Church Bulletin

 


WILLKOMMEN ZUM DEUTSCHEN GOTTESDIENST

09. Oktober 2016 - 9.00 Uhr morgens

Wenn der Glaube Beine bekommt

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» So ist auch der Glaube, wenn er nicht Werke hat, tot in sich selber«  Jakobus 2:17

 

ERÖFFNUNG UND LOBPREIS

Präludium ~ Gruppenlied

Begrüßung, Bekanntmachungen & Gebet

Kollekte ~ Gruppenlied

Versammlungslieder  ~ GM 37 Großer Gott wir Loben dich

GM 53 Kommt, stimmet alle jubelnd ein

GM 63 O lasst uns mit Jauchzen erheben

 

Gottes Wort

Kindergeschichte

Gruppenlied

Bibeltext ~ Jakobus 2:14-26

Predigt ~ Echter und Unechter Glaube

 

Andachtsschluss

Segensgebet

Schlusslied ~ GM 133 Herr, wir bitten: Komm und segne uns

Nachspiel

 

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Gottesdienstleitung ~ Fernando Hiebert

Botschaft ~ Ken Harder

Versammlungslieder ~ Gerda Sawatzky

Kindergeschichte ~ Jac Harder

Gruppe ~ Berta Schroeder, Erna Sawatzky

Klavier ~ Karen Peters

Hauptordner ~ Ronni Hiebert

Tontechniker ~ Mark Hildebrandt

 

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WELCOME TO OUR thanksgiving WORSHIP SERVICE

October 09, 2016 – 11:00 a.m.

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Gathering As God’s People

Prelude

Call to Worship and Prayer

Congregational Singing

Come Thou fount of every Blessing

HWB 307 Will you let me be your Servant?

Create in Me

 

OUR LIFE TOGETHER

Congregational Life & Prayer

Offering ~ We Gather Together

 

Proclaiming God’s Word

Children’s Story

Worship Music ~ Circle of God’s People

Scripture Reading ~ 1 Corinthians 11:17-34

Sermon ~ Communion and Community

 

Responding To God’s Word

Sending

Closing Song ~ Go In Peace

Postlude

 

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Children’s Story ~ Bev Unger

Organist/Offertory/Prelude/Postlude ~ Karen Peters

Pianist/Offertory ~ Karen Peters

Song Leaders/Worship Music ~ Scott & Kendra Friesen
Worship Leader ~ Bev Unger

Sermon ~ Daryl Climenhaga

PA ~ Mark Hildebrandt

PowerPoint ~ Christina Giesbrecht

Head Usher ~ Ronni Hiebert

Welcome Center ~ Hans & Irmtraut Hiebert

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PRAYER & PRAISE

Please pray for:

Ben R. Dyck (Dorothy Fehr) at Bethesda Hospital

Judy Lafournaise who continues to struggle with health issues

If you have a prayer request please contact our Prayer Chain coordinators Anne E. Froese, or Lori Giesbrecht,

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CHURCH FAMILY INFORMATION

Sun., Oct. 9, Thanksgiving offering will include items brought together for SE Helping Hands Food Bank.  Bring non-perishable dry or canned goods to the Welcome Centre.

Sun., Oct.16, Installation for Victor Kliewer.  Rick Neufeld (MC Manitoba) speaking.  Communion will be included.

Gym Comm. Contact: Henry Krahn

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SMC THIS WEEK

Today, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Family Volleyball

Mon. Oct. 10, 6:45 p.m. Men’s Volleyball

Tues. Oct. 11 7:00 p.m. Women’s Volleyball

Oct. 11, 7:00 p.m. Vision Council Meeting in MPR

Oct. 13, 7:00 p.m. Semi Annual Congregational Meeting. See agenda on back panel.

Sun. Oct. 16, 3:00p.m. Ark Builders will meet at Marie Rempel's place for a Pot Luck Faspa. 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Oct. 17, 6:30 p.m. Handbelles practice in kitchenette

Oct. 18, 7:00 p.m. Sunbeam Meeting in the Kitchenette

Nov. 9, 7:00 p.m. Promise Keeper’s Understanding Your Identity Workshop at SMC. $20 Early Bird until Nov. 6. Visit promisekeepers.ca or call 1-888-901-9700 to register. See leaflet at Welcome Centre for more info.

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Nurture Schedule

College & Career – Oct. 11, 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. Bible Study

Boys Club - Wed. Oct. 12, 7:00 – 8:15 p.m. Bible Stories Session

Girls Club - Wed. Oct. 12, 7:00 – 8:15 p.m. Gym Night

Jr. Youth - Wed. Oct. 12, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Corn Maze

Sr. Youth - Thurs. Oct. 13, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Session

 

CONFERENCE PRAYER REQUESTS

Steve Heinrichs, MC Canada Director, Indigenous Relations, is passionate about implementing the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action for churches. Pray for Steve and the communities he works with as they strive to raise awareness about justice for Indigenous peoples and residential school survivors.

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COMMUNITY & CONFERENCE EVENTS

Oct. 16, 4:00 p.m. Roseau River Bible Camp is holding their fall supper.  Plates are $14.00 and children 7 & under eat free.  Donations toward the ministry will also be welcomed. 

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Come thou Fount

Create in me
Create in me a clean heart O God
That I might serve you
Create in me a clean heart O God
That I might be renewed
So fill me and heal me
Then bring me back to you
Create in me a clean heart O God

That I might serve you

Come, thou fount of every blessing,

tune my heart to sing thy grace.

Streams of mercy, never ceasing,

call for songs of loudest praise.

Teach me some melodious sonnet,

sung by flaming tongues above.

Praise the mount, I’m fixed upon it,

mount of God’s unchanging love.

 

Here I raise my Ebenezer,

hither by thy help I’m come, and I hope

by thy good pleasure, safely to arrive

at home.  Jesus sought me when a

stranger, wandring from the fold of God.

He to rescue me from danger,

interposed his precious blood.

 

Oh, to grace how great a debtor daily I’m

constrained to be!

Let that grace now, like a fetter, bind my

wandring heart to thee. Prone to wander,

Lord, I feel it, prone to leave the God I love.

Here’s my heart, O take and seal it,

seal it for thy courts above.

 

 

 

 

SEMI-ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2016; 7:00 P.M.

IN SMC FOYER

AGENDA

1.   Welcome

2.   Devotional

3.   Review of Agenda

4.   Membership Meeting Minutes

5.   Updates

      5.1 Financial

      5.2 Staff

      5.3 Vacant Positions

      5.4 Refugees and Steinbach Community Outreach

6.  SMC 75th Anniversary in 2017

7.  Other Business

8.  Closing



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go in peace
As we go we go in peace
By spreading love the fights will cease
We will act on what we've learner (x2)
Chorus:
What can we do to heal the broken
What can we do to feed the hungry
Follow the path that Jesus showed us
The prince of peace, prince of peace

We have (are) all the tools we need
Through us God will plant the seed
We will love our enemies (x2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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SMC VISION STATEMENT

Steinbach Mennonite Church is faithfully following Christ in worship and service by making disciples, building community and reaching out to the world.

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Welcome Visitors

Thank you for worshipping with us this morning. If you are visiting with us, we welcome you and would like to get to know you. We invite you to introduce yourself to us at the Welcome Centre. Some basic information about our church is available to you there.

 

 

 

Recovery of Hope Counselling is pleased to announce that Hali Reimer-Chaplin is now available to see clients 3 days/week at their Steinbach location at 21 Loewen Blvd.  Hali brings 12 years of experience as a counsellor and life coach, and comes to us as an associate member with the Professional Association of Christian Counsellors and Psychotherapists.  Please call toll-free at 866.493.6202 or 204.477.4673 to schedule daytime or evening appointments.

 

 Sunday, October 30, 2:30PM, Along the Road to Freedom exhibition grand opening, Manitoba Legislative Building Rotunda. Join special guest Lt. Gov. Janice Filmon and artist Ray Dirks, with harpist Paul Dueck, the Riel Gentlemen’s Choir with Juno award winner Alexa Dirks, and the Sargent Ave. Mennonite Church choir to honour women responsible for our living in peace and freedom in Canada.

 

·         Use your hands and heart to be a peacebuilder with Mennonite Church Canada Witness workers Darnell & Christina Barkman in Manila, Phillippines for a term of 6-12 months. Details at http://home.mennonitechurch.ca/ShortTerm/PhilPlacements

·         Keith Regehr of L3 Group (formerly ARC Ministries) of Kitchener-Waterloo has been selected to serve as Transition Coordinator following the delegate approval of the Future Directions Task Force report at Assembly 2016 in Saskatoon. Keith will be working with leadership from five area churches (MCBC, MCA, MC Sask, MCM, MCEC) and Mennonite Church Canada in covenanting together to re-shape our national body and implement what is essential to our national identity and mission. Keith welcomes your prayers as he begins work on this assignment. For more on Keith, visit www.futuredirectionsmc.ca.

 

·         Shine: Living in God’s Light, the Sunday school curriculum produced by MennoMedia and Brethren Press, is accepting applications for curriculum writers. The curriculum is for children age three through grade 8.  Accepted writers must attend a Writers Conference in Virginia, March 2-5, 2017. Shine pays for meals and lodging during the conference and covers reasonable travel expenses. More details are available at www.ShineCurriculum.com/writers. Application and sample session deadline is December 1, 2016.

 

·         Featured prayer request from the wider church (to receive regular prayer requests, subscribe to PrayerNet at: www.commonword.ca/go/96).   Bock Ki Kim and Sook Kyoung Park, Mennonite Church Canada workers based in Seoul, South Korea, have been instrumental in the recent formation of Mennonite Church South Korea and also relate closely to the Korea Anabaptist Fellowship (KAF). Pray that their ministry will encourage the faith, resilience and relationships of Mennonites and Anabaptists in South Korea.

 

Making it Home: Learning Anew to Build Community - An evening of Story-telling, Dessert and Song in Support of CMU. Join in a stimulating evening of stories about how communities like Altona, and church schools like CMU, are creating ‘home’ for refugees, new Canadians and for Canadians of many backgrounds. Sharing stories will be Ted Enns-Dyck (Co-pastor, Seeds Community Church), Andrew Dyck (CMU Asst. Professor of Ministry Studies), CMU international students Nonsi Sibanda (Zimbabwe) and Annie Sanchez (Colombia), along with Clairissa Kelly (Coordinator of the CMU-Peguis First Nation Transition Program). Music and singing offered and led by CMU students (including Nolan Kehler, Madeleine Friesen and Katie Unruh). Friday, October 14 from 7:00-9:00 PM at South Park Mennonite Brethren Church, Altona. For more information or to confirm attendance contact Joyce Friesen at jfriesen@cmu.ca or 204-594-0517.

 

CMU Open House October 21: A grade 9–12 ‘come and go’ opportunity designed for students to explore programs and opportunities at CMU. Join a campus tour, participate in a chapel, choir or a class - and enjoy free gelato. Drop in at Marpeck Commons on Friday, October 21 anytime between 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. For more information go to www.cmu.ca/openhouse web page or call 204-594-0523. 

 

Annual J.J. Thiessen Lectures: The Silence of Abraham, The Passion of Job: Explorations in the Theology of Lament with Dr. J. Richard Middleton, Professor at Northeastern Seminary (Rochester, NY), and past President of the Canadian Evangelical Theological Association. CMU Chapel, October 25 and 26. See more at cmu.ca/jjt

 

Hurricane Matthew - Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) welcomes donations of money for its disaster response in Haiti, where people are suffering the effects of Hurricane Matthew, which crossed the country Oct. 4. Matthew's high winds and extensive flooding caused significant damage and increased already heightened cholera concerns in the Artibonite Valley, where MCC's long-term reforestation program operates. To donate, visit http://mccmb.ca/hurricane-matthew; call 1-888-622-6337 or send a cheque to MCC,134 Plaza Dr, Winnipeg, MB R3T 5K9.

Ø  Volunteer needed - MCC Canada Audit and Finance Committee: MCC Canada is looking for an accounting professional  to join its Audit and Finance Committee. This volunteer position requires a professional accounting designation with relevant audit and financial reporting expertise. Please indicate your interest by sending a brief bio / resume to Aaron Penner at aaronpenner@mcccanada.ca. Expressions of interest are very appreciated and will be accepted until October 31, 2016.

Ten Thousand Villages 70th Anniversary Celebration - Join us at 963 Henderson Hwy October 21-23 or 134 Plaza Dr October 21-22 for thank you gifts and sales to celebrate! Cake will be served on Saturday, October 22. Check with your local store for hours.

Mennonite Church Manitoba

 

Ø  Resident Manager and Food Service Coordinator at Camp Moose Lake (Sprague, Manitoba).  Mennonite Church Manitoba is accepting applications for the positions of Resident Manager and Food Service Coordinator.   This is an ideal position for couples who wish to share in the ministry of hospitality.  For more information contact Dorothy Fontaine (204) 896-1616 or visit www.campswithmeaning.org, news.

 

Ø  CAMP WORK DAYS:  Camp Moose Lake Workathon, October 7th (evening) & 8th (all day), rsvp Andrew Brown at mooselake@campswithmeaning.org or phone 204-437-2091, Camp Assiniboia , October 15 & 22, rsvp Peter Enns at camaintenance@campswithmeaning.org or phone 204-451-0867; Camp Koinonia Woodcutter’s Retreat Saturday, October 29th , rsvp Matt Heidi at campkoinonia@xplornet.com or call 204-534-2504.

 

Ø  Mennonite Church Manitoba Camps with Meaning will be hosting the annual Fundraising Celebration Banquets on: Saturday, October 29, 5:30 p.m. at Emmanuel Mennonite Church in Winkler, and on Sunday, October 30, 5:30 p.m. at Douglas Mennonite Church in Winnipeg.  We invite you to attend as a participant, host or sponsor of a table. For reservations call the camp office at (204) 895-2267 or email  camps@mennochurch.mb.ca.  Participants will be invited to share in a free will offering.   Join us for an evening of fellowship, music, camp ministry highlights and great food!

 

 

Ø  You are invited to Fall Camp Day at Camp Assiniboia on October 23rd at 3:00! There will be a dedication of our new cabins, camp activities, singing, a Bible lesson, and a hotdog roast! All are welcome! For more information visit www.campswithmeaning.org.

 

Ø  New Cabin dedication service at Camp Assiniboia October 23rd at 3:00 with refreshments to follow. Join us. For more information visit www.campswithmeaning.org.

 

 

 

 

 


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