“ T H E N T H E R E A P P E A R E D T O
T H E M D I V I D E D T O N G U E S , A S O F
F I R E , A N D O N E S A T U P O N E A C H
O F T H E M . A N D T H E Y W E R E A L L
F I L L E D W I T H T H E H O L Y S P I R I T
A N D B E G A N T O S P E A K W I T H
O T H E R T O N G U E S , A S T H E S P I R I T
G A V E T H E M U T T E R A N C E . ”
“But the Lord is in His holy temple; let all the earth be silent before Him.” - Habakkuk 2:20 NIV
Let the people begin silent meditation.
9:30am Sunday School
Theme: The Coming Of The Holy Spirit
Acts 2:1-21; Psalm 104:24-34, 35b (UMH 826); Romans 8:14-17; John 14:8-17 (25-27)
Good Morning! We extend a warm welcome to each of you worshipping with us today!
It is our hope that this experience of prayer, praise and preaching will enrich you and bring you into a
meaningful relationship with God, His people and His church!
LIGHTING OF ALTAR CANDLES
*Call to Worship Leader: Bless the Lord, O my soul.
(Please Stand) People: You are clothed with honor and majesty.
You make the winds your messengers,
fire and flame your ministers.
You send forth your Spirit, and all is made new.
May the glory of the Lord endure forever. Amen.
Rev. Amani Henry
Hymn of Praise “O How I Love Jesus” Page 291 (AAHH)
(Please Be Seated)
“Hear Our Prayer”
Hear our prayer, O Lord;
Hear our prayer, O Lord;
Incline Thine ear to us and grant us
Thy peace. Amen.
Pastor's Notes and Welcome of Visitors
Passing of the Peace / Time of Sharing
Song of Inspiration
Heart of Worship
*Please Stand/+Remain in Sanctuary
Scripture Acts 2:1-21
Song of Preparation
Rev. Amani Henry
(Please Remain in Sanctuary)
“The Theology of Thomas Dorsey”
The Reverend B. Kevin Smalls, D. Min.,
*+Invitation to Christian
(Please Stand & Remain
“I Surrender All” Page 354 (UMH)
The Offertory Invitation
Lord, may this day be a new Pentecost — a day in which you will pour out
your Spirit and put a new heart within us; a day in which our faltering
spirits will be revived, and our enthusiasm will be renewed; a day in which
you will equip us for service, and send us out to change your world. In
Jesus’ name we pray.
The Offertory Prayer
Lord, we pray that the Holy Spirit will accompany these gifts, giving
wisdom to those who will distribute them, granting effectiveness to
those whose ministries will be supported, and bringing salvation and
a better life to those whose lives will be touched.
Divine love through me blesses and multiplies all that I have, all
that I give, and all that I receive, in the name of Jesus. Amen
+Tithe and General Offering
(Please Remain in Sanctuary)
+Song of Celebration
(Please Stand & Remain in
“All Things Come Of Thee”
All things come of Thee, O Lord,
and of Thine own have we given Thee.
*Blessing of the Offering
“Blessed be the Name”
“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”
*Please Stand/+Remain in Sanctuary 2
The Coming of the Holy Spirit
2 When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place. 2 And
suddenly from heaven there came a sound like the rush of a violent wind, and it filled the
entire house where they were sitting. 3 Divided tongues, as of fire, appeared among them,
and a tongue rested on each of them. 4 All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and
began to speak in other languages, as the Spirit gave them ability.
5 Now there were devout Jews from every nation under heaven living in Jerusalem. 6 And
at this sound the crowd gathered and was bewildered, because each one heard them
speaking in the native language of each. 7 Amazed and astonished, they asked, “Are not
all these who are speaking Galileans? 8 And how is it that we hear, each of us, in our own
native language? 9 Parthians, Medes, Elamites, and residents of Mesopotamia, Judea
and Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia, 10 Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of
Libya belonging to Cyrene, and visitors from Rome, both Jews and proselytes, 11 Cretans
and Arabs—in our own languages we hear them speaking about God’s deeds of
power.” 12 All were amazed and perplexed, saying to one another, “What does this
mean?” 13 But others sneered and said, “They are filled with new wine.”
Peter Addresses the Crowd
14 But Peter, standing with the eleven, raised his voice and addressed them, “Men of
Judea and all who live in Jerusalem, let this be known to you, and listen to what I
say. 15 Indeed, these are not drunk, as you suppose, for it is only nine o’clock in the
morning. 16 No, this is what was spoken through the prophet Joel:
17 ‘In the last days it will be, God declares,
that I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh,
and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy,
and your young men shall see visions,
and your old men shall dream dreams.
18 Even upon my slaves, both men and women,
in those days I will pour out my Spirit;
and they shall prophesy.
19 And I will show portents in the heaven above
and signs on the earth below,
blood, and fire, and smoky mist.
20 The sun shall be turned to darkness
and the moon to blood,
before the coming of the Lord’s great and glorious day.
21 Then everyone who calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.’
-Acts 2:1-21 (NRSV)
Dear Hope visitors and friends,
If you would like to become a member
of Hope UMC Church and don’t want
to take that long walk down the aisle,
you can join Hope Church just by
calling Reverend Green at 248-262-
5129. We will begin the process with
your call or you can stop by the
church office Tuesday through Friday.
$10 Sunday School
HOPE Online Giving
Hope family, if you have family members in the Service please e-mail their information to
Rev. Rosaline Green at: email@example.com, so we may support them. Thank you.
Capt. Keturah J. Antongiorgi Terrell Hannah Sgt. Nikia Pearsall
Pvt. 1st Class
Sgt 1st Class Dennis
Major Whalleon Babo Lt. Colonel Benjamin Johnson Sfc. David Richmond
Sgt Carletta Denise (Richardson)
Pvt. 1st. Class
MSgt. Bobby S. Briggs Kevin Johnson Pvt. Hassan Anthony Sgeidifar
Capt. Cameron Ross Browne Christopher Joiner Steven J. Shelton
Sgt. James Curry Pvt. Lavar Jones SSgt. Darius Shephard
Lt. Colonel Curtis Craft Cpt. Steve Marteen Seaman Eric Shorter
Spc Nicholis Dubouis Wayne Mason Capt. Brandon W. Smith
SSgt. Jorja Dudley Lt. Ronnie Vito McCullough Carlos C. Springs
Robert Ellis Keith Meadows SSgt. Dwight Thomas Jr.
Major Michael Flowers Alex Morrow Sgt. Leroy Troupe Jr.
Pvt Aaron Finley Sgt. Rodney Mosley Adam R. Walker, III
Nida Floyd (2/8 Golf Co. 2nd. Platoon) Seaman Joshua M. Myers MSgt. Terry L. Walker, Sr.
Spec. Jonathon B. Glenn Bryant A. Nunn Sgt 1st Class Caesar Smith Jr.
Capt. Katrina Patillo
The Wall of Honor
Hope’s Wall of Honor is an everlasting tribute to our Veterans. It was designed and
donated to Hope by Brother Sid Taylor, a US Marine, Vietnam combat veteran and
beloved member of Hope. It is a memorial tribute to commemorate the sacrifices our
veterans have made for our country. We are grateful to Sid and his family for blessing
us all with the
beautiful Wall of
New names are added to the Wall of Honor every Veteran’s Day. If you, a loved one, or
a friend served in the armed forces and would like to be added to the Wall, please
complete the Wall of Honor form located in the Literature Rack and place it in the Wall of
Honor mailbox outside the Sanctuary. God bless you.
Nate and Linda Webb (loss of sister-in-law)
William Glosson (loss of aunt)
Beverly Rouser (loss of mother)
George and Deborah Thornhill (loss of his sister)
Peter Campbell (loss of mother-in-law)
Lakeland Rehab Center
Southfield , MI
Rev. Dr. Patricia Green
Judge Shelia Johnson
Ella Mae Ferrell
Kinyel Ferguson Friday
Prayer Requests for Family & Friends
Bennie Slate Jr.
William (Bill) Hardy
Dr. David Garrett
Brenda Givens (friend of John Treadwell)
Gregory King & Family (brother and family of Nate and Linda Webb)
David Steven Lewis (cousin of Roxanne Chatman)
Lenny Willis (nephew of Charisse Young-Babb)
Jack Richardson (brother in-law of Margaret Parker)
Arnetta Howze (mother of Susan Howze)
Keith Doetsch (Chanticleer Condominium Grounds Keeper)
Ryan & Melissa Chatman (son & daughter-in-law of Robert & Roxanne Chatman)
Monica Kelly (Crescent Academy Bus Transportation Supervisor)
Inger Parnell (daughter of Theresa & Elroy Carroll)
Cherry Parker-Hicks (aunt of Douglass M. Doggett)
Terry Tramble (uncle of Douglass M. Doggett)
Natasha Kirchoff (granddaughter of Daisy Marshall)
Angenella Fleming (daughter of Velma Fleming)
April Blakely & Family (cousin of Ernita Johnson)
Jestina Stewart (mother of Diane Ferguson)
Prayer Requests for Family & Friends
Norie Knight-McKinney (friend of Hope Church)
Arthur Sheffield II (cousin of Roxanne Chatman)
Dyron McCoy (friend of Troi Abner and Rosemary Williams)
Yvonne Jackson (cousin of Cierra Carter)
Jasmine Williams (cousin of Cierra Carter)
Sheila Glasgow (friend of Susan Howze)
Holly & David LaBelle (friends of Kinyel Friday)
Greg Williams (son of Anita Glasker)
Jim Boyle (friend of Loretta Brown)
Toya Kelly (friend of Johna Treadwell)
Timothy Johnson (uncle of Ernita Johnson)
Minnie Davis (mother of Gail Williams
and great-grandmother of Jeremiah Williams)
Family and Friends of British Patterson (friends of Tillecha Harris)
Nicholas French (son of Nikki Wright and grandson of Mary Powell-Wright)
LaKita Holton (daughter of Lola Holton)
Ruth Shuford (grandmother of Monique Jackson and great grandmother of Martin Finley
Kay Andrews (cousin of Johna Treadwell)
Marcellea Jones (mother of camper Dajanay Jones)
Alcenia Stephens (grandmother of Calvin Stephens III)
Keith Watkins (friend of Zelma Smith-Dexter)
Linda Watson (niece of Anita Glasker)
Coby Wells (mother of Felecia Baker)
Dr. Carolyn McBryde (aunt of Joseph Thomas IV)
Cheryl Ervin (sister of Randall Ervin)
Dominique Young (son of Debbie Cook-Young)
William Tillman (brother of Rosaline Washington)
Sharon Lothery Gilmer (cousin of Joe Thomas)
Mary Jackson (friend of Carolyn Nixon)
Ruby J. Cross (sister of Gene Cross)
Joann Burton (sister of George Thornhill)
Linda Crittenden (sister of Norma Jones)
Mary Ballard (sister of Diane Cross)
Claudette Scott (friend of Estella Carson)
Brandon Canon (Camp HOPE Youth of Zelma Smith-Dexter)
Melvin Anderson (brother of Hattie Anderson-Spight)
Elliot Early (son of Pamela Early)
Mary Johnson (mother of Alvin and Deborah Wood)
The Family of Louise Spivey
Dakarai Moore, Jr. (Blessed and Mighty survivor of flesh-eating disease)
Paula Thomas (friend of Margaret Parker)
John N. Greene (father of Rhonda Greene)
Chris Anne Morrison (friend of Loretta Brown)
MATURE DISCIPLES MINISTRY
Zelma Smith-Dexter and Muriel Eaton approached Reverend Dr. Carlyle Fielding
Stewart, III, in January 1999 regarding a Hope Church senior group. Reverend Betty
Whitely was appointed by Dr. Stewart to form a ministry for persons fifty and older.
Reverend Whitely selected ten seasoned Hope members to meet June 25, 1999, with Dr.
Stewart in attendance. Dr. Stewart gave encouragement by saying this was the
beginning of a great adventure and asked to be an honorary member. All 50 plus
persons male and female are welcome to be a part. Our purpose is to give support and
have camaraderie with those who have similar experiences and interests through
religious, social and educational activities; like short bus trips, educational forums,
crafts, bake sales, seminars, workshop and nursing home visits. We have added Black
History exhibits, Senior Day during the Southfield Festival of Hope, Grandparents’
Luncheon, a prayer breakfast and Christmas luncheon. Our meetings are held the
second Tuesday of each month at one o’clock or join us for any of our activities.
June 23, 2019 is the celebration of our 20 th anniversary. God continues to bless our
ministry spiritually and in all of our many endeavors.
Mature Disciples are a Holy-Spirit directed body of matured Christian believers who are
spiritually developed and committed to studying, sharing and living the Word of God.
This ministry will extend spiritual, educational and social in reach and outreach
activities to Hope United Methodist Church, local churches and the larger community,
demonstrating their faith and the beauty of longevity through their dedicated lifestyle
and service to others.
Mature Disciples will inspire others through reflections, prayers and experiences and
demonstrate commitment to God by the way we live and serve Hope United Methodist
Church and the community.
Dr. Emma L. Epps and Mary Powell-Wright, Co-Chairs
The Reverend Christopher Grimes, Clergy Advisor
Let’s Celebrate !
Mature Disciples 20 th Anniversary
Sunday, June 23, 2019
7:30am and 10:30am Worship Services
“life After Fifty is a Lifestyle,
Not Just an Age!”
Join the Mature Disciples in Ministry for those who are
spiritually developed in the world of God. We welcome all
persons 50 years and wiser to join with this ministry.
Come and Celebrate with us!
Light Refreshments Served Immediately following
the 10:30 AM Worship Service in Fellowship Hall.
The Memorial Service
Carlyle Fielding Stewart Jr.
A Memorial Service will be held at
Friday, June 28, 2019
Family Hour at 10:00am
Memorial Service at 11:00am
Condolences may be sent to:
Reverend Dr. Carlyle Fielding Stewart III and Family
C/O Empowerment Church
24300 Southfield Road Suite 105
Southfield, Mi 48075
MANY SPECIAL THANKS
to our Exterior Clean Up Volunteers!
YOU made such a difference with your hard work
and contributions. You are so appreciated!
Hope Church, Trustees and Gloria Hardy
Hope United Methodist Church Cancer Support Ministry
June is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
Prevention and Early Detection Can Improve Your Quality of Life
Join us Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 7:00 PM in the library as we support those
persons (including caregivers) going through the cancer experience.
Guest Speaker: Dr. Gail White, Radiologist
What is prostate cancer? Cancer that occurs in a man’s prostate (a small walnut shaped
gland). This is a very common cancer in men and it usually grows slowly.
Symptoms: Prostate cancer may not cause signs or symptoms in its early stages. More
advanced cancer may cause trouble urinating, blood in urine or semen, swelling of the legs,
discomfort in the pelvic area, bone pain.
Risk factors include older age (usually 65+), being black where there is a greater risk to be
more aggressive and more advanced, family history, being obese.
Prevention: Choose a healthy diet of fruits and vegetables-one nutrient consistently
linked with the prevention of prostate cancer is lycopene, found in raw or cooked tomatoes.
Choose healthy foods over supplements because there are no studies that have found a
benefit to supplements in comparison to healthy diet.
Exercise most days of the week to improve your health and maintain weight and mood.
Talk to your Dr. about your risk of getting prostate cancer.
Tests and Diagnosis: There is not agreement in the medical community as to the benefit of
testing men with no symptoms however; it is recommended that men get tested in their 40’s
or sooner depending on risk factors.
Prostate Screening might include: Digital Rectal Exam (DRE) Insertion of finger in rectum to
examine prostate, Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Test-blood sample is drawn and
If detected other tests may be indicated like an ultra sound, collecting sample of tissue,
bone scan, CT or MRI.
Eric and Gloria Hardy – Chairs, Cancer Support Ministry
FULL DAY CAMP: 9AM—4PM. JUNE 24, 2019—AUGUST 30, 2019. AGES 4-13
Availability Before and After Care Program.
REGISTRATION FEE $15
Weekly Camp Program $125
Safe, Licensed and Affordable Day Camp Program includes: Educational Field Trips, Daily
Wholesome and Nutritious Lunches, Healthy and Delicious Snacks, Arts and Fun Crafts, Video
Game Room, Supervised Fitness Classes and Activities and an Official Camp Hope Logo
GO TO: WWW.HOPEUMC.ORG
CLICK ON: EVENTS AND THEN,
CLICK ON: CAMP HOPE
QUESTIONS? 248.356.1020 EXTENSION 360
DOWNLOAD A COPY OF THE “CAMP HOPE KIDS’ DAY CAMP 2019 PROGRAMS” VIA THIS LINK.
Just For Fun Events @ Hope!
HUSTLE FOR EXERCISE CLASS
LEARN! CREATE! SHARE!
Join the Creative Prayer Circle for knitting,
crochet, embroidery & fellowship!
Thursdays @ 6PM
40 “The King will reply, ‘Truly
I tell you, whatever you did for
one of the least of these
brothers and sisters of mine,
you did for me.’
Matthew 25:40 (NIV)
MISSIONS' FOOD PANTRY STOCK UP
Hope, we need your help to stock our pantry to feed our neighbors in
need for the upcoming year. Your donations can be placed in the
Missions food barrels near the kitchen and Room 24 anytime during
The following items are of special need:
Cereal, canned tuna and salmon, canned fruits and
vegetables, canned soups, rice, beans,
mashed potatoes, boxed macaroni and cheese, pancake mix,
syrup, canned pasta meals, canned chili, peanut butter, jelly
Last year Hope blessed approximately 400 families with a food
Your donations do make a difference!
Barbara Battle, Chairperson Missions
HOPE'S WISH LIST 2019
Please consider making a donation from the Hope Wish List as another expression of praise and thanksgiving.
Thank you and may God bless you!
1. Six (6)-3-Shelf 220 lb. Capacity Large Utility Bus Cart @ $99.00 Each @ Restaurant Equippers Greenfield @
Total $594.00. (Board of Trustees)
2. 600 Bags Landscaping Brown Mulch @ 5 Bags for $10.00 (Lowe's & Home Depot) @ Total $1200.00. (Board
3. 50 Yellow Silk Flowers @ $1.00 Each @t Dollar Store @ Total $50.00. (Culinary Ministry)
4. Eight (8) White 60" x 108" Open Hand Crochet Tablecloths @ $7.00 Each @ Total $56.00. (Culinary Ministry)
Items Area Cost
Carpeting (1) Parlor $6,000
Treadmills (2) Weight Room $1,500
Commercial 8ft. Tables (2)
Top Soil (Large Bags) (6)
Announcement Boards (3) Church/Trustees $2,000 ea.
PRAYER REQUEST FORM Tele-Care Ministry
Telephone Number: (________) ______________________
(Area Code) (Phone Number)
IN NEED OF PRAYER IN THE FOLLOWING AREA(S)
Spiritual Healing Physical Healing Deliverance From
____ _____________________ ____ ___________________ ____ __________________
Family Problems Financial Problems Emotional Problems
____ _____________________ ____ ___________________ ____ ___________________
Prayer Information __________________________________________________
Submitted by: _______________________________________________________
Please return the form to Elaine Johnson, Rev. R. Green or place it in the Tele-Care Ministry mailbox.
Rev. Rosaline Green, Clergy Advisor
Call (248) 356-1020 ext. 146 for a ride to the
Call and leave your name, address, phone
number, and any special needs by 1:00 pm every
Friday! We will confirm by 1:00 pm Saturday.
Please note: The bus will depart 20 minutes after
the end of the 10:30 am service to return you to
CD videos will no longer be sold from the Media Center.
All CD of sermons or any other type of event recordings will now be available for purchase
at the Welcome Center.
CDs are $5.00
Sermons on CDs will continue to be available
by filling out the Sermon Order Request Form below.
Sermon orders will be ready for pick up at the Welcome Center
seven (7) days after receipt of the order form.
The Welcome Center is open every Sunday immediately following
the 7:30am and 10:30am Worship Services.
Thank you for your support of this ministry!
Hope United Methodist Church
SERMON ORDER REQUEST FORM
TODAY’S DATE: _______________________
TELEPHONE NUMBER: (______)
SERMON TIME REQUESTED:
7:30 AM________10:30 AM________OTHER_________
DELIVERY STATUS: PICK-UP
PLACE YOUR SERMON ORDER REQUEST FORM IN THE "WELCOME CENTER MINISTRY"
MAILBOX LOCATED IN THE HALLWAY OUTSIDE OF THE SANCTUARY.
Hope United Methodist Church Counseling Center
Sometimes a listening ear can provide the perspective we need to make
it through difficult times as families, and as individuals. If you need a
spiritual counselor, please call Pastoral Care at 248-262-5129 to
schedule an appointment. All calls and appointments are
Stepping Stones To Wholeness
Are you or someone you know experiencing the pain associated with grieving?
If so, we can help with the journey through the loss.
Call Rev. Rosaline Green at (248) 262-5129 for an appointment.
Members and Non-Hope members welcomed
Rev. Rosaline Green, Executive Pastor, Facilitator
Have you changed your address, phone number or email in the last year?
Please complete the form below to verify and/or change information on your records.
Place your form in the Membership Secretary mailbox in the Narthex.
Date: _____________ Name: _________________________________________________
OLD Street Address: ________________________________________________________
OLD City, State, Zip:
NEW Street Address: ________________________________________________________
NEW City, State, Zip: ________________________________________________________
Home Phone: ____________________ Business Phone: ____________________________
Cell Phone: ________________________________________________________________
Email Address: _____________________________________________________________
Are there other family members? Children? That should also have updated records?
Include their names:__________________________________________________________
The Reverend B. Kevin Smalls, D. Min.,
Office: (248) 356-6566
The Reverend Rosaline Green
Office: (248) 262-5129
The Reverend Christopher M. Grimes
Pastor of Young Adults & Emerging Ministries
Office: (248) 262-5127
J o in us every Sunday!
W o r s h i p
7 : 3 0 a m a n d 1 0 : 3 0 a m
C o m m u n i o n e v e r y 1 s t S u n d a y
S u n d a y S c h o o l — 9 : 3 0 a m
S e r v i c e s f o r C h i l d r e n & Y o u t h
I n f a n t & T o d d l e r N u r s e r y
W e e k d a y B i b l e S t u d i e s
W e d n e s d a y
A d u l t B i b l e S t u d y
6 : 3 0 p m - M u s i c R o o m
Y o u n g A d u l t B i b l e S t u d y
1 s t & 3 r d W e d n e s d a y
7 : 0 0 p m - I n T h e P a r l o r
T h u r s d a y B i b l e S t u d y
L i f e T o o l s
( S U M M E R R E C E S S U N T I L S E P T E M B E R 1 2 t h )
26275 Northwestern Highway ● Southfield, Michigan 48076
248-356-1020 — Church ● 248-356-2084—Fax
The Reverend B. Kevin Smalls, D. Min., Senior Pastor
The Reverend Rosaline Green, Executive Pastor
The Reverend Christopher M. Grimes,
Pastor of Intergenerational Ministries