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We are so glad you have joined us today! Our desire is that God
would bless and direct this time together. Worship is an
interactive, participatory experience and our prayer is that the
service today would strengthen and encourage you on your
spiritual journey. Whether you are new to faith, just coming back
to church, or a long-time follower of Jesus, we hope you find your
time with us engaging and meaningful.

Worship: a time to connect with God through song and prayer.
Feel free to stand and sing with us as we praise God through
singing by following the on-screen lyrics. A typical service lasts
about 65 minutes.
Offering: We give tithes and offerings as a part of worship in
obedience, celebration, and thanksgiving to the Lord. Its also just
our way of saying, We love our church and we want to support
it! If you are a guest, you are not expected or obligated to give.
Children: We have a fully-staffed Nursery for ages three and
below. Kids ages 4-12 will be dismissed during the service to the
childrens chapel to be taught by Pastor Linda and her staff.
Message: The teaching time seeks to communicate biblical truth
in compelling, relevant ways. All of our messages are available
as podcast on our website www.estillnaz.org or through iTunes.
Response: When God is speaking, we take time to respond.
Most of the time this is after the message, but at other times it
may be in the middle of the service. An invitation is never needed
if you want to pray at the altar.
Communion: We take time monthly to celebrate Communion
and welcome all followers of Jesus Christ to participate in this act
of worship and remembrance regardless of membership or


TODAY-Sunday, April 5th Easter Sunday
Worship Services: 8:30am; 10:45am
Easter Family Breakfast: 9:45am
No PM Service
Wednesday, April 8th
Bible Study: 11:00am
Adult Bible Study: 6:30pm
Womens Bible Study: 6:30pm
Youth Ministries: 6:30pm
Childrens Ministries: 6:30pm
Thursday thru Saturday, April 9th - 11th
T.N.T. at TNU
Sunday, April 12th
Worship Services: 8:30am; 10:45am
Sunday School: 9:45am
Choir Practice: 4:45pm
Worship: 6:00pm

TODAY: April 5th
1st Service: Cassie Creson, Taylor Chandler
2nd Service: Cindy Kilpatrick, Bailee Hastings
No PM Service

March 29, 2015
Tithes & Offerings:
Received: $7,534.80
Received: $205
WEF Paid:

To know more about The Church of the Nazarene and what we

believe, check out our website at www.estillnaz.org.

Fiscal Year is 5/1/14 to 4/30/15

NEXT SUNDAY: April 12th

1st Service: Marty & Sandy Schefcik
2nd Service: Marcia Rouse, Emily Champion
PM Service: Ricky & Sharon Arnold

105 Flower Lane Drive

Estill Springs, TN 37330
Phone: 649-3867 Fax: 649-3410
Emails: office@estillnaz.org
Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday,
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Friday, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Micah 6:8 Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

S u n d a y , April 5, 2 0 1 5


Faith Promise Next Sunday - April 12th
With Special Guest Dr. Geneva Silvernail
We thoroughly enjoyed having Dr. Geneva Silvernail with us last
year. She is a fantastic storyteller and we are looking forward to
sharing with her again about missions and Faith Promise.
Dr. Geneva Jane Silvernail has given her life
to missions and theological education
throughout the world, having held teaching
and administrative posts in Guam;
Swaziland, South Africa; United States; the
Philippines; Papua New Guinea; and the
Caribbean, including St. Croix, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago,
and Dominican Republic. Her ministerial responsibilities have
ranged from service as coordinator of the General Nazarene
Missions International Convention in 2005, Academic Dean of
Caribbean Nazarene College, Asia-Pacific Regional Literature
Coordinator, President of the Melanesia Nazarene Bible College
in Papua New Guinea, and Vice President Asbury Theological
Dr. Silvernail obtained an Ed.D in Leadership and Professional
Practices from Trevecca Nazarene University in 2001, an M.A. in
Education from Olivet Nazarene University in 1975 and a B.S. in
History and Sciences from Western Michigan University in 1968.
She is an ordained Elder in the Church of the Nazarene, serving
as a Missionary Evangelist. Her storytelling style of preaching has
equipped her to reach the hearts of children, youth, and adults in
revivals, retreats, and mission services around the world. Dr.
Silvernail is an author and contributing writer for several
Dr. Silvernail lives in Lebanon, Tennessee and is the mother of
three adult children and six grandchildren.

No Choir Practice Tonight

Getting Real SS Class - New Study
Bible Basics: Jesus
Starts April 12th at 9:45am
Who is Jesus and how is he different from all other
religious leaders in the world? Come and discover the lifechanging impact of Jesus of Nazareth.
New Young Adult Class
A Sunday morning small group for those in their 20s & 30s,
single or married. This class will be led by Jason & Jennifer Ray
and will meet in Pastor Matts office space in the McCormack
Center. Coffee and light breakfast provided.

THANK YOU How do we begin to say Thank You for all

youve done for us? God is so amazing and we are so
blessed to be a part of such a fantastic family of God. You,
our family, have provided us baby gifts, money, food,
prayer, encouragement and the list goes on. There are so
many people that have joined us on this journey that we
cant begin to individually recognize. Please know that each
one of you is greatly appreciated. May God bless each of
you for the thoughtfulness and kindness you have shown
our family. We look forward to all of you continuing on this
journey with us and cant wait to see what great things God
is going to do through this adventure. We love you all Matt, Keri, Bailee, Emily, Matthew, William and Emmett.

Annual Church Leadership Elections

Sun. April 19th, Wed. 22nd, Sun. 26th

NYC Envelope Fundraiser
Help a teen attend Nazarene Youth Conference this summer.
See a youth in the foyer to get your envelope and get involved.

MICAH 6:8 MINISTRY from Sandy Schefcik

Did You Know... that FEMA (Federal Emergency Management
Agency) regulations will go into effect next March and state governors
have a choice to comply with the regulations or lose millions of dollars
in FEMA relief planning? Under the new regulations, only states that
tackle the effects of "changing environmental or climate conditions" in
their long-term "hazard-mitigation plans" will qualify for funding.
Specifically, governors must "identify tools and approaches that enable
decision-making to reduce risks and increase resilience from a changing
climate." FEMA's plan comes on the heels of a report from key
environmental experts, who agreed last year that the White House's
National Climate Assessment is a "masterpiece of marketing" that
crumbles like a "house of cards" under the weight of real-world
evidence. In an open letter, experts criticized the government's "climate
models" for dramatically failing basic verification tests. The
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change admitted that the world's
temperatures haven't risen in 17 years.