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1 ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 4 August 2013 — 11 ...

1 ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 4 August 2013 — 11 ...

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4Special Music “You’ll Never Walk Alone” Rogers/HammersteinScripture Reading St. Matthew 5:13-16 (refer to insert)Sermon “Ken’s WARNO for America” Chaplain Beale*Hymn of Response “This Little Light of Mine” UMH # 585“Latimer” words and music by Afro-American spiritualUsed by Permission. CCLI License # 25157621. This little light of mine, I’m goin’-a let it shine, this little light ofmine, I’m goin’-a let it shine; this little light of mine, I’m goin’-alet it shine, let it shine, let it shine, let it shine. Amen.Greeting and Sharing of Church LifeWe share the community announcements and invite everyone to record theirpresence by signing and passing the red “Friendship Pad” with those of your pew.Cards are provided in the pew card-holders for writing prayer requests and placingon the offering plate.Offering of Tithes and GiftsDedication PrayerOffertory Music “The Bible Tells Me So” D. Evans*Stewardship Response (sung by all)Praise God, from whom all blessings flow;Praise Him, all creatures here below;Praise Him above, ye heavenly host;Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Amen.Call to PrayerSharing of Joys and ConcernsLeader: Lord in Your mercy,People: Hear our prayer.Pastoral Prayer of the PeopleThe Lord’s Prayer: Our Father who art in heaven,hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will bedone on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day ourdaily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as weforgive those who trespass against us. And lead us notinto temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Thine is thekingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.*Recessional Hymn of Dedication“Am I a Soldier of the Cross” # 417“Arlington” words and music by Watts and ArneUsed by Permission. CCLI License # 25157621. Am I a soldier of the cross, a follower of the Lamb, and shallI fear to own His cause, or blush to speak His name?3. Are there no foes for me to face? Must I not stem the flood?Is this vile world a friend to grace, to help me on to God?11Next Holy Communion is offered on Sun 11 Aug (11:00 a.m.) andis open for all to receive as a sacramental gift from God. Prayershawls will be on display and available on each communionSunday.If you can pray, knit a row, single/double crochet, or sew a straightline, then THE PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY can use your help.Call Bev Johnson (952/448-1698) to have your questions answeredand to hear how easy Knit One, Pray Two can be a blessing tothose who serve.Testimonies Are Being Sought … for our mid-week e-blastreminder of Chapel activities and inspiration. Consider expressing(in just a few sentences) what the Chapel means to you. Sendthose testimonials to Ted Nemzek at [tnemzek@comcast.net].Upcoming Meetings … open to anyone interested in attending:Wed 7 Aug (6:30 p.m.) — Worship Committee @ Officers ClubIf you would like a copy of the 2012 Annual Report … pleasesecure this impressive report of last year’s accomplishments … inthe Fellowship Hall.A Lending Library … of religious/devotional books is available inthe Fellowship Hall. Persons are encourage to borrow and returnbooks on a “self serve” basis.Our (2012) Chapel Directory is available. Pick up a copy in theFellowship Hall today.Consider purchasing a tax-deductible memorial item from thelist of approved things desired for the chapel. Secure the envelopof the complete list of memorial items in the Fellowship Hall.Checkout … the numerous photos and correspondence posted inthe glass showcase mounted in the Fellowship Hall.Extra Copies of The Clarion Call are available in the FellowshipHall for reading and circulation. Each issue presents the biblicalworldview regarding (1) Same-Sex Marriage, (2) Free Enterprise,(3) Freedom of Religion, (4) the Right to Bear Arms, and (5)Tolerance.Ministry Beyond the Walls: Our weekly worship services can nowbe viewed LIVE from your internet service. Homebound and absentmembers and friends can simply go to https://new.livestream.com/accounts/3709164 and tune in any Sunday (starting at 10:50 a.m.Central Time) Services are also archived there for later viewing.

10Future Veterans/Patriotic Events: Throughout the year the Chapelcommunity pays tribute on the Sunday nearest to a number ofnational commemorations, including these up-coming events: 9/11Remembrance (8 Sep 13); POW/MIA (15 Sep 13); Gold StarMother’s Day (29 Sep 13); Veterans Day (10 Nov 13); PearlHarbor Remembrance (8 Dec 13). Mark your calendars!This Week in U. S. Military History —4 Aug 1790 — established the US Coast Guard4 Aug 1950 — began Defense of Pusan/Naktong Perimeter6 Aug 1945 — first Atomic Bomb Mission, Hiroshima7 Aug 1782 — established the Purple Heart Medal7 Aug 1864 — began Shenandoah Campaign7 Aug 1942 — Battle of Guadalcanal9 Aug 1945 — second Atomic Bomb Mission, Nagasaki10 Aug 1861 — Battle of Wilson’s CreekRegarding Parking: The DNR reminds us that vehicles cannot beparked along any yellow curbs. These areas must be available toemergency vehicles only. They have warned us that violators will beticketed. If the Chapel parking lot is full, please park at the MNHistorical Society parking lot … and let RideShare take you to-andfromthe Chapel. Thank you.If You’ve Got an E-Mail Address … then contact Ted Nemzek at[tnemzek@comcast.net] to receive a weekly message reminder ofactivities at the Chapel. This colorful and attractive message is oneyou can forward to family and friends.Reprints … of Chaplain Ken’s Snelling Spirit article about theFoundation’s uncompromising stance on traditional values … isavailable for distribution to neighbors and friends.Recirculate Used Chapel Call DVDs: If you have any Chapelworship DVDs that you’ve purchased … but wish to return … to putthem into free circulation, please deposit them in the designated boxlocated on the Fellowship Hall stage. Thank you for helping us getthe message out-and-about.Altar Flowers: Select the Sunday nearest an event for purchasing($15. for one arrangement or $30. for both) altar flowers in memoryor in honor of loved ones or to the glory of God. Such notations aremade in the bulletin. Simply secure and complete the envelop formin the Fellowship Hall ... and deposit it (with payment) in the offeringplate or mail it to the Foundation Office. Donors are welcome totake the flowers following worship. Flowers remaining are deliveredto a facility where veterans can enjoy its beauty.54. Sure I must fight, if I would reign: Increase my courage, Lord;I’ll bear the toil, endure the pain, supported by Your Word.*Benediction*Extinguishing of the POW/MIA Candle*Choral Response (sung by all)Our fathers’ God, to Thee, author of liberty, to Thee we sing;Long may our land be bright with freedom’s holy light;Protect us by Thy might, great God, our King. Amen.*Extinguishing of Altar Candles Taking the Light into the WorldPostlude “Organ Selection”——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————LARGE PRINT BULLETINS ARE AVAILABLEAT THE REAR OF THE SANCTUARY. ALSO,CHILDREN’S “BUSY BAGS” ARE AVAILABLE.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________WORSHIP LEADER: Chaplain Mike WallmanFELLOWSHIP GREETERS: Ralph and Kae JewellCHANCEL FLOWERS: Presented by the Chapel friends in honorof Megan Michaelis’ birthday (8 Aug).SPECIAL MUSIC: A sincere welcome back to soloist — BethCummins-Postigo. Beth is a Music Therapist at the MN VeteransHome in Mpls. Many thanks for sharing your time and talents withus this Lord’s Day!AnnouncementsFor Children at Worship: Parents are welcome to make use of the“Busy Bags” available in the narthex. Children may keep their usedpapers, but kindly return the bag and contents following worship.For children 4 years of age and under, we invite you to make use ofour nursery located downstairs.Kindly Assist Us by wearing your name tag each week. Learningone another's names is extremely important to our growth as achurch family. If you don't have one or have misplaced yours … soindicate on the pew card or call the Chapel Office at (651/286-7296)to request one. Be sure to pick up your name tag the next week inthe Fellowship Hall. Thank you for cooperating with this request.

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