COATES STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

601 West Coates Street

Moberly, MO  65270

(660) 263-4571

Rev. Joel W. Lynn,  Pastor

Email:  cspcmoberly@gmail.com

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WEEKEND UPDATE

 

All are invited to join at Worship with the Lord at Coates Street Presbyterian Church.

We Seek to Know Christ’s Love and Minister in His Name

The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world and all who dwell in it.    For He founded it upon the seas and established it upon the waters.         Psalm 24:1-2

 

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NOVEMBER                                                                                                                Elder Greeter:  Dale Sanders                                                                         Deacon Head Usher:  Julie Bass                                                                Deacon Assistant Usher:  Mary Riley

DECEMBER

ELDER GREETER:  Stefanie Riley   DEACON HEAD USHER:  Becky Dulany   ASSISTANT USHERS LISTED WEEKLY AS FOLLOWS:  12/1 Dan Bishop; 12/8 Steve Lankford, 12/15 Julie Bass, 12/22 Kelise Burkett, 12/24 Mary Riley, 12/29 Mary Riley

COMMUNION MINISTERS for Dec. 1st:     Stefanie Riley, Susan Arment, Nathan Schafer, J.W. Ballinger,

Royalin Carlson and Dale Sanders        Note:  If you are not able to serve communion, please ask someone to substitute for you.  Anyone in the congregation who has served as an elder may substitute for you.

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Congratulations to Royalin Carlson, Diane Fischer, Connie Rumbaugh and Jeff Rumbaugh for being awarded the Evelyn Bedell award.  The award is named after Evelyn Bedell, who was a pastor at the Bellflower Presbyterian Church after going to seminary at the age of 72.  Thank you to these fine members of Coates Street Presbyterian Church for your many years and continued years of service to our Church.  Pastor Joel will recognize them this Sunday with their awards.

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REMEMBER IN PRAYER: Avas Del Church, Jim Coyle, Roscoe Turner,     Larry Walker, Dan & Laura Festa, Tom Schafer, Arla Stone, Rebecca Benoit, Don Mueller, Scott Bishop, Lois Corderman, Sara Cariker, Connie Watko, Teri McGinnis, Stephanie Heimann, Jennifer Wilson, Kathy Long,             Ryan Unger, Heather Cleavinger, Susan Staiger, Ruth Ann Reid, Tom Fuhrman, Gary Fruits, Bud Prewitt, Nancy Humphrey, April Bowling,        Rick & Kathy Buxton, Barbara Moore, Nathaniel Wimmer, Becky Thomas of Florida, David Weis, Jeff Stone, David Viley, Kenlee Lewis, Aaron Baker,  Paul Copenhaver, Dr. David Whitson, Rhonda Blakey, Cora Jane Neff,   Maurice & Shirley Heddinghaus, Sue Rocket, Wanda Hunker,             Sherilyn Peters,  Alice Walters,  Eva Russell,  Pat & Janet Craig, Janie Riley, Sharon Riley,  Harley Mattox, Jay Ridgway, Becky Dulany,                              Jayme Clevenger, Family of Sonya Faiella, Family of Willie Koffman,        Family of Naida Dunn, Missouri Prison Angel Tree Program,                      Silex Presbyterian Church

Please notify the office if you have someone to add to or remove from the Prayer list.  Thank you!          

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; and lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil.  For thine is the kingdom,

and the power, and glory, forever.

Amen.

 

MORNING PRAYER    God of comfort, we give thanks for the dawning of a new day.  Even though we have turned from you, you have reached for us.  Even though we have been afraid you have been our strength and our might.  May we draw life-giving water with joy this day, giving thanks for the multitude of gifts and challenges we face, singing praises to the Lord throughout all the earth. Amen.

 

EVENING PRAYER   God of salvation, we are reminded of the myriad of ways you have strengthened and supported us today.  In the midst of challenge and promise you reach for us.  You create a new heaven and a new earth and call us to participate in the renewing of hearts and minds.  Be with us and those we love this night.  Be with your beloved whose fear prevails over your comfort, and bring us through this night to the dawning of a new day. Amen.

 

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 YOUTH GROUP NEWS: 

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them,

for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” 

                                                                            Matthew 19:14            

Do you have a school aged child or grandchild?  Please consider signing them up to attend our youth program.

 For each group, CSPC provides a healthy snack, different ways to learn about Jesus in the weekly lessons and crafts or activities   to help reinforce the lessons. 

Mary has a way of telling the stories of Jesus on the child’s level, they all are tuned into her as she tells the story.

 

Would you like to become involved in the youth programs? 

Volunteers are always needed to help. 

See Mary to sign up!  Youth groups will be starting up soon, be thinking of how you can become involved.  The children are picked up from school on the CSPC bus, and transported to the church, parents pick them up here after group meetings.

YOUTH GROUPS MEET AS FOLLOWS, during the school year:

Combined class of Middle School & High School – Meets on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of the month from 6-8 PM  next meeting: November 24th 

Elementary School – Thursdays from 3:15-5:15 PM next meeting: November 21st  

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GBE student and one of CSPC’s active youth group members, Carter Bloss, wrote a letter to the principals asking about getting a microwave put in the lunchroom for students to use. Once they approved it. He presented the idea to PTO to see if they would sponsor his idea. They were pleased to help and even bought 2!! Once students are taught the microwave expectations, things will start heating up! Thank you Carter for this idea and Thank you GBE PTO for purchasing them.

 

 

 

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CHURCH NEWS & NOTES, LOOKING AHEAD:

Fall means leaves, winter means SNOW!  Yes, it is fall or is it winter? Who knows, I don’t think Mother Nature knows either!  The leaves around the church have begun to fall to the ground.  AND when it is cold enough, the snow falls!  If we could have a couple of volunteers to rake the leaves OR push the snow off the walks before Worship, the next few Sundays that would be great!  Thank you for helping keep the front steps and elevator entrance clean and free of debris and snow!

It is the time of the year where we begin to think about the stewardship of our church. We enter into prayer and discernment of what we will each commit to funding the missions of our church in the coming year. Thank you for your contributions in the past that have kept our congregation’s mission going for over a century. Let us look now towards our future and how we can sustain or even grow our ministries. Consider if you can make a small weekly increase in your pledge or if you are able to give a special one-time gift. Be on the lookout for letters from our stewardship committee. Thank you and God bless you and yours.

The Nominating Committee is working on their slate of Elder and Deacon Candidates for the Class of 2022. Please prayerfully consider who you would like to have nominated or if that’s something you feel called to do. If you have a suggestion for the committee, please speak to one of the members. Committee members are: Elder J. W. Ballinger, Elder Bob Riley, Deacon Connie Rumbaugh, Lisa Briggs and Chris Weis.

Care and Fellowship currently has 17 college students to receive a care package.  If you have a student in college, please notify the office of their address.  Packages will be sent Dec. 3rd

Fellowship Groups are meeting on Tuesday and Thursdays. Call the office for meeting times and more information.

 Choir rehearsals are Wednesday’s at 5:30 PM.

Session meets Wednesday, November 20th at 6:30PM

Women’s group will be meeting on Saturday mornings at the Church at 9:30 AM, starting on Saturday Nov. 23.  Everyone is welcome to join at any time.

You are invited for Thanksgiving Dinner this Sunday, Nov. 17th after Worship. The church will provide the meat, green beans, mashed potatoes & gravy, rolls, dressing and drinks.  Everyone is encouraged to bring a side dish and or a dessert.

Coates Street Presbyterian Church will be one of the Moberly Churches featured in this year’s Church Tour to be held December 7th   from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.  Moberly’s Christmas Parade and Living Windows will also be December 7th. More details to be announced as the event approaches. 

 Choir rehearsal’s are Wednesdays at 5:30 PM.  Anyone that likes to sing, is invited to join the CSPC Choir with Denise Caldarello as the Choir Director. 

Be sure to get a copy of “These Days, Daily Devotions for Living by Faith” and/or “The Upper Room, Where the world meets to pray”.  Free copies are in the Parlor. 

Do you know someone in the CSPC community who would like to attend Worship, Church events or may need a ride to Doctor appointments, need to go grocery shopping, or have someone pick up your groceries? Call the Church office to see if one of our volunteers can help!

Pastor Joel is visiting with people that are not always able to come to Church, he can take them Communion also, if they wish. If you know someone who would like a visit from Pastor Joel, please let the office know, or contact Pastor Joel.

Our “WEEKEND UPDATE” is sent out every Friday, to all that are on our email list, and for those with no emails, we will mail a copy to them.  Please call the office, if you would like to be added to the list.

Do you have news, special reading or suggestions? These can be pictures of you, family or pictures of pretty scenery, sunsets, sunrises etc.  You can email, mail or bring your news etc… To the office.

If you know someone that would like to be added to our WEEKEND UPDATE email OR mailing list, please let the office know and we will be sure to add them.

Are you “friends” with Coates Street Presbyterian Church on Facebook?  Be sure to “like” our page to follow us!

Be sure to visit the Lending Library in the hallway!  The Congregational Care Committee invites you to TAKE A BOOK, BRING A BOOK and pass them on or return them.  Religious or not!

Thank you note to the Deacons:

Greetings in Christ!  We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your generous donation of $100.00 to the 2019 Community Goodwill Thanksgiving Dinner.  With the assistance of community donations, we have been serving people in Moberly and surrounding area a Thanksgiving Dinner every year for the past 14 years.  We are quite blessed to have assistance with donations and many volunteers who make this event a success.  Thank you for your kindness!               Sincerely, Amy Doepke and Kay Lannert, Event Chairpersons.

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    • COMMUNITY NEWS & NOTES:

    • Moberly Optimist Club is sponsoring an Area Blood Drive will be at St. Pius church Undercroft at 209 S. Williams, Moberly.  Tuesday, November 19th from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

      The Moberly High School Preforming Arts will have their Fall Musical, My Fair Lady from November 21st-23rd at 7:00 p.m. at the MHS Performing Arts Center. 

        • Zion Lutheran Church will once again host the Annual Community Goodwill Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28th.  Dinner will be served from 11 am – 2pm.  Featuring turkey, dressing and all the trimmings.  Meals will also be delivered to the needy infirm and homebound in Moberly.  There are many ways you can volunteer: Make a contribution to purchase groceries and supplies, volunteer to help on Thanksgiving Day, Bring a pie or two.  For more information, contact Zion Lutheran Church 660-263-3256 ext. 10.

          The Moberly High School Preforming Arts will have their Choir Concert Dec. 3rd at 7:00 p.m. at the MHS Performing Arts Center.

          Frosty 5K will be December 13th with the doors opening up at 4:30pm and the race starts at 6pm at the Rothwell Park Lodge. The cost is $25 per person. Register before December 1st for a $5 discount.

           

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The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.  Therefore, I will pray that the Lord of the harvest will send out workers into His harvest. 

Matthew 9:37-38; Luke 10:2