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Volume XXXVII-43
October 26, 2014
Salem Baptist Church of Jenkintown
“A Ministry of Destiny”
Marshall Paul Hughes Mitchell, Pastor
610 Summit Avenue ~ Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 19046
215.884.7664
www.sbcoj.com
Fourth Sunday
Dr. Leon Burrows, Minister of Music
Rev. Venord Cowan, Worship Leader
October 26, 2014
7:30 AM – Silent Meditation
7:45 AM – Worship Hour
PRELUDE
“When In the Hour of Utmost Need”
CALL TO WORSHIP
“Shema Yisrael”
. . . J.S. Bach
. . . Rev. Beverly Gray
Deuteronomy 6:4-9
***Seating
*THE OPENING HYMN
“The God Be the Glory”
Congregation and Choir
#23
*THE PRAYER OF INVOCATION
“Hear Our Prayer, O Lord”
#450
Hear our pray’r, O Lord; hear our pray’r, O Lord; Incline Thine ear to us and grant us Thy peace.
Congregational Response
Worshipers holding hands
***Seating
NON-RESPONSIVE SCRIPTURE LESSON
“Psalm 59‬”
Pew Bible, #408
All are invited to stand during the reading of God’s Holy Word.
GLORIA PATRI
“Glory Be To The Father”
#538
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now,
and ever shall be, world without end. Amen. Amen.
***Seating
SELECTION
Minister Nate Jones, Vocal Soloist
***Seating
CELEBRATION OF FRIENDSHIP
. . . Pastor Mitchell
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“For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any
powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is
in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 8:38-39
***Seating
ANNOUNCEMENTS
. . . Rev. Venord Cowan
SPECIAL PRESENTATION
. . . Fredericka E. Waugh, MSW
Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter
GIVING ~ PREPARATION
*OFFERTORY RESPONSE
“All Things Come of Thee”
All Things come of Thee, O Lord, and of Thine own have we given Thee. Amen
#536
***Seating
THE PROCLAMATION OF THE WORD
Please refrain from entering or exiting during the Proclamation of the Word.
PRAYER AND MEDITATION
MEDITATION SELECTION
Choral Response
. . . Deacon Lynne Jefferson
Minister Nate Jones, Vocal Soloist
THE MESSAGE
Rev. Marshall Mitchell
Salem Baptist Church of Jenkintown, Pastor
THE RESPONSE
*THE INVITATION
. . . Pastor Mitchell
BENEDICTION
*Standing
***Seating
R E M I N D E R - Please turn off all cell phones, pagers and any other electronic equipment before entering
the Sanctuary. Thank you. The Department of Worship.
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Fourth Sunday
Dr. Leon Burrows, Minister of Music
Robert Johnson Smith Male Chorus
Mr. Robert Webb, Musician
Deacon Bruce Johnston, Worship Leader
October 26, 2014
9:45 AM – Silent Meditation
10:00 AM – Worship Hour
PRELUDE
. . . Robert Webb
CALL TO WORSHIP
. . . Rev. Beverly Gray
Deuteronomy 6:4-9
“Shema Yisrael”
INTROIT
THE PROCESSIONAL
***Seating
*THE OPENING HYMN
“The God Be the Glory”
Congregation and Choir
#23
*THE PRAYER OF INVOCATION
“Hear Our Prayer, O Lord”
#450
Hear our pray’r, O Lord; hear our pray’r, O Lord; Incline Thine ear to us and grant us Thy peace.
Congregational & Choral Response
Worshipers holding hands
***Seating
RESPONSIVE SCRIPTURE LESSON
“Psalm 59‬”
Pew Bible, #408
All are invited to stand during the reading of God’s Holy Word.
GLORIA PATRI
“Glory Be To The Father”
#538
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now,
and ever shall be, world without end. Amen. Amen.
***Seating
SELECTION
. . . Robert Johnson Smith Male Chorus
MINISTRY OF THE ARTS
. . . Salem Praise Dance Ministry
***Seating
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“For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any
powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is
in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 8:38-39
RIGHT HAND OF FELLOWSHIP
***Seating
CELEBRATION OF FRIENDSHIP
. . . Pastor Mitchell
***Seating
CONGREGATION COMMUNICATIONS
SPECIAL PRESENTATION
. . . Deacon Bruce Johnston
. . . Fredericka E. Waugh, MSW
Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter
***Seating
PRESENTATION OF TITHES AND OFFERINGS
*OFFERTORY RESPONSE
“All Things Come of Thee”
All Things come of Thee, O Lord, and of Thine own have we given Thee. Amen
#536
***Seating
THE PROCLAMATION OF THE WORD
Please refrain from entering or exiting during the Proclamation of the Word.
PRAYER AND MEDITATION
Choral Response
. . . Deacon Lynne Jefferson
MEDITATION SELECTION
. . . Robert Johnson Smith Male Chorus
THE MESSAGE
Rev. Marshall Mitchell
Salem Baptist Church of Jenkintown, Pastor
THE RESPONSE
*THE INVITATION
. . . Pastor Mitchell
BENEDICTION
*Standing
***Seating
R E M I N D E R - Please turn off all cell phones, pagers and any other electronic equipment before entering
the Sanctuary. Thank you. The Department of Worship.
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We e k l y M e e t i n g S c h e d u l e
 Please notify security by calling the Church Office, no later than 3:00 p.m., if there is a need to cancel a meeting or event.
 ALL ministries should be closed between 10 a.m. to Noon during the worship service.
Sunday, October 26
9:00 a.m.
12:15 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
Monday, October 27th
7:00 p.m.
th
10:15 a.m.
5:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, October 28
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 29th
10:00 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Thursday, October 30th
10:00 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Church School Classes
 Children & Adult Classes – Family Life Center
 Pre-School – Educational Building
Caregiver Fellowship – FLC Rear Atrium
Salem Choral Ensemble - Sanctuary
Deacon Ordination - Sanctuary
Board of Trustees – FLC Acts Suite
SBI: 1 Kings – FLC Proverbs
Celestial Choir (grades K-2) – Music Rehearsal Room
Cecilian Choir (grades 3-6) – Music Rehearsal Room
Organ Dedication Meeting – Harling Board Room
Cub Scouts – Arrington Jordan Building
Praise Dance Ministry – Sanctuary
Evangelical Choir – Fellowship Hall
Phone and Cable Meeting – Harling Board Room
Salem Adult Citizens
FLC Lobby, FLC Exodus Suite, Dean Music Ctr. & Fellowship Hall
Noonday Prayer – FLC Prayer Room
Computer Class – FLC Computer Lab
KSB/RJSMC MLK Concert Meeting – Harling Board Room
Chapel Choir – Music Rehearsal Room
Prayer Service & Bible Study
Pastor Mitchell
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Salem Adult Citizens
FLC Lobby, FLC Exodus Suite, Dean Music Ctr. & Fellowship Hall
Community Forum – Building One Pennsylvania – Sanctuary
Prophecy Club – FLC Acts, Revelations, Galilee Suites
Robert Johnson Smith Male Chorus – Music Rehearsal Room
Friday, October 31st
10:00 a.m.
10:15 a.m.
6:15 p.m.
6:45 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Computer Class – FLC Computer Lab
SBI: Part 1 Acts of the Apostles 1-12 – FLC Proverbs
Celestial Choir (grades K-2) – Music Rehearsal Room
Cecilian Choir (grades 3-6) – Music Rehearsal Room
Salem Voices of Praise – Sanctuary
Saturday, November 1st
10:00 a.m.
Tri-Annual Church Meeting - Sanctuary
AKA Twenty Pearls & Emerging Leaders – FLC Acts & Sinai Suites
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
HONORING THE SANCTUARY . . . Please be reminded to respect the sanctity of God’s house
by not bringing food or beverages, including water bottles, in the Sanctuary. Also, please do not
stick items in the bible/hymnal holder compartment of the pews & remember to take all of your
belongings with you. The only place food and beverages are to be consumed is in Fellowship
Hall. Let us all be good stewards and not risk ruining church property and wasting tithes made to
God on repairs that would not otherwise be necessary. Thanks to everyone for your cooperation.
CHANCEL FLOWERS . . . The flowers in the Chancel today are honoring the 56th wedding
anniversary of Deacon Charles & Ellen Thomas. As a young man marries a young woman, so will your
Builder marry you; as a bridegroom rejoices over his bride, so will your God rejoice over you. Isaiah 62:5
Congratulations!
SYMPATHY TO . . . Sympathy is extended to the friends and family of our member, the late
Eulalia Cox; Sympathy is extended to the friends and family of our member, the late Anne
Hundley; Sympathy is also extended to Alma Sheppard in the transition of her sister, Ethel Barnes.
Salem’s love and prayers are extended to all!
THANK YOU . . . Give Thanks to the Lord, because He is Good! His Faithful Love Continues
Forever. (Psalm 106) We would like to thank Pastor Mitchell and our Salem family for their prayers,
kind expressions of sympathy and support shown during the transition of our loved one. Your
presence and willingness to help with anything needed was a great comfort to us. With heartfelt
appreciation, the caretakers and family of Rev. Alzada Doss
Dear Pastor Mitchell and our Salem Church Family: The Grasty Family would like to thank you for
all the expressions of love, prayers and support during our time of bereavement. Lorenzo and
Sherrie Grasty
You are cordially invited to a Service of Holy Ordination of the Board of Deacons
An Ordination Service will be held today, October 26 th at 3 p.m. All are encouraged to support
our newly appointed deacons and junior deacons as they acknowledge God’s call upon their lives.
Rev. Dr. W. Wilson Goode, Sr. will be the ordination preacher.
Today, Sunday, October 26, 2014 we will have our CAREGIVERS RECOGNITION program,
facilitated by Fredericka E. Waugh, MSW, Afri Outreach Coordinator, Alzheimer’s Association
Delaware Valley Chapter. For our time of giving, please complete the special envelope, print
clearly; make checks payable to Salem Baptist Church and in the check note space write WTEA
(Walk To End Alzheimer’s). If you would like to have an envelope, please ask one of our usher’s.
Thank you. The Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s is
Sunday, November 9, 2014 at Citizens Bank Park. Registration is 9:00 a.m. and the Walk will begin
at 10:00/10:30 a.m.
Popcorn, Popcorn, Popcorn! Pack 1884 CUB SCOUTS is hosting “Popcorn Month.” Sales
benefiting King Pack Scouting activities throughout the year. Popcorn will be sold during the
month of October after the 10 am worship service in Fellowship Hall. Please support our scouts;
building positive young men, one scout at a time!
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
BUILDING ONE PENNSYLVANIA will hold their Fall Town Hall at Salem on Thursday,
October 30th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary. This program will highlight the
importance of our state’s smaller, diverse, middle-class communities.
All are invited and
encouraged to come out and join the discussion.
Join the ARTS & HERITAGE MINISTRY in an exciting trip to the National Black Theatre
Festival in Winston-Salem, NC, and a historical tour of Richmond, VA, from August 1 through
August 8, 2015. Cost: $895 per person; includes round trip luxury coach, hotel accommodations,
taxes and gratuities. Due date for $200 deposit has been extended to October 31st. Checks
should be made payable to “Salem Baptist Church.” Committee members will accept deposits in
Fellowship Hall after both services, throughout the month of October. For more info contact Ed
Dudley @ 215-247-6772, Brenda Wells @ 215-886-3796 or Carolyn Coker @ 215-224-6474
SAVE THE DATE . . . The next Tri-Annual Church Meeting will be held on Saturday, November
1st at 10:00 a.m.
New Organ Dedication and Recital
Mark Your Calendar - Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. Come out for our new Organ
Dedication.
We will celebrate the arrival of our new organ with a Dedication and Recital Program which will
feature the renowned Organist Recitalist, Aram Basnadjiam and the Salem’s Evangelical Choir
under the direction of Dr. L. Tilson Burrows, Minister of Music. Complimentary Tickets of
Reservation will be available after each Service on Sunday, Sunday October 26th.
A reception will follow the Program.
Colossians 3:16 Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all
wisdom, and as you sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God.
CALLING ALL SALEM YOUTH: The Youth Ministry will be participating in the Autism WalkPlease sign up in the Fellowship Hall after service. We need everyone involved! The Walk Now for
Autism Speaks walk will take place on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at...Walk Now for Autism
Speaks. Get Community Service Hours!
AUTISM WALK, SUNDAY, NOV 2ND AT 9 A.M. CITIZENS BANK PARK. Free parking. Free
snacks. Free show before the walk. Free information about the autism spectrum. This is the fourth
year Salem youth will be raising funds and walking for the Julian Green Team. Families and
friends can donate and/or walk to support research and activities for children and adults on the
autism spectrum. Thank you for your support. Julian's personal team: parents, Sheila & Derek
Green; and grandparents, Anita and Walter Green. Go to www.walknowforautismspeaks.org to
learn more about this campaign. For more details, see Kim Guess in fellowship hall after service.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
MEN OF SALEM . . . The Deaconess Board of Salem Baptist Church are seeking men to serve at the
Salem Tea Time Luncheon, November 8, 2014 from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. If interested, please contact,
Thom Williams at 610-239-5979.
SCHOLARSHIP & ENDOWMENT MINISTRY GIFT CARD COLLEGE STUDENT DATA
FORM . . . The Salem Scholarship and Endowment Ministry will be sending gift cards to our Salem
members who are currently college students. To receive special recognition from the Scholarship
and Endowment Ministry before final exams, please return a completed College Student Data Form
to the Scholarship Ministry before November 8, 2014. Forms may be found in the Canty Foyer and
on Salem website http://www.sbcoj.com
Top 5 questions you may have about Salem Baptist Church’s COMFORT CARE SUPPORTER
PROGRAM: (1) Why is Salem partnering to establish a Comfort Care Supporter Program? (2)
What is the goal of the Comfort Care Support Program and whom will it target? (3) What does a
Comfort Care Supporter do? (4) Who is eligible to be a Comfort Care Supporter? (5) How do I
become a Comfort Care Supporter? Join us on Sunday, November 9, 2014 immediately after the
10:00 am service in FLC Acts Suite @ 12:15 and Dr. Johnson and Tara Hayden will be available to
provide interested members with information and to answer questions about the Program.
COMFORT CARE SUPPORTERS . . . People of faith believe that they do not have to suffer alone
because God is the source of all comfort. While there is recognition that there is a need to support
and comfort people at the end of life (EOL), most people and churches struggle with the best way
to support congregants who have a life-limiting illness as well as supporting their family members
and loved ones. Salem Baptist Church will be participating in an education, training, and research
program with Dr. Jerry Johnson and Tara Hayden of the University of Penn. During the course of
their research and professional experiences, Dr. Johnson and Ms. Hayden have been told by many
that if the support comes, it comes too late or it does not respond to some of the major causes of
distress for persons with life illnesses and their families. As a result of their experiences, they have
initiated a program to provide support and comfort to those who have life-limiting illness earlier
rather than later. In one component of the program, members of the Salem have the opportunity to
be trained as Comfort Care Supporters, providing new knowledge and skills that will allow them
to support church members. If you are interested in volunteering to participate in this program,
please contact Fredericka Waugh at [email protected] to discuss the eligibility criteria and
requirements for participation and make applications available.
All Auxiliaries and members are invited to SERVE THE HOMELESS AT CHOSEN 300 on the 4th
Saturday of each month.
The host ministries for November 22nd are:
SALBA ▪ Salem Praise Dance Ministry ▪ Nominating Committee
“Just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”
Matthew 20:28
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR . . . Salem's annual Christmas Bazaar is fast approaching.
Please save the date: Saturday, December 6th from 10 am – 4 pm. All are welcome to join in the
day of vendors, festive ministry baskets, delicious baked goods, and much more. And shh, don't
forget Santa's secret workshop, which is always a fun activity for our youth. Raffles are on sale
today. Sponsored by the Board of Ministries.
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR VENDOR APPICATIONS are now available. Forms are located on the
tables in the Johnson Foyer, Canty Foyer and Family Life Center. Vendor placement is first come,
first served. Tables are $20.
SAVE THE DATE . . . THE SALEM TRAVEL CLUB is going to the Royal Manor on Tuesday,
December 9, 2014 to see I Love to Praise His Name. Cost is $85 which includes bus, family style
meal and show. A $40 deposit will reserve your seat. Balance is due November 9th. Make your
check payable to the Salem Travel Club. Contact Inez Bell at 215-757-7994 to reserve your seat.
5th Annual MLK Luncheon
Chairpersons Rev. Marshall Paul Hughes Mitchell and Commissioner Josh Shapiro, Chairman,
Montgomery County Board of Commissioners are pleased to announce the speaker for the MLK
Luncheon. This year’s speaker, Rahiel Tesfamarian, is a public theologian, social activist, writer
and speaker. She is a Stanford University graduate and holds a Master of Divinity from Yale
University where she was the inaugural William Sloane Coffin, Jr. Scholar for Peace and Justice.
She is also Founder/Publisher of UrbanCusp.com, a cutting-edge online lifestyle magazine
highlighting progressive urban culture, faith, social change and global awareness. Rahiel has been
recognized for her tireless dedication to global issues, community activism and youth advocacy.
Most notable is that in all that she does, she is led by her faith. Please check out UrbanCusp.com or
rahiel.com to learn more about this thought provoking young woman. Remember to purchase
your luncheon tickets early. Tickets are $55 and will be sold each Sunday, after both services in
Fellowship Hall. The Essay Contest, based on this year’s theme, The Eternal Flame, can be found on
Salem’s web site and in Fellowship Hall and the Canty Foyer.
For information or questions
contact: Malessia Dennis – 215 659-2853 or Karen Harvey - 215-646-1676
5th Annual MLK Luncheon Souvenir Program Book
A Sponsorship and Ad opportunity form will be available after each Sunday service in Fellowship
Hall until December 15, 2014 for the MLK Souvenir Program Book. We would like to encourage
each Salem Board and Ministry to purchase an Ad this year. In addition, individuals are able to be
a Patron in the Souvenir Program Book. Funds generated will benefit the Education and Arts
Center for our youth. Salem, thank you for your support.
Bernard A. Chavis and Oscar P. Vance, Jr., Co-Chairs, Souvenir Program Book Committee.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Martin Luther King Eternal Flame Essay Contest
High school student’s grades 9-12 are encouraged to participate in a writing contest that celebrates
the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The essay topic centers on the Eternal Flame that shines in
front of Dr. King's tomb in Atlanta, Georgia. The Eternal Flame serves as a reminder of Dr. King's
commitment to justice, peace and equality. The purpose of this contest is to write a personal
narrative that responds to or is inspired by Dr. King's legacy. Essays must be typed, 1,000 word
limit. Essay should be submitted with a cover page that contains all requested personal
information. Deadline for submission: November 30, 2014.
Prizes: 1st Place $100.00 2nd Place $50.00 3rd Place $25.00
For further information contact Leonore Hope at [email protected] or Linda Brown at
[email protected]
A Few Good Men/Women Needed!!
January 11, 2015 – 4:00 p.m.
 MLK Concert Fundraiser featuring the Keystone State Boychoir Choir & the Robert
Johnson Smith Male Chorus
If you would like to serve on the committee, please contact
Mildred Chavarria @ 610-220-1652 or at [email protected] or
Kim Guess @ 215-350-7933 or at [email protected]
The AMERICAN BAPTIST WOMEN’S MINISTRY (ABWM) invites you to join them as they
venture on a new journey . . . “THE GRATEFUL CHALLENGE!” Directions: 1) Each day, for 6
days, state 3 things for which you are grateful. 2) On the 7 th day, challenge 3 other people to do the
same; but that doesn’t mean you have to stop! 3) They in turn will continue the same pattern. Let us
praise our Lord by showing unity of His Spirit. We all have a reason to praise the Lord; Let us join
together, stand, be grateful and be counted! Please sign the display board in Fellowship Hall to
confirm your participation.
NOONDAY PRAYER is held each Wednesday at 12:30 pm in the Family Life Center Prayer Room.
Join us as we pray for the sick & shut-in, our children, our families, our church and our nation.
PARKING REMINDERS . . . . Please be reminded to . . .
 Only park in authorized, properly marked parking spaces
 Do Not park on the sidewalks, the FLC driveway or in any area that blocks entry into the
facility. Thank you for your cooperation.
 Parking is not allowed in the Triangle Apartments parking lot. These spots are specifically
for the residents. Cars illegally parked will be towed at the owner’s expense.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
A FRIENDLY REMINDER TO ALL MINISTRIES
 ALL MEETINGS must be scheduled through the church office prior to your meeting. Also,
all cancellations must be reported in timely manner for the safety of staff & ministry
members and to avoid unnecessary opening of the building.
 ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS must be submitted to Roslyn Cowan, in the Church Office by
4:00 P.M. on the Tuesday of each week. This is necessary so they can be approved prior to
Sunday morning and included in the Sunday programs. However, when a loved one has
passed the church personnel can be notified immediately regardless of the day or time.
 Thank you for your cooperation.
Salem Fast Facts
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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
 Prophecy Club – Thursday @ 7 p.m. – Grades 6 – 12
 Computer Class – Wednesday @ 1 p.m. and Friday @ 10 a.m. – All are welcome
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Cub Scouts – Tuesday @ 6:30 p.m. – Boys grades 1 to 5
Girls Scouts – Second Thursday’s monthly @ 6:30 p.m.
The NURSERY is now open during the 10 a.m. worship service for children age 18 months
through kindergarten. Every 4th Sunday, the nursery welcomes 1 st and 2nd graders as well.
The NURSING ROOM is available during both worship services.
Remember to bring your donations:
 Eyeglasses for OneSight Changes Lives
 Cell Phone for “Hope Phones” For Better Health
 Questions about your church envelopes . . . Need to update your address and
contact info, contact Jyl Godboldte, Recording Secretary at 267-235-7461
 Looking
for something? Lost and found is located in the mailroom located
outside of the sanctuary. Lost items will be placed inside of the cabinet. Items
will be discarded after 30 days.
 Robert Johnson Smith Family Life Center Inc. is now participating in the Donor
Choice Program of the United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania. We have our
own designation code number which is 50920. Donations can be made via
United Way for the RJSFLC, Inc. using this designation code.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Do You Know?
SCIENCE: Which heating system was designed by David N. Crosthwait.
A) Radio City Hall B) Madison Square Garden C) The Forum
SPORTS: In 1986 _______________ became the youngest heavyweight boxing champion.
FIRST: In 1873 the first African American municipal judge, M.W. Gibbs is elected in what city?
A) Little Rock, AR B) New York, NY C) Los Angeles, CA
HISTORY: “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” These are famous words of:
A) Malcolm X B) Marcus Garvey C) Frederick Douglas
INVENTIONS: J.W. Smith’s 1897 invention helps keep lawns all over the world looking great.
What is it?
ENTERTAINMENT: This famous singer songwriter wrote a song to honor Dr. Martin Luther
King’s birthday
Answers will be in next Sunday’s Bulletin
Sponsored by Salem’s Arts & Heritage Ministry
Answers for October 19, 2104
1. Percy Lavon Julian
2. Wilt Chamberlain
3. Booker T. Washington
4. Thurgood Marshall
5. Golf tee 6. Louis Armstrong
Word of the Week
Increasing our vocabulary one word at a time
PANDEMIC (panˈdemik)
Adjective: (of a disease) prevalent over a whole country or the world.
Noun: an outbreak of a pandemic disease.
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Sick & Shut-in Members & Friends
BRIDDELL, Mrs. Elizabeth
BRYANT, Mrs. Marlene
CARTER, Mrs. Queenie
*DRAYTON, Ms. Ollie
FAIRFAX, Trustee John
*FONTANILLA, Dr. Rodolfo
HARDING, Mrs. Ella
*HARRIS, JR., Mr. Morris
*HILL, Mr. John
INGRAM, III, Mr. John
JAMISON, Mr. Emanuel
JEFFRIES, Mrs. Dorothy
JOHNSON, Mrs. Susie O
JONES, Mrs. Marta
LINCOLN, Mr. James
*MATTHEWS, Ms. Diane
MCCOY, Ms. Monique
MONTGOMERY, Mrs. Inge
*PEAK, Jr. William
PELZER, Mr. Hilderbrand
STEVENSON, Deaconess Wilhelmina
THOMAS, Mrs. Mary
WILLIAMS, Mrs. Alma
1815 Manton St, Philadelphia, PA 19146 . . . 215-468-4405
8212 Williams Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19150 . . . 215-248-2765
8124 Thouron Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19150 . . . 215-248-0720
7220 Limekiln Pike, Philadelphia, PA 19046
7763 Mellon Road, Wyncote, PA 19025 . . . 215-886-0006
707 Dominion Drive, Moorestown, NJ 08054
6300 Old York Road, #204, Philadelphia PA 19141 . . . 215-924-1146
117 Colin Powell Drive, Glassboro, NJ 08028
120 Gable Road, Paoli, PA 19301
1119 Princeton Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111 . . . 215-725-5692
7209 Mansfield Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19138 . . . 215-424-2023
1813 W. Cheltenham Ave., LaMott, PA 19027
(c/o Imogene Sims) 4412 W. Roosevelt Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53216
2948 Gohn Drive, Willow Grove, PA 19090 . . . 215-657-0718
1165 Tallgrass Court, NW, Kennesaw, GA 30152 . . . 1-770-693-0556
6311 Milton Street, Philadelphia, PA 19138 . . . 215-416-9466
4122 Brookview Place, Elkins Park, PA 19027 . . . 267-625-94
6300 Old York Road, Apt 617, Philadelphia PA 19141 . . . 215-424-3797
1109 First Avenue, Brackenridge, PA 15014
2126 E. Washington Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19138 . . . 215-424-4068
1487 Wistar Drive, Wyncote, PA 19095, 215-887-4845
1821 Osbourne Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090 . . . . 215 - 830-5042
1658 Arnold Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090 . . . 215-659-7699
NURSING HOME/REHABILITATION CENTER/CARE CENTER
*Mrs. Jean Bell
*Ms. Bernice Buchanon
Mr. Mark Canty
Mrs. Wilhelmina Carter
*Ms. Ernestine Cooper
Mrs. Elizabeth T. Jackson
Mrs. Florence Lane
Mrs. Ida Porter
Mrs. Helen Robinson
*Mr. Earl Thorne
Mr. Leroy Way
Brookside Healthcare & Rehab Ctr., 2630 Woodland Road, #128A, Roslyn PA 19001
Maplewood Nursing Home, 125 W. Schoolhouse Lane, Rm 223, Phila, PA 19144
Phoebe Wyncote, 208 Fernbrook Avenue, Wyncote, PA 19095
Elkins Crest Nursing Home, 265 Township Line Road, #315, Elkins Park PA 19027
Arbor Terrace, 495 E. Abington Avenue, Apt 456, Phila., PA 19118
Brookside Healthcare & Rehab Ctr., 2630 Woodland Road, #116A, Roslyn PA 19001
Brookside Healthcare & Rehab Ctr., 2630 Woodland Road, #212B, Roslyn PA 19001
Elkins Crest Nursing Home, 265 Township Line Road, #307, Elkins Park PA 19027
Garden Spring Nursing Home, 1113 N Easton Rd, Rm #105, Willow Grove, PA 19090
Arbor Terrace, Room 103, 495 E. Abington Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19118
Fairview Care Center, Room 109C, 850 Paper Mill Road, Wyndmoor, PA 19038
*Friend of Salem
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