January 29, 2017
Jesus has come to earth! The Church around the world celebrates the God “who we have seen, whom our hands have touched.” May you experience the presence of Jesus today as we worship.
Call to Worship
“All Who Are Thirsty”
Responsive Invocation Isaiah 42:1-4
Opening Hymn #349
“O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing”
Songs of Praise
“Only A God Like You”, “I Want to Know You More”, and”His Name Is Wonderful”
New Testament Reading Philippians 3:1-1
Song of Response
“To Know You More”
Time of Prayer
“Come & Fill Our Hearts”
All children are invited to the front of the Sanctuary at this time.
Announcements & Offering Prayer
Time of Greeting
“Make Us One”
Song of Preparation
“Lord, I Need You”
Prayer of Commitment
Sacrament of Holy Communion
“Communion is a sacrament of our redemption by Christ’s death and of our hope in His victorious return, as well as a sign of the love that Christians have for each other. To those who receive it humbly, with a proper spirit and by faith, the Lord’s supper is made a means through which God communicates grace to the heart.” (from Article XVIII, the Articles of Faith)
“Taste & See”
Closing Hymn #476
“More Love to Thee, O Christ”
“Cry of My Heart”
Due to security reasons, please pick up a paper copy of this week’s bulletin to read this week’s missionary update.
Youth Fellowship We invite all students in grades 7-12 to stay after church today for our monthly Sunday fellowship. We will share lunch and then head out to an archery field! Speak with Axel Kazadi to learn more.
Monday Evening Aerobics It is not too late to start the new year with a new exercise plan. Speak with Brenda Southwell or Pam Montoute today to learn how you can join and maintain your health and stamina.
First Friday Prayer We invite you to participate in the First Friday Prayer Vigil for new church plants in our region. Pick up a prayer slip and choose a 30-minute period during which you will pray for the praises and requests listed.
Our Sympathy extends to Pat Chambers and Paul James at the recent death of their sister/aunt: Doreen V. Salmon. Visitation will take place Saturday, February 4th beginning at 10am at Milliken Church. The Funeral Service will follow at 11am. A short reception will also follow the burial.
Special Appeal during the coming weeks a high school student from one of our sister churches in eastern Ontario will be moving to the Toronto area as he continues his studies in the area. He is in need of a place to rent during the school year. If you have a bedroom or studio apartment that he could rent, please speak with Phil Farrell to learn more. Thank you.
Looking Forward Forum In just a few weeks, our church leaders will gather to share all that is being planned for the spring and summer months. This meeting is open to all who attend Milliken Church. It will take place on Saturday, February 18th at 9:45am.
The Next Week at MWMC
Sun Jan 29
Mon Jan 30
Tai Chi for Beginners
Tue Jan 31
Time to Pray
Wed Feb 1
Thr Feb 2
First Friday Prayer Vigil
Fri Feb 3
Sunday School Classes
Sun Feb 5
Worship Attendance: 124
Offering Total: $6,177
About Milliken Church
Milliken Wesleyan Methodist Church is a welcoming community that values diversity. We strive to honour God, confessions Jesus is Lord, through various forms of praise and worship, thoughtful teachings, opportunities for spiritual growth, leadership development, compassionate outreach and service.
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