WEEKLY HAPPENINGS

Thursday E-Blast

SUNDAYS

Adult Sunday School: 9:15 AM in the Fellowship Hall

Youth Sunday School:  9:15 AM in the Youth Room

In-person Worship: 10:15 AM

Vimeo Worship: 10:15 AM

TUESDAYS

Busy Bunch 9:00AM – 12:00PM

WEDNESDAYS

Staff Meeting: 10:00AM

Choir Practice: 6:30PM

THIS WEEK

SCRIPTURE READING

Jeremiah 23:1-6

Coming of the shepherd and righteous Branch who will execute justice

Psalm 46

I will be exalted among the nations. (Ps. 46:10)

Colossians 1:11-20

Hymn to Christ, firstborn of all creation; peace through his blood

Luke 23:33-43

Jesus is crucified between two thieves: you will be with me in Paradise

You are invited to attend in-person worship at 10:15 am this Sunday, November 20, 2022, as we celebrate Christ the King Sunday, the final Sunday in the liturgical year.

The Gospel reading is Luke 23:33-43.   Please join us!

Attached is everything you need for the Online Sunday Worship Service on November 20, starting at 10:15 am. Nov. 20, 2022 – Christ the King Sunday

Just log on to our website, Mem1.org or Vimeo.com/MemOne.org, and select the video for that day. The worship service can also be viewed on the church Facebook page. If you are out of town or haven’t returned to in-person worship yet, we pray you will continue to join with us online.

We will make every effort to protect your health.   We provide hand sanitizer as you enter.

The service will be broadcast via Vimeo at Vimeo.com/MemOne.

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL

Wired Word

Please join us for Adult Sunday School, in the Craft Room at 9:15 every Sunday morning!

Adult Sunday School Topic for 11/20/2022 at 9:15 in the Fellowship Hall: ‘Undercover’ Art Provides Uplift in Dark Times

An anonymous UK-based street artist who goes by the pseudonym Banksy and is known for painting murals in public spaces without being invited, has just put up seven of them in Ukraine. The works seem intended to encourage the Ukrainian people as they suffer aggression and invasion from the Russians. That story, along with one about a piece of church art being revealed by the ravages of Hurricane Ian, invites us to think about how God communicates hope to believers today. So that will be the topic of our next class.

Online Worship
In-Person Worship