Speaker

José Bourget

Originally from the Dominican Republic, José Bourget grew up in a small Hispanic church in Detroit, MI. They empowered him to give all for God's Kingdom. Since then José has sought to engage others to do the same. He believes the world needs people who embrace the uniqueness that their Creator gave them to bring healing and hope.

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Offering

Saturday, July 16, 2016
Program: 
As We Begin
Prelude in G Major • J.S. Bach
Praise
Here I Am To Worship • Lovely Lord • Heart of Worship
Prayer
Rodlie Ortiz
Baby Dedication
Gabriella Ayleen Orellana presented by Michael Orellana & Ruth Castro with Roy Gane
Tithes & Offerings
Sweet Hour of Prayer • William Bradbury
Children's Story
Worship in Music
Ronald Knott, tenor, William Fagal, baritone, Tim Arena, piano
Draw Me Nearer • Ovid Young
Sermon
“God and Mister Rogers: Won't You Be My Neighbor?"—Part 4 José Bourget
Connect Card
Hymn
When the Church of Jesus • 581
As We Depart
Heroic Postlude • Alec Rowley

More In This Series

07/30/2016
Not our arguments as much as our influence will finish Christ's work, because nobody was ever won to Jesus by a person he didn't like. "The influence of a holy life is the most convincing sermon that can be given in favor of Christianity. Argument, even when unanswerable, may provoke only opposition; but a godly example has a power that it is impossible wholly to resist” (AA 510.2).
07/23/2016
Part 5 of this sermon series focuses on the question: "Who is my neighbor?" Using the familiar story of the Good Samaritan, we will study the parallels between Jesus'; audience in Jericho that day and those of us who today may still be pondering, "Who is my neighbor?" and how will my actions reflect the principle illustrated by the unwanted, rejected Samaritan who showed mercy to his enemy.
07/09/2016
Part 3 explores the disciples' experience on the road to Emmaus; a story worth retelling because it reminds us that our Christian journey starts with God.
07/02/2016
The story of Zacchaeus is one that is often set aside for children, in this message however we explore the story to find where we as a church stand. The picture of evangelism and the gospel that unfolds in this story offer something for the followers of Jesus today.
06/25/2016
What do you think about when you hear the words personal evangelism? For most people, those words carry a lot of baggage. It evokes scary memories of going door-to-door or speaking with strangers. But is that what evangelism is actually about? In Part 1 of this series we’ll explore the model that Jesus gives, and here’s the good news—it doesn’t involve speaking with strangers.
(Flyer, TV, Google search, name of person who invited you, etc.)
Annual Hayride

It’s that time of the year again! Join us and have fun with your friends and family on the hayride! Hot dogs, veggies, chips, s’mores, and beverages will be served.

5:30-7:30 PM Sunday October 20, 2019
Location: Five Pines Ministries, 6597 Smith Rd. Berrien Center

Grief and Loss Colloquium

In this time of earth’s history, losses of all types are inevitable. We will not only face “normal” death events of loved ones and church members, but traumatic events with large-scale death. This resulting trauma must be anticipated. Preparation to be of help to others even while grieving ourselves will become essential. Now is the time to become prepared to use a set of skills that will be helpful and reflect the process that Jesus used when He was on earth.

9:00 AM Sunday September 22, 2019
Location: Theological Seminary S340

Adventist Forum Meeting

Dr. Gary Fraser, director of the Loma Linda Health Study, will present "Living Longer, Living Better: Exploring the Adventist Health Studies" on September 28, 2019 at 3:30 in Garber Auditorium, Chan Shun Hall.  This meeting is open to everyone!

3:30 PM September 28, 2019
Location: Garber Auditorium, Chan Shun Hall

Committed

Committed was founded in 2003, and the group solidified their sound while at school together at Oakwood University in Huntsville, AL. It has been their strong faith, hard work and creativity that has gotten them to the point of being called one of the nation’s top ten a cappella groups.

7:00 PM October 13
Location: Howard Performing Arts Center

Traffic Ministry

Volunteers are needed to commit to one Sabbath a month to help with the flow of traffic during services. If interested or for more info call, text, or email Derrill at 732.379.1300 or legoh@ andrews.edu

Aruna Quartet

The gold medal recipients of the largest chamber music competition in the world are making a stop on their Winner’s Tour across the Midwest. Since forming at Texas Tech University in the fall of 2015, the Aruna Quartet has performed a wide range of traditional and contemporary repertoire.  Aruna Quartet was awarded the Gold Medal and Grand Prize at the 46th Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition held on the campus of the University of Notre Dame this year.

7:00 PM, September 22, 2019 
Location: Howard Performing Arts Center

Engaged Encounter

Seriously Dating, Engaged, And Newlyweds, register now for an intensive weekend that will supercharge your relationship and help lay the foundation for a successful marriage.

November 1-3

Children's Leadership Conference

The Center for Youth Evangelism along with the North American Division is hosting a Children's Leadership Conference October 12 and Pathfinder Leadership Training October 11-12 at Andrews University. The purpose of this event is to empower leaders to equip parents. Registration and more information can be found at www.cye.org.

PMC Prayer Ministry Team Seeking New Members

Please join our PMC Prayer Ministry Team by volunteering to pray with us during 1st or 2nd service on available Sabbaths. We need you to help us intensify and grow this ministry. For more information contact Andrea Gibbs.

Contact: Andrea Gibbs - gibbsak777@gmail.com | (209) 663-9891 (can text)