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Volume 4, Issue 6February 8, 2009Our Community GathersRev. Dwayne Johnson & Mark Eggleston Exchange of Peace Call to WorshipAnthemLift Every Voice and SingLift every voice and sing, Till earth and heaven ring,Ring with the harmonies of liberty;Let our rejoicing rise high as the listening skies,Let it resound loud as the rolling seas.Sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us,Sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us;Facing the rising sun of our new day begun,Let us march on till victory is won.Stony the road we trod, Bitter the chast'ning rod,Felt in the days when hope unborn had died;Yet with a steady beat, Have not our weary feetCome to the place for which our people sighed?We have come over a way that with tears has been watered;We have come, treading our path through the blood of the slaughtered;Out from the gloomy past, Till now we stand at lastWhere the bright gleam of our bright star is cast.God of our weary years, God of our silent tears,Thou who hast brought us thus far on the way;Thou who hast by thy might, Led us into the light,Keep us for ever in the path, we pray.Lest our feet stray from the places, our God, where we met thee,Lest our hearts, drunk with the wine of the world, we forget thee;Shadowed beneath thy hand, May we for ever stand,True to our God, true to our native land. PrayerRev. Janice Ladd Please rise in body or spirit.We WorshipThis hymn is knownas the AfricanAmerican NationalAnthem. It placesemphasis on thehistory of peopleof African descent,inclusive of theirmany triumphs andstruggles. This greatsong is known acrossthe world, but thehistory behind thesong's creation andfirst performance isoften unknown.Publicly performedfirst as a poem as partof a celebration ofLincoln's Birthday onFebruary 12, 1900 by500 schoolchildrenat the segregatedStanton School inJacksonville, Florida.Principal JamesWeldon Johnsonwrote the words tointroduce its honoredguest, Booker T.Washington.The poem was laterset to music by Mr.Johnson's brother,John, in 1905. Singingthis song quicklybecame a way forAfrican Americansto demonstrate theirpatriotism and hopefor the future.

Congregational SingingBless the LordBless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless God's holy name!Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless God's holy name!God has done great things, God has done great things,God has done great things, bless God's holy name!.Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless God's holy name!Text: Psalm 103:1Tune: Andrae Crouch, Arr. by Nolan Williams Bud John Songs, Inc. We Hearthe WordThe characteristicof Jesus is the openmessage; the missionof love that he offershis church is ofopen doors. God’sgift, Jesus’ grace,transcends all thelimits imposed by thedogma of religion.The disciples arethose on the road,the outpost of thedominion of loveand justice. Ofelia Ortega,Feasting on the Word,adaptedScripture ReadingsDenise Junious &Wayne WigginsIsaiah 40:21-31Have you not known? Have you not heard? Has it not been told you fromthe beginning? Have you not understood from the foundations of the earth?It is God who sits above the circle of the earth, and its inhabitants are likegrasshoppers; who stretches out the heavens like a curtain, and spreads themlike a tent to live in; who brings princes to naught, and makes the rulers of theearth as nothing. Scarcely are they planted, scarcely sown, scarcely has theirstem taken root in the earth, when God blows upon them, and they wither, andthe tempest carries them off like stubble. "To whom then will you compare me,or who is my equal?" says the Holy One. Lift up your eyes on high and see: Whocreated these? It is the Holy One who brings out their host and numbers them,calling them all by name; because God is great in strength, mighty in power, notone is missing. Why do you say, O Jacob, and speak, O Israel, "My way is hiddenfrom the Lord, and my right is disregarded by my God?" Have you not known?Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends ofthe earth. Our God does not faint or grow weary; with understanding which isunsearchable God gives power to the faint, and strengthens the powerless. Evenyouth will faint and be weary, and the young will fall exhausted; but those whowait for the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wingslike eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.Eve Messina (9 am)Anne Dittmar (11 am)Mark 1:29-39As soon as they left the synagogue, they entered the house of Simon andAndrew, with James and John. Now Simon’s mother-in-law was in bed with afever, and they told him about her at once. He came and took her by the handand lifted her up. Then the fever left her, and she began to serve them.That evening, at sunset, they brought to him all who were sick or possessedwith demons. And the whole city was gathered around the door. And he curedmany who were sick with various diseases, and cast out many demons; and hewould not permit the demons to speak, because they knew him.In the morning, while it was still very dark, he got up and went out to adeserted place, and there he prayed. And Simon and his companions huntedfor him. When they found him, they said to him, ‘Everyone is searching foryou.’ He answered, ‘Let us go on to the neighboring towns, so that I mayproclaim the message there also; for that is what I came out to do.’ And he wentthroughout Galilee, proclaiming the message in their synagogues and castingout demons.2

Special MusicSanctuary ChoirRide On King JesusTraditional Spiritual arranged by Howard HelveySpiritual EncouragementRev. Dwayne JohnsonEach One Everyone:A Community of HealingMaking Ministry HappenRev. Kristen Klein-CechettiniOffertoryDrumming CircleSunuWe ListenSpirituals, in theAfrican Americantradition, frequentlyproclaim spiritualfreedom in the face ofworldly oppression.Proclaiming Jesusas Lord & King isa subversive cryagainst the injusticesof slavery and apowerful declarationof allegiance to theLiberator of All.West African RhythmCommunionJason WoodIntroduction to CommunionWords of InstitutionPrayer of ConsecrationInvitation to the FeastCommunion SongsGod Has Done Great Things for MeGod has done great things for me. Great things, great things.God has done great things for me.God has made a way for me. Made a way, made a way.God has made a way for me.God will give you victory. Victory, victory.God will give you victory.Words & Music by Kirk Dearman 1988 by Maranatha! MusicCCLI License #1025612In the Beauty of HolinessCome let us worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.Come let us worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.Give God the honor. Give God the praise.Come let us worship the Lord; Let's give God the praise.Worship God. Worship God.Give my God the glory. Give my God the praise.Worship God. Worship God.Come let us worship the Lord; Let's give God the praise.Words & Music by Nettie L. Sawyer Lester 1992, Joy Publishing CoCCLI License #10256123Sunu is a WestAfrican rhythm. Theserhythms typicallyare played for tribalcommunications toannounce events suchas weddings, a birthof a child, or even apassing of a loved one.WeReceiveAll congregations inMCC practice anopen communion.We believe thatcommunion is avisible sign of Christ'spresence andGod's grace that eachone of us, friend ormember, may receive.Simply come forwardas the ushers direct.We use grape juice forthe cup. After you areserved you will receivea blessing from theserver. If you are inneed of further prayer,our Fisher's NetPrayer Ministry teamis available followingboth services topray with you.

Music During CommunionHoly GroundWe SingWe are standing on holy ground,And I know that there are angels all around;Let us praise Jesus now.We are standing in God's presence on holy ground. We are standing on holy ground,And I know that there are angels all around;Let us praise Jesus now.We are standing in God's presence on holy ground.We sing as a bodyduring the distributionof the elements. Ifyou do not wish tosing, please be in anattitude of prayer forthose who wish tomeditate duringthis time.Words & Music by Geron Davis 1983 Meadowgreen Music Co./Songchannel Music Co.CCLI License #1025612God, we praise youfor your presenceat this table.With these giftsyou receive the graceof God's presence. Prayer of ThanksgivingJason Wood BenedictionRev. Dwayne JohnsonPostludeJoel HammettGospelthrough the Ages:FromThen to NowSunday, February 154 pmJoin the Gospel Ensemble as we journey in songfrom the shores of Africa in ages past to the recentelection of the first African American Presidentof the United States. With songs of power,passion, and perseverance, we will experiencethe inspiration of a people who chose to survive.4

StaffRev. Dwayne JohnsonSenior PastorRevDwayne@ResurrectionMCC.org (x101)Rev. Janice LaddExecutive PastorRevJanice@ResurrectionMCC.org (x104)Mark EgglestonDirector of OutreachMark@ResurrectionMCC.org (x106)Craig FelderhoffDirector of Operations (Interim)Craig@ResurrectionMCC.org (x102)Rev. Kristen Klein-CechettiniDirector of Life DevelopmentRevKristen@ResurrectionMCC.org (x107)Jason WoodDirector of ConnectionsJason@ResurrectionMCC.org (x105)David E. DurhamPianistJoel HammettOrganistDebbie MansfieldNursery CoordinatorSara NavarroGraphic ArtistJoel PalomaresYouth Ministries Program CoordinatorKen ThompsonAudio TechnicianAnthony WhiteGospel Ensemble PianistCassandra WhiteGospel Ensemble DirectorJim WinslettHeavenSound Handbells DirectorPepe ZunigaFacilitiesVolunteer Staff ClergyRev. Rick ElliottRev. Mona LopezRevMona@ResurrectionMCC.orgWorshipSunday, 9:00 am & 11:00 amChildren & Youth Worship, Sunday, 11:00 amNurserySunday, 9:00 am & 11:00 amThe Chalice: Spiritual DeepeningWednesday, 6:30 pmResurrection MCC2025 West 11th St, Houston, Texas 77008Phone 713-861-9149 / Fax 713-861-2520www.ResurrectionMCC.orgWelcome!If you are attending Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church for the first time, weare glad to have you here! We invite you to join us each week as we worship God andlearn more about Christian living in an inclusive way. All are welcome.Make sure to visit the Concierge Desk, located in our Welcome Area, to receivea gift from us. You will find friendly volunteer hosts waiting to greet you.Worship ServicesResurrection MCC is proud to offer a variety in our worship services. Our two Sundayservices, at 9 & 11 am, are identical in form, however they contain different elements fromdiverse religious traditions each week.A Special Welcome to our First-Time Families!Our nursery staff would love to meet you and your infants & children aged 1-3 years! Thenursery is located to the right of the Sanctuary entrance and is open during both the 9am & 11 am services.Children and youth aged 4-12 years are invited to join our Youth Ministries Program duringthe 11 am service in the Activities Building (located across the breezeway from our mainparking lot). Sign-in begins at 10:45 am. All children must be registered and signed-in toattend. Parents are welcome to join the children for Communion at 12 noon in the ActivitiesBuilding. Snack & sign-outs begin at 12:15 pm.About Us Resurrection MCC is a Christian church with a primary outreach to the lesbian, gay, bisexual,transgender, and queer community.We are a part of the Universal Fellowship of MetropolitanCommunity Churches, founded by Rev.Troy D. Perry in Los Angeles, California on October6, 1968. Metropolitan Community Churches are on a bold mission to transform hearts,lives, and history. We are a movement that faithfully proclaims God's inclusive love for allpeople, and proudly bears witness to the holy integration of spirituality and sexuality.The Mission of Resurrection MCC is to demonstrate God's unconditional love toall people through Christian action.The Vision of Resurrection MCC is to ATTRACT people into a relationship withGod through radical INCLUSION into God's family, transform them to Christ-likeMATURITY, and MOBILIZE them for their life purpose.At Resurrection MCC, every member and friend is a minister of the church.We envision a Christian community that values diversity and is as diverse andall-encompassing as creation. Through salvation, service, study, and tithing, eachmember and friend will live and grow in faith and be spiritually fed. To that end,we embrace five core beliefs:We believe in God's unconditional love for everyone.We believe in the saving grace of Jesus Christ and the empowering presence of the HolySpirit.We believe in including everyone and excluding no one.We believe in joyfully providing access to Christ-centered spiritual nourishmentand Biblical truths.We believe that each of us will discover ourspirituality through active participation in the workof God and in the pursuit of health, wholeness, andjustice for everyone.Again, welcome!5

CelebrateValentine'sDay atResurrection!CONTINUES THIS WEEK.LATEST CHALICE OFFERING:A book-study explorationof spiritual awakening withA New Earth: Awakening toYour Life’s PurposeIn the Gospel story of Mary andMartha, Jesus says to Martha,“You are anxious and troubledabout many things, but only onething is needful.” (Luke 10:41)Quoting this Scripture, authorof the bestselling A New Earth Eckhart Tolle says, “Ionly ever write or speak about one thing: Spiritualawakening.”Join Spiritual Director Cathleen Sheil as shefacilitates this open 7-week study and conversationwith Eckhart Tolle’s bestselling book, A New Earth!Gather with others in this compelling explorationof the spiritual path through The Chalice onWednesday evenings from 7 - 8:30 pm! Come toone, many, or all of these exciting book studydiscussions offered over 7 weeks, from January 7to February 18.Begin the New Year with A New Earth – pick up thebook then pick up the discussion! Open to all Saturday, February 141 - 3 pmValentine's DaY Same Sex WeddingCelebration & DemonstrationJoin dozens of couples and diverse religious leadersas couples are wed! It will be a beautiful ceremonyin the Sanctuary, followed by a reception in theGathering Place. If you would like to get married toyour partner in the ceremony, register atwww.FamilyMarriageEquality.org5 - 9 pmValentine's Parents Date Night!NationalFebruary 8-14, 2009Freedom toSports, Games, Movies, Arts & Crafts Provided!Resurrection Youth Ministries Program will beoffering Parents Date Night Out. Suggested 5contribution per family. Current emergency formmust be on file. Ages 4-12 years. Limited to 50 spaces.Pre-registration by Feb. 8 required in InspirationsCoffee Cafe & Gift Shop.WeekKICKOFF:LGBT in America:A Historical Look at the Struggle forCivil Rights to Today, Obama, Prop 8Wed, Feb 11, 6:30 - 8:00pmGLBT Community Center401 Branard St., Room 106Questions? Email our Youth Ministries Coordinator:Joel@ResurrectionMCC.orgto be followed by:Social Mixer at Anita’sWed, Feb 11, 8:00 - 10pmAnita’s Bar & Grille2409 Grant St. at Fairview7 - 9 pmSingles Social mingle mixerMarch and Demonstration for theRight to MarryDon't stay home alone on Valentine's Day. Join othersingle Resurrection friends for an evening of food, funand fellowship! We'll have a wide variety of activitiesfrom which to choose. ALL are welcome, regardlessof your age, gender, or orientation!To join our new singles group,or learn about our upcoming gatherings,email Mike at Singles@ResurrectionMCC.orgFri, Feb 13, 11:30am-3pmMeet at County Clerk’s Office, 201 Caroline StMarch to City Hall, 901 Bagby St. (bring signs)For more information or to register for theValentine’s Wedding Ceremony go lentine’s Day Same Sex WeddingCelebration and DemonstrationSaturday February 14, 1pmResurrection Metropolitan Community Church2025 W. 11th St.

The ChaliceA Sip from The ChaliceSpiritual Deepening Practice:Reflecting on Sacred Storiesopening.receiving.offeringLife in FullnessThen those who reverenced God talked with each other,telling stories of their spiritual journeys and God listenedand heard. A scroll of remembrance was written in God’spresence concerning these who spoke of their walk withGod and how they honor God’s life with their own. "Theywill be mine," says the Holy One, "in the day when Imake up my treasured possession. I will uplift them, justas in compassion a parent holds fast to beloved children.And you will again see the distinction between the livesof those who turn to God and the lives of those who turnaway, between those who serve God and those who donot.-- Malachi 3:16-18, adaptedFEBRUARY 11Community Meal – 6:00-6:30 pm – Open to AllSpiritual Deepening – 6:30-7:00 pmLife Development Offerings – 7:00-8:45 pmThe Chalice: Offering OneOPEN TO ALLJesus lived with the awareness that God is doing something,right here, right now, and anybody can be a part of it. Whereverhe went, whatever he did, Jesus started discussions aboutwhat matters most, because for Jesus, God is always invitingus to open our eyes and join in.The Open Door Discussion SeriesReflecting upon the witness of Malachi in the HebrewScriptures, devout practitioners of the Jewish faith saythat when pious people sit and tell holy stories, Godcomes and listens. The essence of religious storytellingis communicating heart to heart. Both teller and listenermust prepare and open their hearts to the tale's divinelight and what God wants to reveal. The meditativepractice of Sacred Storytelling involves receiving thefaith-story in such a way that when listening, even ifothers are present, a person should assume that on aspiritual level the story is being told "just for me," andshould ask, “Why would God intend for me to hear thisparticular story at this particular time?” Meditate uponthe following faith-story. Listen - what is God intendingfor you to hear through it’s telling at this time?A facilitated open discussion using the short NOOMA filmsas a jumping-off place for personal reflection and sharedengagement with our journeys of faith.The Open Door - NameWe all compare ourselves to others. We spend our liveswondering what others think and say about us. Some of useven wish we were someone else. We question why we arethe way we are and not the way we wish we could be. Someof us have let the expectations of others dictate who we’vebecome. We act a certain way to be accepted but know thatwe’re being untrue. But why are we so concerned with whatother people think, say, or look like? What does it say aboutus if we are unable to accept who we are? Maybe if we reallyknew our true selves, we wouldn’t give so much attention toother peoples’ lives and live more in tune with the life Godwants for us.The Chalice: Offering TwoOnce long ago, in a vibrant and God-loving village, therewas a young boy, much beloved by all, who becamequite ill, even to the point of death. There was amongthe people a Wise Teacher who went into the forest, andwith deep prayer and Scripture reading and seekingHoly Blessing, attached a candle to a tree and performedother devotions and meditations. The boy was savedwith the help of God. Many years later, long after theWise Teacher’s death, a beloved child of this communityonce again fell seriously ill. There was among the peoplea Faithful Minister who remembered the stories shehad been told as a young child about the how the WiseTeacher had saved a child's life. Though she knew not theWise Teacher’s practices, she believed that life could besaved because she knew from her peoples' stories it hadhappened before. "I don't know the mystical meditationsthe Wise Teacher used, but I'll simply act, and God willhelp." So she lit the candle in the forest and performedother actions of faith and devotion, and her deeds wereacceptable on high and had the desired effect. In the nextgeneration, there was a similar matter with one who hadstudied and prayed with the Faithful Minister. He said, 'Idon't even know how to do what is necessary, but I'll justtell the story of what the Wise Teacher did, and God willhelp.' And so it was, and those in need of healing werehealed and those in need of new life received it, withGod's help.OPEN TO ALLA New Earth: Awakening toYour Life’s PurposeJoin us for one, many, or all of these bookstudy discussions offered over seven weeks.Explore together what awakening yourlife's purpose looks like in 2009.Everyone welcome! Get your bookat bookstores everywhere.The Chalice: Offering ThreeC R E AT I N G A L I F ET H AT M AT T E R SSession FullSESSION III: January 7 - February 11My Passion: Our passions make us mostaware of our personal power, energy and joy. Inthese six sessions, we explore ways to manageinternal and external factors, and discover whatgives us power, energy, and joy as we serve theSacred through the church.Spring Dates Coming Soon!MCC's TransformationalSpiritual Development CurriculumTake a few minutes to reflect on this faith-story. Listen what is God intending for you to hear through it’s tellingat this time?7

Get Connected to a FirstImpressions MinistryMUSIC MINISTRYStop by the Gathering Place after services and findout more about exciting volunteer opportunities!Resurrection MCC is so blessed to have a number ofmusic groups to minister at our worship services. Soloor professional quality voices are not necessary to be apart of these groups. Below is a list of the groups andwhen they meet. Please take some time to considerbeing a part of Resurrection MCC's music ministry.Concierge DeskEliot PerezConcierge@ResurrectionMCC.orgDo you like to help people feel welcome and included?We need loving, warm and friendly people to serve atthe Concierge Desk, located in the Gathering place,before and after both Sunday Worship Services! Thisdesk helps welcome new friends, provide them witha free gift, and help them get connected.Gospel EnsembleTuesdays 7 pmDirected by Cassandra White, this group sings musicin the African-American Gospel tradition, traditionalSpirituals and contemporary music of all types. Readingmusic is not required for this group, but the ability tomatch pitch and sing a part separate from the melodyis.Inspirations Coffee Cafe & Gift ShopDawn AshbrookInspirations@ResurrectionMCC.orgLooking for new friendly faces and volunteers forthis ministry! Provide outstanding customer servicein an atmosphere of fellowship for people to makeconnections.Sanctuary ChoirTuesdays 7 pmThis group sings mostly traditional church choral musicwith some contemporary music added from time totime. Reading music is not required for this group, butthe ability to match pitch and sing a part separate fromthe melody is.Second Family Care PartnersResurrection SingersKristia AmmermanSecondFamily@ResurrectionMCC.orgThis care team acts as extended family and friends,offering emotional, practical, and spiritual support.Meets for lunch 1st Sun. at 12:30 pm.Thursdays 7 pmThis is our newest group. Reading music would bevery helpful and being comfortable on a separatemicrophone.Angels in MotionUshersSaturdays 1 pmThis group is a dance troupe that ministers through danceand movement.This group has its own choreographers.Experience in dance is not necessary, if one has thewillingness to learn.Dave MathisUshers@ResurrectionMCC.orgWe need ushers for 9 & 11 am Sunday WorshipServices. Teams serve one service (either 9 or 11 am)each month. Remember, "No one is JUST an usher."HeavenSound HandbellsSundays 1:30 pmCurrently there are several open spots in the handbellchoir. Interested people need to have some musicreading skills. Experience in ringing is not required.Thedirector, Jim Winslett, will teach anyone the techniquesof ringing.Welcome TeamJason SowdersWelcome@ResurrectionMCC.orgDo you like helping people feel special and welcome themoment they arrive to the church?We want to welcome people to the church andhelp them get to where they need to go. Teammembers are positioned at every door and sidewalk,greeting people with a smile and kind word, offeringdirections or answering questions.Resurrection OrchestraWeekly rehearsal day has not been determined. Wecurrently have about 6 people interested in beginningthis new group, however, we need a few more to have abalanced instrumentation.Reading music is essential,as ishaving your own instrument (other than percussion).If you have questions or would like tojoin any of these teams, email the teamlead (listed above) or contact JasonWood at Jason@ResurrectionMCC.orgor 832-971-0354.If you have interest in any of these groups,please email Worship@ResurrectionMCC.org8

Outreach,Wisdom, Laughter, Support:A Ministry for Seniors & FriendsResurrection MCC AngelsNeed New Women's Softball CoachTuesdayFebruary 17Coach Laura Recorder has moved to Austin. Inorder for our team to continue, we need to find areplacement fornext year. If youare interested, orhave any questions,please contactJason Wood.Jason@ResurrectionMCC.orgPLEASE P713-861-9149 x105.NoonGathering PlaceRSVP & Questions to Pat Walker, Team Lead, atOWLS@ResurrectionMCC.orgHoly UnionPreparation SeminarFriday Night OUTFebruary 20, 7 pmTODAY! 12:45 - 3 pmAct. Bldg #104 / Lunch ServedAre you and your partner thinkingabout having a Holy Union?Designed to help couples discuss relationshipmatters while keeping Christ in the center of theirrelationship, this seminar is the recommendedfirst step to having a Holy Union performed byResurrection clergy.To register, email Jason@ResurrectionMCC.orgTEAM NAME SPONSOR NAME ADDRESS Join us forCITY,dinnerZIPatHollywood Vietnamese!PHONE Hollywood Vietnamese Restaurant2409 Montrose Blvd,713-523-8808CONTACTNAME For more information, or to join the email list for the group,E-MAILemail NightOUT@ResurrectionMCC.orgFINDINGParents Lunch SocialWEB ADDRESSSunday, February 2212:30 pm, Activities Building The Montrose Softball League, a 501(c)4 not-for-prothe league does not indicate one’s sexual orientation,OUR WAYParents, Parents-To-Be, orthose interested in becoming parents,are invited to join us for lunch!My sponsorship dues accompany this application in tshould my application be rejected for any reason, myrefundable should I withdraw or be suspended fromLeague only and do not cover uniforms, banners, andIf you aren't able to join us today, but would like toreceive announcements about future events, emailParents@ResurrectionMCC.orgYour sponsorship dues include: Recognition as the Primary Recognition on the MSL we Complementary listing and a One (1) complementary tickGiving Up Agendas to Receive Surprises Recognition at the MSL Ann Two (2) NON-PLAYINGGiving Up Compulsion to ReceiveUnlimitedLovecompletean applicationfoPLAYING membership by pGiving Up Control to Receive DirectionGiving Up Illusions to Receive Greater ClarityFood Pantry MinistryOpen Mondays & Wednesdaysby appointmentTeam Lead: Marty WilliamsServicesYes, I want to be included Worshipas a TeamSponsor on theSundays, 9 & 11 am. Wednesdays, 6:30 pm.Food Pantry fund is very low.Please make a donation today.Write "Food Pantry" on your checkor giving envelope.No, I do not want to be listed as a Team Sponsor on tResurrection Metropolitan Community Church2025 W11thHouston, Texas77008I designatethattheStreet,membershipsthat accompanymywww.ResurrectionMCC.org1. Handicap AccessibleSundays Nursery Available 9 & 11 amfor the Deaf 11 am2.Signed Children & Youth Program 11 amMost in Need of Canned Meat.9

Second FamilyCare Team MinistryNurseryHelp NeededIs looking for caring, loving, helping people just like you!We are seeking tender, competentchildcare providers with formalor informal experience. Shiftsare Sunday mornings and mayinclude Wednesday evenings.Approximately 4 hours each week, 15 per hour.The Care Team is ministry developed in partnershipwith Interfaith Care Partners and other congregations.Team members serve on this in-home support programas extended family and friends with Care Partners fromcongregation and community.Care Partners are those members of the congregationor community with special needs. Needs include respitecare for caregiver, emotional support during personal familycrisis, assistance after hospitalization, or any other time ofneed in the Care Partner's life.Our vision is to communicate God’s unconditional loveto all people through simple acts of kindness to membersor our church family and community who have a need andseek our help. We believe the Christian community shouldreach out with loving hearts and helping hands to serve ourcommunity and church family members.We believe that byproviding emotional, practical and spiritual support with anattitude of love and grace, we can create a positive change inthe lives of individuals and their families.Through this formof Christian action, we envision a renewed hope in Christand in the Christian community.If you would like be a ministry team member, we meet onthe first Sunday of each month, following the 11 am servicein the Activities Building for lunch, training, and fellowshipcare and planning.If you would like to be a Care Partner and have a specialneed please fill out a request sheet that is available at all theentrance to the sanctuary and place it in the box labeled,CareTeam. For more information on giving or receiving care,contact Jason Wood, Director of Connections by email atJason@ResurrectionMCC.org or call 713-861-9149 x105.Contact Rev. Kristen:713-861-9149 x107RevKristen@ResurrectionMCC.orgConnections First ImpressionsLife Development Youth Ministries ProgramsWorship & Altar MinistriesSpring "Season of Service"(March, April, May)Volunteer Training DaySaturday, February 21Various Training Opportunities Offered 9 am - 5 pmTraining: 9 am - NoonYouth Ministries Programs VolunteersTeachers & Assistants for a 3-Person Teaching Team Serve 1 Sunday a Month for 3 Months All Age Groups Available (Infants-Tweens) Training & Teaching Materials ProvidedTraining: 1 pm - 3 pmFirst Impressions VolunteersWelcome Team, Usher Team, Concierge Desk Hosts,Inspirations Gift StoreTraining: 3 pm - 5 pmWorship &

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