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ADULT EDUCATION
Family News
Skyline Medical Center
• Lyndia Pike, Room 308 rehab
Discharged
Imperial Square
Hospital List
9:00 AM Sunday • January - February
• Ed Veard
Jim Irwin in the death of his sister, Dorothy Johnson,
Saturday, January 24. She is the aunt of Debora Austin
and great aunt of Hanna and Traci Austin. Her funeral
was Wednesday.
Adult Annex
Sympathy to...
The congregation is invited to a
Bridal Tea honoring Cassie Potts,
bride-elect of Adam Gutzman, on
Sunday, February 8, from 1:00-3:00 PM in Room 101.
They are registered with Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target,
and Pier I. Adam is the son of Jeanette Gutzman and Dan
Gutzman.
The congregation is invited to a Bridal Tea honoring Leah
Fussell on Sunday, February 8, from 1:00-3:00 PM in the
Tea Room. She is registered with Bed, Bath & Beyond and
Target. Leah is the daughter of Tom and Brenda Fussell.
• Feb. 4
Soup, Chili & Hot Dog Supper
• Feb. 8
One Heart small group Bible
study in homes begins
• Feb. 21
Annual Blood Drive/Bake Sale
• Mar. 14
“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?”
• Mar. 28
Easter Eggstravaganza
• May 30
“Swinging for Pete” Golf
Tournament - 8 AM Tee Time
• May 31-Jun. 3 Vacation Bible School
Office Wing
Bridal Teas
Class Study
I, II & III John
Location
Teachers
The Journey
(College & Singles)
Room A
Daniel Claytor
Futures
Room B1
Dan Johnson
Individuals
(Singles of All Ages)
Room F
Brad Mutchler
Applied In-Depth Study
Rooms
418/419
Dreammakers
Room 420
James Boggess
Bill Shannon
John Young
Nick Rapheal
Richard Swint
Baby Boomers
Room 421
Sean McPherson
Keenagers
Room 422
Tim Bewley
YAMs
Room 202
Mike Ryan
Seekers
Room 204
Clyde Head
Young Families
Room 201
Kenneth Walker
Gary Swing
Empty Nesters
Room 101
Rodney Cloud
Auditorium Class
Auditorium
Bert Paddock
Ladies’ Ministry
In our Ladies’ Ministry, WinGS, for 2015, let this be our
year to “FLY.” Like the butterfly, let us be transformed
through involvement, service, and fellowship. With
M&M’s representing “meditate & memorize,” search the
scriptures and engrave them on your heart. Our focus
word for January is TRUTH. Our M&M’s are Jeremiah
29:11 and Psalm 25:4-5. Meditate & Memorize (M&M)
these scriptures as they apply to the TRUTH that God
reveals to us through His word.
Cookies for Christian Manor
An opportunity to FLY (serve) is to bake cookies for the
residents of Christian Manor for a Valentine’s Day treat.
Please bring your cookies Sunday, February 8. There will
be a table designated for them in the back lobby. We will
bag and distribute the cookies on Wednesday, February
11. Thank you for participating with WinGS.
Welcome to...
Hendersonville
Church of Christ
February 1, 2015
107 Rockland Road • Hendersonville, Tennessee 37075 • Office 615.824.6622 • www.hendcoc.com
MORNING WORSHIP | 7:45 AM & 10:00 AM
Worship Leader – Cameron Frazier
The Joy of the Lord
#71 Blessed Assurance
#523 Our God, He Is Alive
Scripture: I John 2:12-14
Prayer – Edd Adams
Here I Am to Worship
Lord’s Supper
Contribution
Dismissal to Children’s Church
#756 When We All Get to Heaven
“Growing Up Is More Than Showing Up”
Drew Crosby
#859 He Paid a Debt
Prayer - Karl Wagnon
#841 Sing and Be Happy
EVENING WORSHIP | 4:00 PM
Worship Leader – Cameron Frazier
Sermon – Drew Crosby
One Heart 2015 News
Our One Heart small group home Bible studies
begin next Sunday, February 8. These take place
in individual homes and are led by various people.
There are a number of boards in the Adult Annex
Lobby with the individual leader’s name at the top.
They are available for you to sign up in one of these
groups. There is a group for singles and a women’s
group available. As is always the case, there are not
enough groups for the number of members that
need to be involved in One Heart. If you would
consider leading one of these groups, please contact
David Swanger at the office (824-6622) or by cell
(681-8461). This is an awesome ministry and a great
opportunity for outreach. We are looking forward to
another great year.
The Gift of Generosity
We thank everyone for your support of Hendersonville Church of Christ with your time, talent, and
financial contributions and look forward to support
from our members this year. If you need a convenient
way to make regular offerings or one-time offerings,
we encourage you to look into our electronic giving
options available on our website at www.hendcoc.com
and click on “Give Online.”
Services Tonight
Tonight we will meet for the evening services at 4:00
PM in the Auditorium. There will be no children’s
classes or nursery.
Church Office Hours
Mon.– Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Website
www.hendcoc.com
Email Us
[email protected]
24-Hour News Line
615.824.0808
Counseling - Brian Sheppard, MS, LPC
615.824.6727/Tu. & Th. 9:00-5:00 p.m.
Day School
615.264.0308
Life of Christ Study
www.StudyJesus.com
Broadcasts | Comcast 3 & U-Verse 99
Wed. 5:30 p.m. | Sat. 7:00 p.m.
MINISTRY STAFF
Rodney Cloud
Prison Minister
Drew Crosby
Pulpit Minister
Beth Peterson
Youth Associate
Jon Micah Richardson
Youth Minister
David Swanger
Outreach & Involvement Minister
Whose Side Are
You On?
Tonight two teams, the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots, square off in Glendale, Arizona, in the biggest
game, the Super Bowl. Rings will be given out and trophies
will be presented. Cash will be awarded to the players according to who wins and who loses. Glory will be given, as
well as bragging rights being the best football team in the
world for another year.
There is a greater struggle being waged, even as we worship this morning, the struggle between good and evil. The
Christian life is compared to the sports world. The Bible
even pictures the Christian life as a boxing match, a race,
and a wrestling match.
Tonight a victor will be crowned. Celebration will follow and many will revel in the glory of their team’s success. However, after the confetti has been cleaned up and
the teams return home, the pursuit of another temporary
crown resumes.
There is another victory that has been celebrated for thousands of years, a victory that was secured on the cross of Calvary. This victory over sin bridged the gap between man and
God and gives the blessed hope of an eternal home with our
Heavenly Father.
I do not know which team will win tonight, but I am forever grateful for the victory that Jesus purchased for me.
The question we must answer is “Whose side are you on, the
cross or the world?”
Drew Crosby, Pulpit Minister
Save the Date!
March 14, 2015
A special event is planned to encourage members of our
congregation to get to know each other - “Guess Who’s
Coming to Dinner?”
A number of people in our congregation have agreed to
serve as hosts for this event. Every member of the congregation will be given the opportunity to sign up to be a guest
in one of the host homes. There will be a limit, so when the
sign-up sheets go out, be prepared to sign up. Child care will
be provided. You won’t want to miss this one! More information will be available soon.
Please mark your calendar for a few hours on the evening of
Saturday, March 14.
Children’s
Ministry News
Stephanie Colon, Children’s Ministry Assistant
824-6622 ext. 130 • [email protected]
Note...
There will be no nursery or children’s classes tonight. We
encourage everyone to attend the services in the auditorium at 4:00 PM.
Children’s Church Volunteers Needed
Sign-up sheets are outside classroom doors or contact
Stephanie Colon at 754-224-6158.
Save the Date...
• Easter Extravaganza - March 28 - Stay tuned for
more details.
• Lads to Leaders and Leaderettes convention April 3, 4, & 5
Sympathy
We extend sympathy to Stephanie Colon, whose uncle,
Ross K. Stone, passed away Jan. 27. Services will be held
Saturday at Palm Beach Lakes Church of Christ in Palm
Beach, Florida. Please pray for Stephanie as she travels with
family to Florida.
Wednesday Nursery Teachers Needed
The nursery is in urgent need of people to sign up as nursery
teachers on Wednesday nights for this quarter. If you have
not signed up for 2015 and are willing to assist in this area,
please make a note on your attendance card or contact
Ninette Blackwell at 210-0772.
February 1
Erica Brown
Kelsey Brown
Jill Castle
Jenny Slaughter
Laura Stewart
Jamie Walker
February 8
Mallory Brinkley
Megan Brinkley
Jill Castle
Sandi Irons
Jenny Slaughter
Jamie Walker
Calendar of Events
February
1
3
4
4
5
8
8
8
8
10
11
12
Caring Cards, 2:00-4:00 PM, Community Room
Ladies’ Bible Class, 10:00 AM, Room 422
Senior Moments, 9:00 AM, Community Room
Soup, Chili & Hot Dog Supper, 5:30-6:45 PM, Multipurpose Room
Men’s Bible Study, 9:00 AM, Community Room
Honduras Mission Meeting, 11:00 AM, Room 422
Bridal Tea honoring Adam Gutzman & Cassie Potts,
1:00-3:00 PM, Room 101
Bridal Tea honoring Leah Fussell, 1:00-3:00 PM,
Tea Room
One Heart small group Bible studies in homes
Ladies’ Bible Class, 10:00 AM, Room 422
Senior Moments, 9:00 AM, Community Room
Ladies’ Sewing, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM,
Community Room
Ministry News
Room in the Inn Ministry
We continue our need for innkeepers. Please sign up
on the board in the back lobby if you can help. Being
an innkeeper is simple: stay the night with the men and
be available if they need you. You will be out by 6:00
a.m. Monday, in plenty of time to be at work. If you are
retired, it is a simple way of being a blessing to others.
Sign Club
The Sign Club is collecting shoe boxes and old Christmas
cards to be used in projects. If you have these items you
can donate, please place them in the red box in the back
lobby or the shopping cart in the front lobby.
Responses
Planned Events
New Families:
• Stoney & Lisa Crockett, daughters Lindsay & Ashley
• Mark & Ederlita Storkson
• Bob & Brenda Page
Expressions of Appreciation
Expressions of appreciation are posted on the bulletin board
in the foyer between the Auditorium and the children’s wing
hallway. This week we received a thank you note from...
• Billie Fay Thomason, Beth Williams & family
Honduras Mission Trip May 24-31
All who are interested in being a member of the Honduras
Mission team, please meet Sunday, February 8, immediately
following the morning services in Room 422.
FOR THE RECORD
ATTENDANCE
1-25-2015
9:00 AM Sunday School ............................................. 706
7:45 AM Worship ........................................................ 142
10:00 AM Worship .....................................................1107
Park Place..................................................................... 20
Total AM Worship...................................................... 1269
6:00 PM Worship......................................................... 331
7:00 PM Wednesday, 1/28.......................................... 378
CONTRIBUTION............................................ $46,124.00
Weekly Budget .............................................. $42,000.00
YTD Budget.................................................. $168,000.00
YTD Contribution.......................................... $163,522.00
Under Budget ................................................. ($4,478.00)
www.StudyJesus.com............................................ 30,442
Feb. 2
Homeward Bound classes begin, SCJ
Feb. 8
Prison Ministry Committee meeting, HCOC, Room 101
Feb. 21
SCJ Volunteer Orientation 2-6 p.m.
Mar. 7
SCJ Volunteer Orientation 1-5 p.m.
Mar. 12
SCJ Volunteer Orientation 6-10 p.m.
Mar. 21
SCJ Volunteer Orientation 1-5 p.m.
(All SCJ Orientation meetings at courthouse off S. Water)
Apr. 16
Volunteer Banquet, Hillsboro COC
May 30-Jn. 5 Summer Camp for children of the
incarcerated (Whispering Pines)
Jn. 10-12
National Prison Ministry Workshop,
Memphis
Jn. 21
Re-entry Center Grand Opening,
Nashville
Sep. 8
TPOM Benefit Dinner, Millennium
Maxwell House Hotel
If you have questions, contact Grant Carey at 972-8414 or
[email protected]
Our
Shepherds
Craig Callis
Rick Fussell
Dennis Johnson
John Kester
Larry Perry
Ron Pounders
Glen Rodgers
Bill Shannon
Rod Stamps
*Karl Wagnon
*Lead Elder for 1st Quarter