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NUTANA PARK MENNONITE CHURCH 374-2144 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org web page: www.npmc.net PASTORAL STAFF NUTANA PARK MENNONITE CHURCH Anita Retzlaff 373-3472 Patrick Preheim 955-2928 374-2144 Wendy Harder 244-2442 Lynn Driedger 955-5616 e-mail: email@example.com web page: www.npmc.net ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PASTORAL STAFF Sunday, April 4, 2010 Easter Sunday Anita Retzlaff 373-3472 Patrick Preheim 955-2928 Wendy Harder 244-2442 Lynn Driedger 955-5616 Vol. XLV 11:00 a.m. No. 14 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Worship Leader: Denelda Fast Accompanists: Sharon Klassen, Charlene Sorensen; Rhonda Krahn - flute; Wayne Dueck, Hillary Fast - Trumpet; Nancy Winder - French Horn; Jamie Winder - Trombone; Lynn Driedger - Tuba Sunday, April 4, 2010 Song Leader: Lynn Driedger Easter Communion Service Greeters: Lois & Paul Tiessen Ushers: Alvena & Jake Rempel 7:00 a.m. Worship Leader: Denelda Fast ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Accompanist: Lynn Driedger The Lord is Risen Call to Worship Easter Fanfare Choir and Brass Invocation No. 668 Service of Light ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Gathering Hymn Christ is Arisen No. 271 Greetings and Announcements Awake! Arise! Go Forth! Choir Call to Worship No. 668 We Pray Service of Light Lighting of the Peace Lamp Gathering Hymn Thine is the Glory No. 269 Joys and Concerns Prayer Prayer Hymn Christ is Arisen No. 271 Hymn of Praise Come, Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain No. 265 Scripture John 20:11-18 Offering/Offertory Sermon Why are You Weeping? Allan Kassen Sing With All the Saints in Glory Choir Communion We Hear His Word Hymn of Response Here, O My Lord, I See Thee No. 465 With the Children Benediction Scripture John 20:11-18 Sermon Why are You Weeping? Allan Klassen Hymn Proclaim the Tidings Near and Far No. 282 We Respond to His Call ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Baptism Communion Benediction Benediction Hymn Here, O My Lord, I See Thee No. 465 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Joys and Concerns April 13 1:30 pm Ruth Mission Society; Trip to Uganda - Betty Brown Thank you for letting the office know about your own, and your fellow members’, joys and concerns. Let us 6:15 pm Junior Choir - last rehearsal “Rejoice with those who rejoice; weep with those who weep.” (Romans 12:15) April 14 7:00 pm MEDA Saskatoon invite us to a Dessert Night to join them in recognizing Esther Patkau and Henry Hamm We extend sympathies to Sarah Brown whose father John Macdonald died in for their connection to faith and the community; Halifax recently. John was a son-in-law to Alina Balzer and brother-in-law to Riverside Country Club. For tickets, phone 384-6044 or Geraldine Balzer & Gordon Peters. email firstname.lastname@example.org April 16 7:30 pm Saskatoon Children’s Choir presents Here’s to Song; Third Avenue United Church. Tickets ($20) may be purchased by phoning 384-7727, at the door or at www.persephonetheatre.org NPMC Community Life Mission and Service Spotlight April 17 7:30 pm The Cecilian Singers present Mass in G; Grosvenor Spotlight Core Neighbourhood Youth Co-op Park United Church. Tickets ($12) from McNally Robinson Booksellers. Everyone welcome Thank you to all who have chosen a (CNYC) 7:30 pm A Buncha Guys Spring Concert; Wildwood Mennonite person to pray for in Lent. This could CNYC offers skills building and alternative Church. Special guest is guitarist Zac Schellenberg. be the time to share your prayer education programs for inner city youth, Tickets ($5) available at the door. Donations for MCC support with that person. Find a way giving them the opportunity to dream about April 18 Noon Youth “Sausage on a Bun” and Silent Auction to let your personal link know that you and prepare themselves for positive life and Fundraiser gave the prayers to God. Blessings for career opportunities while working to build 2:30 pm Saskatoon Youth Orchestra & Saskatoon Strings Easter -- God’s gift for all who believe. Saskatoon’s core neighbourhoods. concert; Aden Bowman Castle Theatre. Admission by donation April 20 7:00 pm Junior Choir Year-end Concert; education wing April 24 9:00-3:30 A Day for Parents; sponsored by the Saskatoon This Week Adlerian Society. John Lake School. See poster for more information 7:30 pm Saskatoon Fiddle Orchestra ‘Canadiana’ Spring Today 7:00 am Easter Sunrise Service; Allan Klassen speaking; Show; Broadway Theatre. Tickets ($12) at Broadway Communion, followed by breakfast -- please bring Theatre, Long & McQuade, McNally Robinson. See Easter baking, cheese, fruit posters on doors No Sunday School and Junior Worship April 28, 29 Re:connections -- a drama about the struggle to find 11:00 am Easter Worship Service--Allan Klassen speaking; life for all who are affected by a criminal act of violence. Baptism and communion Presented by MCC and Bethany Players. April 28 at Monday No Ecumenical bible study Roxy Theatre and April 29 at West Portal Church Carpet Bowling resumes next fall May 1 Mennonite Church Saskatchewan Touring Mission Tuesday No Women’s Bible Study Fest is full and they are starting a waiting list Wed. 11:00 am Prayer for Peace; lounge or wherever you are May 2 2:00 pm Volksliederchor Concordia presents A Spring Thursday 6:00 pm Young Adult potluck Concert; German Canadian Club Concordia--639 Main 7:30 pm Choir rehearsal St. Admission: Adults $7, includes coffee and cake Saturday 10:30-3:30 Saskatchewan Women in Mission Enrichment Day. May 4-6 9:00 am Annual Study Conference held at Lutheran Theological All women invited. Speaker is Jeanette Hanson, Seminary -- “Preaching in These Days: The Story We witness worker in China. Registration at 10:00 am, Live By . .” Guest speaker--Rev. Dr. Craig A. Satterlee bring a sack lunch. Zoar Mennonite Church in May 6 6:00 pm Core Neighbourhood Youth Co-op Dinner & Langham Auction; Saskatoon Farmers Market; call 665-3889 for tickets May 25-28 MC Sask Continuing Education event -- Laments of Ancient Israel. Instructor Wilma Baily from Christian Coming Up Theological Seminary, Indiana. Wildwood Mennonite Church; register by April 7 email@example.com Next Sun. No early service June 11, 12 MCC Sask Relief Sale and Auction. If you would like 9:45 am Sunday School; Adult Ed: The Power of Tea: to volunteer, please contact Armin & Edith Krahn at Experiences in Walking Alongside 384-1206 or firstname.lastname@example.org 11:00 am Joint Worship; Singing Sunday John 20:11-18 11 But Mary stood weeping outside the gardener, she said to him, “Sir, if you tomb. As she wept, she bent over to have carried him away, tell me where Announcements look into the tomb; 12and she saw two you have laid him, and I will take him angels in white, sitting where the away.” 16Jesus said to her, “Mary!” MCC Connects – We invite prayers for the local congregations, communities, body of Jesus had been lying, one at She turned and said to him in and the Young Chippewayan First Nation as they work together to support the head and the other at the feet. Hebrew, “Rabbouni!” (which means resolution of a long outstanding land issue near Laird. For more information 13 They said to her, “Woman, why are Teacher). 17Jesus said to her, “Do not call Leonard at MCCS or visit www.sk.mcc.org you weeping?” She said to them, hold on to me, because I have not yet “They have taken away my Lord, and ascended to the Father. But go to my Big Sky Artists Art Show will be held at Grace Westminster Church on I do not know where they have laid brothers and say to them, ‘I am April 9 and 10. Artists from Nutana Park include Alma Archer, Hedie Borne, him.” 14When she had said this, she ascending to my Father and your and Norma Rempel. turned around and saw Jesus Father, to my God and your God.’” standing there, but she did not know 18Mary Magdalene went and April 11: Adult Education: A new series begins -- “The Power of Tea: that it was Jesus. 15Jesus said to her, announced to the disciples, “I have Experiences in Walking Alongside” -- a conversation about how we walk “Woman, why are you weeping? seen the Lord”; and she told them alongside others, over a cup of tea, at work or on the sidewalks of our Whom are you looking for?” that he had said these things to her. community. Supposing him to be the Vocal or instrumental music students -- if you would like to have an opportunity to perform in the main auditorium of our church, please sign up on the sheets in the education wing bulletin board. Depending on the interest Youth shown we plan on having a recital April 11. No bible study on Tuesday April 7: 9-12:30: Volunteer to help pack the Good Food Box. Meet at St. Martin’s United Church Handbell Choir is looking for new ringers for the September. Contact Betty at 374-1173 by April 30 if you are interested. Indian & Metis Friendship Center April 10: No youth Prairie Centre for Ecumenism presents An Ecumenical Retreat: April 12-14 April 17: 7:30 pm: prep for fundraiser/wall carving with Fr. Tom Ryan at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Registration forms April 18: Youth “Sausage on a Bun” Fundraiser - bring silent auction items on mailbox table. and large pan of squares April 24: Joint youth - Monopoly rally Langham Theatrical Company is presenting a Plaudeitsche Ovendt (Low German evening) April 9, 10, 17, 18. See bulletin board in education wing for ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ times and prices. FOOD BANK; Most Wanted Items: Breakfast cereal, Baked beans ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ New Address: Martha Ens Riverside Terrace 440 - 915 Saskatchewan Crescent W. Saskatoon, SK S7M 0M7