Pigeon River Mennonite Church April 18, 2021, at 9:30 am
Loving God by worshipping...introducing...nurturing...serving

We are glad you are here, and we hope you enjoy this opportunity to worship God with us.

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Welcome & Prayer

Hymns of Worship

Scripture: Acts 15:1-21 & Matt 21:1-11

Message: Pastor Dave

The Grace of Discipline: Corporate Part 2:

Guidance and Celebration

Songs of Worship

Live Stream Sign-off

Sharing & Pastoral Prayer

Closing Hymn



11 am Sunday school opportunities:

  • K- 5th Grade -Children's classes, . Individual rooms in the basement. If you have questions, please contact Kim Good.

  • Youth - c/o Pastor Bill in the youth room.

  • Adults - Option 1:

Adult class meet in the sanctuary studying the

uniform quarterly lesson, the current theme is "Prophets

Faithful to God's Covenant" - c/o Tom Beachy & Brent Maust.

Option 2: "Understanding Worship" a RightNowMedia study by Tim Kraeuter in the Fellowship Hall. c/o Debi Ackerman. This study dives into what worship really is. Kraeuter states, "Your thinking will change-perhaps dramatically- but even more importantly, your heart will be changed, too."

This class is not just for musicians or those in leadership. Please contact Debi if you have questions. Watch trailer



  • at noon - There will be Bible Memory catch up in the youth room.
  • Parenting small group follow-up meeting @ 5:30 pm in the Fellowship hall.

TTLM is looking for several workers for the summer (from third week of June through the first week of August). The job includes working with children...doing activities, crafts, and Bible stories. For more information contact Scot Wilson by email - michiganmenno@gmail.com

Friday morning 8 am bible study will start a new series of study. It is Beth Moore's "Stepping Up" six week study. If interested contact Emily.

Grief Share is set to begin the 13-week series this Tuesday, April 20, at Pigeon River at 6:00 PM. Please invite your friends and contact Marie if you plan to attend.

Check out the bulletin board for several newsletter updates.

Responding to disaster: MCC's response to hurricanes Eta & Iota webinar on April 21 & 22 at 8 p.m. EST. MCC is pleased to bring you, via Zoom, the people and stories directly impacted by this disaster response that you generously supported. Join us for this free two night webinar to hear directly from MCC partner organizations and church partners in Honduras and Nicaragua. They will share about MCC’s disaster response as well as how climate change impacts migration and poverty in Central America. Register at mcc.org/hurricanes-webinar.


Offering next week: PR Ministries

Worship Leader this week: Pastor Bill

Worship Leader next week: Dale Ackerman

Fellowship Greeter this week: Lynn & Brenda Maust

Fellowship Greeter next week: Jon & Kim Good

Pastoral Care this week: Gerry Swartzendruber

Pastoral Care next week: Barry Maust

Prayer Concerns

· Our Nurture Ministry

· Our Pastors - for wisdom and guidance from the Holy Spirit in their leadership of our congregation

Health Concerns/Situations

· Those recovering from Covid

· (Arlin) Bear Swartzendruber

· Don Faupel diagnosed with cancer

· Alvin & Ruth Ann Yoder, grandson and daughter-in-law with cancer

· Mark Krug stroke and brain bleed recovery

· Jim Herford

· Dale & Nancy's daughter Pam

· Julie Folz - cancer treatment

· Pastor Bill’s father—physical healing from cancer; spiritual healing

· Craig family

· Janice Aldrich's niece Jodie on hospice

· Glenn & Erma Maust as Erma's health declines.


· RI couple that works in N. Africa on advising agricultural projects

· Benderoths in India - health concerns and ministry opportunities


· Mass Shooting victims and their families

· Violence and unrest in our country

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