DID YOU KNOW FOR SUNDAY NOV 3RD 2013 CLOCKS BACK

October 30, 2013 DID YOU KNOW FOR SUNDAY NOV 3RD 2013 CLOCKS BACK

DID YOU KNOW FOR November 3rd (All Saints Day) 2013. ( Clocks Back 1 hr)

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elcome to the NEW Moyock UMC. We are so glad you decided to join us this Sunday at our 1030 am service. 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 are In ministry together and we need you to help us Serve in His name right here in our Community. Pastor Bill Masciangelo 252 455 7117 cell. We are starting to RETHINK CHURCH. We hope you will ….and then join us.

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rofessional 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 devices are 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. Gluten free bread is always offered and available. 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.

Save the dates:
November 10th. A community Veteran’s Day worship service and fellowship.
Marine Corps Birthday Cake Cutting ceremony at lunch immediately after worship.
November 17th. Angel Tree Begins. Natalie Phillips to coordinate.

November 17th Women of the church meeting in sanctuary after worship.

November 17th Sunday: Teen Challenge of Elizabeth City to join us at worship with prayer, song and witnessing. Congregational care will feed them. But they really need paper and personal items. The Teen Challenge needs these items. Please bring next Sunday and also the 17th. Shampoo, body wash, feminine hygiene products, make-up remover, toothpaste, dinner napkins, paper towels, toilet paper, toothbrushes, windex, pledge, paper plates, dish towels, sponges, comet spray, air fresheners, to mention a few items.

November 24 Church Council and Finance meeting after worship. Lunch provided
November 24th Sunday Joint Thanksgiving Service with Fellowship and Moyock Baptist. 6 PM at Fellowship Baptist Church. Refreshments afterwards.
November 25-30 Decorate Church for Advent and Christmas Season. Angel Tree, Crismon tree, Wreathes, and so much more.

December 1st Men’s Breakfast 7:45 am. All men of the church invited and bring a neighbor. It is more than breakfast….

December 7th Lunch for staff at Currituck House.

December 15th Angel Tree Music and Message and distribution of gifts: Program at 2 PM. Light refreshments afterwards.
December 24th Candlelight Worship Service 5 PM.
Coming in January: 2014 Leadership installation. New worship seating format. . Jan 8th New Bible Study on Wednesday night: All about worship. Jan 28th Men’s Christian Fellowship Dinner hosted by the men of MUMC.

What is a Disciple?
It means learner and orienting our lives to be more like Christ. It means responding to the call to be a disciple and to disciple others.
Do we have a life worth imitating and that others see Jesus like qualities in us?
Do you want to know Christ and the power of His resurrection? Can you share this with others?
Can you describe a time when God broke into your life with an event that changes you yet again?
Are you a disciple of Christ? This means you now:
a) Bear your cross daily
b) Abide in the word
c) Love as Christ loves
d) Reproduce by passing on the news
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orship
The Danish theologian, Soren Kierkegaard, compared worship with going to the theater. He said that, for many Christians, going to worship was like going to see a play. They decided which show to see, dressed properly, arrived on time, were ushered to their seat and waited for the show to begin. They were part of the audience that watched the performers — clergy, acolytes, musicians, and ushers — put on the play. At some time, they could expect to pay for admission — usually during intermission. After the play, they had dinner, went home, evaluated the performance and decided whether to return to that theater or look for another.
Then Kierkegaard, asked, “Where is God in all of this?
In New Testament worship, the people in the congregation are the actors who have come to DO something — to worship. God is the audience — the one who watches and listens. So, what about the pastor and other worship leaders? They are the “prompters” who help the congregation do its worship.
The four New Testament words translated into English as “worship” are VERBS — action words. Worship is not something that we attend and watch, it is something that we DO.

Worship is a way of saying, “God is No.1”. Nothing and no one is more important than God. Worship is a time to get our priorities straight — at least for a little while. All week, we have lived as if we were No.1. Now we acknowledge God is No.1, and everything else comes “after” God — including us.
God is not here to serve us. We are here to serve God. Are you here to serve God?

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huge “Thank you” to all who gave cards, gifts and well wishes to Susan and I for Pastor Appreciation month. We love serving Him at The New Moyock UMC. WE love you all.
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