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TODAY’S MESSAGE October 02, 2016 WELCOME TO NEW MERCY COMMUNITY CHURCH! SPEAKER Pastor Kee Won Huh We are “A Church for the Broken.” We are a church made of broken people, a church that seeks to grow broken people, and a church that welcomes and serves other broken people with the radical love Christ has shown us. Ultimately, this means we are a church called to love and to embrace everyone as every person has some form of brokenness in their lives. TITLE Where is God? PASSAGE Mark 15:22-27; 29-32; 37 22 They brought Jesus to the place called Golgotha (which means “the place of the skull”). 23 Then they offered him wine mixed with myrrh, but he did not take it. 24 And they crucified him. Dividing up his clothes, they cast lots to see what each would get. 25 It was nine in the morning when they crucified him. 26 The written notice of the charge against him read: the king of the jews. 27 They crucified two rebels with him, one on his right and one on his left. Our theme for 2016 is Here I Am: Living Out God’s Call. “Here I Am” is an evocative and picturesque phrase. When considered in the context of faith, it brings to the believer’s imagination a sense of surrender, willingness, and readiness. Ultimately, “Here I Am” captures and embodies obedience, one of the hallmarks of the children of God. In our world, obedience is a radically counter cultural idea. In fact, it’s an idea that the world considers to be oppressive. But that’s because they fail to understand the nature of true obedience and how God designed it to function in our lives. In Christ, obedience is the greatest and most liberating thing to which he can call us–the believers in history that were the most free, the most effective, the most powerfully used by God all lived lives marked with obedience. It is this idea of obedience that we believe God wants to be the centerpiece of New Mercy in 2016. Here I am, Lord, ready to obey. All Christians are called to be disciples, to be transformed, to serve, and to build his kingdom. We want 2016 to be a year where we live out this call of God through our obedience. We are standing here, ready to be used by God–we want to obey his call in our all areas of our lives. Living out God’s call through obedience also captures the biblical understanding that living as children of God will require things like transformation & refining, perseverance, the understanding that it will not be easy, being guided by the Holy Spirit, seeking God’s heart in all things, taking steps of faith, and so on. We will spend 2016 exploring these various dimensions of obedience. So ultimately, we want our theme for 2016 to be an image: One where we see believers standing before God saying, “Here I am, use me”, and then going forward in obedience. WEEKLY Have Children? 29 Those who passed by hurled insults at him, shaking their heads and saying, “So! You who are going to destroy the temple and build it in three days, 30 come down from the cross and save yourself!” 31 In the same way the chief priests and the teachers of the law mocked him among themselves. “He saved others,” they said, “but he can’t save himself! 32 Let this Messiah, this king of Israel, come down now from the cross, that we may see and believe.” Those crucified with him also heaped insults on him. 37 With a loud cry, Jesus breathed his last. Take advantage of our Nursery, Mercy Munchkins and Mini Mercies Programs (9:30am & 10:30am services only)! For more information please contact Pastor Jen at 201.739.8243 or jen@newmercy.cc (9:30am service) or Patricia at 201.213.1331 or patricia@newmercy.cc (10:30am service). Please contact pastors@newmercy.cc. BASKETBALL - Sat, 5-9pm, FDU Fitness Center (1080 University Circle, Teaneck, NJ). pastors at Need Prayer? If you have any prayer needs, Pastor Jen and Pastor Lisa are available for inner-healing counseling and prayer. They may be reached at jen@newmercy.cc or lisa@newmercy.cc. Last Week’s Offering: 2016 YTD Total: 2016 Budget: TRIVIA NIGHT (10/15 at 5 PM) Is your head full of random bits of knowledge? Do you love competition? Then come to our Trivia Night on 10/15 at the FDU Basketball Courts (Side Room). Entry fee is $5 per person. Food and drinks will be provided as well as prizes for the winners! Contact Hyunsuk Kim (daveh12@gmail.com) for more information. NEW MERCY OPEN (10/22 at 8:30 AM) On Oct 22, we will be holding our 3rd annual golf tournament! All skill levels are welcome! The cost is $80 per person which includes 18 rounds of golf, lunch after the 9th hole, and a BBQ at the end of the day. 50% of the registration fees will be donated to the Mercy Global Mission Fund. For more information and/or to register, please visit newmercy.cc/2016-golf-outing or contact Chris Kwon (chris@newmercy.cc). RELIEF BUS (10/29 at 5:30 PM) Mercy Local will be teaming up with Relief Bus to serve food and to spend time with those in need around Port Authority Bus Station in New York City. For more information, contact Mercy Local at mercylocal@newmercy.cc. To learn more about the Relief Bus, please visit them at newyorkcityrelief.org. SATURDAY MORNING PRAYER Join us on Saturdays 7am at The Hub (150 Kansas St, Hackensack, NJ) for a time of morning devotion and prayer. Afterward, for those who are able, we will end with a time of fellowship over breakfast. What a great way to kick-off your Saturdays! EDGEWATER SERMON SERIES (10/2, 9, 16) For the next three weeks of October, Pastor Kee will be doing a special sermon series exclusively at New Mercy Edgewater. The series titled, “Dear God: Questions We’re Thinking About God But Rarely Ask Out Loud,” will tackle head on some of the major difficulties that both Christians and seekers have had with God in church. Invite your friends and family! HACKENSACK 1PM NEWCOMERS DINNER (Today at 5:00 PM) Whether you're a first time visitor or have been attending New Mercy for the past few months, join us at our next newcomers dinner on Oct 2 at 5pm in Fort Lee, NJ. Please contact David Shin at dave.h.shin@gmail.com if you have any questions. FINANCIAL SNAPSHOT the THE OPEN DOOR (10/15 at 10 PM) The Open Door is a gospelcentered organization that serves low-income, immigrant families.  Volunteers lead ESL, computer and children's literacy classes  on Monday  and Tuesday evenings from  7-8:30 p.m.  at Memorial High School, 5501 Park Avenue, West New York, NJ.  The next training is  October 15, 2016 from 10-12 p.m.  at Maranatha Grace Church.  To RSVP for the training or  to r e q u e s t a v o l u n t e e r a p p l i c a t i o n ,  e m a i l  L i z a C h o at liza@theopendoornjny.org. SERVICE SPECIFIC WEDNESDAY NIGHT PRAYER - Weds, 8pm, New Mercy Offices (150 Kansas St, Hackensack, NJ). Need Counseling? ANNOUNCEMENTS $7,404.00 $447,299.68 $689,414.68 CALENDAR Hack. 1PM Newcomers Dinner Today Prayer Walk 10/8 Hack. 10:30AM Newcomers Dinner 10/9 Trivia Night 10/15 Golf Tournament 10/22 Relief Bus 10/29 HACKENSACK 10:30 NEWCOMERS DINNER (10/9 at 5 PM) Are you new to New Mercy? Please join us for the 10:30am service newcomers dinner at Pastor Wonjae Hudson's house on 10/9 at 5pm. This is a great opportunity to meet the pastors, church members, and other newcomers and also get more information about our church. All food and drinks will be provided! To sign up, simply email the team at welcoming@newmercy.cc. Hope to see you there! HACKENSACK PRAYER WALK (10/8 at 10 AM) Please join us as we go on a prayer walk through Hackensack. We will meet at the Hub at 10AM (150 Kansas St., Hackensack). Let us join together as we lift up this city! If interested, please contact Pastor Josh at josh@newmercy.cc.
TODAY   S MESSAGE October 02, 2016  WELCOME TO NEW MERCY COMMUNITY CHURCH   SPEAKER Pastor Kee Won Huh  We are    A Church...
TODAY’S MESSAGE October 02, 2016 WELCOME TO NEW MERCY COMMUNITY CHURCH! SPEAKER Pastor Kee Won Huh We are “A Church for the Broken.” We are a church made of broken people, a church that seeks to grow broken people, and a church that welcomes and serves other broken people with the radical love Christ has shown us. Ultimately, this means we are a church called to love and to embrace everyone as every person has some form of brokenness in their lives. TITLE Where is God? PASSAGE Mark 15:22-27; 29-32; 37 22 They brought Jesus to the place called Golgotha (which means “the place of the skull”). 23 Then they offered him wine mixed with myrrh, but he did not take it. 24 And they crucified him. Dividing up his clothes, they cast lots to see what each would get. 25 It was nine in the morning when they crucified him. 26 The written notice of the charge against him read: the king of the jews. 27 They crucified two rebels with him, one on his right and one on his left. Our theme for 2016 is Here I Am: Living Out God’s Call. “Here I Am” is an evocative and picturesque phrase. When considered in the context of faith, it brings to the believer’s imagination a sense of surrender, willingness, and readiness. Ultimately, “Here I Am” captures and embodies obedience, one of the hallmarks of the children of God. In our world, obedience is a radically counter cultural idea. In fact, it’s an idea that the world considers to be oppressive. But that’s because they fail to understand the nature of true obedience and how God designed it to function in our lives. In Christ, obedience is the greatest and most liberating thing to which he can call us–the believers in history that were the most free, the most effective, the most powerfully used by God all lived lives marked with obedience. It is this idea of obedience that we believe God wants to be the centerpiece of New Mercy in 2016. Here I am, Lord, ready to obey. All Christians are called to be disciples, to be transformed, to serve, and to build his kingdom. We want 2016 to be a year where we live out this call of God through our obedience. We are standing here, ready to be used by God–we want to obey his call in our all areas of our lives. Living out God’s call through obedience also captures the biblical understanding that living as children of God will require things like transformation & refining, perseverance, the understanding that it will not be easy, being guided by the Holy Spirit, seeking God’s heart in all things, taking steps of faith, and so on. We will spend 2016 exploring these various dimensions of obedience. So ultimately, we want our theme for 2016 to be an image: One where we see believers standing before God saying, “Here I am, use me”, and then going forward in obedience. WEEKLY Have Children? 29 Those who passed by hurled insults at him, shaking their heads and saying, “So! You who are going to destroy the temple and build it in three days, 30 come down from the cross and save yourself!” 31 In the same way the chief priests and the teachers of the law mocked him among themselves. “He saved others,” they said, “but he can’t save himself! 32 Let this Messiah, this king of Israel, come down now from the cross, that we may see and believe.” Those crucified with him also heaped insults on him. 37 With a loud cry, Jesus breathed his last. Take advantage of our Nursery, Mercy Munchkins and Mini Mercies Programs (9:30am & 10:30am services only)! For more information please contact Pastor Jen at 201.739.8243 or jen@newmercy.cc (9:30am service) or Patricia at 201.213.1331 or patricia@newmercy.cc (10:30am service). Please contact pastors@newmercy.cc. BASKETBALL - Sat, 5-9pm, FDU Fitness Center (1080 University Circle, Teaneck, NJ). pastors at Need Prayer? If you have any prayer needs, Pastor Jen and Pastor Lisa are available for inner-healing counseling and prayer. They may be reached at jen@newmercy.cc or lisa@newmercy.cc. Last Week’s Offering: 2016 YTD Total: 2016 Budget: TRIVIA NIGHT (10/15 at 5 PM) Is your head full of random bits of knowledge? Do you love competition? Then come to our Trivia Night on 10/15 at the FDU Basketball Courts (Side Room). Entry fee is $5 per person. Food and drinks will be provided as well as prizes for the winners! Contact Hyunsuk Kim (daveh12@gmail.com) for more information. NEW MERCY OPEN (10/22 at 8:30 AM) On Oct 22, we will be holding our 3rd annual golf tournament! All skill levels are welcome! The cost is $80 per person which includes 18 rounds of golf, lunch after the 9th hole, and a BBQ at the end of the day. 50% of the registration fees will be donated to the Mercy Global Mission Fund. For more information and/or to register, please visit newmercy.cc/2016-golf-outing or contact Chris Kwon (chris@newmercy.cc). RELIEF BUS (10/29 at 5:30 PM) Mercy Local will be teaming up with Relief Bus to serve food and to spend time with those in need around Port Authority Bus Station in New York City. For more information, contact Mercy Local at mercylocal@newmercy.cc. To learn more about the Relief Bus, please visit them at newyorkcityrelief.org. SATURDAY MORNING PRAYER Join us on Saturdays 7am at The Hub (150 Kansas St, Hackensack, NJ) for a time of morning devotion and prayer. Afterward, for those who are able, we will end with a time of fellowship over breakfast. What a great way to kick-off your Saturdays! EDGEWATER SERMON SERIES (10/2, 9, 16) For the next three weeks of October, Pastor Kee will be doing a special sermon series exclusively at New Mercy Edgewater. The series titled, “Dear God: Questions We’re Thinking About God But Rarely Ask Out Loud,” will tackle head on some of the major difficulties that both Christians and seekers have had with God in church. Invite your friends and family! HACKENSACK 1PM NEWCOMERS DINNER (Today at 5:00 PM) Whether you're a first time visitor or have been attending New Mercy for the past few months, join us at our next newcomers dinner on Oct 2 at 5pm in Fort Lee, NJ. Please contact David Shin at dave.h.shin@gmail.com if you have any questions. FINANCIAL SNAPSHOT the THE OPEN DOOR (10/15 at 10 PM) The Open Door is a gospelcentered organization that serves low-income, immigrant families.  Volunteers lead ESL, computer and children's literacy classes  on Monday  and Tuesday evenings from  7-8:30 p.m.  at Memorial High School, 5501 Park Avenue, West New York, NJ.  The next training is  October 15, 2016 from 10-12 p.m.  at Maranatha Grace Church.  To RSVP for the training or  to r e q u e s t a v o l u n t e e r a p p l i c a t i o n ,  e m a i l  L i z a C h o at liza@theopendoornjny.org. SERVICE SPECIFIC WEDNESDAY NIGHT PRAYER - Weds, 8pm, New Mercy Offices (150 Kansas St, Hackensack, NJ). Need Counseling? ANNOUNCEMENTS $7,404.00 $447,299.68 $689,414.68 CALENDAR Hack. 1PM Newcomers Dinner Today Prayer Walk 10/8 Hack. 10:30AM Newcomers Dinner 10/9 Trivia Night 10/15 Golf Tournament 10/22 Relief Bus 10/29 HACKENSACK 10:30 NEWCOMERS DINNER (10/9 at 5 PM) Are you new to New Mercy? Please join us for the 10:30am service newcomers dinner at Pastor Wonjae Hudson's house on 10/9 at 5pm. This is a great opportunity to meet the pastors, church members, and other newcomers and also get more information about our church. All food and drinks will be provided! To sign up, simply email the team at welcoming@newmercy.cc. Hope to see you there! HACKENSACK PRAYER WALK (10/8 at 10 AM) Please join us as we go on a prayer walk through Hackensack. We will meet at the Hub at 10AM (150 Kansas St., Hackensack). Let us join together as we lift up this city! If interested, please contact Pastor Josh at josh@newmercy.cc.
TODAY   S MESSAGE October 02, 2016  WELCOME TO NEW MERCY COMMUNITY CHURCH   SPEAKER Pastor Kee Won Huh  We are    A Church...
TODAY’S MESSAGE October 02, 2016 WELCOME TO NEW MERCY COMMUNITY CHURCH! SPEAKER Pastor Kee Won Huh We are “A Church for the Broken.” We are a church made of broken people, a church that seeks to grow broken people, and a church that welcomes and serves other broken people with the radical love Christ has shown us. Ultimately, this means we are a church called to love and to embrace everyone as every person has some form of brokenness in their lives. TITLE Where is God? PASSAGE Mark 15:22-27; 29-32; 37 22 They brought Jesus to the place called Golgotha (which means “the place of the skull”). 23 Then they offered him wine mixed with myrrh, but he did not take it. 24 And they crucified him. Dividing up his clothes, they cast lots to see what each would get. 25 It was nine in the morning when they crucified him. 26 The written notice of the charge against him read: the king of the jews. 27 They crucified two rebels with him, one on his right and one on his left. Our theme for 2016 is Here I Am: Living Out God’s Call. “Here I Am” is an evocative and picturesque phrase. When considered in the context of faith, it brings to the believer’s imagination a sense of surrender, willingness, and readiness. Ultimately, “Here I Am” captures and embodies obedience, one of the hallmarks of the children of God. In our world, obedience is a radically counter cultural idea. In fact, it’s an idea that the world considers to be oppressive. But that’s because they fail to understand the nature of true obedience and how God designed it to function in our lives. In Christ, obedience is the greatest and most liberating thing to which he can call us–the believers in history that were the most free, the most effective, the most powerfully used by God all lived lives marked with obedience. It is this idea of obedience that we believe God wants to be the centerpiece of New Mercy in 2016. Here I am, Lord, ready to obey. All Christians are called to be disciples, to be transformed, to serve, and to build his kingdom. We want 2016 to be a year where we live out this call of God through our obedience. We are standing here, ready to be used by God–we want to obey his call in our all areas of our lives. Living out God’s call through obedience also captures the biblical understanding that living as children of God will require things like transformation & refining, perseverance, the understanding that it will not be easy, being guided by the Holy Spirit, seeking God’s heart in all things, taking steps of faith, and so on. We will spend 2016 exploring these various dimensions of obedience. So ultimately, we want our theme for 2016 to be an image: One where we see believers standing before God saying, “Here I am, use me”, and then going forward in obedience. WEEKLY Have Children? 29 Those who passed by hurled insults at him, shaking their heads and saying, “So! You who are going to destroy the temple and build it in three days, 30 come down from the cross and save yourself!” 31 In the same way the chief priests and the teachers of the law mocked him among themselves. “He saved others,” they said, “but he can’t save himself! 32 Let this Messiah, this king of Israel, come down now from the cross, that we may see and believe.” Those crucified with him also heaped insults on him. 37 With a loud cry, Jesus breathed his last. Take advantage of our Nursery, Mercy Munchkins and Mini Mercies Programs (9:30am & 10:30am services only)! For more information please contact Pastor Jen at 201.739.8243 or jen@newmercy.cc (9:30am service) or Patricia at 201.213.1331 or patricia@newmercy.cc (10:30am service). Please contact pastors@newmercy.cc. BASKETBALL - Sat, 5-9pm, FDU Fitness Center (1080 University Circle, Teaneck, NJ). pastors at Need Prayer? If you have any prayer needs, Pastor Jen and Pastor Lisa are available for inner-healing counseling and prayer. They may be reached at jen@newmercy.cc or lisa@newmercy.cc. Last Week’s Offering: 2016 YTD Total: 2016 Budget: TRIVIA NIGHT (10/15 at 5 PM) Is your head full of random bits of knowledge? Do you love competition? Then come to our Trivia Night on 10/15 at the FDU Basketball Courts (Side Room). Entry fee is $5 per person. Food and drinks will be provided as well as prizes for the winners! Contact Hyunsuk Kim (daveh12@gmail.com) for more information. NEW MERCY OPEN (10/22 at 8:30 AM) On Oct 22, we will be holding our 3rd annual golf tournament! All skill levels are welcome! The cost is $80 per person which includes 18 rounds of golf, lunch after the 9th hole, and a BBQ at the end of the day. 50% of the registration fees will be donated to the Mercy Global Mission Fund. For more information and/or to register, please visit newmercy.cc/2016-golf-outing or contact Chris Kwon (chris@newmercy.cc). RELIEF BUS (10/29 at 5:30 PM) Mercy Local will be teaming up with Relief Bus to serve food and to spend time with those in need around Port Authority Bus Station in New York City. For more information, contact Mercy Local at mercylocal@newmercy.cc. To learn more about the Relief Bus, please visit them at newyorkcityrelief.org. SATURDAY MORNING PRAYER Join us on Saturdays 7am at The Hub (150 Kansas St, Hackensack, NJ) for a time of morning devotion and prayer. Afterward, for those who are able, we will end with a time of fellowship over breakfast. What a great way to kick-off your Saturdays! EDGEWATER SERMON SERIES (10/2, 9, 16) For the next three weeks of October, Pastor Kee will be doing a special sermon series exclusively at New Mercy Edgewater. The series titled, “Dear God: Questions We’re Thinking About God But Rarely Ask Out Loud,” will tackle head on some of the major difficulties that both Christians and seekers have had with God in church. Invite your friends and family! HACKENSACK 1PM NEWCOMERS DINNER (Today at 5:00 PM) Whether you're a first time visitor or have been attending New Mercy for the past few months, join us at our next newcomers dinner on Oct 2 at 5pm in Fort Lee, NJ. Please contact David Shin at dave.h.shin@gmail.com if you have any questions. FINANCIAL SNAPSHOT the THE OPEN DOOR (10/15 at 10 PM) The Open Door is a gospelcentered organization that serves low-income, immigrant families.  Volunteers lead ESL, computer and children's literacy classes  on Monday  and Tuesday evenings from  7-8:30 p.m.  at Memorial High School, 5501 Park Avenue, West New York, NJ.  The next training is  October 15, 2016 from 10-12 p.m.  at Maranatha Grace Church.  To RSVP for the training or  to r e q u e s t a v o l u n t e e r a p p l i c a t i o n ,  e m a i l  L i z a C h o at liza@theopendoornjny.org. SERVICE SPECIFIC WEDNESDAY NIGHT PRAYER - Weds, 8pm, New Mercy Offices (150 Kansas St, Hackensack, NJ). Need Counseling? ANNOUNCEMENTS $7,404.00 $447,299.68 $689,414.68 CALENDAR Hack. 1PM Newcomers Dinner Today Prayer Walk 10/8 Hack. 10:30AM Newcomers Dinner 10/9 Trivia Night 10/15 Golf Tournament 10/22 Relief Bus 10/29 HACKENSACK 10:30 NEWCOMERS DINNER (10/9 at 5 PM) Are you new to New Mercy? Please join us for the 10:30am service newcomers dinner at Pastor Wonjae Hudson's house on 10/9 at 5pm. This is a great opportunity to meet the pastors, church members, and other newcomers and also get more information about our church. All food and drinks will be provided! To sign up, simply email the team at welcoming@newmercy.cc. Hope to see you there! HACKENSACK PRAYER WALK (10/8 at 10 AM) Please join us as we go on a prayer walk through Hackensack. We will meet at the Hub at 10AM (150 Kansas St., Hackensack). Let us join together as we lift up this city! If interested, please contact Pastor Josh at josh@newmercy.cc.
TODAY   S MESSAGE October 02, 2016  WELCOME TO NEW MERCY COMMUNITY CHURCH   SPEAKER Pastor Kee Won Huh  We are    A Church...
TODAY’S MESSAGE October 02, 2016 WELCOME TO NEW MERCY COMMUNITY CHURCH! SPEAKER Pastor Kee Won Huh We are “A Church for the Broken.” We are a church made of broken people, a church that seeks to grow broken people, and a church that welcomes and serves other broken people with the radical love Christ has shown us. Ultimately, this means we are a church called to love and to embrace everyone as every person has some form of brokenness in their lives. TITLE Where is God? PASSAGE Mark 15:22-27; 29-32; 37 22 They brought Jesus to the place called Golgotha (which means “the place of the skull”). 23 Then they offered him wine mixed with myrrh, but he did not take it. 24 And they crucified him. Dividing up his clothes, they cast lots to see what each would get. 25 It was nine in the morning when they crucified him. 26 The written notice of the charge against him read: the king of the jews. 27 They crucified two rebels with him, one on his right and one on his left. Our theme for 2016 is Here I Am: Living Out God’s Call. “Here I Am” is an evocative and picturesque phrase. When considered in the context of faith, it brings to the believer’s imagination a sense of surrender, willingness, and readiness. Ultimately, “Here I Am” captures and embodies obedience, one of the hallmarks of the children of God. In our world, obedience is a radically counter cultural idea. In fact, it’s an idea that the world considers to be oppressive. But that’s because they fail to understand the nature of true obedience and how God designed it to function in our lives. In Christ, obedience is the greatest and most liberating thing to which he can call us–the believers in history that were the most free, the most effective, the most powerfully used by God all lived lives marked with obedience. It is this idea of obedience that we believe God wants to be the centerpiece of New Mercy in 2016. Here I am, Lord, ready to obey. All Christians are called to be disciples, to be transformed, to serve, and to build his kingdom. We want 2016 to be a year where we live out this call of God through our obedience. We are standing here, ready to be used by God–we want to obey his call in our all areas of our lives. Living out God’s call through obedience also captures the biblical understanding that living as children of God will require things like transformation & refining, perseverance, the understanding that it will not be easy, being guided by the Holy Spirit, seeking God’s heart in all things, taking steps of faith, and so on. We will spend 2016 exploring these various dimensions of obedience. So ultimately, we want our theme for 2016 to be an image: One where we see believers standing before God saying, “Here I am, use me”, and then going forward in obedience. WEEKLY Have Children? 29 Those who passed by hurled insults at him, shaking their heads and saying, “So! You who are going to destroy the temple and build it in three days, 30 come down from the cross and save yourself!” 31 In the same way the chief priests and the teachers of the law mocked him among themselves. “He saved others,” they said, “but he can’t save himself! 32 Let this Messiah, this king of Israel, come down now from the cross, that we may see and believe.” Those crucified with him also heaped insults on him. 37 With a loud cry, Jesus breathed his last. Take advantage of our Nursery, Mercy Munchkins and Mini Mercies Programs (9:30am & 10:30am services only)! For more information please contact Pastor Jen at 201.739.8243 or jen@newmercy.cc (9:30am service) or Patricia at 201.213.1331 or patricia@newmercy.cc (10:30am service). Please contact pastors@newmercy.cc. BASKETBALL - Sat, 5-9pm, FDU Fitness Center (1080 University Circle, Teaneck, NJ). pastors at Need Prayer? If you have any prayer needs, Pastor Jen and Pastor Lisa are available for inner-healing counseling and prayer. They may be reached at jen@newmercy.cc or lisa@newmercy.cc. Last Week’s Offering: 2016 YTD Total: 2016 Budget: TRIVIA NIGHT (10/15 at 5 PM) Is your head full of random bits of knowledge? Do you love competition? Then come to our Trivia Night on 10/15 at the FDU Basketball Courts (Side Room). Entry fee is $5 per person. Food and drinks will be provided as well as prizes for the winners! Contact Hyunsuk Kim (daveh12@gmail.com) for more information. NEW MERCY OPEN (10/22 at 8:30 AM) On Oct 22, we will be holding our 3rd annual golf tournament! All skill levels are welcome! The cost is $80 per person which includes 18 rounds of golf, lunch after the 9th hole, and a BBQ at the end of the day. 50% of the registration fees will be donated to the Mercy Global Mission Fund. For more information and/or to register, please visit newmercy.cc/2016-golf-outing or contact Chris Kwon (chris@newmercy.cc). RELIEF BUS (10/29 at 5:30 PM) Mercy Local will be teaming up with Relief Bus to serve food and to spend time with those in need around Port Authority Bus Station in New York City. For more information, contact Mercy Local at mercylocal@newmercy.cc. To learn more about the Relief Bus, please visit them at newyorkcityrelief.org. SATURDAY MORNING PRAYER Join us on Saturdays 7am at The Hub (150 Kansas St, Hackensack, NJ) for a time of morning devotion and prayer. Afterward, for those who are able, we will end with a time of fellowship over breakfast. What a great way to kick-off your Saturdays! EDGEWATER SERMON SERIES (10/2, 9, 16) For the next three weeks of October, Pastor Kee will be doing a special sermon series exclusively at New Mercy Edgewater. The series titled, “Dear God: Questions We’re Thinking About God But Rarely Ask Out Loud,” will tackle head on some of the major difficulties that both Christians and seekers have had with God in church. Invite your friends and family! HACKENSACK 1PM NEWCOMERS DINNER (Today at 5:00 PM) Whether you're a first time visitor or have been attending New Mercy for the past few months, join us at our next newcomers dinner on Oct 2 at 5pm in Fort Lee, NJ. Please contact David Shin at dave.h.shin@gmail.com if you have any questions. FINANCIAL SNAPSHOT the THE OPEN DOOR (10/15 at 10 PM) The Open Door is a gospelcentered organization that serves low-income, immigrant families.  Volunteers lead ESL, computer and children's literacy classes  on Monday  and Tuesday evenings from  7-8:30 p.m.  at Memorial High School, 5501 Park Avenue, West New York, NJ.  The next training is  October 15, 2016 from 10-12 p.m.  at Maranatha Grace Church.  To RSVP for the training or  to r e q u e s t a v o l u n t e e r a p p l i c a t i o n ,  e m a i l  L i z a C h o at liza@theopendoornjny.org. SERVICE SPECIFIC WEDNESDAY NIGHT PRAYER - Weds, 8pm, New Mercy Offices (150 Kansas St, Hackensack, NJ). Need Counseling? ANNOUNCEMENTS $7,404.00 $447,299.68 $689,414.68 CALENDAR Hack. 1PM Newcomers Dinner Today Prayer Walk 10/8 Hack. 10:30AM Newcomers Dinner 10/9 Trivia Night 10/15 Golf Tournament 10/22 Relief Bus 10/29 HACKENSACK 10:30 NEWCOMERS DINNER (10/9 at 5 PM) Are you new to New Mercy? Please join us for the 10:30am service newcomers dinner at Pastor Wonjae Hudson's house on 10/9 at 5pm. This is a great opportunity to meet the pastors, church members, and other newcomers and also get more information about our church. All food and drinks will be provided! To sign up, simply email the team at welcoming@newmercy.cc. Hope to see you there! HACKENSACK PRAYER WALK (10/8 at 10 AM) Please join us as we go on a prayer walk through Hackensack. We will meet at the Hub at 10AM (150 Kansas St., Hackensack). Let us join together as we lift up this city! If interested, please contact Pastor Josh at josh@newmercy.cc.
TODAY   S MESSAGE October 02, 2016  WELCOME TO NEW MERCY COMMUNITY CHURCH   SPEAKER Pastor Kee Won Huh  We are    A Church...