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MIDDLETOWN SEVENTH-DAY CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
October 1, 2016
 
  • Keep the Sabbath Holy! Sunset Tonight, October 1st is at 6:39 P.M. Sunset next Friday, October 8th will be at 6:29 P.M.
 
  • TODAY: Pathfinder Day. Enjoy a day of Power Inspiration, Passionate Ministry, and Love led out by Young Leaders of today and tomorrow with special guest Pastor Roger Wade. See flyer or Jacquie Thompson, for more details.
 
  • We extend our deepest condolences and sympathies to the bereaved family of Ulrick Placide, Sr. We offer you our thoughts, prayers and well-wishes during this dark time in your life.
 
  • Services for Ulrick Placide, Sr.: *October 9, 2016, Hebron SDA Church (1256 Dean St. Brooklyn, NY 11216). Viewing: 1PM-2:30PM; Service: 2:30-4:30PM. *October 11, 2016: Burial at 11:30AM, Fantinekill Cemetery (Route 209 Ellenville, NY 12428. See Sis. Laura Andrew for more details.
 
  • Next Sabbath:  Town Hall Meeting after sunset at the church.
 
  • All prayer warriors are invited to a prayer meeting every Wednesday at 6 P.M. that is held in the church sanctuary.
 
  • Please be advised that the bottle drive by our pathfinders is still ongoing. Sister Thompson will take or arrange to have them picked up if necessary. Thanks to all who is willing to support our pathfinders!
 
  • This week’s Community Service Pantry items: Dry and or canned beans and rice
 
 
“Pray for one another …” (James 5:16)
 
  • Emmanuel Louis, Adolf, Susan, Irene, Devon Tugman and family, Donald Giuttary, Victor Leidich, Roosevelt and family, Aldrin Arrogante, Susan, Victims and families of the recent shooting in Davao, Philippines; Steven Rocco (healing); Tammy & Jason; Carol & Rick; Belinda & Edward; Placide’s Family; Tugman Family.
 
“I was sick and you visited Me…” (Matthew 25:26)
 
Barbara Murphy                                         Blue Sky Mobile Home Park
Agata James-Lansiquot                              Hospital
 
 
Just a thought…
 
“True Christian love cherished in the heart and exemplified in the life, would teach us to put the best possible construction upon the course of our brethren. We should be as jealous of their reputation as of our own. If we are forever suspecting evil, this very fact will so shape their course of action as to produce the very evil which we have allowed ourselves to suspect. In this way, a great many difficulties are manufactured that otherwise would never have had birth, and brethren are often wronged by our being suspicious, free to judge their motives, and express our opinion to others in regard to their actions. That which one may be ready to construe into grave wrongs, may be no more than we ourselves are chargeable with every day (Ellen G. White, The Review and Herald (15 April 1880).