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January 10, 2021

    Manchester Community Church                                                    

                          January 10, 2021   10:00 a.m.

                         The First Sunday of Epiphany   

 

              The Rev. Donald Stanley Davenport, Pastor

 

 

Prelude                                                                                         Annabell Curtis

Welcome & Announcements                                                  Deacon Teresa Farrington

 

Call to Worship                                                                           Pastor Don

*Opening Hymn                      “Jesus Loves Me”

 

Old Testament Reading           Isaiah 60:1-3                           Deacon Farrington    

Special Music                                                                              Jean & Joan   

 

Pastoral Prayer, Lord’s Prayer                                                  Pastor Don            

 

New Testament Reading        Luke 24:13-31

Hymn                                     “Jesus Calls Us”             

 

Sermon                     “A Walking Faith”                                    Pastor Don   

 

*Hymn                “What a Friend We Have in Jesus”

*Benediction                                                              Pastor Don

 

*Postlude                                                                   Annabell Curtis

 

 

 

*Please stand if possible

 

 

Deacon of the Month:                                                                  Deacon Teresa Farrington

 

Ushers:                                                                          Margaret Harrington & Deanna Mosher Hallett

 

 

Offering Plates are available in the back of the Sanctuary.

 

No Coffee.

 

“Jesus Loves Me”

Jesus loves me! This I know, For the Bi-ble tells me so; Lit-tle ones to Him belong, They are weak but He is strong.  Refrain.

 

Jesus loves me! He will stay Close be-side me all the way; He’s pre-pared a home for me, And some day His face I’ll see. Refrain.

 

Refrain: Yes, Jesus loves me! Yes, Jesus loves me! Yes, Jesus loves me! The Bi-ble tells me so.

 

 

“Jesus Calls Us”

Jesus calls us; o’er the tu-mult Of our life’s wild, restless sea, Day by day His sweet voice sound-eth, Saying, “Chris-tian, fol-low Me.”

 

Jesus calls us; by Thy mer-cies, Sav-ior, may we hear Thy call,

Give our hearts to Thine o-be-dience, Serve and love Thee

best of all.  A-men

 

 

“What a Friend We Have in Jesus”

What a Friend we have in Je-sus, All our sins and griefs to bear!  What a priv-i-lege to car-ry Ev-ery-thing to God in prayer!  O what peace we of-ten for-feit, O what need-less pain we bear, All be-cause we do not car-ry Ev-ery-thing to God in prayer!

 

Are we weak and heav-y la-den, Cum-bered with a load of care? 

Pre-cious Sav-ior, still our Ref-uge--- Take it to the Lord in prayer. 

Do thy friends de-spise, for-sake thee?  Take it to the Lord in prayer;  In His arms He’ll take and shield thee, Thou wilt find a sol-ace there.

 

 

Food donations needed for the ongoing    “Community Food Baskets”.

 

“Knitters” - Yarn is available in the back of the Sanctuary to make scarves for area organizations.  These are very much needed and appreciated.

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All Officers and Committee Chairs – Please get your written Annual Reports to Deanna this week..  Thank You!

 

Annual Meeting - January 31, 2021 after church in the Sanctuary. All voting members are requested.

 

To access Sunday Services Recordings on Church’s website www.manchestercommunitychurch.com on the bottom of the home page click on Manchester Community Church services link in blue.

 

 

Our “Prayer Vine” is very important and much needed. To keep it updated, please let Deanna know of names that need to go on and “when God has answered your prayer” names that can come off.

 

                        “Prayer Vine”

Brin Amberlee, Jeff Ballard, Kate Ballard-Murphy, Wanita Baker, Barbara Barber, Betsy Balch Barker, Maxine Bouchard, Catherine Bourne (Sue’s daughter), Asher Bragdon, Randy Burnham, Denise Cerrell, Prescott & Richardyne Chapman (Teresa’s parents), Al Culmond, Addie Cumler, Joe Curtis, Logan Cutliffe, (Cutliffe’s grandson), Elly Decker, Arlene Gagnon, Ryan Gauthier, T. Hallett, Linda Havey (Sue Havey’s sister), Bill Hawksley & family, Angie & Darrell Hood (Jackie Herber’s daughter/son-in-law), Rebecca Jayne, Diana Johnson, Rev. Ernie Johnson,  Joshua, Katie/ Alison/ Alana (Bob Landry’s granddaughters), Gladys Keene, Kendra Kyes, Adelaide Lake, Betty Locke, Scott Lyon & family, Eva McKinnon, Lynn Messenger, Susan Miller, Kaye Mooers, Bill Moore, Richard Newbegin, Kerry Pepper (Nancy’s daughter), Dave Poulin, Dallas Price, Bob Pushard, Julie Rogers, Ciro Russo, Ralph Sargent (Sandy Jackson’s uncle),  Bev Savage, Julia Scheirer (Pastor Don & Jean’s granddaughter), Leon Strout, Peggy Struck, Tom Taylor (Bud & Teddy Ware’s nephew), Ed Tilson, Rosemary & Christine Towne, Harrison Tribou (Bud & Teddy Ware’s Great Grandson), Lou Turmelle, Savannah Tuttle (Bill & Darlene’s granddaughter), Spencer Walling, America and our Armed Forces and families.

 

 

 

                Manchester Community Church      

      21 Readfield Road, Manchester, ME. 04351

     Rev. Donald Stanley Davenport, Pastor  don.s.davenport@gmail.com

     Office 207-622-0738 manchester.community.church1833@gmail.com     

           Pastor’s hours are Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

          Pastor Don is available for pastoral emergencies at 207-215-6838.

Church web site:  www.manchestercommunitychurch.com

Deanna Mosher Hallett, Secretary/Clerk 207-441-6011

Linda Sweeney, Treasurer 207-622-4536

Mary Cloutier, Webmaster mncltr@gmail.com

                                     Rose Benner, Senior Deacon

     Annabell Curtis, Organist

  

       

       Manchester Community Church      

               Established 1833

 

 

       Reverend Donald Stanley Davenport

 

 

         

      “Where people count and Christ is honored”