Professor Doug Lay - 1-2-2016 Sermon


Sermon Notes


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Sequence of Events

No.Worship Task 
MC welcomes members and recites opening prayer.
MC introduces worship leader, Nathan Drake.
Worship team sings first 3 songs.
Worship team invites Professor Doug Lay to give the sermon.
Professor Lay delivers the sermon.
MC steps up and offers a communion prayer and announces communion.
MC requests offerings and delivers announcements while offering is collected.

1. We have been approved as a 501(c)(3) church as of 12/15/15. Please make your offering checks out to "Everyday Fellowship".

2. Everyday Fellowship is now supporting missionaries. We sponsor Eric & Melissa Davis and Jennifer.

3. Everyday Fellowship has gifted a new wireless microphone and new DVD recorder to New Life Christian Church. This replaces equipment that has failed or is "on its last leg".

4. Ken Baehr distributes coats and hoodies to the homeless and people in shelters. If you have extra coats or hoodies please give them to Ken or drop them by the tech booth. We need sizes "large" and bigger.

5. The men of Everyday Fellowship are invited to a Monday night prayer meeting at 7:00pm at Ken & Sue Baehr's house, 2787 Westminster, Florissant, 63033.

6. The women of Everyday Fellowship are invited to a Tuesday evening Bible Study titled "Art Inspired By His Words", hosted by Sue Baehr. Start time is 6:30pm. It is at Sue's home, 2787 Westminster, Florissant, MO 63033.

7. Prayer requests and our offerings from prior weeks are listed in the bulletin. Please keep our folks in your prayers.

8. Announcements are posted on the Facebook Everyday Fellowship group and at

9. If you are not on our roster, contact forms can be put in the offering buckets.

After announcements, if collections are still being made, worship team plays background music.
MC says closing prayer and dismisses congregation.
MC = Nathan Drake, Ken Baehr

WT = Nathan Drake

Worship Songs

Blessed Be Your Name
In Christ Alone
Second Chance
Nothing But The Blood