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Weekly Bulletin 

SUNDAY SCHOOL        9:00-9:50 AM
WORSHIP SERVICE      10:00-11:15 AM

  Welcome & Call to Worship       Psalm 18:1-3
* Hymn #27               We Praise Thee, O God, Our Redeemer
* Praise Song            King of Kings
* Opening Prayer
* Greet One Another
   Scripture Rdg         1 Peter 1:17-21
   Prayer Time
* Praise Song            Jesus Messiah
* Hymn #309             Redeemed
* Doxology
* Closing Prayer

Wednesday, September 28:
      7:00 PM – Women’s Bible Study

Thursday, September 29:
      6:30 PM – C&MA Online: Being Present in Central Asia
      7:30 PM – Zoom Prayer Meeting – CANCELED

Sunday, October 2:
      9:00 AM – Children/Youth Sunday School Begins
    10:00 AM – Communion & Healing Service
    11:30 AM – SS Kick-Off Spaghetti Dinner
    12:00 PM – Disciple-Making Committee Meeting

Mon-Wed, October 3-5:
     North Central District & Prayer Conference, Elk River, MN

Thursday, October 6:
      9:30 AM – Alliance Women Meeting

Saturday, October 8:
    10:30 AM – Baby Shower for Savannah Charlotte Larsen

Sunday, October 9:
      6:00 PM – Bonfire at the Parsonage

    Communion will be served this morning. If you would also like to be anointed with oil and prayed for by the elders, please come forward at the end of the service. Others are asked to quietly pray or to exit the sanctuary for fellowship.

    As we kick-off the start of our children and youth Sunday School this morning, we also want to celebrate that. You are invited to enjoy a delicious spaghetti dinner after the morning service. Please join us downstairs. Bon appetit!

for Savannah Charlotte Larsen
Sat., Oct. 8 at 10:30 AM
w/ Salad Luncheon to follow

    You are welcome to join the church family for a bonfire at the parsonage on Sunday evening, October 9, starting at 6 PM. There will be outdoor games, barbecue sandwiches will be provided, and, of course, S’mores will be enjoyed around the firepit. Invite others to come, as well, to enjoy this fall event!

Grab your friends and join us on Saturday, November 12 at 10:00 AM to make your own winter planter!
This fun event will be held at the Echo Community Center.
    Using winter greens, pinecones, ribbon, birch poles, red twig dogwood and more, create a planter that will last all winter. This also makes a great gift! A 10" planter starts at $45 with extra items to purchase.
    Please add your name to the sign-up sheet to let us know how many to expect and to have enough supplies on hand. Registration deadline is Sunday, October 23.

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