Posted by David Gross

“We Proclaim Jesus Christ and Promote
Communities of Joy, Hope, Love and Peace”
672 Azalea Road
Mobile, AL 36609

Pastor Wayne Gibson – 228/383-7888
Pastorate Tim Lynn – 661-8975
Jerolyn McManus – 342-4974
John Parker – 391-8553

April 27, 2014
11:00 A.M.

“Peace Be With You”

Prelude: Anne Rose
“I’ve Got Peace Like a River” (See Insert)

Welcome Sheila Steiner

Responsive Reading of Peace:
Leader: The Lord is my chosen portion and my cup.
Congregation: I am thankful for my heritage.
Leader: I bless the Lord who gives me counsel.
Congregation: In the night I listen for God’s word to me.
Leader: I keep the Lord always before me.
Congregation: Therefore my heart is glad.
Leader: God shows me the path of life and joy.
All: And I will live in hope.

*Hymn CCS 319
“We’re Singing a Peace Song”

*Opening Prayer Randy McDill
*Response Anne Rose

Hymn and Lighting of Peace Candle CCS 149
“My Peace”

Disciples’ Generous Response
Blessing and Receiving of Offering Sharon Blais

Testimonies of Peace: Sheila Steiner
Kay McDill
Sharon Blais
Larry Steiner

Challenge Reading George Blais

*Hymn CCS 650
“Go My Children, with My Blessing”

*Closing Prayer George Blais

*Postlude Anne Rose

*Congregation standing

Deacon in Charge Donnie Startz


9:45 A.M. – Sunday School Classes
Adults – Tim Hogue, Teacher
The Book of Mormon’s Witness to Its First Readers
11:00 A.M. – Sheila Steiner
Wee Church
Deacon in Charge – Donnie Startz


9:45 A.M. – Sunday School Classes
Adults – Tim Hogue, Teacher
The Book of Mormon’s Witness to Its First Readers
11:00 A.M. – Donnie Startz
Deacon in Charge – Rick Griffin


The Pastor will be available at the church on Tuesday and Friday mornings, 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 Noon.

A Book of Mormon class is meeting the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at someone’s home. Please contact George and Jean Goff for details.

We are now posting videos of our Sunday services at: Please share this link with everyone! Invite them to worship with us. Also, check out our Facebook page and like us. Search for “Community of Christ Church Mobile”.

Anyone who needs a Church name badge, send email to, or let David Gross, Jr. know.

Elder Joe Bracewell is available for hospital ministry for anyone as needed. Call him at 251-344-6l37.

Apr. 27—May 3 – George Farnell, Shannon & Joseph Stringer
May 4 – 10 – Jean and George Goff, Edward and Jennifer Flelming
May 11-17 – Jack Vickrey, Al McManus, John Sebastian, Stanley Barlow
May 18-24 – John Parker, Clifff and Joyce Young, Mary Cleveland

Important Dates:

May 17 – Summer Camp Kickoff
June 7-12 GMC Reunion
June 22-28: Sr. High Camp
June 29-July 5: Jr. High Camp
July 6-11: Jr. Camp
July 19-26 – Spectacular

“Bear one another’s burdens and so fulfill the
law of Christ.” Galatians 6:2

Buddy Edwards (Jacque Martin’s brother-in-law)
Viktoria Kyines – Sonny Goff’s art teacher
Robert Goff – Sonny Goff’s brother
Elizabeth Barbour
Lloyd Parker
Julia Mae Wilson
Family of Eulis H. Manning
Tommy Sutton
Sharon Oaks (sister-in-law of Mary & Billy)
Robert Piske (cousin of Mary Oaks)
Crystal Pugh Faulkner (friend of Angie Pruna)
Cliff Decker (father of Brenda Salzman) in rehabilitation center
Brenda Salzman (cancer)
Everline Beaulieu Griffin (Mother of Rick Griffin) Cancer
Dolly Ladnier
Dorothy Pruna (mother of Ken Pruna)
Peggy Gross
Donna McCauley (Cogburn West Nursing Home – Room 121B)
Laura Vickrey
Barbara Horton (neighbor of the Goff’s) – cancer
Arlene Dockens Chrun
LaNelle Wilson

NOTE: Prayer requests will remain on the prayer list for one month and then be deleted unless we are notified otherwise. Please call the church office, 661-8525, to add or delete names.

He Chose the Cross

To some it’s just an emblem, a formality.
It’s a symbol that’s been used so frequently.
Many blaspheme and despise.
Though it’s ancient, it abides.
A shrine to death that stands for life to me.


There was a cross made for the Son of God at Calvary.
Two pieces of rough timber on a hill.
Through His hands and through his feet,
He took the nails for you and me.
Angels watched as He died for the lost.
Though He could have walked away He chose the cross.

You see why this old emblem is so dear to me.
It stood for suffering, yet it brought us peace.
It bridged the gap for men.
Offered cleansing for our sins.
An icon that reminds us that we’re free.


God forbid that I should ever let my memory fade.
But forever keep the cross in view
For that’s where I was saved.


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