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Bolindale Christian Church Service of Rededication Welcome to Worship Welcome all believers to Christ’s Bolindale Christian Church Service of Rededication Welcome to Worship Welcome all believers to Christ’s Table Communion Prayer and Communion Words of Stewardship & Offering Prelude: Let There Be Peace on Earth The Act of Rededication of All Scripture Reading: Matthew 16: 13 -20 - Sue Moody Welcome and Reading of Letters of Greeting – Pastor Ray p. 708 Call of Dedication to God – Julie Marinkovich Responsive Reading – Donna Mackey *Song: Here I Am Lord p. 589 (Please follow the Act of Rededication of All found in *Opening Prayer – Kim Hanawalt your insert. ) Scripture Reading: 1 Kings 8: 22 -30 - Kim Hanawalt p. 272 The Act of Rededication of the Church Facilities – Pastor Ray A Time for Personal Testimony (Please follow the Act of Rededication of Church Facilities found in your insert. ) The Act of Rededication of the Church Leaders Scripture: 1 Corinthians 3: 9 -13, 16 & 17 – Julie Marinkovich p. 972 Rededication of Pastor by Rev. Stephen Bentley, associate regional pastor, Christian Church in Ohio, Disciples of Christ Rededication of Church Leaders by Pastor Ray Blasko, Bolindale Christian Church The Lord’s Prayer – Kim Hanwalt Communion song: The Church’s One Foundation p. 401 *Song: I Surrender All p. 596 Invitation to the Laying of Hands Kim Hanawalt *Laying of Hands & Prayer by Rev. Stephen Bentley and Pastor Ray Blasko *Closing Song: Victory in Jesus p. 353 *Benediction Pastor Ray Aware of our rich heritage, we celebrate the lives of those who in times past have devoted themselves to the upbuilding of this congregation and who now surround us as a great host of witnesses to the power of God at work in this church. Holding this heritage in sacred trust, we have come now to consecrate afresh this house of God and this body of Christ – the church – to the worship of God and the service of the world * Please Stand if you are Able

Bolindale Christian Church 2749 Fairview SE Warren, Ohio 44484 330 -369 -3452 Pastor Ray Bolindale Christian Church 2749 Fairview SE Warren, Ohio 44484 330 -369 -3452 Pastor Ray Blasko 330 -898 -8044 Cell: 330 -979 -8265 Nathaniel Riggle, Organist Chuck Mackey, Elder Chair 330 -219 -9749 www. bolindalechristianchurch. org May 16, 2010 SERVING TODAY Liturgist……. . …. ……Kim Hanawalt & MANY PEOPLE! Elders ………………. …Chuck & Donna Mackey Deacons …………. . . Misty Randall & Martha Maryhew . . . . . Sheryl & Mike Dufey Preparing Communion …………. . ………………. …. …Kim Hanawalt Greeter(s). . …………………. . . . Chris Green Song Leader …………………. . . …Helena Gostovich THIS WEEK AT BOLINDALE CHRISTIAN WORSHIP …… Nursery available…. . . …………………. . . 10: 30 AM Sunday School ……………………… 9: 30 AM Bible Study……. . ……Sundays @ 9: 30 AM and Tuesdays @ 7: 00 PM Youth Group…………………Wednesdays, 6: 00 PM BIBLE STUDY – SUNDAYS AT 9: 30 and TUESDAYS AT 7: 00 PM

The Act of Rededication of the Church Facilities (Continued) One: To the glory of The Act of Rededication of the Church Facilities (Continued) One: To the glory of God, our Father, by whose favor we have builded; to the honor of Jesus the Christ, the Son of the living God and our Saviour; to the praise of the Holy Spirit, source of life and light. All: We rededicate this house. One: For worship in prayer and song, for the ministry of the Word, for the observance of the holy ordinances. All: We rededicate this house. One: To the sanctification of the family; to the training and nurture of childhood; to the inspiration of youth and the salvation of all. All: We rededicate this house. One: To the help of the needy; to the promotion of brotherhood; to the extension of the kingdom through the whole wide world. All: We rededicate this house. (The Lord’s Prayer: Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever. Amen) The Act of Rededication of ALL One: Wondrous God, the skies and the highest heavens cannot contain you, much less temples made by human hands. Yet you dwell on this earth among us and make yourself known in sacred space and time. Receive this house afresh for your glory as we rededicate it and ourselves to your service. All: Fill this sanctuary with your Holy Spirit. May its walls, its furnishings, its holy emblems, declare your praise. One: Consecrate afresh this building to your service and this church to Christ’s ministry. May we show forth your loving-kindness as a light upon a stand that leads others to see our good works and give you praise. All: Accept the praise of our lips, the songs of our hearts, the adoration of our spirits, that in all things we may glorify you and enjoy you for ever. One: Attend to every prayer uttered aloud or in secret, touching each heart with the certainty that no prayer goes unanswered. All: Proclaim your word by the reading of the scripture and the preaching of the gospel. May all take heart and believe to their salvation and to the renewal of the world. One: Reveal yourself to your people gathered around the Lord’s table in the breaking of bread and in communion with one another.

The Act of Rededication of ALL (Continued) All: Greet with outstretched arms newborn children The Act of Rededication of ALL (Continued) All: Greet with outstretched arms newborn children entrusted to your care, embracing them with a love that draws them ever nearer to you. One: Enfold in your loving care those who are baptized. Grant that they may know themselves to be members of the body of Christ through God’s everlasting covenant. All: Bless by your presence those who pledge themselves to one another in holy marriage, adding your strength to their vows. One: Reconcile by the power of your Spirit those who feel themselves estranged from you and one another. Within this body grant them your peace, putting an end to all hostility. All: Comfort all who gather in mourning for the loss of a loved one, giving them courage to celebrate the gift of life and to know your eternal love. One: Sanctify all that we are, all that we have, all that we shall become, and make us wholly yours. All: Blessing and glory and wisdom and thanksgiving and honor and power and might be to you, our God, forever and ever! Amen. The Act of Rededication of the Church Facilities One: We set apart this house to the worship of the living and true God, and to the service of Jesus Christ our Lord. All: We devote it to the preaching of the gospel of the grace of God for the conversion of sinners, and to the education of Christians in a knowledge of spiritual truth, in all the activities of Christian Life. One: Here the incense of prayer and praise ascend to God. Here shall the ordinanaces of the Lord’s house be sacredly observed. All: Here shall the Word of God, which liveth and abideth forever, be sounded out for the salvation of the perishing, and shine as a perpetual light to guide God’s pilgrims through the night of Time to the land of everlasting light. One: Here may children of sin and sorrow find a refuge from despair and ruin, and Christians a harbor to which they can resort when the tempest is high, and be safe. All: May no discordant note of strife ever be heard within these walls, no unholy spirit of pride or worldliness find entrance here. One: And may God graciously accept this offering of a house in His name-an offering made by grateful hearts and willing hands-and bless every heart that shares this gift. All: May multitudes here be born to God, so that when all these here today shall have gone to their eternal home, others will take up the service until Jesus comes and all His are gathered home.

News from the Hill May 16, 2010 Welcome to the Bolindale Christian Church. Today News from the Hill May 16, 2010 Welcome to the Bolindale Christian Church. Today is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it. We hope you have a blessed and spirit filled worship today. Graduation Do you know anyone who is graduating this year (college or high school)? Well, if so let Pastor Ray or Chuck & Donna know. The Meal We have a dinner after church today and EVERYONE is welcome. There is plenty of food for everyone and we would love to have you stay. “The Bridge” will be playing downstairs and you will want to hear this fantastic group. The burying of the time capsule will be AFTER dinner. Regional Men’s Retreat Greetings Ohio Disciples! The Ohio Disciples Men’s spring retreat is quickly approaching (Fri May 21 -Sat May 22). There will be no cost for those who join us on Saturday! We just ask that you preregister so we can buy enough food. (Please let Pastor Ray or Chuck know if you are interested in going. ) List of Building Improvements at Bolindale Christian 1. New Sanctuary windows 2. Air conditioning in the main building 3. New electrical service 4. Ceiling painting in the sanctuary 5. Painting in the nursery and adjacent room 6. Fellowship Hall painting 7. New ceiling in the serving area of the kitchen 8. Kitchen painting 9. New Kitchen countertops! 10. Dishwasher added to the kitchen 11. New electrical service in the Kitchen 12. New sidewalk in the front. 13. New insulation in the whole church 14. New flooring in the entry way and upstairs bathroom 15. Sump pump added in basement to solve perpetual flooding problems 16. New water lines 17. New sanctuary sound system 18. Drains removed in Fellowship hall and new tile added 19. New door on the Janitor’s room 20. New attic vent fan 21. New Fellowship Hall Lights Thank you for Helping the Building Fund GROW!

Families of Sheryl’s grandmother & Michael Krol – Dan Rydzak’s cousin (both passed this Families of Sheryl’s grandmother & Michael Krol – Dan Rydzak’s cousin (both passed this week), Mothers serving overseas, those who have lost mothers, Mrs. Hanawalt, Gary Watters – continued recovery, Mc. Dowell family, Lester Long – Donna’s brother – home but still needs prayer, Misty’s Grandma Randall & Harkovitch, Chris’ dad, Misty, Bill Blystone – friend of Ralph, Shelly Zolna, Dorothy Jean -Lisa Cox- David Wilson, Larry-Carl-Lola – family of Honey, Honey!, Elmer & Betty, Iris Carver, Charles Patterson, Linda Crooks. Harriet Hake: Harriet is now at Shepherd of the Valley in Niles, Ohio. Her room number is 709. Continue to pray for: Lisa Moody, Deva, June Hanawalt, Char Peterson, Billy – Char’s new grandson – needs continued prayer, Bill Thompson & Chris’ cousin in Iraq, Rob Williamson (and wife Diana) Ralph’s son in law, Nick Gostovich, Evonne Mc. Daniels, 2 nd Christian Church, New Life Christian Fellowship leaders, St Cyril & Methodius Church, our nation and all our service men and women. And Our Shut Ins: Madeline Wiles, Bob Snedden, AND Marsha Marlow at Autumn Hills. “Family Camp” If you would like to go to the Disciples fellowship retreat on Friday 5/28 - Sun. 5/30, please let Pastor Ray or Sue know right away. If you would like more information, please ask us, we’ll be GLAD to tell you. SPAGHETTI DINNER SAT. June 12 th 2 - 6 PM BOLINDALE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 2749 Fairview SE Warren, Ohio 44484 $5 ADULTS, $3 CHILDREN Flood Recovery Continues in Nashville by Gregory Rumburg, Elder, Vine Street Christian Church The rain just kept coming down. . . It's a common refrain within Nashville conversation this week. One part recollection. One part revelation of disbelief. "My daughter got scared, " Dave, a local father, shared. "She'd never seen so much water. " Others were not so fortunate. In water-ravaged neighborhoods, Metro Nashville officials are directing people to separate their homes and personal belongings--items now known simply as flood debris--into four piles. A fifth pile seems to be emerging-the one called, "Try to save. " A grandmother's trunk from Ellis Island. Christmas ornaments chock-full of family memories of holidays past. Photos documenting a once-happy family now separated by distance, death or divorce. . . and now flood water. The rain just kept coming down. . . (You may give to week of compassion in our offering and we will see that your gift reaches Week of Compassion)

Matthew 16: 13 -20 Now when Jesus came into the district of Caesarea Philippi, Matthew 16: 13 -20 Now when Jesus came into the district of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, "Who do people say that the Son of Man is? " [14] And they said, "Some say John the Baptist, but others Elijah, and still others Jeremiah or one of the prophets. " [15] He said to them, "But who do you say that I am? " [16] Simon Peter answered, "You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God. " [17] And Jesus answered him, "Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah! For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father in heaven.

[18] And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will [18] And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it. [19] I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven. " [20] Then he sternly ordered the disciples not to tell anyone that he was the Messiah.