SABBATH SCHOOL CLASSES 9:30 AM Sabbath School Class Locations
Ages 0–12: Classrooms in South Hall
Earliteen: South classroom
Youth (ages 16+): South classroom
Adult Quarterly: Sanctuary- Darl Bidleman, Don Ingersoll & Ross Workman
Adult Quarterly: North Classroom—Sherle Skeels & Ross Workman
Adult Quarterly: South Classroom—Earl Wilson
Gems of Revelation: Fellowship Hall—Chris Calvin
New Believer's Class: Fellowship Hall-Pastor Korter
THE CHURCH AT WORSHIP
Church Service 10:40 AM
SONG SERVICE Vasty & Daniela Alpire
#159 "The Old Rugged Cross"
#623 "I Will Follow Thee" Welcome/Announcements Kyle Pepple
Ministry Moment VBS Highlights
Invocation* Kyle Pepple
Hymn of Praise* #221 "Rejoice, the Lord is King"
Tithes & Offerings Jack Bidleman " NAD Women's Ministries"
Children's Story Stephanie Kwon
Prayer^ Corey Wilson
Scripture Edie Sumpay " Psalm 85:10-11 "
Special Music Karen Spinosa
Sermon Pastor Korter
"Kissed By God"
Closing Song #206
"Face To Face"
Piano: Iriana Korter
*Congregation Stand ^Congregation Kneel
Welcome visitors.! May you receive a blessing today as you join us in worshiping our Savior. Please stay for food and fellowship at our all-church potluck immediately following the church service in the Fellowship Hall.
Men's Ministry Breakfast and video Sunday, July 14th 8:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall. All men are welcome and encouraged to invite non-church friends. Coordinator: Glenn Perry.
Elder's Meeting- Tuesday, July 16th 5:30 PM.
Church Board Meeting- Tuesday, July 14th 6:30 PM in Fellowship Hall.
Lucinda Robbins Memorial (Luella and Rudy Raatz’s daughter) Friday, July 19, 2019 at 3PM at Valley View. Dan Luce will conduct the service.
Benefit Concert for Border Shelters in Texas-Sunday, July 21st 7 PM at the Celebration Lutheran Church, 801 8th Street NE, East Wenatchee. Natalie Kahler (Cashmere SDA Church member) will be performing along with several friends, Latin vocals and instrumentals. Financial donations will go for purchasing clothing, personal hygiene items, etc. For more information, contact Natalie (509)670-9840.
Pathfinder Oshkosh 2019 Fundraiser-Crunchy Homemade Granola for $5 per lb. Options: Cranberry, Dark chocolate, Dates, Raisins, Plain. All come with: oats, almonds,sesame seeds, coconut, honey, sugar cane, and barley. Place an order by contacting Samy Spinosa (360)525-5338.
Northeast Washington Campmeeting-July 23-27 at Sheridan Meadows Adventist Retreat Center, Republic, WA. For more information: www.campmeeting.webs.com. A few flyers are on the library counter in the church lobby.
Farm Fresh Eggs Available. In the refrigerator in the kitchen. $2.50 a dozen. Mark tithe envelope “Worthy Student Fund-Eggs."
Today: Dinner Hosts: Larsen/Pearsall
8:55 PM Sunset
Sunday: 8:30 AM Men's Breakfast and video
Tuesday: 10:30 AM Sail Class 5:30 PM Elders Meeting
6:30 PM Church Board Meeting
Wednesday: 6:30 PM CPR-Church, Prayer, and Reading Thursday: 10:30 AM Sail Class
Friday: 8:56 PM Sunset 4:00 PM Lucinda Robbins Memorial Service Sabbath: Speaker: Pastor Korter Elder: Don Ingersoll Dinner Hosts: Wilson's Class 8:49 PM Sunset
Healing for Don Cage(Bear), Nancy Webber, Donna Brunz(Ladonna Frank's mother), Joyce Day, Clyde Skeels, Eskild Larsen, Alexis Dawson, Patty Ingersoll, Dave Wilson, Tamara Smith, Quentin Minard, Jordan Wilson, Ruth Alpire's mom, Clyde Henderson, Tyson Thornton.
Teachers, Staff, and Students
Conference and Local Church Leadership
Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
Ministering to Those in Need
Seventh-day Adventists are called to proclaim “the everlasting gospel” (Rev. 14:6) to all the world. By so doing, we are simply obeying Jesus’ words about making disciples, baptising them, and “teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you” (Matt. 28:20, NKJV). And among the things He commanded was that we minister to the hurting, the downtrodden, the poor, the hungry, the imprisoned.
After all, it was Jesus who, after telling the parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:30-36), then commanded His listeners: “Go and do likewise” (Luke 10:37, NKJV). It was Jesus who, in depicting the time when He would divide the nations before Him as a “shepherd divides his sheep from the goats” (Matt. 25:32, NKJV), talked about just how important helping the hungry, the sick, the naked, and the imprisoned really is. “Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me” (Matt. 25:40, NKJV).
In other words, along with proclaiming the great truths about salvation, the sanctuary, the state of the dead, and the perpetuity of the law, we are to minister to the needs of others. And what better way to reach people than by working in their behalf, too? As Ellen G. White famously wrote: “Christ’s method alone will give true success in reaching the people. The Saviour mingled with men as one who desired their good. He showed His sympathy for them, ministered to their needs, and won their confidence. Then He bade them, ‘Follow Me’”. – The Ministry of Healing, p. 143.