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ECHO ALLIANCE CHURCH
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2023
 
SUNDAY SCHOOL        9:00-9:50 AM
FOR ALL AGES
 
WORSHIP SERVICE      10:00-11:15 AM
UNATTENDED NURSERY AVAILABLE

  Welcome & Call to Worship       Psalm 29:1-11
* Hymn #1                 A Mighty Fortress
* Hymn #4                 Majesty
* Hymn #35               We Will Glorify
* Opening Prayer
* Greet One Another…from a distance
   Announcements
   Scripture Rdg         Matthew 6:5-13
   40 Days of Prayer Video        Terry Smith
   Prayer Time
* Hymn #68               All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name
   Message                Prayer as an Expression of Hope
* Hymn #74               Ye Servants of God, Your Master Proclaim
* Hymn #623             Doxology
* Closing Prayer



THIS WEEK 

Monday, February 6:

        7:00 PM Missions Committee Meeting

Thursday, February 9:
      6 or 8 PM – Online 40 Days of Prayer Finale Celebration

             (see www.cmalliance.org for more information)
        7:30 PM – Zoom Prayer Meeting – CANCELED
        8:00 PM – Online Finale Celebration at Parsonage

Friday, February 10:
      6:00 PM – Valentine’s Banquet (at Redwood Alliance)


Saturday, February 11:
      9:30 AM – Morning with the Missionaries (light food)
      6:00 PM – Pot-Luck Dinner (JoAnn’s Committee)
      7:00 PM – Missions Conference Service


UPCOMING EVENTS 
Sunday, February 12:
    10:00 AM – Missions Conference Service


Sunday, February 19:
    10:00 AM – Communion & Healing Service


Monday, February 20:
      5:00 PM – Board of Ministries Meeting


40 DAYS OF PRAYER
    We are entering the final week of our 40 Days of Prayer. An online celebration will be aired this Thu, Feb 9, to conclude the 40 days with the greater Alliance family. You are welcome to join the Reynhouts at the parsonage at 8 PM to view it together.

REDWOOD ALLIANCE VALENTINE BANQUET
    Redwood Alliance Church will once again be hosting their annual Valentine Banquet with a catered meal, fellowship and entertainment on Friday, February 10, at 6 PM. The cost is $25.00 per couple. If you plan to go, please RSVP to Holly Rohlik TODAY, February 5, along with your payment. Make checks out to RAC (Redwood Alliance Church).

MISSIONS CONFERENCE
    We are excited to have Tim & Penny Iverson from Taiwan return to Echo for a Missions Conference, Sat-Sun, Feb 11-12. We will meet with them on Sat morning at 9:30 AM for an informal time along with a little light food. That evening there will be a Pot-Luck Dinner at 6 PM (JoAnn’s committee), followed by a presentation at 7 PM in the sanctuary.
    On Sunday morning they will interact with our children and youth during Sunday School. Finally, we will hear from both Tim and Penny one more time during the Worship Service. Please plan to come to as many of the meetings as you can!

NEW WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY EVENT
Do you seek intimacy with God?
Join me and others as we seek to go on
“The Quest.”
This study with Beth Moore “teaching” will begin on
Wed., March 1st from 7:00 PM till 9:00 PM.
6 sessions: March 1st thru April 5th,
(Apr 12 & 19 as backups).
We will meet in the church foyer.

I am excited that I own her DVD set.
I will be ordering study guides for $18 per woman.
Pay me as you are able or at the
first meeting when you will receive your guide.
Please see sign-up sheet(s) in the foyer and join us!
I appreciate being able to order study guides
in bulk because then I get free shipping.

SIGN UP TODAY! or next week!
(If you prefer a Friday morning, then please let me know.)

WOMEN’S SPRING LUNCHEON
AT TRACY ALLIANCE CHURCH
Saturday, April 29, at 10 :30 AM
Guest Speaker: Denise Hammer from Mercy Market

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