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Bulletin 11-13-16

SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT
“Man was created to glorify God. Now, that may encompass other things which God has planned for each man, but essentially, man was created to glorify God.” (Criss Jami)

LOVED ONE OF THE WEEK
(friend of Spencer & Melissa Gaines / congestive heart failure / undergoing treatment & tests)
Lori Keenan, 2109 E. Broadway, Princeton, IN 47670

PRAYER LIST… Pray One for Another – James 5:16
Fred Johnson (step-father of Sarah Payton / complications from cancer / tumors behind eyes / procedure to relieve pressure / will attempt radiation)
Elizabeth (Lankford) Bruce (in hospital / tests / trying to gain physical strength)
Mark Rawlinson (heart issues / possible surgery)
Ellen Evans (friend of Larry & Heather Luttrell & family / bleeding internally / undergoing tests / travel mercies for move to Florida)
Amy Adams (sister of Patty Craig & Mary Case / recovering / moved to regular room / fluid / cellulitis) – Deaconess
Toni Whitehouse (granddaughter of Barbara Whitehouse) – I.U. Hospital
Angela Bignall (friend of Shelby Luttrell / bike accident / broken arm & leg)
Gary Taylor (mass found / undergoing further testing)
Karen Gress (recurrence of cancer / continuing treatments)
Darwin Nelson (friend of Spencer & Melissa Gaines / undergoing chemo)
Ed Prior (critical tests)
Steve Sullivan (brother of Faith Livermore / cancer)
Harold Cox (brother of Dorthy Douglas / stage 4 liver, bile duct & stomach cancer / will undergo chemo / possible remission with treatment)
Harlan Scott (friend of Ed & Ellyn Horrall / cancer)
Cale Thomas (great-nephew of Mary Jane & Mike Kermode / recovering from kidney cancer surgery)
Dick Johnson (continuing health concerns)
Heather Ota (teacher at PCIS / uterine cancer / undergoing chemo)
Denise Kilps (4th battle with cancer/chemo / recovering from surgery)
Sue Parker (torn meniscus / recovering from rotator cuff surgery / undergoing therapy)
Scott Payne (step-grandfather of Austin Meyer / aggressive stage 4 cancer / chemo)
Les Schmitt (father of Chris MacKay / needs prayer for healing)
Casey Lamb (teacher at PCIS / recovering from double mastectomy / radiation)
Jeff Stenfenagel (co-worker of Greg Ault / stage 4 cancer)
Jewell Pressley (friend of Dorthy Douglas / undergoing maintenance chemo)
Bernie Burger(father of Bonnie Pinney / health concerns)
Vic Welch (uncle of Darla Meyer Smith & Lisa Meyer / undergoing cancer treatment)
Faith Livermore (health concerns)
Larry & Heather Luttrell (continuing health concerns for both)
Ed Knust (continuing multiple health concerns)
Ruth Knust (health concerns)
Military: Mark Ambrose, Jr. (Grandbig of Kevin Meyer / on alert status with U.S. Coast Guard / currently completing degree at Ball State); Brad Hale (nephew of Dick & Babs Johnson/re-deployed); Derek Wilson(nephew of Pat Chamberlain & Jo Ellen Bingham/Navy/Naples, Italy); Christopher Cook & family (New Mexico); Unspoken Concerns; Trinity Cluster Churches

ATTENDANCE – Worship Attendance Last Sunday-95 / Sunday School Attendance Last Sunday-50

UP FRONT NEXT SUNDAY
ACOLYTES—Ellie Anthis & Kimberly Chamberlain
BELL STEWARD—Jim Bishop
CHILDREN’S CHURCH—Amanda Sands
CHILDREN’S MESSAGE—Debbie Bryant
GREETERS—Buddy & Puff Rogers
ORGANIST—Nedra West
USHERS—Sam Muncy, Andy Schafer, Rick Hudson, Greg Ault
WORSHIP LEADER—Mike Phares

THIS WEEK’S ACTIVITIES & UPCOMING EVENTS
TODAY Shoebox Collection Deadline
UMYF, 10:30-11:30am
MONDAY (tentative) FLC Cleaning Day
TUESDAY Break Bread & Kitchen Prep for Bazaar, 1:00-3:00pm
GGH Devotional Service, 2:00pm
Missions, 6:00pm
Bible Study, 7:00pm
WEDNESDAY Nurture, 6:00pm, Ad. Council, 6:30pm
THURSDAY (tentative) FLC Cleaning Day
FRIDAY Decorate & Prep for Bazaar, 8:30am
SATURDAY Fall Dinner & Bazaar, 3:00-7:00pm
11/24/16 FLC Reserved all day for Free Community Meal
11/25/16 Office Closed
FLC Reserved, 4:00-7:00pm
11/26/16 FLC Reserved, 8:30am

ANNOUNCEMENTS
FLC CLEANING DAYS are tentatively scheduled November 14th (inside / kitchen / gym / restrooms / Wesley room) & November 17th (garage & whatever is still needed). There is a sign-up sheet on the foyer table for anyone that can help. For more information contact Patty Craig at 812-385-8228.

MISSIONS COMMITTEE MEETS THIS TUESDAY, November 15th at 6:00pm in the FLC Wesley Room. Committee members are: Debbie Bryant, Rita Barton, Jim Bishop, Mary Case, Shea Duke, Dick Johnson, Cindy Kissel, Nora Miller, Mike Phares, and Sue Stuckey. Newly elected 2017 committee members are welcome to come get their feet wet too!  Missions meetings are open to all.

NURTURE COMMITTEE MEETS THIS WEDNESDAY, November 16th at 6:00pm in the FLC Wesley Room. Committee members: Pat Anthis, Debbie Bryant, Mary Case, Patty Craig, Melissa Gaines, Laura Heidenreich, Sue Hollen, Marilyn Hudson, Dick Johnson, Jamie Schafer(chpsn.). Nurture meetings are open to all.

AD. COUNCIL MEETS THIS WEDNESDAY, November 16th at 6:30pm in the FLC Wesley Room. Committee Members: Mildred Heidenreich(chpsn.), Melissa Gaines, Amber May, Marilyn Hudson, Laura Heidenreich, Rick Hudson, Jim Bishop, Debbie Bryant, Ron Hudson, David Hudson, Patty Craig, Mark Berry, Stephanie Berry, Jeanne Bishop, Alison Marvel, Jamie Schafer, Mike Phares, Mike Berry. Ad. Council meetings are open to all.

BAZAAR – THIS SATURDAY!! PUMC’s annual dinner & bazaar is this Saturday, November 19th from 3:00-7:00pm(CST). Turkey or ham and all the trimmings! $9 for adults. $4 for children 10 & under. Carry-outs available. There’s still time to:
 sign up before leaving this morning – lists are on the foyer table
 See Debbie Bryant for Bazaar Room ideas
 Come and help at “work days” –November 15th – Break Bread & Prep, 1:00-3:00pm & November 18th – Decorate & Prep 8:30am
 Display yard signs and flyers (see Melissa for flyers)
 Invite neighbors & friends
 And pray for a successful event that serves our guests and provides an opportunity to reach out to someone who might be looking for a church home
 Monetary donations for last-minute supplies are always welcome and should be given to Jamie
 Questions? Talk to Jamie

MEN’S BREAKFAST: Due to the holidays there will be no Men’s Breakfast in November or December. We do invite you to join us again after the first of the year. All men, all ages are welcome on the last Saturday of each month. We encourage you to invite friends as well. There’s always plenty of room, great food, and good fellowship. So plan to join us in January!

THANKSGIVING DINNER OUTREACH: Grace & Albert Luttrell, their family, and volunteers will offer a traditional Thanksgiving meal as a community outreach on Thanksgiving Day, November 24th, from noon-2:00pm at the Patoka United Methodist Church Family Life Center. They will cook, serve, and deliver food for anyone who needs a hot meal. If you (or someone you know) can’t prepare a meal, are alone this year, or can’t get out of your home, they would like to help you enjoy a home cooked Thanksgiving dinner. If you (or someone you know) would like to come enjoy dinner, or require a meal delivered, please call 812-664-0981 by November 20th. Volunteers are still needed and welcomed. If you’d like to lend a hand, or donate to help offset the cost of this outreach, please call 812-664-0981 for more information. If you plan to attend the dinner, or need to sign up for delivery, you can also pick up a flyer on the foyer table, provide the contact information requested, and turn the flyer in to Grace or Albert no later than November 20th.

DIRECTORY BOOK DEADLINE: We need ALL changes to the current church directory book turned in no later than Sunday, November 27th to ensure that your family’s information is correct in the 2017 book. Thank you! Melissa

HANGING OF THE GREENS: The season of Advent is only 2 weeks away, which means preparing ourselves as well as the church for the holidays. On Sunday, November 27th we will gather to decorate the church and Family Life Center during our annual Hanging of the Greens, beginning at 3:00pm. MUCH help is needed. Bring a pot of soup and/or sandwiches and join us in the FLC for a bite to eat afterwards. The more the merrier!

POINSETTIA ORDER FORMS are now available on the foyer table if you would like to purchase a poinsettia to decorate the sanctuary during the holidays, in memory or honor of loved ones. Flowers are $10 each. Order forms and payment must be turned in to Marilyn Hudson no later than Sunday, December 4th.

CAROLING & PIZZA is set for Sunday, December 4th! We’ll meet in the lobby of Gibson General Hospital at 4:00pm and proceed to 5th floor for caroling… then on to The Waters at 4:45 and River Oaks at 5:30. Following, we’ll meet at Pizza Hut (approx. 6:15) for food & fellowship. If you’ve never joined us for caroling before, please plan to this year. It will bless you more than you can imagine!

“JOURNEY (to Bethlehem)”, an interactive walking tour, focuses on the sights, sounds, tastes, & characters associated with Bethlehem at the time of Jesus’ birth. Most of the tour takes place outdoors, regardless of the weather, with a considerable amount of walking. Wheel chairs, walkers and strollers will not be able to navigate the Journey path. Journey is December 9th & 10th from 4:30-8:00pm(CST) at New Hope Christian Church in Washington, IN – 559 East 100 South. Free Admission. Tickets are not required – it is a first come, first serve basis. If you plan to bring a large group (15 or more) it is suggested that you come after 6:00pm, but it is not required. For more information call 812-254-1006 or go to www.newhopewashington.com.

CHRISTMAS FAMILY: Patoka UMC will sponsor a family during the holidays to brighten their Christmas and show them the love of Jesus at a time when we celebrate with our own families by sharing gifts and as we remember the greatest gift ever given to us – God’s own Son. All gifts must be wrapped and to the Family Life Center no later than Sunday, December 13th. Please be sure to mark each gift with the appropriate information – who gift is for – such as “girl 1”/(no age given); “girl 2” or “girl age 5”; “girl 3” or “girl age12”; “boy”; “mother”; “father”. Details following:
 1st girl: size 10 pants, (no age given) 12-14 shirts, interests are reading, coloring, arts, crafts and listening to music
 2nd girl: 5 years old, wears size 6 pants and 6-7 size shirts, enjoys horses, dolls, dressing up and anything to do with the movie Frozen
 3rd girl: 12 years old, girls pants size 16-18, shirts XL or 16-18, enjoys reading, hair items and games
 boy: age 3, wears size 3T pants and 4T shirts, likes “Paw Patrol” things, and semi-trucks
 mother – general gifts suggested
 step-father – general gifts suggested

APPLE BUTTER UPDATE: We are excited about moving as much of this year’s apple butter as we have, but there’s still an ample supply to sell. What you see on the FLC table is just a portion of what we have. The holidays are a great time to pick some up for gifts, or cooking special recipes, or just to enjoy with your friends & relatives. Here’s what we had left a week ago [quarts-$8; pints-$6; ½ pints-$4]:
Regular – 240 pints / 22 ½ half pints
Regular Brown – 9 pints
Splenda – 71 quarts / 72 pints
Splenda Brown – 12 quarts / 28 pints / 8 ½ pints

“I don’t believe there is one great thing I was made to do in this world.
I believe there is one great God I was made to glorify. And there will be many ways, even a million little ways, I will declare his glory with my life.” (Emily P. Freeman)

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