May 20, 2018
WELCOME VISITORS! We are so glad you visited today. You are important to us! We hope you will be encouraged by the service today. If you are visiting for the first time, please fill out the visitor tab from the Welcome Brochure and take it to the Connections Table for a free gift.
HELPS MINISTRY: There will be a meeting for all Helps Ministry Volunteers today, after the service, in the Youth Room.
PRISON MINISTRY: Join us tomorrow, May 21, from 9-3 PM, to assist Joyce Meyer Ministries prepare care packages for prisoners. If you can only come for an hour, you will be a great blessing! For more information, call the church office at 636-861-1410.
CLASS GRADUATIONS: On Sunday, June 3, those in 2nd grade will be promoted to the older childrens class and those in 6th grade will be promoted to Summit Teens. Make sure your kids are here for this special day!
FAMILY NEED: The Plaster family needs some help with meals, house cleaning and a few other things for the next several weeks. If you could pitch in any way, please stop by the Connections Table or get with Donna Francis.
TEENS: If you're a teenager between the grades of 7-12, be sure to be at Summit Teens, this Tuesday, at 7 PM!
VOLUNTEER OF THE WEEK: Did you encourage our Volunteer of the Week on facebook this week? Every week, we will be highlighting one of our wonderful volunteers as "Volunteer of the Week" on facebook. Stop by Summit Church Fenton on facebook and let the Volunteer of the Week know how much you appreciate them!!!
LADIES: We are planning to go to the Fresh Grounded Faith Women's Event on Oct. 19 & 20 at The Rock Church in Ballwin. Check out www.freshgroundedfaith.com/st-louis-mo to learn more.
SHARING JESUS: We are sharing the gospel through the passing out of tracts. Pray over your tracts! Pray that God will direct you to the right people to give them to. Continue to pray for boldness and the direction of the Holy Spirit as you share Christ. "Therefore, since we have such a hope, we are very bold." 2 Cor 3:12-13 NIV
GIVING: For your convenience, Summit Church offers online giving and text to give. You may text the amount you'd like to give to 314-888-9741 or go to summitchurch.us and click "Giving" on the menu bar.
SNO CONE & TRACT GIVE-AWAY: Summit Kids Children's Ministry will be giving out free sno-cones and gospel tracts at the church on Saturday, June 23, from 11AM-1PM. Spread the word and encourage people to come so we can share Jesus with them! Fliers will be available closer to the date.
ADOPT AN ISLAND: Adopt-an-Island is a volunteer program that helps with the maintenance of the landscaping areas of the church grounds, mainly weeding. Volunteers choose an area and commit to keep the area weeded weekly throughout the growing season. This program does not require you to purchase anything. Commitments can also be made for shorter periods of time or to help one time. Any help is appreciated! Info fliers are on the Connections Table. See Pastor Diane if you are interested.
PRAYER: Summit Church's Prayer Life Lines are groups of 2-3 people who join together on a weekly basis on the phone to pray for Summit and its members. If you would like to become part of a Prayer Life Line at any time, stop by the Connections Table and find out more details. The results from people joining together in prayer have been wonderful! Prayer Calendars can be found at www.summitchurch.us/Prayer-Calendar.
May 20 Helps Dept. meeting in the Youth Room after the service
May 21 Prison Ministry with Joyce Meyer Ministries
May 23 7-8:30 PM Summit Teens
June 3 Class Graduations
June 23 Sno-Cone Give-Away Outreach
THE LORD'S SUPPER
For I received from the Lord what I also passed on to you: The Lord Jesus, on the night he was betrayed, took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, "This is my body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of me." In the same way, after supper he took the cup, saying, "This cup is the new covenant in my blood; do this, whenever you drink it, in remembrance of me." For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord's death until he comes. 1 Cor 11:23-26 NIV
The Lord's Supper has been greatly instrumental in keeping His cause alive. It is the voice of all believers preaching the Lord's death till He come. He who believes that the Lord did come and die for us, and will come again and take us to Himself, and will not hesitate to regard this last request of our Lord and Saviour. -Charles Deems D.D.
The purpose of the Lord's Supper is to receive from Christ the nourishment and strength and hope and joy that come from feasting our souls on all that He purchased for us on the cross, especially His own fellowship. -John Piper
Surely there is fitness in the institution of the Lord's Supper as a standing memorial by which the church at large may commemorate the grandest act, and by which the heart of each individual believer may be reminded of his dearest friend. You, who have learned to love the Saviour, will prize His ordinance for the Saviour's sake. You who rejoice in the salvation purchased by His dying, will not fail with gratitude and faith to show the Lord's death until He come. -William Morley Punshon
No doubt a man may be saved, like the penitent thief, without having received the Lord's Supper. It is not a matter of absolute and indispensable necessity, like repentance, faith, and conversion. But it is impossible to say that any professing Christian is in a safe, healthy, or satisfactory condition of soul, who habitually refuses to obey Christ and attend the Lord's Table. -J. C. Ryle
Let us think of a Christian believer in whose life the twin wonders of repentance and the new birth have been wrought. He is now living according to the will of God as he understands it from the written Word. Of such a one it may be said that every act of his life is or can be as truly sacred as prayer or baptism or the Lord's Supper. To say this is not to bring all acts down to one dead level; it is rather to lift every act up into a living kingdom and turn the whole of life into a sacrament. -Aiden Wilson Tozer
DOING A GOOD WORK-HELPING PEOPLE