Church Bulletin

June 9, 2018

The Church at Study — 9:30 – 10:45 a.m.
Welcome and Song Service
Lesson Study –“America and Babylon”

ANNOUNCEMENTS

WELCOME! Thank you for joining us this Sabbath day. We hope you will receive a blessing to carry you into the coming week. And think about coming back next Sabbath. We love to see our church family grow.
OUR NEXT POTLUCKS will be at camp meeting, both June 15 and 23 in Room 13 of the Administration Building on the campus of Auburn Adventist Academy. Picnic style food is best since there are no facilities to heat things, and easy-to-eat options help avoid potential spills.
NO SERVICES will be held here the next two Sabbaths, June 15 and 23, due to camp meeting.
SO COME TO CAMP MEETING! More info is on the literature counter by the stairs and at https://washingtonconferenceofsda.adventistchurch.org/camp-meeting.
THE CHURCH OPERATING BUDGET for the coming fiscal year (July 2018-June 2019) is being prepared. Jack Woosley wants to hear from you if you have thoughts to share on budget items which need to be considered for the coming year. A copy of the current operating budget is posted on the bulletin board. This is your opportunity to be part of the financial process. You can e-mail Jack at jlwoosley@comcast.net, call him at 425-269-5909, or do it the old fashion way and just talk to him.
“RED PRINT” SERMON SERIES – Pastor Maylan is continuing his sermon series focusing on the words of Jesus. For those of you who like to prepare for the worship service during the week, here is the schedule of texts to read prior to the sermons: June 30 – Matt. 20; July 7 – Matt. 21.
CHURCH BOARD MEMBERS, remember board meeting this Thursday at 7 p.m.
VBS — Register your kids online for “Shipwrecked” Vacation Bible School, which happens July 9 – 13. Go to: https://vbspro.events/p/events/bellevuesda
QUESTIONS? If you’ve been wondering exactly where your tithes and offerings go, pick up an information folder from a plastic stand on the round greeter table or the literature counter by the stairs. – Pastor Maylan
MEMORIAL SERVICE for Glenys Ahlers is this Sunday, June 10, at 2 p.m. at Auburn City Church. She served the people of our churches every camp meeting for over 40 years with the audio/recording our family has done each year and developed friendships with so many surrounding church members over the years. Anyone is welcome to attend. Thank you!
SAVE THE DATE – Monday evening, June 18, at 7:00 p.m. there will be a bridal shower for Alivia Nye in the Fellowship Hall. She and Luke Spady are registered at theknot.com (Bed Bath and Beyond & Crate and Barrel)
AND ANOTHER SHOWER – This is a baby shower, though. Erica and Jay St. Michell are expecting a boy soon. Come to a shower on Sunday, July 29 at 10:00 a.m. in the Fireside Room. The guest of honor will even be there since the little guy is due before this date!
SUNSET LAKE FUNDING HELP! Since early in the year, our worship service Children’s Offering has been filling a pool of funds which will be divided equally between children wanting to attend a Sunset Lake Camp week this summer. Families must be Bellevue church members. Contact Jack Woosley with your Sunset Lake plans. — Pastor Maylan
THANK YOU to George and Nona, Bob G., Alan W., Greg and Teresa, Farid, and his brother Faramaz, the wonderful people who helped me Sunday to empty out my shed of many years’ of boxes and then move them to my storage space at Public Storage. They just showed up and got it done. Amazing.

The Church at Worship — 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Announcements — Pastor Maylan Schurch
Prelude — Chelsea Jurgensen
Call to Worship
Invocation — Pastor Maylan Schurch
Offering — World Budget: Multilingual Ministries & Chaplaincy — Gary Salsman
Offertory
Worship in Song — Martha Hammen/ Worship Team and Congregation
Scripture — Matthew 19:21-25 — Gary Salsman
Celebrations & Concerns/Prayer
Celebration of Graduates
Worship in Music — Lois Meythaler
Sermon — “Three Disciple-surprisers” — Pastor Maylan Schurch
Closing Song — “A Hymn of Glory Let Us Sing” — 228
Benediction — Pastor Maylan Schurch
Postlude — Chelsea Jurgensen