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ECHO ALLIANCE CHURCH
SUNDAY, AUGUST 1, 2021
 
SUNDAY SCHOOL        9:00-9:50 AM
ADULT CLASS ONLY
 
WORSHIP SERVICE      10:00-11:15 AM
NO NURSERY AVAILABLE

  Welcome & Call to Worship       Psalm 36:5-10
* Hymn #71                Love Divine, All Loves Excelling
* Praise Song            How Great Is Our God
* Hymn #342             Jesus Is All the World to Me
* Opening Prayer
* Greet One Another
   Announcements
   Scripture Rdg         John 15:1-11
   Prayer Time
* Hymn #478              I’ve Found a Friend
   Message                 
The Vine and the Branches
* Praise Song            Yet Not I, But through Christ in Me
* Doxology
* Closing Prayer




THIS WEEK 
Monday, August 2:
        7:00 PM – Summer Outreach Team Meeting


Tuesday, August 3:
   2:00-7:00 PM – Echo Blood Drive (at Echo Community Center)
        7:00 PM – Missions Committee Meeting


Wednesday, August 4:
        8:00 PM – Selah – Concert in the Park, in Clarkfield


Thursday, August 5:
        9:30 AM – Alliance Women Meeting
        7:30 PM – Zoom Prayer Meeting



FUTURE EVENTS 
Sunday, August 8:
      10:00 AM – Worship Service



TITHES, GIFTS, AND OFFERINGS
    An offering basket is available on the table in the foyer.

ALLIANCE WOMEN MEETING
    The next Alliance Women meeting will be held on Thursday, August 5, at 9:30 AM. All ladies are welcome to join the group.

MISSIONS COMMITTEE MEETING
    The Missions Committee will meet on Tuesday, August 3, at 7:00 PM. Anyone interested in joining this group is welcome.

“SELAH” – AN EVENING OF PRAISE
    You are invited to join the churches in and around the Clarkfield area for a community evening of Music and Praise on Wednesday, August 4, at 8:00 PM. The concert will be held in the Clarkfield North Park. Bring your own lawn chairs, as onsite seating will only be picnic tables.
    Our worship team from Echo Alliance Church will also be featured in the concert with a couple of songs. See you there!

LOVE OFFERING FOR THE GIDEONS
    Thank you for generously giving $575 in the Love Offering for the international ministry of The Gideons! That will go towards providing scripture testaments around the world. God bless you.

VI GEISTFELD’S NEW ADDRESS/ PHONE
    Vi Geistfeld moved to Granite Ridge Senior Living recently. Her landline number is 320-379-1043, and her new address is:
500 Skyview Drive, Apt 210
Granite Falls, MN  56241

EAC FLOAT FOR ECHO DAYS PARADE
    Echo Days will be held on Saturday, August 21st, and will feature its traditional parade. If you would like to work on a float that our church could enter in the parade, please talk to Pastor Marty.

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