“Love, Hope, and Light in the Community”
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL
“God creates the world”-led by Garlan Yoder
10:30 WORSHIP Service
Call to Worship
Scripture Reading: Matthew 6:19-43
Sermon: “The Simplicity of Christian Stewardship
Congregational Sharing/Prayer Time
*Song leader: Susan Huyard
*Worship leader: Dwight Huyard
*Message: Dennis Kuhns
Today we welcome Dennis and Edith Kuhns to our worship service. Dennis
recently completed his term as pastor of Lynside Mennonite.
This Saturday is the annual “Walk to Remember” at Gypsy Hill Park. All
proceeds from the event will go toward ongoing Alzheimer’s research. See
the bulletin board for more information.
Staunton Mennonite Women will be going to the JMU Arboretum on Sunday,
September 8th. Those wishing to carpool can meet at the church at 2:00.
Following our time at the arboretum we will plan to go to Klines for ice
cream. Please let Sonya know if you will be coming and whether or not you
will be meeting at the church to carpool.
Mennonite Central Committee School Kits are due by September 29th.
Help is needed for the annual Apple Butter Boiling at Friendship Park on
September 7th and 14th at any time throughout the day. Come and enjoy the
fellowship and help support a great cause. The Apple Butter will be sold
to benefit Mennonite Central Committee.
There are pie tins available for donating food items for the Relief Sale
in the Fellowship Hall.
Ed Anderson as he works to contain the fire in Idaho.
Students, teachers, and parents as school reconvenes.
“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin
destroy, and where thieves break in and steal.”
Photo by A. D. Strickland
Sunday, August 25, 2013
Worship Attendance 43
Offering ~ $1,177.00
Next Sunday, September 8, 2013
Sunday School ~ Glenn Zendt
Worship Leader ~ Danny Weaver
Music Leader ~ Garlan Yoder
No one truly
knows Christ unless they follow Him daily in life" -
Thank you for joining us in worship
today. If this is your first time at Staunton Mennonite,
please fill out the “Welcome” card in the back of the pew and place
it in the offering plate.