F S A

Hayes Barton UMC
FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Coffee Is Served
on the patio or in the kitchen hall.
Better Together…God with Us
ORDER OF WORSHIP
ANNOUNCEMENTS
GATHERING AND PRAISE
PRELUDE
Variations on ‘Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming’
Drischner
The text is hymn 216
*GREETING
As Mary entered the house of Zechariah and Elizabeth,
the child in Elizabeth’s womb leaped for joy!
And as we enter your house today, O God,
our hearts leap for joy just thinking of our Savior’s birth.
Blessed is Mary among women,
and blessed is the fruit of her womb.
And blessed are we, O God,
to be called into the salvation of Mary’s child.
*HYMN
“O Come, All Ye Faithful”
No. 234
*LIGHTING THE ADVENT CANDLE
(8:30)
(11:00)
Zack & Courtney Bolen with Emily & Lauren
Ray & Shannon Oliveira with Callie & Anna
We have lit three candles—for hope, for peace, and for joy. Today we light
the fourth candle—the candle of love. With this flame, we signify the love
of God that surrounds and fills us at all times, but that we recognize in a
special way in the Christmas story. There is no greater power than love. It is
stronger than rulers and empires, stronger than grief or despair, stronger
even than death. We love, as God loves us.
(Four candles are lit.) “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel”
Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
Shall come to thee, O Israel.
Loving God, we open ourselves to you this Christmas season.
As these candles are lit, light our lives with your imagination.
Show us the creative power of hope.
Teach us the peace that comes from justice.
Fill us with the kind of joy that cannot be contained,
but must be shared.
Magnify your love within us.
Prepare our hearts to be transformed by you,
that we may walk in the light of Christ. Amen.
Depart in peace, and take with you the certain knowledge
that God is always coming into the world.
We will seek God, not in a long ago stable or ancient manger,
but in the people we meet and the depths of our own hearts.
December 23, 2012
UMW General Meeting and
Luncheon: Monday, 1/14
Please mark your calendar to attend the
Sympathy and Love to
UMW’s January General meeting. We
Gwen Baker and family on the death will meet in the fellowship hall for a
of her mother, Willowdean Strick- business meeting at 11:00 am. Lunch
land, on December 16. Her service will be served and childcare is availwas on December 19 at Emmanuel able. All women of the church are inBaptist Church.
vited. Please RSVP to Connie Fowler
Gary Johnson and family on the at [email protected] or 757-2062.
death of his mother, Frances Johnson,
WIHN Host Week: Jan. 13-20
on December 19. Her service was on
Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network
December 21 at Hayes Barton.
Larry Mallard and family on the (WIHN) provides shelter, meals, case
death of his mother, “Harry Bryan” management and education to preMallard, on December 18. Her ser- screened homeless and transitional
vice was on December 21 in New families. HB has the pleasure of hosting WIHN families again from January
Bern.
13-20. Volunteers are needed to proCommitment Cards
vide meals, transportation, buy grocerIf you have not done so, please turn in ies, serve as overnight hosts, etc. Coyour commitment card soon. Commit- ordinators are needed for meals, room
ments cards are available in the lobby.
tear-down and transportation. Families
and Sunday School classes are encourChristmas Eve Services
aged to participate! Please sign up at
Monday, December 24
www.signupgenius.com. Click on
3:00, 5:00, 7:00 & 11:00 pm
“FIND A SIGN UP” and search
Please join us for one of our worship “[email protected]”. Or sign up on
services. The 3 and 5 pm services are the board in the lobby.
family-friendly. Communion will be
Stephen Ministry
served at all services. Childcare (0-5/K)
A
Stephen
Minister provides confiwill be offered at 3, 5 and 7 pm. There
will be a live nativity for all services dential Christian care and encouragement to someone who is hurting; a
with luminary.
Stephen Minister is a compassionate
Christmas Eve Special Offering
listener who does not offer solutions or
Half of the offering will go to 3MC judge the care receiver’s feelings and
(Methodist Men’s Ministry Center, for- who offers Christ’s love for as long as
merly the MERCI Center) and half to the care receiver’s journey lasts.
the Pastor’s Discretionary Fund. The
If you would like a Stephen Minister
Christmas Eve Offering is defined as to walk with you as God carries you
cash in the offering plate, checks desig- through a difficult time, please contact
nated “Christmas Offering” and cash or Pastor Jesse Baker at 919-832-6435
checks enclosed in Christmas Offering x20 or Becky Balentine at 919-601envelopes.
8682. All inquiries are confidential.
UMM Dinner Meeting
Tuesday, 1/08
Seeds of Hope:
Drivers Needed on 1/26
The United Methodist Men will kick
off the New Year on Tuesday, January
8, at 6:30 pm in the Chapel. Join us in
welcoming our District Attorney, Colon Willoughby, who will speak about
some issues facing our justice system. RSVP by Thursday, January 3, to
Iggy Burroughs at 919-787-0328 or
[email protected]
Chapel Hill field trip: 10 am to the
afternoon: 3 drivers needed.
Marbles Museum field trip: 1-2
drivers for a van/vans. Time not yet
confirmed.
Chaperones are needed for both
events. Please email Willa Weltzin at
[email protected], or call Jane
Walz at 919-602-4796.
HBUMC December 23
UMW Book Drive Thanks
Thank you for the nearly 1,000 books
you gave to the Project Enlightenment Book Drive. Your generosity
will make a huge difference in the
lives of children who would not otherwise have books in their homes.
Prayer/Communion Services
Start Again on January 8
Each Tuesday at 11:45 am, join us
for a Service of Prayer and Communion. These services will last about 25
minutes to offer a midday time of
rest and spiritual nourishment.
CHILDREN
Nursery/ES Volunteers: 12/30
N
2s
3s
4s
5s
Elizabeth & Charles Montague
Rachel & Cam Reynolds
Jaye & Brendan Hinch
Bonnie & Chip Hopkins
Kelly & Brandon Hurter
Elementary Movie Night
Friday, 1/4, 5:30-8:30 pm
Join us in the FH with something
comfy to lie on and $5 for pizza,
popcorn and drinks. To help, email
Laurie Perry at [email protected]
Tot Time Play Group: Jan. 14
Join us at 10 am if you have a preschooler at least 1 year old. For questions, please contact Alison Baker at
604-1693 or [email protected]
YOUTH
Confirmation 2013 Begins 1/02
Please send in the confirmation form
ASAP. To get a form, email Emily at
[email protected]
2013 Youth Missions
Signup sheets are by Emily’s office!
Drop off your application and check.
Group Week of Hope:
MS. 6/23-28, VA or SC
StudentLife:
MS/HS. 7/15-19, Atlanta
ASP: HS. 6/16-22, West Virginia
Basketball Starts in January!
Regular season game dates are:
Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26; Feb. 2, 9, 16
All games at First Presbyterian.
Prayer Bookmark
Deaths
Frances Johnson
(Gary Johnson’s mother)
“Harry Bryan” Mallard
(Larry Mallard’s mother)
Willowdean Strickland
(Gwen Baker’s mother)
Hospital/Recovering
Brookie Alexander Vera Holshouser
Mary Knapp
Sammy Martin
Emma Teague
Ongoing Concerns
Riley Bingham
Hazel Dayvault
Anne Fortier
Evelyn Hieb
Jo Ann Jones
Bill Knapp
Jim Martin
Roland Massey
Pat Eckert Quinn
Margaret Scott
Walter Tietjen
Anthony West
Deployed
Daniel Carmichael
Michael Froneberger Robert Jordan
Margaret Marcello
Eden Pearl
John Henry Templeton Todd Vining
Our Church Leaders
Pastors Rick, LuAnn, & Jesse
D.S. Strother, Bishop Ward
HBUMC Calendar
see www.hbumc.org
Sunday, 12/23
Holiday Share
8:30a Sanc. Traditional Worship
8:45a FH
LightHouse Worship
9:50a
Sunday School for all ages
11:00a Sanc. Traditional Worship
Monday, 12/24
3 & 5p Sanc.
Family Services
7 & 11pSanc. Candlelight Services
Tuesday, 12/25
No Men’s Breakfast
Church Offices Closed
12/26-12/28
Business Office Open
Sunday, 12/30
8:30a Sanc. Traditional Worship
8:45a FH
LightHouse Worship
9:50a
Sunday School for all ages
11:00a Sanc. Traditional Worship
Monday,12/31
Business Office Open
Tuesday, 01/01
No Men’s Breakfast
Church Offices Closed
Wednesday, 01/02
11:30a
Handbell Rehearsal
1:00p Columb. Haggai’s Helpers
NO Wednesday Dinner
5:30p Children’s Music Programs
6:00p
MS Bible Studies
6:30p Wesleyan Covenant Renewal
6:30p
Children’s Spiritual Acad.
6:30p
Cub Scouts/Webelos
7:30p
Confirmation Kickoff
May the blessing of Christmas make you a blessing to others;
may the peace of the season pervade all that you do.
We will welcome the challenge of discipleship.
We will offer ourselves as God’s ministers.
We will go forth in hope, peace, joy, and love.
We are Better Together…because God is with us!
LATECOMERS MAY BE SEATED NOW.
PROCLAMATION OF THE WORD
TIME WITH YOUNG DISCIPLES
Laurie Perry
Micah 5:2-5a
But you, O Bethlehem of Ephrathah, who are one of the little clans of
Judah, from you shall come forth for me one who is to rule in Israel, whose
origin is from of old, from ancient days. Therefore he shall give them up
until the time when she who is in labor has brought forth; then the rest of
his kindred shall return to the people of Israel. And he shall stand and feed
his flock in the strength of the Lord, in the majesty of the name of the Lord
his God. And they shall live secure, for now he shall be great to the ends of
the earth; and he shall be the one of peace.
ANTHEM
*HYMN
He shall feed his flock like a shepherd:
and he shall gather the lambs with his arm,
and carry them in his bosom, and gently lead those that are young.
Come unto him, all ye that labor, come unto him, that are heavy laden,
and he will give you rest.
Take his yoke upon you, and learn of him;
for he is meek and lowly of heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls.
Luke 1:39-55
In those days Mary set out and went with haste to a Judean town in the
hill country, where she entered the house of Zechariah and greeted Elizabeth. When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the child leaped in her womb.
And Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit and exclaimed with a loud
cry, “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb.
And why has this happened to me, that the mother of my Lord comes to
me? For as soon as I heard the sound of your greeting, the child in my
womb leaped for joy. And blessed is she who believed that there would be a
fulfillment of what was spoken to her by the Lord.” And Mary said, “My
soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior, for he has
looked with favor on the lowliness of his servant. Surely, from now on all
generations will call me blessed; for the Mighty One has done great things
for me, and holy is his name. His mercy is for those who fear him from generation to generation. He has shown strength with his arm; he has scattered
the proud in the thoughts of their hearts. He has brought down the powerful
from their thrones, and lifted up the lowly; he has filled the hungry with
good things, and sent the rich away empty. He has helped his servant Israel,
in remembrance of his mercy, according to the promise he made to our ancestors, to Abraham and to his descendants forever.”
“The Waiting Room”
Page 39
Rick Clayton
HAYES BARTON
United Methodist Church
Raleigh, North Carolina
No. 191
MORNING WORSHIP
Eight-thirty and Eleven o’clock
PRAYERS FOR THE CHURCH AND THE WORLD
PRESENTATION OF GOD’S TITHES AND OUR OFFERINGS
Please pass the attendance register.
Visitors, please give us your address and phone number.
Offertory
“For Unto Us a Child Is Born” from Messiah
G. F. Handel
FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
DECEMBER 23, 2012
Chancel Choir
For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given:
and the government shall be upon his shoulder:
and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God,
The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.
*DOXOLOGY
Blair Kennedy, soloist
SERMON
No. 198
BAPTISMAL COVENANT II (11:00)
Presented for Holy Baptism:
Sebastian Orion Prybol
Son of Britni and Kevin Prybol
Welcoming Hymn
“Jesus Loves Me”
“He Shall Feed His Flock” from Messiah G. F. Handel
*GOSPEL LESSON
“My Soul Gives Glory to My God”
SHARING OUR JOYS AND CONCERNS
(11:00 - Children, ages 2-K, may go to Extended Session.)
OLD TESTAMENT LESSON
RESPONSE TO THE WORD
What can I give him, poor as I am?
If I were a shepherd, I would bring a lamb;
If I were a Wise Man, I would do my part;
Yet what I can I give him; give my heart.
SENDING FORTH
*HYMN
“Blest Are They”
No. 2155
*BENEDICTION AND CHIMES
*POSTLUDE
Savior of the Nations, Come
Arr. J. Pachelbel
The text is hymn 214
*Stand as you are able
CCLI License #2367044
Senior Pastor: Rick Clayton
Hospitality: Jennifer Hollerung
Associate Pastor: LuAnn Charlton
Music/Worship Arts: C. Michael Trexler
Associate Pastor: Jesse Baker
Organist: David Witt
Pastor Emeritus: F. Owen Fitzgerald, D.D.
Children’s Music: Susan Stevens
Visitation Ministry: Becky Balentine
Tech Arts: Kelly Donaldson
Communications: Doug Gill
Youth Ministries: Jeff McCauley, Emily Newman
Children’s Ministries: Laurie Perry, Liz Merritt
Building Superintendent: Marshall Parker
Nursery: Lise Sherlin
Wedding Administrator: Jerry Lachapelle
Weekday Preschool: Amy Mattheis
Business Administrator: Russell Wilcox
Church Secretary: Melanie Iversen
Assistant Business Admin.: Tricia Ligon
Membership Secretary: Anna Stidham
Food Services: Lu Ann Rudolph
Head Ushers: Frank Brown; John Armfield
Ushers: (8:30) Jim Pierce, Captain; Michael Franke, Sylvia Gill, Cathy Pierce, Kevin Shoaff
(11) Alan Long, Captain; Al Bullock, Joe Burroughs, David Butts, Jeff Powell, Irwin Roberts
Prayer Warriors: (8:30) Debbie Womble; (11:00) Elizabeth Rose
Crucifer: (8:30) Virginia Douglas; (11:00) Michael Radulovic
Acolytes: (8:30) Lily Grace Kelly & Winston Tuttle; (11:00) Hadley Brugh & Elizabeth Womack
Greeters: (8:30) Jane Shirk; (11:00) Dave & Sylvia Svendsgaard
“The Waiting Room”
In God’s waiting room, we learn to expect mystery
and surprise in the face of common days. The
church’s calendar is made up of two kinds of time:
holy time and ordinary time. Mary’s days were so
ordinary in some ways and so miraculous in other
ways. That always seems to be the way God hands
life to us, a mixture of the marvelous and the mundane.
In Honor of The Chancel Choir by Bill Murr
In Memory of my husband, Edward Speed Noell, Jr., by
Lee Noell
In Honor of Rick, Jesse and Becky Balentine by Lee Noell
In Honor and Thanks for all prayers, cards, notes, calls,
visits, gifts, flowers and food after my January surgery by
Lee Noell
In Memory of Ken & Francis Schmidt and Charles & Edna
Porter and in Honor of Violet Porter by Keith & Michelle
Porter
In Memory of Doug & Martha Catington and in Honor of
Billie Catington by Keith & Michelle Porter
In Memory of Amy Johnson by Preschool Staff
In Memory of Jan Prince Verhoeven by Jim & Sibby
Prince
In Memory of Martha Anne Register by Buddy Register
In Honor of Amanda, Hannan & Carson Rossi, the greatest
family a man could ask for, by Paul J. Rossi
In Memory of my parents, Ruth Keith Johnson & Reuben
James Johnson, by Betty J. Copeland Smith
In Memory of James L. Clyburn and his more than 40
years as organist at Hayes Barton by Carol & Leonard
Smith
In Memory of Tucker Rives Mann by Drew, Elizabeth,
Rives and Julia Smith
In Honor of Mary Gatton by J. C. & Melba Smith
In Honor of Molly & Andy McDaniel by J. C. & Melba
Smith
In Memory of Glenn & Grace Anderson by Charlotte
Anderson Straney
In Memory of Dan Jr., Lucy and Dan Sharpe III by Peggy,
Tim, Jaye, Paige & Lee Thomas
In Memory of Willis Henry (Hank) Thompson, III by
Becky, Mary Frances, Elizabeth & Will
In Honor of Mary, Bill, Chailee, William, John and Alex
Moss by the Thompson Family
In Memory of Sara Burroughs by Becky Thompson
In Memory of Frank Fuller by Becky Thompson
In Memory of Frank Scott by Becky Thompson
In Memory of Phil Greer by Becky Thompson
In Memory of Dr. Jim Edwards by Becky Thompson
In Honor of Charlie & Becky Russell by the Weekday
Preschool Staff
Holiday Share:
Ends Today
What can you do to serve?
Take the opportunity to share the holiday spirit with our community! It’s the
perfect, meaningful gift for those who
have everything!
• Purchase a holiday share donor
card as a gift to your friends and/or family
• Donations can be made in honor or in memory of a loved
one
• Donor cards can be purchased at the reception desk this
morning, before and after all Sunday morning services.
When you purchase a donor card as a gift, you will be contributing to local charities and meeting area needs. Many families will
benefit throughout the coming year. Gifts can be made in any
amount to one or more of these organizations:
Centro Internacionale de Raleigh
The Encouraging Place
Family Support Circles
The Green Chair Project
The Healing Place of Wake County
InterAct
Inter-Faith Food Shuttle (IFFS)
Meals on Wheels of Wake County
Methodist Home for Children
Miracle League of the Triangle
Seeds of Hope/Partners for Humanity
Shepherds Table Soup Kitchen
Society of St. Andrew
StepUp Ministries
Urban Ministries of Wake County
Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network
Wake Relief
Wee Care Children’s Enrichment Program
For questions, please contact:
Sara at [email protected]
or Jared at [email protected]
FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT FLOWERS
DECEMBER 23, 2012
The Chancel Flowers are given to the glory of God and in
loving memory of Kathryn & Fletcher Thomasson and
Virginia & Tom Graves, Sr. by Sara & Tom Graves, Katie
& Kenny Dodson, and Sallie, David, Thomas, & Matthew
Wheeler.
The Wreaths in the Chancel are given:
in loving memory of their granddaughter, Abigail Oliver
Dargan, and their parents, Elizabeth Oliver & Benjamin
McClamroch and Kathleen & Charles Veasey, by Gail &
Bob Veasey.
in loving memory of her parents, Ollen D. McLeod and
Christie Maynard McLeod, who was at one time our
organist and choir director, and her sister Katharine
Wilson by Dr. Neill McLeod.
The Wreaths at the Back of the Sanctuary are given:
in loving memory of Rollin & Susan Pratt by Penny &
Bruce Oland.
in loving memory of Rebecca D. Wall by her family.
The Wreath on the Balcony is given in loving memory of
Nicholas M. Perry by Nancy, Martha, Carlson, Brandon,
Nick Jr., and Chesson.
The Wreaths on the Stone St. Doors are given in loving
memory of her husband, Frank; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Gill; her sister, Helen Gill Keasler; and Frank’s
parents, Mr. O. L. Scott and Mrs. Hetter Mae Scott Byrd;
by Nancy Scott.
The Wreaths on the Fairview Rd. Doors are given in
memory of Tom Lindley and Alexander Drozeck by
Madelyn Lindley and Tom & Michelle Lindley.
The Wreaths on the Back Foyer Doors are given in
loving memory of Mr. & Mrs. James C. Jenkins, Mr. &
Mrs. Charles L. McDonald, II, Mr. & Mrs. E. Carl Tiesler,
and Mr. & Mrs. Thompson O. Crockett by the Ken
Crockett Family.
The Wreaths on the Preschool Entry Doors are given in
loving memory of our parents, Gilbert & Virginia Darden
Hay and Charles & Corinne Nunnery, by Charlene &
Gilbert Hay.
The Poinsettias in the Chancel are given:
in loving memory of Dr. & Mrs. Don F. Cathcart, Mr. &
Mrs. John L. Shipp and Mr. William J. Cathcart by Ann,
John, Lynn, Scott, Jenn & Lowry Ann Cathcart.
in loving memory of Dr. Henry Ligon by his family.
in loving memory of Sara Burroughs by Iggy, Joe &
Tommy Burroughs.
in honor of Paul & Edith Johnson on the celebration of
their 60th wedding anniversary by David, Lisa, Davis, &
Kiley Coster; Skip, Dale, & Bethany Johnson; and Brad,
Paul, & Hannah Johnson. Our family remains close
because of the love and bond that the two of you share
(December 28, 1952 - 2012).
Christmas Poinsettias 2012
In Memory of Chris Anderson by Chip & Judy Anderson
In Memory of Grace & Glenn Anderson by Chip & Judy
Anderson
In Memory of Dicky Morrison by Chip & Judy Anderson
In Honor of Frances McLean by Chip & Judy Anderson
In Memory of Jackie Burgess, the most loving mother in
the world, by Harriet Burgess Banner
In Honor of LuAnn Charlton by Ken & Ann Barnes
In Memory of Ransom Hobbs by Janice Bennett and Marla
Hamilton
In Honor of Mary Catherine Benson by Ann & Dale
Benson
In Memory of Lauren Ashley Thompson by Mary
Catherine Benson
In Honor of Ann & Dale Benson by Mary Catherine
Benson
In Memory of John Wilkinson “Base” Blackwell by
Eleanor Blackwell
In Honor of Michelle & John Blackwell by Eleanor
Blackwell
In Honor of Scott Youngblood, Vanda Chou & Hermione
Youngblood by their proud parents and grandparents, Dan
& Ann Bowers
In Memory of our parents, Dr. & Mrs. J. Dewey Bradsher
and Mr. & Mrs. B. C. Manning, by Jo Ann & John
Bradsher
In Memory of Kathie Brown McDonald by Dorothy P.
Brown
In Memory of Wiley Brown, Sr. by Dorothy P. Brown
In Memory of our parents, Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Brown, Jr.
and Mr. & Mrs. Howard Revis, by Frank & Becky Brown
In Memory of Rev. John A. Buckley (Jack) by Shirley,
Betty Ann & John Buckley
In Honor of Margaret Ann Gonella, Trey Hughes and
Emma Burns by Ann & Kent Burns
In Honor of Kristin Byrd by Virginia Byrd
In Honor of Gladys Rose & Barbara Riggins by Dorothy
Caldwell
In Memory of Vida Harris and in Honor of George &
Olivia Fleming by John & Christianna Campbell
In Honor of our grandparents by Emma Kate & Redding
Clarke
In Memory of Dr. Carl Baker Rankin by Rans & Margaret
Douglas
In Memory of Dr. Gratton Alexander Litz, III by Rans &
Margaret Douglas
In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. K. Ray Torrans by Betsy
Torrans Douglass
In Memory of Phil Greer and in Honor of Shelly Greer by
Andy & Dick Fowler
In Honor of our children and their spouses: English &
Chris Edwards, Mason & Cortney Fowler; and our
grandsons: Tyler Edwards and Crew Fowler, by Andy &
Dick Fowler
In Memory of our parents: Pauline & Tom McGee and
Martha & Jim Fowler; and in memory of our brothers:
Mike McGee and Jimmy Fowler, by Andy & Dick Fowler
In Memory of Jim Edwards and in Honor of Jean Edwards
by Andy & Dick Fowler
In Memory of Don Freeman, Jr. by Marjorie, Mary
Catherine & Will
In Memory of Pat & Frank Fuller by Kathryn & Lyne
Gamble, Nancy & Kris Buckles and Kate & Mark Reece
In Honor of our children: Sarah & Jason, Innes & Carl,
Kate & Mark, and Starling by Lyne & Kathryn Gamble
In Honor of Pastor Rick Clayton by Mary Gatton
In Memory of Violet Chappell by Brenda & Ron Gibson
In Memory of Richard Glassford and Tommy Glassford by
Anne Glassford
In Memory of Phil Greer by Shelly Greer
In Memory of Jacqueline W. Burgess by Charles & Cheryl
Burgess Hall
In Memory of Zoila McWhorter by Frances Hamilton
In Honor of Mary Clayton by Marla Elaine Hamilton
In Memory of Henry & Anna Ligon by Jill Heath, Patricia
Ligon, Robin White, Anna T., Dawson, Charles and Henry
In Memory of M. C. & Catherine Henderson by Charles,
Marlene and Deborah Henderson
In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. North DeMent, Mrs. Tressie
Brown Moss, and Mrs. Selene DeMent Moss by Jared and
Justin Husketh and Family
In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Husketh and Mr. &
Mrs. E. T. (Chick) Husketh, Jr. by Jared and Justin
Husketh and Family
In Memory of Megan Marie Jones by Gene & Ann Jones
In Honor of our pastors: Rick, LuAnn and Jesse, by Lin &
Mary Ellen Jordan
In Memory of Richard Keggereis (“Kegg”) by Pauline R.
Keggereis, Shaaron K. Cypher and Lynda K. Watkins
In Memory of my parents, Tyne & Larry Bagwell, by Jill
Bagwell Kirby
In Honor of my children & family: Bagwells, Kirbys,
Farfours & Jamisons, by Jill Bagwell Kirby
In Memory of Carl L. Byrd and in Honor of Virginia Byrd
by Leslie B. Koscielniak & Kristin Byrd
In Memory of Louis Koutoulakos by Claudia Koutoulakos
In Honor of Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Hoffman by Claudia
Koutoulakos
In Memory of our daughter, Catherine Hymes, and our
granddaughter, Nikki Hymes, by Sally & Bill Lazar
In Memory of Bertha & Joe Chislow by Michelle & Tom
Lindley
In Honor of Madelyn Lindley and Eleanor Drozeck by
Tom & Michelle Lindley
In Honor of Michelle Lindley by Tom Lindley
In Memory of Madeline Clement by Jeff & Christina
Lovern
In Memory of our son, Tucker Rives Mann, by Karen &
Tucker Mann
In Memory of Jackie Burgess and in Honor of Cale
Burgess by Jackie, Keith, Andy & Keith McLaurin
In Memory of James McKinnon McLean by Frances
McLean
In Honor of Lanier Murr by Bill, Michael, Derek, Ashley,
Katie & Will Murr
Wednesday, January 2
PLEASE NOTE: NO DINNER UNTIL 1/9
5:30 pm - Children’s Music Programs
6:30 pm - Wesleyan Covenant Renewal Service
6:30 pm - Children’s Spiritual Academy
7:30 pm - Confirmation Class Kickoff
Wesleyan Covenant Renewal Service
Wednesday, January 2, 6:30 pm
Please join us for a service of renewal to start the new year.
Parking with Consideration
Please be a good neighbor as you park in the neighborhood around the church.
Please do not block driveways or park too close to street corners.
Calling All Shepherds
To receive a 2013 grant from our Outreach Pathway, a local organization
needs to be represented by a “Shepherd” who is a member of Hayes Barton UMC.
Shepherds complete a brief grant application that is reviewed and decided on by
the Outreach committee. Do you support an organization that you would like the
Outreach Pathway to support financially and/or by soliciting volunteers from
among the HBUMC membership? If so, please apply to become a Shepherd for
that organization by completing a Shepherd’s Application, which is available at
www.hbumc.org as well as at the church’s reception desk.
This year, the Outreach Pathway is emphasizing the need to assist organizations devoted to meeting basic human needs. HBUMC already is active in addressing these needs through support to many local agencies, including the InterFaith Food Shuttle, Urban Ministries, WIHN, StepUp Ministries, Meals on Wheels
and others. We also maintain our own Mustard Seed Garden to help feed the hungry in Raleigh, and support missionaries and organizations overseas who work to
feed, clothe and house children and adults in desperate need.
The deadline for returning completed applications is January 25, 2013. Completed applications may be placed in the Missions mailbox at the church or mailed
to the address that is on the application. Depending on how familiar we are with
the organization you want to sponsor, we may invite you to provide a brief presentation to the Outreach committee.
Is the Good Shepherd calling you to be a Shepherd to one of the many wonderful human service agencies in this area seeking support from our church? If so,
let us hear from you. Please contact Bruce Oland at [email protected]om or 919877-0925 if you have any questions.
MISSION: HB is sending an adult construction team to Guatemala City. It will work
with Annette Witte and the Vida Joven (Young Life) staff, serving for the 5th year in
the ministry that Brady Greene oversaw in the El Recuerdo neighborhood.
DATES: Depart February 17 and return February 24, 2013
PROJECT: Working with kids that participate in “Vida Joven” and repairing/
reconstructing homes in a poor, urban section of Guatemala City
A blog on ministry experiences can be found at:
annetteinguatemala.wordpress.com
Much of the work will be physically demanding; however, most are able to contribute regardless of age, strength or stamina, as “work” is only part of the mission
experience. Typical daily tasks include interacting with community members and
children, building walls and foundations, painting, pouring concrete, woodwork,
landscaping, roofing, etc. Guatemala is a good “next step” in mission. Depending
on the missioner, it may not be the best first-mission experience.
REQUIREMENTS/COSTS: US Passport required. A $150 non-refundable deposit
and completed application. ($350 more will be required prior to 2/1/13.) Full participation in all fundraisers. Missioners should also be in general good health, agree
to participate in an orientation / team retreat, and most of all … be flexible!
QUESTIONS: Nelson Brugh, 302-5055 or [email protected]; Mike Trexler, 2718056 or [email protected]; Tim Price, 833-0139 or [email protected]
Wednesday, January 2
PLEASE NOTE: NO DINNER UNTIL 1/9
5:30 pm - Children’s Music Programs
6:30 pm - Wesleyan Covenant Renewal Service
6:30 pm - Children’s Spiritual Academy
7:30 pm - Confirmation Class Kickoff
Wesleyan Covenant Renewal Service
Wednesday, January 2, 6:30 pm
Please join us for a service of renewal to start the new year.
Parking with Consideration
Please be a good neighbor as you park in the neighborhood around the church.
Please do not block driveways or park too close to street corners.
Calling All Shepherds
To receive a 2013 grant from our Outreach Pathway, a local organization
needs to be represented by a “Shepherd” who is a member of Hayes Barton UMC.
Shepherds complete a brief grant application that is reviewed and decided on by
the Outreach committee. Do you support an organization that you would like the
Outreach Pathway to support financially and/or by soliciting volunteers from
among the HBUMC membership? If so, please apply to become a Shepherd for
that organization by completing a Shepherd’s Application, which is available at
www.hbumc.org as well as at the church’s reception desk.
This year, the Outreach Pathway is emphasizing the need to assist organizations devoted to meeting basic human needs. HBUMC already is active in addressing these needs through support to many local agencies, including the InterFaith Food Shuttle, Urban Ministries, WIHN, StepUp Ministries, Meals on Wheels
and others. We also maintain our own Mustard Seed Garden to help feed the hungry in Raleigh, and support missionaries and organizations overseas who work to
feed, clothe and house children and adults in desperate need.
The deadline for returning completed applications is January 25, 2013. Completed applications may be placed in the Missions mailbox at the church or mailed
to the address that is on the application. Depending on how familiar we are with
the organization you want to sponsor, we may invite you to provide a brief presentation to the Outreach committee.
Is the Good Shepherd calling you to be a Shepherd to one of the many wonderful human service agencies in this area seeking support from our church? If so,
let us hear from you. Please contact Bruce Oland at [email protected] or 919877-0925 if you have any questions.
MISSION: HB is sending an adult construction team to Guatemala City. It will work
with Annette Witte and the Vida Joven (Young Life) staff, serving for the 5th year in
the ministry that Brady Greene oversaw in the El Recuerdo neighborhood.
DATES: Depart February 17 and return February 24, 2013
PROJECT: Working with kids that participate in “Vida Joven” and repairing/
reconstructing homes in a poor, urban section of Guatemala City
A blog on ministry experiences can be found at:
annetteinguatemala.wordpress.com
Much of the work will be physically demanding; however, most are able to contribute regardless of age, strength or stamina, as “work” is only part of the mission
experience. Typical daily tasks include interacting with community members and
children, building walls and foundations, painting, pouring concrete, woodwork,
landscaping, roofing, etc. Guatemala is a good “next step” in mission. Depending
on the missioner, it may not be the best first-mission experience.
REQUIREMENTS/COSTS: US Passport required. A $150 non-refundable deposit
and completed application. ($350 more will be required prior to 2/1/13.) Full participation in all fundraisers. Missioners should also be in general good health, agree
to participate in an orientation / team retreat, and most of all … be flexible!
QUESTIONS: Nelson Brugh, 302-5055 or [email protected]; Mike Trexler, 2718056 or [email protected]; Tim Price, 833-0139 or [email protected]