Did You Know for Sunday February 24th 2013

February 21, 2013 Did You Know for Sunday February 24th 2013

DID YOU KNOW FOR SUNDAY FEBRUARY 24TH

Welcome to the NEW Moyock UMC. We are so glad you decided to join us this Sunday. We’ve been expecting you! We truly hope that you will experience the Fresh Wind and Fresh Fire that has ignited this congregation. Our God is an awesome God and we are being obedient to Him. Ask a church member to tell you the rest of the story. We hope you will come back and join us in the weeks to follow in 2013. Come Alive in Jesus. We are In ministry together and we need you to help us Serve in His name right here in our Community. We have so many ministries that need your help. Today in worship we will tell the rest of the story! Remind me if I forget to ask you to share with each other during our huddles.

Pastor Bill Masciangelo 252 455 7117 cell. Is my number on your speed dial?
Professional Nursery care is provided from 9:00 am till end of Worship every Sunday. A Guest Services table, located in the vestibule, is staffed before and after each worship service. Stop by and get your questions answered. Hearing support equipment is now available. See the greeter if you need to use one of these listening units. 

Passionate Worship: Begins each Sunday at 10:30 am. Holy Communion is offered the first Sunday of each month and at other times during the life of the church. Children’s Church is for children Pre-K to 3rd Grade and starts right after the children’s message during worship. The children learn about Jesus and worship in an age-appropriate setting. 

A new Lenten Wednesday night Bible Study has begun Wednesday Feb 20th at 7 PM. Join the adventure. Take the time to Face the Cross for 6 lessons.
TODAY Feb 24th Lay Rally at Edenton UMC. All strongly encouraged to participate and attend. This is an event when all our churches gather to sing and hear a special word and to share in our ministries. 

Monday Feb 25th Men’s Christian Fellowship Dinner 6 PM at the Baptist Church in Kitty Hawk MP 4.

See you all then. Car pool if possible.
Also an EXPO today at Edenton UMC showcasing ministries from our churches too. Our Music Ministry will be part of the exhibiting show. Showcase begins at 3 PM and speaker begins at 4 PM. Car pool ….and we normally go out to dinner to Pizza Hut afterwards if you desire. 

Currituck County Biz to Biz Expo is Saturday March 2nd at the CCHS. 10-3. Your church will have an exhibit there. Drop by to see us and meet other members of the Chamber. Charlie, Jo, Kim and Susan will be helping in our booth space. Come and say hello.

Did you know… February 24th 2013 continued: 

You can find us on the web at: www.moyockumc.com 


Do YOU still need to make a decision today? Use the decision card to help me help you. Membership? If you are not a member and wish to learn more about becoming a member of the New Moyock UMC….then see, call or email me to start the conversation. It is a new Christian year. A great time to start. A very big welcome to: Karyl and David Loux and Tina Dingman who joined our church last Sunday.


Prayer Chain: Join today via email. If you would like to be a prayer warrior or if you have a prayer request, Matt Bobola is coordinating this ministry for us. You can reach Matt at email at mebobola@gmail.com or via his cell phone at 757 761 4073. Or fill out a prayer request card and give it to the Pastor.

Christian Education (On Sunday) New Classes started on January 6th 2013. Sunday School Classes are going on each Sunday. Join us any Sunday at 9:15 am. For Adults: Tom Santa: Luke and being a witness, Charlie Morris: Book of Romans and Mary’s Danko’s class will continue with their current book. There are also Sunday school classes for youth with Don Marler (6th to HS), children with Linda Brown (3-5th Grade) and Children with Cathy Morris (K-2nd Grade)

Please Read all about Lent below. Note words that are underlined.
Lent is a season when our priorities shift. It is no longer an option to remain bland, “Christian when it’s convenient,” pew-warmers. Lent reminds us that being Christian means change – even when it hurts.

When everyone else is worried about being comfortable in life, Christians spend a season trying to remember how uncomfortable the Christian life can be. Strange indeed.

One of strangest things about Ash Wednesday is the way the Christian life demands physical touch. When I look into someone’s eyes, move their hair to the side, and rub my thumb on their forehead in the shape of a cross it’s a very intimate moment. The miracle of the Incarnation is that Christ is most fully found in the physical and tactile ways of being human – holding sweaty hands in a hospital room, finding blemishes of make-up left on your collar reminding you of a hug someone shared that morning, having your shoulder soaked with the tears of another person, tearing bread from a loaf to place into the mouth of a person who does not have full use of their hands, and yes, rubbing a little dirt on the forehead of each other. Being Christian means we share the full human experience with each other, and when we do so, Christ is among us. There are a lot of things you can do by yourself but being a Christian is not one of them. Very strange.

Lent also reminds us that no matter how hard we try, we won’t make it out of this life alive. This is a time when we are constantly nagged with the reality that whatever magic pill we’re taking, cosmetic surgery we’d love to get, or anti-aging remedy we’d like to try, nothing will stop the process of death.

Plan for Easter and Holy Week Now: Palm Sunday March 24th 1030. Stations of the Cross Good Friday March 29th about sunset 7 PM. Easter Sunrise Service 6:30 am. Location to be determied. Easter Communion/Confirmation Service Sunday March 31st 1030 AM.

Team Matt and Team Tracey and Now Team Annette

If you would like to be on the team to help Matt, Tracey and Annette then let Don Schone, Carol Bell or Donna Helton email is: dhelton2010@hotmail.com and cell phone is 252 267- 5046 know of your desire and how you can possibly help. Or just make yourself available as needs are determined. Being on one or all teams will strengthen your soul, you will be blessed and you will be a blessing too. We are truly a church family and this is what family does. 

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