Visitor Registration Or Change of Address of Church Member Name ___________________________________ Address _________________________________ City ____________________________________ State and Zip Code ________________________ Phone Number ____________________________ E-Mail Address____________________________ _________________________________________ I am— ______ a first time visitor ______ new to the area ______interested in receiving newsletter I would like information on— ______ a relationship with Jesus ______ understanding the Bible ______ Baptism ______ Sunday School Programs ______ Church Membership ______ United Methodist Beliefs Programs For— ______ Preschool ______ Elementary ______ Youth (6-12 ______ Adults I would like information on— ______ Choir ______ Women’s Ministries ______ Men’s Ministries ______ Teen Bible Studies ______ Adult Bible Studies ______ Prayer Ministries I would like to be contacted by ______ the Pastor ______ a Church Representative FREEDOM ADULTS WHEN: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2013 WHERE:PARKVIEW INN, AUGUSTA VAN FURNISHED-LEAVE PARKING LOT AT 10:30 AM CONTACT CAROLE/RON BY MONDAY, APRIL 22, TELEPHONE-234-2053 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24: 6:30 P.M. CIA Workers Meeting No Meal or Regular CIA Activities MONDAY, MAY 13: (note change of date) 6:00 P.M. Staff-Parish Relations Meeting, in Pastor’s Mike’s Office MONDAY, JUNE 17: The Mountain Mission Truck will be at our church. Please bring your items in boxes. Faith Break has moved from 1400 AM on Wednesdays and Fridays to Oldies 102.3 FM every Sunday at 9:00 A.M. Our Sunday morning sermon will be on the air the following week. Spread the word. Community Food Pantry Items Needed From Our Church: For April—Flour or Meal—Cleaning Supplies Place items in basket inside church door entrance. Budget Report Received April 14—$3,013.30 Total Received For April—$7,414.15 Needed For April—$15,484.00 (without Our Mission Covenant) Needed For April—$17,200.00 (with Mission Covenant) Expenditures for next week—$5,513.43 Bank Balance—$1,427.10 Owe Mission Covenant through March $4,344.00 CIA Money March Women—$144.82 Men—$69.44 APRIL 21, 2013 FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER TIME OF GREETING/PRELUDE CALL TO WORSHIP/*PRAYER/AFFIRMATION OF FAITH *SONG OF PRAISE (on screen) “Blessed Be the Name” OPPORTUNITIES FOR SERVICE CHILDREN’S TIME Jack Mitchell WE BRING OUR GIFTS TO GOD Offertory *Doxology THE FAMILY OF GOD IN PRAYER Hymn Of Preparation No. 522 “Leave It There” Pastoral Prayer SPECIAL MUSIC Choir SCRIPTURE READING MESSAGE James 3:1-12 “Did You Hear About…” Pastor Mike *HYMN OF INVITATION No. 365 “Grace Greater than Our Sin” *GLORIA PATRI No. 70 *POSTLUDE *Please Stand *****A special thank you and recognition goes out for the amazing flute trio who played for us last week. They are Johnny Mitchell, Alyssa Fryman and Tiffany Hutchison. Truly, for a brief moment, we heard angels in our church!!Thank you so much, Johnny, Alyssa & Tiffany. WEEKLY OUTREACH MINISTRY 8:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. on Wednesdays 8:15 A.M. and 4:15 P.M. on Fridays FAITH BREAK message on 1400 AM (WCYN’s Coffee Break) THIS WEEK’S ACTIVITIES TODAY: 9:30 A.M. Coffee Hour 9:45 A.M. Sunday School April 28—Early Elementary Teacher—Christy Pensinger Helper—Angie Franklin April 28—4th & 5th Grade Teacher—Sierra Redmon 10:50 A.M. Morning Worship – Nursery is provided for birth thru 5 years old. Children’s Church is for 6 thru 10 years old. NURSERY WORKERS April 21—Rhonda Strawzell & Kelsi Strawzell April 28—Tracy Brown & Sharon Coppersmith Children’s Moments April 28—Tallu Smith CHILDREN’S CHURCH WORKERS April 21—Meg Ammerman April 28—Amanda Caudill 5:00 P.M. Youth Ministries NO Choir Practice MONDAY: NO Promise Keepers TUESDAY, APRIL 23: 6:30 P.M. United Methodist Women’s Meeting Hostess – Webber-McDaniel Group—Refreshments Program – Circle of Sisters WEDNESDAY: 7:30 A.M. Breakfast and Prayer Time will meet at the hospital cafeteria. CIA (Church In Action with Christians In Action For Christ In Action) 6:00—6:30 P.M. Food—6:30-7:15 P.M. Bible Activities CIA Program—7:15—7:45 P.M. Worship 7:45 P.M. CIA Pow-Wow This Week’s Prayer Concerns Marion White, Anna Kimbrough, Jane Hill, Boston Victims, our new Radio Program on Oldies 102.3, B. W. Martin, Clarine Lemons, Finella Casey Ongoing Prayer Concerns Vivian Smith, Unspoken, Jack Baxter, Ellen Hiday, Howard Coop, Alice Nichols Sympathy To The Families Of Boston Victims Praises Special Music last Sunday, Lola Strawzell's 95th birthday, Wiley Caudill (2 Governor's Scholarship Awards), Bailey Caudill and friend Daniel accepted to EKU, Long Family, Kelsi Strawzell Military Personnel Justin R. Williams 219 Birmingham Avenue Apt #80 Norfolk, Virginia 23505 CPL Fryman, Joseph W. 1st Lt. Isaac Lyons 846 Cliffs Circle, Apt. 203 Spring Lane, North Carolina 28390 IT’S THE YEAR OF JUBILEE Prayer Concerns To Be Announced _______________________________ Open Doors Open Minds Open Hearts Pastor Mike Coppersmith Youth Pastor: Sharon Coppersmith Pianist: Iva Ewalt Church (859) 234-2722 Church Fax (859) 234-6360 Parsonage (859) 234-9368 Pastor’s E-mail: [email protected] Church Office E-mail: [email protected] Church Web Site: www.firstumccyn.org Prayer Chain Contact Person: Frances Cox—234-1701 Valet Parking: Matthew Harney—859-285-9211 THE PURPOSE OF THE CYNTHIANA FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IS TO REACH OUT WITH THE LOVE AND FORGIVENESS OF GOD TO OUR COMMUNITY AND THE WORLD IN SERVICE TO OTHERS AS WE CONTINUE TO GROW TOWARD CHRISTIAN MATURITY. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH P. O. BOX 307—PIKE AT CHURCH STREET CYNTHIANA, KY 41031 WELCOME GUESTS. Thank you for allowing us the pleasure of worshipping together. You made our day! 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