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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.


Saturday, November 07, 2020
Opening Music
"Come, God Creator, Holy Spirit" • Johann Sebastian Bach
Kenneth Logan, Minister of Music, Pioneer Memorial Church
Welcome & Call to Worship & Prayer
Jenifer Daley, Associate Pastor, Pioneer Memorial Church
* "Coming Again!": A Hymn Cycle
"Lift Up the Trumpet" • "Joy to the World" • "The Lord is Coming" • "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder" • "We Have this Hope"
Pioneer Sanctuary Choir; Brenton Offenback, director; Kenneth Logan, Minister of Music, organ
"My Worship" • "Holy Is The Lord" • "Do It Again"
Leo Aguilera, praise leader; Maia Hamstra, Olivia Hall, vocals; Nathaniel Chung, keyboard; Lucas Aguiar, electric guitar; Gabe Krause, keyboard; Dave Cosejo, acoustic guitar; Andrews Weiss-Segui, bass; Elliott Park, cajon
Congregational Prayer
Jenifer Daley, Nashonie Chang, Maureen Raj
Michael Adaigbe, Student, with Kyle Smith, Andrews University Assistant Chaplain
Amarpreet Sudhaker, Student, with Kyle Smith, Andrews University Assistant Chaplain
Children's Story and Prayer
Julie Clayburn, Sabbath School Teacher; Kudzani & Kushata
Scripture Reading
Acts 2:17-21 NIV
Gillian Howard, Elder, Pioneer Memorial Church
Worship in Music
"Come!" • Kenneth Logan
Pioneer Sanctuary Choir; Brenton Offenback, director; Kenneth Logan, Minister of Music, organ
"American Apocalypse: Where Are We Headed? From Here to Eternity"
Dwight K. Nelson, Lead Pastor
Connect Card & Prayer
Closing Hymn
Jenifer Daley, Associate Pastor, Pioneer Memorial Church
Closing Music
"We Have This Hope" • Wayne Hooper
Kenneth Logan, organ
* First Service Only
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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 for more information and ask for an application form.

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