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Monday, April 24, 2017

Trinity Worship Bulletin

April 16, 2017                                                                         Easter Sunday

 “+” Indicates that you are invited to stand

Hearing Assistance Available

This facility is equipped with Hearing Assistance System.  Please speak to a greeter or usher to ask for a receiver.  Tune into 90.1 FM

 
 
 
 
 
 
GATHERING
Prelude

Chiming of the Hour

Greeting & Announcements

Sharing God's Peace

PREPARING FOR WORSHIP
 

+Call to Worship                                                                Bryan Morgan        

Leader: The LORD is my strength and my might;

People: he has become my salvation.

Leader: There are glad songs of victory in the tents of the righteous: "The right hand of the LORD does valiantly; the right hand of the LORD is exalted...." I shall not die, but I shall live,

People: and recount the deeds of the LORD.

Leader: Open to me the gates of righteousness, that I may enter through them

People: and give thanks to the LORD.

Leader: This is the gate of the LORD;

People: the righteous shall enter through it.

                                                                 

+Invocation

We remember many things on this special morning, O Lord: the thrill of a new bonnet or a new pair of shoes; the colored eggs hidden in the grass; the scent of lilies in the air; the great music; the crowds of people in church, on the streets, in the restaurants; the feeling of newness in the world; the sense of something transcendent, reaching beyond this world and uniting it with the life beyond.  We praise you for the transcendence, for the awareness of divine presence, for the knowledge that when all earth's stories are told, of war and famine and disease and suffering, there is something else, another story of a man who truly lived and loved and gave himself, who died on a cross and was raised to new life out of the very grave itself!  How different our lives are because of this story, Lord!  How different the world is because of it!  We hold before you today the entire community of faith in every part of the world—brothers and sisters in Christ in Zimbabwe and Brazil, in Denmark and Russia, in Korea and Nicaragua, and wherever hands are lifted to you in prayer.  Let us all remember the victory of Christ and live in the coming triumph of your Kingdom.  Even where there are fighting and sickness and starvation, where people die and there is much sadness, grant that there may also be a mood of hope and expectancy, an inner certainty that you will not forsake those to whom you have revealed and promised so much in your Son Jesus.  We know that night is often darkest before the dawn, and therefore we are bold to pray even now, when there are so much unrest and injustice in the world, that your redemption may quickly come; that little children may grow up in a world without drugs; that mothers and fathers may always love one another; that elderly people may walk on the streets without fear; that poor people will be fed from the tables of the rich, and homeless people sheltered in the houses of the wealthy; and that all people will resort daily to the altars and sanctuaries of the Most High, to give you thanks and to receive your blessing and to live peaceably and joyfully with all their neighbors.  To that end, receive and bless our worship here this day, and let your name be praised in glory by all the saints and angels, both here and in eternity, forever and ever.  Amen.

 

+Hymn of Praise                       “He Is Lord”                            #177 UMH

 
PROCLAMATION AND RESPONSE
 

Wiggle Time at the Altar                                     Pastor Dave Stilgenbauer

 

Offering                     (Giving of Ourselves and Our Gifts to God)

+Doxology       “Praise God, from Whom all Blessings Flow”   #95 UMH

Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow;
Praise Him, all creatures here below;
Praise Him above, ye heavenly host;
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.  Amen.

Offertory Prayer
 

Prayers of the People

 
Pastoral Prayer
 

The Lord’s Prayer                                                                     #895 UMH

 
Epistle Reading                     Colossians 3:1-4                           NT, p. 201
 
+Gospel Reading                     John 20:1-18                               NT, p. 114
 
 

The Message                                                        Pastor Dave Stilgenbauer 

 
 
RESPONSE TO THE WORD
The Altar Call

(The altar is always open.  Please feel free at any time to come forward for prayer.)

 

+Closing Hymn                       “He Lives”                                 #310 UMH

 
SENDING FORTH
Dismissal and Blessing
 
Postlude
 
CCLI #1389164
 
 

Easter Lilies Donated to

Trinity United Methodist Church

 

vOne in honor of Carol and Jim Creasman by Gavin, Lilia & Monroe

vOne in memory of Pet and Fred Jesser by Gavin, Lilia & Monroe

vOne in memory of Susan Williams by Mark Williams

vOne in memory of Charles M. & Doris L. Surber and Jack & Jean S. Boone by the family

vOne in memory of E.B. Glover, Jr. by the family

vOne in memory of Larry Priddy by Ruth Priddy

vOne in memory of Edward A. Voss by The Voss Family

vOne in memory of Naomi L. Voss by The Voss Family

vOne in memory of Edward C. Voss by The Voss Family

vOne in memory of Paul & Vinita Morris, Barbra M. Livesay, Billy Morris, and Robert Morris by Carol Creasman

 

Prayer Concerns
      The Church, its members, and its mission

†     The Nation, State, and those in authority

†      Military personnel and their families     (Lukas Feury, Charles Eary, Eric Shaver, David Slaven, Ernie Tincher.)

†     For those needing to receive that saving grace of God in Christ

†     Shut-Ins

†     The Brier: Rose Gragg, Della Lea Simms, Mary Alice Weikle

†    The Seasons:

†    White Sulphur Springs Center: Janice Gum

†     The Greenbrier Manor:  Genevieve Hanson, Alma Hogsett, Anna Wilkinson

†     At home:  Catherine McMillion

       Those who suffer, grieve, or those in any trouble, including:

To help keep our prayer list up to date, we’ll be rotating names off the prayer list after 4 weeks.  If a name should need to remain on the prayer list, please contact the church office (304-647-4504).

Week 1: Ashley Hudson, Gloria Morris, Patty Peak, Vivian Reed, Sandra Reid, Marion Williams, family of John Longanacre, family of Bob Zopp.

Week 2:  Margaret Britt, DJ and Junior Coulter, Matt Ford, Sharon Freeman, Mary Glover, “Buck” Goodall, Cece Harris, Marcia Kesterson, Becky Longanacre, Jennifer Martin (Tom Voss’ niece), Justin A. Morris, Sarah Morris, Pat Williams, family of Anna Fink (Kathy King’s mom).

Week 3:  Mark Buster, Keith & Kay Morgan, June Peters, Samantha Stout & Arland, Rocky and Pearl White, family of Jane Glaze (Cece Harris’ aunt), family of Virginia Slayton.

Week 4:  Albert Britt, Bill Dixon, Rick Dolan, Earl & Judy Hanks, Grace Patterson (Betty Carola’s sister), Carman Phillips, Bud Simms, Herb Thomas, family of Irma Hume, family of Andrea Burgess Vandevender.

 

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April 16, 2017
Attendance & Registration

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Prayer Concerns

Prayer concerns will be published in the Sunday bulletin unless indicated for “Pastor Only”.  Prayer concerns remain in the bulletin for 4 weeks and then are rotated off.  You are welcome to resubmit prayer concerns for another 4 week cycle.

 

 

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Greeters today:
Ramp: Linda Arbaugh

Front: Clyde & Sue Conner

Greeters next Sunday
Ramp:  Cory Robinson

Front: Ben & Melissa Routson

 
Nursery attendants today:

Ethel Deem            Tiana Turner

Carin Baker             Imani Stout
Nursery attendants next Sunday:

Stacie Austin         Tewon Turner

Rhonda Stout        Tabitha Morgan

 
Acolytes for April:
Joe Baker & Sophia Landers
 
Attendance last week: 

Sunday School: 13  Worship:  63

Sunday School Offering:  $47.00

SS Attendance a year ago:  22

SS Offering a year ago:  $32.00

 
Giving Last Week:    

Worship offering last week: $2,273.00

Building Fund: $250.00

Building Fund this month:  $1,320.00

Worship offering so far in April: $4,583.00
Worship offering April 2016
$8,178.65
Projected expenses in
April: $13,238.00
 
           
 
 
 
 

 

 

Announcements   
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v HELP NEEDED:  We are asking for volunteers to help with the mowing of the church lawn each week.  A sign-up sheet is on the piano.  Thank you for helping out!

v We will have an International Mission Meal after worship on April 30.  All proceeds go toward the Haiti mission trip.  Desserts are needed.  If you can provide a dessert, please call the church office.

v There will be NO Awanas this week.

v REMINDER:  PROWV meeting at City Hall Tuesday, 5pm, to share your personal experiences of the June 23, 2016 Flood.

v REMINDER:  Community Meal at Ronceverte Presbyterian Church Thursday, 5-7pm.

v Don’t forget Gwen Clingman Memorial “Saturday Supper” this Saturday from 4-7pm at Fairlea First Baptist Church for Children’s Home Society.  Tickets $15.  Call 304-647-3430. 

v Celebration of Mission Event is this Saturday at Frankford UMC.  Needed items this week: pudding, fruit cups, snack crackers.

Calendar for the Week:
Today:  11am Worship

Monday:   12pm AA @ Trinity

             NO Awanas

Tuesday:  12pm AA @ Trinity

5pm PROWV @ City Hall

Wednesday:
         10am Vets mtg @ T.
         12pm Vets wives @ T.
Thursday:  5-7pm Comm.Meal/RPC   
Saturday:COME @ Frankford UMC
9am Food Pantry Distribution
9am EC Clothing Giveaway

 

4-7pm Clingman “Saturday Supper” @ Fairlea First Baptist Church