QUIOCCASIN BAPTIST CHURCH 100% STEWARDSHIP INITIATIVE by Reverend Kenneth Brown, Minister of Stewardship

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1 QUIOCCASIN BAPTIST CHURCH 100% STEWARDSHIP INITIATIVE by Reverend Kenneth Brown, Minister of Stewardship Our Objective: The overall objective of the Quioccasin Baptist Church 100% Stewardship Initiative is to increase the commitment of our members to the giving of the Lord s Tithes, Regular Offerings, Mission Offerings and Sacrificial Offerings. Our Goal: The goal of the Quioccasin Baptist Church 100% Stewardship Initiative is that every member to give 10% of their gross income as the Lord s Tithes, give at least 1% of their gross income as Regular and Mission Offerings and give at least the following Sacrificial Offerings: 1) Men s Day - $150, 2) Women s Day - $150, 3) Homecoming - $150, 4) Church Anniversary - $150, and 5) Mortgage Fund - $100/monthly. Quioccasin Baptist Church 9011 Quiioccasiin Road Henriico,, Viirgiiniia Church Offffiice:: ((804)) Fax:: ((804)) Our Vision: The vision of the Quioccasin Baptist Church Stewardship Initiative is that every member would become a 100% Committed Steward. To become a 100% Committed Steward follow the steps listed below: Step 1: Pray and ask God to give you the faith and commitment to become a 100% Committed Steward. (Genesis 28:20-22) Step 2: Give at least 10% of your gross income as the Lord s Tithe, to the Quioccasin Baptist Church. (Leviticus 27:30) Step 3: Give at least 1% of your gross income as Regular and Mission Offerings to the Quioccasin Baptist Church. (1 Chronicles 29:1-9; 2 Corinthians 8:1-24; Acts 20:35) MEN S DAY 6TH SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY February 15,, 2015 Step 4: Give at least $100/month to the Mortgage Fund. (Deuteronomy 26:1-2) Step 5: Give at least $150 to each of the Sacrificial Offerings (Men s Day, Women s Day, Homecoming, and Church Anniversary) annually. (Exodus 36:1-7) Many people today believe that tithing was commanded under the Old Covenant and for Old Testament purposes and not required in the New Covenant. In the New Testament (Matthew 23:23 and Luke 11:42), many would point out that Jesus criticizes the giving of tithes. But Jesus was not criticizing the Pharisees for tithing, but for treating tithing as more important than love, mercy, justice and faithfulness. Those of us who entrust our lives to Jesus Christ do not worry about whether tithing is commanded in the New Testament. We, who are transformed by Christ to be more like Christ, are generous. Christians should give generously- -but giving is a result of our relationship with God. As found in Matthew 6:19-21, we need to lay up our treasures in heaven. How much more should we be willing to give freely and generously so God s work can be done in the world; to give in thankfulness for the eternal blessings we have in Christ Jesus? So let each one give as he purposes in his heart, not grudgingly or of necessity; for God loves a cheerful giver (2 Corinthians 9:7). Webssiitte:: -- Emaiill:: Reverend Malcoln Lynch Associate Minister Men s Day Preacher Dr. Andrew M. Mosley, Jr. Pastor Reverend P. Frances Watson Minister of Education/Administrative Assistant

2 The Church School... 8:30 A.M. The Celebration of Morning Worship... 10:00 A.M. Mr. Arthur W. Byrd, Jr., Deacon Superintendent The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Psalm 19:1 KJV - Worship Leader - Mr. Kelvin Jackson The Prelude... Mr. Paul Locke The Introit...No. 133 Spirit of the Living God The Call to Worship... Mr. Kelvin Jackson O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for his mercy endureth forever. The Prayer of Invocation... In Unison Almighty God: you gave the law as a good guide for our lives. May we never shrink from your commandments, but, as we are taught by your Son Jesus, fulfill the law in perfect love; through Christ our Lord and Master. Amen. The Chant... No. 12 Glory Be to the Father The Responsive Reading... Mr. Carl Coffey, Sr., Deacon THE LORD S SUPPER No. 598 The Hymn of Praise and Adoration... No. 11 LET ALL THE PEOPLE PRAISE THEE THE MUSICAL INTERLUDE BLACK HISTORY MOMENT...Pierce Mosley INVENTOR George Carruthers The Welcome/Announcements/Recognitions Mrs. Edith Lomax, Deacon/Church Clerk THE MUSICAL INTERLUDE The Scripture... Mr. Donald Manley Psalms 51:1-10 James 1: OUR SICK AND SHUT-IN LIST - PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR SICK AND SHUT-IN MEMBERS - Mrs. Lillian Anderson Rosewood Avenue Mrs. Dorothy Clark Marywood Lane, Apt 311 Mrs. Marie Collins Orinda Drive, Mrs. Florine Fleming, Deaconess Whistler Road Mrs. Helen Foster... Beth Sholom Lifecare 1600 John Rolfe Prkwy - Room 208/Unit 2 Mrs. Addie Fountain Fountain Lane Miss Helena Fountain Fountain Lane Mrs. Denise Hardy Anna Marie Drive Mr. Herbert Jackson Parham Road Ms. Everlena King Forest Hill Avenue Ms. Marjorie McIntyre Marywood Lane, Apt 209 Ms. Chaldea Montague Fountain Lane Mrs. Emma J. Truman... Imperial Plaza, 1715 Bellevue Avenue, Apt 208 Mrs. Florence Tyler Pemberton Road Reverend P. Frances Watson Taylor Avenue West, Hampton, Virginia Mr. Uriel Winfree Hunters Mill Circle Mr. Charles Woodson, Deacon Francis Road, Glen Allen Mr. James Woodson French Avenue HOW MAY WE SERVE YOU? Sickness in the Home Seeking Church Membership Desires Offering Envelopes Desires A Pastoral Call Moved to the Address Below Children for Church School A Newcomer in the Community In Need of Prayer NAME PHONE ADDRESS DATE CITY STATE ZIP CODE Information supplied by: Please check desired one(s), tear off, and place in the offering plate or give to the Minister. Information supplied by: DEACONS FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY Mr. Jack Stuart (804) and Mr. George Willcox (804) Please inform them of any persons that are sick -11-

3 Special Music... The Male Chorus The Prayer... Mr. Timothy Floyd, Deacon The Prayer Response... Choir/Congregation Even Me No. 536 THE MUSICAL INTERLUDE The Stewardship Challenge/Prayer... Mr. Vaughn Dennis, Deacon 2 Corinthians 9:6-7 THE MUSICAL OFFERING/TITHES/OFFERINGS (Benevolence).... In Unison Psalm 24 KJV (MORTGAGE)... Ushers/Deacons/Congregation Praise Him! (Tithes/General/MEN S DAY)... Ushers/Deacons/Congregation What Shall I Render? The Offertory Prayer... Mr. Kenneth Mayo, Sr., Deacon The Offertory Response...No. 559 Praise God, from Whom All Blessings Flow The Presentation of the Preacher... Reverend Kenneth Brown The Preparational Selection... The Male Chorus The Sermon... Reverend Malcoln Lynch Associate Minister THE MAN IN THE MIRROR THE INVITATION TO CHRISTIAN DISCIPLESHIP The Invitational Hymn...No. 202 I Am Thine, O Lord The Pastoral Statements... Dr. Andrew M. Mosley, Jr., Pastor

4 The Invitational Statement The Prayer of Confession/Dedication THE LORD S SUPPER The Pardon...No. 206 Have Thine Own Way, Lord THE CELEBRATION OF THE LORD S SUPPER Let Us Break Bread Together No. 358 There Is a Fountain No. 142 The Closing Prayer/Benediction... Reverend Kenneth Brown The Choral Response... Choir/Congregation The Lord s Prayer No. 540 The Hymn of Fellowship/Dedication...No. 262 Leaning on the Everlasting Arms <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> BLACK HISTORY MONTH GEORGE CARRUTHERS Scientist George Carruthers created inventions, such as the ultraviolet camera, or spectograph, which was used by NASA in the 1972 Apollo 16 flight, revealing the mysteries of space and the Earth's atmosphere

5 IN REMEMBRANCE OF Roosevelt I. and Velma K. Manley John D. and Lottie M. Bullock Father and Mother Father and Mother of of Donald, Rene, and Burt Manley Beverly M. Bullock Jacqueline V. Lassitter Charles W. Bullock Sister Brother of of Donald, Rene, and Burt Manley Beverly M. Bullock Biographical Sketch Reverend Mallcolln Lynch Reverend Malcoln Lynch is the son of McArthur Lynch and Margaret Smith Lynch. He was born in Richmond, Virginia. Reverend Lynch is married to his lovely wife Jaime Turner Lynch and they recently celebrated their 15 th wedding anniversary on November 27, He is the proud father of Christopher M. Lynch and Destiny RayShon Lynch, and grandfather to Christopher M. Lynch, Jr. Reverend Lynch has a twin brother, Michael Lynch and a younger brother, Styron D. Lynch. He has two very close friends, Hilton Taylor, III and Neil Adkins. Reverend Lynch was educated in the Richmond City Schools and graduated from Armstrong-Kennedy High School where he received numerous awards for music. He currently attends Averett University and plans to receive a Bachelor s Degree in Business Management. He plans to further his education in religious studies in the very near future. Westbury Pharmacy Your Neighborhood Pharmacy One Stop Shop Hours: Sunday-Saturday 6am-11pm We also do compounds Pharmacy Home Health Gallery Deli Gift Shop Reverend Lynch has been employed by E I DuPont for the past 15 years and is currently a Manager in the Kevlar Department. He has been an entrepreneur for the past 10 years and is the owner of ML Home Inspections. Reverend Lynch was baptized at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia. Later, he joined Branch Memorial United Holy Church in Enfield, North Carolina. He joined Quioccasin Baptist Church in May Reverend Lynch was ordained as a Deacon at Quioccasin Baptist Church on May 1, 2011 and he has been a servant of God diligently working in the church. He has been involved with the Richmond and Vicinity Deacons Conference. At Quioccasin Baptist Church, he has served as an usher and currently is a member of the Men s Fellowship Ministry, Pastor s Aide Ministry, and sings with the Male Chorus and Choral Ensemble. His family history stems from a long line of preachers and deacons. Reverend Lynch was licensed to preach on December 7, 2014 by the Quioccasin Baptist Church. Reverend Lynch loves spending time with his family, loves football, basketball, and traveling. He is a member of Hobson Lodge #23 of The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Virginia. Reverend Lynch s favorite scripture is Deuteronomy 28:

6 Announcements February 16 at 6:00 P.M. The Commission on Finance will meet February 17 at 6:30 P.M. PASTOR AND PEOPLE ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE MEETING February 18 at 11:00 A.M. The Senior Citizens Ministry will meet February 18 at 6:45 P.M. Bible Study February 18 at 7:30 P.M. Prayer and Praise February 19 at 6:00 P.M.. CARITAS Planning Meeting February 20 at 6:00 P.M. WOMEN S DAY PLANNING MEETING February 21 at 9:30 A.M. THE 150 th CHURCH ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE WILL MEET February 21 at 11:00 A.M. THE CHORAL ENSEMBLE WILL REHEARSE February 23 at 6:30 P.M. Meeting - Deacon s Ministry of Richmond and Vicinity First African Baptist Church, 2700 Hanes Avenue February 25 at 11:00 A.M. The Senior Citizens Ministry will meet February 25 at 6:45 P.M. Bible Study February 25 at 7:30 P.M. Prayer and Praise February 26 at 6:00 P.M. THE CHILDREN/YOUTH MASS CHOIR WILL REHEARSE February 26 at 6:30 P.M. The Children s Ministry will meet February 26 at 7:00 P.M. THE COMBINED CHOIR WILL REHEARSE March 2 at 6:00 P.M. The Commission on Finance will meet March 5 at 7:00 P.M. The Ushers will meet March 7 at 7:00 A.M. Men s Fellowship Meeting March 7 at 10:00 A.M. The Girl Scouts will meet March 8 >>>GIRL SCOUT SUNDAY<<< March 16 at 7:00 P.M. Women in Mission Ministry Meeting GIRL SCOUT COOKIE SALES NOW THRU FEBRUARY 24, $4.00 PER BOX -6- MEN S DAY ADVERTISEMENTS CARITAS FAMILY FOCUS WEEK FEBRUARY 28 MARCH 7 THANKS TO ALL THAT HAVE SIGNED UP TO WORK: WE DO HAVE OPEN SLOTS FOR ADDITIONAL VOLUNTEERS!!!!! OVERNIGHT VOLUNTEER Wednesday, March 4 8:00 P.M. 7:00 A.M. EXPERIENCED OVERNIGHT VOLUNTEER Friday, March 6 8:00 P.M. 7:30 A.M. DRIVERS NEEDED (to help transfer the clients back and forth to the YMCA on Patterson Avenue for Showers) Monday, March 2 and Thursday, March 5 6:30 P.M. 8:00 P.M. ADDITIONAL TOILETRIES NEEDED (available at Dollar Tree) (1) Toothbrushes, (2) Tooth paste, (3) Deodorant, (4) Shaving Crème, (5) Razors, (6) Combs, (7) Brushes Contact Elnora Allen at or Connie Spindle at