First United Methodist Church - Yankton
Saturday, May 26, 2018
207 W 11th St Yankton SD 57078 (605) 665-2991

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Yankton, South Dakota

(605) 665-2991    Fax # (605) 665-9603

E-mail address: firstumc@iw.net

Website: firstumcyankton.org

February 16, 2014

Worship: 8:45 A.M.

Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany

Our Mission:

“To grow disciples of Jesus Christ and equip them for ministry in the world.”

 

 
A Time of Gathering and Praise

 

GATHERING MUSIC I Worship You, Almighty God

 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINISTRY AND SERVICE

 

REGISTERING OUR ATTENDANCE (Please leave complete address)

 

*SONGS OF PRAISE      Made to Worship”

Jesus, Name Above All Names

 

*PRAYER

 

SHARING CONCERNS

 

PASTORAL PRAYER AND LORD’S PRAYER #895 (or see screen)

 

SPECIAL MUSIC                     Lamb of God” Jubilee Bells

 

FOR THE YOUNG & YOUNG AT HEART     “Building Bridges”

 

SCRIPTURE Psalm 119:1-8; Matthew 5:21-37 (p. 535, 4)

 

MESSAGE         “Being At – One with God and Your Neighbor” Rev. Ron

 

*PRAYER OF DEDICATION OF GIFTS AND SELF

 

*SENDING FORTH May You Run and Not Be Weary

 

SHARING OUR TITHES AND OFFERINGS AS WE GO FORTH

 

Praise Team: Melissa Rempfer, Ross & Dena Den Herder; Heather Hirsch, Diane Kisch, Julie Mooney, Hali Strom; Steve King, Sophie McKee, Ryan Ginn

 

Traditional Worship

10:45 A.M.

February 16, 2014

Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany

Our Mission:

“To grow disciples of Jesus Christ and equip them for ministry in the world.”

 

 

A Time of Gathering and Praise

 

PRELUDE

SPECIAL MUSIC           Lamb of God Jubilee Bells

OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINISTRY & SERVICE 

REGISTERING OUR ATTENDANCE (Please leave complete address)

SPECIAL MUSIC        O Worship the King Kingdom Bells

*CALL TO WORSHIP

Come, love the Lord your God! Let your eyes gleam with joy at the

reunion of your spirits!

He is the father who held us when we trembled, who cried

over us when we were lost.

Hear and obey the sound of his voice! Let your ears catch his

step as he approaches the door!

He is the father who taught us to climb the stairs, who caught

us from falling and let us try again.

Cling to his hands, wrap your arms around his knees! Let you hearts

warm at his welcoming home!

Let us know him better, let us hear him well, that we may live

by his will and walk in his ways.

  

  *OPENING PRAYER

*HYMN OF PRAISE #89 (blue hymnal) “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee”

*LITANY FOR DOING ALL THAT THE LORD ASKS

God in Christ has shown us the beauty of holiness.

We come now to express our gratitude to God with our best gifts.

What are these gifts?

Our prayers, our praise, and the gifts of our hands.

These we should offer unto the Lord, but these are not all the Lord asks. The Lord also asks that we break the yoke of tyranny and let the oppressed go free.

We would do all that the Lord asks.

The Lord asks that we fed the hungry, clothe the naked, and house

the homeless.

We would do all that the Lord asks.

The Lord asks that we attend the afflicted and give ourselves for

those in need.

We would do all that the Lord asks.

Then our light shall rise at midnight and our gloom be as the noonday.

We will do all that the Lord asks.

 

A Time of Prayer

 

SHARING CONCERNS

SILENT PRAYER

PASTORAL PRAYER AND LORD’S PRAYER #895

PRAYER RESPONSE #420 blue hymnal) (stz. 1)

“Breathe on Me, Breath of God

 

A Time of Proclamation

 

FOR THE YOUNG & YOUNG AT HEART                      “Building Bridges”

SCRIPTURE  Psalm 119:1-8; Matthew 5:21-37 (p. 535, 4)

MESSAGE     “Being At – One with God and Your Neighbor” Rev. Ron

  

A Time of Response and Dedication

 

SHARING OUR TITHES AND OFFERINGS

OFFERTORY

*OFFERTORY RESPONSE #99 (blue hymnal) “My Tribute”

*PRAYER OF DEDICATION

*HYMN OF DEDICATION #560 (blue hymnal) “Help Us Accept Each Other”

 

A Time of Sending Forth

 

*BENEDICTION

*SONG OF PARTING #389 (blue hymnal) (stz. 1 & refrain)

“Freely, Freely”

*POSTLUDE

*Indicates Congregation stand, if you are comfortable doing so. Large print hymnals and bulletins are available, as are hearing devices.  Please ask an usher for assistance.  Nursery care provided for 0-4 year old children 8:45 - 11:45 AM. **Please turn off or mute your cell phones. Thank you

 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINISTRY AND SERVICE

February 16 - 23

 

Today: 8:30 AM - “The United Methodist Hour” on KYNT 1450 AM Radio is sponsored by Linda Fox in honor of birthdays for Dick Fox, Carl Nelson, Blane Nelson.

9 AM - (S.L.W.S.) Adult Sunday School class meets, Adult Sunday School room

- Boy Scout Sunday

9:45 AM - Sunday School, All ages, Education Wing

- Women’s Bible Study, Upper Room

4:00 PM - Financial Peace

Monday: 9:30 AM - Women’s Bible Study, Upper Room

6:30 PM - Sweet Adelines, Church Lounge

Tuesday: 7 AM - Drawing a Circle Around Women, Fryn’ Pan

8:30 AM - Free Wal-Mart baked goods, Assembly of God Church

1:00 PM - Piecemakers Quilting

5:30 PM - SPPR Committee meets in Conference Room

6:30 PM - Worship Committee meets in Conference Room

- Program Council meets, Upper Room

6:30 PM - Financial Peace

Wednesday: 7 AM - Men’s Bible Study, Wesley Hall All are invited.

9:00 AM - HSC Party

- Information for the REMINDER is due

5:45 - 7:15 PM - Confirmand class in Wesley Hall

5:15 - 5:45 PM - Kingdom Bells, (2nd-5th grade) rehearsal, Music Room (room 207)

5:45 - 6:40 PM - Jubilee Bells (Adults) rehearsal in the Music Room (room 207)

6:30 PM - Women’s Bible Study in the Upper Room

6:45 - 7:25 PM - Youth Bells (grades 6-12) rehearsal, Music Room (room 207)

7:15 PM - Chancel Choir Rehearsal

7:30 PM - KFC Youth & Senior High Youth Group

7:45 PM - Narcotics Anonymous, Upper Room

Thursday 7 AM - Men’s Fellowship Breakfast, Fryn’ Pan           

Noon - Information for the Bulletin due to church Office

5:00 PM - Staff meeting

                7:30 PM - Night Club. All women are invited. Upper Room

Friday: 8:30 AM  - Free Wal-Mart baked goods, meat & produce available at Assembly of God

- KFC lock-in

Saturday: 7:45 PM - Narcotics Anonymous, Upper Room

Next Sunday: - Camp Sunday.  Come to worship dressed in your camp clothes!

Noon - Camp Sunday meal in Wesley Hall, all are welcome

5:30 PM - Blue and Gold Banquet

 

- KYNT Radio Broadcast The signup folder is located on the table in the Church Lounge. There are several dates available.  If you want a certain date, reserve it now.  The cost to sponsor a Sunday broadcast is $45.00.

 

- Program Council Meeting We are starting our Program Council Meetings to meet with the Chairs and Vice-Chairs of the Education Committee, Evangelism Committee, Missions Committee and the Worship Committee. This meeting will help keep all the Program Committee's informed or give assistance.  Our first meeting will be Tuesday, February 25th at 6:30 pm in the Upper Room. Child care provided.

 

- Van Transportation Help Needed Help is needed for Sunday 10:45am service van transportation. We are in need of a volunteer to drive the van to pick up folks in need of transportation. For further information contact Jane Gilmore at 665-8303. Prayerfully consider taking the time to minister to our members who need transportation.

 

- Support the Women’s and Children’s Center by picking hearts off the Sweetheart Tree.  They are in need of hand soap, bath towels, bottled water, canned fruit, shells and cheese, juice boxes, fruit and applesauce cups/gallon Ziploc freezer bags, dishwasher detergent, HE laundry detergent, Lysol spray, Clorox wipes, Adult women’s sweatshirts and sweat pants S, M, L, shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, vacuum and a mop.  The Mission’s Committee will be collecting items throughout the month of February.

 

- February Health Message American Heart Month is a time to achieve some big improvements in your heart health.  Decrease your sodium intake, exercise more, quit tobacco use, maintain a healthy weight and control your blood pressure. Available resources are in Wesley Hall. The Parish Nurse is available Sundays to do blood pressure screenings.

 

- The Women's Bible Study Due to a time restriction, the Women's Bible Study that meets during Sunday School at 9:45am will be studying Gideon by Priscilla Shirer instead of James by Beth Moore.  We will begin today, Sunday, February 9th. We also meet on Wednesday's at 6:30pm starting Wednesday, February 12th. Both classes meet in the Upper Room.  Please join us as Priscilla opens our eyes to a brand new perspective on ourselves, our God and on Gideon.

 

- Presentation: Spirituality and Dementia Peace, Be Still: Sustaining Spirituality through Alzheimer’s and Dementia. How the practice of payer offers strength, courage, and calm in the uncertain world of advancing cognitive illness. Ellen McVay, MSW, a clinical social worker, spiritual director, and teacher of Centering Prayer, draws from her own experience in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. With Jan Wiersma, a pastor and chaplain, Ellen tells how her practice of prayer and meditation have given her the means to “choose to be happy” in all circumstances. Saturday, February 22nd, 10-11:30am, at Christ Episcopal Church, 517 Douglas, Yankton. Free and open to the public.

 

- Camp Sunday February 23rd is Camp Sunday. We encourage everyone to attend worship that day dressed as if you were going to camp (jeans, tee shirts, shorts). Following the 10:45am worship service, the eighth grade confirmation class will serve lunch consisting of grilled hot dogs, beans, chips, salads, juice and rice crispy bars.  This will be a free will donation with proceeds supporting camp scholarships. A brief meeting will be held at 12:00 for those planning to attend a camp so that we can answer questions and coordinate schedules.  Please remember that there will be additional camp scholarship money available to those who apply along with having the early bird prices available.  If you have questions, please call Diane Kisch at 660-1242.

 

- Souper Bowl of Caring the Sr. High youth collected monetary donations and food items for the National Souper Bowl of Caring the total collected so far is $330.32. The box for the food items for the Contact Center will be left on the cabinet just outside the sanctuary through Feb.16th if you would like to donate. Any additional monetary donations can be placed in an envelope and clearly marked for Souper Bowl of Caring, the money will go to Kids Against Hunger to help feed the hungry. 

- Ladies Night Club Lock-in Ladies Night Club will be holding a lock-in March 15th. Watch the bulletin for more details. Everyone is invited.

 

Habitat Rummage Sale the Habitat 500 Team is seeking donations for their annual spring rummage to be hosted at FUMC on April 4th & 5th.  Start your spring cleaning. Call Tom or Jane Gilmore at 665-8303 to schedule a time for your donations to be picked up.  All proceeds from this event support our local Habitat for Humanity.

 

- Tree of Life Ministry The Rosebud Reservation is the second poorest county in the entire USA.  Over 1,000 people depend on “Tree of Life” for free hot meals each week.  With cutbacks in food stamps, the ministry is more needed than ever.  Without an increase in financial support the ministry may have to curtail their food pantry and hot meal program during the winter months.  With that being said, the Missions Committee has committed to continue the Miles of Pennies into the New Year.

 

Sr. High Youth News

 

*Wed., Feb. 19th Youth Group 7:30 to 9:00pm

 

Diane's office hours have been on Thursday afternoon from 3:30 to 5:00pm but she is switching to 9:00 to 10:30am (if these times do not work call her and she will set up a time that works for you.)

 

Youth and Parents, here are some ways you can stay up to date – www.firstumcyankton.org or we have a group on Facebook – First UMC Sr. High Youth Group (Yankton).                    

            

KFC Youth News

 

February Schedule

2/19 - KFC @ 7:30 p.m., Treats – Caleb and Grace Roy

2/21 - KFC Lock-in @ 7 p.m. – Saturday morning until 9 a.m.

2/26 - KFC @ 7:30 p.m., Treats – Bailey Wieseler

Watch for special events to come!

 

 

In Our Thoughts and Prayers: 

Bob Stouffer

 

Art & Bernice Tuttle

 

Faith Vander Tuig

 

People of Thailand and Southeast Asia suffering destruction by a typhoon

UMCOR who has a field office in Thailand.

 

Church family serving in the military: all men & women serving in the military and their families. Terry Triebwasser, brother of Julie Moderegger; Blaine, Mona Mullican's son; Sean Cappel nephew of Pastor Bob & Carolyn has returned to the States.

 

Above are the most recent prayer concerns. For prayer partners, a complete list is on the Welcome Table.

 

(If you have prayer requests for publication, please contact the church office.)

 

In His Service:

 

Senior Pastor                         Rev. Ron Johnson (revron24@gmail.com)

Associate Pastor Pastor Bob Cappel (bobcappel@iw.net)

Church Secretary          Lisa Loecker (firstumc@iw.net)

Organist Melissa Rempfer

Pianist Jill Wilson

Bell Choir Director        Sue May

Sound Technician Eric Pratt

Projection Operator Matt Pietz

Greeters      (8:45) (10:45) Linda Herrmann

Ushers            (8:45) Mark & Syndee Droppers

 (10:45) Arlo & Carlene Watchorn

Valet (8:45) Dave Cornemann (10:45) Jeff May

Coffee Fellowship 3rd Grade SS Class

Acolyte (8:45) Hannah Strom

Nursery Attendant Cassie Pietz

Scripture Reader (8:45) McKenna Golden