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Friday 3.15.2019
WORSHIP THIS SUNDAY
@ 9:15 AM (contemporary praise, lower level)
@ 10:30 AM (blended traditional, sanctuary)
NEW SERMON SERIES WHEN YOU PRAY
The Lord’s Prayer
When the disciples of Jesus asked him to teach them how to pray, his response was to teach them a prayer. The pattern for prayer that Jesus taught covers everything that stresses or troubles us. Lent is a time to go deeper spiritually. This sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer will teach us how to live more deeply in the Kingdom of God, on earth, even as it is in heaven.
Sunday, March 10
This Sunday
Sunday, March 24
Sunday, March 31
Sunday, April 7
Sunday, April 14
Our Father…
Thy Kingdom Come
Our Daily Bread
Forgive Us
Lead Us Not Into Temptation
Kingdom, Power, Glory
W O R S H I P
EASTER FLOWERS!
Please help us adorn our altar on Easter morning by contributing a lily, tulip, or daffodil in honor or in memory of a loved one. Plants may be taken home after the Easter Service.
Participating in Worship this Sunday!
Head Host : Lowell Gustafson
Hospitality Team : Anne & Jack Childs, Anne Mackin

Lector: John Sedunov

Hospitality Greeters & Refreshments :
Bruno, Petty, Puglisi

Worship Childcare Volunteers :
Marie Taylor, Jenny Wannenburg, Tacy Phillips,
M or D Sloan, A. Glanzmann

March Counters:
Agnes Fischer (captain), Virginia Gardiner, Art & Marge Miller
Music this Sunday
Minister of Music: Eric Cui
9:15am Gathering Place
"Hosanna, Praise is Rising"
"One Thing Remains"
"Do It Again"
"O Come to the Altar"

10:30am Blended Traditional Service:
Worship through Music:
Wesley Choir: "Old Testament Books of the Bible"
Offertory:
Chancel Singers: "Beautiful Savior"
WORSHIP CHILDCARE SCHEDULE
  • 3/24 - Janelle Meck
  • 3/31 - Agnes Fischer, Deborah Brown, Hallie Ambler
  • 4/7 - Ellen Cushing, Jeanne Zelli, Jacy Rider
HOSPITALITY GREETERS & REFRESHMENTS
  • 3/24 - Dressel/Zeh, Wesley, Fischer
  • 3/31 - Stinson/Young, Evangelista, Switzer
  • 4/7 - Bell, Fisher, Hooper
WORSHIP HOSTS
  • 3/24 - Ron Kirch, (head host) Sue & Bob Kirkpatrick, Jack Lindgren
  • 3/31 - John Wannenburg (head host) Jarrod Quigley, Paul Taylor & Bill Tickner
LECTOR SCHEDULE
  • 3/24 - Jenny Wannenburg
  • 3/31 - Jim Backstrom
  • 4/7 - Jeff Taylor

COMMUNION PREPARATION
  • April - John & Jenny Wannenburg
  • Maundy Thursday - Lowell Gustafson
COUNTING TEAM FOR APRIL
  • Pat Ford (captain), Tom Ford & George Spill
N U R T U R E
JUVENILE JUSTICE LUNCH & LEARN
When: Thursday, March 21 at 12 pm
Where: Fellowship Hall
Ted Smith will be here to give a dynamic presentation on Juvenile Justice for our next Lunch & Learn. He has an impressive resume that includes positions as Deputy Superintendent of Graterford Correctional Institution, Director of Youth Alternative Program in Philadelphia, adjunct professor, as well as the host/producer of a TV series on CBS-10 "Growing Up Straight", a show on Juvenile Justice. Donation of $10 to cover lunch. You must RSVP to the church office by the Tuesday before the luncheon!
LADIES’ MOVIE NIGHT FRIDAY, MARCH 22!
Come enjoy the movie, food and fellowship! We will be watching The Good Lie, a story of a group of Sudanese refugees, given the chance to resettle in the U.S., where they encounter an employment agency counselor who forever changes all of their lives. Invite your lady friends to join you in our church’s cozy and comfortable theater!   Arrive at 6:30pm to mingle, the movie will start at 7:00pm. 
OLD FASHIONED LENTEN FISH FRY
FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 5 to 7PM
Dinner will be Fried Haddock, Cole Slaw, French Fries & Beverages
Adult – $10 ~ Children 12 & under – $6
  Dine In or Take Out. A delicious meal and good company for everyone to enjoy. Bring a neighbor, friend or relative. Profits benefit our local YoungLives ! R eaching teen moms and encouraging them to become the women and mothers God created them to be.
SAVE THE DATES LADIES!
The Women’s Planning Team has been hard at work planning many wonderful opportunities for you to serve and for fellowship in 2019! Be sure to mark your calendars for the following dates:

Thursday, May 2, 5-8pm YoungLives Event - This is a faith based organization who helps teen Moms. They hold a “club” every week with leaders who fellowship with them and share the Gospel. We will be cooking the meal for about 25 people, delivering it to Phoenixville, serving, and helping with babysitting during the club. If interested, please contact Laney Douthit.

Friday, May 31 - Spring Potluck

Saturday, September 28   - Stroll and picnic lunch in   Chanticleer Garden.   Enjoy a beautiful fall morning outdoors with your Wayne Church sisters and their friends!   Contact Nancy Brown or Denise Slawter with questions.

October 26-27 - Women’s Weekend Retreat.   Save the date now!  

Sunday, November 10   -   Women’s Lunch.   Following worship, enjoy a delicious lunch out and a special time of fellowship.   Details forthcoming.   See Ann de Leon or Agnes Fischer with questions or carpooling needs.
CHECK OUT ONE OF OUR ONGOING STUDIES OR CLASSES!
LENTEN BIBLE STUDY
24 Hours that Changed the World by Adam Hamilton
When: Sundays at 9:15 am
Where: Upper Room, 2nd Floor of Administration Building
“Drawing on insights from history, archaeology, geography, and the Bible, Hamilton takes us to the Holy Land and provides a deeper understanding of the most amazing day in history. We visit the sites where those earth-shaking events took place, and we walk where Jesus walked along the road that led to the pain and triumph of the cross.”
LADIES' MORNING BIBLE STUDY
When: Tuesdays at 10:15 am
Where: The Conference Room
LADIES' EVENING BIBLE STUDY
Please join us for a study on Prayer!

Where : Kimm Ebersole’s House (address in the church directory)
When : Every Other Wednesday 7pm
Dates:  3/27, 4/10
 
Book: “A Woman of Prayer” by Betty Henderson. In her uplifting and practical Bible study, Betty Henderson invites you to live life as A Woman of Prayer. Believers acknowledge that prayer is an integral part of Christian living, but how many of us know what prayer entails? From the basic “Prayer Principles” to the realities of “Prayer Practiced,” Henderson takes Christian women step-by-step through Scripture, demystifying our prayer life with a challenge to simply converse with the God Who hears. Successive Bible study and practical, spiritual application draw out valuable lessons from God’s Word for women today. 
 YOUNG ADULT CONNECTIONS
For Singles, Couples, and Parents with Young Children
When: Sundays at 9:15 am
Where: The Counters' room, 1R, E101 (up one flight of stairs, first door on right)
We'll be continuing our Bible study on the Book of Jude for a few more weeks - so feel free to stop by and join the discussion! We're breaking down this book of the Bible, exploring its connections to other books of the Bible and historical texts, and studying the message within in an easygoing, "no prep" Bible study before church. Feel free to join whenever you can - don't worry if you miss one of the earlier ones.
"FERRETING HOPE FROM FAILURE" BIBLE STUDY
When: Wednesday mornings from 9:15am-11:15am
Where: Art Room, located on the top floor of the Education building.
MEN'S BREAKFAST
When: 1st & 3rd Thursday mornings at 6:15am
Dates: March 21, April 4, 18 and May 2
Where: The Well
No matter what kind of team you lead—a sports team, a class, a family, a church—people are looking to you for guidance, and you want to lead them well. In   Dare to Be Uncommon , Super Bowl winning coach Tony Dungy highlights the importance of character in attaining success on and off the field and challenges us to put what we learn into action.   Find a path to true significance with Tony as he reveals his secrets to achieving uncommon success in this high-impact, character-building challenge.
NEW TEAM OPPORTUNITIES!
We have some new teams that have been written on our Team Ministry Forms.  We invite you to look them over and consider if you may be interested in serving. Please contact the people listed with any questions or to find out more information.
Bereavement Support Team
Hymn Leader Team  
Talent Show  
Tech/Audio Visual Team  
The Well Team 
Wood-splitter Team @ Pocono Plateau  
Middle School Youth Chaperones
Steve Bell            
Simone Howard    
Abigail Scott           
Kevin Farrell     
Ian Wilson     
Tom Ford       610-636-7754
O U T R E A C H
SPRING RUMMAGE SALE!
FRIDAY, APRIL 5: 8:30a -1p & SATURDAY APRIL 6; 9a -12p
We begin accepting donations after services on Sunday, March 31!
Now is the time to spring clean and gather your best no-longer-used treasures!   This is our LAST SALE UNTIL FALL!  Our Rummage sales can only continue if we collect and offer ONLY our best high-quality items! Ideal things to donate now are anything spring and summer like garden tools, patio items; balls, bikes, & beach toys; summer clothing & shoes.   As always, jewelry, DVDs, records, designer bags, clean and working household goods and appliances, kitchenware, tools, smaller furniture, puzzles, and your best and latest-print books (no encyclopedias, text books, or worn items please) - OR VINTAGE, COLLECTIBLE, always sell well.   Gently used children’s books and toys, especially newer or classic, sell well too. Think NAME-BRAND and VINTAGE - what you would buy or could sell on eBay if you had the time. Please   NO computers, NO TVs and NO stained, ripped, or broken anything and please   hold your autumn and winter items until next fall or donate elsewhere.
CHOSEN 300 FUNDRAISER!
5 MILE WALK AGAINST HOMELESSNESS – SATURDAY, APRIL 27
We will be serving in Pottstown on this day but if you are not a shopper, cook or server consider helping by walking, running or even driving! The Walk begins at 9am in Fort Washington. Please contact the office if you would like to represent Wayne Church and we will put a team together.
T&E CARE'S ANNUAL KIDS' CLOTHING DRIVE
WAYNE CHURCH COLLECTION DATE - NOW thru MARCH 31
We will be serving as a collection point for T&E Care’s annual clothing drive yet again this year. We will have drop-off bins located in the church office lobby and the narthex for clothing donations.

Please donate new or gently used children’s clothing for all seasons:
  • clean clothes for Infants through Teens
  • shoes, boots                 
  • coats                            
  • hats, gloves
Items NOT accepted:
  • adult clothing
  • toys
  • household items
  • bathing suits
  • socks, underwear
  • shirts with inappropriate logos
  • shirts with camp logos
  • shirts with youth sports team logos
R E S O U R C E S
ADD YOUR PHOTO TO THE CHURCH DIRECTORY!
We want to see your candid shots, now is the perfect time to send us a current picture of you and your family for the church directory!   Simply follow this link to easily upload your own photo.
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