Bulletin: September 26, 2021


Our Worship…

We Will Glorify
We Shall Assemble
“This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.” –Ps 118:24
This Is the Day
Family News
We Bow Down
Servant Song (offering baskets)
“By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”
John 13:35
 I Love You with the Love of the Lord
I Love You, Lord
Lord’s Supper
Lord, Take Control
Higher Ground (dismiss children)
Video: Really Love Them
Message: Does It Matter If We Gather?
Create in Me
Prayer of Blessing

Church Family Update…

Remember the Wednesday Night Devo and Bible Study… There is something for all ages, meeting at the church building from 6-7pm for a brief time of worship followed by Bible classes and discussion. Check it out.

Attend Sunday Bible Classes… Jim Klein begins teaching “How We Got The Bible” this Sunday.

New Monthly Gathering Begins September 25th… The new ministry is called, “Sharing Hearts.” It will be a time of sharing scripture, discussing God’s blessings and life’s challenges, lifting each other up in prayer, and talking about how to help and encourage others. Doesn’t this sound great? All this and brunch, too. 9-11am every last Saturday of the month at our building. If you have questions call upon Dan DuPey or Dave Gutierrez who are co-leading.

Dalton Gardens Ladies Retreat (Oct 1-3)… It will be held next week at the Savenac Historic Tree Nursery in Haugan, MT. Meals are provided.  Bring a dessert or snack to share, bedding, toiletries, a Bible, clothes, and embroidery materials. If you haven’t already, call the office to sign up. Need directions? Contact church office.

Thanks to all who help with the Mountain States Children’s Home… The driver who picked up our food this past Tuesday said the Dalton Gardens congregation is always the most generous church on their route. Thank you DGChurch.

Today we are adding another camera to our Livestream… This should improve the quality of our broadcast. Thanks to Hunter Stoll for running the floor camera.

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