Morning Worship 9:00 a.m.                                                                                                                             "Original Church Dedicated in 1926"
Junior Church and Nursery are provided during Worship                                                                           "New Church Dedicated May 26, 1991"
Sunday School at 10:30 a.m. for all ages



Sunday Sermon Notes

Disciples of Christ of PA


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This Weeks Memory Verse

Then Jesus said to His disciples, "If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me."
Matthew 16:24


Prayer Families for the
Month of October

Kathy Moser & Ed Walsh
Rick & Denise Marker
George, Tricia, Ashton & Delaney Reposky
Shirley Jones
Jean Arnold & Ilene Eaton


X-Factor Youth Ministry

All Youth

Each Sunday

5:30 - 7:00 pm
Bring a Friend or Two!

Handmade Queen size Quilt
& $500 cash
Tickets $2.00 each
 Goes off Dec. 3rd
PA 7:00 pm lottery

See Chuck McCormick
for Tickets




Wednesday October 26th 7:00 pm
& Tuesday November 8th 6:30 pm

Board Meeting
November 8th  7:00 pm


Monday, October 24th
7:00 PM


Monday November 14th
7:00 pm
At Denise's
All Women are Welcome


Sunday November 20th

This special collection helps to support our Compassion Children in Africia and Kentucky.


Veterans Program
Sunday November 6th
9:00 am
Followed by a Social in the
Dining Hall

Come and support our Veterans &
Amvets from Hopwood


Michael Brashear
Southern Gospel Singer
Sunday November 13th
9:00 am Worship Service



Tuesday November 22nd
If you or someone you know
would like a visit please see Pastor Mike.



4:00 PM


Shut-In Visits

If you or Anyone you know
would like a visit
Please Call Pastor Mike


Library News

The book
"Agents of the Apocalypse"
and Study CD's
by Dr. David Jeremiah
are now available in the library.
The Teen Youth completed this study and we encourage anyone wanting to know more about the book of Revelation to do this study.
It is a wonderful format and easy to understand.


Special Events

Sunday Nov 6th 9:00 am

Michael Brashear
Sunday Nov 13th 9:00 am

Hanging of the Greens
Saturday Nov 26th
4:00 pm


Junior Church Schedule
October 23rd   Nancy Evans
October 30th  Rick Marker
November 6th  Bill Hughes
November 13th  Veterans Day
November 20th  Thanksgiving
November 27th  Nicholas Rosneck

Shelley Williams

Stephanie McCormick

Jean Arnold, Jessica Peton, Chris Konopka, Edward Combs
George Reposky, Jennie Peton

Susie Combs, Lois Scabis,
Tricia Reposky, Adam Rosneck

Jean Arnold, Edward Combs

Nancy Evans

Stephanie McCormick

Jennie & Bob Peton

Shelley Williams & Susan Toth

ELDERS Oct. & Nov.:
October 23rd:   Paul Rosneck & Bob Peton
October 30th:   Carol Ludwig & Steph McCormick
November 6th: Carol Ludwig & Steph McCormick
November 13th & 20th:  Will Chambers
                                          & Charlotte Hughes
Novmeber 27th:  Bob Peton & Paul Rosneck


The State of Pennsylvania is requiring all people within the Church who come in direct contact with children to have
Protective Clearances done. 
There are two forms that need sent in.
You can do this on line at 
and the state police website - Form SP4-164
The cost is $10.00 for each form.

Please do this ASAP and give your
clearances to Lori.
If you are an Elected Board Officer, Junior Church Leader, Sunday School Teacher, Youth Group Leader and Pastor, you are required to file for clearances.  See Lori for forms or you can go to the websites and register.  The cost is $20.00 for both.
If you are unable to cover the cost
see Pastor Mike.


Donations are being accepted for the Capital Campaign.  Our goal is $50,000
The funds will go toward a new roof and general church repair projects. You can mail you special donation to:

Allison Christian Church 

PO Box 387 

Allison, PA 15413

Mark your check:


Thank you and God Bless you for your donations.


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"Imagine A Church"

Imagine a church that welcomes you regardless of your age, your looks, the clothes you wear, the amount of money you have, your past experiences, your stage in life or your stage in the journey of faith.
Imagine a church that is amazed by your God given gifts and talents and is eager to help you use them to make the community and world around you better. 
Image a church that could step outside the norm, embracing new technology and ideas, while also staying true to a sound Biblical foundation.
Imagine a church that challenges the status quo in its Christian life by studying, praying, practicing, and praising with receptive hunger that grows deeper every day.
Image a church that seizes the opportunity to make a positive impact in the community through service and spreading the message of hope of Jesus Christ to others.  
Imagine a church where strangers and guests are united as a family and want to nurture one another in their spiritual growth. 
Our vision is that your imagination becomes reality as we seek to Exalt God!
We invite you to join us for our worship service this Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m.!
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      We invite you and your family to come and                                 join us as we worship the Lord.                                 All are welcome to partake in communion each sunday.               Nursery and Junior Church are provided.                               "Train up a child in the way he shall go                           and he will not depart from it."
                                          Pastor Michael & Nancy Peton

Rejoice in the Lord Always!

Praise Times Thirteen

Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the LORD!
Psalm 150:6

The book of Psalms ends on a climactic note of joyful praise in Psalm 150. In only six verses, this psalm answers
one question after another involving praise and worship.  In fact, the word "praise" occurs thirteen times in Psalm 150.
The first verse tells us what we are to do.  We're to "Praise the Lord."  In the original Hebrew, it's literally: Hallelu Yah or Praise Yahweh.

Verse 1 also tells us here to praise:  "Praise God in His sanctuary; praise Him in His mighty firmament!" Praise is the
unifying activity that links together heaven and earth.

Verse 2 tells us why to praise God:  "Praise Him for His mighty acts; praise Him according to His excellent greatness!" 
And verse 3-5 provide the how of praise --"with the sound of the trumpet... the lute and harp... the timbrel and dance...
stringed isntruments and flutes...lound cymbals...clashing cymbals."

Verse 6 ends with the question of who should praise God:  "Everything that has breath."  What joy we have as believers in Christ --praising Him today, tomorrow, and forever!

READ: Psalm 150

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation! O my soul, praise him for he is thy health and salvation!
Joachim Neander
Daily Reading: Matthew 14-17


PRAYER:  Lord God, I come before you praising you and thanking you for your Son, our Savior. 
Open my heart and mind to the understanding of your word. 
Help me to press on in the studying of Your Word.
May my light never grow dim for you.  Strengthen my prayer time, and help me to become a mighty warrior in prayer.
Strengthen my fellowship with other belivers.  Give me a true heart of worship and help me to be obedient to your
word and callings on my life. May my love for others be selfless, and my heart never be shut when I see a brother
in need.  Help me to share your love with the world.  All this I ask in Your Precious Holy Name.  Amen.

Scripture Trivia

Here's a Scripture trivia question:  Who was the first person in the Bible to raise the dead, though he himself never died?  And though he's the most frequently mentioned prophet in Scripture, he didn't write one word of the Bible.  The answer is  . . . Elijah -- the rugged prophet who dominates much of 1 Kings. 

The books of 1 and 2 Kings -- one long book in the Hebrew open with the story of how God blessed Israel during the days of Solomon's death.  As you read 1 Kings, notice that chapters 1 through 11 describe the glory of Solomon's reign, but the remaining chapters tell of the growing failures of the successive kings in both North and South.  Despite occasional lurches toward obedience, the priests, princes and people of God spiraled downward like water through a drain until both nations were wipped away by neighboring empires. 

Throughout the story, Elijah and his fellow prophets --- men like Nathan, Ahijah, and Jehu -- vainly called their nations to repentance.  God's people today are still warning, cautioning, and proclaiming His message.  At times, like Elijah, we see little outward success.  But there's never reason to be discouraged where God is concerned.  In reading 1 Kings, we learn that even the downward twists and turns of history serve the ultimate purposes of God, and the story of Elijah and his times reminds us that God is still on his throne as King of Israel and as Lord of all.

KEY THOUGHT:  The decline of Israel during and after the days of Solomon warns us of the dangers of complacency, but also teaches us to practice the boldness of Elijah.

Three Approaches to Reading the Bible

There are many ways to read the Bible, but these three methods work and they will bear fruit.  If you are not reading God's Word daily right now, that can change by using one of these simple plans or approaches.  Depending on your daily schedule, you can pick a way to read the Bible that works best for you.  Enjoy your reading!

Other than reading the Bible straight through from Genesis to Revelation, choosing a book of the Bible is the easiest
way to begin.  But you can choose the books you read based on length or based on subject matter.

The greastest sense of accomplishment will come by starting with short books rather than long ones.  Obadiah, Philemon,
and Jude each have one chapter; Ruth, several of the Minor Prophets, and some of Paul's epistles have fewer than
five chapters, and so on.  It is better to start small and be encouraged by your accomplishment than to start big (like with
Deuteronomy, Isaiah, Jeremiah, or Revelation) and grow discouraged.  An advantage of this approach is that it requires no other study aids.  The Bible is all you need.

The Bible contains five broad categoreis of subject matter that could be chosen based on personal interest or perference:

HISTORY:  Genesis - Esther plus Acts (Written in narrative, historical style)

WISDOM/POETRY:  Job - Song of Songs (Full of poetic imagery)

PROPHETIC/APOCALYPTIC:  Isaiah - Malachi plus Revelation (The most challenging subject matter)

GOSPELS Matthew - John (Mark is shortest; John is thematic rather than biographical)

EPIESTLES:  Romans - Jude (practical theology and instruction for the Christian life)

There is no shortage of topics one could choose to read about in the Bible.  The two broadest being a subject or a person(s):

SUBJECTS:  Read about love, war, sex, discipline, creation, wisdom, judgment, money, angels, marriage, children, anger, and the list goes on.  Pick a subject that interests you, or about which you have quetions, and pursue it in an open-ended fashion.  Or, purpose to study a subject-a-month for a year.  Reading just 15 minutes a day for 30 days equals 7.5 hours -
a mini-course in a topic related to your life.

PEOPLE:  Read about Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon, Jesus' disciples (by name or as a group), Paul, Peter, John Barnabas, one of several Marys -- and more.

For a subject or character study, you will need some sort of topical study guide or a Bible concordance (either or both are found in many of today's study Bibles).  A topical study guide will group relevant passages together for you; a concordance will list every verse in which "love/loves" or "Abraham" is mentioned.  Then, it is simply a matter of reading through all of the relevant verses.

This approach allows you to embrace the purpose for which certain parts of the Bible were written.  For instance . . .

PSALMS - staying focused on (worshipping) God in the midst of life's trials.

PROVERBS - gaining wisdom needed to live a skillful godly life.

SONG OF SONGS - exploring the depths of marital love and romance.

ECCLESIASTES - understanding why the world can't satisfy man's deepest longings.

DANIEL - Examining evidence that God rules the world and the affairs of kings.

MATTHEW - proving to a Jewish audience that Jesus was the Messiah.

JOHN - demonstrating that Jesus was the divine Son of God.

ACTS - relating a record of the supernatural explosion of the early Church.

1 CORINTHIANS - answering a variety of questions about Christian living.

REVELATION - outlining God's victorious plan for the end of the present age.

Each of the above three approaches works well when you designate a specific amount of time to study every day.
Begin reading, mark your place at the end of the allotted time and continue reading the next day.

Make time for GOD's Word!