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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 146:1-10
* Praise Song            What a Beautiful Name
* Praise Song            Be Unto Your Name
* Opening Prayer
* Greet One Another
  Scripture Rdg          Galatians 5:16-6:10
  Prayer Time
* Hymn #379             There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy
  Message                 Restoration
* Hymn #400             Be Thou My Vision
* Hymn #623             The Doxology
* Closing Prayer

Monday, Sep 18:
     8:00 PM – Board of Ministries Meeting

Tuesday, Sep 19:
     7:00 PM – Disciple-Making Ministries Meeting

Wednesday, Sep 20:
     7:00 PM – Women’s Bible Study Begins! (at the church)

Thursday, Sep 21:
     7:30 PM – Zoom Prayer Meeting

Wednesday, Sep 27:
     6:30 PM – C&MA Online – To the Hard Places (see below)
     7:00 PM – Women’s Bible Study (at the church)

Monday, Oct 2:
     7:00 PM – MCCL Annual Presentation: “Save the 12,000”

ONE NIGHT ONLY: To the hard places.
    On Wed, Sep 27, at 6:30 PM, you are invited to watch a livestream event from the C&MA. The event will focus on going and sending workers into the field and will feature several of our Alliance International Workers discussing their ministries in the world’s most challenging places. Find out how we can continue to support them and send more workers to join them in fulfillment of our vision of “All of Jesus for All the World.”

    More than 12,000 unborn children died from abortion in Minnesota last year. That's a stunning 20 percent increase. And it's going to get worse: Lawmakers just passed laws establishing abortion-up-to-birth, abolishing a program supporting pregnant women, and even repealing a measure guaranteeing lifesaving care for newborns.
    Minnesota Concerned Citizens for Life (MCCL) is launching a new “Save the 12,000” series of meetings across the state. At each meeting, MCCL will update attendees about the extremism of Minnesota’s current laws. They’ll also provide pro-lifers with the tools they need to have confident and effective conversations that persuade others. And they’ll lay out practical steps everyone can take that will save lives.
    The local MCCL presentation will be held on Mon, Oct 2, at 7 PM at the Redwood Falls Pizza Ranch. Arrive at 6:30 PM if you wish to purchase food.

    You are welcome to join us for a bonfire at the parsonage on Sunday, October 8, starting at 6 PM. There will be outdoor games, hot dogs, and, of course, S’mores! Invite others to join us, as well, to enjoy this fun fall activity!

    Tyler Alliance Church has invited various groups to join them in packing “Food for Kidz” on Sun, Oct 15, from 12 to 5 PM. This helps feed starving children around the world. The food is pro-vided by “Food for Kidz”. We’re asked to provide workers (youth/ adults/ even kids) along with a donation.
    If you are interested in participating, please indicate that on the Sign-Up Sheet in the foyer.

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