November 13, 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.

November 13, 2022

23rd Sunday after Pentecost

“Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth; break forth into joyous song and sing praises.”  Psalm 98:4

You are invited to join us on Sunday for our 10:00 a.m. Worship Service in our sanctuary or with the broadcast on Facebook.  The title of Jerry Hammon’s sermon is “Last Days?” (Luke 21:5-19; Isaiah 65:17-25)  The Chancel Choir will sing “This Is My Song,” in recognition of Veteran’s Day. Hymns for the service include “Today We All Are Called to Be Disciples,” “My Hope is Built on Nothing Less,”  and “Eternal Father Strong to Save.”


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

          Tuesday       Session Meeting, 1:00 p.m.

          Wednesday  Hope Circle, 10:00 a.m.

Crafternooners, 1:00 p.m.

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


  • The Session will meet on Tuesday, November 15th at 1:00 p.m.  You may pick up your meeting materials in the church office.
  • The Hope Circle will meet on Wednesday, November 16th at 10:00 a.m.  Please read Lesson 3 in the study book and let Marilyn Walker know if you plan to attend.
  • A key was found in a brown purse that had been donated to the church yard sale on Saturday, 11/5.  You can claim the key in the church office.
  • What is . . . . The FEED Fund?  The Mingus View FEED Fund is a benevolence fund established in order to have funds available if someone from the congregation has a financial emergency.  Requests under $500.00 can be requested through either a person’s Deacon, or one of the pastors.  Larger amounts may be requested the same way, but have to be approved by Session.  The church appreciates donations to the FEED fund to ensure we have money available when it’s needed.  (Please note:  The FEED Fund is separate from the Food Pantry fund, from which grocery items are purchased for the Pantry.)
  • Coming for the Holidays – Toys for Tots!  The church in Ganado has informed us that they won’t be able to accept the donations of blankets and warm clothing that we’ve provided for many years now.  Instead, the Mission Team has decided to participate in the community Toys for Tots Christmas program.  Beginning next week, we’ll start accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys.  If they are able to take them, we will give some of the toys to the children in Ganado.  The rest will be donated to Toys for Tots through our local fire department.
  • The Year of the Bible questions for the Week of November 13th are:
  • Where do you find the vision of dry bones?
  • To what does Peter compare the elders in the church?

Answers next week!!

Answers from last week:

  1. Which two Old Testament people does James mention as examples of patient endurance and effective prayer?  (James mentions Job and Elijah as examples of patient endurance and effective prayer.  James 5:11, 17)
  2. Which writer recommends that our long-range planning should keep in mind the saying, “If the Lord wishes”? (James recommends that our long-range planning should keep in mind the saying, “If the Lord wishes.”  James 4:15)

THE YEAR OF THE BIBLE:  Readings for November, 2022

Day 13   Ezekiel 26, 27/1 Peter 4           Day 14  Ezekiel 28, 29/1 Peter 5

Day 15   Eze. 30, 31/Psalms 123-125    Day 16  Ezekiel 32, 33/2 Peter 1

Day 17   Ezekiel 34, 35/ 2 Peter 2          Day 18  Ezekiel 36, 37/Psalms 126-128

Day 19   Ezekiel 38, 39/2 Peter 3           Day 20  Ezekiel 40, 41/ 1 John 1

Day 21   Ezekiel 42, 43/1 John 2           Day 22  Ezekiel 44, 45/Psalms 129-131

Day 23   Ezekiel 46, 47/ 1 John 3          Day 24  Ezekiel 48/ 1 John 4

Day 25   Daniel 1-3/Psalms 132-134     Day 26  Daniel 4, 5/ 1 John 5

Day 27   Daniel 6, 7/ 2 John 1               Day 28  Daniel 8, 9/ 3 John 1

Day 29   Daniel 10-12/Psalms 135,136   Day 30  Hosea 1, 2/Jude