The Lord's Day - Nov. 3, 2019

WELCOME to all who have joined us in worship today. If you are visiting, we invite you to sign the guest book in the church 
entry or fill out your information on the pads in the church pew. You can place those in the offering bag.

Morning Worship 
Scripture:  1 Corinthians 15:29-34,
Sermon: "Living for the Resurrection”

Evening Worship
Scripture: Jeremiah 23:16-32, Matthew 4:1-11 
Sermon: “The Hammer of God’s Word”

Offering:  Today -  Chandler Christian School
Nov. 10 -  World Renew/World Hunger

    Nursery:  Today - AM –   Bobbi W. and Larissa H.
                       PM – No attendants provided but the nursery is open for you to use.
       Nov. 10 - AM - Michelle H. and Mariah H.
       Nov. 17 - AM - Michelle H. and Mariah H.

   Greeters:  Today - Dave and Grace Talsma
                       Next Week –   Glen and Marcia Talsma 

   Coffee Servers:  Today - Loren and Sandy Vander Woude                    Next Week:  Vivian and Nicole Elsing

   Children's Church Leaders:  Today - Bobbie S. and Cameron P.
                                                          Next Week – Chelsea S. and Megan H.

   Today  - 9:00 AM Church Education classes.
- 10:00 AM Morning Worship Service.

                 - Fellowship Coffee after our morning worship service! Please join us!
- 6:30 PM  Combined Evening Worship Service at 1st CRC in Edgerton. (Note time!).

  Tues.  - 5:30-7:30 PM SWCH Annual Fall Soup and Dessert Supper. (See announcement.)
  Next Sun. – 9:00 AM Church Education classes. 10:00 AM Morning Worship Service. 

                   - 6:00 PM Evening Worship Service.

    We remember all of our members who reside at area care facilities. Chris Sankey who resides at Edgebrook Care Center, 

 Dick Talsma who resides at Edgebrook’s Assisted Living and Gert Krosschell who resides at Edgebrook Apartments.   

    Our sympathy to Al and Dorothy Vis in the death of Dorothy's sister, Aleanor Kruisselbrink Taylor.  Please keep this family
 in your prayers.


  Next Sunday morning we continue our series by looking at 1 Corinthians 15:29-34.

  This Sunday evening, November 3, there will be a combined evening service held at First CRC in Edgerton at 
 6:30 P.M (there will be no evening service in Chandler). This worship service will mark Reformation Day and 
 Pastor Scott Muilenburg of First CRC will be preaching. Make plans to join as we worship our Triune God alongside
 his people from the area. Refreshments will be served following the service.

  It's never too late to accept God's call and experience the profound spiritual flourishing that comes when we share 
 with the hungry.  Be sure to return your Peter Fish banks next week.  We'll take a collection next week that will go 
 directly to World Renew's work with families like the Egongus.  Don't know who the Egongus are? Discover their story
 in your devotional. 821 million people around the world are hungry! Next week, we'll be observing World 
 Hunger Sunday.   But God wants more than an observance of days.  He wants our hearts. In your mailboxes are the 
 World Hunger Campaign devotionals.  Spend some time over the next two weeks considering His call to "spend
 ourselves in behalf of the hungry." It's an amazing opportunity that comes with a profound promise.

  The Southwest Christian High School Circles invite you to their annual Fall Soup and Dessert Supper on 
 Tuesday, November 5 with serving time from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium.
 The menu for the evening will include Chili Soup, Cheesy Vegetable Soup, Pea Soup or Chicken Taco Soup, 
 BBQ sandwiches and homemade desserts. Free will donations are gratefully accepted.

  ATTENTION COOKIE LOVERS! SWCH Circle #11 is selling frozen Christmas cookie cutouts again this year. 
 Each dozen will contain an assortment of trees, bells and stars.  Cost is $5/dozen.  Included with your order will be 
 baking instructions and a delicious frosting recipe.  Cookie orders are DUE by Wednesday, November 6.  We are 
 hoping they will be available for pick-up on or before the week of November 25.   If you’d like to place an order,
 please call, text or email one of the following Circle 11 members: Daci Moss –
 507.227.8540;  Denise Nerem – – 507.276.1535; or Dixi Snyder – – 507.227.6341.

    CARRY THE LIGHT/DONATION SALE: The Southwest MN Christian High School’s annual Carry
 the Light/Donation Sale will be held on Friday, November 22. The evening will begin with a burger meal 
 (free-will donation) served from 4:45-6:30 p.m. and the auctions, both men’s and women’s, will begin at 6:45 p.m. 
 This annual event is an important boost to the general operating budget, so “all hands on deck” to make this a
 successful evening for fundraising. Items for the sale may be brought to the school office. We would love to be able
 to advertise what will be available at the sale, so it possible, bring those donated items in as soon as possible. Thanks be 
 to God for his overflow of blessings to each of His people. Thank you for your support, both financially and in prayer.

   Harvest Dinner on Saturday, November 23, 2019, at the Chandler Community Center. Serving dinner from 
 12:00-1:00. At 1:00, "One Accord" from SWC is our entertainment.  Desserts afterwards. Please bring a dish to pass, 
 we will provide Turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, and gravy.

  Prison Ministry. Our next scheduled visit to Cornerstone is December 6. All participants will be required to 
 submit documentation of receiving a flu shot by December 1.  Contact Rich.

   "Looking Back, Yet Looking Forward: Immigrant Stories" will be hosted by New Roots Ministry on 
 Saturday, November 2, 8:30am--12pm, at Sioux Falls Ministry Center, 225 E 11th St, Sioux Falls. No RSVP needed
 for this FREE event. Former refugees and immigrants of various countries will share: 1) history lessons--main causes
 of migration, 2) how things are now in their home country, and 3) answers to, "what do you wish we Americans 
 would have known when you came?" 

   Deb’s House  A home has been purchased to house two single moms for a period of time under the supervision of 
 an ATLAS For Life staff person. The house with its two apartments needs to be renovated.   Call 507-384-7963 for
 more information if you can help. (mostly Saturdays)  Watch our website for work schedule: 
 (WE NEED: Skilled Renovators:  We will need people who can see what needs to be done, under the supervision of 
 our lead guys.  Schedules will be worked around the time YOU have available.  In addition, we will need specific skills 
 such as electricians, plumbers etc.   Not-So-Skilled Renovators:  We will need LOTS of people to carry out 
 demolition materials, to carry building materials to the proper spot, painters, scrapers, stainers, sanders, nailers, etc.  
 We can use a lot of people to do what they are shown how to do.)     

  Nov. 10: World Hunger Sunday
  Nov. 23: Harvest Supper in the Community Center