Bulletin

July 21, 2024
Welcome

Memory Verses for July
1 Peter 4:10 NIV
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of
God’s grace in its various forms.

Worship Service 9:30 a.m.


Welcome
Announcements Kevin Kipfer

 Offering                             *Please place your offering in the
                                        collection plate by the entrance.

 Worship              

 Communion                                                    

 Message                                            Dave (Duke) Dissette

 Closing

 Fellowship Snack                                      Thank you, Mary!

 Sunday School ~ “the work-out room”                  approx.  11:15 ish        


Week in Brief

Mon. 7:15 pm Prayer Together
Tue. 10-11 am Bible Study
Tue. 6:30 pm Youth Group
Wed. 6:45 pm Men’s Bible Study

Dates to Remember
July 24th 100 yr. celebration meeting – 2:30 pm
July 30th Church Council Quarterly Meeting
Aug. 7th 100 yr. celebration meeting – 2:30 pm
Aug. 15th Deadline to get your Psalm or remembrance to Don
Aug. 18th Fellowship Snack provided by Ruth Jantzi
Aug. 19th Communion
Aug. 20th Church Council Work Session
Sept. 4th 100 yr. celebration meeting – 2:30 pm
Sept. 10th Church Council Work Session
Sept. 14th & 15th 100 years of ministry celebration

Announcements

Don would like all Psalms and remembrances emailed or turned in to him by 8/15

Trey and Zak’s Christian Mission and Relief Sale- Saturday Aug 10, @ Bontrager Auction Center, 10am -? . Lunch included. We’re looking for donations of valuable/rare collectibles, fine crafts or quilts, equipment & machinery, fun & unique experiences, refurbished furniture, dinners/foods, local services, etc. If you or someone you know would like to donate something auction worthy, please talk to Trey.
Bible Trivia; ~
Who God Is
The vastness of God is so great that it is impossible for us to fully grasp the depths of who he is. Though our Savior is currently preparing a place for us (John 14:2), he came down to earth in human form so that he could fulfill the requirements of the law and take the penalty for our sins. While on earth, he experienced human emotion and came face to face with the same challenges we do, yet without sin.
Quote the first and last words of our Savior while on earth?
“Why were you searching for me? Didn’t you know I had to be in my Father’s house?”; and, “It is finished” (Luke 2:49; John 19:30).

With whom did our Savior spend his last Sabbath?
Simon the leper (Matt 26:6)

Who is called the light of the world?
Jesus (John 8:12; 12:46)

What was the first miracle performed by Christ?
Water turned to wine (John 2:1)

Prayer Request and Praises

Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is Gods will for you in Christ Jesus.
1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18

Pray for,
~ Andrew as he discerns what is next.
~ Paulette, for her to continue to feel better and to regain her strength.
~ Beaver Camp and Lowville as they recover from all the flooding and weather-related problems
~ Bible Bee season has started again. Pray that the students will grow and be challenged and blessed as they study and hide God’s word in their hearts.
~ for Emma’s friend Shae who is experiencing difficulty after surgery.
~ For Beaver Camp and Camp Hickory Hill as they prepare for the summer, for their staff, and for the campers
~ This year’s rodeo season, that many will receive the salvation message.
~ For John & Christine Ryan”s friend;.
~ A positive result for Brian P’s legal hearing outcome.
~ pray for the churches and their ministries in Uganda
~ For Julie & Brian Aulai to feel and be obedient to the Lord’s direction for them as they await Brian’s visa.
~ John & Chris Ryan’s grandson Nathan, that he completes his associates degreee and his pursuit toward an Army enlistment.
~ Our church to have the courage, stamina and resolve to walk the path that God is showing us.
~ Dave Kidder’s mom Vivian to have stability and the Lord’s peace. She is currently at Bristol Village.
~ Sally Depew for comfort and peace, and for Wayne to continue to have the strength he needs to care for her.
~ Emma Kipfer, as she continues to lead and guide the youth group.
~ The Dan Schmidt family as they serve in North Africa
~ Eddie Bayer, to continue having good health and enjoy life right where God has him.
~ for Adam’s (the tree guy) salvation
~ For those affected by recent flooding in Uganda.
~ Peace for Isreal, Gaza and the Ukraine.
~ That we would be obedient to what God is motivating/moving us to do.
~ That we would be a people of hope in a hopeless world.

Praise.
~ Andrew safe travels home.
~ Karen renewed health.
~ Kevin’s knee feeling better.
~ Josiah (friend of the Ryan’s) found a job in his field.
~ Isaac Meyers health issues have improved.
~ The Lord for His unending comfort and love!
~ The ability to love one another!

Prayer Request and Praises for the bulletin, can be email to Lynn at amcsecretary1924@gmail.com, or fill out your bulletin tab and drop it in the collection plate. Please keep Lynn updated as to the status of your need or the request you’ve made on behalf of someone else so that our prayer list can stay as current as possible and so items can be moved to the praise list as we see God meet specific needs.

Contact Information
923 Two Rod Road, Alden NY 14004
www.aldenmennonite.com

Lynn Roll, Office Manager 937-6436/Cell-445-0578
amcsecretary1924@gmail.com
Emma Kipfer, Youth Director 585-902-0006 emmalenegk99@gmail.com

Kevin Kipfer, Elder 465-4950 dukdukkip@gmail.com

July 14, 2024
Welcome

Memory Verses for July
1 Peter 4:10 NIV
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of
God’s grace in its various forms.

Worship Service 9:30 a.m.


Welcome
Announcements Kevin Kipfer

 Offering                             *Please place your offering in the
                                       collection plate by the entrance.

 Worship                                                                 

 Message                                           Dave (Duke) Dissette

 Closing

 Sunday School ~ “the work-out room”                 approx.  11:15 ish        


Week in Brief

Mon. 7:15 pm Prayer Together
Tue. 10-11 am Bible Study
Tue. 6:30 pm Church Council Work Session
Tue. 6:30 pm Youth Group
Wed. 6:45 pm Men’s Bible Study

Dates to Remember
July 20th Jonas Kipfer’s grad party 12-4 pm, here at church
July 21 Fellowship Snack provided by Mary Kidder
July 24th 100 yr. celebration meeting – 2:30 pm
July 30th Church Council Quarterly Meeting
Aug. 7th 100 yr. celebration meeting – 2:30 pm
Aug. 15th Deadline to get your Psalm or remembrance to Don
Aug. 18th Fellowship Snack provided by Ruth Jantzi
Aug. 20th Church Council Work Session
Sept. 4th 100 yr. celebration meeting – 2:30 pm
Sept. 10th Church Council Work Session
Sept. 14th & 15th 100 years of ministry celebration

Announcements

Andrew will be sharing tonight about his time in India, 6pm at church.

Don would like all Psalms and remembrances emailed or turned in to him by 8/15

Trey and Zak’s Christian Mission and Relief Sale- Saturday Aug 10, @ Bontrager Auction Center, 10am -? . Lunch included. We’re looking for donations of valuable/rare collectibles, fine crafts or quilts, equipment & machinery, fun & unique experiences, refurbished furniture, dinners/foods, local services, etc. If you or someone you know would like to donate something auction worthy, please talk to Trey.

Bible Trivia; ~
Who God Is
The vastness of God is so great that it is impossible for us to fully grasp the depths of who he is. Though our Savior is currently preparing a place for us (John 14:2), he came down to earth in human form so that he could fulfill the requirements of the law and take the penalty for our sins. While on earth, he experienced human emotion and came face to face with the same challenges we do, yet without sin.
What were the first words God spoke to man?
Be fruitful and multiply (Gen 1:28)
What is the meaning of Jehovah Shammah?
Jehova is there (Ezek 48:35)
How did God manifest his presence at the dedication of the temple?
Fire came down from heaven (2 Chron 7:1)
On what three occasions are we expressly told that Jesus wept?
At the grave of Lazarus, over Jerusalem, and in Gethsemane (John 11:33; Luke 19:41; Heb 5:7)

Prayer Request and Praises

Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is Gods will for you in Christ Jesus.
1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18

Pray for,
~ Paulette, for her to continue to feel better and to regain her strength.
~ Beaver Camp and Lowville as they recover from all the flooding and weather-related problems
~ Bible Bee season has started again. Pray that the students will grow and be challenged and blessed as they study and hide God’s word in their hearts.
~ for Emma’s friend Shae who is experiencing difficulty after surgery
~ For our Beaver Camp weekend
~ For Beaver Camp and Camp Hickory Hill as they prepare for the summer, for their staff, and for the campers
~ This year’s rodeo season, that many will receive the salvation message.
~ For John & Christine Ryan”s friend;.
~ A positive result for Brian P’s legal hearing outcome.
~ pray for the churches and their ministries in Uganda
~ Karen Dombrowski as she deals with fatigue from radiation treatments. Pray for God’s strength and encouragement.
~ For Julie & Brian Aulai to feel and be obedient to the Lord’s direction for them as they await Brian’s visa.
~ John & Chris Ryan’s grandson Nathan, that he completes his associates degreee and his pursuit toward an Army enlistment.
~ Our church to have the courage, stamina and resolve to walk the path that God is showing us.
~ Dave Kidder’s mom Vivian to have stabi
lity and the Lord’s peace. She is currently at Bristol Village.
~ Sally Depew for comfort and peace, and for Wayne to continue to have the strength he needs to care for her.
~ Emma Kipfer, as she continues to lead and guide the youth group.
~ The Dan Schmidt family as they serve in North Africa
~ Eddie Bayer, to continue having good health and enjoy life right where God has him.
~ for Adam’s (the tree guy) salvation
~ For those affected by recent flooding in Uganda.
~ Peace for Isreal, Gaza and the Ukraine.
~ That we would be obedient to what God is motivating/moving us to do.
~ That we would be a people of hope in a hopeless world.

Praise.
~ Andrew safe travels home.
~ Karen renewed health.
~ Kevin’s knee feeling better.
~ Josiah (friend of the Ryan’s) found a job in his field.
~ Isaac Meyers health issues have improved.
~ The Lord for His unending comfort and love!
~ The ability to love one another!

Prayer Request and Praises for the bulletin, can be email to Lynn at amcsecretary1924@gmail.com, or fill out your bulletin tab and drop it in the collection plate. Please keep Lynn updated as to the status of your need or the request you’ve made on behalf of someone else so that our prayer list can stay as current as possible and so items can be moved to the praise list as we see God meet specific needs.

Contact Information
923 Two Rod Road, Alden NY 14004
www.aldenmennonite.com

Lynn Roll, Office Manager 937-6436/Cell-445-0578
amcsecretary1924@gmail.com
Emma Kipfer, Youth Director 585-902-0006 emmalenegk99@gmail.com Kevin Kipfer, Elder 465-4950 dukdukkip@gmail.com

July 7, 2024
Welcome

Memory Verses for June
Joshua 22:5 NIV
5 But be very careful to keep the commandment and the law that Moses the servant of the LORD gave you: to love the LORD your God, to walk in obedience to him, to keep his commands, to hold fast to him and to serve him with all your heart and with all your soul.”

Worship Service 9:30 a.m.


Welcome
Announcements Kevin Kipfer

 Offering                                     *Please place your offering in the
                                               collection plate by the entrance.

 Worship                                                                 

 Message                                                   Dave (Duke) Dissette

 Closing

 Sunday School ~ “the work-out room”                          approx.  11:15 ish        


Week in Brief

Mon. 7:15 pm Prayer Together
Tue. 10-11 am Bible Study
Tue. 6:30 pm Church Council Work Session
Tue. 6:30 pm Youth Group
Wed. 2:30 pm 100th yr. celebration meeting
Wed. 6:45 pm Men’s Bible Study

Dates to Remember
July 20th Jonas Kipfer’s grad party 12-4 pm, here at church
July 21 Fellowship Snack provided by Mary Kidder
July 30th Church Council Quarterly Meeting
Aug. 18th Fellowship Snack provided by Ruth Jantzi
Aug. 20th Church Council Work Session
Sept. 10th Church Council Work Session
Sept. 14th & 15th 100 years of ministry celebration

Announcements

Save the date; Andrew will be sharing about his time in India on Sunday July 14th, 6pm at church.

Trey and Zak’s Christian Mission and Relief Sale- Saturday Aug 10, @ Bontrager Auction Center, 10am -? . Lunch included. We’re looking for donations of valuable/rare collectibles, fine crafts or quilts, equipment & machinery, fun & unique experiences, refurbished furniture, dinners/foods, local services, etc. If you or someone you know would like to donate something auction worthy please talk to Trey.

Bible Trivia; ~
Jesus and His Disciples
Jesus appointed twelve men to be his disciples during his earthly ministry. These men would walk alongside him throughout his life—to his crucifixion and eventually his ascension to heaven. His disciples were far from perfect, yet all but one demonstrated faithful devotion to our Savior.


What was our Savior’s last command to his disciples?
Make disciples of all the nations and baptize them (Matt 28:19)


Of whom did our Savior say, “I will make you fishers of men?”
Of Simeon, Peter, and Andrew (Mark 1:17)


What two distinct promises did our Savior make to his disciples when he was about to leave them?
The gift of the Comforter and his own personal return (John 12:16, 19, 22, 28)


Which apostle told Christ he had left all to follow him?
Peter (John 13:37)


Who took Judas’s place among the twelve?
Matthias (Acts 1:23)


Which of the apostles first suffered martyrdom?
James (Acts 12:2)

Prayer Request and Praises

Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is Gods will for you in Christ Jesus.
1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18

Pray for,
~ Paulette, for her to start to feel better, and for her to make a complete and total recovery.
~ Bible Bee season has started again. Pray that the students will grow and be challenged and blessed as they study and hide God’s word in their hearts.
~ Ken Eicheldinger and his family to be comforted as they grieve to be comforted as they grieve the death of their son.
~ Kevin’s knee.
~ For the healing of Fan Maries broken toe.
~ for Emma’s friend Shae who is experiencing difficulty after surgery
~ For our Beaver Camp weekend
~ For Beaver Camp and Camp Hickory Hill as they prepare for the summer, for their staff, and for the campers
~ This year’s rodeo season, that many will receive the salvation message.
~ For these friends of John & Christine Ryan;
~ Josiah in his attempts to find employment in his field of electrical engenering.
~ A positive result for Brian P’s legal hearing outcome.
~ pray for the churches and their ministries in Uganda
~ Karen Dombrowski as she deals with fatigue from radiation treatments. Pray for God’s strength and encouragement.
~ For Julie & Brian Aulai to feel and be obedient to the Lord’s direction for them as they await Brian’s visa.
~ John & Chris Ryan’s grandson Nathan, that he completes his associates degreee and his pursuit toward an Army enlistment.
~ Our church to have the courage, stamina and resolve to walk the path that God is showing us.
~ Dave Kidder’s mom Vivian to have stabi
lity and the Lord’s peace. She is currently at Bristol Village.
~ Sally Depew for comfort and peace, and for Wayne to continue to have the strength he needs to care for her.
~ Emma Kipfer, as she continues to lead and guide the youth group.
~ The Dan Schmidt family as they serve in North Africa
~ Eddie Bayer, to continue having good health and enjoy life right where God has him.
~ for Adam’s (the tree guy) salvation
~ For those affected by recent flooding in Uganda.
~ Peace for Isreal, Gaza and the Ukraine.
~ That we would be obedient to what God is motivating/moving us to do.
~ That we would be a people of hope in a hopeless world.

Praise.
~ Isaac Meyers health issues have improved.
~ The Lord for His unending comfort and love!
~ The ability to love one another!

Prayer Request and Praises for the bulletin, can be email to Lynn at amcsecretary1924@gmail.com, or fill out your bulletin tab and drop it in the collection plate. Please keep Lynn updated as to the status of your need or the request you’ve made on behalf of someone else so that our prayer list can stay as current as possible and so items can be moved to the praise list as we see God meet specific needs.

Contact Information
923 Two Rod Road, Alden NY 14004
www.aldenmennonite.com

Lynn Roll, Office Manager 937-6436/Cell-445-0578
amcsecretary1924@gmail.com
Emma Kipfer, Youth Director 585-902-0006 emmalenegk99@gmail.com Kevin Kipfer, Elder 465-4950 dukdukkip@gmail.com

June 23, 2024
Welcome