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This Week at Jubilee

January 11, 2021
Here's what's happening this week at Jubilee...

Jubilee’s Church Council meets at 6:30pm.  For more information, contact Matt Graybill.


Worship with Jubilee through Zoom at 10:45am.  Duane will preach on I Samuel 3:1-10, Here I Am Lord.

Worshiping Remotely

Below you will find links to the recording of Sunday's worship service and the Zoom meeting where services will be broadcast live in the coming weeks.  Feel free to email Joel Diener at if you have any questions or feedback. 
Recording for 1/10/2021:
YouTube Channel:
Join Zoom meeting:
Meeting ID: 886 4468 5706
Password: 949744

Jubilee, your commitment to prayer inspires and encourages us.  

During this season of worship at home, you consistently share your prayer concerns with Jubilee.  And, Jubilee prays together.  The Holy Spirit connects us profoundly through our corporate prayers.

For example, see the list of prayer requests and celebrations below.  And, pray along with the 2021 Prayers for Jubilee video also below.

“Then Jesus told his disciples…that they should always pray and not give up.”  Luke 18:1 (NIV)

Keep on praying together, Jubilee,
Duane and Elaine

Pastor Duane offers this prayer for our Nation:

We pray for healing for our country.
We pray that we can live and love with our differences.
We pray for racial justice.
We pray for wisdom for how to beat this pandemic.
We pray that 2021 will be a year of healing.


This week we pray for...

Charlotte Cermack asks for continued prayer for Don.
We will also continue to pray for Nona Romero’s mom, Lynette as she waits for biopsy results for the tumor on her back.
Joel Diener shares, “Josiah got a cast on his leg Friday morning and he's doing well. Assuming the bone heals as expected, the cast can come off in about 4 weeks. Joel and Lindsay are grateful for the prayers and support of the congregation.”  Let’s keep praying for their family as Josiah heals.


Hakeem Doss texts:  “Thank ya’ll for the prayer.  My cousin is at home now but he is still in a little pain.  God is good.”

We thank God that Williams Betancourt’s father’s health is improving.  He is still hospitalized but has been moved to a room.  Lupita shares that they are grateful to God and for your prayers.
Brenda Buxton, “My son and grandson are doing great!  Thanks for your prayers and love.”

If you have any prayer requests you would like shared in the pastoral prayer time of this Sunday's worship service, please send them to Duane or Elaine Maust.
2021 Prayers for Jubilee Video:

Many thanks to Joel Diener for compiling 2021 Prayers for Jubilee.  

Thanks also to those sharing their prayers; (in order) Reah Clymer, Sarah Brown, Wayne Gorrow, Dewayne Garrett, Sandra Rush, Marcus Diener, Jeff Landis, Sherene Broome, Jenny Bowers, Bonnie Opel, and Regina Martinez.

Responding to Worship with Weekday Worship:

Mark 1:9-11

Create a reminder that you are God’s beloved child. 

Create a simple ritual to daily experience God’s love and say, “I am God’s beloved child.”

Share your ideas with us!

Preparing for Sunday:

Here I am Lord

Read I Samuel 3:1-10 and join us for worship Sunday.

As Samuel listened for God’s call, I hope we have open ears and hearts to respond to God’s call.

Duane Maust

Ivan Betancourt and Sam Balderas are excited to play soccer for Meridian Community College next year.

Calvin Graybill turns 2.

Cohen Scruggs turns 1.

Congratulations to Jon and Nona Romero who are expecting a baby.

Send us your stories and pictures to share.
Let's stay connected.

A greeting and update from Pine Lake Camp:

Do you have announcements to share with Jubilee? 
Please call, text or email Kelsey Luke.


This week actual : $4575 ; budgeted : $3293.89

Year to date actual : $67506 ; budgeted : $68348.29

A service charge of approximately 3% will be deducted
from your donation for using this site. 

If you prefer, you may mail your check to Wayne Gorrow at
2723 31st Street, Meridian, MS 39305.
January 11- Duane Maust


How great is the love the Father has lavished on us,
that we should be called children of God! 
And that is what we are! 

(I John 3:1, NIV)

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