This Week’s Worship Service
This Sunday Matt Brooks will be our guest speaker. Today’s songs are Here For You, May The Peoples Praise You, Jesus, and Bless Your Name Forevermore.
Pastoral Search Team (PST)
The time frame for accepting applications for our Senior Pastor position is now closed. In all, we received over 65 resumes. The PST has completed the first round of formulating the interview questions for the top candidates. Please pray for wisdom as we seek to identify the man that God knows is best for our church. (Isaiah 40:31)
Administrative Assistant Position Available
Hoffmantown’s Adult Family Ministry is seeking a full-time administrative assistant. Legacy, Men’s, Singles and Women’s Ministries are included in AFM. Applicants should be an active member of Hoffmantown Church, sense a calling to Christian service, able to work in various contexts, and proficient in software applications. Applications are available at the Receptionist Desk Monday through Friday. Please return completed applications to the receptionist. For job requirements, please contact Susan Franse at 858-8654 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
September Month-End Update from the Finance Council
(Our fiscal year starts in July)
September 2019 Actuals YTD Actuals YTD Budget
Receipts / Income $234,644 $ 636,337 $ 688,774
Expenses $227,315 $ 742,988 $ 797,028
$ 7,329 $(106,651) $(108,254)
September receipts (contributions and income) exceeded our expenses by $7k for the month. Also, our September YTD receipts fell $106K short of our expenses. At the same time, our YTD actual receipts, when compared to our projected receipts, fell short about $52K. Overall, our YTD loss is less than budget by about $2K. Thank you for your on-going faithful giving to the Lord through Hoffmantown Church. You are a blessing! Any time you have questions, please feel free to contact the church at 828-2600 to have one of the Finance Council members (Deborah Atencio, Kathy Dodson, Robert Ewing, Chris Messina, Bill Talbott or Laurie Wallis) contact you.
ADULT FAMILY & EQUIPPING MINISTRIES
Give Blood, Save a Life!
The Bloodmobile is in our north parking lot TODAY (November 3). Don’t miss your opportunity to Give Blood and save a life!
JOY Day Ladies Brunch
As we approach the holiday season we want to take time to focus on the faithfulness of God by His provision of our Savior. Bring your friends on Saturday, November 16, 9:15am-12pm, for a special holiday message by Mary Dighton at our JOY Day Ladies Brunch. Tickets can be purchased for $5 at the Life Resource Center until Sunday, November 10. Childcare is also available by reservation. For more information, visit hoffmantownchurch.org/events.
Surviving the Holidays” Seminar
Need help in Surviving the upcoming holidays? Recovering from the loss of a loved one is a complex process and can be especially painful during the holiday season. Hoffmantown Church is presenting the GriefShare Surviving the Holidays seminar which presents practical holiday survival tips for those navigating loss during this time with others are celebrating. Surviving the Holidays will be presented on Tuesday, November 12 in room B202 from 1:30-3:30pm. There is no charge for the class, but an RSVP to Tabitha at 858-8624 or email@example.com is requested.
Mission Prayer Request
Please keep our missionaries and ministries in your prayers as they continue in God’s work! Pray that they would be safe in wherever they are serving. Whether they work here in Albuquerque or across the world. We were able to cover our ministries in prayer during the Mission Conference, but we ask that you continue to pray over them. Thank you!
Life Resource Center
NERVES OF STEEL by Tammie Jo Shults
We all know the tragic story of the Southwest flight that took the life of Albuquerque’s Jennifer Riordan. Tammie Jo Shults was the captain of that flight. Nerves of Steel is the inspiring true story of her life—from growing up the daughter of a rancher in New Mexico, to breaking through gender barriers as one of the Navy’s first female F/A-18 Hornet pilots, to safely landing the severely crippled Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 and helping save the lives of 148 people. Not originally scheduled for the flight, there is no doubt God had prepared her and placed her right where she needed to be that day. Nerves of Steel is a captivating story of faith, courage, and perseverance.