Zebulon Baptist Church...SPIRITUAL FORMATION HIGHLIGHTS SPE IAL MUSI SPIRITUAL FORMATION REAKFAST:...

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LAST WEEK’S CHURCH RECORD Sunday School …………………………………………………………… 203 Worship Aendance …………………………………………………. 297 Weekly Budget Requirement …………………………. $15,608.00 Budget Giſts…………………………..…….…..…….…..… $19,828.33 YTD Budget Requirements …………….....…………. $263,974.00 YTD Budget Receipts ……………………………….…… $270,099.57 THE FAITH JOURNEY Total Campaign Goal………………………………... $1,070,000.00 Giſts for Week 115…………………………………...….….. $5,270.50 Total Giſts to Date…………………………………..……..$616,162.23 OUR CHURCH CALENDAR CHRISTIAN SYMPATHY Our Chrisan sympathy is expressed to Kae Henry in the death of her grand- mother. Our Chrisan sympathy is expressed to Jake Newbold and Amanda Buck in the death of their grandmother. OUR KNOWN SICK Rex Rehab: Judith “Pete” Pearce Zebulon Rehab: Peggy Parrish At Home: Linda Averee Duke Raleigh: Eddie Meyer TODAY 8:15am Youth Breakfast 9:00am Sunday School 10:15am Morning Worship 11:30am Youth Luncheon 11:30am Children’s Library Open MONDAY 9:00am-1:00pm Office Hours TUESDAY 9:00am-4:00pm Office Hours 11:00am Ladies Bible Study WEDNESDAY 9:00am-8:00pm Office Hours 5:30pm Children’s Library Opens 5:50pm Supper Line Opens WEDNESDAY 6:30pm K-3rd Missions Groups Junior Connecons Adult Handbells Giſting Ministry 6:45pm Older Preschool Missions 6:50pm Adult Prayer and Bible Study 7:10pm Cherub Choir, K-3 Juniors Choir, 4-7 7:15pm Music Mates for Older Preschool 7:45pm Youth Journeys Other programs conclude 8:00pm Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal THURSDAY 9:00am-4:00pm Office Hours FRIDAY 9:00am-4:00pm Office Hours 9:30am Giſting Ministry Zebulon Baptist Church Zebulon, North Carolina L. Jack Glasgow, Jr., Senior Pastor Barbara D. Glasgow, Minister of Music and Senior Adults Shannon Speller, Minister of Children, Outreach and Missions Lynn McLaughlin, Minister of Spiritual Formation Lauren Glasgow, Minister of Youth Linda Perry, Accompanist Cindy Carver, Assistant Accompanist June Sanders, Office Administrator Candace Heath, Office Assistant Visit our website at myzbc.org Our Welcome In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, we welcome you to a place in the sanctuary. May your coming and going be attended with richest blessing.
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  • LAST WEEK’S CHURCH RECORD Sunday School …………………………………………………………… 203 Worship Attendance …………………………………………………. 297 Weekly Budget Requirement …………………………. $15,608.00 Budget Gifts…………………………..…….…..…….…..… $19,828.33 YTD Budget Requirements …………….....…………. $263,974.00 YTD Budget Receipts ……………………………….…… $270,099.57

    THE FAITH JOURNEY Total Campaign Goal………………………………... $1,070,000.00 Gifts for Week 115…………………………………...….….. $5,270.50 Total Gifts to Date…………………………………..……..$616,162.23

    OUR CHURCH CALENDAR

    CHRISTIAN SYMPATHY Our Christian sympathy is expressed to Katie Henry in the death of her grand-mother. Our Christian sympathy is expressed to Jake Newbold and Amanda Buck in the death of their grandmother.

    OUR KNOWN SICK

    Rex Rehab: Judith “Pete” Pearce

    Zebulon Rehab: Peggy Parrish

    At Home: Linda Averette

    Duke Raleigh: Eddie Meyer

    TODAY 8:15am Youth Breakfast 9:00am Sunday School 10:15am Morning Worship 11:30am Youth Luncheon 11:30am Children’s Library Open MONDAY 9:00am-1:00pm Office Hours TUESDAY 9:00am-4:00pm Office Hours 11:00am Ladies Bible Study WEDNESDAY 9:00am-8:00pm Office Hours 5:30pm Children’s Library Opens 5:50pm Supper Line Opens

    WEDNESDAY 6:30pm K-3rd Missions Groups Junior Connections Adult Handbells Gifting Ministry 6:45pm Older Preschool Missions 6:50pm Adult Prayer and Bible Study 7:10pm Cherub Choir, K-3 Juniors Choir, 4-7 7:15pm Music Mates for Older Preschool 7:45pm Youth Journeys Other programs conclude 8:00pm Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal THURSDAY 9:00am-4:00pm Office Hours FRIDAY 9:00am-4:00pm Office Hours 9:30am Gifting Ministry

    Zebulon Baptist Church

    Zebulon, North Carolina

    L. Jack Glasgow, Jr., Senior Pastor Barbara D. Glasgow, Minister of Music and Senior Adults

    Shannon Speller, Minister of Children, Outreach and Missions Lynn McLaughlin, Minister of Spiritual Formation

    Lauren Glasgow, Minister of Youth Linda Perry, Accompanist

    Cindy Carver, Assistant Accompanist June Sanders, Office Administrator

    Candace Heath, Office Assistant Visit our website at myzbc.org

    Our Welcome In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, we welcome you to a place in the sanctuary. May your coming and going be attended with richest blessing.

  • The Lord’s Day February 2, 2020 The Sanctuary Ten-Fifteen a.m.

    YOUTH SUNDAY, 2020 WINTER BIBLE STUDY, 2020 “THE WRITINGS OF PAUL”

    “I count all things to be loss in view of the surpassing value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord.”

    — Philippians 3:8

    PRELUDE — “Sweet, Sweet Spirit”............................................... arr. Akers Gena Parrish, Piano

    PRAYER OF INVOCATION ……………………………………………………. Fallon Dewey

    WELCOME TO WORSHIPERS …………………………………………... Isaiah Faulkner

    RESPONSIVE SCRIPTURE READING …………………………………….. Selection 294 Bailey Hayes, Leader

    *HYMN OF PRAISE …………………………………………………………..…………. No. 295 “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing” … Robinson-Wyeth

    *GREETINGS AND EXCHANGE OF CHRIST’S PEACE

    *CHORUS — “Ancient Words” Holy words, long preserved for our walk in this world, They resound with God’s own heart; O let the ancient words impart. Words of life, words of hope, give us strength, help us cope; Came to us through sacrifice; O heed the faithful words of Christ. Ancient words ever true, changing me and changing you; We have come with open hearts, O let the ancient words impart.

    OFFERTORY — “That Wonderful Name” ………………………………... arr. Lutes The Youth Handbell Choir

    Paul’s appeal to the Philippians is more than an appeal to live in unity in a given situation; it is an appeal to live a life which will lead to the salvation of God in time and in eternity. Paul says, “Don’t stop halfway; go on until the work of Christ in salvation is fully wrought out in you.” No Christian should be satisfied with anything less than the total benefits of the gospel.

    — William Barclay

    YOUTH NEWS

    YOUTH SUNDAY — Today is Youth Sunday, and the youth have dedicated a lot of time and energy into preparing lessons for Sunday School and the worship service. Breakfast was provided at 8:15 a.m. in the Blue Room for all youth participating in Youth Sunday. Lunch will also be provided after worship in the Fellowship Hall. SEGUE AT CAMPBELL — Saturday, February 15, the youth choir will be par-ticipating in Segue at Campbell University. The youth will travel together and practice all day with other area youth choirs. That evening at 5:00 p.m. in Butler Chapel the choirs will perform selections they have been working on all year. Everyone is invited to come hear this amazing music the youth choir has been working hard to prepare. JOURNEYS — This Wednesday we will conclude Winter Bible study. Please meet in the Blue Room to finish Bible study on Philippians, have fellowship, and refreshments together.

    MEMBERS TO REMEMBER: At Home: Dot Brown

    Coventry: Janice Moss Remember these persons this week with your

    prayers, cards, contacts or visits!

    ADULT MISSION TRIP INTEREST MEETING

    There will be a meeting in the Parlor on Sunday, February 9 at 4:00 p.m. to determine the interest and possibility of a mission trip for adults. The potential mission trip would take place in North Charleston, SC during September 19-26, 2020. Metanoia is an organization in North Charleston that was started by two CBF-appointed urban missionaries. Their mission is to build leaders, establish quality housing and generate economic develop-ment in an area of North Charleston that otherwise is declining in those three areas. It will be Zebulon Baptist Church’s mission to help Metanoia with light construction projects and neighborhood beautification during our week there. Prayerfully consider your interest and join us for the meeting on February 9th. If you have any questions before then, please see Shannon Speller.

  • SPIRITUAL FORMATION HIGHLIGHTS

    SPIRITUAL FORMATION BREAKFAST: The Spiritual Formation team invites all youth and adults to our February Spiritual Formation Breakfast on February 16, 2020 at 7:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Men’s 1 (Fishers of Men) Sunday School class will prepare our meal, and Kayla Mallard will present on the topic “Helping Kids Keep Positive Perspective.” Kayla (the daughter of Cindy and Gary Mallard) will draw on her observances, insight and experience as a Guidance Counselor at Zebulon Elementary to sug-gest practical ways we can set the example for children to develop positive coping skills. A nursery will be provided! LADIES BIBLE STUDY — We have concluded our study of Spiritual Gifts! Join us this Tuesday, February 4, when Jackie Strickland will lead us in study of various Biblical characters. Though the names may not be familiar, these per-sons are relatable to us as people of faith. Come learn from Mephibosheth, Eutychus, Haman, Hiram and more! Ladies classroom is the place to meet at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesdays. MEDITATION — Meditation Group will meet on Monday, February 10 at 8:30 a.m. in the Parlor.

    DEACONS WELCOMING VISITORS this morning are Faye Wade and Roy Brantley. GREETING VISITORS in the foyer following worship today is Kevin and Lara Deaton. IN THE PRAYER ROOM this morning is Lynn McLaughlin. A ROSE is placed in the sanctuary today in honor of the birth of Owen Keith Greer on January 25, 2020. The proud parents are Brian and Sarah Greer, and the proud grandparents are Robert and Debbie Ladd. THE FLOWER ARRANGEMENT is placed in the sanctuary today in memory of Katherine Miller Clanton, whose birthday was January 31 by her mother, Margie Miller and family. We love and miss you! THE FLOWER ARRANGEMENT is placed in the sanctuary today in honor of our beloved children, Christopher Gill, Lindsay Gill Stell, Alexander and Tessa Holubowicz by Phyllis Scudder and Paul Holubowicz. NURSERY WORKERS: Leader, Ann Turner, Valerie, Emily, and Lillie-Grace Shelton, Beth Maynor, Cindy Mallard, Sharon Walker, Allison Stancil, and Erin Smith. USHERS for the morning worship are Chairman, Isaiah Faulkner, Syler White, Logan White, Yancie Mitchell, Braxton Dewey, and Roman Elledge.

    SPECIAL MUSIC — “Fighting for Me” ……………………………………. Clemmons Bella Leahy, Soloist

    THE CHILDREN’S SERMON ……………………………………………….... Dyson Beck

    THE MORNING PRAYER ……………………………………………….. Taylor Ellington

    *CHORUS AND PRESENTATION OF OUR OFFERINGS To love our God, the reason we live; to love our God, the highest call

    Nothing satisfies our soul, gives life meaning, makes us whole; For this purpose we were made – to love our God!

    ANTHEM — “O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing” .……………………... Miller The Youth Choir

    SCRIPTURE READING …………………………………………………... Roman Elledge Philippians 2:12-30

    SERMON — “Working Out Our Salvation” Speakers: Ethan Horton, Teagan Dewey, Emma Faulkner, Daniel Carter, and Jackson Brooks

    INVITATION TO DISCIPLESHIP …………………………………………. Ethan Horton Selection 492

    *HYMN OF COMMITMENT …………………………………………...…………. No. 493 “Have Thine Own Way, Lord” … Pollard Stebbins

    PRESENTATION OF NEW MEMBERS

    OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE WEEK

    *BENEDICTION ………………………………………………………………. Emily Shelton

    *CHORAL BENEDICTION We are like a tree planted by the river Its leaf never withers, for it grows in the richest sod. We are like a tree planted by the river That flows from the throne room of God. POSTLUDE— “Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart”............................... arr. Wagner *Congregation Standing CCL# 14377

  • PARENT’S NIGHT OUT

    Valentine’s Day is on a Friday this year and it is the perfect night for Date Night!! Parents make those reservations for dinner and sign up to bring the children to church that night. Parent’s Night Out will be from 5:00-9:00 p.m. on Friday, February 14th and is for children ages 6 weeks old to 7th

    grade. Adults and Youth will provide dinner, playtime, and a movie for your children. Please sign up your children no later than Sunday, February 9th so that adequate supervision can be provided. You can sign up by calling the church office or emailing Shannon at [email protected] with the number and ages of children attending.

    CBF ON-LINE SURVEY “TOWARD BOLD FAITHFULNESS”

    The new leader of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Dr. Paul Baxley, has called us to envision a new day for the Fellowship called, “Toward Bold Faithfulness.” To initiate the process of discovery followed by implementation, he wants to hear from CBF Baptists. By February 2nd all CBF Baptists are encouraged to fill out a survey. Today is the last day to take the survey and let it count toward our church total. Access this survey at www.cbf.net/survey. If you take the survey you will be asked to give your name and your church. If at least 50 members of ZBC respond and take this survey, we will receive a copy of the combined results of the survey taken by our people. Your responses will be anonymous in the report sent back to us. But the information could prove very helpful for our own church leaders to help with our relationship with CBF based on your thoughts and preferences. Please pray for the diverse team from across the Fellowship that is co-ordinating the “Toward Bold Faithfulness” initiative. And please help them and also our congregation by going on line this week to fill out the survey at the above link. The Fellowship will be meeting at General Assembly June 22-26 in Atlanta, Georgia, and you will hear insights from the survey there and participate in small group conversations about the future of our work together in CBF.

    SCOUT SUNDAY IN MORNING WORSHIP NEXT SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 10:15 AM

    RECOGNITION OF OUR SCOUTS, SCOUT LEADERS AND SCOUT FAMILIES

    WEDNESDAY NIGHT SUPPER

    MENU: Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Roll, and Dessert. Alternate meal: Veggie Plate, Choice three (3) of Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Peas, Cooked Carrots, Sliced Apples (Please indicate choices). SERVERS: Carolyn Richards, Charles and Jan Fox, Brinkley Wagstaff, Beverly Clark, Ayden Carroll, and Patti Baker. COST: $7.00 for adults, $3.00 for children age 6 to 11 and children 5 and under eat free. Reservations must be made by Tuesday at noon. Place a reservation slip in the offering plate, call 919-269-7329, register on our ZBC website, or email Ann Brooks at [email protected] . At Adult Prayer and Bible Study this week, the Pastor will continue our study of “The Writings of Paul” as we look verse by verse at the letter to the Ephesians. Join us in the Sanctuary at 6:50 p.m.

    YOUTH SUNDAY 2020 TEACHERS

    This morning our youth are teaching Sunday School and leading in wor-ship. Our church is blessed by each young person that has taken a special part in Youth Sunday. The names of those leading in worship are listed in the order of service. Our Sunday School teachers today are: Women’s 1 — Dyson Beck Coed 3 — Natalie Perry Women’s 2 — Yancie Mitchell Coed 4 — Logan White Women’s 3 — Fallon Dewey Grades 6 & 7 — Samuel Jones Women’s 4 — Emily Shelton Grades 4 & 5 — Gena Parrish & Men’s 1 — Syler White Braxton Dewey Men’s 2 — Isaiah Faulkner Grades 2 & 3 — Bella Leahy & Men’s 3 — Matthew Pait & Lillie Cantin Roman Elledge Grades K & 1 — Lillie Grace Shelton Coed 1 — Andrew Vinson Ages 3 and 4 — Bailey Hayes Coed 2 — Taylor Ellington

    LENTEN STUDY GROUP TO READ

    FOLLOWING JESUS: FINDING OUR WAY HOME IN AN AGE OF ANXIETY

    On three consecutive Sunday evenings in March, we are going to have a Lenten discussion group that will meet from 5 until 6:30 p.m. on March 1, 8 and 15. The group will be discussing the book written by Henri Nouwen, Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety. We encourage you to make your purchase of the book now and begin reading so that you will be ready to join in the discussions in March. If you enjoyed last sum-mer’s “Sweet Tea and Theology” conversations, you will enjoy these Lenten discussions.

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