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April 28, 2019

April 28, 2019
Speaker: Esther Hosea
Topic: The Great Sheperd


SCHEDULE
Speaker Esther Hosea
Worship Leader Erwin Widiarta
Worship Team Fransisca Poniman Glenn Sebastian
Jennifer Idris Lavinia Harjono
Slide Operator Jonathan Lie
Sound System Aldo Kurnia
Care Ministry Steven Sutjandra Lucky Effendi
Christine Chiu
Indonesian Svc. Rev. Henky Suryantyo
Toddler Class Jennifer Lukanta Fiona Hermawan
Priscilla Christie
Worship Leader &
Sunday School Classes
Kiki Rustam Erniwati Satriya
Erika Fataniah Imelda Pratekto
Lulu Suryani Fransisca Tan
Caleigh Gunawan Paul Tjam
Facility Team: Joseph Ho Hidayat Lioe
Jefry Bani
Refreshments: Hari & Joan Rediawan

 

WORSHIP ORDER
1. Prelude
2. Call To Worship
3. Congregational Singing: Who You Say I Am” & “Nobody Loves Me Like You”
4. **Opening prayer
5. Congregational Singing: Another In The Fire
6. **Intercessory Prayer
7. Mandarin Choir Presentation: “Jesus Lives in Me”
8. Scripture Reading: Psalm 23:1-6
9. Congregational Singing: Another In The Fire
10. Sermon: “The Great Sheperd
11. Congregational Singing: Control
12. Offering & Offering Prayer
13. Memory Verse: Hebrew 13: 20-21
14. Announcement
15. Doxology: No.53 “Doxology
16. Benediction
17. Congregation Response: “Amen, Amen”
18. Postlude
** Please speak quietly while waiting outside and enter the room after the prayer ends.


MEMORY VERSE
“Now may the God of peace who brought up our Lord Jesus from the dead, that great Shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, make you complete in every good work to do His will, working in you what is well pleasing in His sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. Amen.”                                                                                                Hebrew 13: 20 – 21

 

WEEKLY BIBLE READING
Sunday        : 2 Corinthians 4 – 5 Thursday  : Job 35 – 36
Monday       : Exodus 17 – 20 Friday      : Jeremiah 27 – 31
Tuesday      : 2 Samuel 5 – 9 Saturday  : Mark 15 – 16
Wednesday : Psalm 51 – 53

Fellowship Schedule
Date Fellowship Topik Speaker Place
Wed.
May 1
Prayer Meeting
7:00 PM
Short Message Rev. Timotius Tjing
MC: Yungkie Hing
Music: Rini Buntaran
Church
191 E Gish Road
San Jose, CA 95112
Fri.
May 3
College

Professional

7:00 PM

Sense and Belonging

Emotional Battles in the Workplace

Rev. Stephen Hosea

Paul Tjam

Church
191 E Gish Road
San Jose, CA 95112


ANNOUNCEMENT
1. We would like to welcome everyone who joins our service. May the Lord bless us all the days of our life! Everybody is invited to join our service every Sunday, as well as other fellowships and activities. After the service, please stay for some refreshments and fellowship in the kitchen area.

2. Ministry to LifeMoves Homeless Shelter in San Jose will be on Saturday, May 4 from 4 to 7 pm. For those who want to serve by preparing dinner, sharing, praying or sing for the residence, please contact Hari Rediawan at hari.rediawan@gmail.com.

3. IEC Sacramento will celebrate her 26th birthday next Sunday, May 5 at 4:00p.m. The congregation is invited to give thanks and worship together for God’s faithfulness to His church.

4. International Justice Mission (IJM) is hosting an event called IJM Liberate Local Prayer Gathering where people can hear more about IJM from individuals who are currently working on the field to combat Modern Day Slavery and pray together as a community for the ministry in human trafficking. Sunday, May 5 at 7pm at Venture Church, 16845 Hicks Road, Los Gatos, CA 95032. Please reach out to Vinia or Rini Buntaran if you are interested to sign-up.

5. Discipleship Training will be held on Saturday, May 11 from 10:00 to 3.30PM. There will be 4 sessions:

Session 1: 10.00 – 11.00 “A Call For a Disciple” by Rev.Jordan Wong
Session 2: 11.15 – 12.15 “The Spiritual Discipline of a Disciple” by Rev.Jordan Wong
Session 3: 13.00 – 14.00 “The Care of a Disciple” by Rev.Steve Lee
Session 4: 14.15 – 15.15 (IS & ES combined session for small group leaders):

“The Maker of a Disciple” by Rev.Kevin Lee

All are invited but committees and sub-committees members, those involved in care ministry, and small group/Bible Study group leaders are required to attend this workshop. Pray that this workshop will equip you to serve Him better. More information please see the poster.

6. Our local mission trip to FIRM (Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries) serving the Hmong, Laotian and Syrian tribes is planned to take place on July 19-21. Activities include: prayer walks, children VBS, door-to-door evangelism, community service. It costs $100/person (transportation, meals, accommodation). Please register by May 19 to Erwin Widiarta, Lavinia Harjono or Rini Buntaran. Please pray for this mission trip.

7. Mission trips to Indonesia, Tagulandang Island and Siau Island in Menado will be held on August 1-4. The cost will be IDR 6.6 million or IDR 7.6 million (add to Tomohon). Registration will be closed on May 26 and prices will change after that date. 22 people have registered for the trip. For those who are planning to take part in the trip, please contact Erwin Widiarta or Rev. Hosea.

8. IEC San Jose is inviting all couples (dating/engaged/married with no kids) to join our first ever Couples Fellowship on Saturday, May 4th from 5pm to 8pm at Joe and Yeye’s residence. Dinner will be provided. Please register at http://tinyurl.com/couplesfellowship, or reach out to Glenn, Jennifer Idris, Joe or Yeye for questions / information.

9. A reminder for those who have shared the gospel, to write the number and put it in the “Target 5,000 People Hear the Gospel” box at the desk in front of library. The total of people who have heard the Gospel last March (5 churches) was 299 people. Take and use tracts, DVDs and other materials on the table as a tool in sharing the gospel of Jesus’ salvation.

PRAYER ITEMS FOR THE WEEK
1. Programs: Mother’s & Father’s day celebration, Discipleship Training, local & Indonesia mission trips, Thanksgiving retreat, Stephen Tong Revival Meeting (September).
2. Churches: those who are sick (Sujono Tan, Hansel Chong’s grandfather), pregnant (Tressia Hing & Olivia Tan), babies & children, students & professionals.
3. The world: terrorist threats, victims of bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, the situation in the Middle East.
4. Government: California, Indonesia and USA.

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