First United Methodist Church - Yankton
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
207 W 11th St Yankton SD 57078 (605) 665-2991


Yankton, South Dakota

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

E-mail address:



June 8, 2014

Contemporary Worship: 10:00 A.M.

Pentecost Sunday

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 Sing Praises to His Name




REGISTER ATTENDANCE (Please leave complete address)


*SONGS OF PRAISE      “I Will Call Upon the Lord

“As the Deer”










SCRIPTURE  Acts 2:1-21 (p. 111)


MESSAGE                      “Under the Influence” Corey Enfield




OFFERTORY                Give Thanks      


SONG OF PRAISE               “Sent Forth by God’s Blessing”






*SENDING FORTH      “There is Joy in the Lord”

Praise Team: Gena Brandt; Ross & Dena Den Herder; Barb & Heather Hirsch, Melissa Rempfer; Bill Sohl, Monte Gulick, Steve King, Nick & Tracy Kisch, Diane Kisch, Julie Mooney, Hali Strom; Kaitlyn Stewart, Sophie McKee, Ryan Ginn

Traditional Worship

8:30 A.M.

Pentecost Sunday

 Our Mission:

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


A Time of Gathering and Praise



ANTHEM                “The Power of My Spirit” Chancel Choir


  The Spirit comes as a violent wind,

filling this place of worship.

The Spirit comes as tongues of fire,  

resting on those who are gathered here.

The Spirit comes, and we are transformed.

Jew and Greek, slave and free, all are welcome to drink of one Spirit.

Come, Holy Spirit,

fill us; fill this place; inhabit our lives; bless our worship.


*HYMN OF PRAISE #539 (blue hymnal) “O Spirit of the Living God”


Once on earth, a common tongue was spoken by us all.

And heaven’s rainbow embraced us with vision of God’s care.

But it came to pass that our necks grew stiff and our hearts grew hard.

With lofty dreams we began to build a tower to scrape the sky. We hoped

to touch the clouds that swirled around the feet of God.

Brick by brick, and stone by stone, our eyes swelled fat with pride. We did not see the creeping shadow the tower cast upon us.

But God watched that shadow deepen as our neighbors went unseen.

Brother clashed with sister, and parent fought with child. Friend turned back to threaten friend, and ally turned to enemy. Every gushing tongue was babble, every bursting heart was hate. Our tower toppled down upon us; we fled like sand blown by the winds.

But now our fight with peace is lost. Crouched in every corner of a frightened, frightening world, we hear a mighty wind. Fire dances above us and blazes in our bones. “May peace prevail on earth!”

On this day we surrender tongues once given to babbling speech. The

Spirit is upon us; Babel lies behind. With one voice we proclaim the captives’ release; with strong hands we burst their chains.


         The sward of peace shall smite our heart and soothe our souls. And we will offer our warring world the word of God: “May peace prevail on earth!”

We shall dream dreams and see visions. And the will of God shall descend upon all people. All of us will prepare for the day when the wolf shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard with the kid, and a little child shall dance before us on the road. “May peace prevail on earth!”

We will not hurt or destroy in all God’s holy mountain;

For the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea.

All: May peace prevail on earth!

A Time of Prayer




PRAYER RESPONSE #393 (blue hymnal) Spirit of the Living God”


A Time of Proclamation




SCRIPTURE Acts 2:1-21 (p. 111)

MESSAGE            “Under the Influence”                  Corey Enfield


A Time of Response and Dedication



*OFFERTORY RESPONSE #95 (blue hymnal)

“Praise God, from Whom All Blessings Flow”


HYMN OF DEDICATION #422 (blue hymnal) “Jesus, Thine All-Victorious”


A Time of Sending Forth



*RESPONSE TO THE BENEDICTION #347 (blue hymnal) (stz. 1 refrain)

“Spirit Song


*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 8:30 - 11:00 AM. **Please turn off or mute your cell phones. Thank you






Sr. High Youth News


*Friday, June 20th – Those going on the Seattle, WA Mission Trip will meet at the church at 1:45pm to load the van.  We will leave the church by 2:00pm.  The bus will leave SF at 4:00pm.  Remember to pack a lunch, as we will not be stopping for food on the way out to RC. If you have any questions call Diane (660-1242).


Diane's will have office hours on Thursday, June 19th from 9:00-10:30am. Contact info for me is  665-1500 or 660-1242


Youth and Parents here are some ways you can stay up to date with what is going on – or we have a group on Facebook – First UMC Sr. High Youth Group (Yankton).



June 8 – 15


                          Today: 8:30 AM - “The United Methodist Hour” on KYNT 1450 AM Radio is sponsored by Don & Carole Hurley in memory of Carole’s grandparents anniversary and Don’s mother’s birthday.

                          9:30 AM - Coffee Fellowship in Wesley Hall

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

1:00 PM - Narcotics Anonymous, Upper Room

6:30 PM - Sweet Adelines, Church Lounge

7:00 PM - Education Committee meets, Adult Sunday School Room

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

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

5:30 PM - Finance Committee, Adult Sunday School Room

7:00 PM - Missions committee, Conference Room

7:45 PM - Narcotics Anonymous, Upper Room

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

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

     Noon - Information for the Bulletin due to church Office

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

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

7:45 PM - Narcotics Anonymous, Upper Room

- Summer Worship Schedule Summer Worship Hours began today Sunday, May 25th and will run through Sunday, August 31st.  8:30–9:30am – Traditional Worship Service; 9:30am-10:00am Coffee Fellowship; 10:00-11:00am – Contemporary Worship Service. Nursery available 8:30am-11:00am.


- The annual United Methodist Women Field Trip will be on Thursday, June 12th!  Thanks to Sylvia Coulson for arranging our excursion to the Bon Homme Colony where she taught for more than 20 years.  Ladies, please be at the church by 9:00 a.m.; we’ll take the church van and will leave by 9:15.  We’ll have a snack with the Colony ladies but will plan to be back in Yankton by 1:00 for a mid-day meal at the Fryin’ Pan, which you will order from the menu and pay for individually.  We’ll need to have your “reservation” by Friday, June 6th – please call Dee Carson at 665-8777 or Joan Neubauer at 260-9564 to reserve your place.  All ladies of the church are welcome, but a reservation is necessary.  Remember – NO UMW on Monday, June 9th.


- 2nd Annual Habitat Hoe Down join Habitat for Humanity of Yankton County’s Bike Team as they present the 2nd Annual Habitat Hoe Down featuring Boyd Bristow, Jan Schiferl, Ron Gardner, Ken Prussa and Guy Anderson.  The concert will be held at the Riverside Park Amphitheatre on June 12, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.  The concert is open to all!  The Bike Team will raise money by asking for a free will donation, selling root beer floats and water and through a live auction of homemade pies!  In case of rain, the concert will go on at Calvary Baptist Church.


- Night Club we will continue to hold Night Cub through the summer months. We are starting a new book called The Girls Still Got It by Lizz Higgs. It is the study of the book of Ruth.  We start at 7:30pm and everyone is invited. We meet in the Upper Room and use the North door. If you have any questions just ask Denise Willman or call at 857-0435.


- United Methodist Women’s Project in an effort to make it more affordable to put together Layette Kits for the Marketplace, UMW is asking all members of the church to make note of what it takes to put these kits together and collect individual items which will later be assembled into complete kits. At each UMW meeting baskets will be out to collect items. Church members may give items to UMW members or leave the items at the church office to be added to the collection. Items needed must be new. They are: 6 cloth diapers, 2 shirts or one-piece body suits, 2 baby wash cloths, 2 gowns or sleepers, 2 diaper pins, 1 sweater or open front jacket, 2 receiving blankets (not crib blankets). You are encouraged to watch for sales and help with this project.


- In need of toilet paper rolls we will be doing a craft with toilet paper rolls for VBS this August.  Could you please help us by saving your toilet paper rolls and dropping them off at the office.  We will need around 200.  Thanks Denise Willman


- Conference mission trip we ask for your prayers as we prepare to go on the conference mission trip to Seattle, WA.  We will head out on June 20th and return June 29th.  Those going from our church are Stephanie Anderson, Kylee Duncan, Tanner Dykstra, Sean Garcia, Ryan Golden, Amanda Gravholt, Sam Gusso, Kirsten May, Ben Mooney, Alleysia Ugofsky, and Diane Kisch


- Change for Life Kids for Christ is raising money to assist with fundraising for the Relay for Life on June 27, 2014. We ask that you save “Change for Life” and help us make a difference in the life of someone with cancer.  The kids raised $500 through their Maundy Thursday meal and they have set a goal of raising $1000!  Please save your change and support a worthwhile cause! 


- Camp even though the Early Bird deadline is past you can still register for camp. The cost would be at full price.  The church and UWM will still cover ½ of the early bird cost for one camp per youth (K-12th grade) you are responsible for the balance. If you have any questions please talk to Diane Kisch.


- Music Ministry - Lessons For Youth Group if you are gifted with musical talent and would consider teaching lessons, we have members in the youth group who want to learn! It is very exciting to see members of the youth group wanting to learn to play the guitar, bass guitar, piano/keyboard and drums to be able to play with the praise team in the future. If this is something you would be willing to try we would appreciate it. Please contact Jeannie Kasik (605) 760-0043.


- Mark your calendars The Bike and Build riders will be in Yankton on July 13-15th!  I am looking for people to assist with meal preparation and transportation of the riders to showers.  Call Julie at 605-661-3374 if you would like to share in this amazing experience.


- Donate your old computer! Laptop, desktop, broken, working, computer parts, cords, all welcome. All computers will have data destroyed before being given away. If it can't be fixed, it will be recycled at a proper electronics recycling station. Please bring computers and computer parts and place them in the closet under the main stairs. If you cannot bring them in, we can pick them up. Contact Garrett, Gena, or Merle Brandt.


- Relay for Life Luminaria Request Forms can be found at the table in the lounge. Deadline for taking orders for Luminaries to be completed by Relay for Life is June 20th.


- Volunteer Tutors, Yankton Area Literacy Council needs tutors to help students with reading and math as well as tutor English as a Second Langue. The need is real and immediate! We have more students and need more volunteer tutors. Contact Bev Calvert, Yankton Area Literacy Council 613 W 23RD St. Suite 11 Yankton or call 665-3048 or email



New Conference Event 

July 14-16, 2014 - South Dakota State University


Youth there are some funds available to help cover part of your registration cost, please talk to Diane Kisch.

We are looking for at least 2 adults (your registration cost will be covered) that can attend with our youth, if you are able to go please talk to Diane Kisch or Julie Dykstra.  Adults have to be registered by the first week of July because the conference has to do background checks on all adults that help with youth events.



the musical talents of Sanctus Real

comedian: Bob Stromberg

"The Magic of Faith"-show by Mike the Magician

Worship led by: REZ Life Band out of the UM Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, KS

Teaching by: Olu Brown


Who: Youth Grades 6-13 (grade fall of 2014)

What: A gathering of Dakotas youth for worship, small groups & workshops (age specific groups), teaching, Bible study and fun!

Theme:  Transform

When: July 14-16, 2014

July 14 - Registration between 3-5:30pm

July 16 - Concludes with lunch to go

Where: South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD; We will be staying in the residence halls linens provided.

Why: To offer Christ to the youth of the Dakotas Conference, to give youth a place to deepen their faith, to encourage youth to live their faith and transform the world, and to have a blast together praising God!

How Much:

Early Bird Price: before June 15 - $185

Registration Price: June 16-July 8 (final deadline) - $215

How to Register:  Online registration opens here...March 1. This is the website where you can register


In Our Thoughts and Prayers:



Sherry Daugherty’s mom Cathleen Brannick


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


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 (

Church Secretary          Lisa Loecker (

Organist Jill Wilson

Pianist Melissa Rempfer, Craig Sherman

Chancel Choir Director Evie Sime

Sound Technician

Projection Operator Matt Pietz

Greeters      (8:30) (10:00)

Ushers                              (8:30) Mike & Denise Erickson


Valet (8:30) Mark Droppers (10:00) Laurie Baily

Coffee Fellowship Don & Carole Hurley

Nursery Attendant Cassie Pietz