Elk Rapids Bible Church
“Where the UNCHANGING WORD
meets the needs of a CHANGING WORLD”
Pastor Gary Gladfelter 342-8663 or 264-6671
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August 27, 2017
“To Reach Those Who Are Seen in 2017!”
“Mighty is our God”
Worship in Offering
Worship in Scripture Reading – Romans 10:1 – 15
Worship in Prayer and Meditation
“A Shield About Me” - #709
Worship in Praise
“Count Your Blessings” - #786
“Heaven Came Down” - #510
“And Can It Be” - #347
“Lord, I Need You”
Closing – “Freely, Freely” - #436
Unsung Servants: Luke and Jerica Gillett, for running the sound system in the absence of Jake and Kat. Thank You!
Welcome to our services!
10:00 a.m. – Sunday School
11:00 a.m. – Morning Worship Service
Prayer Ministry: Lodena Benak and Lona Goodrich.
Next Sunday: Richard Friske.
Nursery Ministry: Today: Lisa King and Kathy Dollar.
Next Sunday: Peggy Gladfelter and Dawn Bruce.
Wednesday, August 30th – 6:30 pm - Bible Study and Prayer Time – “Prayer is life passionately wanting, wishing, desiring God's triumph. Prayer is life striving and toiling everywhere and always for that ultimate victory." ---- G. Campbell Morgan
Thursday, August 31st – Ladies Butterfly Outing – Meet at the church ready to depart at 10:30 am. The Butterfly House is located at 8840 E. M-72 in Williamsburg. Their garden is filled with plants and flowers that best showcase the hundreds of butterflies flying all around. The tour is one hour long, the cost is $9.00 per person. Bring your favorite munchie to share for a sack lunch in the park afterward.
Women’s Bible Study – beginning Monday, September 11th at the church. The study is “Stepping Up” by Beth Moore. It is on the Psalms of Ascent. Song of Ascents is a title given to fifteen of the Psalms, 120 – 134 (119 – 133 in the Septuagint and Vulgate), each starting with the ascription Shir Hama’aloth (Song of the Ascents”). We will meet every other Monday evening at 7:00 pm, and end before 9:00 pm.
The total offering last week was $1,612.82: $30.00 was donated to the Building Fund, the remaining $1,582.82 was posted to the General Fund.
“How unspeakably wonderful to know that all our concerns are held in hands that have bled for us.” --- John Newton