May 14, 2017
Opening Song / Canción de Apertura
Embracing the Mess
Alabaré Alabaré, alabaré Alabaré A mi Señor. Alabaré, (alabaré) alabaré (alabaré) Alabaré A mi Señor.
Carry On Warrior... is about infidelity— to ourselves and to each other. It's about betrayal and redemption. It's about how everything the world teaches us about femininity and masculinity can make it impossible for people to actually know and love each other. It's about how to survive rock bottom—how to use crisis as a springboard to a truer identity and a better life. It's about parenting our kids through pain. It's about friendship that hurts and friendship that heals. It's about faith that shackles and faith that liberates.
All of the faithful were gathered 'round the table In mind and spirit one in true accord. Many were praying others were saying With joyful hearts, "O come and praise the Lord! Alabaré, alabaré Alabaré A mi Señor. Alabaré, (alabaré) alabaré (alabaré) Alabaré A mi Señor. All were united in joyful celebration All through the night until the morning sun, Dancing and singing, their off 'ring bring-ing To Christ who for us all salvation won. Alabaré, alabaré Alabaré A mi Señor. Alabaré, (alabaré) alabaré (alabaré) Alabaré A mi Señor. We now inherit the joy of the disciples, We sing and dance and offer constant praise. All that we suffer, with joy we offer To God, and God we'll follow all our days.
Join as we explore the The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful Life
Alabaré, alabaré Alabaré A mi Señor. Alabaré, (alabaré) alabaré (alabaré) Alabaré A mi Señor!
Sunday, May 7 Waking Up
by José Pagán and Manuel José Alonso Text and music © 1979 by Ediciones Musical PAX, administered in U.S. by OCP Publications.
Our Community Gathers / Nuestra Communidad Se Reúne
Rev. Vickey Gibbs
Announcements / Anuncios
+ You are invited to rise in body or spirit. / De pie por favor.
Sunday, May 14 Committing Sunday, May 21 Holding On Sunday, May 28 Letting Go
Rite of Membership (11 am)
Angela Whorton Rev. Vickey Gibbs Rev. Troy Treash
Exchange of Peace / Saludo de la Paz
Rev. Vickey Gibbs
Gathering Song / Canción de Reunión All Are Welcome Let us build a house where all are named, Their songs and visions heard And loved and treasured, taught and claimed As words within the Word. Built of tears and cries and laughter, Prayers of faith and songs of grace, Let this house proclaim from floor to rafter: All are welcome, all are welcome, All are welcome in this place. Words and Music by Marty Haugen © 1994 GIA Publications, INC
Contemporary Word / Lectura Contemporanea Carry On, Warrior: The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful Life authored by Glennon Doyle Melton Craig and I began endless talks. We enlisted experts to help us talk to our kids about this and walk us through every possible outcome of making our story public. Then we decided: This story is for the world. Let's use all this pain for good and share what we've learned. Let's do it. Let's offer it up. But it's one thing to decide and another to actually follow through. One: In these human words God’s voice is heard. All: Amen.
Children's Blessing / Benedición de los Ninós (11 am)
Special Music / Música Especial
Duet - Ruthie Irvin, Andrew Valadez Dancers - Zachary Sonnier, Jennifer Gonzales Follow Your Heart by Nashville Cast
Scripture Lesson / Lectura Bíblica
Tomas Turrubiates Luke 9:23-25
As we gather, break bread, and tell stories of hope through prayer, song and ritual in the practice we call "communion," we bear witness that "Life is stronger than death. People can change with God’s help. And God is worthy of our thanks and praise." All are welcome at the table: you do not need to be a member of this or any church to gather as God's children at the table of Life.
Rev. Troy Treash
A brief blessing is offered with bread and unfermented juice, available to all. Glutenfree bread is offered at the far right; Spanish blessing offered at the far left.
If any of you want to be my followers, you must forget about yourself. You must take up your cross each day and follow me. If you want to save your life,[you will destroy it. But if you give up your life for me, you will save it. What will you gain, if you own the whole world but destroy yourself or waste your life? One: This is the word of God for the people of God. All: Thanks be to God. Amen.
Anthem / Selección Musical
Ave Maria by Franz Biebl
Sermon / Sermón
Please honor this time of sacred community with singing, quiet meditation or prayer that we might each receive the spiritual nourishment we seek ...
Embracing the Mess: Committing
Moment of Reflection / Momento de Reflexión
Mark C. Brown
We Offer Ourselves / Nos Ofrecemos
Invitation to Give / Invitación a dar
You may also give by credit or debit card at the Welcome Center Kiosk or by texting GOTLOVE + AMOUNT to 73256.
Offertory / Ofrenda
by Peter Johns
Prayer of Receiving / Oración de Recepcíon
Al reunirnos, partir el pan, y contar historias de esperanza a través de la oración, el canto y el ritual en la práctica que llamamos "comunión", damos testimonio de que "la vida es más fuerte que la muerte. Las personas pueden cambiar con la ayuda de Dios. Y Dios es digno de nuestro agradecimiento y alabanza. "Todos están invitados a la mesa: no es necesario ser miembro de esta iglesia o cualquier reunir como hijos de Dios en la mesa de la Vida. Una breve bendición se ofrece con el pan y el jugo, al alcance de todos. Pan sin gluten se ofrece en el extremo derecho; bendición españoles ofrecen en el extremo izquierdo. Por favor respetar este tiempo de comunidad sagrada con canto, la meditación o la oración silenciosa para que podamos recibir cada uno el alimento espiritual que buscamos.
Communion / Comunión
Rev. Denise Junious Rev. Vickey Gibbs Rev. Troy Treash
Communion Songs / Cantos de Comunión Come, Lord Jesus, Come
by Jerry D. Hamblen and Larry A. Hamblen
Without Seeing You by David Haas
Fill My Cup Lord by Richard Blanchard
Prayer of Thanksgiving / Acción de Gracias
Rev. Vickey Gibbs
+ Closing Song / Canto de Salida Chain Breaker If you’ve got pain, God’s a pain taker, If you feel lost God’s a way maker, If you need freedom or saving God’s a prison-shaking Savior, If you’ve got chains God’s a chain breaker If you’ve got pain, God’s a pain taker, If you feel lost God’s a way maker, If you need freedom or saving God’s a prison-shaking Savior, If you’ve got chains God’s a chain breaker If you believe it, If you receive it If you can feel it, Somebody testify If you believe it, If you receive it If you can feel it, Somebody testify, testify If you believe it, If you receive it If you can feel it, Somebody testify If you’ve got pain, God’s a pain taker If you feel lost, God’s a way maker If you need freedom or saving God’s a prison-shaking Savior If you’ve got chains, God’s a chain breaker If you need freedom or saving God’s a prison-shaking Savior If you’ve got chains, God’s a chain breaker. by Jonathan Smith, Mia Fieldes, and Zach Williams 2015 © Anthems of Hope (Admin. by Essential Music Publishing LLC), Be Essential Songs (Admin. by Essential Music Publishing LLC), Not Just Another Song Publishing (Admin. by Essential Music Publishin, CCLI# 7060031
+ Benediction / Bendición
Rev. Troy Treash
+ Postlude / Postludio 4
Executive Team Rev. Troy Treash
Senior Pastor [email protected]
Rev. Vickey Gibbs
Associate Pastor [email protected]
Mark C. Brown
Director of Worship Arts [email protected]
Director of Operations [email protected]
Director of Communications [email protected]
Director of Connections [email protected]
Professional Stipend & Volunteers Alan Cunningham Audio Engineer
Organist & Accompanist
Gospel Ensemble Pianist
Children's Coordinator [email protected]
Georgette L. Monaghan Usher Coordinator
Graphic Designer & Teen Coordinator [email protected]
Sanctuary Choir Director [email protected]
Altar Ministries Coordinator
Gospel Ensemble Director [email protected]
Worship | Sunday, 9 & 11 am Children & Youth Worship | Sunday, 11 am Nursery | Sunday, 9 & 11 am ResurrectionMCC
2025 West 11th St, Houston, Texas 77008 www.ResurrectionMCC.org 713-861-9149
If you are attending Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church for the first time, we are glad to have you here! We invite you to join us each week as we worship God and learn more about Christian living in an inclusive way. All are welcome. Make sure to visit the Concierge Desk, located in our Welcome Area, to receive a gift from us. You will find friendly volunteer hosts waiting to greet you.
Resurrection MCC is proud to offer variety in our worship services. Our two Sunday services, at 9 & 11 am, are identical in form, however they contain different elements from diverse religious traditions each week.
A Special Welcome to First-Time Families!
Our nursery staff would love to meet you and your infants & children aged one month through three years! The nursery is located to the right of the Sanctuary entrance and is open during both the 9 & 11 am services. Children and youth aged 4 - 12 years are invited to join our Youth Ministries Program during the 11 am service in the Activities Building (located across the breezeway from our Sanctuary building). During the 11 am Worship service, children will be invited to the front of the Sanctuary for a brief blessing, and volunteers will then escort them to the Activities Building.
Resurrection MCC is a Christian church that follows God's call to justice for all people. We build on a rich history of social justice for, and on behalf of, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people. Since its founding in 1968, Metropolitan Community Churches have been at the vanguard of civil and human rights movements as an international advocate for vulnerable people in places where religious orthodoxy, sexism, transphobia and homophobia can result in violence and death. MCC has been on the forefront in the struggle towards marriage equality in the US and other countries worldwide and continues to be a powerful voice in the LGBTQ equality movement. MCC’s ministry reaches over 43,000 members in over 250 churches in 22 countries worldwide. Metropolitan Community Churches are on a bold mission to transform hearts, lives, and history. We are a movement that faithfully proclaims God's inclusive love for all people and proudly bears witness to the holy integration of spirituality and sexuality. Because of our faith we are called to: do justice, show kindness, and live humbly with God (Micah 6:8); explore life's questions with open hearts and minds; raise our voices in sacred defiance against exclusion, whether religious, political or systemic; reach out to those with no hope; equip new generations of remarkable, far-reaching spiritual activists. Our MISSION is to demonstrate God’s unconditional love to all people through Christ-like action. Our VISION is to boldly experience, engage, and embody our faith to transform ourselves and the world into the full expression of Christ’s inclusive love. At Resurrection MCC, every member and friend is a minister of the church. We envision a Christian community that values diversity and is as diverse and all-encompassing as creation. Through salvation, service, study, and tithing, each member and friend will live and grow in faith and be spiritually fed.
INCLUSION Love is our greatest moral value. Inclusion is a primary focus of our ministry. We believe that all people, as they are and where they are, should be welcomed at God’s table. COMMUNITY Our deep desire is to offer a safe and open community for people to worship, learn, share, and grow in their faith. We are committed to equipping ourselves and each other to do the work that God has called us to do in the world. SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION A message of liberation guides our ministry. We believe that when people are invited to experience God through the life and ministry of Christ, lives are transformed. JUSTICE We are committed to uplifting all people and standing with those who suffer under the weight of oppressive systems. We are guided by our commitment to global human rights. 5
EMBRACING YOUR BEAUTIFUL, MESSY LIFE
FRIDAY • 8 pm - 11 pm
MAY 17, 24
Hobby Center Sarofim Hall, 800 Bagby St, Houston 77002
Glennon Doyle Melton’s hilarious and poignant reflections on our universal (yet often secret) experiences have inspired a social movement by reminding us that we’re not alone. In Carry On, Warrior, Melton’s writing invites us to believe in ourselves, to be brave and kind, to let go of the idea of perfection, and to stop making parenting,marriage, and friendship harder by pretending they’re not hard. We’ll learn we can build better lives in our hearts, homes, and communities.
One of the most groundbreaking musicals to hit Broadway, Fun Home is the winner of five Tony Awards including Best Musical. The musical is based on the 2006 graphic memoir by Alison Bechdel entitled Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic. The story concerns Bechdel’s discovery of her own sexuality, her relationship with her gay father, and her attempts to unlock the mysteries surrounding his life. It is the first Broadway musical with a lesbian protagonist. Buy tickets at www.tuts.com/perks and enter GOTLOVE.
7 - 8:30 pm • Gathering Place
9 am - 1 pm • Gathering Place
11:30 am - 1:30 pm • Gathering Place
During All Church Work Days, we get together to love on, clean up, organize, and maintain our church. Join us at 9 am in the Welcome Area to choose an indoor or outdoor project. Lunch and laughs will be held in the Gathering Place from Noon - 1 pm.
Join us for a presentation by Glenda Clerc on Senior Living 101 (what you need to know when moving into a senior community). Bring your favorite covered dish. Make new friends and enjoy games, crafts, great conversation, food, fellowship, and just plain fun.
May 21, 28 & June 4, 11
1 - 2:30 pm • Chapel
Grace is the church’s great distinctive. It’s the one thing the world cannot duplicate and is the one thing it craves above all else -- for only grace can bring hope and transformation to a jaded world. In What’s So Amazing About Grace?, Philip Yancey explores grace at street level. If grace is God’s love for the undeserving, he asks, then what does it look like in action? And how are we doing at lavishing grace on a world that knows far more of cruelty and unforgiveness than it does of mercy?
Join us between services for this congregational update. We'll provide updates on our Finances and our Strategic Plan.
SUNDAY, MAY 21 10:00 am - 10:45 am Sanctuary
MCC Network Gathering "A New State of Mind"
JUNE 2 4 Joshua Generation MCC, 4906 Old
SUNDAY, MAY 21
Hwy 11, Hattiesburg, MS 39402
1 - 2:30 pm • Gathering Place Active shooter events are unpredictable, motives are different, and warning signs may vary. Still, there are several things citizens can do to increase chances of safety and survival. Join Officer Sam for this interactive and informative workshop on ways to keep yourself and your loved ones safe in the event of an active shooter.
Presentations by Interim Moderator Rev. Elder Rachelle Brown, including a Q&A Session. Rev. Lisa Heilig discussing revitalization efforts within MCC. Rev. Sarah Seals presenting “Feeding the Homeless: It’s not what you think.” Jace & Jena Pierce presenting “Transitioning Together.” LGBTQ panel discussion and more. $25 pre-registration at www.ResurrectionMCC.org/mccng.
Rainbow Families Seminar
SIGHT-READING / SIGHT-SINGING 101
Presented by The Family Tree Collaborative
JUNE 6 - AUGUST 15
Please join us for a presentation and discussion on Foster Care, Foster to Adopt, CPS Adoptions, Private Adoptions, Fertility Planning, and Legal Considerations for Parents. Light refreshments will be served.
This 10-week course is designed for beginners and above who have a desire to read music. You’ll learn the basics of reading music, singing notes, and rhythms in a safe space where all can participate without judgement. This class will be taught by Steven Shannon. If you would like to enhance your current skills, come knowing that we will start at the very beginning. After all, “it’s a very good place to start.” Class size is limited. Registration fee is $20. Pre-registration required at www.ResurrectionMCC. org/sight101.
6:00 - 6:50 pm • Music Room
1 - 3 pm • Gathering Place
The Family Tree Collaborative is a group of professionals that provide family planning information to the public. Their goal is to provide information on the wide range of options for those who are seeking to create or expand their families. [email protected]
FRIDAY NIGHT OUT
Good Christian Sex: Why Chastity Isn't the Only Option - And Other Things the Bible Says About Sex
FRIDAY • 7 - 9 pm
JUNE 7 - JULY 22
Michael Eskue's Residence
7 - 8:30 pm • Gathering Place
1533 Nichole Woods Dr. Houston, TX 77047
We’ll move beyond the deep-seated cultural feelings of shame that have long fueled the conflict between Christianity and sex -- and the belief that there is only one right and valid way to practice one’s sexuality -- using enlightening stories and examples from theology to show how sex is powerful and holy. Christians have been told to adhere to one singular path when it comes to sex: abstinence and purity. Yet this limited focus ignores the reality that people’s sexual and romantic lives differ widely.
Join us for another Friday evening filled with food, fun and friends. Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. Feel free to bring other beverages to share. To help ensure that we have adequate seating, we ask that you please RSVP and let us know if you will be attending. As always, friends and family (including children) are welcome!
Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself by Michael A. Singer
MEETING JUNE 12
6:30 - 8 pm • Conference Room
6:15 - 7:30 pm • Workroom
Book clubs have become a popular way for readers to discuss books in an informal setting. Join us as we dive in and discuss a different book each month. Books available in Inspirations bookstore.
The Campus Care Team is responsible for assessing the ever-changing conditions on our campus and grounds. We meet monthly to plan and execute much needed maintenance projects in and around our church home. All are welcome to attend this meeting and see if this ministry is a fit for your Spirit! Dinner served at 6:15 pm
1 - 2:30 pm • Gathering Place
6:30 -10 pm • Activities Building Get your daubers ready for a fun night of bingo! We will play 10 games of bingo for $20. Food, soft drinks, beer, and wine will be available for purchase. Play bingo and win prizes! Show your pride, have fun, and support Resurrection MCC. Doors open at 6 pm and bingo begins at 6:30 pm. Hosted by our YAASS (Young Adults) Ministry.
Liberation Theology (a movement that sprang from late 20th-century Roman Catholicism and has found a particularly welcoming environment in Latin America)holds that the church must stand on the side of the impoverished and the downtrodden, and that it must, if necessary, support the overthrow of social systems that contribute to their oppression. Theologies of liberation have developed in other parts of the world as well as for women.
LA CASA DE TODOS GRUPO DE ESTUDIO BÍBLICO (SPANISH BIBLE STUDY)
SATURDAY, JUNE 24 • Noon - 7 pm
7 - 8:30 pm • Capilla
Booth Hosts needed to provide a friendly smile, hand out On the Journe" magazines, and answer questions to festival attendees. To volunteer for a shift (11 am 1 pm, 1 - 3 pm, 3 - 5 pm, 5 - 7 pm), email [email protected]
ResurrectionMCC.org. This opportunity is perfect for outgoing individuals and is a fun way to be a "face" of Resurrection MCC in the community. Our booth will proclaim God's inclusive love for all people with a special outreach (like Jesus) to those on the margins.
¿Te gustaría conocer más sobre la Biblia? ¿Quieres conocer el mensaje de Dios para tu vida? ¿Sabes que Dios te ama, sin importar a quién ames? El propósito será que por medio de clases dinámicas y prácticas podamos llegar al conocimiento de las verdades espirituales de una manera sencilla, para poder entender, practicar y vivir en la conciencia de que Dios nos ama y no rechaza a nadie por su orientación o por ser diferentes. Buscamos llegar a la comunidad TLGBQ+ Latina, para ir formando una comunidad de fe que responda a sus necesidades y en su propio idioma.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24 • 8:30 pm
We will be featuring the diversity of our families and our congregation on our float and be surrounded by Walkers and Dancers spreading God's unconditional love throughout downtown. Walkers need the ability to walk (or dance) approximately 1.5 miles in hot, humid conditions.
Email [email protected]
if you would like to participate in our Parade Entry as a Walker. Family and friends are welcome to walk with us. They need not attend Resurrection MCC. Walking in the parade is a powerful, fun, and courageous demonstration of each person's unique identity.
Miss Your Face in This Place
"Got Love" T-Shirt or whatever fabulous outfit conveys your unique God-given Spirit.
As ministers of Resurrection MCC, we have an exciting new way to reach out to those you have been missing in Worship. Located in the Sanctuary, there is a wooden box with cards and pens that you can use to write down the name of someone you haven't seen in a few weeks. Then, we'll send an email to let them know they are missed. We'll even include a brief message, if you'd like. Thank you for helping to demonstrate God's love.
Volunteers are needed on Saturday morning to help assemble the float in preparation to safely transport our partcipants, as well as to decorate it and make it fabulous. Other volunteers are needed on Sunday afternoon to help disassemble the float and prepare the rental flatbed truck for return.
QUESTIONS & VOLUNTEER [email protected]
FOOD PANTRY CONNECTIONS May: Cans of Corn, Green Beans, Peas
Instructors Alternate Weekly: Darrin Brindle, Robin Mack, and Special Guests
Our Food Pantry, operated by Pride Charities, is in need of unexpired food donations every Sunday. Please consider bringing a few items on Sunday and placing them in the shopping basket located in the Welcome Center. You may make a cash donation by writing your check to "Pride Charities" and placing it in the Sunday offering plate. Financial donations are also accepted online at www.Pride-Charities.org. Your continued generosity provides life-sustaining nourishment to the families we serve. Volunteers are needed to help with food distribution. If you would like to sign up to volunteer once a month, please email [email protected]
7 - 8 pm | Activities Building Please bring water and towel. Yoga mats available to borrow. Beginner to Intermediate skill levels.
Details & RSVP: [email protected]
Celebrating Your Birthday!
IN.formation is a peer led support group focused on creating a gender inclusive community for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals, spouses and partners.
We would like to send you birthday greetings on your special day so please take a moment to complete your profile in ACS so that we are able to celebrate your birthday with you. It is easy to do. Just go to our Web site at www.ResurrectionMCC.org click on the "My Journey" logo and create or update your profile.
Support Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Monday from 7:00 to 8:30 pm 7:00 pm to 7:45 pm Transgender/GNC Support 7:00 pm to 7:45 pm Spouses and Partners Support 7:45 pm to 8:30 pm Both groups meet together
For YTD Ended May 7, 2017
General Fund Giving Report Anticipated $267,953.82 $14,500.00 $69,653.00 $352,106.82
Actual $252.816.13 $12,240.00 $61,757.80
45th Anniversary Fundraising Variance
Attendance Worship Programming Total Weekly Attendance
Week Ended 372 233 605
YTD Average 390 386 776
General Offerings *Fundraising Events/Leases Total Income Variance
Ministry Plan Need is the weekly amount needed per the budget approved by the congregation to achieve our 2016 ministry plan goals and strategic growth initiatives.
* In 2017, the anticipated fundraising amount will be adjusted according to the actual dates when the fundraising events occur.
This Week @ ResurrectionMCC.org
This schedule lists open offerings for which all are invited to participate. This is not a comprehensive list of all events on campus.
SUNDAY 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:15 am 11:00 am 11:00 am 12:15 am 12:30 am 1:30 pm 7:00 pm
Worship Service Sanctuary HIV/STD Testing Gathering Place Coffee Talk Gathering Place Worship Service Sanctuary Generation Faith Teens Activities Building Coffee Talk Gathering Place Brunch Buddies Welcome Center Devotion in Motion Sanctuary The Mankind Project Support Chapel
MONDAY 6:30 pm
TUESDAY 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm
Gospel Ensemble Rehearsal Music Room Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal Sanctuary Narcotics Anonymous 12-Step Meeting Chapel Yoga Activities Building
11:30 am 6:30 pm 7:00 pm
SATURDAY OFFICE CLOSED
All Church Work Day Welcome Center Overeaters Anonymous 12-Step Meeting Chapel Joy of Djembe Drumming Activities Building
After Worship Gathering Place
Coffee Talk is an opportunity to make friends over conversation and breakfast snacks every Sunday! We hope you will find this as a great way to meet new friends and reconnect with those you already know. We are in need of finger foods each Sunday. Please consider bringing and sharing your favorite sweet or savory dish at Coffee Talk. Contact [email protected]
with questions or offerings.
Acting 101 Music Room Book Club Conference Room Depression Bipolar Support Group Gathering Place YAASS Covenant Bible Study Work Room Grupo de Estudio Biblico Chapel
9:00 am 10:05 am 10:15 am 11:00 am 11:00 am 12:15 am 12:30 am 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:30 pm
OWLS Social Gathering Place Overeaters Anonymous 12-Step Meeting Chapel Embracing Your Your Messy, Beautiful Life Gathering Place
9:00 am 9:30 am 1:00 pm
6:00 pm 6:30 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm
Worship Service Sanctuary Town Hall Meeting Sanctuary Coffee Talk Gathering Place Worship Service Sanctuary Generation Faith Teens Activities Building Coffee Talk Gathering Place Brunch Buddies Welcome Center What's So Amazing About Grace? Chapel Active Shooter Training Gathering Place Devotion in Motion Sanctuary
NEXT WEEK: IHOP
BUDDIES TODAY • 12:30 PM TAQUERIAS ARANDAS #3
920 N Shepherd Dr, Houston, 77008, taqueriasarandas.com • 713-426-0804 Join us at a nearby restaurant every Sunday. The restaurant name and address will be printed in this location in the bulletin each week. Whether you're a long-time congregant or a first-time visitor, consider yourself invited to become a Brunch Buddy! Hosts: Larry Lopez and Bill Schwaiger [email protected]