We gather every Saturday morning, everyone is welcome to attend:
Adult, Youth and children's bible study = SABBATH SCHOOL CLASSES 9:30 AM
CHURCH WORSHIP SERVICE 10:40 AM
Potluck lunch 12:30 PM, All welcome to attend for food and fellowship
THE CHURCH AT WORSHIP
Church Service 10:40 AM
Song Service Daniela Alpire
#524 "Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus"
Welcome & Announcements Darl Bidleman
Invocation Darl Bidleman Hymn of Praise #21 Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise"
Tithes & Offerings Mitch Cauthrun
Local Church Budget
Children's Story Jared Meharry
Prayer Jenny Workman
Scripture Genesis 15:12-14 Neveah Romero
Special Music Primary and Junior SS Classes
Sermon Steve Ford
"Confined In freedom"
Closing Hymn #85 "Eternal Father, Strong to Save"
CLOSING PRAYER Steve Ford
Piano: Jannetta Meharry
*Congregation Stand ^Congregation Kneel
Welcome visitors! May you receive a special blessing today as you join us in worshiping our Savior. Please join us for food and fellowship in the Fellowship Hall immediately after the service.
Claiming Prayer Group- Meet immediately after church service in the Sanctuary to pray for your loved ones.
Personal Ministry Council meeting #2- Monday, Jan 20th 6:30PM in the Jr SS Room. PLEASE attend to help plan 2020 programs.
A/V System Fund-Goal $25,000 for a major upgrade to our sound system. The fund is currently at $16,611.96 including cash and pledged donations.
Please consider helping this vital project so that we can modernize our system and anyone, regardless of where they sit, can fully enjoy our services. Use a tithe envelope for donations and pledges marking the envelope "Sound System" under "Local Church Needs".
Park Ministry- Sabbath afternoon, Jan 25th 3:00PM at Lion's Locomotive Park, South Wenatchee Ave. Bring food and fellow-ship to the homeless. Contact Chuck Keith or Gale Wick for more information.
Annual Church Talent Program- Feb 8th 6PM. A variety of performances, by any age, are needed to bring wholesome, family entertainment to this delightful evening! The Leavenworth Church has been invited, too. A fun evening is being planned, with your help. Start preparing how YOU will participate Feb 8th! Contact Rosalba Korter for details.
Church Business Meeting- Tuesday, Feb 18th 6:30PM in the Fellowship Hall. The 2020 Church Budget will be reviewed for approval and various activities planned for the coming year.
Family Focus Weekend- Abundant Life SDA Church is presenting a family-focused weekend Jan 24-26. Brochures are on the Library counter in our lobby.
Presbyterian Church SAIL Class- will meet in our Fellowship Hall MWF 1:30-2:30PM for several months while portions of their church are being renovated. Anyone interested in joining their Stay Active and Independent for Life (SAIL) exercise class is welcome to attend. We will continue to offer our SAIL Class T & Th 10:30AM-11:30AM thanks to Karen Bumgarner's leadership!
Weekly bulletin information deadline: Wednesday 1PM. Thank you!
Farm Fresh Eggs Available. In the refrigerator in the kitchen. $2.50 a dozen. Mark tithe envelope “Worthy Student Fund-Eggs."
Today: Potluck hosts: Pepple's
1/18 4:41 Sunset
Monday: 1:30-2:30PM Presbyterian Church SAIL Class in Fellowship Hall
6:30 PM Personal Ministry Council meeting #2 Tuesday: 10:30 AM Sail Class
Wednesday: 1:30-2:30PM Presbyterian Church SAIL Class
6:30 PM Pathfinder Club 6:30 PM CPR-Church, Prayer, Reading
Thursday: 10:30 AM SAIL
Friday: 1:30-2:30PM Presbyterian Church SAIL Class
4:50 PM Sunset
Sabbath: Speaker: Jairo Alpire
Potluck Hosts: Webber/B&K Morgan
3:00PM Park Ministry at Lion's Locomotive Park
1/25 4:51 PM Sunset
Eskild Larsen Memorial Service Jan 26th
Church Talent Program Feb 8th
God's Closet Clothing Event Feb 16th
Church Business Meeting Feb 18th
Lo-Ammi Richardson, Revival Week March 21-28
Healing for ill members
Academy and college students away from home
Teachers, Staff, and Students
Conference and Local Church Leadership
Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
The Study of the Book of Daniel
It is instructive to note that the image of Daniel 2 is made of gold and silver, which are metals related to economic power. The image also is made of bronze and iron, which were used for tools and weapons, and of pottery, which was used in the ancient world for literary and domestic purposes. Thus, the image provides a vivid portrayal of humanity and its accomplishments. Most appropriately, the distinct anatomical parts of the image convey the succession of world kingdoms and the final disunity that will prevail in the last days of human history. The stone, however, is distinctly depicted as something not made with “human hands” (Dan. 2:45, NIV), a powerful reminder of the supernatural end that will come to this temporary world and all its human accomplishments. Although “to the unaided human eye, human history may appear to be a chaotic interplay of forces and counterforces . . . Daniel assures us that behind all of this stands God, looking down upon it and moving within it to achieve what He sees best.”—William H. Shea, Daniel: A Reader’s Guide (Nampa, ID: Pacific Press, 2005), p. 98.