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November 11 2012

 

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 for Pastor Appreciation Sunday

November 11, 2012, 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

 

*Praise & Worship                                                          

 

Prayer      

 

*Hymn 715                                                                   Rejoice, the Lord is King

 

Welcome and Recognition of Visitors

Birthday and Anniversary Recognition, Registration of Attendance, Announcements, *Sharing the Spirit (Please be seated when the music starts).Visitors are invited to come to our Welcome Center on the Utopia Drive “front porch” after the service.

                      

Scripture Lesson                         Acts 16:11-15    

                                       

Children’s Time/Builder’s Time

 

Baptism

 

*Hymn 428                                                          For the Healing of the Nations

 

Reception of Tithes and Offerings & Connect Cards

 

Doxology (Hymn 95) “Praise God, from Whom all Blessings Flow”

(Sunday school for ages 3-11 years. The Nursery is available 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 found or shared blessing this week

 

Prayer Hymn 435                                                             O God of Every Nation                                              

(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 

 

Choir                   “How Can I Keep from Singing”              

 

Sermon              “The Lost Five Commandments”                Pastor David Range

 

Hymn of Commitment 710                                                 Faith of our Fathers

 

Today’s Mission offering is for Apportionments

Next Sunday’s is for Women in Distress

Attendance for last Sunday was 159

  

Events this week:

Today: Meeting with Broward County Commissioner Barbara Sharief in the fellowship hall. Please bring your mortgage coupons, any letter about being behind or any foreclosure paperwork. 

Bible Study with Pastor Garnes in the Library 10:00 a.m., 

Prayer Meeting 6:00 p.m.

Monday: Trustees 7:30 p.m., Choir practice 7:30 p.m. 

Wednesday: Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Please read: Acts 17-28

Thursday: United Methodist Women 7:00 p.m. World Thank Offering

Friday: Youth Fellowship 7:00 p.m. 

Saturday: Harvest Decoration at 6:00 p.m. or let Roland Abel know if you have items to pick up for decoration.

Next Sunday: Harvest Thanksgiving Services 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Please bring canned goods and other non-perishables to help our food pantry and those who the UMW will be blessing with a food basket. Children are invited to process with the food at the beginning of the service. Please come prepared for the harvest sale afterwards.

 

Dates to remember for the future: 

Monday Nov. 19 UMW sort food for baskets 6:00 p.m. 

Monday Nov 26 Hanging of the Greens 7:30 p.m.

Saturday Dec. 1 New Realities Deliver Summit 2-5 p.m. We need 80 to attend in order to get a wide variety of us move forward together 

Sunday Dec. 9 Home Grown Christmas Concert 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday Dec. 11 Choir 7:30 p.m.

Thursday Dec. 13 Pre School Christmas Program 7:00 p.m.

Friday Dec. 14 Youth Fellowship Christmas party 7:00 p.m.

Sunday Dec. 16 Joint service for Christmas Cantata, 10 a.m. 

   

Finance report for last Sunday 

Envelopes and Loose Collection $ 3422.10

Building Fund/Trustees $         157.50

Roof Repair $           164.50

Mission $        637.00    

 

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. Please 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.

 

If you registered for the Holy Land trip, Feb. 27 to March 8, 2013 remember you need to make your $1500 additional payment by November 14. 

Prayer Concerns: Family of Peter Sotolongo who died on Oct. 31, for Greta Jarrett as she continues to improve, for Jeannie as she has a growth removed, for those recovering from the storm and expecting another one, for the UMW as they meet in Claremont for a conference, joy that Stephanie has had 5 awesome days in her new school, joy that Debbie’s resource day was successful, for the one who is having a lump diagnosed, joy that Flori’s sister Luz Da is doing well, for Randy feeling better and for him to get a job, for Jonathan’s coming to be with his father as he becomes a citizen, for Ana Lillian as she comes to care for Bettyanne who is getting surgery on Friday, for Bettyanne’s friend Steve and family upon the loss of his daughter, for Millicent Gardner who broke her ankle, for Ina’s family, for the persecuted church in India, Nigeria, China and Pakistan and other places, for Jessica’s father Jesse that he will not remain in his dark place, for Kishma’s medical procedure, for Morayma’s mom with colon cancer, for Brenda Robinson’s back surgery, for Adam Ramsey and all those returning from the battlefield, for the lives touched by Carla Williamson’s father and for her brothers and she to get closer, for Marcia’s good neighbors Christina and Orlando as they recover from their car accident, Pat thankful for sister Joan surviving storm and for those effected to get over it, traveling mercies as Stephanie Steward and family travel to Jamaica to lay Cynthia to rest and for her father Rudolph’s eye surgery, for Paulette’s surgery that it might be a success, for those whose marriage is in trouble, for Laura, James, Eleanor and especially MaryJane who is home after receiving a pacemaker, for Geneta’s nephew Kevin remembering his mother who died 10 years ago, for Lars Clunie and those who visit him in nursing home, for Everline who is depressed and all others diagnosed with cancer, for Melissa and her family during a difficult year of losing grandfather and having a two year old cousin drown and for have father in nursing home, for Leylah’s concerns, for New York looters and for all of us to be prepared for whatever comes our way--that we might know God’s light more in a dark world, for Ann and Sundie McBean, for Waldin not feeling well, for Kathy’s sister and cousin, for June and Nancy to find jobs and for Dorothy to continue to give thanks, for good health and peace.

 

Valda Pearce, Carolyn Kelly, Ernestine Pierce, Cynthia Henderson, Thomas McIntosh, Everline Humphreys, Rita McNeil, Beatrice Grossman, Leighton Delvaille, Deshawn Jackson, Becky Maynard, Elwood James, Norris Southwood-Smith, Scott Hoffman, Samantha & Sophie, Kevin Henry, Natalie Wright, Alvin and Phyllis Hewitt, Rev. Denzil Southwood-Smith, Royland & Greta Jarrett, Loretta Parris, Pat Mark, the Gooden Family, Tracey Smith, Ouida Menzies, Jack & Donna Hurley, Esther Dillon, Hervin & Dorothy Lawrence, Winnifred Samuels, Rudolph Stewart, Gale Walter, Edie Range, Lisa Andre, Potter family, Victor Ayayee, Michael Grant, BOLD Justice, Grace McCorkle, Doris McDowell, Lars Clunie, 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 or 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.

 

Pastor David Range, 

Miramar UMC, 2507 Utopia Dr., Miramar, FL 33020. 

Tel: 954-989 4711, Fax: 954-989 4315 

mirumeth@bellsouth.net, miramarumc.org