Morning View Mennonite Church

May 1, 2016

10116 Morning View Road
Singers Glen, VA 22850
Phone No. 833-6515

Pastors: Ric Gullman & Raleigh Rhodes
Deacon: Philip Borntrager
Assistant Deacon: Steve Slabaugh
Sunday School Superintendents: Casey Cantrell & Dave Pence

Attendance last Sunday: 92
Offering last Sunday morning: $1,507

Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.

Men/Women’s Adult: The Believer’s Submission & Steadfastness (I Peter 5)
Mixed Adult: Job 1 & 2

Worship Service: 10:20 a.m.

Sermon: Breastplate of Righteousness, by Raleigh Rhodes
Scripture: Ephesians 6:14b; Isaiah 59:17


Today – There will be a Church Council meeting after church this morning.

Wednesday – 7:00 pm Bible Study and Prayer meeting.

May 12 – 9:30am Women’s Sewing Circle

May 13-14 – Women’s/Girl’s Sleepover at Sparkling Springs (4pm Fri – Sat afternoon).

May 13-14 – Virginia Mennonite Missions' Auction & Family Missions Festival will be at Eastern Mennonite School (801 Parkwood Drive, Harrisonburg). Join us on Friday at 5 pm for a Hispanic meal catered by Mennonite Hispanic Initiative ($10 plate), with a live auction following at 6:00 by Ministry Support Teams to benefit mission workers. The fun continues on Saturday (11:30 am to 3:00 pm) with the Family Missions Festival! Visit booths highlighting our work and workers around the world! We'll have many children's' activities and fun things for all ages, including model airplanes and drone, a soccer tournament, balloon animals, bouncy house, great music, and more! A hot air balloon will be onsite both evenings from 7-8 pm. Learn more at

May 15 – 7:00 pm Evening program by Stuart Swartzentruber of Living Hope Native Ministries in Canada.

May 20th and Saturday May 21st – There will be a Men and Boys camp out at Sparkling Springs Friday evening May 20th and Saturday May 21st. Come for a time of fun, food, and fellowship. More details to follow.

June 20-24 – Vacation Bible School

We would like to bless Ryan Thomas, in SC, with a care package. Please bring items to church by May 29th. Smaller items would be best. Notes of encouragement would be good too. Let's brighten his day and let him know he’s not forgotten.

If you would like to receive updates from Jesse & Margaret while they are in Thailand, email Margaret at

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