MESSAGE FROM PASTOR EARL: We'll be having worship online streaming live on Facebook. The instructions are pretty simple:
1) Create a Facebook account if you don't have one already. You won't be able to access the feed without one. (You don't have to do anything with the account except open one and, in fact, you could delete it once this season has passed. Your call, but an account is required).
2) Go to our church page: New California Presbyterian. If you haven't been over there in awhile this is a good opportunity to poke around.
3) Somewhere on the page (on my laptop it's located center left) you'll see "video". Probably next to that word will be a red colored word "live". Click on that and you should be good to go. We will start at 10:30.
August 2, 2020
WELCOME/INVITATION TO WORSHIP
PRAYER OF ADORATION
HYMN OF PRAISE #386 “Lord Jesus, Think on Me”
Find the hymn at the end of the bulletin.
STATEMENT OF FAITH Apostle’s Creed
TOGETHER: I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth; and in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead and buried; He descended into Hades; the third day He rose again from the dead; He ascended into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand of God the Father Almighty; from thence He shall come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy church universal, the communion of the saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amen.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen, Amen.
PRAYER OF CONFESSION
TOGETHER: Gracious God, forgive us when we selfishly focus on our own lives and churches and fail to bring your love and grace to the world around us. Forgive us for when we wish to remain safe, when we wish to remain sheltered, for when we don’t have time to open our eyes to the hurting people around us — in our neighborhoods, congregations, cities, our country, and our world. Please forgive us for only caring about your will when it agrees with ours and only see your kingdom as something for the distant future. Help us be bearers of your kingdom and willingly and faithfully do your work as your angels in heaven do. Amen.
WORDS OF ASSURANCE Hebrews 8:10-12
THE WORD IN MUSIC: “Morning Medley” Sue Bynner, Flute
I Chronicles 29: 10-13
Matthew 26: 36-39
Revelation 11: 15-19
SERMON SERIES: “Jesus Alone Teaches Us to Pray” Pt. 2
MESSAGE: “Now and Not Yet” Amy Clark, CLP
PASTORAL PRAYER & LORD’S PRAYER
TOGETHER: Our Father, Who art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy name. Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on Earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors. Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil, for Thine is the Kingdom, and the Power, and the Glory forever. Amen.
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DOXOLOGY: Praise God from whom all blessings flow. Praise Him, all creatures here below. Praise Him above ye heavenly hosts. Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost. Amen.
CLOSING HYMN #358 “Love Divine, All Loves Excelling”
Find the hymn at the end of the bulletin.
CHORAL RESPONSE Amen
Today we welcome Amy Clark to deliver the message this morning and again at the 10:30 Facebook live worship service. Amy is a CLP (certified lay pastor) through ECO and enjoys serving the church through teaching, prayer, workshops and retreats. More about Amy at www.GrowingDeeperMinistries.com. Please give her our “New Cally welcome”.
Thank you to David Yoder for leading worship today.
Pastor Earl is on vacation. He will be back next Sunday, August 9th.
Vacation Bible School - VBS Kickoff VBS videos are on Facebook and ready for viewing! A new video will be posted each Sunday afternoon for the next few weeks. Please contact Rita Vandall at email@example.com or 937-209-0061 if you have not picked up your student packets. There will be another opportunity for a Drive-In VBS Celebration on August 16th at 4:00 pm. Check for more details on the Facebook event as we get closer!
VIDEO DEVOTIONALS: We are looking at the book of Malachi on Facebook! There are 2-3 devotionals each week. We'll be taking off the week of August 3 so that is a great time to catch up on previous video devotionals. Suggestions on our next book to study? Please e-mail Pastor Earl.
SUMMER READING PROGRAM: We continue reading the Gospel of John. We meet Thursday at 7:00 pm. This will be a “hybrid” class where you can join either in person or Zoom. Because of the mission trip to Christ’s Table, we will not be having Summer Reading on Thursday, August 13. Summer reading will resume for August 20 and 27. We’ll look for you, Thursday nights.
Rural King will host a Church Week starting today, August 2 thru August 15, 2020. During Church Week, customers can choose a registered organization (New Cally is registered) to donate to and begin uploading their receipts dated between Aug. 2 – Aug. 15. All receipts must be uploaded to www.ruralking.com/churchweek by Sept. 1, 2020. Rural King will donate 10% of each valid Rural King receipt’s total after sales tax to the registered organization chosen by the customer.
CHRIST’S TABLE - School Supplies Collection
This year Christ's Table has asked us to pack two backpacks per grade level to take to Zanesville so that they can distribute as needed. Donations can be left on the table in the Fellowship Hall or brought to drive-in service on or before packing date of Sunday, August 9. We do have some supplies leftover from last year that we can use. Here is a list of the most needed items of which we do not have any/many left: pencils, dry erase markers, colored pencils, washable markers, glue sticks, pencil boxes, folders, and wide ruled paper/notebooks.ne or two people are needed to help pack the backpacks at the church on August 9th (with masks) at 6:00 pm. If you're interested, please contact Brianne Ciminello for more information. Thank you for your support!
The Session unanimously agreed to extend our Drive-In worship through September. So, glad to let you know we can enjoy the beautiful fall weather around here while in worship.
CONVERSATION GROUP: We're starting a group reading a book on the racial divide in our nation. The book is from InterVarsity called "Beyond Racial Gridlock". It's a book that suggests a "mutual responsibility" approach. If you'd like to join us let Pastor Earl know. We will begin the week of August 10th.
DNA Breakfast - We are restarting with Saturday breakfasts every other month. Our first one back will be Saturday, August 15 from 8:00 – 11:00 am. We only need one more to sign up. Please e-mail Pastor Earl or Brianne Ciminello if you can be that 6th person to help.
DNA SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM is being extended through at least August 19. If you'd like to help, at this point best to e-mail Tamara Reed since they haven't updated the sign-up sheet online yet. Her e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope Center in Marysville is in need of paper towels and 13-gallon trash bags. Their summer hours are: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm, Monday – Friday; 10:00 am – noon on Saturdays.
Needs of New Cally
Carol and Rick, Rosemary Atherton’s sister and brother-in-law. Carol diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
Zeta Holcombe, healing & strength. She is at Brookdale, Marysville.
Denise Barry Williams, healing from recurring cancer. Zills’ friend.
Marge Becher, healing, peace and comfort.
Steve Hall, Neal Sargeant’s brother-in-law, healing from Stage 4 lung cancer. Prayers also for Neal’s sister and their children.
Peggy Minshall, prayers for strength & healing.
Jeff Graves, healing from serious health problems.
Deland Averill, Donna Stevens’ brother, his kidney cancer has metastasized. Cancer has grown slowly. Good news is he has no pain.
Gary Ross, Sue Ehlen’s brother-in-law, healing from Mantel Cell Lymphoma. Struggling from his bone marrow transplant.
Meda Fulton, Taylor Yoder’s grandmother, prayers for comfort and healing from broken hip. She has Alzheimer’s and is very confused. Also, prayers for Taylor’s grandfather. Praise God they have been safe from the virus so far!
Andy Zeis and her husband, she had to place her husband in a home due to his deteriorating health. They are friends of Mary Jo Alexander.
Tim Mueck, Joyce McKitrick’s brother, healing from pneumonia. He is making progress but still needs our prayers.
Nancy, Sue Ehlen’s sister, healing from surgery, septic shock and lack of energy. Also, prayers that she will not contract the Covid-19 virus during her healing.
Nancy, Rosemary Atherton’s sister, healing for chronic leukemia.
Shirley Quinlan, Mary Zill’s sister, asking for prayers for her daughter, Kailey. Kailey has an infection in her brain and heart. She is critical. Also, prayers for Shirley’s granddaughter, Breanna. She needs healing from another foot surgery from her car accident.
Mardelle Rickard, comfort and peace at this time. Hospice has been called. She is at Bluebird in Marysville.
Lucille Ramsey, healing, she is at Bluebird in Marysville.
Rick Campbell, healing from a foot infection and prayers for his wife, Joyce. Joyce is Rosemary Atherton’s sister.
Fred Medland, prayers for healing from Stage 4 lung cancer.
Brenda Skedell, healing for her foot.
Priscilla Wright’s father, healing from a fall.
Jack Zellner, healing and wisdom for his doctors to relieve his suffering.
John Wilson, prayers for healing; he had a pacemaker put in.
David Wilson, prayers for healing from a mini stroke.
Janet Shriver, prayers for healing a mini stroke.
Jacob Haldeman, prayers for healing from surgery to remove his right lung, that his pain and fear are managed, that he is kept safe from Covid and prayers for his parents and 3 sisters who anxiously wait for him to return home and get well.
Lynn, Donna Stevens’ friend, prayers for breast cancer surgery this Wednesday. Prayers for peace and healing for Lynn and her family.
Jean Cook, friend of the Stevens, healing from effects of Parkinson’s Disease.
Brianne Ciminello’s stepfather and his family on the loss of his father on July 30th. Prayers of comfort and safety during the coming days with grieving & traveling.
Needs of Our Community
P.C. FOOD PANTRY: Both volunteer & financial needs.
Loving Care Agency: Prayer for home nurses & those involved in hospice care. Pray for volunteers to help families in Respite Care.
London Correctional Institute - Pray that volunteers can be found to provide a worship service, devotional, or bible study in the prison.
Needs of our world
Military and their families
Charles Family: Home from Ecuador until the Pandemic ends.
Chang Family mission in Alaska.
Persecuted Christians: Saudi Arabia (pray for those imprisoned for their faith that they will feel Christ’s presence.)
Children of the World.
Leaders at every level of our government.
Prayers for all countries fighting the coronavirus.
New California Presbyterian Church
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Love God. Love Neighbor.
The ministers of this church are its members, as all who follow Christ and call Him Lord are called into the service of discipleship. This ministry is aided by:
Pastor: Rev. Earl Dunbar Pastor Emeritus: Rev. Philip Bougher
Music Director: Tim Davis Secretary: Nancy Medland
Clerk of Session: Joy Kenyon Custodian: Kathy Yutzy
Treasurer: Shirley Peterson Assistant Treasurer: Dennis Stevens
If you are interested in serving on one of the ministry teams, please contact the team leader.
Building & Grounds: Freeman Yutzy
Care Team: Shirley Hedrick & Joyce McKitrick
Congregational Life: Lisa Pullins
Hospitality Team: Mary Jane Garrabrant & Doris Schrader
Outreach Ministry: Brianne Ciminello
Stewardship: Dennis Stevens
Worship Team: Jackie Schrader
Class of 2020 Class of 2021 Class of 2022
Joy Kenyon Mary Jo Alexander John Brown
Karlton Williamson Taylor Yoder Bill Schrader
If you are new to our church, it’s our sincere hope that you have received a warm welcome! If you are looking for a church home, you are invited to join us Sunday mornings at 10:30 am for Worship. Sunday School has an event the first Sunday of each month at 9:00 am. The balance of the month Sunday School will start at 9:30 am. Wherever you are in your faith journey, you are welcome here as we discover Christ’s calling for us all.
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