Speaker

Dwight K. Nelson

Since 1983, Dwight Nelson has served as lead pastor of the Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University. He preaches on the “New Perceptions” telecast, teaches at the theological seminary and has written some books, including The Chosen. He and his wife, Karen, are blessed with two married children and 2 granddaughters.

Offering

“Come unto Me.” A simple invitation with the potential to yoke us up with Jesus, redeem and empower. But with our fast-paced lives and full schedules as they are today, coming unto Him is easier said than done on a daily basis. Which is why Pastor Dwight’s own personal method for getting it done has been found to be so practical and workable by thousands today.
Saturday, February 27, 2010

More In This Series

02/20/2010
Highly convictional religious communities can unwittingly skew the view of the bottom line, leading to the very disobedience they seek to avert. There’s only one remedy. The next generation, as ours, will die without it.
03/06/2010
Intimacy with God! A classic Bible story reveals its necessity, its simplicity, its complexity, and will get you in touch with both the Martha-side and Mary-side of your own heart.
03/20/2010
There is something deep in the human spirit that resists being compelled to do anything, unless what compels us also heals us.
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Howard Center Presents "Welcome Christmas: Peace on Earth"

The award-winning Andrews University Singers and Chorale conducted by Stephen Zork collaborate with the Andrews University Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marc Élysée in the 25th annual presentation of Welcome Christmas. The theme of the concert is “Peace on Earth” and comprised of a festive garland of heartwarming and endearing sacred and secular symphonic choral works and carols. The variety of musical offerings encompass Giacomo Puccini’s “Gloria” to Harry Simeon’s choral setting of “’Twas the Night Before Christmas”. Join us for this special concert featuring special guest soloists and presenters.

Christmas Banquet for Seniors Sunday, December 10

The Christmas Banquet for Seniors comes this year on Sunday, the 10th of December, at 1:00 PM at the Village Church Fellowship Hall. This year, Village Church is responsible for decorating the tables, the meal, and the program. (Next year it will be PMC's turn.) The cost of the meal is $20 for everyone. However, PMC and Village Church will pay for all attending Senior members of their respective churches. All other Senior members will need to pay at the door. If you have not yet signed up for the Christmas Banquet, please call either the Village SDA Church at 269-471-7795 OR Pioneer Memorial Church at 269-471-3133 OR Cleon White at 269-471-5553 by December 5.

Berrien Springs Garden Club Sawyer Home & Garden Center

Join the Berrien Springs Garden Club for a free tour of the spectacular Sawyer Home & Garden Center including their Farm Market! Sample new jams, have a hot chocolate, and take home a fresh holiday wreath! Sunday Dec. 3, 2023 3-5 PM 5865 Sawyer Rd Sawyer MI 49125 Meet us there, or carpool from Berrien Springs at 2:15 PM. Email mariannegardens@gmail.com by Nov 30th if you need a ride.

Clothing Donation Drive

The Social Sciences and Social Justice club is a department club on campus that is currently running a clothing drive this semester where we are collecting clothes from students, staff, and faculty on campus to create a pop-up thrift store in December for
a fundraiser. This fundraiser's profit will be going towards Phoenicia Finesse, a project in Lebanon that helps fund reusable napkins for women in need, as well as educating them on menstrual cycles. We currently have a drop-off box in the Campus Center as well as in the PMC lobby, so any donations are appreciated! The pop-up will be on December 3rd from 3-6 PM, so if you would like to donate, please come by!

Something in Common presents the Love and Respect video series with Dr. Emerson Eggerich

The Series continues each Sabbath through December 16. Come join us in PMC Room 141 each Sabbath morning from 10:30-11:30. Everyone is welcome on Sabbath mornings from 10:30-11:30 AM in Room 141

Renovate 2.0 Update #9

Have you tried the new elevator yet? It is complete and the glass door is installed. Many seniors and others with a need for transportation between floors are now able to reach the sanctuary and the lower level. What a blessing! Will you help us reach the goal of having it fully paid for by December of this year? We are over ¾ of the way there. See our temperature gauge in the lobby to see the weekly progress on the last quarter. We can make this happen! Please help pray for the completion of our Fundraising goal. As of 9/23/23, there is $770,105 that has been raised with $229,895 to reach our goal!

Horn Archaeological Museum Volunteer Positions

The Siegfried H. Horn Archaeological Museum is looking for volunteers to help open the museum to the community from 3-5 PM on Sabbath afternoons. If you are interested in Biblical history and how archaeology supports the Scripture, and you would like to share that with others, join our museum docent team. Please call the Assistant Curator at 269-471-6180 or email horncurator@andrews.edu for more information and ask for an application form.

Pray-ers Needed

Each Sabbath morning at both 1st and 2nd services, people gather in "The Prayer Room" to pray for the church service, the participants, the congregants (both in-house and online), and for the prayer requests submitted each week on the Connect Cards (anonymously; requestor names are not included). We participate in the congregational prayer and listen to the sermon on a monitor provided in The Prayer Room. We are in need of more volunteers for both services. You can set your own schedule - once a month, one month a quarter, two months a year, whatever works best for you! If you have a heart to pray for others or are simply looking for more information, please contact Deb Montcalm at greengables75@yahoo.com.

Wednesday Morning Prayer Meeting

Join our Wednesday gathering on Zoom as we share and pray together.

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