Wolff W o l f f
M e m o r i a l
P r e s b y t e r i a n
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Engineering Creation This morning, as I sat in
my chiropractor’s waiting
discoveries bring home the
room, I happened to pick
fact that nature is not ran-
up a magazine and began
flipping through its pages.
came to be, we were in-
An article caught my eye
and I began to skim it. Of course, I didn’t get far until I was called in to see the doctor,
theme of the article stayed with me so I sought it out on the internet after re-
the air, allowing orderly airflow into the nasal cavity.
devised a cone in front of the turbine air intake that allowed proper airflow into
The article, “The World’s
by Robert Morley [see page 2 for more information], gives many examples of how scientists are inspired by, and look to, nature for solutions and
lems. Some examples: *In
in the Swiss Alps covered in sticky burs from the burdock plant.
out at certain speeds. Researchers studied how a diving
could still breathe at 200 mph
discovered that the rough texture of sharkskin helps channel the flow of water over its surface, reducing turbulence and drag.
discovery was applied very directly at the most recent summer Olympics, where 89%
skin-model suits. I have often found spiritual inspiration in God’s creation,
given full consideration to
small cone protruding from the front of the falcon’s nostrils that slowed down
But, frankly, it
should not be a surprise to Christians that the world we live in, created by God, should provide the guidance
solving so many scientific problems.
we Inside this issue:
neering marvels that exist
Wolff Memorial Thrift Shop
People We Know
In Memory of...
and a heart turned to God.
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
During his sermon on the
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in nature, in our very bodies, could not be random, but can only be the creation of God’s incomprehensible intelligence and creativity. God has given us what we need. The answers already exist. We just have to look for them with the right focus so we can see them: a mind open to possibilities
mount, Jesus tells us, Ask, and it will be given you; search, and you will find; knock, and the door will be
all the ways God’s creation
*In the early years of jet engines
medal winners wore shark-
after returning from a hike
opened for you. For everyone who asks receives, and everyone finds,
who knocks, the door will be opened. [Matt. 7:7-8, NRSV] Let’s
knock. Let’s see what God has provided for us. Praising our Creator,
Elder Donna L.G. Fischer
Special points of interest: • Find prayer requests on page 3. •
Discover another way to make your child feel special on page 2.
• Read about the upcoming Pancake Supper on page 3. • Update your calendar with the schedule of WMPC events listed on page 4.
Wolff Thrift Shop The Wolff Thrift Shop is open on Saturdays
Please consider helping out one Saturday a
between 10 AM and 2 PM.
month for all or part of the four hours of
We continue to accept your donations of new or gently used clothing, accessories, toys, and household items for selling at the shop.
operation. Call Cheryl at the number below if you have any questions or would like to set up a schedule to work.
All items must be in good, clean condition.
George Tinquist is willing to pick up your
Items can be delivered to the church on
items if you are unable to deliver them
Sundays between 12:00 and 12:30 PM or
yourself. Please call him at 973-239-3216
during the shop’s operating hours.
to arrange for a mutually convenient time
items of special need are:
ies, could not be random, but can only be the creation of God’s incomprehensible intelligence and creativity.”
and children’s clothing. The
“The engineering marvels that exist in nature, in our very bod-
opportunity to help a woman who lost everything in the fire. She was able to come to the Thrift Shop and acquire all she needed for free.
The mission of the Thrift Shop is to obtain a beneficial outcome through a new and exciting way of fundraising while at the same
the local Ironbound community.
The church is grateful for the dedication and commitment
Cheryl Debeneadto in
running the thrift shop. Saturday,
“For it was you who formed my
She is there every
inward parts; you knit me together
in my mother’s womb. I praise
sorting through donations. Volunteers
you, for I am fearfully and wonderto
fully made. Wonderful are your
works; that I know very well.” —Psalm 139:13-14 (NRSV)
The article is available for free at the following web address: http://www.thetrumpet.com/print.php? q=78220.127.116.11
Donna’s disclaimer: “The Trumpet editorial focus is eschatological, viewing current events in relation to Christ’s second coming. I am not a subscriber to this magazine. I am not recommending anyone subscribe to it, nor am I recommending you should not subscribe to it. I am providing this disclaimer because, if you choose to read the article, I feel it is important for you to understand the particular approach that the writer and publication takes in presenting the information.”
E-Newsletter Our newsletter email group is growing and it’s not to late to jump on the “green” bandwagon! If you would prefer to have this newsletter emailed to you, please send me an email at
[The best part: You’ll get to see the newsletter in color!] (Many thanks to Cheryl Debeneadto for making this suggestion!)
The article mentioned on page 1 of this newsletter, “The World’s Leading-Edge Laboratory,” was published in the March 2011 issue of The Philadelphia Trumpet. This magazine is published 10 times a year by the Philadelphia Church of God.
Don’t throw out your child’s “stuff” (artwork, souvenirs, party prizes, and such) unilaterally. Go through it together, and you’ll spend some nice quality time with your child in the process. (Vicki Lansky, 101 Ways to Make Your Child Feel Special)
People We Know (Please keep these people and their families in your prayers. Also, please pray for anyone in need that you may know, but are not listed here.) Serving Our Country Robert Debeneadto (son of Cheryl Debeneadto and George
Bert Hernandez’s best friend’s father, Vincent Dominach, was hospitalized in December and had part of his foot amputated due to a diabetes-related infection.
deployed to Afghanistan on
Phil Foreit fell in December and is paralyzed
July 19. He is scheduled to
down his left leg.
return home very shortly.
tests and treatment.
He has been undergoing
Eddie Litwitz had a heart attack in mid-
January. His doctors inserted a defibrillator
Belated condolences are extend to the family of David Schnegelberger who was promoted to glory in December. (see below)
and he is recuperating at home. Bert Hernandez’s friend David Behar, was diagnosed with a recurrence of stomach cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy.
Good News After a lengthy hospital stay, Elder Edward
Please continue in prayer for the following:
G. Orth returned to Manor Care in early
John and Isabel Alves; Maria Cornelson;
Sergio Prayer Requests
Bert Hernandez’s brother Herbert Hernandez, has been hospitalized since December.
Fischer; John Foreit; Sandra Franken; Felicia Hernandez; Marlene Hirt; Regina Iachio; Al Krayl; Marilyn Krock,
son-in-law Wayne; Karen Mealy; Caroline Scholl; Thomas Scholl and their families.
In Memory of David Schnegelberger David Schnegelberger passed away Friday, De-
was a 32nd degree, Grand Master and
cember 10, 2010, just four weeks short of his
Scottish Rite mason.
David was a member of St.
He was also a
Stephen’s United Church of Christ and an active
Livingston, where he was director emeri-
community advocate in the Ironbound through-
tus of field music.
out his life.
Be not dismayed whate’er betide, God will take care of you; Beneath His wings of love abide, God will take care of you. Through days of toil when your heart doth fail. God will take care of you; When dangers fierce your path assail, God will take care of you. All you may need he will provide, God will take care of you; Nothing you ask will be denied, God will take care of you. No matter what may be the test, God will take care of you; Lean, weary one, upon His breast, God will take care of you. Refrain: God will take care of you, Through every day, o’er all the way; He will take care of you, God will take care of you. —God Will Take Care of You Lyrics: Civilla D. Martin Music: W. Stillman Martin
He is survived by his wife of 74 years, David was a member of the Pythagoras Masonic
Florence, his son and daughter, David
Lodge 118 and Lodge 10 for over 66 years. He
and Gail Elliot and their families.
Pancake Supper Plan now to attend WMPC’s annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper.
Woodward, Bill Weeks, and Neal Day.
You will receive a
March 8, 5-7 PM:
delicious supper of pancakes, sausage, eggs,
(Date and time are
and all the fixings for a very reasonable price.
While dining, you will be entertained by the very
group from Montclair, The
Foggy-Minded Boys, featuring our friends Kirk
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper (Entertainment by the Foggy-Minded Boys!)
Wolff Memorial Presbyterian Church 106 Ann Street Newark, New Jersey 07105 973-589-7339 ADDRESS CORRECTION REQUESTED
Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, March 9
True Love For God so lo V ed the world, That he g A ve
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Please put the following
events on your calendar
Shrove Tuesday Pancake
so you don’t miss them!
Supper: 5-7 PM
I am not bound to win, but I am bound to be true. I am not bound to succeed, but I am bound to live up to what light I have. —Abraham Lincoln
His on L y
Begott E n
9:30 AM Believeth I n him
But have E verlasting life. John 3:16
T hat whosoever
Should N ot perish,
ship with communion and
hours: 10 AM—2 PM; Saturdays.
In the rush and noise of life,
April 17: Palm Sunday:
Morality and religion are the two pillars of our society. —George Washington
as you have intervals step
at 11 AM
home within yourselves, and
feel His good presence; this
be still. Wait upon God to worship
with communion at 11 AM
will carry you evenly through your day’s busyness.