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August 17, 2014

Fifth Avenue Church of


Christ
115 W. Fifth Ave.
Lancaster, OH 43130
740-654-0626
www.myfacc.com
e-mail info@myfacc.com

Brad Seevers
Senior Minister
(740-550-9882)

David Tingler
Associate Minister

Sunday Services

Bible School
8:45 a.m.

Worship
10:00 a.m.

Evening Worship
6:00 p.m.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

We are in serious need of volunteers in every area of our
congregations life. If you will lend your talents in any of
the areas listed below, contact the person/persons named.

Officers/Leaders Contact any member of the
Nominating Committee

Sunday School Teachers Contact one of our Elders

Security Contact Mike Cooper

Nursery Care Contact Patrick Wersell

Operation of Sound/Visual Contact Fred Griffith

Any Other Contact one of our Elders

THOUGHTS FROM BRAD

This past week I experienced two milestones in my
life; I turned fifty and celebrated my 28
th
wedding
anniversary with Kim. Both of which are hard to
believe. Life has a tendency to move along rapidly. I
am glad we get to do life together. I want to thank
all those who helped me celebrate my birthday. It
meant a lot to me that you took time to share in this
moment. Thank you for your gifts and words of
encouragement.







During our study, we will look at clusters of specific
acceptable sins that we tend to tolerate. Our goal:
To move us beyond what we accept in ourselves so
that we can become holy & righteous individuals
covered by Gods grace.
Each participant will need to bring a Bible each week,
along with a copy of the book, Respectable Sins.
These books have already been ordered and
you can pick up your copy from Brad. The cost
of the book is $14.
Allow me to leave you with this thought today. As I
was reading in Philemon this morning, these words
jumped off the page. Philemon 1:4-7 says, I always
thank my God as I remember you in my prayers,
because I hear about your faith in the Lord Jesus and
your love for all the saints. I pray that you may be
active in sharing your faith, so that you will have a full
understanding of every good thing we have in Christ.
Your love has given me great joy and encouragement,
because you, brother, have refreshed the hearts of
the saints.
May we make it our goal, that these words would be
said of us.
In His Service,
Brad
BITS FROM BRO. DAVE

KEENAGERS TRIP IN AUGUST: Our
August excursion takes place on August
27. On that date we will be visiting the
David Warther Museum. David Warther is
a fifth generation carver. His grandfathers
collection of train carvings is housed in
New Philadelphia. David is a carver of
boats and his exhibit is called The History
of Ships (in ivory and ebony wood). We
will lunch at Dutch Valley but there will be
time to visit their antique shop. Following
our viewing of the exhibit, there should be
time for a stop by one of our favorite
cheese shops. Our departure time is 8:30
am. The cost for transportation and
admission is $15. A sign-up sheet is
posted. Get your name on and your money
in!

NEW HORI ZONS RETREAT: This
annual event is held at the North Terrace
Church of Christ, in Zanesville. This is a
single day event which is planned just for
seniors. Our hosts provide a continental
breakfast, lunch and an excellent program.
The registration fee is $25. A sign-up
sheet and registration forms may be found
on our main bulletin board. Complete a
form and pass it, along with your fee, to
me, for mailing. (I have forwarded 10
registrations, so far.)

MI DWEEK BI BLE STUDI ES: Our two
study groups (10am & 6:30pm) will
resume on September 10. At that time we
will return to the study, A Brief Survey of
Old Testament History, which was
disrupted last fall. We will, in fact, start
from the beginning.

FI NAL THOUGHT: Todays mighty oak
is merely yesterdays little nut that
managed to hold its ground.

Beginning September 10th, a
new Life Group will be offered
on Wednesday nights at 6:15. It
is entitled: Respectable Sins.
Author Jerry Bridges will truly
challenge us to have a proper
perspective on our sins. It will make
you question why it is we have
become so preoccupied with the
major sins of society while we have
lost sight of our need to deal with
our own subtle sins.


ELDERS MEETING

The August Elders meeting has
been moved to Wednesday, August
27
th
, at 7:30pm. Please make a note
of this change in the schedule.
SPIRITUAL STATISTICS August 10, 2014

Sunday School n/c
Morning Worship 124
Evening Worship 30
Weekly Budget $ 4,790.00
Budget Received $ 3,836.50
Van Fund $ 20.00

SERVING SCHEDULE August 17, 2014

At the Table Mike Cooper and Dick Shumaker
Serving
Tim Huffman, Larry King,
George Lambert, Carmel Marsh
Pastor of the week Mike Cooper
PM Deacon Tim Huffman

COMMUNION Sue Tingler

GREETERS Dick and Marg Shumaker

NURSERY
Sunday School Shirley Marsh
Worship Volunteer Needed

VISITOR CENTER

SECURITY
Bible School Ray Coats
Worship Mike Bussey
Evening Worship Dick Shumaker


Jane King John Hill Naressa Allen Marianna Gall Camille Stiverson
Millie Hoy Our Troops Jeane Goldfarb Kathryn Norman Unsaved Family and Friends
Carter Alberta Ellis Judy Fricker Norma Bullock Kenneth Dusthimer
Barb Greg Voight Mark Seevers

Upcoming Events
Monday, August 18
th

Facility Management, 6:30pm
Book Nook, 6:30pm

Tuesday, August 19
th

Deacons Meeting, 6:30pm

Thursday, August 21
st

Womens Ministry Event, 6-9pm
(finish making the pillowcase dresses)

Saturday, August 23
rd

Craft Corner, 9-noon

Wednesday, August 27
th

Keenagers Trip to Amish Country
Elders Meeting, 7:30pm

August 29
th
September 1
st

Family Camp at Round Lake

Sunday, August 31
st

Food Pantry Sunday

Your leaders are concerned about the personal safety and
wellbeing of all who attend our services. Therefore, over the
coming weeks, we will be seeking to upgrade our security.
This will involve asking those who attend Sunday School to use
only the Fifth Avenue street level entrance and the handicap
ramp. These doors will be locked at about 10:15am (after
worship has begun) and all traffic will then be directed
through our front Fifth Avenue entrance. This will make the
task of our security people much easier and more efficient.



SERVING SCHEDULE August 24, 2014

At the Table Patrick Wersell and Hank Wellman
Serving
Dale Rose, Dick Shumaker,
Ned Tomlinson, Hank Wellman
Pastor of the week Patrick Wersell
PM Deacon Dale Rose

COMMUNION Sue Tingler

GREETERS Carmel and Shirley Marsh

NURSERY
Sunday School Volunteer Needed
Worship Nick and Tracy Hinson

VISITOR CENTER Janet Brown

SECURITY
Bible School Bill Kelly
Worship Jeff Crook
Evening Worship Jim Puckett


A nominating committee, for church officers for 2015,
has been appointed. If you have suggestions for any
candidate you may pass them to Fred Griffith, Beverly
Puckett, Carol Craft, Tim Huffman, or Bob Neff.
"A shroud of secrecy cloaks a new nineteenth-century sect
known simply as "the Saints." But that veil is about to be
drawn away. Amidst the majestic beauty of 1857 Utah, the
members of one secluded religious group claim to want
nothing more than to practice their beliefs without
persecution. Yet among them are many who engage in
secret vows and brutal acts of atonement, all in the name
of God.

But one young woman, Hannah McClary, dares to question
the truth behind the shroud. Soon Hannah and the young
man she loves, Lucas Knight, who has been trained from
childhood to kill on behalf of the Church, find themselves
fighting for their very lives.

As a group of unwary pioneer families march into Utah
toward a tragic confrontation with the Saints at a place
called Mountain Meadows, Hannah and Lucas are thrust
into the most difficult conflict of all--a battle for truth and
justice, even as they are learning for the first time about
unconditional love, acceptance, and forgiveness."
Book Nook
Monday, August 18
th

6:30 p.m.
Current Officers
Elders:
Mike Cooper (term expires 2014)
Fred Griffith (term expires 2015)
Dave Tingler (term expires 2014)
Patrick Wersell (term expires 2015)

Deacons:
Josh Czich (term expires 2014)
Tim Huffman (term expires 2015)
Bob Neff (term expires 2015)
Dale Rose (term expires 2014)
Lowell Trimmer (term expires 2015)

Trustees:
John Baird (term expires 2014)
Dan Brown (term expires 2014)
Tim Huffman (term expires 2015)
Larry King (term expires 2014)
George Lambert (term expires 2014)
David Riggenbach (term expires 2015)

Special Officers (elected each year to a one-year term):
Sunday School Superintendent
Marg Shumaker, Financial Secretary
Jean Azbell, Financial Treasurer
Julie Stuck, Assistant to the Treasurer
Patrick Wersell, Missions Secretary-Treasurer


WELCOME TO FIFTH AVENUE!
At FACC, we focus on loving God, loving
people, and turning the world upside down.

We are happy you chose to worship with us today.
We hope you return next week and bring your friends
with you. If you would please take a few minutes to fill
out a Silent Roll Call Card, located on the back of
the pew, you can then place it in the offering plate as
it is passed. Thank you. For more information about
our great church, contact our minister, Brad Seevers
at Brad@new-churches.org or call him at
740.550.9882. Have a great week and may God bless
your life.
Sunday School Classes for All Ages
Classes at 8:45 unless noted

Nursery (Birth through 3 years old)
Jesus Loves Me
Room 102

Preschool (Ages 3-6)
Bible Friends
Room 105
Marie Huffman, Teacher

Early Elementary (Kindergarten 3
rd
Grade)
Jesus, Our Example
Room 101
Deborah Will, Teacher

Upper Elementary Class (4
th
6
th
Grade)
Jesus, Our Example
Room 106
Larry King, Teacher

Junior/Senior High
Jesus and My Life
Room 308
Nick Barrell, Teacher

Ladies Class
The Storm Inside
Room 209
Beverly Puckett, Teacher

Mens Class
Hearing Gods Word
Room 205

Adult Class
Extreme Faith
Room 214
Brad Seevers, Teacher

Harmony Adult Class
The People of God Set Priorities
Room 204
Dave Tingler, Teacher

Philothean Adult Class
Parables
Room 108
Jim Love, Teacher

CRAFT CORNER

The Craft Corner will be meeting on Saturday, August 23
rd
,
from 9am noon. Bring any craft you are working on and join
a time of fun and fellowship with other crafters.

Is there a Thanksgiving or Christmas craft that you have seen
that you would like to make? If so, let Delores Payne know and
we will make it at our next meeting in September.

Watch for the date of the September Craft Corner.
MAYWOOD MISSION FOOD PANTRY

Maywood Mission provides a food pantry for
community members in need. Donations can be
left at the nursery door entrance on Sunday,
August 31
st
. Items needed for the pantry:
Rice Beef Stew Tuna
Navy beans Tuna helper Cake mix
Noodles Spaghetti Sauce Spaghetti
Cereal Brownie Mix Cornbread Mix
Canned Fruit Canned Vegetables Canned Soup


Core Values...

Values central to the life, mission and
vision of Fifth Avenue Church of Christ are:

Christ-Centered Worship
We make it a priority every Sunday to celebrate Jesus through our
music. (Romans 11:36-12:1-2). We focus on Jesus through grace-
based preaching and teaching & understand the Bible is our
authority (2 Timothy 3:16).

Church Health and Biblical Balance
Church health becomes reality when God's people seek harmony &
live consistently. We expect every member to protect the unity
of Christ's Church. (Romans 12:16; 1 Peter 3:8)

Global Evangelism
We are constant to our founding call to worldwide evangelism,
proclaiming to all that Jesus Christ is the Savior, Healer, and Soon-
Coming King (Acts 20:27).

Fellowship and Ministry
After people begin their journey with Jesus, we will equip them to
find a ministry based upon their strengths. We want everyone to
serve in some capacity. (1 Corinthians 12:12-27) We also want His
church to be the living evidence of His love and power to the world.

Discipleship
We do not want you to "get religion" here at Fifth Avenue Church of
Christ in Lancaster. We are all about teaching you that Jesus seeks
a daily relationship with Him through a life of obedience. In other
words, we want to see the things you are taught actually change
your lifestyle & your daily decisions.

Social Conscience
We place high value on the sanctity of human life, of Biblical
marriage and morality, and we welcome ethnic diversity (Isaiah
56:7; Philippians 2:15-16).



OUR PURPOSE

WE EXIST TO

Exalt Gods Greatness;
Evangelize Gods Work
Equip Gods People
Express Gods Love through Jesus Christ

OUR MISSION
To Love God and Love
People!
How Can I Respond Today?
At FACC we look to the Bible for guidance on all
issues. We believe that Gods Word is clear
concerning what a person must do to become a
Christian.
Trust that Jesus can bring you to salvation.
Turn (repent) from the sin in your life.
Confess your desire to make Jesus the Lord
of your life.
Be baptized (immersed) in water for the
forgiveness of sins and to receive the Holy
Spirit into your life.
To make this life decision for Christ, we ask that you
come forward during our commitment song at the
conclusion of the Sunday message. Baptized believers
are welcome to become members at FACC by coming
forward on Sunday morning or by seeing our Senior
Minister to discuss this further. We ask that you
complete a series of Curious classes to help you
better understand what you are committing to as a
member. If you would like to take a Curious class,
please indicate this on your Silent Roll Call Card.
Power in the Name
Acts 3:16
Brad Seevers preaching
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