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  • 1. This Week in the Life of Our Church Sunday, June 6 9:45am Sunday School Classes for all ages 11:15am KLUB Jesus 6:00pm Prayer Gathering Monday, June 7 6:00pm The Inn Growth Group – C4 6:00pm Sr Hi (City Teams) Tuesday, June 8 6:30pm Celebrate Recovery – 921 7th Street 7:00pm Third Service Worship Team Rehearsal - Sanctuary 7:00pm Council Meeting – Fellowship Center Wednesday, June 9 6:45pm Childcare- Rooms B3,C1/2 7:00pm Growth Groups- Rm C4, C5, LL1 Welcome to Oregon City Evangelical Church 7:00pm Adult Choir– Sanctuary 7:00pm Healthy Life-Style-Ministry Raising up generations of faithful and prepared followers of Jesus Christ. 7:00pm Prayer Gathering- Room C6 House 7:00pm JR High Youth- Room C7 9:00pm Prayer Gathering -Sanctuary 1024 Linn Avenue 7:00pm SR High Youth- Room D5 Mailing Address: PO Box 10 Oregon City, Oregon 97045  Telephone: 503 656-8582  Website: www.ocec.net Thursday, June 10 6:00pm Celebrate Recovery Meal - 921 7th Street Graduation Sunday, June 6, 2010 7:00pm Celebrate Recovery Meeting - 921 7th Street (Interpretive Sign Language provided at 8:15am.) 7:00pm The Inn - Sanctuary 8:15am & 9:45am ~ Blended Worship Saturday, June 12 7:00am Men/Mission– Fellowship Center 1  Worship Singing - Pastor Dave LeRud, leading 7:30am Men Prayer Breakfast – Fellowship Center 3  Adult Choir: Mighty God 9:00am VBS Skit Rehearsal – Sanctuary  Vocal Duet by Dave Arndt & Chris Pheil - I Stand All Amazed 10:00am Jr Hi 8th Graders Day Out  Message by Pastor Erin Loftis Valley Living Sunday, June 13 ~ Graduation Sunday Mark 9:2-10 8:15, 9:45, 11:15 Message by Erin Loftis 11:15am ~ Contemporary Worship  Worship Singing 6:00pm - Prayer Gathering  Message by Pastor Erin Loftis Valley Living Church Staff Mark 9:2-10 Pastoral Staff— Lead Pastor, Tom Hurt; Music/Worship/Prayer, Dave LeRud; Small Groups/Next Generation, Andrew Anderson; Student Ministries/Church Outreach, Erin Loftis; 6:00pm ~ Prayer Gathering Junior High, Josh Shelton; Children, Sue Burson; Visitation, Leroy Myers Ministry Directors— Nursery, Marilyn Brown*; Early Childhood, Brenda Heinsoo; SWAT (Wed. Evenings), Raelene Gilmore; Women, Sandy Richter; Men, Don Wallace*; Marriage, Tom & Liz Dressel*; Primetime Adults (55+), Ben & Carole Datria* Support Staff— Church Office: Leah Bellamy, Esther Entenman, Kay Neumann If you are a first-time or recent guest, we would love to get to know you! Maintenance: Jerry Wheeler Please complete a Communication Card located in the chair pocket in front of you. * Volunteer You may place it in the offering receptacle, give to an usher or leave it with a Welcome Center Attendant in the lobby.
  • 2. Part-time Secretary Job Opening ♦ Thank the Lord for the graduates that we honor today. Pray for The Church office is looking for someone to work Mon-Thurs from Noon-5PM. God’s leadership, provision and blessing as they pursue next steps. This position will perform office support activities which include handling ♦ Praise the Lord for His leadership, provision and blessing in all our telephone calls, receiving and directing visitors, word processing and basic lives. clerical tasks. Software skills are required including Microsoft Office: Excel, Word and Publisher. Internet and website knowledge are desired as this ♦ Pray for OCEC’s summer ministries with children and teens, soon to individual will be trained to help maintain the church website. Must have strong be underway, including VBS, Soccer Camp, summer youth camps, communication skills. Applications are available from the church office and will day camps and more. Pray for our Summer Ministries team be accepted through June 14. members as they serve. ♦ Pray for our nation’s president and leaders, as Scripture instructs Common Ground Cruisers (―Kings and authorities‖--I Tim. 2:1-2). Motorcycle Riders of Oregon City Evangelical Church ♦ Pray for those suffering from chronic illnesses, for those recovering Come join us for a ride! from surgeries, and for those who have recently suffered the death June 19th  9:00am of loved ones. Ride begins in the north parking lot. Got other friends with a cycle? Invite them to join us! Questions: Call Toby Anderson at 503-266-4383 Love Inc. Golf Benefit (4 Person Scramble) - Friday, June 18, 2010 at Charbonneau Golf Club  11:45 am Check-in  1:00 pm Shotgun Start 18 holes of golf ~ Golf cart ~ Bucket of balls ~ Box lunch Registration is $75 per golfer Church Prayer Focus— Registration forms are available on the Love Inc. website: Colbert Evangelical Pastor Werner & Debbie Seibert www.clackamasloveinc.org. Corvallis Evangelical Pastor Ron & Wendy Johnson Pastor Dave & Patty Jackson For more information, contact Rick Swindler Pastor Jason & Olivia Kinkner at rsswindler@aol.com or at 503 632-1126 OCEC Annual Vacation Bible School - June 21-25 Missionary Prayer Focus— … for children entering Kindergarten - Grade 6 this fall Tim & Diane Bennett ~ Papua New Guinea, WGM Registration forms at Children Ministry Board in lobby Cookies, crackers and more cookies are needed for VBS! They all joined together constantly in prayer... Acts 1:14 Many cookies and crackers are needed! We are requesting 6:00am Monday - Friday: First Watch (men praying for children/teens) Ministry House a wide variety of cookies (both homemade and store bought) 8:00am Mondays: Moms in Touch (mothers of adult children) - Ministry House for children and staff, but we would also like to provide some lower-sugar 7:00pm Wednesdays: Prayer Gathering - Room C6 options, especially: RITZ & GOLDFISH CRACKERS & VANILLA WAFERS. 9:00pm Wednesdays: Prayer Gathering - Sanctuary Please use a Communication Card to let us know the number of dozen cookies or boxes of crackers/vanilla wafers you can supply. Please bring homemade cookies stored in shoeboxes to prevent crumbling. ____________________________________________________________________________ Stewardship of God’s Resources Also needed... VBS Skit Items 2010 Needs Missions  Beige or White Netting or Mesh (2 sheets) Yearly Needs 1,120,000  Camping Coffee Pot and Cookware  Camping Cook Stove Weekly Needs 21,538  Lanterns (2 or 3)  Wooden Barrel  Empty Boxes (4 or 5 med.—lg.) Received Last Sunday 20,303 2,778  Folding Table and Chairs (preferably wooden) Actual Received Year-to-date 479,946 56,309 Skit Questions? Call Leah in the church office (503 656-8582) Proposed Need Year-to-date 473,846 Items may be brought to the church marked VBS starting now.
  • 3. Be a missionary from home! More Weekly News & Up-coming Events Angela Dillon is helping to coordinate host homes for 15 Japanese students July 20 - August 10 in Oregon City. Japan is a country with no concept of Summer B.L.A.S.T Day Camps Christ or Christianity. Would you be willing to spend three weeks this summer along with other families in showing a Japanese teen girl what a Christian Our Summer Ministries Leadership Team will be offering SIX family looks like? Summer B.L.A.S.T. (Bible Learning and Skill Training) Day Camps. Each day camp will teach Bible lessons focusing on For more information regarding your involvement and the exchange student getting to know God AND basic skills within the camp scheduling, contact Angela at 503-419-7721 or email to: emphasis. Skill Training Camp options planned are: Sports peasinapod_7@yahoo.com. Spectrum (volleyball, basketball, baseball & track & field) (Grades 1-4); Chef School (cooking & grilling) (Grades 2-6); Sewing (Grades 4-6); Horsemanship (Grades 2-6); Drama & Music (Grades 1-6); Photography (Grades 3-6). Summer Junior High - Recycle Fund Raising Project B.L.A.S.T. Day Camps will be 10am-2pm, Monday-Thursday. Three skill camp Cell Phones Cell phones only. Accepting NO chargers or accessories. options per week will be offered July 26-29 and August 9-12. Registration are Inkjet Cartridges Only small sizes that will fit into the palm of your hand. being received now! Plan to register early, camps will close when full! Laser Cartridges & Toner Cartridges NO fax cartridges, NO large printer Questions? Call Sue Burson, Pastor of Children, (503) 656-8582, ext. 106, or cartridges. Raelene Gilmore, Summer Ministries Director, (503) 656-1218. Items can be left in the receptacle provided on the lobby coat rack. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you have questions, call Pastor Josh at 503 804-4088. Ambassadors in Sport Soccer Camp ~ July 20-24 An OCEC sponsored camp designed to give young, developing players an Celebrate Recovery - Thursday Evenings opportunity to learn basic and advanced soccer skills in a fun, positive and ..a Christ-centered, Biblical based 12-step program dealing encouraging Christian environment. Coaches are highly experienced pro/semi- with life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups! pro players from around the world who are committed Christians and positive Using eight principles based on the beatitudes, Celebrate Recovery is role models. In addition to excellent coaching, they provide a daily life-related changing people’s lives and allowing them to step into God’s Grace. Team Talk geared toward communicating the life-changing message found in Now meeting at -- 921 7th Street (Oregon City) God’s Word. For Ages 6-16; 9am-3pm. Cost: $90 before May 31; $100 after May Thursday Evenings:  6:00PM - meal  7:00PM - meeting 31. Register at www.ambassadorssoccercamps.com. For more information, call Mike Cross at 503 867-3157 or Dyann Miller at 503 557-7998. Would you like to be involved in international missions without leaving your home? Serving In Our Armed Forces Host homes are needed for our 15 Ambassadors in Sport Pray for those from our church family or those who have relatives international coaches this summer, July 18-25. serving our country and away from home. Hosts need to provide meals and a bed for 2 or more coaches per Tim Anderson-Marines Chol & Heidi Kim-Air Force Scott E. Pierce-Army home. Coaches will need transportation to and from the church daily as they A.J. Asche-Army Peter Knight-Army Douglas Rosenburg-Marine coach the AIS Soccer Camp. Interested? Contact Val Cutter (503 650-2468) Mac Ashford-Marines John Koyama-Air Force Brandon E. Rouse-Marine for details and information this week. Jesse Atay- Marines Rick Koyama-Army Jon Shelton-Army Jeff Boone-Marines Rocky LaChance-Air Force Brandon Smith-Army Amanda Erickson-Army Kevin Larson-Air Force Justin Solem-Marine Primetimers to Leavenworth Michael Carlson-Air Force Bryan Lietzke-Air Force Kyle Steputis-Air Force August 3-5 Brian Christensen-Marines Brandon Little-Navy Nathan Tegeler-Air Force A trip to Leavenworth, Washington is Jeremy Delany-Army Brian McCartney-Marines Rebecca Tucker-Navy planned for August 3-5. Come along and Tim Delany-Army Sarah Miller-Army Chad VanDeWalker-Marines enjoy the outdoor play, The Sound of Music Keith Forsman-Marine Shawn Miller-Army Stacey Virgin-Navy on the 3rd. Ticket cost: $14.00 per person. Carpooling and housing to be Jessica Fosburg-Air Force Eric McPherson-Army David Walt-Marine arranged. Contact Mardell Hohensee at 503-722-4340 or email at Garbe, Paul-Army Amy Gail Mason-Air Force Bill Weatherell-Army rfhonsee@clear.net. Cory Griggs Torrey Meharry-Navy Cameron Workman-Marines David Hatlee-Army Valiant Mueller-Army David Wolrey-Navy Daniel Hoskins-Army Nathan Phillips-Army NOTE: Tickets will be purchased this next week. Another play, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, is presented on the 4th. If interested in Have any of the above service personnel returned? If so, please notify the church office. attending the second play, please mention it when making contact with Mardell.
  • 4. Mission Opportunity at Warm Springs All-Church Camp Out  July 9-11, 2010 Childcare Workers needed — Metzler Park - located seven miles south of Estacada. June 11-13 Simnasho Family Camp Weekend Cost: $40.00 (full payment due at registration) Please contact Richard Myhre at 503 557-1647 SPACE IS LIMITED: Register at the lobby desk TODAY! Camp Counselors needed — SITE INFORMATION and registration forms available at Grand Central June 21-23 Canyon Ranch Boys Camp June 28-30 Canyon Ranch Girls Camp CHECK-IN / CHECK OUT:  Check-in at 3:00PM  Check-out at 1:00PM Please contact Tom Wattenbarger at 503 819-7602 PETS are welcome. They must be leashed and not left unattended CONTACT INFORMATION: American Cancer Society Relay for Life ~ June 26-27 OCEC Registrars, Ralph & Melanie Scholz at 503 705-6909 Walk & Roll is Here to Stay, is a cancer survivor walk. If you would like to attend and/or be recognized on this team, contact Bob Howell at 503 504-9493 Annual National Night Out  August 3rd or at email, hillsidegang@msn.com. The Oregon City Police Department will be sponsoring the Annual National Night Out event at Chapin Park located at 340 Warner Parrott Road. The event will be held from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy an evening with your friends and neighbors! Free Hot Dog & Chips for the first 200 Oregon City residents! Raffle prizes for adults and children. For more information on this event check out the website at www.orcity.org/police. July 6-8 PrayKids Day Camp  10-11:30am ...a three day hands-on camp focusing on getting kids Pregnancy Resource Centers of Greater Portland is in great need of praying in a way they’ll find energizing and fun, not just volunteers to serve as Receptionists and Peer Counselors for each our five teaching them about prayer. Centers. Each Volunteer normally works a single, 4-hour shift each July 12-16 JR HI Camp - Triangle Lake (registration forms are online) week. Receptionists and Peer Counselors are crucial for PRC to deliver ...for students entering grades 7 & 8 this fall quality, caring service to all to women and families who come to a PRC Center. July 20-24 Ambassadors in Sport Soccer Camp for students 6-16 Southeast Portland Center - needs 13 counselors and 7 receptionists ...register on line at ambassadorssoccercamps.com Lloyd Center - needs 16 counselors and 5 receptionists July 26-29 Summer Blast - I Sports Spectrum (intro to 4 sports); Beaverton Center - needs 4 counselors and 1 receptionist Chef School OR Sewing Clackamas Center - needs 7 counselors and 4 receptionists August 1-6 SR HI Camp - Triangle Lake (registration forms are online) Gresham Center - needs 4 counselors and 1 receptionist ...for students entering grades 9-12 this fall If interested, please contact your nearest PRC Center or call Amelie August 9-12 Summer Blast - II Horsemanship; Drama & Music OR Lambert at (503) 256-0808, ext. 29. You can also email Photography Amelie@PortlandPRC.org. August 9-14 Junior Camp - Trout Creek Bible Camp ...for students entering grades 4-6 this fall Children’s Ministry Department For questions and/or more information about the activities above please contact Needed: Loving, caring adults to greet 2nd-6th grade children, listen to their the following: Bible memory work and assist them in completing crafts and Children: Pastor Sue Burson at 503 656-8582 ext 106 games. Assistants needed for 9:45 Sunday School hour June 27 – August 29 or Summer Ministry Coordinator, Raelene Gilmore 503 656-1218 in order to give Sunday School teachers and assistants a much-needed and Junior High: Pastor Josh Shelton at 503 656-8582 ext 104 well-deserved break. If you can be available for any or all of this time, please Senior High: Pastor Erin Loftis at 503 656-8582 ext 109 contact Sue Burson at 503-656-8582, ext. 106. The last scheduled Adult Sunday School is June 13th, with no  that items to appear in a Sunday bulletin must be submitted to the classes through July. Beginning August 8th and continuing church office by the Monday prior to the Sunday suggested? When using email, send to office@ocec.net; through the month, Jim Dahrens will be teaching on the topic of Subject Line: Bulletin Announcement Prayer at the 9:45 hour.