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Announcements This Sunday Calendar and Daily Bi Reading Thurs 6/4/20 ~ 2 Samuel 22:1‐23:23 Acts 2:1‐47 Psalm 122:1‐9 Proverbs 16:19‐20 Mon 6/1/20 ~ 2 Samuel 18:1‐19:10 John 20:1‐31 Psalm 119:153‐176 Proverbs 16:14‐15 Wed 6/3/20 ~ 2 Samuel 20:14‐21:22 Acts 1:1‐26 Psalm 121:1‐8 Proverbs 16:18 Tues 6/2/20 ~ 2 Samuel 19:11‐20:13 John 21:1‐25 Psalm 120:1‐7 Proverbs 16:16‐17 Saturday 6/6/20 ~ 1 Kings 1:1‐53 Acts 4:1‐37 Psalm 124:1‐8 Proverbs 16:24 Friday 6/5/20 ~ 2 Samuel 23:24‐24:25 Acts 3:1‐26 Psalm 123:1‐4 Proverbs 16:21‐23 Sunday 6/7/20 ~ 1 Kings 2:1‐3:2 Acts 5:1‐42 Psalm 125:1‐5 Proverbs 16:25 Live Streaming on our website will continue. www.firstprotestant.com 9:00 Traditional / 11:00 Contemporary Check out the website to find out about all the recautions that are being taken to prepare for the worship services to keep everyone safe. Watch for updates and announcements on the egular and Relevant Updates and “3 for 3” Call For Prayer through email and check our website: www.firstprotestant.com All mid-week activities are cancelled this week. Please check the website, www.firstprotestant.com for updates. Our Facebook page is updated and full of helpful info from Worship Streams, weekly video “booster shots” from Rev. N. Stan Hankins, youth and children video from Pastor Tyler Reed and other announcements. Go to our page, First Protestant Church New Braunfels , to check it out! This week’s radio broadcast is given in loving memory of Ben Jack Kinney and Roy Kinney by Carole and Layton Leissner The flowers on the altar: The color white is color at its most complete and pure, the color of perfection. The psychological meaning of white is purity, innocence, wholeness and completion. In color psychology white is the color of new beginnings, of wiping the slate clean, so to speak. It gives it meaning. The ivy plant signifies your thriving towards enlightenment, advancement in spirit; it is an alert for a spiritual awakening and rising to higher consciousness. The Celtic meaning of the ivy deals with connections and friendships because of its propensity to interweave in growth. ... The ivy is also a symbol of survival and determination 9:00am 10:00am 11:00am Traditional Worship - Sanctuary No Sunday School at this time Contemporary Worship - Schumann Hall Family Promise of Greater New Braunfels has a new graduate! Our church is one of a number of churches in town that support Family Promise. For several months a family with three children have been living in small quarters at the Day Center where the offices of Family Promise are located. Since churches have not been able to house the homeless families during this pandemic, this family has been staying at the Day Center, but now they have graduated out to their own home. If you are able, it would be wonderful if our church family could show- er this mom and her children with giſt cards from either Wal Mart or HEB. The cards can either be brought to the church and placed in the marked boxes for Family Promise or mailed to FPGNB, Box. 311866, New Braunfels, Texas 78131. Designate the cards for the latest new graduate. Thank you! Edie Burquest, Coordinator Quesons? Call 830 481 8108 “Great Comebacks” Rev. N. Stan Hankins Ezra 1:1-6 Introduction: 1. Welcome Home. 2. Comebacks of all types… 3. How God restores. I. Our God has: A. A Long M___________________ (prophecy, true to His Word) 1. Jer 25 & 29 2. 70 yrs a long time! 3. II Pe 3:9 4. God’s promises have no expiration date! B. A Strong H___________________ (Sovereign, uses secular) 1. Prior: used King Nebuchadnezzar 2. Uses…Coronavirus… 3. Gen 50:20 4. God never stumped or trumped. 5. Jer 29:11 6. Is 44 & Dan 1:21 II. His People have: A. Soft H_______________________ 1. v5 “whose spirit God stirred” 2. Willing participants 3. Ex 25 & 35 (“whose heart stirred him”) 4. II Cor 8:1-4 5. Philemon 3x “refresh my heart in Christ” B. Glad H_______________________ 1. v6 “encouraged them…free will offering” 2. I Chron 29 3. II Cor 9:7 4. When love God; no ask, “How little? But rather, How much?” Addendum: Ez 3:10-13 Mixed Emotions 1. Not the same 2. Nostalgia is nice: but cannot take you forward.

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  • Announcements

    This Sunday

    Calendar and Daily Bi Reading

    Thurs 6/4/20 ~ 2 Samuel 22:1‐23:23 Acts 2:1‐47 Psalm 122:1‐9 Proverbs 16:19‐20

    Mon 6/1/20 ~ 2 Samuel 18:1‐19:10 John 20:1‐31 Psalm 119:153‐176 Proverbs 16:14‐15

    Wed 6/3/20 ~ 2 Samuel 20:14‐21:22 Acts 1:1‐26 Psalm 121:1‐8 Proverbs 16:18

    Tues 6/2/20 ~ 2 Samuel 19:11‐20:13 John 21:1‐25 Psalm 120:1‐7 Proverbs 16:16‐17

    Saturday 6/6/20 ~ 1 Kings 1:1‐53 Acts 4:1‐37 Psalm 124:1‐8 Proverbs 16:24

    Friday 6/5/20 ~ 2 Samuel 23:24‐24:25 Acts 3:1‐26 Psalm 123:1‐4 Proverbs 16:21‐23

    Sunday 6/7/20 ~ 1 Kings 2:1‐3:2 Acts 5:1‐42 Psalm 125:1‐5 Proverbs 16:25

    Live Streaming on our website will continue.www.firstprotestant.com

    9:00 Traditional / 11:00 ContemporaryCheck out the website to find out about all the recautions that

    are being taken to prepare for the worship services to keep everyone safe.

    Watch for updates and announcements on the egular and Relevant Updates and “3 for 3” Call For Prayer through email and check our website:www.firstprotestant.com

    All mid-week activities are cancelled this week. Please check the website, www.firstprotestant.com for updates.

    Our Facebook page is updated and full of helpful info from Worship Streams, weekly video

    “booster shots” from Rev. N. Stan Hankins,

    youth and children video from Pastor Tyler Reed and other announcements. Go to our page,

    First Protestant Church New Braunfels, to check it out!

    This week’s radio broadcast is given in loving memory of Ben Jack Kinney and

    Roy Kinney by Carole and Layton Leissner

    The flowers on the altar:The color white is color at its most complete and pure, the color of perfection. The psychological meaning of white is purity, innocence, wholeness and completion.

    In color psychology white is the color of new beginnings, of wiping the slate clean, so to speak.

    It gives it meaning. The ivy plant signifies your thriving towards enlightenment, advancement in spirit; it is an

    alert for a spiritual awakening and rising to higher consciousness.

    The Celtic meaning of the ivy deals with connections and friendships because of its propensity to interweave

    in growth. ... The ivy is also a symbol of survival and determination

    9:00am10:00am11:00am

    Traditional Worship - SanctuaryNo Sunday School at this timeContemporary Worship - Schumann Hall

    Family Promise of Greater New Braunfels has a new graduate! Our church is one of a number of churches in town that support Family Promise. For several months a family with three children have been living in small quarters at the Day Center where the offices of Family Promise are located. Since churches have not been able to house the homeless families during this pandemic, this family has been staying at the Day Center, but now they have graduated out to their own home. If you are able, it would be wonderful if our church family could show-er this mom and her children with gift cards from either Wal Mart or HEB. The cards can either be brought to the church and placed in the marked boxes for Family Promise or mailed to FPGNB, Box. 311866, New Braunfels, Texas 78131. Designate the cards for the latest new graduate. Thank you! Edie Burquest, Coordinator

    Questions? Call 830 481 8108

    “Great Comebacks”Rev. N. Stan Hankins

    Ezra 1:1-6

    Introduction:1. Welcome Home.2. Comebacks of all types…3. How God restores.

    I. Our God has: A. A Long M___________________ (prophecy, true to His Word) 1. Jer 25 & 29 2. 70 yrs a long time! 3. II Pe 3:9 4. God’s promises have no expiration date! B. A Strong H___________________ (Sovereign, uses secular) 1. Prior: used King Nebuchadnezzar 2. Uses…Coronavirus… 3. Gen 50:20 4. God never stumped or trumped. 5. Jer 29:11 6. Is 44 & Dan 1:21

    II. His People have: A. Soft H_______________________ 1. v5 “whose spirit God stirred” 2. Willing participants 3. Ex 25 & 35 (“whose heart stirred him”) 4. II Cor 8:1-4 5. Philemon 3x “refresh my heart in Christ” B. Glad H_______________________ 1. v6 “encouraged them…free will offering” 2. I Chron 29 3. II Cor 9:7 4. When love God; no ask, “How little? But rather, How much?”

    Addendum: Ez 3:10-13 Mixed Emotions1. Not the same2. Nostalgia is nice: but cannot take you forward.

  • May 31, 2020Traditional Worship Service

    9:00am

    Where Everybody is SomebodyAnd Jesus Christ is Lord

    Worship

    172 W. Coll Street, New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830) 609-7729Rev. N. Stan Hankins - Interim Senior [email protected]

    Rev. Phil Brown - Executive [email protected] Reed - Director of Youth [email protected]

    Jill Rodriguez - Director of Lay [email protected] Dr. Joey Martin - Director of Music & Fine [email protected]

    Sheenae Hernandez-Garcia - FPS [email protected]

    Doreen Schaeffer - Business [email protected] Jerald Schroeder - Director of [email protected]

    Melanie Gillum - Administrative [email protected]

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    Ext. 20

    Ext. 22

    Ext. 13

    512-787-2269

    830-606-4110

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    FPC Staff Contact Info

    Executive Minister Reverend Phil Brown is on sabbatical leave until July 19th. Please lift him in prayer for this season of professional growth and personal renewal. The staff stands ready to serve the congregation in ministry.

    Prelude “Morning Has Broken” ~ Trad. Gaelic Melody

    Welcome

    Call to Worship “Sing a New Song” – Long

    FPC Vocal Ensemble

    *Hymn (#319) “Immortal, Invisible God Only Wise”

    *Sharing of Fellowship

    *Opening Prayer

    * Gloria Patri (#142)

    Service of Prayer

    Hymn (#98) “Great is Thy Faithfulness”

    Scripture ReadingJeremiah 29:10-14

    Anthem “Sing a New Song to the Lord” Larry L. Long

    FPC Vocal Ensemble

    Message “Great Comebacks”Rev. N. Stan Hankins

    Tithes & Offerings

    Offertory “Gather Us In” ~ Marty Haugen

    Josh Arguelles, baritone

    *Doxology (#382)

    *Prayer of Thanksgiving

    Hymn (#123) “When We All Get to Heaven”

    *Blessing

    Postlude “When Morning Gilds the Sky” ~ Franklin Ritter

    We are joined in worship today by guest organist, Shareen Vader.

    Women’s Ministry will meet at the Frueholz Home on Monday

    June 8 @ 10:00AM.