March 20, 2022

Mingus View Presbyterian Church. . .

. . . a fellowship of believers proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ through worship, nurture, and striving to exhibit the Kingdom of God to our community and the world.

March 20, 2022

3rd Sunday in Lent

Mr. Rogers Day

“There are three ways to ultimate success:  the first way is to be kind.  The second way is to be kind.  The third way is to be kind.”  Mr. Rogers

You are invited to join us on Sunday for our 10:00 a.m. Worship Service in our sanctuary or with the broadcast on our Facebook page.  We will be exploring what the Bible has to say about being neighborly, as we celebrate the birthday of Fred Rogers, better known as “Mr. Rogers.”  The title of  Susan Goe’s message is “Serving Our Neighbors” as we look at several Bible passages. The Celebration Bell Choir will play “Holy God, We Praise Your Name” & “Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee.”     The Choir will sing “Blest Be the Tie That Binds.” Hymns will include “There’s a Sweet, Sweet Spirit,” “Jesu, Jesu, Fill Us With Your Love” and “O for a World.”


Monday       Food Pantry Open, 9 – 11 a.m.

          Tuesday       Lenten Bible Study, 1:00 p.m.

          Wednesday  Crafternooners, 1:00 p.m.

          Thursday     Bell Choir Rehearsal, 1:00 p.m.


  • Greeters and hosts for Fellowship Hour are needed!  Sign up sheets are posted on the back bulletin board. 
  • One Great Hour of Sharing is the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s special offering for the Easter season and is the largest way that Presbyterians come together to work for a better world.  Through OGHS, we help to stabilize and strengthen those who are weak.  Gifts to OGHS support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, the Presbyterian Hunger Program, and Self-Development of People.  Envelopes may be found in the pockets on the back of the chairs.  Your gifts are most appreciated and may be received anytime before Easter.
  • “The Grace of Les Miserables” is our Bible study during Lent.  Written by Matt Rawle, this study focuses on six themes found in the story – grace, justice, poverty, revolution, love, and hope – each represented by a character in Victor Hugo’s story.  Join us on Tuesday afternoons at 1:00 p.m.
  • RW has invited the Session to meet at his home for the March Session meeting on Tuesday, March 29th, at 3:00 p.m.  Please make special note of the start time.  Materials will be available next week.
  • The Year of the Bible questions for the Week of March 20th are:
  • What basic principle does the psalmist suggest for those who wish to have a long life?
  • Paul writes that Abraham is the ancestor of people who are linked to him not primarily by circumcision, but by what?

Answers next week!!

Answers from last week:

  1. What provision was made in the law for a person who killed another person accidentally?

Answer: To avoid retribution for killing someone accidentally, a person could flee to one of the “cities of refuge” designated by the law (Numbers 35).

  • What situation is Paul in when the book of Acts ends?

Answer:  When the book of Acts ends, Paul is under house arrest in Rome awaiting trial (Acts 28).

  • To most efficiently communicate with the pastors, please call or text or email:

Jerry Hammon – 520-586-4709 

                    Susan Goe – 928-499-0044       

THE YEAR OF THE BIBLE:  Readings for March, 2022

                                                               Day 20      Deuteronomy 10, 11/Romans 1

Day 21   Deut. 12-14/Romans 2                       Day 22      Deuteronomy 15, 16/Psalm 34

Day 23   Deut. 17, 18/Romans 3             Day 24      Deuteronomy 19, 20/Romans 4

Day 25   Deut. 21, 22/Psalm 35              Day 26      Deuteronomy 23, 24/Romans 5

Day 27   Deut. 25, 26/Romans 6             Day 28      Deuteronomy 27, 28/Romans 7

Day 29   Deut. 29, 30/Psalm 36              Day 30      Deuteronomy 31, 32/Romans 8

Day 31   Deut. 33, 34/Romans 9