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     Passionate worship

     This Sunday at Swift 

     Oct. 13 • 2019 
     28th Sunday in Ordinary Time 

    Sermon:
    “Come One, Come All”

    — The Rev. Keith Cardwell

    Scripture: Romans 15:4–9a

    Stewardship Sunday focus on fellowship

    Dedication of Swift Church historical marker is at 3 p.m. in the chapel, followed by a reception in the fellowship hall. The marker has been placed on CR 20 near Coleman Lane as part of the Baldwin County Bicentennial Celebration. After the reception, a photographer will be available at the marker for individuals and groups who wish to have their picture made beside it.

     ►Worship service in the chapel, 8 a.m. 

    ♦ Christian education for all ages at 9 a.m.:
          • Children in room 3 in the annex
               Topic: Fruitful living for children. Led by Kathy Menk.
          • Youth in room 4 in the annex
               Topic: “Simon Peter.” Led by Tara Morrow.
          • Younger adults in the chapel
          ​​​​​​​     Topic: Paul’s letters. Led by Andrew King.
          • Adults in room 2 in the annex
          ​​​​​​​     Topic: New Testament. Led by Cheryl Jensen.
          • Adults in the fellowship hall
          ​​​​​​​     Topic: “The Call.” “Snacks with Susan and Daryl” is
          ​​​​​​​        led by Susan and Daryl Pichoff.


     ►Worship service in the sanctuary at 10 

       After “Time with the children,” those in preschool and younger may go to the nursery. Those in grades K–4 may go to children’s church.

     Anthem:
    “Sanctuary/God’s Holy Temple” — Chancel choir

    ♦ Fellowship time at about 11:15
          Please join us for light refreshments and conversation in the fellowship hall.

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    ■ Finance committee meeting, after 10:00 worship in room 2 in the annex

    ■ Printed copies of the October newsletter are available in the back of the church, along with copies of Our Daily Bread.

    [• Coming up...]       [• Interactive calendar]
    [• Sunday announcements]

     See you in church. Bring a friend. 


    Looking ahead . . . 

    Swift Church offers children’s church (grades K–4) during the 10:00 service after “Time with the children.” It normally is offered each Sunday except for communion Sundays.

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     Remember the old rugged cross. 



    ‘Time with the children’
    Our 10 a.m. services normally include
    this segment focused on young worshipers.

     Notes and reminders at a glance 

    ■ Pastor Keith and Lisa will be in Pell City from Monday through Sunday, Oct. 14–20, helping his mother prepare to move to Foley. If you are in need of pastoral care, please contact Pastor Jody Beth, your deacon or the church office at 943-8367.

    ■ We celebrate Columbus Day on Monday, Oct. 14.

    Chancel choir rehearsals are on Sundays at 9 a.m. in the music room. 

    Handbell choir rehearsals are Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. in the sanctuary. There will be no rehearsal on Oct. 16.

    ■ Bible study on the Gospel of Matthew coontinues on Thursdays, 10 to 11:30 a.m. in room 2 in the annex.

    ■ The next food pantry distribution is Wednesday, Oct. 23, from 10 a.m. until noon. On Oct. 9, the pantry provided 51 bags for 112 people.

    ■ An English as a second language class is Fridays from 9 to 11 a.m. in the fellowship hall.

    ■ Hearing assistance devices are available in the sanctuary. Please ask a greeter. Also ask a greeter if you need to know where restrooms are located.
      

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    ►Connect with God.
    ►Connect with other believers.

             

    Never underestimate the power of prayer

    No problem you might have
    is too big for God to handle.

     B ecause God is with you all the time,
    no place is any closer to God
    than the place where you are right now.

    The peace of Christ be with you—
    —and also with you.
    Passing the peace is a deeply theological practice of reconciliation not replicated in secular culture. We greet each other in Christ, laying aside our differences — at least for the hour.


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    23208 Swift Church Road
    Foley, AL 36535
    Phone: (251) 943-8367
    email: swiftpc@gulftel.com