Rev.  Annie Melick
                     

                                          2017 FALL WORSHIP

 

                    LEADERSHIP 101

October 29    Worship:  “A New Leader for Israel”
                         Deuteronomy 34:1-12
November 5 All Saints Candle Commemoration
                         Worship:  “Leaders Lead”
                   Joshua 3:7-1
November 12  Worship:   “Choose Whom You Will Follow”   
                        Joshua 24:1-3a, 14-25
November 19  Worship:  “God’s Appointment: Deborah”
                         Judges 4:1-7
Monday, November 20 Community Thanksgiving Service
                         7:00 in Sunbury United Methodist Church             
November 26 CHRIST THE KING SUNDAY, THANKSGIVING SUNDAY
                        Worship with Rev. Paul Kim. 

                        “The Lord Himself Will Lead”
                        Ezekiel 34:116,  20-24

 

ANGELS AMONG US — BE NOT AFRAID

December 3   Worship with Communion:  “Make Ready a People; 
                        More Hope.”   Luke 1:5-25, 57-80
December 10  Worship:   “Nothing is Impossible.”  Luke 1:26-56.
December 10 6:30 p.m.
Condit Christmas Program
December 17  Worship:  “Do not Be Afraid;  More Joy.”
                         Matthew 1:18-25.
December 24  Worship:  “This Will be a Sign; More Love.”
                        Luke 2:1-20.
December 24  Christmas Eve Service: “Do Not Be Afraid.”
December 31  Worship:  “Get Up and Go;  More Life.” 
                         Matthew 2:1-23.
 
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Nursery during Worship is available for younger children.  It is

manned by volunteers coordinated by Molly Blevins.

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In Memory of
Charles Wheaton
                        1820 – 1881
Squire and Mercy (Jacobus) Wheaton were two of the charter members of the Presbyterian Church of Trenton.  One of their eleven children was Charles who was born March 3, 1820 in Monmouth County, New Jersey and came to Trenton Township when he was still a boy.  Charles was a farmer who married Mary Elizabeth Saunders on February 3, 1848. They had six children one of whom was Charles M. Wheaton who married Daisy Green and owned a hardware and car dealership on the south side of Sunbury square.
Mary Elizabeth has a window from the Missionary Society.