3-31-18 Communion Sabbath

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Sharon

Sharon S.D.A. Church

Seventh-Day Adventists accept the Bible as their only

creed and holds certain fundamental beliefs to be the

teaching of the Holy Scriptures. These beliefs, as set

forth here, constitute the church’s understanding and

expression of the teaching of Scripture. They are

meant to permeate your whole life, growing out of

scriptures that paint a compelling portrait of God. You

are invited to explore, experience, and know the One

who desires to make us whole.

16. The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper is a participation in the emblems of the

body and blood of Jesus as an expression of faith in Him,

our Lord and Savior. In this experience of communion

Christ is present to meet and strengthen His people. As we

partake, we joyfully proclaim the Lord’s death until He

comes again. Preparation for the Supper includes selfexamination,

repentance, and confession. The Master

ordained the service of foot-washing to signify renewed

cleansing, to express a willingness to serve one another in

Christlike humility, and to unite our hearts in love. The

communion service is open to all believing Christians.

(Matt. 26:17-30; John 6:48-63; 13:1-17; 1 Cor. 10:16, 17;

11:23-30; Rev. 3:20.)

2389 N. Teutonia Avenue

Milwaukee, WI 53206

Sunset Today: 7:16 p.m.

Sunset Next Friday: 7:23 p.m.


Pastoral Staff

SHARON SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH

Welcome to our Guests:

sharon27.adventistchurchconnect.org

Celebrating

Communion

We offer our blessings upon each of you who have joined us in worship today. Our

prayer is that you receive the comfort, joy and hope you so stand in need of and

invite you to join us again for a Holy Spirit filled worship experience.

The Desire of Ages by ELLEN G White

None should exclude themselves from the Communion because some who are

unworthy may be present. Every disciple is called upon to participate publicly, and

thus bear witness that he accepts Christ as a personal Savior. It is at these, His own

appointments, that Christ meets His people, and energizes them by His presence.

Hearts and hands that are unworthy may even administer the ordinance, yet Christ

is there to minister to His children. All who come with their faith fixed upon Him

will be greatly blessed. All who neglect these seasons of divine privilege will suffer

loss. Of them it may appropriately be said, "Ye are not all clean."

CHURCH THEME

“United in Christ”

“That they all may be one; as thou, Father, are in me; and I in thee; that they also

may be one in us; that the world may believe that thou hast sent me. And the

glory which thou gavest me I have given them; that they may be one, even as we

are one: I in them; and thou in me, that may be made perfect in one; and that the

world may know that thou hast sent me, and hast loved them, as thou hast loved

me. John 17:21-23

Head PASTOR

Dr. Richard Sylvester

(574) 276-5005

doc14sylvester@gmail.com

BIBLE WORKER

Evangelist Joyce Smith

(414) 241-6794

ELDERS

Emmanuel Kwarteng James Ragland, Jr. Stockley Clarke

(414) 467 - 2695 (262) 417-2121 (414) 550-2565

Clerks

Estelle Dunomes

Brenden Ward

(414)-406-4067 (414)-659-3949

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

Sabbath School – Sabbath – 9:15 A.M.

Divine Worship – Sabbath – 11:00 A.M.

Youth Society – Sabbath – 5:30 P.M.

Seniors’ Mid-Day Prayer Service – Tuesdays – 12N

Outreach/In-reach Personal & Group Studies – Fridays – 6:00 P.M.

Women’s Ministry Meetings – 2 nd Sundays – 10:00 A.M.

Community Service Soup Kitchen – Sundays – NOON

LEADERSHIP MEETINGS

SJA School Board Meeting – 1 st Sundays – 9:30 A.M.

Pathfinders – 2 nd & 4 th Sundays – 10:00 A.M.

Finance Committee Meeting – 3 rd Sundays – 9:00 A.M.

Community Service Meeting – 3 rd Sundays – 10:00 A.M.

Church Board Meeting – 4 th Sunday – 10:00 A.M.

Outreach Committee – 2 nd Sabbaths – 2:30 P.M.

Personal Ministry Conference Call – 1 st Thursday monthly

(7:00 p.m. for 1 hour – (319) 527-9020 Access Code: 351900)


Special Prayer List

And I say unto you, Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find;

knock, and it shall be opened unto you.

For everyone that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to

him that knocketh it shall be opened.… Luke 11:9-10

Ruth Anderson & Family

Dorothy Barnes

Irma Bell & Family

Latonjanette Boyd & Family

Henry Brown

Johnathan O’Connor

Willie & Teresa Cager

The family of Brenda Coleman

The family of Laverne Conley

Xavier Russel, Toddler

Martina Smith

Beverly Dawson

Seth Dunomes-Hood & mom, Yvetta

Annette Steward

Samuel (Nicole) Thurman & Family

Gloria Thurman, mom-in-law of

Nicole Thurman

Nannie Triggs, Elnora Triggs &

Familiies

Nakesha Gatewood

Lillie Ward & Tyler Ward

Dale Wilbourn

Martha Johnson & Family

The daughters of Gail Jones

Sylvia Flagg & Family

The family of Zenobia Little

Mildred Maclin & Family

Kelvin Mack

Yolanda McGee

Genell Taylor

Dorothy Barnes

Joyce Zollicoffer

Mrs. And Mr. WP Stricklin

Sister Salina Gregory & husband,

Lewis Gregory

Clifton Parks & Family

Thames, Brown, Wholf, Gregory

Families

Phillip Perez & Family

Rolanda Phipps

Daniel Porter, Sr.

Marissa Bryson & Family

Darla, Ethel, & the Powell Family

Thomas Prescott & Family

James (Beverly) Ragland, Jr.

Jacqueline Dancer, aunt of Nicole Smith

Nicole Smith & Family

Desiree, Toni & the Dunomes Family

Yolanda Suttle

Edwenia Erving & Family

Michelle Erving

Nannie Triggs & Family

Helena Fleming

Melnod Grant

Tina Kamanda

Kiandria Hutcherson

Mary Jennings

Latonyia Johnson

Fernando Jones

Dorothy Laurence

Kionna Mack, niece of Debra Silas-

Green

Otis (Martesi) Mack, Netesia Brown

& Family

Deloris Gaddis

Elnora and Nannie Triggs

Shakesphere Lewis

Henry Brown

Brother Thomas Prescott

Brother William Booker

Church Announcements

BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS

All bulletin announcements must be emailed to

brendenward123@gmail.com by 6:00 P.M. each Wednesday.

You can also find a copy of the church’s bulletin on our website

every sabbath as well as receiving a copy from the ushers.

Audio Visual

Share all your audio-visual requests by email or in-person at least 7

days in advance with the Audio-Visual Ministry Team. They are no

longer accepting request Sabbath morning sorry for any

inconvenience this may bring. SharonSDAChurchAV@gmail.com

Photography, audio, and video recording may occur at Sharon SDA

Church services and events. Please be advised.

Sabbath School

Is being held each Sabbath morning from 9 :15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

You are invited to come, join in and participate in a rousing

discussion of each week’s spiritual topic. This spiritually enriching

time sets the pace and tone for your receiving of the Lord’s bounty at

the Divine Worship time.

Come join us – Jesus is waiting to share His word with you!!

Nora Grisham

Sabbath School Superintendent

Sabbath School Lesson of the week

“The Result of Stewardship”


Church Announcements

Church Announcements

March Ministries Events

Communion Services – March 31 st

Prison Ministries

The Prison Ministry Team, will provide spiritual

encouragement to the clients at the following Correctional

facilities on the dates listed during the 2018 year. Please

pray for the salvation of those they are serving. Thank you,

Joyce Smith, Prison Ministry Coordinator

March Birthday’s

3. Mary Jennings; Barbara Hughes

13. Ruth Anderson, Ronald Smith Jr.

14. Emmanuel Kwarteng

18. Mae Myles

19. Anthony Moore; Karen Sanders

20. Delores Claypool

22. Mildred Maclin; Martha Johnson

27. Janice Pottinger; W.P. Stricklin

29. Ethel Wheeler

30. Bobbie Perkins; Tobias Brown

Racine Correctional Institution

February 24, 2018

August 11, 2018

October 27, 2018

Red Granite Correctional Institution

March 10, 2018

June 9, 2018

September 8, 2018

December 8, 2018

Taycheedah Women's Correctional Institution

April 8, 2018

June10,2018

August 12, 2018

PLEASE NOTE!

A new date for the upcoming Church business meeting will

be announced in April. Please look for this information in

the Weekly Update and the Church’s weekly bulletin. This

will be a VERY IMPORTANT meeting and YOUR VOICE

& YOUR VOTE ARE CRITICAL TO THE NEXT STEPS

FOR OUR CHURCH BUSINESS MEETING.


Prelude

Call to Worship

Invocation

Holy Communion SERVICE

March 31 st , 2018

Musicians

Elder James

Ragland, Jr.

Pastor Richard

Sylvester

Affirmation of Faith “The Lord’s Supper” Elder Stockley

Clarke

Welcome

Remarks

Praise and Worship

Alter Call

Prayer Response

Tithes and offering

Special Music

Scripture Reading “Matthew 27: 37-

44”

Opening Hymn

Sister Latrice Hicks

Pastor Richard

Sylvester

Sister Thurman

Elder James

Ragland, Jr.

Sister Thurman

Elder Stockley

Clarke

Elder James

Ragland, Jr

Sister Thurman

Sermon “Please Don’t” Pastor Richard

Sylvester

Ordines of Humility

COMMUNION

HOMILY

Bread Hymn #271 Elder James

Ragland, Jr.

Wine Hymn #336 Elder Stockley

Clarke

Closing Hymn

Benediction

Pastor Richard

Sylvester

Postlude

Musicians

Sermon: Please Don’t

Speaker: Pastor Richard Sylvester

Key Points:

SERMON NOTES

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Church Announcements

Women's Day Program, Sabbath, May 12

Theme: From Whence We Came; Learning to Blossom

from Our Legacy

Scripture: Psalm 71: 18-19

Guest Speaker: Sis. L. Daniel, previous Elder of Sharon

Church

Color

Women 35 and older- please plan to wear white (accessory

color: Any Shade of Yellow)

Women, children, and Teens, 35 and younger please plan

to wear dresses with a Floral Pattern

Donations: We are requesting the women of Sharon

Church to please open your heart and give to support this

event. By May 1st we are requesting $25 per person.

Please pray for the guidance of the Holy Spirit as we

continue to plan for this event. Thank You for your support.

Sis. Domaz Wellington, WM Leader

Personal Ministries

The Sharon SDA Church & Sharon Jr Academy will host a

reunion weekend scheduled August 3-5, 2018, updates will be

posted via church bulletin and social media!

Sabbath Afternoon Bible Studies have returned to Friday

Nights! Please join us in the fellowship hall Friday’s at 5:30pm,

bring a dish and a friend!

Church Announcements

LRC Quadrennial Session - (Officer election held every

4 years)

will take place on Sunday, May 20, 2018. Sharon Church

is allowed

a total of 36 delegates. Last Saturday evening, February 24,

2018

voted in Church Business session voted the following eight

(8) persons to represent Sharon SDA Church at this session.

Renata Thomas

Joyce Smith

Connie Smith

Ivory Parks

Ronald Smith

Brenden Ward

Lillie Ward

Estelle T. Dunomes

There is need for another 30 delegates. Please consider

taking part in this officer election process. The Church will

pay for delegate transportation. An invitation will be

extended on Sabbath, March 3, 2018, to Church members to

volunteer to participate. Thank you for considering service

to the Church and Conference in

this endeavor.

Vacation Bible School

July 22-28, 2018 5:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Theme: Sea of Miracles Early

Registration begins: March 31, 2018 VBS Goal: 100 Children Volunteers

needed: 15 Vacation Bible School needs your help in order to give our

participants a great learning experience. Please refer to your Weekly

Update to assist with purchasing and donating supplies for this endeavor.

Those who do not have email may see the list of items needed on the


Notification Boards at the bottom of the stairs on the South side of the

church by the kitchen and the Rogers house.

Butler Skate land 12400 W. Custer Ave. Butler, WI

Thank you for your assistance and participation.

Church Announcements

Used Adventist Book Sale

The Village Adventist Elementary School will be hosting a used

Adventist Book Sale Sunday April 8 from 10am-4pm. You are

invited to a Used Adventist Book Sale at Village Adventist

Elementary School April 8 from 10am-4pm at 409 W Mars St,

Berrien Springs, MI 49103. There will be about 7,000 used

books for sale. If you are looking for something specific, John

Segar is encouraging you to call him in advance at (269) 781-

6379. Also Buying used Adventist Books. Part of the proceeds

will go to the Village Adventist Elementary School. We will

have a large assortment of used Adventist books including:

o Doctrinal

o Ellen G. White books

o Story books

• Bible Story/Uncle Arthur Bedtime

• Story

o SDA Bible Commentary

o Song Books

o Cook Books

53007

Sharon SDA Social Committee’s Gospel Skate Night

Resumes!

Gospel Skate Night Returns! The session runs from 6:00-

8:30PM and admission includes skates! Upcoming Gospel

Skate Session: Monday April 2nd, 2018

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