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Anyone is invited to come and share with God your concerns or hallelujahs for the church.
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Bible Search
August 11 2013

   Miramar United Methodist Church
Celebrating 52 years of Ministry!
MUMC, in the heart of Miramar, a place for gathering, healing, and sending out friends, helping to create a sense of family to find new life in Christ
Order of Worship August 11, 2013 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. services
Pastor: David Range
As a courtesy to all, Please place cell phones and pagers to silent mode.
 
Call to Worship

*Hymn 155                                                      All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name

Prayer

*Praise & Worship

Welcome and Recognition of Visitors
Birthday and Anniversary Recognition, Registration of Attendance, Announcements, *Sharing the Spirit. Visitors are invited to come to our Welcome Center on the Utopia Drive “front porch” after the service.

Scripture                                    Hebrews 11 & 12 selections        
                                       
Children’s Time/Builder’s Time

Baptism

*Hymn 364                                                                                  Because He Lives

Reception of Tithes and Offerings                        
                                
Doxology (Hymn 95) “Praise God, from Whom all Blessings Flow”
(The Nursery is open in Room 11, where the service can be viewed and heard by parents with children needing to be settled.)

Sharing Joys & Concerns and where you have shared or found blessings

Prayer Hymn 526                                           What a Friend We Have in Jesus
(You are invited to come forward for prayer, dedication or rededication. If you have made a commitment to the Lord or if you would like to become a member of the church please speak with Pastor David for prayer and the next step.)

Pastoral prayer and Lord’s Prayer

Sermon           “One of the World’s Great Sermons”             Pastor David Range

 *Hymn of Commitment                               In My Heart There Rings a Melody

Benediction and Postlude (please join hands)


Today’s Mission offering is for Apportionments
Next Sunday’s is for Women in Distress
Attendance for last Sunday was 172
Events This Week :
Today: Prayer Meeting: 6:00 p.m.
Monday: Local MUMC Bold Justice Team Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday: Viewing for Lars Clunie (who passed August 3) from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. with a Celebration of Life service starting at 7:00 p.m. all at Scarano’s Funeral Home at the southwest corner of Pines Blvd., and Douglas road.
Wednesday to Friday: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. & Sunday at 4:00 p.m. Revival at Norland UMC
Friday: Spaghetti Night 2-6:30 p.m., fill in your order form today or call Sharon Allen or Loretta Parris
Next Sunday: Blood Drive 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Dates for the future:
Monday August 19 Admin Council 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday August 20 Finance Committee 6:00 p.m.
Thursday August 22 Choir practices resume 7:30 p.m.
Sunday August 25 53rd Church Anniversary Services 8:30 & 11:00 a.m.,
New Members Session 7:00 p.m.

Finance report for last Sunday
Envelopes and Loose Collection                $  3165.01
Building Fund/Trustees                    $      69.00
Roof Repair                        $    108.50
Mission                            $    130.50

Welcome to all visitors.  You are invited to stand during the service and introduce yourself, or to have someone else introduce you.  We want to give you one of our welcome packs and therefore encourage you to fill out the card and tear off the badge, write your name on it and wear it so that we can greet you during and after the service. Note that there is a wheelchair entrance from the back parking lot through the double doors. The church has a wheelchair in the back of the sanctuary for anyone wishing to assist a person coming to a meeting. Rest rooms for the disabled are available in the Preschool wing.

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS (please see insert also)
Embassy Saga by Oliver Samuels. August 31 @ 5:00 p.m. at the Susan B. Katz Performing Arts Theater. Tickets $45 after Wednesday August 7  
ELF @ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER: January 4, 2014
HATSUME FESTIVAL, at the Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach, .March 29, 2014. See Allison Feurtado for more info on any of these events.

The Spiritual Enrichment Retreat of the United Methodist Women takes place September 13-15 2013 at the Life Enrichment Center, Fruitland Park, FL. Registration deadline is August 24 and the cost is $140 per adult per room, double occupancy. Please call the church office for more information if you would like to attend.
Thank God for summer time! However, the church’s bills still need to be paid. If we all work together to keep our tithes and offerings up we will have a smooth summer and be able to give God the glory for the things he has helped us do with the youth in VBS and camp and ... so much more.

This church supports BOLD Justice (Broward Organized Leaders Doing Justice) since it began over five years ago. In that time we have achieved the building of 2,322 units of affordable rental housing, a home ownership mortgage modification workshop that helped 3,544 families, an expansion of Drug Courts throughout Florida serving 2,00 0 people and saving $98 million tax dollars, helped streamline the unemployment registration process so that people got their benefits faster, and a pilot reading program which is helping 500 students through Direct Instruction. We are working toward this reading program being implemented in more schools and the provision of a preference for Broward County residents to be hired for jobs that our local government contract for.

Prayer Concerns: Julio to recover from stroke, Beatrice as she moves to NJ, Lars Clunie family as we mourn his passing and celebrate his life, Mr. Parker and his family as he seeks of overcome stroke, traveling mercies for Andre and Danielle--for Andre to find a job, Crystal pregnancy at a time when her mother is in her final stages of life, joy that Quane has job, for Jessica’s final interview for a new position, for MaryAnn with her family business, for peace and protection at the Virgin Islands carnival, for Carla to decide between job possibilities, Paula’s pregnancy, Jonas’ heart attack recovery, for employers to show compassion about illnesses, for Veta traveling to Tampa for Andrea’s graduation with a Master’s in Public Health, for the joy of having friend Dorrett with us, for Donya as she works on her Master’s, joy in Leanessa’s graduation with many more to come, for Shirley and others helping prepare “back to school” kids remembering how a box of crayons can make a big difference, for Valerie diagnosed with dementia, for Hemmings diagnosed with cancer, for healing for Greta Jarrett and Lucy Ayayee, for Doris McDowell and other shut-ins, Jas recovering from burns, Dennis for back to heal and grow strong, for the healing of Jefferson’s father, for workers in stressful situations, good health/healing, Jessica reassignments at work, Loretta blessings in family life, Susana, Esther, Maria and everyone fighting cancer, Flori & mother Melba, Ola’s procedures, George & Louise, Judy’s mother & father health, Val, mediation, Ina’s family, the family of Faustina Jones.

Fran Moore, Pat, Bill & Billy Ball, The Hewitt  family,Trevor Minott, Cheri Insinally, School Superintendent Robert Runcie, Broward County Commissioners: Martin Kiar, Lois Wexler, Dale Holness, Sue Gunzburger, Chip LaMarca, Kristin Jacobs, Barbara Sharief, Stacey Ritter, Tim Ryan and Broward County Adminstrator Bertha Henry, Beatrice Grossman, Alvin and Phyllis Hewitt, Rev. Denzil Southwood-Smith, Esther Dillon, Hervin & Dorothy Lawrence, Rudolph Stewart, Gale Walter, Michael Grant, BOLD Justice, Doris McDowell, Richard Potter, Ralston & Millicent Gardner, Niven Stewart, Catherine Wheedleton.  If you need prayer during the week please call Grandma Hyacinth Robinson at 954-435-4036 and your concern will be put on the Prayer Chain.  After you call her, for emergencies or to report someone in the hospital please be sure you call Pastor at the office 954-989-4711, on his cell 954-495-6104, or email the office at mirumeth@bellsouth.net.  We will keep the name on for two weeks, unless you notify us otherwise.

US Armed Forces: HM3Adam Ramsey, Navy; Sgt. Jonathan Orejuela, Marines; LaShawn Knight, Army-Afghanistan.

David Range, Miramar UMC, 2507 Utopia Dr. Miramar, FL 33023,
Tel: 954 989-4711; Fax: 954 989-4315; miramarumc.org; mirumeth@bellsouth.net