able Homily Day Old Bread
Charles A. Tapp *Congregation is standing Congregation is kneeling where possible + 11:15 service only
We Prepare +Ordinance of Humility
Women Men Families, Couples & Singles
Fellowship Rooms A & B Memorial Chapel Youth Room
Children, accompanied by an adult, may stay in the Sanctuary for a special lesson during the Ordinance of Humility.
sabbath devotional “When the mind of man is brought into communion with the mind of God, the finite with the Infinite, the effect on body and mind and soul is beyond estimate. In such communion is found the highest education. It is God’s own method of development. ‘Acquaint now thyself with Him.’ ” (Job 22:21) Acts of the Apostles, p 126
Barry Rowe & Rose Bara, deacon & deaconess on duty
ANNOUNCEMENTS Simple Truths for Life: Sligo’s Radio Ministry, can be heard each Sabbath morning from 8:30 - 9:00 a.m. on WGTS 91.9 FM. Listen with a friend, then invite them to come to church in person at 11:15 a.m. We hold in prayer those who: Request healing: Dale Hannah, Karen Ott-Worrow & Jessica Amouzou Have lost loved ones: Jonathan Mowry & Karnik Doukmetzian We grieve the loss of our members, Henrietta Faakye & A. I. John We are sad to announce that Excelie Cruickshank passed away on June 12 at age 95. A Memorial Service will be held for her on June 23, at 10 a.m. in the Sligo Sanctuary. Today’s Sanctuary Flowers are given by Charlie and Rosie Davis in celebration of their friend, Selma Mastrapa’s birthday.
Postlude Festival Toccata / Fletcher
Let us hear from you! To write the pastors a note, make a prayer request, or inquire about becoming a member of Sligo Church, please use a card from the hymnal rack.
Fellowship Lunch will not be served today due to the Communion service. *Next week, we will serve fruit and dessert for the summer season. Members who attend are to call Louvina Joseph, Hospitality Chair at (301) 431-2188 and ask how you can support this ministry and/or become a team leader! 2013 Potomac Conference Camp Meeting will be held from June 18 - 22, in New Market, Virginia. Keynote speakers Jan Paulsen, Walter Pearson and James Nix will share lessons on biblical principles, healthier lifestyles, practical living principles, and more. Additional information can be found at www.pcsda.org Air-Conditioning Upgrading: The deadline to raise $160,000 for the Air-Conditioning Upgrading is August 3, 2013. So far, we have $125,274 in hand, and still need to raise $34,726. Should you wish to give to this project, please make your contribution via the “Giving Envelope” to Church Building Improvement Fund. Membership Report (first reading): Joining Sligo: Milly Brumant, Edwin Daniel, Lalherliani Farrell, Lawrence Saunders Joining elsewhere: Annette Stephens, Robert Stephens 2013 Sligo By the Sea commences on June 29. For more information, please visit us at http://sligochurch.org/ sligobythesea/