Church at Worship
SANCTUARY 8:30 and 11:15 a.m.
Tuesday, October 20 Loma Linda
Prelude O Worship the King Raymond H. Haan
6:30–8:00 p.m. Experiencing God Bible Study, “ACTS: Paul’s First and Second
Missionary Journeys,” Fellowship Hall East
Un i v e r s i t y C h u r c h
Wednesday, October 21
of Se venth-day Adventists
Call to Worship This Is the Day the Lord Has Made Mark Hayes 6:00–7:00 p.m. The Open Prayer Circle, “A Prodigal’s Story Of Severe Mercy October 17, 2009
Sanctuary Choir And Abundant Grace,“ Jeannine Mendez, Room 103
7:00 p.m. Mid-week Series, “Christ in You; The Hope of Glory: A Study of the
Hymn of Praise Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing No. 334 Book of Colossians,” Bernard Taylor, Campus Chapel
7:00 p.m. Intercessory Prayer Group, Zoltan Hangyal, Room 111
Prayer Bernard Taylor Friday, October 23
7:00 p.m. “Celebration of Creation,” Sanctuary
Sabbath, October 24
8:30 & 11:15 a.m. Part 7: Why I’m an Adventist. . .
Pastoral Welcome Joelle Reuer Because We Need Rest, Randy Roberts, Sanctuary
Tithes and Offerings Church Budget 10:00 a.m. Sanctuary Sabbath School, “Celebration of Creation”
2:00–5:00 p.m. “Celebration of Creation,” Sanctuary
Offertory People of Joy Valerie Stephenson 6:00–9:00 p.m. “Celebration of Creation,” Sanctuary
Byron Moe, Dennis Anderson, trumpet; Phil Roos, french horn; Sunset Today - 6:12 p.m. Sunset Next Week - 6:04 p.m.
Kimber Schneider, trombone; Chris Roath, timpani
Baptism Irel Idrisalman Tom Quishenberry2 Membership transfers
Children’s Feature Jackie Bishop Bretta, Robyn Obenaus, Andre Bradford, Jill
Corona Kelowna, BC Calimesa
Anthem Kyrie Alan Robert Petker Flores, Franci Carmela Wagoner, Donald Richard Easterbrook, Ryan
Sanctuary Choir Crosswalk Azure Hills Placerville
Gultom, Edwin Gooch, Erin
Meditation LL Indonesian Profession of Faith Rockwood
Jones, Ellis & Marian South Asia Hadley, Craig
Scripture Reading Revelation 14:6–7, TNIV Ehren Ngo Arden Hills Crosswalk
(Pew Bible, pg. 1840)
McKethan, Lucille (Moore) Aponte, Richard Martinez, Hugo & Inez
Part 6: Why I’m an Adventist... Del-Rosa Westchester Spanish LL Spanish
Sermon Because Judgment Is Good News Calvin Thomsen
We welcome these incoming members into the fellowship of the University Church
and wish God’s blessing on those who are leaving. Unless concerns are raised by
Hymn of Response Jesus Saves No. 340 members in regard to particular names, the publishing of this reading in the church
(verses 1 and 4) bulletin constitutes a vote of acceptance by the congregation.
Benediction Calvin Thomsen New members are invited to attend our New Member
Dinner today, October 17, immediately following second ser-
vice in Room 202. Relax, enjoy a delicious meal, and get ac-
Postlude Prelude in Classic Style Gordon Young1
Fanfare Jacques Lemmens2 quainted with pastors and members.
(Please maintain reverence during the Postlude)
LLUC services are aired live on the Schedule of
church website at www.lluc.org and are University Church
also aired live and rebroadcast on Loma Programs on LLBN
Linda Broadcasting Network (LLBN) via SS Today 1:00 p.m.
Don Thurber, director, Sanctuary Choir Kimo Smith, organist the Internet at www.llbn.tv, Time Warner Church Today 8:30 p.m.
Vaughan Grant and Donna Samson, ﬁrst service postlude cable channel 17 in Loma Linda, IPTV, Tuesday 9:00 p.m.
Gilbert Hernandez, producers Anca Gheorghe, director, Sanctuary Handbells and Glorystar satellite (which carries Wednesday 2:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.
LLBN, 3ABN, Hope Channel, and other Thursday 5:00 a.m.
First Service 2
Second Service Christian networks). For more informa- Friday 1:00 & 7:30 p.m.
WORSHIP PARTICIPANTS tion, please visit www.llbn.tv, or call (866) Saturday 5:00 a.m.
Ehren Ngo is assistant professor of cardiopulmonary sciences, School of Allied
Health and of Global Health, School of Public Health, Loma Linda University
11125 C a mpus Street • Loma Linda, C A 92354
Church Office Hours: Mon.–Thur., 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Friday 8:00 a.m.–noon.
Offices are closed for staff worship on Tuesdays from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. ( 909) 558-4570 • S a bb ath Mor n i ng : ( 9 0 9 ) 5 5 8 - 7 7 8 0
Out of respect to worshipers around you, please silence all electronic devices Questions or Comments: firstname.lastname@example.org • Online at: http://www.lluc.org
This is a weekly bulletin Cover photo by Danelle Taylor
Church at Study Re:Live Ministries Church Life
Sanctuary 10:00 a.m. Young Adult Ministry • Sabbath, 9:45–11:00 a.m. There will be no hospitality dinner Pathfinders & Adventurers will have
today. a potluck after 2nd service in Room 105
Congregational Singing Barbara Hernandez Wong Kerlee Conference Center New members are invited to attend followed by an Induction ceremony at 2:00
www.reliveministry.com a welcome dinner and meet members of p.m.
Opening Hymn I Love to Tell the Story No. 457
Current Series: Odds & Ends the pastoral staff, today, October 17, in The Experiencing God Bible Study
Room 202 immediately following second begins its second session in a three-part
Prayer, Welcome, and Introductions Barbara Hernandez series. The seven-week study on ACTS
13–18 continues on Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m.
Musical Selection Create in Me a Clean Heart, Oh God arr. Carl Mueller Offering Today: Local Church Budget
Alessandra Sorace, Silvana Sorace High-School Ministries Next Week: Calexico Mission School.
You may also give online by visiting www.
in the Fellowship Hall East. For more infor-
mation call LLUC at (909) 558-4570, Ext.
Special Feature SECC Spotlight on Education Beverley Bucknor High School Sabbath School - Room 202 • Sabbath, 10:00 a.m. lluc.org.
47095 or visit www.llucbiblestudy.org.
Remember the special Building Fund A Stress Management Seminar, spon-
Offering Sabbath School Expense sored by the LLU School of Public Health
(place mission offering in envelope)
The Fall - LLUC 202 • Friday • 7:30 p.m. Offering on December 19 for the new
and the LLUC Health Ministries Commit-
tee, is held on Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m.,
Offertory Prayer Beverley Bucknor Center Floral Arrangement is in honor in Fellowship Hall through December 16.
of Esther Young, who celebrated her For more information, please call (909)
Offertory Unto the Hills James Bingham 100th birthday on October 16. From her 558-4570.
Alessandra Sorace, Fernell Supit children.
The “Celebration of Creation” series
South Floral Arrangement is in loving will be held in the church sanctuary on
Lesson Worship and Dedication Warren Johns memory of John Dee and Edith Fletcher October 23 at 7:00 p.m., and October 24
who died on October 10 and July 5, re- at 10:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. For
Benediction Warren Johns spectively. They will be remembered in more information, visit www.fscsda.org.
our hearts forever as LLUSM professor,
Postlude Passacaglia Gordon Young friends, grandparents, parents, and, most Hospitality Team Members Needed:
of all, true Christians. They are survived by Help create a spirit of hospitality by par-
Associate Superintendent: Barbara Hernandez sister, Alma Sonnenberg; daughter, Kathy ticipating on a Hospitality Dinner Team. It
Organist: Donna Samson Weigley; and six grandchildren who are is a perfect opportunity to share cooking
all looking forward to seeing them again talents and friendly interaction. To sign
when Jesus returns. up, call (909) 558-4570, press 5.
LLUC EXCELL Program seeks part- Have you expressed your final wishes
Vespers ____________________________ time administrative director. Position
requires high energy and organizational
in a last will and testament? Don’t let
the state create your will! For information
Sanctuary 5:00 p.m. skills, persistence and a passion for help- call Betsy Matthews at (909) 558-4570,
ing children learn and for making a differ- ext. 47091.
ence. Email JWEBBMCQ@roadrunner.
Ardyce Koobs Memorial Vespers com for further information.
Welcome and Invocation Bernard Taylor
Trio in A minor, op. 114, Adagio Johannes Brahms The 46th Annual Loma Linda Com- The ASI Inland Chapter Meeting
Steven Hardin, clarinet; Elizabeth Olson, cello; Ed Yarnell, piano munity Parade and Fair is tomorrow, will be held Tuesday, October 20, in the
October 18, starting at 10:00 a.m.with a LLUC Fellowship Hall West. Members
String Quartet, op. 11, Molto adagio Samuel Barber
Adrian Dumitrescu and Stephanie Kime, violins; parade winding down Anderson Street and visitors are invited to enjoy a free
Pavel Rutherford, viola; Elizabeth Olson, cello Baptisms to Loma Linda Academy where the Fair
will continue to 4:00 p.m.
haystack supper at 6:30 p.m., followed by
a program featuring Robert Horner and
Trio in E-flat, Adagio Eric Ewazen Dan Houghton, with music by Stephanie
Steps to Financial Freedom is pre-
Chad DeLand, trumpet; Stephanie Kime, violin; Alva Wawaroending, piano Kime and Nancy Lawson. Please RSVP
sented Sunday, October 25 from 9:00
by calling (951) 509-2287.
a.m. to Noon at the Southeastern Califor-
Offertory Bernard Taylor nia Conference Office. This is sponsored “From This Day Forward,” a one-day
by the conference and admission is free. celebration of marriage commitment,
Symphony No. 3 in C Major William Boyce
Topics include: Financial Planning, Debt sponsored by the Family Ministries
Allegro, Vivace, Tempo di Minuetto
relief, Mortgage Modification. Please Department of the NAD, will be held in
Irel Idrisalman is an 8th grader at Loma register by e-mail: Sue.Jones@seccsda. Riverside on November 14. For more
Prayer of St. Gregory Alan Hovhannes
Chad DeLand, trumpet Linda Academy Junior High and a mem- org or call 951-509-2227. information, call (909) 558-4570, ext.
ber of its Wind Ensemble. Her mother, Leri 47089.
LLU School of Medicine’s Centennial
Serenade for Strings in E Minor, op. 20 Edward Elgar Idrisalman, is a nurse at LLUMC Heart and
Celebration is October 28-31. Featured Cruise spectacular Spain & Portugal
Allegro piacevole, Larghetto, Allegretto Surgical Hospital and has been a member of
are CNN journalist Lisa Ling, October with Loma Linda friends and family group,
LLUC since 1998. 29, 7:00 p.m., University Church. Friday, July 3–17, 2010. Optional CE credits are
Alleluia Randall Thompson October 30 features author/speaker Lee available with LLU Schools of Medicine,
arr. Larry Kidder
Strobel with music by The King’s Brass, Dentistry, and all health-related profes-
Loma Linda University Church Sanctuary Strings
7:00 p.m. in the University Church. Sab- sions. For more information, please call
Benediction Bernard Taylor bath features an all School of Medicine (909) 796-8344 or e-mail utravel@travel-
student/alumni choir and orchestra. For leaders.com.
information visit www.llu.edu/medicine.