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Friday 6.14.2019
WORSHIP THIS SUNDAY
@ 9:15 AM (contemporary praise, lower level)
@ 10:30 AM (blended traditional, sanctuary)
STORIES JESUS TOLD
Nearly one-third of the words of Jesus recorded in the Bible were stories – we know them as parables. These "parables" are stories that spoke to the relentless love of God, and the meaning and purpose of life. Jesus spoke of good Samaritans, prodigal children, rich fools and unforgiving servants, lost sheep and new growth choked out by weeds--and with each story he answered the questions we ask in life. Join us this summer as we explore the Stories Jesus Told.
This Sunday
June 23
June 30
July 21
July 28
August 11
The Parable of the Lost Son
A Parable about Change
Who Is My Neighbor?
The Kingdom of Heaven
The Parable of the Bags of Gold
Seeds and Weeds
YOUNG LIVES BABY BOTTLE CAMPAIGN
Baby Bottles are due back THIS SUNDAY!   This event supports Young Lives which is a ministry of Young Life that ministers specifically to teen moms in the area.   Through monthly meetings, Bible studies, mentoring relationships and summer camp, Young Lives   seeks to give young mothers practical and emotional support.    If you would like to help support this vital work, please take a bottle and fill it with money and bring it back to the church by Father’s Day.    For more information about Young Lives,   contact Beth Lindgren at 610-687-0693 or email below.
W O R S H I P
Participating in Worship this Sunday
Head Host : Ron Kirch
Hospitality Team : Bob & Sue Kirkpatrick, Kris Wempa

Lector: Mike Sticklin

Hospitality Greeters & Refreshments : Monaco, Nelson

Worship Childcare Volunteers : Katie Quigley

June Counters:
Stan Lindgren (captain), Jim & Pat Siegel
MUSIC THIS SUNDAY
9:15am Gathering Place
"Oceans"
"Do It Again"
"Yes and Amen"

10:30am Blended Traditional Service:
Offertory :
Men's Quartet: "Precious Lord, Take My Hand" arr. Jack Schrader
N U R T U R E
LEADERSHIP UPDATE!
In May, Carolyn King-Layden, member of Trustee and liaison to the Leadership Council, updated the congregation that in June, our church will be getting a new fire safety panel. This project will last about one week and it is something that the Trustees have researched for 2 years. The current fire safety system was installed in 2006, when the Administration building was renovated. In the spring of 2017, we were notified by our fire safety company that our fire safety panel is being phased out. By 2023 all of the parts and components, such as the smoke detectors, pull stations and horns & strobes will be obsolete. Over the past two years, the Trustees have been making a list of requirements and researching companies. We have chosen Berkshire Systems Group, Inc. as our new fire safety vendor.

The Trustees decided to include some safety changes and enhancements to the new system. Some of the new changes include; the placement of the system; the new panel will be placed in the coat room, at the bottom of the ramp, near the door to the Memorial Garden. The current one is in a closet in the new nursery on the first floor. We are also having improved notifications. Meaning the monitoring company will send text messages and emails with details to the source of the problem. The current system does not do that.

Another improvement is the fire doors on the 2 nd floor of the Administration building, at the top of the stairs, will remain open unless power is lost to the building or the fire safety panel senses an issue. Currently the doors remain closed and there are no windows, which could be a safety issue. The area with the most changes that the Trustees agreed on was in the Kitchen in Fellowship Hall. New enhancements will be a gas sensor which notifies the system when the stove pilot, grill or broiler goes out. As well as a sensor that detects when the fire suppression is triggered, concerning the stove. The final change is a horn and strobe light which will alert anyone in the kitchen area that the fire safety system has been triggered.

We also are including an expansion option, which means we can better manage the Education building and the Sanctuary if we choose to add those features in the future. Finally, our new Berkshire System is modular which will eliminate the “end of life” issues we are currently experiencing. P lease know that these changes are important to our church building. Some will be visible, some will not, but our church will be better protected for our future.
ALL CHURCH SURVEY: SERVICE TIME CHANGE
The Children's Ministry Task force would like your opinion on some of the proposed changes to the children's ministry program and the Sunday morning schedule. These changes would impact a broader group than just parents and children, so we would like to take YOUR opinion into   account, so we can understand how these changes will impact the congregation. The survey will take less than 5 minutes and is completely anonymous - take it today!
THE AUDUBON SOCIETY: PROTECTION OF THE NATURAL WORLD
When: Thursday, June 20 at 12 pm
Where: Lower level
Our last program for this year will be a speaker from the John James Audubon Center in Audubon, that includes Mill Grove, home of John James Audubon and a brand new Visitor Center & Museum Complex. Also part of the property is a series of trails, including the Audubon Loop Trail. The speaker will be talking about the Audubon Society and their role in protection of the natural world.  Afterwards there will be a short planning meeting so please be sure to bring some ideas for tantalizing programs & dynamic speakers! Donation of $10 to cover lunch. You must RSVP to the church office by the Tuesday before the luncheon .
O U T R E A C H
CHOSEN 300 IS SATURDAY, JUNE 22
Every other month, Wayne Church provides a home-cooked meal for the homeless at Chosen 300’s Pottstown location. We have many opportunities for involvement, shopping, cooking, food scooping, plate running… so check out what works for you and sign up!  Questions? Please contact Kimm Ebersole and Agnes Fischer.
CLOTHING NEEDED FOR NEXT CHOSEN 300!
We are looking for adult and children clothing donations to take with us to Chosen 300. Also new underwear and socks. Please drop them off by the morning of Saturday, June 22 in the box in the Narthex or lobby. Thank you for your help with this ministry!
5 th SUNDAY WORSHIP THROUGH SERVICE
On Sunday, June 30, 2019 @ 9:15AM we will come together for a short time of worship and prayer before assembling health kits. If you are unable to join us, you can still help. You can make a monetary donation online by clicking the button below! Help us to bless and serve the needy through this vital ministry!
HOME REPAIRS FOR THE ELDERLY & DISABLED IN PITTSBURGH
The Pittsburgh Project is a mission trip from July 8-12 to Pittsburgh, PA.   During our five days, the middle school youth group and adult chaperones will make repairs to the homes of Pittsburgh's most vulnerable citizens, the elderly and disabled.   They will also spend the week worshiping together, learning about God's kingdom and His plans for their lives, and growing closer to one another through fun and hard work. Questions or interested in being part of this important ministry? Please contact Matt Schweitzer.
W I T N E S S
LOOKING FOR EXCITING TRAVEL?
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to actually follow the steps of Jesus?   Here is your opportunity!   Join Wayne Church on an inspirational journey that will strengthen your faith and bring you closer to God as we travel to Israel in November 2020. From Bethlehem and Nazareth, to the River Jordan and the Sea of Galilee, to Capernaum and Jerusalem, this life-changing tour explores all of the areas whose names you’ve only heard and read about.   Our 9-day tour includes round-trip airfare, first-class hotel accommodations, breakfast & dinner every day, professional tour manager and full sightseeing.   While final airfare costs cannot be confirmed until 11 months prior, our estimated per person cost (sharing a twin room) is just $2,999!   JOIN US on this incredible walk through time!   Travel Dates: November 21-29, 2020.   For full details, to be added to our VIP email list, to sign up and/or with any questions, contact our tour leader, Sue Scott at 484.802.4505 or email below.
R E S O U R C E S
DISASTER COORDINATOR NEEDED!
The South District of the United Methodist Church is seeking a servant. No training necessary, they will provide training for this position. In this role, the candidate will be working with the Conference team to facilitate communications and resources for churches and communities impacted by natural disasters. This is a vital role in the life of our district. If interested, please email District Superintendent, Dawn Taylor-Storm below.
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 photo! own photo.
ONGOING STUDIES AND CLASSES
GENTLE YOGA VIN-YIN STYLE
When: Thursdays at 7pm
Where: lower level
For all levels, for folks looking for a gentler experience, new to yoga, or people with injuries or limitations.    Donation $5 per class, plus food item for the food pantry. Recommended for ages 18 & up.
MEN'S BREAKFAST
When: 1st & 3rd Thursdays at 6:15am
Dates: June 20
Where: The Well
S C H E D U L E S
WORSHIP CHILDCARE SCHEDULE
  • 6/23 - Carolyn King-Layden, Kirby Brislin, Tola Jordan
  • 6/30 - Elizabeth Sedunov, Emily Quinones, Hallie Ambler
  • 7/7 - Marie Taylor, Jenny Wannenburg, Tacy Phillips
HOSPITALITY GREETERS & REFRESHMENTS
  • 6/23 - Jeffers, Wannenburg
  • 6/30 - Wilson, Kirch
  • 7/7 - Hamilton, McGeehan
WORSHIP HOSTS (USHERS)
  • 6/23 - Tom Gross (head host), Anne & Jack Childs, Ellen Green
  • 6/30 - Mike Stiklin (head host), Juan de Leon, Brian Hamilton, Michele Leonard
  • 7/7 - John Wannenburg (head host), Michele Leonard, Beth Lindgren, Kris Wempa
LECTOR SCHEDULE
  • 6/23 - Bob King
  • 6/30 - David Bryan
  • 7/7 - Sarah Sperling

COMMUNION PREPARATION
  • July 7 -
  • August 4 -
COUNTING TEAM FOR JULY
  • Joe Fisher (captain), Virginia Gardiner & Liz Howley
WAYNECHURCH | A United Methodist Community
610.688.5650