Sunday, February 17 Activities
Our worship service is at 10:00 AM this Sunday with a time for fellowship and refreshments from 9:00-9:55 AM in the Holy Grounds Cafe
in the dining room. Pastor Paul Arnold's message is titled "Kindness Opens the Heart", and the scripture for the morning is from Titus 3:4-7.
The Children's Sunday School Class will meet during the service from 10:00-11:00 AM in Cartwright Hall with Youth Leader, James Newlan.
Deep Thinkers will have their usual class at 8:30 AM in the Conference Room.
Future events . . .
Annual fundraiser for the United Methodist Women:
Chicken & Noodles Take-Out on Sunday, February 17.
Selling quarts of chicken and noodles for $6 each
before and after the 10:00 AM worship service in the lobby and dining room of the church.
And a luncheon, featuring the delicious chicken & noodles, salad and dessert, will be served in the dining room after the service. All proceeds will go to UMW projects and charities.
Please help support our ladies of the UUMC United Methodist Women!
MARCH 6, 2019
@ 7:00 PM in the Sanctuary
A Lenten Group Study Is Being Offered
"Gospeled" lives are lives that have encountered Jesus Christ. Christ's call leads to a continually unfolding story for each of us. An encounter with the living Christ demands a response, states “Gospeled Lives” author John Indermark. In this Lenten study, we will learn about New Testament characters who encountered Jesus. Some responded with joy and gratitude. Others ignored or rejected his offer of good news. This group study gathering will be held from 8:30 – 9:15 AM, six Sundays beginning March 10 and ending on Palm Sunday, April 14, in Memorial Hall. The study will include daily readings in addition to group reflections and exercises on Sunday mornings during Lent. Books will be available outside the church office in mid-March and are $15 each. Sign up when you get your book or call the church office to reserve your spot. Rather than giving up something, or in addition to giving up something for Lent, please prayerfully consider adding to your Lenten practice this year the study of “Gospeled Lives.”