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We are so glad you have joined us today! Our desire is that God
would bless and direct this time together. Worship is an
interactive, participatory experience and our prayer is that the
service today would strengthen and encourage you on your
spiritual journey. Whether you are new to faith, just coming back
to church, or a long-time follower of Jesus, we hope you find your
time with us engaging and meaningful.

TODAY - Sunday, January 8th

Worship Service: 8:30am; 10:45am
Sunday School: 9:45am
Childrens Quizzing: 6:00pm
Evening Worship: 6:00pm
Wednesday, January 11th
Morning Bible Study: 11:00am
Family Supper: 5:15pm - 6:15pm MENU: ham and hash brown casserole

Worship: a time to connect with God through song and prayer.
Feel free to stand and sing with us as we praise God through
singing by following the on-screen lyrics. A typical service lasts
about 65 minutes.
Offering: We give tithes and offerings as a part of worship in
obedience, celebration, and thanksgiving to the Lord. Its also just
our way of saying, We love our church and we want to support
it! If you are a guest, you are not expected or obligated to give.
Children: We have a fully-staffed Nursery for ages three and
below. Kids ages 4-12 will be dismissed during the service to the
childrens chapel to be taught by Pastor Linda and her staff.
Message: The teaching time seeks to communicate biblical truth
in compelling, relevant ways. All of our messages are available
as podcast on our website or through iTunes.

Response: When God is speaking, we take time to respond.

Most of the time this is after the message, but at other times it
may be in the middle of the service. An invitation is never needed
if you want to pray at the altar.
Communion: We take time monthly to celebrate Communion
and welcome all followers of Jesus Christ to participate in this act
of worship and remembrance regardless of membership or

To know more about The Church of the Nazarene and what we

believe, check out our website at

Adult Bible Study: 6:30pm in the Fellowship Hall

Awake Youth Worship Service: 6:30pm in the Sanctuary
Childrens Ministries: 6:30pm in the Childrens Chapel
Sunday, January 15th
Worship Services: 8:30am; 10:45am
Sunday School: 9:45am
Choir Practice: 4:45pm
Childrens Quizzing: 6:00pm
Evening Worship: 6:00pm

TODAY: January 8th
1st Service: Ruth & Emily Champion
2nd Service: Shannon Pendergraff,
Jennifer Jaspering
No Choir Practice
PM Service: Ricky & Sharon Arnold

December 25, 2016

Tithes & Offerings:

Received: $6,197.10
Received: $330
WEF Paid:
Fiscal Year is 5/1/16 to 4/30/17

NEXT SUNDAY: January 15th

1st Service: Tiffany Watson, Lyndsey Reed
2nd Service: Angela & Sydnee Pendergraff
Choir Practice: Carol McGuire
PM Service: Kim Bishop

105 Flower Lane Drive

Estill Springs, TN 37330
Phone: 649-3867 Fax: 649-3410

Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday,
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Friday, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Choir Practice will begin back next Sunday, January 15th at
4:45pm. New members are welcome!

Wednesdays at Estill Springs Nazarene
Morning Bible Study at 11:00am
Starting a new study on Philippians.
Once a month this group has a potluck luncheon
Family Suppers from 5:15pm to 6:15pm
Cost is $5 per person with a $15 max per
immediate family. Menu for January 11th:
ham and hash brown casserole

Jail Ministry Outreach

Sunday, January 22nd at 6:00pm
Come and learn about our Jail Ministry. Hear how God is using our
church to make a difference. Discover how you can be involved.
------Baby Shower
For Austin Brown and Hannah Summer
Sunday, January 22nd at 6:00pm
They are registered at Walmart, Babies R Us and Initial It.

CARAVAN for Kids ages 3 through Grade 6

Starts back on January 18th at 6:30pm

The week before Christmas we were blessed with the opportunity to

take a hospitality gift to both male and female inmates in the Franklin
County Jail. We passed out 175 gift bags. Each gift consisted of: one
pair of socks, bar of soap, Little Debbies snack cake and an individual
bag of chips. All of the inmates were so grateful to receive anything at
all for Christmas. We received the beautiful handmade thank you card
below and two letters from the Mens side. The letters are posted on
bulletin board in the hallway.
Thank you all for your donations that made this small token possible.
Our goal this year is to love as many individuals as we possibly can.

Awake Youth Service at 6:30pm in the Sanctuary

Friends. Stories. Music. Creed. Fun.
For Grades 7th-12th
Come engage with true friends in a community
that believes in loving each other as much as we
love God.
Stay for "After Hours" at Pastor Thomas & Traci's
house. 7:30pm-9:30pm
329 Lakeview St. Estill Springs TN 37330
Womens Bible Study for women of all ages
Meets in the McCormack Center at 6:30pm
New study The End of Me by Kyle Idleman will
begin on January 18th
Adult Bible Study meets in the Fellowship Hall at 6:30pm

2016 Contributions - Your 2016 contribution statement is available to

pick up in the foyer today.

Childrens Quizzing Sundays at 6:00pm
Quizzing starts back tonight
There are only 2 quizzes left this year: February 11th and the finals on
March 11th. Our kids are doing great at quizzing this year.

Thank you...The church has received a Thank you card from the
Family of James Curtis
Family of Steve Stone
Please see the bulletin board in the hallway.

MICAH 6:8 MINISTRY from Sandy Schefcik

Did You Knowthat last month the Security Council of the United
Nations passed an anti-Israel decision? Instead of vetoing the
measure, the U.S.A. allowed it to pass by abstaining, sparking outrage
on Capitol Hill and abroad. As one of its first acts, the Republican
majority plans on hitting back with a resolution of its own. The House
will vote on a bipartisan resolution reaffirming our longstanding policy
in the region and support of Israel. In the Senate, Jerry Moran (RKans.) is spearheading the resistance to the U.N.'s agenda, followed
by Rep. Dennis Ross (R-Fla.) in the House. So far, the measures have
been popular ones -- even with Democrats, who see the
administration's abstention as a deep betrayal to Israel. "I have always
believed that Israel can't get a fair shake at the U.N., and that is why
Israel has relied on the United States to protect it from the anti-Israel
tendencies of some U.N. Security Council members," Rep. Eliot Engel
(D-N.Y.) argued after the vote. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer
(D-N.Y.) was the next in line to blast President Obama. "Extremely
frustrating, disappointing & confounding that the Administration has
failed to veto the UN resolution," he tweeted. "[P]ast administrations -both Democrat and Republican -- have protected Israel from the
vagaries of this biased institution. Unfortunately, this Administration
has not followed in that path and its actions will move us further from
peace in the Middle East."