Faith in Film

Posted on 2014.08.28 by Rebecca • Updated on 2014.09.15

September 13, 2014, 6:30pm in Woodside Center


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Bulletin Aug 30, 2014

Posted on 2014.08.28 by Rebecca • Updated on 2014.09.02

Inviting His Presence


Invocation Rick Johnston

Songs of Praise Hymn

#202, “Hail Him King of Glory” #201, “Christ is Coming”

#213, “Jesus is coming”, #206, “Face to Face”

Hearing His Words

Scripture 1 Corinthians 15:21-22

Special: Music Ladies Trio

When Adam Meets Adam – Elder Brent Lindgren

Responding to His Spirit

Responding with Praise Hymn #495 “Near to the Heart of God”


Children’s story
Closing Song Hymn #530 “It is Well with my Soul”

Parting Blessing – Elder Brent Lindgren

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Bulletin Aug 23, 2014

Posted on 2014.08.21 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.06.24



Worship in Song

# 1 “Praise to the Lord”
# 12 “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee”

Scripture Jeremiah 17: 9

Sermon:  “God’s Toughest Job”-  Rich Kollenberg

Preparation for Prayer # 671 “As We Come to You in Prayer”


Children’s Story

Closing Song # 322 “Nothing Between”

Parting Blessing: Rich Kollenberg


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Bulletin Aug 16, 2014

Posted on 2014.08.14 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.06.24
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Opening Prayer:    Elder Tom Hamilton

Meditation         on screen
Opening Songs  #192 “O Shepherd Divine”
               #212 “‘Tis Almost Time for the Lord to Come”  
Scripture:     Revelation 22:17
Sermon Message: Elder Tom Hamilton      Summer’s Thirst
Prayer Song:    #214 “We Have This Hope” (Verse 2)
Prayer:         Elder
Children’s Story:
Closing Song     #298 “I Lay My Sins on Jesus”
Benediction      Elder Tom HamiltonPostlude          
With thanks and blessing,
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Re-Creation in Nature August 23

Posted on 2014.08.11 by Rebecca • Updated on 2014.08.25

Jenkinson Lake at Sly Parksly park lake

This is a fairly easy trail for families with young children. The dirt trail goes along the lake.

From Sacramento, take 50 East/El Dorado Fwy 48 miles to Sly Park Rd in Pollock Pines. Drive 4.5 miles south on Sly Park Rd, pass Sly Park main entrance, and turn left on Mormon Emigrant Trail. Pass two dams, and park on the right side of the road right after the second dam, near Bumpy Meadows parking area. We will meet at the Bumpy Meadows trail head. Parking is free on the side of the road. It will cost $5 to park at the Bumpy Meadows parking. Dogs are allowed on the trail but not in the water.

We will have a picnic supper after the hike.

You may bring swimwear and towels/slippers to play in the water.

Travel time: about 65 minutes one way.

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Joy of Cooking School Aug 16

Posted on 2014.08.11 by Rebecca • Updated on 2014.08.25

pot pie aug 2014

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