June 9th, 2024

Bible Study  - 9:30 a.m.

Devotional Reading
Ray Smith
Wayne Brosius
Boomer Bible Study
Main Auditorium
Teacher - Bill Fiscus, Topic-Acts
Youth Bible Studies
Downstairs Classrooms
Gen X - Z
Haugh Hall
Teacher - Mike Smith, Topic - Peace

Worship - 10:20 a.m.

Prayer for the Sick
Mike Glinkerman
Sermon Preview
Mike Smith
O They Tell Me of a Home
Wayne Brosius
No Tears in Heaven
Wayne Brosius
Scripture Reading
Ezekiel 34: 1-10
Mike Bowley
Opening Prayer
Dean Smith
No One Ever Cared for Me Like Jesus
Wayne Brosius
"Protecting the Flock"
Mike Smith
Invitation Hymn
Lord I'm Coming Home
Wayne Brosius
Communion Hymn
Nailed to the Cross
Wayne Brosius
Ernie Kunselman (speaker), Chris Shovestull, Russ Goddard, Ray Smith, Mike Bowley
Church Highlight
Child Protection Policy
Child Protection Policy
Ethan Jones
Closing Hymn
Take Time to be Holy
Wayne Brosius
Closing Prayer
Kris Smith

Wednesday Bible Studies

7:00 pm Bible Study
Main Auditorium
Subject - 1 Timothy
7:00 pm Youth Classes
Downstairs Classrooms
Wednesday Evening Devotional Leader
Wayne Brosius


Women's Bible Study: In preparation women who want to participate should read James throughout June. July 7th after morning services there will be a meal and time of discussion on the topic. https://messaging.subsplash.com/NPQ6Q4 
Our next pot luck lunch will be held Today after morning services. Come for the food, stay for the fellowship!
There will be a Day Camp prep work day Friday, starting at 9am. We will be cleaning the HH house as well as making other facility preparations.

Norma Thomas will be celebrating her 97th birthday on June 17th with a card shower. Let's shower her with cards! Her address is 285 Haugh Hollow Rd, Brookville, PA 15825.
Day Camp is scheduled for June 24 - 28. Sign up sheets are in the foyer for those willing to help. https://www.summervillepachurchofchrist.com/day-camp

Kerr's Korner

Salmon-Flavored Cherries

By John Kerr

Does that sound as disgusting to you as it does to me?  I saw Mount Rainier cherries at the grocery store the other day.  They appear for only a short season on the shelf.  The flavor, texture and sweetness are outstanding.  I ate some after supper the same night I bought them.  These were the first of the season for me and I must admit my anticipation was a bit much.  You can imagine my dismay when they had a touch of salmon flavor to them.  How could that be?!?!
Of course!  We had Mediterranean seasoned salmon for supper.  It apparently lingers not only in the air, but on the taste buds.  I cleansed my palate, adjusted my expectations and resumed savoring my treat.  Much better!
When we attempt to be a Christian without cleansing the palate of the soul, it will not leave a very good flavor of Christ to those around us.  Colossians 3: 8But now you must rid yourselves of all such things as these: anger, rage, malice, slander, and filthy language from your lips. 9Do not lie to each other, since you have taken off your old self with its practices 10and have put on the new self, which is being renewed in knowledge in the image of its Creator.
I Corinthians 5: 6Your boasting is not good. Don’t you know that a little yeast works through the whole batch of dough? 7Get rid of the old yeast that you may be a new batch without yeast—as you really are. For Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed. 8Therefore let us keep the Festival, not with the old yeast, the yeast of malice and wickedness, but with bread without yeast, the bread of sincerity and truth.
Joshua, Israel’s great commander, issued this challenge:  Joshua 24: 14“Now fear the LORD and serve him with all faithfulness. Throw away the gods your forefathers worshiped beyond the River and in Egypt, and serve the LORD. 15But if serving the LORD seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods your forefathers served beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you are living. But as for me and my household, we will serve the LORD.”

Wayne's  Wacky Words

Cattywampus  - This is a term that you will find in the Midland and Southern United States. It is referring to something that is in disarray, that is askew, or something that isn’t directly across from something. For example, a post office might be cattywampus from the library. You might actually know this word by the terms catty-corner, kitty-corner, or catawampus.    

Kerry's Kar Tips

A weekly auto tip from our resident expert!

        How Good Is Your Lube, Oil, and Filter Service? 
  How does a chain - lube, oil, and filter - facility stay open? Statistics show that these companies average two hundred dollars per vehicle when running through their oil service center. WOW!
A well-crafted service checklist, a hallmark of our service, is a reliable tool that accompanies every service. It's a system that's easily replicable and is imparted to every Service Technician we hire. This streamlined approach not only ensures consistency but also contributes to our financial success when implemented fairly and accurately.
Is it that easy? Being able to teach and duplicate the service always allows better profit because of efficiency. The "list" method works if you are a chain service center. I am unsure about the Independent Service Center or our NAPA Auto Care Center. Many of our regular customers didn't care for the checklist. One of my long-time customers came out and told me she didn't like it. She felt we were trying to get all we could from her. Don't get me wrong; I am not saying the Oil Chain Center was taking advantage; I am simply bringing forth a discussion you may want to have at your auto service center.

Our aim has always been to maintain a professional image. NAPA provides us with a range of inspection forms to choose from. The initial checklist was designed to be complementary and recommended for every oil change service. This concept is far from new; we've been inspecting tires, fluids, belts, hoses, filters, and suspension since my Father established a Sterling Gas Station in 1956. We believed we were providing a valuable service to our customers by ensuring these components were in good condition. And it's a strategy that has stood the test of time, as we were still thriving in 2022 when I retired.

Happy Motoring!!

IN our Prayers

Health needs

Mary Ellen Smith
Resident at Jefferson Manor. In addition to prayers, calls and visits are appreciated.
Sally Smiley
Resident at McKinley (rm 323). In addition to prayers, visits are sure to bring a smile to both Sally and your faces.
Landon Fawcett
Chronic illness that causes tumors throughout his body.
Marshall Moore Sr.
Recovering from recent brain surgery and was just diagnosed with an aggressive brain cancer.
Jason Fetterman
Is recovering quicker than expected but still has much room for God's help.
Margaret Snider
Recently moved to an assisted living due to decreased mobility and health. Margaret attends online from the New Liskeard ON area.
John Meier
Leg amputation and associated pain.
Doris Biggie
Breast cancer.
Roberta Hetrick
Shoulder ball socket surgery complications. The joint has separated.
Steve Delvern
Ongoing battle with lung cancer.
Judy Clinger
Ongoing battle with cancer.
Aldean Dehner
Struggling with health concerns.
Luann Murray
Stroke recovery.
Janice Huber
Health concerns.
Don Shirey
Health issues, recovery from sepsis.
Kerry Stover
Health concerns, hip pain.
Alissa Steffine & Baby
Baby born with heart issues.
John Nichols
Health concerns.
Roger Smith
Health Concerns

Away @ School


Happy Birthday!

Janice Hughey

Serving Next Week 06/16/24

AM Opening Prayer-John Huber
AM Closing Prayer-Chris Shovestull
PM Opening Prayer-Eddie Smith
PM Closing Prayer-Ernie Kunselman
Wed Devo 06/19-Bill Fiscus

Serving the Lord's Table for June
Ernie Kunselman (speaker), Russ Goddard,
Chris Shovestull, Eddie Smith, Mike Bowley

Devotional Reader
Ray Smith

Prayer Request Leader
Mike Glinkerman

Worship Training Center
Megan Himes

Communion Care
Tammy Graff

Kerry& Bev Stover

Livestream (A/V)
Jan Kerr & Amanda Smith


Happy Anniversary!

Mike & Brenda Glinkerman

Jerry & Wanda Smith

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