Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church1060 West 30th StreetIndianapolis, Indiana 46208317-925-4563www.pilgrimmbc.orgDr. LeRoy Wadlington, PastorYouthDayThemeYoung SoldiersUsing Praise as Their Weapon2 Chronicles 20:15-24Guest SpeakerRev. Jeffrey N. Brown Jr.Youth PastorFaith Tabernacle Word Center
Pilgrim Missionary Baptist ChurchAnnual Youth DaySunday, July 27, 2008Order of ServiceCall to WorshipDevotionMin. Jejuan WestmorelandPraise Team/Creations of God & Inspiration Through DanceResponsive ReadingJada BaileyCongregational SingingRachel BibbsWelcomeChayla HolderAnnouncementsAnthony Finch, Jr.Emphasis on Youth Day ThemeDwayne HolderPastoral ObservationsSelectionsChildren’s and Youth Day ChoirsStewardship EmphasisGod’s Provision for Ministers1 Corinthians 9:13-14Offertory PrayerNia BeltonTithes & OfferingsAltar PrayerEshe AustinSelectionYouth Day ChoirIntroduction of SpeakerMakayla RussellSelectionYouth Day ChoirMessageRev. Jeffrey N. Brown, Jr.Youth PastorFaith Tabernacle Word CenterInvitation to DiscipleshipBaptismBenediction
Praise SongsEverybody Clap Your HandsWe praise you oh Lord.We magnify your name.We worship you oh Lord.We magnify your name.Everybody clap your hands.Everybody clap your hands.This is the way we praise him, clap your hands.(repeat)Lifting our voice. Singing our song.Praising the Lord. All the day long.***********************Oh Lord, We Worship and Adore Your NameOh Lord, we worship and adore your name.(repeat)
Responsive ReadingGod’s Battle2 Chronicles 20:15-18; 21-22LEADER: And he said, “Listen, all you of Judah and youinhabitants of Jerusalem, and you, King Jehoshaphat! Thussays the LORD to you: ‘Do not be afraid nor dismayedbecause of this great multitude, for the battle is not yours, butGod’s.CONGREGATION: Tomorrow go down against them. They willsurely come up by the Ascent of Ziz, and you will find them atthe end of the brook before the Wilderness of Jeruel.LEADER: You will not need to fight in this battle. Positionyourselves, stand still and see the salvation of the LORD, whois with you, O Judah and Jerusalem!’ Do not fear or bedismayed; tomorrow go out against them, for the LORD iswith you.”CONGREGATION: And Jehoshaphat bowed his head with hisface to the ground, and all Judah and the inhabitants ofJerusalem bowed before the LORD, worshiping the LORD.LEADER:And when he had consulted with the people, heappointed those who should sing to the LORD, and whoshould praise the beauty of holiness, as they went out beforethe army and were saying: “Praise the LORD, For His mercyendures forever.”TOGETHER: Now when they began to sing and to praise, theLORD set ambushes against the people of Ammon, Moab, andMount Seir, who had come against Judah; and they weredefeated.
Congregational SingingPraise Him, Jesus Blessed SaviorChorusPraise Him, Praise Him, Praise Him, Praise Him!Jesus, blessed Savior,He’s worthy to be praised!Verse 1From the rising of the sun,Until the going down of the sameHe’s worthy, Jesus is worthy,He’s worthy to be praised!ChorusVerse 2God is my rock,Rock of salvationA strong deliverer,In Him will I always trust!Chorus
AnnouncementsDEACONS ON CALL (July): Randy Staten (289-1951), Mickie Toler (253-7676),Aaron Howard (489-1311)CHURCH BUS If you plan to ride the bus, please call the Church Office (925-4563)by 2pm on Friday, leave your name, address, & phone number.Marion County Health Department Family Day will be held Saturday, August 2(9am-3pm) at the Marion County Health Department (3838 N. Rural St.) There will bebirth certificates (fee & id required), immunizations (bring shot records), school supplies, health screenings, and sports physicals. Call 221-2464 for more information.The United Northwest Area (UNWA) residents and stakeholders will come togetherat the National Night Out 25th Anniversary, Tuesday, August 5 (6:30-8:00pm) here atPilgrim Baptist Church. For more information visit www.nationalnightout.org.Volunteers are needed to help plan this year’s Health Fair/Fun Day scheduled forSaturday, September 20. Interested persons should contact Serena Fowlkes.Little Bethel HYPE Ministry will sponsor a college and career planning fair on Saturday, August 2 (10am-2pm) at Little Bethel Community Center (3279 Winthrop Avenue). There will be representatives from historically black colleges, Center for Leadership Development, local colleges, and the National Society of Black Engineers.The ANNUAL CHURCH PICNIC will be held Saturday, August 2(10:00am - 4:00pm) at Riverside Park (Shelter #5)Deacons & TrusteesDrinks & s AidBaked Beans/Deviled EggsMissionaries/MatronsSaladsDeaconessMacaroni & CheeseMusic DeptVegetablesYoung Adult MinistryCorn-on-cob (for grill) / Fresh fruitThe Church will provide all meat and bread. All are invited to come out, bring adish, and fellowship with the church family. There will be games & prizes too!Youth Day Afternoon Worship, Today, 4:00pmfeat. Napoleon Williams w/True Friends - True Praise and Krash KrewWomen’s Day Choir RehearsalThursday, July 31, 7:00pmAnnual Church PicnicSaturday, August 2, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Mark Your Calendar!!Women’s Day Choir RehearsalsJuly 31, August 7, 14, 19, 21Young Adult Ministry Ice Cream SocialSaturday, August 9Worship with New Garfield Baptist ChurchSunday, August 10Women’s Day Walk-a-thonSaturday, August 16Women’s ConferenceSaturday, August 23Annual Women’s DaySunday, August 24UPCOMING SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONSAugust 3Committed LivingJames 1August 10Honoring All PeopleJames 2YOUTH & CHILDREN’SSCHEDULECongratulations on a blessed Youth Day!!Enjoy your break during the month of August.
Youth DaySunday School ParticipantsBeginnersPrimaryAndrew AshChaz HolderDeion HolderNia BeltonJuniorWilliam AshDeondrea BeltonIntermediateRaShaune FinchJaylin FinchAdvancedRayanna BibbsTavin BrinkleyAdult #2Jeffry MartinJoseph WilsonAdult Women #1Charles HolderChristopher JonesAdult Women #2Wesley ShortGregory WilsonAdult Men #1Ebony JohnsonJazmen MarionAdult Men #2Ashley SuggsMariah LanierCo– SuperintendentsLasawni ReynoldsKyla BradleySecretaryRachel BibbsWelcomeDerrick LongEach class was taught by a representative of the Youth Department and arepresentative of the Children’s Department. The children learned therole of the teacher and assisted with the overall flow of the class.
Rev. Jeffrey N. Brown, Jr.Rev. Jeffrey N. Brown, Jr. a native of Indianapolis, Indiana, and is theson of Pastor Jeffrey, and Sherleyn Brown, Sr. Rev. Brown, Jr. is asixth generation preacher in his family. He accepted Christ at the ageof six and was baptized at Greater Northeast Baptist Church, of Indianapolis, Indiana.Rev. Brown attended Lawrence Central High School where he beganto get involved with Student Government. While playing football andwrestling, Rev. Brown was elected sophomore and junior class President. As a senior, he was elected by a student body of 2,000 to be thestudent body president of his high school. Rev. Brown loved to socialize with everyone. There was hardly anyone around the schoolincluding teachers, and administrators who didn’t know who he wasat the time. His big and beautiful personality is what people lovedmost about him.Rev. Jeffrey N. Brown, Jr. is a senior at Indiana State University majoring in English Teaching. He is involved in many organizations/activities such as Black Student Union, Ebony Majestic Choir, andN.A.A.C.P. He is also on various student boards as well. Rev. Brownwas elected by a student body of approximately 11,000 to be thethird, African American, male, student body, Vice President of theUniversity, and has fulfilled his term and tenure with the StudentGovernment Association.Rev. Brown believes that God has anointed him to be a leader at anearly age. He has served as the keynote speaker at various revivalsaround the Indianapolis and Terre Haute areas of Indiana. Aftergraduation Rev. Brown plans to obtain both a Master of Divinity anda Doctorate in Ministry. Rev. Brown has many aspirations and goalsin life that he is committed to achieving. He is determined to makethem a reality. Rev. Brown believes and knows that he can do ALLthings through Christ which strengthens him (Philippians 4:13).
Sick & Shut-InSis. Ora Baugh1127 Congress, 46208Sis. Velma BeasleyCommunity Nursing/Rehab, 5600 E. 16th St. 46218Sis. Mae Ann GilkeySpring Mill Meadows, 2140 W. 86th St., 46260860-0825Bro. Henry EubanksGolden Living Center - Brookview7145 E 21st St, 46219Sis. Mary Brown2906 Caroline Ave., 46218Bro. Elmos Jewell2146 White Ave., 46222Sis. Etta ColemanBro. William BellamyRosewalk Retirement Ctr, 1302 N. Ritter, 46219 2049 Cornell Ave 46202Sis. Rebecca Graves1228 W. 32nd St., 46208Sis. Jalene Spann291A JW Williams Road, Mendenhall, MS, 39114Sis Alice R. SmithGolden Living Center - BrookviewRm 4167145 E 21st St, 46219Sis. Callie McReynoldsNorthwest Manor Healthcare6440 West 34th StreetIndianapolis, IN 46224Sis. Ann Caudle16473 Chalet Circle, Westfield, IN, 46074Prayer RequestsBro. Robert BibbsSis. Luella MasonBro. Clinton TuckerSis. Vivian SpiveySis. Mary CookSis. Barbara HarrellSis. Lorraine FreemanSis. Margaret WilliamsBro. Wayman FlukerBro. Curtis ChapmanBro. William WheatleySis. Patricia BlakeyBro. Ronnie StatenBro. David AdkinsSis. Mary Anne CraigSis. Minnie BrooksSis. JoCarolyn AdkinsLittle Ni’Asia GraySis. Mary DennisBro. Ronald WrightSis. Betty Sue JonesSis. Beverly StephensSis. Helen WakefieldRev. Benjamin MitchellBro. Harrison PayneSis. Helen DavisSis. Desiree HambieSis. Earline HarrisSis. Lila RichieSis. Mary ClarkSis. Canary DouglassBro. David HarringtonCollege/Military/IncarceratedCarlos Owens, DOC #994304C-W-204, 1 Park RowMichigan City, IN 46360Continue to encourage and remember in prayer our college studentshome for the summer.
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Annual Women’s Day Sunday, August 24 Congratulations on a blessed Youth Day!! Enjoy your break during the month of August. Women’s Day Choir Rehearsals July 31, August 7, 14, 19, 21 . Beginners Andrew Ash Chaz Holder Primary Deion Holder Nia Belton Junior William Ash Deondrea Belton Intermediate RaShaune Finch Jaylin Finch Advanced Rayanna Bibbs Tavin Brinkley Adult #2 Jeffry Martin Joseph .
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