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本堂主日崇拜程序Order of Sunday Worship



Call to Worship


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Scripture Reading

哥林多前書 I Corinthians 7:17-20


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Sis. Shu-Ching Lin




God’s Calling


KC Fang


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Anawin & Wendy


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*會眾請站立Congregation Standing

金句:弟兄們,你們各人蒙召的時候是甚麼身分,仍要在神面前守住這身分。   (哥林多前書7: 24)

Key Verse: 1 Corinthians 7: 24

領會: 傅亦冰弟兄

Worship Leader: Bro. Yibing Fu 

司琴: 邱雅倩姊妹

Pianist: Sis. Jessie Wu

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Weekly Bulletin




1. 本月主題:成聖與誠實。

2. 主日守望禱告會﹕每主日上午八時三十分,在本堂六號課室,歡迎弟兄姊妹來同心禱告。

3. 2015年迎接新生事工徴召同工:時間飛快轉眼新生已將來到,請弟兄姐妹一齊參與服事他們,在他們最需要的時刻伸出您友誼的手來協助安頓。詳細內容請在進口處桌上有單張填寫,(目前有11人報名)或直接登記張貼在海報上的新生,他們請求接機或住宿的項目。



6.三堂聯合崇拜8/23主日上午10點,在美聖堂舉行,請當日提早來聚會,以便各樣的安排,好安靜心預備迎見主。備有簡便午餐,歡迎留步在主裏有美好交通。可停車在教堂的草地上 當日中文成人主日學暫停一次



After entering the Sanctuary, please quietly be seated and turn off your cell

phone to prepare your heart for Worship


1. Month’s theme: Sanctification and Honesty.

2. Sunday Prayer: 8:30 am at Room 6. Welcome bros and sis to pray.

3. 2015 Welcome New Students Ministry Coworkers Needed: time quickly flies, the new students are coming. Bros and Sis are encouraged to participate in this ministry. During their time of need extend a helping hand and comfort. For further details see forms to complete on the table at the entrance or just right directly on the posters (currently only 11 have registered) . Airport and temporary guest lodging needed.

4. CORRECTION: Entire Church Teachers Training: Sat. 8/15, 9:00 am till 1pm at Mason. Lunch will be provided. This training is for Children’s Sunday School teachers only. If you are or interested in teaching Children’s Sunday School, please reserve a spot in your calendar to attend.

5. 15 Annual Summer Musical: Sat. 8/22, 7:00 pm at Mason. Performers and coworkers, please arrive at 2:30 pm to practice. Also welcome to invite the whole family to attend.

6. Entire Worship Service: Sun. 8/23, 10:00 am at Mason. Please arrive earlier due to all the people and prepare yourself for the message. A simple lunch will be provided. Welcome to stay and enjoy the fellowship. Parking on grassy area in front of church is available. Chinese Adult Sunday School is cancelled for that day.

7. UC Campus Fellowship Newcomers Welcome Meeting: will be on Fri. Aug. 28 at 5:30 pm at UC Student Center. Those with a burden for this ministry, please attend

8. Collection of household items for new students: If you have extra beds, book shelves, chairs, stools, etc, for the new students, please contact the church office.

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Atomic Bomb

"Woe to you, O destroyer, you who have not been destroyed." (Isaiah 33:1)

8:15 in the morning, Yasuhiko Taketa was on his way to middle school at the train station near the center of Hiroshima city.  Suddenly, he saw a bright white object even brighter than sun in the sky, then an earsplitting roar followed by a seismic explosion, and every glass window or door shattered around him.  He recalled, “My forehead felt hot, and I felt a monstrous fireball envelop me.  I looked at myself and found my clothes had turned into rags due to the heat.  My skin was peeling and just hanging there.”

This was one of many testimonies of what happened on August 6th seventy years ago, when the first atomic bomb was dropped in Japan.  The enormous powerful atomic bomb “little boy”, a ten thousand pounds weight of U-235 based atomic bomb that equals to 15,000 tons of TNT, exploded two thousand feet above the city of Hiroshima, there were one quarter of population of 350,000 residents were killed instantly, and an equal number of people died during the following three months.  70% of buildings were destroyed.  However, the details of the terrible bombing were hidden from the general public.  After the surrender of Japan and under the United States military governing of Japan, it wasn’t until the San Francisco Peace Treaty was signed in 1951 that the media was allowed to discuss the issue.

Nuclear weapons represent the self-mutilation of human nature.  The first account of a bloody fight between brothers was recorded in the Bible.  It shows that people cannot overcome selfish and jealous nature. Although some people say that the use of the atomic bomb shortened the Pacific War and eliminated the necessity of US invasion of Japan, which would then save millions of lives.  However such a weapon of mass destruction to human life is evil, no matter what.  Today, the Cold War between the United States and Soviet Union is over, but world powers are still secretly updating their weapons of mass destruction.  Even many Third World countries would like to manufacture a nuclear bomb.  Every day we still live in the terrorist threat.  How can there be peace in the world?  The root of the problem of this world is the lack of a common governing authority, due to their contempt and disregard for the Creator.  God sent Jesus into the world for world peace and that mankind may return to God.  Only when we first make peace with God, then can we have a solid foundation for peace with other humans.

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