MOSES ENJOYING SUMMER BREAK
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We are a United Methodist Congregation seeking to live out our faith through service, justice, social witness, and striving to be a people of open hearts, open minds, and open doors.
Visit us for worship Sunday mornings at 8:30 or 10:45, or Wednesday evenings at 7. Our Sunday School hour is at 9:30 on Sunday mornings.
Do you know a child who loves frozen yogurt? We have a Vacation Bible School-themed coloring contest with frozen yogurt as a prize. Pick up an entry and return it to the church by August 8. One entry in each age group will receive a gift from Sweet Frog!
August 4-8, 5:30-8 p.m., beginning with a kid-friendly meal. So parents - no rushing home to get supper, and then rushing to church for VBS. We've taken care of supper. After work, pick up the kids, and head to Spruce Street!
For Vacation Bible School, not only can you register your student on the big "Weird Animals" phrase above, but you can also register yourself as a volunteer! Many hands make light work, and now is the time to share your talents. We also have a sign-up sheet in Seekers Hall for necessary supplies, so get your pencil out!
Our nursery is open on Sunday Morning and is available for children ages infant to three years. The Nursery is a fun and safe place for infants and toddlers. Our staff Nursery Coordinator is trained in safety and first aid.*
Children pre-K to grade 5 participate in the worship service until they are excused for Children's Church. They join the congregation and locate their parents before the service is finished; or if the lesson is long, or the worship service is short, the Children's Church leaders will keep them in class until parents and guardians arrive to get their children.*
Our youth group will be up to some wild activities this summer including Messy Olympics on August 17 at 6 p.m. Watch the Sunday Bulletin and your email from Lizzy for information about their turn to serve at the Community Kitchen (Trinity Episcopal at Spruce & Willey Sts.).
Sharing God's Good News is also What We're About
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Are you creative?
Even if you THINK you aren't, if you can hold a marker, use a pair of scissors, or handle a paint brush - and follow directions - we need you! We want to create an environment for our children to learn Bible stories in a fun setting. If you can join us on the decorating team, contact LIzzy, Sarah, or sign up on the VBS web page.
Thursday night from 4 to 7 at the church - bring your cell phone so we can let you inside!
Our United Methodist Women will sell baked goods at the Farmers Market on August 2, and they need our help! Bring baked goods to Seekers Hall before Thursday, July 31, at 2 p.m.
This Saturday morning, stop by the church to support the United Methodist Women who will sell baked goods ad bottled water at the Farmer's Market! Proceeds will fund their ministries.
First Monday each month -
1: 30 p.m. - Heritage Point - Next Lesson: August 4
Lectionary Bible Study based on the readings for the upcoming Sunday worship servic
United Methodist Women's will have a stand at the Farmers Market on the first Saturday of each month this summer - To help them raise money, bring your donations to the church the Thursday before by 2 p.m.
You'll want to reserve your seat at the August 13 United Methodist Men's Steak Fry! Every year the food is delicious, and the people who attend are a lot of fun! Tickets are $15. The Dinner is at Suncrest UM Church's pavillion (just beyond their parking lot). Buy your tickets from one of the UMM members after worship in Seekers Hall.