Welcome to Fisherman’s Net

April 20, 2014

Easter Sunday Breakfast and Kids Egg Hunt

 

Speaker: Pastor Alex Silva

Welcome to the Fisherman’s Net Church

If you are new to our church, we welcome you this morning to our annual Easter Sunday morning breakfast. Please find a seat at a table. At 9:15 we will say grace and our Pastor will welcome you from the pulpit, at which time we will begin our breakfast. Parents please accompany your children through the food line. At 10:00 we will begin our service with a few worship songs, followed by a short message by Pastor Alex Silva. Then, we will excuse the children for the Easter Egg Hunt.

Sunday School and Toddler Room are cancelled today for our Easter service in order to allow our staff to be in the service with their families

 

 

Women’s Ministry

We would like to form a group of women who are interested in visiting women in our church who are shut in and cannot attend church because of illness. Visits would be on a once a month basis. For those who do not wish to have visits, we’d like to have cards sent to them. If you are interested in being part of a ministry to reach out to our loved and not forgotten sisters in Christ, please contact Sharon Crull at 586-731-7640 or Kathy Frezza at 810-358-3056.

 

 

Alarm System

Our alarm system has been updated and there is a slight change. If you have a key and need access to the building please contact the church for updated instruction on how to operate the alarm.

 

 

Second Collection Next Sunday

The funds from this collection will go to our Youth Group.

 

 

Save the Date for the Women’s Retreat

The women’s retreat is coming up soon. The dates are June 20-22 at the Capuchin Retreat Center. Once again we need volunteers to assist with planning the retreat. There will be a retreat planning meet at Sharon Crull’s home on Tuesday, May 6, at 7:00 p.m. Her address is 8810 Messmore, Utica, east off of Van Dyke between Hall Road and 21 mile Road. If you would like to assist with the retreat, please plan to be at the meeting and RSVP to Kathy Frezza at 810-358-3056 or to Sharon Crull at 586-731-7640.

Please pray for God’s guidance as we seek Him for the theme, speakers, worship music, etc. this year that our retreat will encourage our women as He sees fit.

 

 

 

Upcoming Youth Events

The Fisherman’s Net Youth will be holding a bake sale in May to raise money for this summer’s youth camp. Watch the bulletin for more details.

The Youth Group is also starting a bottle drive to raise funds for camp. Save your pop bottles and cans for them, and they will return them for refund. All those dimes add up and help our students attend this life-changing camp. You can place the cans and bottles (rinsed) in a garbage bag and leave it in the back stairwell. The kids will return them as they come in.

 

 

 

Are You Feeling Called to Minister to Women?

Abigayle Ministries, a Christian, non-profit program for homeless pregnant women, is seeking a part-time administrative marketing assistant for 20-25 hrs./week. For a job description and more information about the ministry, please see our home page at www.abigayleministries.org. Direct further questions to abigayles@abigayleministries.org or call 586.323.1411.

 

 

 

Prayer Meeting

Our next morning prayer meeting will be held on the first Friday of the month, May 2nd at 10:30 am. Please mark your calendar.

 

 

 

Free Oil Change for Single Parents

Woodside Bible Church is offering a free oil change for single parents on Saturday, May 17th from 9:00-4:00 pm. You must register ahead at 586-758-4750 ext. 308. Woodside is located on Hoover in Warren.

 

 

Transport Furniture

Meb (Todd) McFadden has furniture for Charles and Leslie Reed, but someone must pick it up at her house in Rochester, and transport it to the Reeds in the 10 and Van Dyke area. If you can help, contact Meb at 248-318-9607 or call the office.

 

 

Toddler Room                                                Next Week’s Aides:

No Toddler Room Today                               Brook Brown

Happy Easter!                                               Amy Wolf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Palm Sunday, April 13, 2014

Speaker: Pastor Alex

“Christ Uses the Parable”

 Matthew 21:1-14

 

Good Friday Service  April 18th, 12:00—1:30 pm

Readers Needed

If you would like to participate as a reader at our Good Friday Service, please contact Joyce Selva at 586-420-0456/email: jscollection@yahoo.com, or call the Net office at 586-254-5210.

 

Easter Sunday, April 20th

Easter Egg Hunt and Continental Breakfast

Please join us for our annual Easter continental breakfast and Easter egg hunt at 9:15 am on Easter Sunday morning as a means to reach our community for Christ. After the continental breakfast we will have a short service followed by an egg hunt for kids ages 2-11. Please pray for this event.

Individually wrapped candy donations are needed (no peanut products please.) There will be a box in the kitchen if you wish to contribute these items for the kids.

Volunteers needed: please sign the volunteer sheet on the information table at the back of the church. If you want to help Margaret with the food please call her at the Net office: 586-254-5210.

 

Prayer Meeting

Our next morning prayer meeting will be held on the first Friday of the month, May 2nd at 10:30 am. Please mark your calendar.

 

Passover Seder at Congregation Beth Messiah

You are invited to join Congregation Beth Messiah for their Passover Seder on Friday, April 18th at 6:30 pm. The Seder will be held at Farina’s Banquet Center in Berkley. Cost is $15 for adults and $9.00 for children 6-10 years old. Tickets must be ordered a.s.a.p. Call 248-546-8009 for more information.

 

Save the Date for the Women’s Retreat

The women’s retreat is coming up soon. The dates are June 20-22 at the Capuchin Retreat Center. Once again we need volunteers to assist with planning the retreat. If you are interested in helping this year, please contact Kathy Frezza at 810-358-3056.

 

Youth Camp

Starting in May, our youth group will begin to raise funds for camp, starting with a bake sale, and then a car wash. We’ll also collect empty pop cans and bottles, so save them up! Watch the bulletin for more details.

 

Are You Feeling Called to Minister to Women?

Abigayle Ministries, a Christian, non-profit program for homeless pregnant women, is seeking a part-time administrative marketing assistant for 20-25 hrs./week. For a job description and more information about the ministry, please see our home page at www.abigayleministries.org. Direct further questions to abigayles@abigayleministries.org or call 586.323.1411.

 

A Word of Appreciation

A word of appreciation to all our members who devoted days of fasting and prayer for Linda Lukasiewicz. She and Paul are extremely grateful for your devotion on her behalf.

 

Transport

Meb (Todd) McFadden has furniture for Charles and Leslie Reed, but someone must pick it up at her house in Rochester, and transport it to the Reeds in the 10 and Van Dyke area. If you can help, contact Meb at 248-318-9607 or call the office.

 

Free Oil Change for Single Parents

Woodside Bible Church is offering a free oil change for single parents on Saturday, May 17th from 9:00-4:00 pm. You must register ahead at 586-758-4750 ext. 308. Woodside is located on Hoover in Warren.

 

 

Toddler Room                              Next Week’s Aides:

Carolyn Paul                                  No Toddler Room Today

Mickey Langer                               Happy Easter!

 

 

From the beginning, the Fisherman’s Net has been involved in promoting God’s Love through the teachings of His Son, Jesus Christ. By accepting Jesus’ instructions, we can have access to God through repentance and the forgiveness of our sins. By this process, we become connected to Him in a personal way.

To understand God’s purposes for our lives, we turn to what we consider the “Manual for Life”, the Holy Bible. The Net provides a comprehensive Bible study program throughout the year for both young and old.

At the Net, ministry takes on various forms of expression: Music, Drama, Intercessory Prayer, Helps, Exhortation, Counseling, Youth, Teen, Community Outreach and Foreign Missions are some examples.

 

 

 

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