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St. Peter’s United Methodist Church Praising God Growing Disciples Serving tthe he World 12200 12200 W.Forest W.Forest Hill Blvd., Blvd., Wellington, Wellington, Florida 33414 561561-793793-5712 www.stpeterswww.stpeters-umc.org umc.org

NOVEMBER 13, 2011 8:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M ALL SAINTS SUNDAY PRELUDE

“For The Beauty of the Earth”

Barbara Thompson

AS THE CHIMES SOUND, LET OUR CONVERSATION BE WITH GOD

GREETINGS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS *READING OF MEMORIAL ROLL “See insert” *OPENING HYMN “For All the Saints” UMH 711 CHILDREN’S CHAT After the chat at 11:00 am, children ages 4 and pre-k 5, go to the Red Room. Children’s Worship for K through– 5th grade is in Fellowship Hall.

CONCERNS AND PRAYER PRAYER CHORUS "Take Time To Be Holy" (vs. 1&4) SILENT PRAYER AND PASTORAL PRAYER THE LORD’S PRAYER OFFERING ANTHEM 8:00 am “God So Loved The World” 11:00 am “God So Loved The World” SCRIPTURE LESSON 2 Cor. 9:1-8 COMMUNION MEDITATION “The Power of Pizza!” SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION *CLOSING HYMN “See Communion Insert” *BENEDICTION POSTLUDE

“Cebell”

UMH 395

Ensemble Chancel Choir Rev. Richter

Barbara Thompson

*Stand if you are able. Childcare is provided for infants to age 2 in the nursery. 2 year olds go to the Orange room and 3 year olds may be taken to the Red Room. If you have a restless child, you may take them into the cry room and watch the service from our closed circuit TV. Ask ushers for directions. Listening devices are available for the hearing impaired. Please silence cell phones during worship.

9:30 AM Sunday School 2 year olds - Orange Room 3 year olds - Red Room 4 year olds - Green Room Kindergarten- Purple Room 1st grade – Yellow Room 2nd grade – Blue Room 3rd grade - Fellowship Hall I

4th grade –Pink Room 5th grade - Fellowship Hall 6th grade - Room 106 7th grade - Room 107 8th grade - Room 105 9th / 10th grade- Youth office 11th -12th grade - Youth Room

Adult Sunday Classes 9:30 AM Room 101 – Outcasts – Study: The Book of Joshua Room 102 – Senior Saints – Study: I Timothy Room 108 –Fellowship – Study: NOOMA – A series of short films, which explore our world from Jesus’ perspective. 11:00 AM Room 101 - Seekers – Study: Fire on the Mountain Room 106- Bible 101- Study: Get Acquainted With Your Bible


WELCOME VISITORS! We are so pleased that you have chosen to worship with us today. Please fill out a visitor’s card, which can be found in the pew rack. Detach the end of the card and use it for a name tag. Then place the card in the offering plate. Call us at 793-5712, if we can be of any assistance to you.

FLOWERS ON OUR ALTAR The flowers on the altar this morning are given to the Glory of God.

“PATHWAY TO GOD” PRAYER CHAIN Nancy Benyon is our Pathway to God Prayer Chain coordinator. You can send your prayer concerns to Nancy at Snmma@aol.com and she will forward them to the rest of the prayer chain team.

PRAYER CONCERNS Lois Griffin, Dale Ewing, Larry Millender, Valerie Grier, Fernando Bayona, Mike Watkins, Tony Edward Thomas, Tony Hughes, Sean Anderson, Gloria Miller, Jason Furman, Pearl Damon, Walter Doyle, Clifford Westervelt, & persecuted Christians, our men and women in the Armed Forces, our President and government leaders, & our sister Church in Puerta de Golpe, Cuba.

CONTINUED CONCERN St. Peter’s loved ones serving our country: Jared Albright, Cara Allison, Michael Clarke, Specialist Daniel Coleman, David Davis, Rayon Earle, Justin Hansing, Sean Healy, Heather in Okinawa, Frank Hellman, Daniel Horn, Brian Hoyt, Lt. Sean Kinley USN, Tom Kitson, Andrew Lawrence, SPC Brian Levene, Scott Lindholm, Specialist David Leon Littlejohn, Brian Lowe, 1st Lt. Thomas Meltzer, Matthew Michael, Major Michael Michel, USN Matthew Miller, Robert Newsome, Mark Rozak, Kenny Ripley, Andrew Rowan, Colin Schafer, Major Charles Seifert, Darren Silsbee, Ragan Silsbee, Jay Siempkes, Daniel Smith, Cory Sodergren, Brian Sodomin, LCPA Kletus Stubblefield USMC, Joshua Swan, Wayne Thompson, Juan Valdez, Lance Corporal Stephen Waszak.

What’s Happening at St. Peter’s? Be in service for Him! CALLING ALL YOUTH! Thank you so much to everyone who helped with the Pumpkin Patch this year! It was a success only because of volunteer participation. Thank you!!! There is Youth tonight! Middle School 5-6:30, Snack Supper $3 6:30-7, and High School 7-8:30. New Devozines and Upper Room devotionals are available at Youth tonight and outside the Youth Office. High School Lock In forms are due the 13th! Don’t forget to sign up. Small Groups are this Wednesday at 7. Pick up an Operation Christmas Child box and then bring it back Nov. 14th-20th! Share your blessings and knowledge of the Good News with children around the world!

ADULT MISSION TRIP There is an Adult Mission trip scheduled for February 17-19, 2012. It will be a weekend trip. We’ll be working with DOOR in Miami. The cost is $95. A typical weekend begins upon arrival for supper on Friday and ends with departure after lunch on Sunday. An orientation/logistics session Friday evening helps prepare everyone for the weekend. Activities of the weekend may include working alongside migrants in the field or engaging in recreational and learning activities with their children; interaction with homeless people at a homeless shelter by serving food or singing with them; sorting donated food or clothing at a redistribution center; lawn and building maintenance for individuals; walking through various city neighborhoods; meeting with and listening to groups who are working for change in the city. There will also be times for reflection on the events of the day. The activities chosen for our group will depend on us. We’ll work with them to pick an appropriate project. If you are interested in participating in this please email Barbara Johnston at bjohnston25@bellsouth.net.

THANKSGIVING DONATIONS This year we would like to continue donating Thanksgiving to those in need despite the closings of both SHARE and Angel Food Ministries. We will be collecting $35 to give Publix gift cards to clients of the Palm Beach County Health & Human Services Agency and people in need associated with St. Peter's. We have been working with this agency at Thanksgiving for many years beginning with Becky Gregory's associations with them. If you write a check make it out to St. Peter's putting Thanksgiving in the memo section. For cash donations, please use a pew envelope and mark it accordingly. You can put both in the offering plate. These donations need to be made by November 13.

ST. PETER’S AUTOMATIC OFFERING PLAN YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS MADE EASY St. Peter’s Automatic Offering Plan is similar to payment programs offered by banks and utility companies. Your contributions are automatically withdrawn from checking or savings accounts at any bank or credit union. It’s 100% safe. No one but you has access to your account and nothing can be withdrawn without your authorization. You can change or cancel your contribution by simply sending a written notice to St. Peter’s. For more information or to obtain an authorization form, please call the office, 793-5712, ext.13.

YOUTH DRAMA COFFEE HOUSE Ready for another fun night out? Been looking for an excuse to wear those old bellbottom jeans? Well, it’s time for a flashback to the 70’s as our youthful thespians present “Live, From St. Peter’s.” on Saturday, November 12 at 7:00 pm. They’ll keep you in stitches all the way from Roseanne Roseannadanna to the Land Shark. We’ll be serving dessert and drinks (coffee, tea, etc), so please have your reservations in by November 9. The cost for the evening is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for youth, and children 5 & under are free. To make your reservation please fill out the insert included in this bulletin, any questions please call Mary (632-5946) or Judy (818-4178).

FAITH LESSONS STUDY BIBLICAL SIGHTS IN JORDAN AND ISRAEL Each Wednesday 7:00 – 8:30 PM – Room 101 You are invited to join Ava Sue Hickerson for a study of the most significant Biblical sights in Jordan and Israel. This DVD based class is from the Faith Lessons series, which features Ray Vander Laan. “Travel” to the Middle East without even leaving South Florida! Experience Petra and Mount Nebo in Jordan. In Israel, see Nazareth, Tiberius, the Sea of Galilee, Mount Tabor, Megiddo, Capernaum, Mount of the Beatitudes, Mount Carmel, Bethlehem, Bethany, and Lazarus’ tomb. In Jerusalem, visit the Via Delarosa, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Western Wall, Temple Mount, Dome of the Rock, Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane, Church of All Nations, House of Caiaphas, the Shrine of the Book, and the Garden Tomb. In the Judean Wilderness, see Masada, Qumran, En Gedi, and the Dead Sea. Please email Rachel Lever, rlever@stpeters-umc.org, or call 793-5712, ext. 21, to register for the class.

BIBLE 101 11:00 AM – Room 106 Have you made a commitment to Jesus Christ, but you don’t know how to grow in faith? Have you joined the church in the last year, but you haven’t found a group to study with? Would you like to gain a basic understanding of the Bible? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are encouraged to attend this eight sessions class. Monte Shelley will help you learn a lot about the Bible in a short period of time. Please email Rachel Lever, rlever@stpeters-umc.org, or call 793-5712, ext. 21, to register for the class.


POINSETTIAS FOR CHRISTMAS If you would like to purchase a Poinsettia to adorn our sanctuary for Christmas and put it in “Memory” or in “Honor” of someone, please fill this insert out and place it in the offering plate along with your payment of $7.50 payable to St. Peter’s and mark it poinsettias. Only orders placed with payments attached will be taken. Last date to place your order is December 11th. You may pick up your poinsettia after the last service on December 18th. Please print clearly. In “Honor” of_____________________________________________________________________ In Memory of: ____________________________________________________________________ Given by: ________________________________________________How many:______________

WEDNESDAY DINNERS The cost is $6.00 per adult (12 years and older) $3.00 per child (under 12). Reservations are a must! Fill out the form below and put in the offering plate or call the church office by 9:00 AM on the Tuesday before the dinner at 793-5712, ext 13. The menu for this Wednesday is Ham, new potatoes, mixed veggies, salad, rolls, and dessert. For the children: Pigs in a blanket, fruit and dessert. Wednesday Dinner, 6:00 PM (FH) - Wednesday, November 9 # OF ADULTS _______ # OF CHILDREN ________ NAME __________________________________ PHONE_____________________

ST. PETER’S CHURCH CALENDAR NOVEMBER 6th – NOVEMBER 12th SUNDAY November 6th

WEDNESDAY Continued

11:00 am: Drama (FH) 11:00 am: Bible 101 5:00 pm: Middle School Youth 5:30 pm: Celebrate Recovery 6:00 pm: Scout Leader Meeting (FH1) 6:30 pm: Snack Supper 7:00 pm: High School Youth

7:00 pm: 7:00 pm: 7:00 pm: 8:00 pm:

MONDAY November 7th 9:00 am: CEC Chapel 10:30 pm: Ruth Circle 1:00 pm: CEC Chapel

TUESDAY 9:00 am: 6:45 pm: 7:00 pm: 7:00 pm: 7:00 pm:

November 8th

CEC Chapel Scouts (FH) Venture Crew (105) Men’s Basketball (gym) Disciple I (106)

WEDNESDAY November 9th 6:00 pm: 6:00 pm: 6:30 pm: 7:00 pm:

PandaMania (gym) Wed. Night Dinner Biblical Sights (101) Youth Small Groups(105,107)

Financial Peace University (102) Prayer Shawl Ministry (108) Chancel Choir Christmas Choir

THURSDAY November 10th 12:00 pm: 3:00 pm: 6:00 pm: 7:00 pm: 7:00 pm:

Counseling (Liby) Girl Scouts (102) St. Peter’s Ringers (sanc) Praise Team (sanc) Venture Volleyball

FRIDAY November 11th Office Closed Today! 5:00 pm: Littlest Angelz (FH) 5:00 pm: Celebration SIngerz (102)

SATURDAY November 12th 9:00 am: Men’s Basketball (gym) 7:00 pm: Drama Coffee House (FH)

OUR GREETERS THIS MORNING 8:00 am: Robin O’Larte 9:30 am: Joe & Christy VanNess 11:00 am: Jim Zell

ATTENTION VISITORS Visitors are invited to visit our HOSPITALITY WELCOME CART after church and have coffee and donuts with us and meet the members of our church. Our welcome corner volunteers this morning are Kelly Giordano, Mike Panakos, Brian & Deanna Kirkpatrick.

CROS FOOD PANTRY The items most desperately needed at the food pantry are tuna, peanut butter, shelf stable milk, spaghetti sauce, rice, dry pinto beans and macaroni and cheese and canned soup. You may place your donations in the box in the back of the Narthex. C.R.O.S. Ministries needs people to transport food, must be able to lift 25 lbs. If you are interested please contact Yolanda Jones at (561) 233-9009 ext 111 or by e-mail at yjones@crosministries.org.

EQUAL EXCHANGE ANNOUNCEMENT Join us for our November Program to sell more coffees and teas for our small-scale farmer partners. Fill your Thanksgiving baskets with Equal Exchange products.

SHEPHERDING MINISTRY MEETING Today from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. Shepherds, their guests, and others interested in learning more about this caring ministry for St. Peter's are cordially invited to a gathering for fellowship, Christmas card distribution, and a short meeting at the home of Shepherd Coordinator Margaret Tamsberg; 121 Sulky Way, Wellington (Directions from St. Peter's: North on Forest Hill to Wellington Trace; turn right to Old Country Road (2nd left); turn left to Sulky Way; tan house on the right corner.) Call 798-3648 for more information.


PRAISE & WORSHIP SERVICE 9:30 AM *MUSIC FOR GATHERING WELCOME & ANNOUNCEMENTS *CELEBRATION OF PRAISE JOYS AND CONCERNS PRAYER CHORUS (The altar is open for your personal time of prayer) MORNING PRAYER OFFERING OF OUR TITHES THE MESSAGE Rev. Richter SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION *CLOSING SONG OF PRAISE *BENEDICTION (*Indicates the congregation stands if you are able)

OUR MINISTRY TEAM Pastor: Rev. Dr. Rainer G. Richter rrichter@stpeters-umc.org Assistant to Pastor

Rev. Rachel Lever rlever@stpeters-umc.org

Director of Youth Ministries Christine Oien coien@stpeters-umc.org Director of Music:

Joseph Farrar jfarrar@stpeters-umc.org

Director of the Child Enrichment Center:

Pat Banks pbanks@stpeters-umc.org

Organist:

Barbara Thompson

Director of Children’s Ministries

Shelly Albright salbright@stpeters-umc.org

Secretary:

Debbie Ferrugio dferrugio@stpeters-umc.org Dr. Bill Larrison williamlarrison@bellsouth.net

Pastoral Counselor Custodian:

Ana Solis

Men’s Ministry Coordinator

Steve Jilek 561-253-4543 Sj6381@gmail.com

Our Missionaries: Kazakhstan Zambia Romania Chosen People Ministries Light in the Land Our Sister Church in Cuba Our Community

The Mission Society Lorraine, John & Kendra Enright Sarah Davis, Walter Williams Boris & Irina Goldin Eitan & Kaitlin Bar Iglesia Metodista de Puerta de Golpe & Alonzo de Rojas Mission The Congregation


Nov 6 2011 Bulletin