Vol. 13- No. 43 – Thursday, October 25, 2018, Karen Bowman-Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site: yorkfirst.org Facebook: “York First Church of the Brethren”
Our Vision Statement: “To become a community of committed Christians who Love God, Share Christ, and Serve the World”
Our Mission Statement: “People dedicated to Spiritual Growth, Loving Relationship, and Sacrificial Service”
SUNDAY, October 28, 2018
9:00 a.m. – Sunday School (classes for all ages)
10:30 a.m. – Worship, Sanctuary
– SCRIPTURE: Job 42:1-6,10-17
– MESSAGE: “Now I See”
OCTOBER SERMON SERIES:
This Sunday, October 28, 2018, is “CDC Sunday” – a time to celebrate the work of the Child Development Center and recognize its staff and families during our worship gathering. I expect many children and staff from our Child Development Center to join us for worship next Sunday, and we will even get to hear the children sing! There will be opportunities to view children’s artwork in our hallways, meet some staff members, and enjoy light refreshments as well. Plan to take some time, before or after our worship service, to walk the halls and become acquainted with those involved in the CDC program. Thank you to all who guide and support the CDC, and thanks be to God that we are able to serve so many children in this place.
ATTACHMENTS: Calendar of Events, Friends to Remember in Prayer, & Sunday School Schedule
ATTENDANCE – October 21, 2018, 10:30 a.m. Worship Service – 90
COPIES OF this week’s e-news, the November calendar, and November Newsline Digest are available to be picked up on the table in the narthex and can be viewed at yorkfirst.org
CHANGE FOR A DAY~ The Friends of CKV-TBHC ‘change for a day’ is due Sunday, November 4, 2018 ~ Please place your donation in the container in the church narthex that is marked “Change for a Day”. Thank you! Keyperson – Anna Miller
The Hospitality and Fellowship Team are looking for interested persons to join the Kitchen Committee or serve as Greeters Sunday mornings. The Kitchen Committee assists with events, typically on a quarterly basis. Greeters are asked to greet one Sunday a month either before Sunday School or Worship. If you are interested or have questions, please see Tim Beckwith.
York First Church of the Brethren Children’s Ministry
|K- 5th Teacher
|7||Tom McCracken||Jill McCracken||Tom & Jill McCracken|
|14||Kathy Kovacs & Gail Rutland||Michele Gibbel||Kathy Kovacs & Gail Rutland|
|21||Ashley & Tanya DeHoff||John Anderson||Sam & Alicia Weyant|
|28||Bob Stoolmaker||Stephanie Stoolmaker||Bob & Stephanie Stoolmaker|
Thank you to all those who help with Children’s Ministry. Your time, energy, and dedication are appreciated. If you need to make a schedule change or would like to serve as a teacher or in the nursery, please contact Michele Gibbel (717) 318-5442 or email@example.com.
THIS WEEK. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OCTOBER 27, 2018 – Neighbor Nites ~ “COCO” the Movie – 6:30 pm – Scott Krauser, principal, York Suburban Middle School-Scott will introduce this Disney animated contemporary classic. It’s an innovative exploration of Mexican culture and its entertaining and imaginative musical appreciation of the afterlife. Come and help yourself to the endless supply of popcorn. Free, No reservations, Child care provided.
NOVEMBER 3, 2018 – Neighbor Nites ~ Sat., Nov. 3, 6:30 PM – Not My Child – Informal talks, Q&A, about opioids and suicide with two York experts. Free, No reservations, Child care provided.
THANK YOU. . . . . . . . .
Thank you for the cards, phone calls, visits, and transportation during my recuperation for knee replacement surgery. I hope to be back early November. ~ Becky Wenger
DIRECTORY CHANGE. . . . . . . . .
- 19 – Robert and Bonnie Wetzel – Bob’s Room # is now 3564.
LOOKING AHEAD. . . . . . . .
NOVEMBER 8, 2018 ~ OWLS NOVEMBER ACTIVITY – You are invited to gather with the OWLS and visit Jay Crist’s vehicle museum on Thursday November 8. We will meet at the museum at 11:00 am or meet at the church at 10:30 am to car pool. The museum address is 88 South Main Street, Manchester, PA. The building is a working shop with multi display rooms. The floors are level and there are restrooms. Chairs are available in the display areas. Dress is casual, and there is some walking. Jay will give us a brief introduction before touring. When we are finished with the tour we will be on our own for lunch at a local restaurant.
Please sign up on the sheet in the narthex by November 4 so we know how many to expect. IF YOU PLAN TO MEET AT CHURCH, PLEASE INDICATE THIS WHEN YOU SIGN UP.
Up-coming 2018 events: December 13 – Annual Christmas Tea in the OWL’s Tea room
NOVEMBER 9, 2018 ~ SOUP KITCHEN – PLEASE BRING CASSEROLES TO CHURCH BY 8:30 AM ON FRIDAY.
Sign up in the narthex to make a casserole or to work at the Soup Kitchen on Friday, November 9, 2018 (10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) PLEASE add your name and number of casseroles, to the SIGN UP sheet, so we can let the Soup Kitchen know how many casseroles to expect.
NOVEMBER 10, 2018 – Neighbor Nites ~ Sat., Nov. 10, 6:30 PM – What Your Kids Don’t Tell You But You Wish You Knew – A psychologist and his police officer son help us create family dialog about sensitive subjects. Free, No reservations, Child care provided.
NOVEMBER 13, 2018 ~ LADIES’ BIBLE STUDY
Ladies, it’s time to think about our next study. “Pull Up a Chair – You, Me and the Gospel of John” by Lorie Looney Kune which walks us through the life of Jesus Christ. This study is open to ladies who want to learn more about the Bible, their spiritual walk with Christ or just want to join a great group of committed Christian women. We welcome any newcomers.
This study will begin on November 13 with November 6 as a bye week. Books must be ordered by October 28. Please let Pat Trimmer know if you want a book by that date. Any questions or concerns can be directed to Pat Trimmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dolly Furst at email@example.com or see us in church.
NOVEMBER 14, 2018 – CAMP EDER SENIOR DAY – Wed., Nov. 14th – 9:30 Meet and greet, 10:00 Morning Program, 12:00 Lunch, 1:00 Afternoon Program. More details to follow.
If your birthday is in NOVEMBER and it is not on the above list or is listed incorrectly, please call the church office.
3 Barb Wueschinski
8 Jill McCracken
10 Dianne Hollinger
15 Greg Klinedinst
18 Dolores Mann
19 Tanner Martin
20 Carlyn Hoke
21 Elizabeth Eisenhart
22 Charles Innerst
24 Pat Paules
25 Laura (Thomas) Lash
27 Michelle Sauder
29 Tammy Stehr
CONTACTING THE PASTOR: Pastor Joel can be reached most mornings in the church office Monday—Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Afternoons and evenings are set aside for visiting those in need, for meetings, and for other pastoral duties. Pastor Joel is also available for Pastoral Counseling by appointment. If you need to reach the pastor outside of office hours, his home phone number is (717) 318-5442, and his cell number is (717) 271-4888 . You can also email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. By the way, HIPAA laws prevent the hospital from contacting the pastor when you are admitted, so you will need to let hospital staff know that you would like the hospital to contact your pastor.
York First Church of the Brethren, 2710 Kingston Road, York, PA 17402, Ph: 717-755-0307, Fax: 717-755-1382, yorkfirst.org