This Weeks Bulletin

This Week's Sunday Bulletin

Welcome to Immanuel

May 28, 2017

Sunday Morning Services
8am, 9:30am, 11am
Worship Center

Sold to Sin
1 Kings 21
Pastor Jesse Johnson

Evening Service
5:15pm, Atrium

Outrunning Providence
1 Kings 22
Pastor Jesse Johnson

DISCIPLESHIP MINISTRIES

Immanuel Budget Information

As part of our evening service on June 4, the elders have called a membership meeting where IBC members will affirm the budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. Budget information was emailed to members and is also available at the Welcome Center. Members of the Finance Committee will be in the Atrium between all morning services today and June 4, to answer any questions you might have. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact Executive Director of Operations & Finance, David Leach, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Men's Summer Sundae Series
June 14, 7–9pm, Atrium

Summer Sundae Series
Explore topics of interest from today's headlines with thought-provoking messages and an evening of fellowship. June 14 topic: The Impact of Bioethics and Gene Manipulation: Transgenic Species Today, Guest Speaker: Andrew Potter

Summer Women's Bible Studies

Women's Bible Studies
Are you looking for an opportunity to study the Bible with other women this summer? We have some great options for you to consider starting in June. On Monday evening, Beth Barnett is leading a study on 2 Peter: How to be Kept from Falling. On Tuesday evening, Lynn Smith is leading an inductive study on 2 Timothy beginning June 6. On Wednesday morning, Aleta Boylan is leading a Precept no-homework study, The Power of Knowing God, beginning June 7. (Sorry but childcare is not available for the summer studies.) Find out more and register at ibc.church/wmbiblestudy.

Time for Coffee
Tuesday, June 27, 9:30am, Atrium

Are you dropping off children at our morning VBS? Please join us for coffee on Tuesday morning, June 27, after you check in your children and fellowship with other moms in the church. We will also have representatives and information about different IBC ministries. Your tiny ones are welcome also. We will have cold drinks and snacks in addition to coffee. Stay for 10 minutes or stay for an hour.

Elder Saturday Prayer

The elders of Immanuel meet every Saturday morning for prayer at 7am in the Prayer Room. The congregation is invited to join them on the first Saturday of every month. They look forward to seeing you there this Saturday, June 3.

Upcoming Sunday Schedule

June 4
AM: Sunday Worship Special; Spirit and Truth, John 4:24, Jesse Johnson
PM: Chris Gleason Preaching; Congregational Meeting; Stomp Send-Off

June 11
AM: Mike Riccardi Preaching
PM: Who Made the Baker? John 6:35, Jesse Johnson; Communion

June 18
AM: The Million Dollar Question: Who gets to heaven?, Luke 18:9–14, Clint Archer
PM: The evening service resumes in September.

June 25
Thou shall have no other Gogs, Revelation 20:7–10, Jesse Johnson

Foundry Conference

Foundry Conference

UPCOMING MEMBERSHIP AND BAPTISM CLASSES

Discovering Immanuel
8am, Room A206

August 6
November 12
ibc.church/membership

Baptism
8am, Room A201

July 9
October 8
ibc.church/baptism

NEXT GENERATION MINISTRIES

Vacation Bible School

VBS
Mark your calendars for June 26–30. Morning program: 9:30am–12pm, for children age 4 by 9/30/17 through entering 3rd grade. Theme: Under Construction: Hearts Built by God. Evening program: 7–9pm, for children entering 4th through entering 6th grades. Theme: Project Serve. Register online at ibc.church/vbs. Cost: $15 until June 1st when rate increases to $20 (registration includes t-shirt).

Senior Beach Week
June 24–July 1

Senior Beach Week
High school seniors: Let's celebrate graduation together and enjoy each other's company in a safe, encouraging, God honoring environment. Register online at ibc.church/students. The registration cost is $500.

MISSION & OUTREACH

Featured Missionary

Tony and Marcia Haug
Tony and Marcia Haug
Japan
Pioneers

Tony and Marcia moved to Japan in 1989 to plant a church in the Kawanaka area of Shimonoseki. The Shimonoseki Christ Bible Church (SCBC) celebrated Easter this year in the best way possible – with two baptisms in the Japan Sea. They also hosted their annual Easter picnic with 41 children and 30 adults participating.

Over 20 years ago, SCBC purchased a bank building located near the center of Shimonoseki, renovated it, and opened the Shimonoseki Christian Center. At that time Christian bookstores were rare, so part of the building was used for a Christian bookstore. However, with the increasing use of the internet, the effectiveness of a bookstore as a way to meet people seeking spiritual information has diminished. To develop a more millennial-friendly venue, the bookstore is being converted into the Sonrise Coffee Shop, which will provide a place for evangelistic events, Sunday services and other gatherings. Another ministry housed in the Christian Center is the New Beginning International Preschool, which is designed to reach not only children, but their parents and grandparents.

Prayer Requests:
1. For SCBC to shine the light of Christ brightly in a country where less than 1% are evangelical Christians.
2. For New Beginning Pre-School to reach 20 students by April 2018.
3. For Shimonoseki Soul Search, a three-year initiative that seeks to find 300 Japanese who want to know more about God.

Medical Supplies Wish List

Help support the IBC medical team going to Rwanda in August and help the people of Rwanda they will serve. Donate needed medical supplies by going to ibc.church/stomp and follow the link to the medical team's wish list at Amazon.com. The supplies will be shipped directly to IBC. For more information, please contact the Mission & Outreach Office, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

STOMP Teams Send-off

Please join us during the evening service on Sunday, June 4, to hear about and pray for all of the short-term mission teams going out from IBC in 2017.

Safety and Security Seminar for Short-term Missions
Sunday, June 4, 3:45–5pm, Room A209-211

You are welcome to join us for a safety and security seminar focused on short-term missions. Leaders and participants of our STOMP teams are particularly encouraged to attend. Contact the Missions Office, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., for more information.

Support Mission Muffins
Sunday, June 4, Atrium

With the Ready2Cook program, employees learn baking, retail, marketing and business skills that make them ready for the job market. Every time you purchase these scrumptious muffins, not only are you getting the best baked goods money can buy, but you are helping to train and equip a homeless or employment-challenged individual to return to society. Learn more at www.missionmuffins.org.

Serving Dinner at Central Union Mission

Volunteer to serve dinner, 4:45–6:30pm, June 7, 14, 21 and 28. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit missiondc.org/volunteer to see other opportunities to serve at the Mission.

Prayer for the Persecuted Church

Qatar - #20 | Additional information is available at ibc.church/worldwatchlist.

CARE & COUNSELING

Grief Walk Support Group
Tuesday, June 13, 7–8:30pm

Please join us for help and encouragement if you are grieving the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend. Grief Walk offers a place where hurting people can find healing and hope in Christ. We meet at Matthew Place on the second Tuesday of each month. For information, please call 703.813.1952 or email Alice at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Flyers are available in the Atrium and Bookstore.

IBC Lay Counseling

Christ-centered, scripturally-based guidance, clarity, and perspective on the life issues we face, the Care and Counseling Ministry offers various support groups, and trained lay counselors who have walked life's journey with its blessings, joys and sorrows. For more information or to make an appointment, please contact the Care and Counseling Office at 703.813.1952 or email Joanne at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Employment Openings for 2017-2018

ICS is now accepting applications for a Lower School Teacher (part-time), Upper School Teachers (full-time), Art Teacher (part-time), Speech Therapist (part-time), Photographer/Videographer (full-time), Educational Technology Coordinator (full-time) and Orchestra Director (part-time). Part-time openings (perfect for students 16 years+) are now available in Extended Care for this year and next year. Visit icsva.org/employment for details and to apply.

Comedian Tim Hawkins at IBC On October 7

Tim Hawkins
Get ready to laugh out loud until it hurts! Immanuel Christian School is pleased to host Christian comedian Tim Hawkins on Saturday, October 7 at 7pm. Tickets are on sale now at icsva.org/hawkins. Hurry! This family-friendly event will sell out.

MUSIC & WORSHIP

Sunday Worship Special

Sunday Worship Special
Join us for worship on June 4th as the Choir and Orchestra share music from Brooklyn Tabernacle's album "I'm Amazed."

Fine Arts Camp
July 24–28

Fine Arts Camp
Mark your calendars for a fun-filled, Christ-centered, exciting week of music, dance, and drama that will culminate in a musical that will be enjoyable for the whole family. Camp is for children, rising 4th to rising 7th grade. Registration will be available soon.

IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN BOOKSTORE

This Week at the Bookstore

bookWe remember those who paid a dear price for the freedoms we live and enjoy.

As a thank you to our men and women in the military, we'll take 25% off any non-sale item/s in the Bookstore. Please show your ID to one of our sales reps to receive your discount.

Don't forget cards and gifts for the upcoming graduation season – we have a great selection!

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Contact Us

Immanuel Bible Church
6911 Braddock Road
Springfield VA 22151-3602


703-941-4124

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