When was the last time you asked someone to join you in church? It is our call to bring others to know Jesus more, to center on Christ once a week, it is the responsibility of ALL as disciples of Jesus – “Therefore go and make disciples.”
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT
Biblically, waiting is not just something we have to do until we get what we want. Waiting is part of the process of becoming what God wants us to be. (John Ortberg)
LOVED ONE OF THE WEEK
(wife of former D.S., George Purnell / serious health concerns)
Simon Cancer Center
Room C 28
1030 W. Michigan
Indianapolis, IN 46202
PRAYER LIST… Pray One for Another – James 5:16
Erick Meyer (underwent surgery 5/25 on c5 – c6 vertebrae)
Diane Purnell (wife of former D.S., George Purnell / serious health issues)
Fred Anthis (kidney issues)
Robert Williams (friend of David Hudson / heart problems) – North Carolina
Jack Bell (brother-in-law of Melissa Gaines / recovering from prostate cancer surgery / awaiting further test results)
Abby Heidenreich (mission trip to Haiti, May 28th-June 3rd)
Sue Ellen Parker (recovering from knee surgery / undergoing therapy)
Megan Miller (granddaughter of Red & Nora Miller / Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma / removed 15 lymph nodules, 4 tested positive / she will be seeing an endocrinologist and undergoing radiation iodine)
Elizabeth Williams (best friend of Nora Miller / resident-River Oaks Assisted Living)
John & Ellen Vinson (friends of McDowell’s / assisted living in Petersburg)
Pat Chamberlain (recovering from knee replacement surgery)
Mary Ann Stone (health concerns)
Belle Howell (aunt of Heather Luttrell / heart aneurysm / upcoming surgery)
Erica Pinney (daughter of Pastor Jeff / health issues / upcoming surgery)
Betty Woodlief’s son-in-law (stroke)
Romaine McCabe (friend of Puff Rogers’ family / mass around heart / chemo/radiation)
Brooke(mother) & Savannah(unborn baby) Teremini (4 birth defects / open heart
surgery scheduled immediately after birth / will have multiple surgeries)
Co-Worker of Ellyn Horrall (diagnosed with breast cancer / needs prayers)
Matt Harper (undergoing cancer treatments)
Heather Ota (cancer concerns)
Dave Newcome (friend of Barb Skelton / improving from stroke)
Toni Whitehouse (granddaughter of Barbara Whitehouse / awaiting kidney transplant)
Karen Gress (recurrence of cancer / continuing treatments)
Harold Cox (brother of Dorthy Douglas / stage 4 cancer / chemo)
Steve Sullivan (brother of Faith Livermore / cancer)
Harlan Scott (friend of Ed & Ellyn Horrall / cancer)
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 / continuing health concerns)
Vic Welch (uncle of Darla Meyer Smith & Lisa Meyer / undergoing cancer treatment)
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); Christopher Cook & family (New Mexico); Unspoken Concerns; Trinity Cluster Churches
ATTENDANCE – Worship Attendance Last Sunday-124 / Sunday School Attendance Last Sunday-N/A
UP FRONT NEXT SUNDAY
ACOLYTES—Aadin Lovett & Kimberly Chamberlain
BELL STEWARD—James Little
CHILDREN’S CHURCH—Bonnie Pinney
CHILDREN’S MESSAGE—Pastor Jeff
USHERS—Ellie Anthis, Connor Miller, Christian Schafer, Ethan Little
WORSHIP LEADER—Jim Bishop
THIS WEEK’S ACTIVITIES & UPCOMING EVENTS
TODAY FLC Tentatively Reserved (all day)
MONDAY Office Close in Observance of Memorial Day
TUESDAY Bible Study, 7:00pm
6/4/17 COMMUNION SUNDAY / PANTRY SUNDAY
6/6/17 Bible Study, 7:00pm
6/7/17 FLC Reserved, 1:00-4:00pm
6/8/17 (thru 6/10/17) Annual Conference
6/9/17 FLC Reserved, all day
6/10/17 FLC Reserved, all day
THE HOPPERS IN CONCERT THURSDAY: Southern Gospel Recording Artists The Hoppers will be in concert in the Family Life Center of North Friendship General Baptist Church (Pastor Spencer & Melissa Gaines’ church), this Thursday, June 1st at 7:00pm. Doors open at 6:00pm. A free will offering will be received. The women’s ministry will serve concessions. North Friendship is located at 2244 IN-68 in Lynnville, Indiana. For more info or directions call 812-922-3645 or talk with Melissa.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS BENEFIT RIDE: The Rolling Disciples motorcycle ministry of First General Baptist Church in Princeton hosts their 4th annual Benefit Ride this Saturday, June 3rd with proceeds benefitting Special Olympics. A BBQ pork dinner will be held at the church following the ride, with door prizes, silent auction, Chinese auction, free bike show/people’s choice award, and grand prize of a $250.00 gift card from J & P Cycle. Sign up 9:00am at Princeton Courthouse Gazebo. Coffee & donuts served. $15.00 per rider / $10.00 per passenger. Last bike out – 10:00am. Last bike in – 1:00pm. For more information call 812-677-2755 or 812-385-5410.
HOLY COMMUNION will be observed at Patoka UMC next Sunday, June 4th.
PANTRY SUNDAY: June 4th is Pantry Sunday… each Communion Sunday [1st Sunday of the month] we ask that you bring canned goods and non-perishable items [especially canned meats and/or box dinners] with you to place in the collection container near the front doors for the Patoka Food Pantry. We are fed by Jesus Christ on Communion Sunday, therefore we need to feed others.
ITEMS GREATLY NEEDED AT THIS TIME:
Canned: sweet corn, sweet peas, chunky soup with meat, beef stew, chicken and dumplings, ravioli, spaghetti & meatballs, beefy mac
Canned Meats: Spam, Treet, luncheon meat, chicken, tuna, Vienna sausage
Canned Fruit: apple sauce, pineapple
Other: peanut butter, jelly, sugar, cooking oil, kids cereal, snacks, pudding in little containers, shampoo, laundry detergent, dishwashing soap, toothpaste, toilet paper, paper towel, baby wipes
Juices; Sunny D, apple juice, grape, Kool-Aid, lemonade
[Items which always come in handy – and cannot be purchased with food stamps – soap, shampoo, laundry detergent, dish soap, deodorant, paper towels, toilet paper, toothpaste]
14 people have been served (to date) in the month of May.
INDIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE: “Together We. Are. More.” is the theme of the 2017 Indiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church which will be in session Thursday, June 8th to Saturday, June 10th at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Pastor Jeff & Bonnie, as well as Jim Bishop(Lay Leader to Annual Conference) will attend. Everyone is welcome to attend most all of the scheduled events at the 3-day gathering. For more information regarding Annual Conference contact Pastor Jeff or Jim Bishop, or go to www.inumc.org and click on events.
MISSION HERE YOUTH SERVICE OPPORTUNITY: Newburgh UMC is hosting a local intergenerational service opportunity this summer called ‘Mission Here’, June 14th-18th. This is the third year they have worked together with churches in our area to serve and demonstrate God’s love in a practical way and they wanted to extend an invitation to our families and congregation. This ‘Mission Here’ opportunity may suit families with younger teenagers as a first Mission Trip experience since it’s not a full week, or families who would benefit from a more affordable option, the total cost is $135 all-inclusive. More information (including photos and videos from last year’s event) can be found on their website www.missionhere.org/. Please contact Emma Loane at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-852-2946 ext. 120 if you have further questions.
HONORING FATHERS: United Methodist Youth Home offers you the opportunity to honor your father while also assisting them with building a much needed Boys Home. They hope you will consider giving a gift toward the Boys Home in honor or memory of the people who provided the building blocks for your life. Any amount is appreciated. Father’s Day is June 18th. Donations are being accepted now. The new Boys Home will feature a plaque celebrating the names of all honor & memorial gift dedications. The names will also be listed in the next UMYH Newsletter, and a special letter mailed to the honorees. For more information or a donation form, see Melissa in the church office.
HOLIDAY WORLD TRIP: The annual outing to Holiday World/Splashin’ Safari is set for Friday, June 23rd. Ticket cost is $32/person, with a minimum of 15 people, so if you plan to attend be sure to get your name on the sign-up sheet on the foyer table no later than Tuesday, June 20th . PUMC youth entering 6thgrade in the fall or just having graduated high school may go for free, as the youth fund will pay for your admission and the admission of 1 friend you may take along. All others, including adults and other children will have to pay the regular price. We will leave PUMC at 8:30 that morning.
5-DAY GOOD NEWS CLUB IS COMING!!! Patoka UMC will host the 5-Day Good News Club once again this summer – June 26th-30th from 12:30-2:00pm each day. 5-day club is for children ages 4-12 and will offer Bible lessons, activities, snacks, music and lots of fun! We look forward to seeing you… and bring your friends too!!
NO MOUNTAIN MISSION PICK UP IN JUNE / FREE YARD SALE: Instead of our June Mountain Mission pick up we will collect for the free back-to-school yard sale that Patoka UMC will host on Saturday, August 5th, 7:30-10:00am Any & all donations are appreciated and can be stored in the attached garage at the Family Life Center. Please place donations on the wood pallets please to prevent water damage. Clearly mark items “for yard sale” since the garage is used for other storage and we don’t want to overlook anything when sorting begins. Who can donate? EVERYONE! Who can take advantage of the items being offered? EVERYONE! There is no charge. Just come that morning and take what you like or need. In the meantime, if you would like to assist with preparation for the sale or need more information, contact Kathy Hudson at 812-779-2058.
BIBLE-IN-A-YEAR: Copies of the monthly “Bible-In-A-Year” readings have been placed near the entry. Feel free to pick one up!!
What then are we to do about our problems? We must learn to live with them until such time as God delivers us from them…we must pray for grace to endure them without murmuring. Problems patiently endured will work for our spiritual perfecting. They harm us only when we resist them or endure them unwillingly.- A.W. Tozer