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Weekly Bulletin 

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

   Welcome            Advent Wreath Candle Lighting
* Hymn #186          O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
* Hymn #219          As with Gladness
* Opening Prayer
   Scripture Reading         
Genesis 3:1-15
   Prayer Time
   Special Music      Marty & Linda Reynhout
                               Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus
   Message              The Seed
* Hymn #218           Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne
* Doxology
* Closing Prayer

Thursday, December 3:
        9:30 AM – Alliance Women Meeting (at the church)
        7:30 PM – Zoom Prayer Meeting – CANCELED

Sunday, December 6: 
        9:00 AM – Sunday School – SUSPENDED
      10:00 PM – Worship Service

Monday, December 7: 

        2:00-7:00 PM – Red Cross Blood Drive, Echo Community Center

    The next Alliance Women meeting will be this Thursday, December 3, at 9:30 AM, at the church. Please wear a mask.

This year we have chosen to bless April Kessler's family.
Her daughter, Casey Wall attended many of our church events.
We will be collecting an offering this Sunday,
please give as you are able in the basket in the foyer
or to Donna or Linda.

If you are unable to give on Nov 29,
then feel free to drop off your donation
to the church or parsonage during the week.
Pastor and Linda will take the gift to the family
on Dec 6 after we have received all donations.

    Beginning the Sunday after Thanksgiving, we will focus on Advent and the celebration of the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. We hope to share some special Christmas music with the church family during that time. If you would like to volunteer to present something special, please talk to Pastor Marty.

Lois Larson
Lockwood House
1107 Skyline Cir
Marshall  MN  56258

Message from Paul Crosby, Asst. VP for Donor Engagement:

A generous Alliance donor has provided
a $100,000 matching gift for all donations to
The Alliance Year-End Offering made on
December 1 — GivingTuesday!
How can you help?

1. Consider making a special gift to the
Year-End Offering on GivingTuesday this year!
There will be a special giving button on the give page at
that will make it easy for you to participate
towards the generous match
and doubling the impact of your gift!

2. Give by check
Simply follow these directions to mail in your donation:
Make your check payable to "The Alliance".
Include your desired designation on the memo line and mail to:
The Alliance
8595 Explorer Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

3. Give over the phone
Have a credit or debit card ready and call 1-866-443-8262.
Our Donor Services team is here to assist you
M-F 8:00am-4:30pm (Mountain Time).


    Thank you for wearing a mask while inside the church building. If you need a mask, please see Pastor Marty. 

    If you have any prayer needs, please call/ text Pastor Marty at 605-860-8437 (cell), or 
call the church at 507-925-4176. 

    We need to clean and sanitize the sanctuary, entry way, and foyer after each service. Please canvas the area around you each week after the service. Get a disinfecting wipe and wipe down the back of the pew you sat it, the top of the pew in front of you, and any other high-touch areas. Thanks for your help.


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278 3rd St., POB 265 | Echo, MN 56237 | PH: (507) 925-4176