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Beulah United Methodist Church * Hymn No. 103 Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise Richmond, Virginia The Pastoral Prayer and the Lord’s Prayer Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the September 26, 2010 glory, forever. Amen. 8:30 am and 11:00 am The Anthem Multiply Dottie Rambo The Gathering Abigail Cordova, soloist *Words of Greeting and Announcements Rev. Mottley The Children’s Message Mary Anne Huband *Passing of the Peace Presentation of Tithes & Offerings And God will raise you up on eagle’s wings; bear you on the breath of dawn, (8:30) Ever Faithful, Ever Near Franklin Ritter Make you to shine like the sun, and hold you in the palm of God’s hand. (11:00) Crown Him King of Kings Sharon Damazo Sanctuary Choir The Ringing of the Hour *The Doxology No. 95 *The Call to Worship Psalm 91 Praise God from whom all blessings flow; Praise Him, all creatures here below; Leader: Those who dwell in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow Praise Him above, ye heavenly host; Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost. Amen. of the Almighty. People: They will say of the Lord, “God is my refuge and fortress, the One in [Please be seated for the hymn] whom we trust. Leader: Those who dwell in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the refuge Hymn The Servant Song of God’s wings. People: They will not fear the terror of the night nor the arrow that flies Brother, sister, let me serve you, let me be as Christ to you. by day. Pray that I may have the grace to let you be my servant, too. Leader: “Those who love me, I will deliver,” says the Lord. People: O Lord, we call to you now. Show us your salvation. We are pilgrims on a journey, we’re together on this road. We are here to help each other walk the mile and bear the load. *Opening Prayer (Jeremiah 32, Psalm 91) I will hold the Christ-light for you in the night time of your fear. God our Redeemer, you promise deliverance to those who love you. Draw I will hold my hand out to you, speak the peace you long to hear. unto us as we draw unto you in worship. Open our eyes to see, our ears to hear, our minds to comprehend, and our spirits to encounter the revelation you have for us this I will weep when you are weeping, when you laugh, I’ll laugh with you. day. Transform us with the truth of your love and grace, in the name of the One who I will share your joy and sorrow till we’ve seen this journey through. loved us and gave his life for us. Amen. When we sing to God in heaven, we shall find such harmony, Stewardship Moment Bonnie Ramey/Alex Sadler Born of all we’ve know together of Christ’s love and agony. Scripture Lesson Luke 16:19-31 (910-BL/954-RE) Leader: This is the word of God for the people of God. People: Thanks be to God. The Sermon Stopped Up Rev. Mottley * Hymn No. 712 I Sing a Song of the Saints of God (The congregation is welcome to pray at the chancel rail during the last hymn. If you would like Pastor Keith or Pastor Ben to pray with you, please raise your hand when at the rail.) *The Benediction *Going Forth Fuge in Three Voices Charles Zeuner *Congregation standing, as able Words printed by permission CCLI #859920 OUR WORSHIP HAS ENDED; NOW OUR SERVICE BEGINS SCRIPTURE for October 3 Lamentations 1:1-6 Psalm 137 2 Timothy 1:1-14 Luke 17:5-10 THE CHURCH STAFF Rev. Keith Mottley Rev. Ben Horrocks Sherrie Lizarraga Senior Pastor Associate Pastor Director of Music Ministries Kristen Schussler Nancy Goff Dawn Hall & Bobbie Whitlock Accompanist Director of Children’s Ministries Support Staff Shana Conner Nursery Caregiver Beulah UMC WEEKLY BEACON September 26, 2010 Calendar of Events for the Week THE SANCTUARY FLOWERS are given to the glory of God and in memory of Pat Jenkins and in honor of Norvell Jenkins Sun., 9/26 8:30am Worship Service 9:00am Breakfast on the occasion of their 50 th wedding anniversary. Given by Norvell, Renee, Jeff and Heath. 9:45am Sunday School for all ages 11:00am 4:00pm Worship Service Celebration Ringers (Rm 110) THOSE WHO GRIEVE 4:45pm Celebration Singers (Rm 110) Matt Taylor and family on the loss of his mother, Mary “Betty” Taylor, on September 16. 5:30pm Youth Dinner & Meeting Mon., 9/27 9:00am ESOL (upstairs FH) P.T. & Rachel Holmes on the loss of his brother, Raymond T. Holmes, Jr. on September 19. 6:30pm Boy Scouts (Rms 242-245) . ON THE ROAD AGAIN IN MISSION 7:00pm Adult Handbells (Rm 110) Tues., 9/28 6:00pm Cub Scout Pack Meeting (FH) 6:30pm Girl Scout Troop 303 (Rm 244) On October 14, buses will leave Bon Air UMC and Skipwith UMC for a day trip to visit Wed., 9/29 9:00am ESOL Classes (upstairs FH) missions in Harrisonburg. The cost is $72. If you are interested in this trip, please contact 6:00pm Fellowship Dinner (FH) Ruth Wilkinson ASAP at 747-6493 or email@example.com. More information is on 6:15pm Kidz Bells (Rm 110) the Events bulletin board in the narthex. 6:45pm Bible Study (Rm. 250); M&M’s (Children’s SS wing); Youth Bible Study (Youth Pod) 7:30pm Beulah Road Quartet (Music Office) FOOD BANK ITEMS FOR OCTOBER 3 Thurs., 9/30 10:00am Bible Study (Rm 109) As children prepare to leave for school it is good to have a substantial breakfast. Hot 6:30pm Girl Scout Troops 692, 228 (Rms 245,246,247) oatmeal is certainly a desirable choice. So keeping that in mind and remembering that 7:00pm Cantata Choir Rehearsal (FH); Praise Band Rehearsal (Sanc) many like pasta dishes, the choices for the Food Bank contributions for Communion 8:00pm Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal (FH) Sunday (Oct. 3rd) are boxed oatmeal and/or Ravioli. Fri., 10/1 6:30pm Mariners Dinner (FH); Cub Scout Leaders’ Meeting (Rm 249) Sat., 10/2 9:00am Upward Soccer games (Soccer Fields) APPLEFEST 2010 The United Methodist Men will begin taking orders for apples after services today. SUPPORT OUR SENIOR IDOLS Apples can be ordered until Oct. 25. Prices are unchanged from last year -- $25 Inez Johnson, the Beulah Road Quartet (Don Joyner, Tom Bradmon, Kent Hudson and p/bushel, $15 p/half-bushel, $9 p/quarter-bushel. Varieties include Fuji, Granny Smith, Jim Wade) and Sherrie Lizarraga are among the 10 finalists in the Chesterfield Senior Idol Stayman, Winesap, Rome, Golden and Red Delicious. Apple Butter, regular and sugar free, competition. The performance is on Friday, Oct.1 at Thomas Dale H.S.. Tickets are $10 for is also on sale for $3.50 p/pint. adults, $7 for seniors and students. All proceeds will benefit the Shepherd’s Center. NURSEY HELP NEEDED We need dedicated volunteers to help Shana Conner in the infant nursery during the Sunday School hour. Would you be willing to serve once a quarter? To meet our Child Protection Policy, we are required to have 2 adults in the nursery at all times. Contact Nancy Goff if you would like to serve Beulah’s youngest members. Attendance, September 19, 2010 8:30 – 80 11:00 – 222 Total: 302 S.S.: 204 THE PEOPLE SERVE PRAYER CONCERNS SPECIAL PRAYER REQUESTS Bible Bearer 11:00 Chandler Anderson Acolytes 11:00 Meredith Anderson, Kass Spitzley Arnie Beck Bruce Lancaster Ben Horrocks Catharine Brown (Alan’s sister) Sound 8:30 David Andusko 11:00 Ricky Hart, Don Weaver Lou Peake Lisa Sawyer (Linda Love’s cousin) Wiley Poulson (Sherrie Liz’ brother) Greeters 8:30 Ramey Family 11:00 Tom & Dawn Owens Dot Mauro Kitty Waldrop Lisa Davidson Jill Guienen (Addie Brooks’ friend) Nursery 8:30 Shana Conner, Carole Morris Jim & Pat Hart Shirley Schmeltzer Faye Arthur Colleen Hutton (Mike Bates’ sister) Nursery 11:00 Shana Conner, Emma Bradley, June Weaver, Valerie Glazier Brenda Slaughter Pauline Cox (JoAnn Clark’s mother) Mickey Newell (Kelly Edwards’ dad) Youth Nursery 5:30 Shana Conner, Melanie Byers Kathy Wiesner (friend of Linda Love) Joyce Young (friend of Sharon Griffith) Tellers Jim Tyler, David Andusko, Bill Goodman Tish Branscom (Carolyn Compton’s friend) Claudia Rader (Rebecca Mendoza’s aunt) Ushers 8:30 Carlton Davis, Don Foster, Don Lenhart, Randy Ramey Carolyn Fowler Dorothy Trefun (Ailene Wilson’s mother) Mike Smith (Addie Brooks’ uncle) 11:00 Ron McKissick, Haley Cole, Louis Corde, Eric Cunningham, David Dudley, John Bernice Clarke Marian Brandt Jerry Lane Michael Dudley (David & Barbara’s grandson) Harper, Al Harris, Jim Hart Jr., Ronnie Mann, Marvin Waldrop Michelle Spencer (Margie Spencer’s daughter-in-law) Timothy Lee Vass (Curtis Giles’ grandson) Michael Boraski (Noel Boraski’s son) Caralynn Welker (fiancée of Michael Boraski) PERSONS OF INTEREST FOR THE WEEK Sarah Horrocks Madeline Martin Bruce Spencer (Virginia, aunt; Jim, Robert & Marjorie, cousins) MISSIONARY: SERVICEMAN: Russell Leonard Bill Magee (Jim’s brother) Wayne Hudson (Kent’s brother) *Gladys Roberts Theresa Dunn (Marilyn Corbitt’s niece/Denise Holmes’ cousin) Jane Piguet Rachel Muembo (missionary) CPL Tyrone E. Davis Lawrence Reynolds (Leon’s brother) Byrd Schmierer (Joe’s mother) *Robert Spencer 31 Lightfoot Boston St., PO Box 115 4th Marines Comm, Unit 35970 *new addition to a list Freetown, Sierra Leone FTO AP 96602-5970 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Birthday: Oct. 7 CONGREGATIONAL CARE: At-Home Families Russell Leonard Lois Carpenter Harrison & Mary Chester Ninna Smith Joe and Peggy O’Brien Bernice Clarke Buster Clarke Robert Beasley Virginia Spencer COLLEGE STUDENT: Beaufont Healthcare Lucy Corr Village POLICE OFFICER/FIREFIGHTER: Matt Harris (VT) 200 Hioaks Road, Richmond, VA 23225 PO Box 170, Chesterfield, VA 23832 Michael Sanderson (Chesterfield Police) 106 Nottingham Court Margaret Hastings-Rm. 109 Dale Station: Dale Duffy-Rm. 320, Blacksburg, VA 24060 Brandermill Woods Retirement Community Betty Butler-Rm 313B 14303 Brandermill Woods Trail, Midlo., VA 23112 Myrtle Langford-Rm 303 IN SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY Frances Wadkins, Apt. B213 Matoaca Station: Mary Hendrickson-Rm 507B CPL Tyrone Davis - Iraq SSG Wesley Townsend Dean A. Byers, Navy (Bethesda, MD) MeadowView Terrace Midlothian Station: Lyn Dowdell-Rm 405 Adam Lauver (Camp LeJeune) Gordon Turner – in US (Lorraine Spencer’s brother) PO Box 712, Clarksville, VA 23927 Simpson House Aaron Thompson CPL Nick Borelli – Afghanistan - (Valerie Glazier’s nephew) Ogene Pitts 2101Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131 Lt. Joseph Ferrante (grandson of Alan & Marian Brown) Tyler’s Retreat Montie Robertson 12001 Ironbridge Road, Chester, VA 23831 EXPECTANT PARENTS Kathleen King Laura & Jason Kuti Chris & Jessica Tyler Lyszak “Beulah’s Best” TRIPS 2010: Oct. 4 (Mon): Charlottesville-Monticello & Ashlawn; Nov. 6-12: Branson; Dec. 8 (Wed): DC- Ford Theatre-”A Christmas Carol” & visit National Museum of American History. THE MISSION STATEMENT OF BEULAH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2011: Mar. 18 (Fri): VA Beach-Sandler Theater-Engelbert Humperdinck; Apr. 16 (Sat): VA Beach- Sandler Theatre-”Annie”; Apr. 29 (Fri): Norfolk-”Tattoo”; July 23 (Sat): DC-Kennedy Center- We invite and welcome all who seek a relationship with Christ. As a part of the body ”Wicked”; Oct. 3-7 (Mon-Fri): Poughkeepsie, NY-Hudson River Valley; Dec. 15-17(Thurs-Sat): of Christ, we love God, we are growing in spiritual maturity, and we are endeavoring Christmas in New York (3 shows) For info, call Ann Gould, 276-2264 to bring others to the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ. OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD The Ruth Robertson Alpha Circle needs your empty shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. Please leave your empty shoe boxes on the shelf in the outer narthex. Feel free to pick up a pre-wrapped box to fill for a child this Christmas. Information for the program is available at the Volunteer's desk. Thank you! MARY FARMER FELLOWSHIP Mary Farmer Fellowship will have “Heavenly Hands” moisturizer available again this year at the Bazaar for a $6.00 donation (please note the price change). If you would like to pre-order, please call Betty Lowe (275-2378), or contact any member of the group. Attention All Golfers! It’s almost time again for the 12th th Annual Beulah UMC Golf Tournament. PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS for Monday, October 11th (Columbus Day). It will be a 12:00 p.m. shotgun start at Meadowbrook Country Club. So, start organizing your team f or this year’s event!! (Pick up f orms in the Church Of f ice or f rom a member of the Golf Committee). Hole Sponsors: Wordseekers Class; Mariners Class; Hevener’s Tire & Auto; Finance Committee; four anonymous donors; Carlton & Dottie Davis; Wesleyan -Stratton Fellowship; Environmental Soil Consultants, LLC (John Harper); Pleasants Hardware (James Wake); Alex & Pat Compton; Howard & Ann Worrell; Joe & Nancy Garrison; Clayton Compton Home Improvement; Wireless Dealers of VA, Inc. (Jeff & Lynsey Cutillo); Bradley Mechanical (Brad Bradley); Express Auto Center, Inc. (Junior & Lisa Bailey); Jean & Harry Welch; Glynn Soyars Agency (Glynn & Pat Soyars); Ellis Insurance Agency (Denny & Lois Quaiff); Alan & Faye Hoover; Farm Bureau Insurance (Stanley Blanks); Crusaders SS Class; David & Diane Andusko; Carl & Terri Griggs; Haley Ford (Brian Johnson); Kent Hudson; Hazel Beninghove; Sherry & Al Harris; John &Pauline Sherrill; Austin Brockenbrough & Associates (Bruce Sadler); Chapin Metal Logistics Corp. (William Chapin, $250) The Golf Committee: Alex Compton Bill Goodman Donna Harper Sherry Harris Alan Hoover Jerry-Grace Sadler Carolyn Salmon John Sherrill Garry Soyars Glynn Soyars Jimmy Spencer Ann Worrell Want to be a Hole Sponsor? Please contact Garry Soyars or any member of the Golf Committee. LIGHT THE NIGHT WALK A fundraising event for Lymphoma and Leukemia, will be held in Richmond on Saturday, WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNERS CONTINUE October 23, from 5:30-8:30pm at the City Stadium in Carytown. This is NOT an all-night Reservations must be made by 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday before the dinner. event and long walk, but an evening of music, entertainment, children’s activities and Reservations are made by: dessert, plus a leisurely walk that will take less than an hour. Beulah UMC has a team – 1. Putting reservation slips into offering plate. (Reservation tickets will be Benjamin and Friends – in honor of Pastor Ben. This is a fund-raiser for his specific form of in the pews.) cancer research, which makes it even more important for us to support the event. Our team 2. You can put them in the envelope marked "Dinner Reservations" in the goal is $2,000 and we need YOUR help. Make checks payable to the Leukemia & Lymphoma office. Society. 3. You can call Nancy Dyckes @ 743-9798 for reservations or cancellations. You can register to become a member of the Beulah team at www.lightthenight.org/va. Click on “Register to Walk” on the red bar at the top of the page. Click on “Join a Team” and click “Next.” At “Search by Team Name,” type in Benjamin & Friends, then click on “Select.” Sept. 29 Mariners–Baked spaghetti, salad, rolls, and dessert Fill in your information, and you are registered with the Beulah UMC team! Oct. 6 Education/Children’s Dept.-Spaghetti w/meatballs, salad, rolls, dessert Oct. 13 New Centurions–Potato bar, hotdogs, salad, rolls, and dessert OLDER ADULT RETREAT – OCTOBER 5-7 Oct. 20 Wesleyan-Stratton-Baked chicken, veg., salad, bread, dessert The Older Adult Retreat at the Methodist Activities Center in Blackstone will be October Oct. 27 Friendship Circle-Pork roast, mashed pot., veg., salad, bread, dessert 5-7. Retreat registrants select three of six informational and inspiring sessions, one being lead by Linwood Cook. Concerts by Cheryl Kirking and Rev. Ed Kilbourne highlight the Nov. 3 Youth-TBA evenings. The Retreat offers many opportunities including walking/hiking, bridge, checkers, Nov. 10 Word Seekers– Lasagna, salad, banana pudding singing, line dancing, journaling, movies, and resting. The Retreat’s inspirational atmosphere Nov. 17 Crusaders-Meatloaf, potatoes, veg., salad, bread, and dessert provides for fun and fellowship, and yes, evening snacks. For additional information, see the brochure on the “Upcoming Events” bulletin board or Adult meals: $5 or $6 donation; Children (10 & under): $3; Entrée Salad: $4; Family Max: $15 contact Alan Brown (271-3110). Copies of the brochure are available. Alan is coordinating transportation so let him know if you register to attend. WEDNESDAY NIGHT PROGRAMS Following the fellowship dinner on Wednesday evening, the study entitled What Does it Mean to Be United Methodist? led by Pastor Mottley will meet in room 250. This week’s SOCIETY OF ST. ANDREW & THE PEPSI REFRESH PROJECT topic will be Wesleyan Quadrilateral-the 4 principals of faith rest upon scripture, tradition, Pepsi is granting 1.3 million dollars each month to fund ideas that will refresh the world. experience and reason. No book is needed, just bring yourself, a friend, a neighbor, or SoSA’s approach to feeding the hungry will certainly refresh the world of those in need. You anyone else you wish. See you there. can help feed the hungry by voting every day in September at endhunger.org and clicking on VOTE TO FEED 9 MILLION HUNGRY AMERICANS. The first time you will have to Children: M&M’s on Wednesday evenings register, but after that you can just log-in and cast your vote. The “idea” that gets the most Kidz Bells – 6:15pm; Choirs Begin @ 6:45pm votes wins the money, so tell everyone you know to vote every day in September for SoSA to Ages 3-4 Cherub Choir feed the hungry. Grades K-2 Music Makers Grades 3-5 Kidz Bells & Voices of Praise Youth: Bible Study, 6:45, Youth Pod
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