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Sunday, Dec.4 First Sunday Food Drive 9:00 Traditional Worship Service 10:10 Congregational Meeting 10:10 Sunday School 11:10 Contemporary Worship Service 12:10 Congregational Meeting 12:30 OSU Mens Basketball 5:00 Costa Rica Participants/Parent Meeting Tuesday, Dec. 6 11:00 Middle School lunch with Sondra 6:30 JuBELLation Rehearsal 6:30 Worship & Welcome Dept Wednesday, Dec. 7 11:00 High School Lunch 12:00 CWF Luncheon and General Meeting 6:45 Chancel Choir Rehearsal

Thursday, Dec. 8 9:30 Staff Building Meeting 11:00 Sondra Lunches at Jr. High 4:00 OSU CowGirls Basketball Friday, Dec. 9 4:00 CYF Departs on Mystery Trip Saturday, Dec. 10 7:30 CMF Breakfast 3:00 HS Football 2A/A Sunday, Dec.11 8:00 Red Cross Blood Drive 9:00 Traditional Worship Service 10:10 Congregational Meeting 10:10 Sunday School 11:00 OSU Wrestling 11:10 Contemporary Worship Service 12:10 Congregational Meeting 12:30 OSU Mens Basketball 5:00 Elders Meeting Coming Up: Dec. 18 FCC Family Christmas Party

Star by Michael Schaecher, Age 10

First Christian Church, Stillwater 411 W. Mathews Stillwater, OK 74075 405.372.7722

Senior Minister: Owen Cayton Pastoral Assistant: LeAnn Sapp Children & Youth Director: Sondra Ladd Contemporary Music Director: Chris Firey

First Christian Church

(Disciples of Christ) Stillwater, Oklahoma

First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Contemporary Worship Service Second Sunday of Advent December 4, 2011


The Congregation Gathers Worship begins with songs, our Advent journey, and the sharing of Christs peace. Sharing the Word As part of our service today, we will share stories and read scripture. Todays message from Owen Cayton is, "WORSHIPPING: a Partnership of Praise" with scripture from Isaiah 40:1-11 and Mark 1:1-8. Joys, Concerns and Pastoral Prayer Gods heart is always open to Gods people and so we are called together to life celebrations and concerns in prayer. God joins us in our deepest moments of pain and our greatest moments of joy...and everything in between. We take this time to pray for ourselves, the church, and the world in word and song. Sharing of Ourselves and God in Thanksgiving At the table of God, we offer ourselves and the work of our hands in service to God and the church in the world. In thanksgiving, we bring financial gifts as well as gifts of time and energy and sometimes other gifts like food for the food panty. We also bring bread and cup to place on the table. Communion is observed weekly. This is Christ table and all believers in Him are invited partake. If you with to participate, please come forward at the invitation to the table. Communion is served by intinction (dipping your bread in the chalice).

Get your Advent Devotional Today! They are available in the narthex, office and the website.
It is the desire of our elders to be available for spiritual care. If you have a need with which the elders may be of assistance, please complete this card, tear it out, and place it in the provided box in the Narthex.

Congregational Care Request Card

The Congregation Scatters to Serve At the closing of worship, all are invited to commit or recommit ourselves to following Jesus. We are sent forth into the world in song, charged to be disciples in our daily lives.
Nursery: Children are always welcome in the service. We do provide a nursery for newborn - 3 years old for anyone who prefers to take their little ones there. Worship and Wonder: In room 117, the children will hear Bible stories and learn about God while experiencing the presence of God. Children ages 3 to 10 are invited to participate during the service. They will gather in the narthex during the passing of Christs peace and go together.

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