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The Bridge The Newsletter of the Chesapeake City United Methodist Charge December 2013/January 2014 We are a Community called to Invite people to Jesus Christ, Grow Disciples of Jesus Christ and Show the love of Jesus Christ.

Youth Group/Preschool…….....….page 2 CCEA/Food Pantry/Missions…...…...…….....page 3

ANSWER: Rejoice, give thanks, and sing. QUESTION: What to do for Christmas this year?

May the Lord’s light brighten your day, and may His love fill your heart with joy.

Rejoice: The Light of the World has come to light up your life. To celebrate Christmas means to celebrate not only the fact that God sent His Son into the world, but to celebrate God’s Son, Jesus, coming into our world - our life - with God’s love and light. “You Light Up My Life” is a reality every day when you ask Christ into your life. At Christmas, that light burns so much brighter as we rejoice in the gift of God, His Son, Jesus Christ, and the difference He has made in our life.

Give Thanks: Give thanks for all of your blessings. God blesses us in so many ways. We are blessed by God in order to be a blessing to others. Christmas is a time to give thanks for the difference that Jesus has made in our life throughout the year. After receiving Him, Jesus wants us to make a difference in someone’s life in His name. Sort of “re-gifting.” Give thanks for family and friends and our church family that loves and cares for one another.

Studies and Groups/Sunday School ...........page 4 Christmas events/Poinsettia orders…….…..page 5 Prayer Shawl Ministry/Living Nativity….....page 6 Financial Update/Ad Council Minutes…………page 7 Serving the Lord in December..…………......page 8 Serving the Lord in January….…………......page 9 December calendar…..….......……………...page 10 January calendar…...…........……………….page11 Christmas Eve Worship……………..…..back cover

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The Chesapeake City United Methodist Charge 450 Third Street, Chesapeake City, MD Pastor Mark J. Avens, 410-398-8003 E-Mail: office@chesapeakecityumc.com Web: www.chesapeakecityumc.com Phone: 410-885-5641

January 15th

Editor: Jenifer Dolde Phone: 410-275 8901 E-mail: jeniferdolde@gmail.com


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Beth Ohline, Preschool Director

Christmas Bazaar is A Blessing This year’s Christmas Bazaar was a wonderful success. The funds raised will help to support multiple youth ministries throughout the year, including Sunday School, scholarships for the Preschool, youth group activities, the Generation Station and the Camp Pecometh Campership fund. Due to the giving heart of our church family and many community members, we raised over $4400. Praise God and thank you to all. Each year as we prepare for and work at the bazaar we are reminded of the true blessings the event offers which go well beyond the financial benefits. It is the fellowship and how we allow the light of Christ to shine through us for all to see. Whether you donated items or worked the event, you each showed our youth how a loving church family is called to help, share and love each other. We had many young people from our Sunday School, youth group, scouting groups and the Generation Station working right along side of the adults. In addition we had tremendous support from many local merchants that willingly donate items to us. We always send them a note of thanks for the help and we wanted you to be aware of these establishments or individuals that helped. So a special prayer of thanks to the following donors: Mr. Ralph Young (antique trunk) Serenity Spa Bakers Restaurant Apo’s Pizza Joan Alexander (therapeutic massage) Brantwood Deli Elkton Golf and Batting Cages

The Hair Cuttery DaVinci Skin Care Center Furnace Bay Golf Club Ruby Tuesdays Cracker Barrel Happy Nails Estes Hair Care The Granary Restaurant The Olive Garden

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Sing: “I sing because I’m happy. I sing because I’m free. For His eye is on the sparrow, and I know He watches me.” Christmas is a time for singing Christmas Carols, especially on Christmas Eve. We sing Silent Night with our candles lit, each with their own glow. Glowing and going with the Light of Christ from church into the night – into the world to bring God’s Love and Light to the dark places of this world. So…Rejoice, give thanks and sing at Christmas, New Year’s and all the year through. Shine in your life so people may see your good deeds and praise your Heavenly Father. In God’s Great Love, Pastor Mark

Merry Christmas! As I write this we are preparing for the bazaar, Thanksgiving is coming and Advent is right behind. It is a time when we say “thank you” for all that we have and then quiet our hearts to prepare for the coming of Christ. So in honor of this time of year, I want to say “thank you” to all our preschool families for sharing your children with us three days a week, “thank you” to ‘Grandma’ Edna who volunteers every Tuesday, “thank you” to our amazing staff who teaches our friends with love and kindness every day, and “thank you” to this congregation who provides us a space and your unending support. As we enter Advent and prepare ourselves for Christmas I pray that you take some time from the craziness and reflect on the greatest gift we have received from God: his Son. Merry Christmas! ~Beth

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BASKET Greetings from the Food Pantry! By the time you read this, you will have had a bounteous Thanksgiving feast and enjoyed the glow of communion with family and friends. We are well prepared and looking forward to the Thanksgiving season, also. Our “turkey drive” will enable us to provide turkeys to our patrons for Thanksgiving and hopefully also for Christmas. They have been a wonderful holiday surprise for those we serve. Thanks to all who contributed even though it was short notice! We held our annual “Fill-A-Truck” on November 9, 2013 at the Redner’s Food Market in Elkton, MD. We collected 502 pounds of canned and dry goods and thirteen coats. Our thanks to the McKeowns of Locust Point Flowers for providing the box truck to load and transport our donations. Thanks, to the Bogans, Tina Presnell, Frank Vari, John Homan, John Viars, Celestine and Lorenzo Hall, Gail Messimer and the kids from (continued on next page)


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Chesapeake City Ecumenical Association Eileen Viars, President UPCOMING EVENTS CCEA Caroling in Pell Garden: December 7, 14 and 21 from 5-6 pm. Visit Santa, Cookies and Chocolate on sale: December 7, 14 and 21 at the Chesapeake City Museum. Toy Sale/Give away: Date to be announced. CCEA Complex, 227 Basil Avenue. Watch the CCEA website for details: www.ccea4u.com FREE Clothing Closet: The CCEA has been blessed with the abundance of clothing. Stop by the CCEA Complex and shop for free! Tuesday and Wednesdays, 9 a.m.12 p.m. BITS FROM THE BASKET (continued from previous page)

Generation Station for manning the table and handing out lists of Pantry needs. Redner’s Market allows us to use their parking lot and store vestibule to promote our food drive., which is much appreciated! Chesapeake City Elementary School and the Bohemia Manor Middle School are also collecting canned and dry goods for our Pantry. It is a wonderful community service and learning experience for the kids to provide for those less fortunate. We will also be receiving donations from some local businesses and public entities. We should be well prepared for the holiday season. The pantry has served thirty-seven patrons from October 1, 2013 to November 12, 2013. Although we are currently well stocked, it does not take long to deplete what we have, particularly with the holidays. At this time of year, the small gift cards ($10 or less) help provide those fresh items we cannot hold in the Food Pantry. As you prepare for your holiday, please continue to remember those who struggle daily for their basic needs. Thank you for your continuing support and Happy Holidays! Blessings! Diane Newton, Food Pantry Manager

Victoria Foraker, Chair

Rotating Homeless Shelter @ Trinity, December 2-9, 2013 Last-minute volunteers still may be needed. Contact: Gary Cochran (410-885-2709); Tom Duffy (410-3924430); Joyce Stansfield (410-885-2227); Michelle Wheeler (302-668-6745) WHERE CAN YOU SERVE? The Mission Statement of our Church is: To make disciples by inviting, developing, and sending people in the name of Jesus Christ through a worshipping, nurturing, and teaching fellowship. We are sent as a way to invite people to experience the love of Christ through our service. Personal relationship is the most transforming kind of service. Where can you serve? We often think of missions as going off to help others in areas outside of our community, such as the mission trips going to Appalachia and Costa Rica. But there are many local ways to serve. People are so busy these days with family, home, and work that they don’t think they have the time to “devote” to a mission. Many of the ministries we have serving the local area don’t require a large commitment of time and give back so much. Where can you serve? We have a different mission for each month. Please review the list and perhaps come up with additional ideas. Contact the chairperson and volunteer! January: Generation Station – Jodi Shitama Prayer Shawl – Victoria Foraker February: PreSchool – Beth Ohline March: Mary Randall Center – Joyce Stansfield April: Kanal Kitchen – Mikki Senn Equal Exchange – Doug Senn May: What’s in a Dresser – Dave Niner June: Vacation Bible School – Tina Presnell July: School Supply/Book Bag drive – Gina Troy/Tina Presnell August: Clairveaux Farms – Chairperson to be determined September: CCEA—Offering for the needy/ Tina Presnell Food Pantry/Diane Newton October: Bud McKee Room & Camper scholarships for Camp Pecometh – Monty Carlisle November: Rotating Shelter – Joyce Stansfield December: Memorial Tree – Gwenn Barteld Angel Tree – Tina Presnell Coat Drive – Dave Niner

**The Missions committee is in need of a chairperson as my term is up. Reflect on the above list and pray about where you can serve.**


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Studies and groups Bible Study with Pastor Mark: Be a part of Pastor Mark’s sermon writing by exploring the coming week’s scripture. Wednesday mornings, Trinity 10:30 am. CCEA STUDY, A "New" New Testament: Study will take a break over the holidays and resume in January. Watch for start date. Wednesdays, 6:00 to 7:00 pm. Led by Deb Forsythe at the CCEA Complex (St. Basils), 227 Basil Avenue, Chesapeake City. Fearless: Imagine Your Life without Fear: Taking a break but resuming January 7, 2014. Tuesdays, at 10 a.m. Led by Kathy Moran at the home of Mary Meadows, 29 North Road, Chesapeake City. Crafting: Taking a break until January, when we will begin meeting again once or twice a month at Town Point, 2nd and 4th Mondays, 7 p.m. Led by Debbie Gimmy. Watch for an announcement. WE NEED YOUR OLD CHRISTMAS CARDS! Debbie Gimmy is collecting the fronts of used Christmas cards or unwanted new Christmas cards for crafting. Men’s Dinner: Next dinner Monday, December 16, and January 20, 2014, 6:30-8 p.m., Trinity Fellowship Hall. If you are interested in leading a class please contact Pastor Mark, the church office or Sandy McCaa at 302834-0762 or sandymccaa46@yahoo.com

Christmas December 15th The Sunday School Christmas Play, "Christmas: FAQ," will be performed on December 15th. We are planning on performing the play at both services. Our Sunday School program "The Bethlehem Store" will run through December 15th. Each child aged 3-10 will have the opportunity to earn Bethlehem Bucks to save for purchases at the store. They will earn these rewards in class for: Attendance at Sunday school, bringing a friend, answering questions, bringing in their own Bible, and many more options. On December 15th, we will open the store in between services (while we take a break from the play) so children can spend their hard earned Bethlehem Bucks!

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December 2013/January 2014 Yoga Classes – Renew your Body & Spirit for Spring

In the US, yoga has come to mean fitness. Traditional yoga offers much more. It encompasses the physical, emotional, and spiritual. It puts you in touch with your inner strength. Physically, it increases energy, flexibility, and muscle strength. It can help control blood pressure and improve sleep. Emotionally, yoga balances hormones, relieving stress and depression. Spiritually, yoga improves and deepens your relationship to the world bringing you closer to your inner self and to the Spirit. We will have class on Wednesday from 4:45-5:45 starting in January. Cost will be $35 for a 6-class card and it expires 2 months after purchase. Drop-in class is $7. I will tithe to the church. We need at least 8 people to make the class a go. Please contact Victoria Foraker @ 410-885-5086 to let me know if you are interested. You are never too old to try yoga and the practice is for men and women with all levels of ability. Come have some fun!

Girl Scouts Offer Parents’ Night Out & Gift Wrapping Girl Scout Troop 1180 will be offering a “Parents night out” Friday December 13th from 6-10pm at Trinity UMC in the fellowship hall. We have girls in the 7th & 8th grade that will be offering this service to earn money to go on scouting trips and earn special badges. Most girls have earned their First Aide and Babysitting badges. Leaders are CPR/First Aide certified. We will also be offering “gift wrapping” services during this timeframe. Babysitting is $5.00 an hour for the first child and $3.00 an hr for each additional child (families only). Ages 3mo – 12 years are welcome. Gift wrapping costs will vary based on sizes of package(s)… If you want to sign up in advance or have questions, please contact leaders: Lisa Malin or Debbie Gimmy.


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A Dickens of A Christmas Tour

December 2013/January 2014

Remember Loved Ones with the Memorial Tree

Saturday, December 7th 5-7 p.m. Trinity Sanctuary The contemporary worship band will play during the tour and light refreshments will be served in conjunction with town-wide event.

Candlelight Tour Saturday, December 14th 5-7 p.m. Trinity Sanctuary

This Advent season, we will have the Memorial Tree once again. A donation of $2.00 is recommended for each light, which will be lighted in memory of loved ones. Information will be available in a basket by the tree in the prayer/ bride’s room.

Luminaries may be purchased “In Honor of” or “In Memory of” loved ones from Tina Presnell for $2 (until Dec. 7th) for the CCEA/Generation Station and will be displayed for the town-wide Tour. *Food donations and help needed for both events (cookies, apple juice, hot chocolate) Contact Tina Presnell

Christmas Poinsettias Poinsettias for the Trinity Sanctuary may be given “in memory of” or “in honor of” someone special. We are selling 6-inch, red poinsettias for only $9.00 each (that’s $1.00 off of the 2012 sale price!). Place this order sheet, along with the total amount due, in the offering. We accept cash or a personal check made out to “CCUMC”. For your convenience, you may, also, place your order and payment in the deposit slot located just outside the Church Office. If you have questions, please contact Mikki Senn. Orders due not later than Sunday, December15th. #

“In Memory of...” or “In Honor of...”

Given to:

Given by:

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December 2013/January 2014 PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY

Chesapeake City UMC has been a faithful supporter of the Generation Station Youth Center (GSYC) since 1999. The GSYC provides a safe place for Bohemia Manor Middle and High school students with homework help, instruction, character-building activities and recreation to help them grow into responsible young adults. This November, eight GSYC students returned the favor by helping CCUMC at its annual Christmas Bazaar. CCUMC will provide a portion of the proceeds from the Bazaar to the GSYC. Students helped with set-up on Friday evening, helped with staffing the plant sale and jewelry tables, kitchen work and clean-up after the event. Their help at the Bazaar is just one more sign of the CCUMC/GSYC partnership. GSYC students have long assisted when CCUMC has hosted the rotating homeless shelter. The GSYC also provides regular use of their van to Kanal Kitchen and for CCUMC youth group activities. CCUMC is no longer able to help the GSYC financially though missions giving in its annual budget. However, individual church members are encouraged to consider giving to the GSYC through their own personal missions giving. This coming January is GSYC month for CCUMC’s mission emphasis. Your prayerful consideration of a one-time or ongoing gift can strengthen our common ministry to the youth of Southern Cecil County.

I was inspired to begin this ministry as I knit my first prayer shawl for a friend who was going through a rough time with chemotherapy. I thought back to my own experience, which thanks to many prayers was “easy,” and how I would have liked one wrapping me in comfort and prayers. As I knit the shawl, I envisioned the loving arms of Jesus holding her close. Shawls can be knitted, crocheted, quilted, or woven. The creation of the shawl begins with prayers for the recipient. Intentions are continued throughout the creation of the shawl. Recipients of prayer or peace shawls can be anyone – those going through medical procedures; as a comfort after a loss; during bereavement; for prayer or meditation; marriage ceremonies; birthing; as a bridal or baby shower gift; during an illness and recovery… There are endless possibilities! How can you participate in this important ministry? If you are a knitter, crocheter, or quilter, you can make and donate a shawl or lap blanket. If you don’t know how and want to learn – give me a call and I will find a teacher for you! The patterns are simple and great for beginners. You can contribute some yarn – we find Lion Brand “Homespun” makes wonderfully soft and comforting pieces; we need 3-4 skeins. Pick your favorite color! Or, a financial contribution for yarn is always appreciated. My hope is that we could meet for about 2 hours once a month, knitting and praying together. If you are interested in participating in this ministry, contact Victoria Foraker @ 410.885.5086.

Monday, Dec 23rd 6:00 – 8:00 PM Zion United Methodist Church – Cecilton Free * Refreshments Provided * Great family event * Join us!

Real people … real animals … the real meaning of Christmas!


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FINANCIAL UPDATE—December 2013 November Offering: $11,781

Monthly Budget: $19,100

As you can see from the attached chart, giving was down in October. We have paid 5 out of 10 apportionments. By not funding our apportionments, it impacts the ability of the Methodist Church and UMCOR to respond to tragedies such as the typhoon flooding in the Philippines. Please remember, our agreed-upon process is that ALL expenditures need to be approved by the Finance Committee and Administrative Council. Even though there may be a line item in the budget, we need to approve all expenditures due to our financial situation.

Administrative Council Minutes—November 19, 2013 Members Present: Victoria Foraker, Gwenn Barteld, Marian Harvey, Tina Presnell, Chris Dougherty, Todd Harvey, Linda Schnatz Gwenn opened the meeting with a prayer. Minutes: Marian made a motion to accept the minutes and Tina seconded. The motion passed. SPRC: Michelle Bostwick and Tina Presnell are co-wedding coordinators. The Jacob’s Well band is going well. Rita White has agreed to play for the traditional service. Sunday School: The Sunday School teachers are meeting November 20. The hayride went well. The Christmas Pageant is December 15 at both services. At 10 am the children will redeem their” bucks.” Caring: Boxes were assembled for college students. The youth will be caroling for shut-ins. There will be a mentoring program pairing new members with a seasoned member. Trustees: Re-chartered the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts. Voted to put stick-on lights in the memorial cabinet. The old pantry room will be used for choir robes and music and a coat rack for winter coats if needed. Also keeping the alter flowers in there. Voted to replace all the existing wax candles at the altar with refillable liquid candles. Missions: A new chairperson is needed. A mission for each month is already in place. Youth: The bazaar plans are going well. Outreach: Plans for the December 14 candlelight tour are going well. Small Groups: Victoria Foraker plans to start a Yoga class in January depending on the response. She needs 8 people to make it a go. The “Fearless” study led by Kathy Moran at Mary Meadows will resume on Tuesday, January 7. The crafting group led by Debbie Gimmy will resume in January. “A New New Testament” led by Deb Forsythe will take a break until mid-January. There is an issue with the keys and with the outside light. CCEA: Diane Newton will be accepting turkeys at both services. Finance: Donations were down. Five out 10 apportionments have been paid. Check with finance (Monty Carlisle) before spending money. Conserve when possible. Worship: Plans for hanging of the greens are going well. Families for lighting the advent candle are needed. There was a question about who is responsible for ushers, lay reader, acolytes, and offertory prayer. Gwenn ended the meeting with a prayer. Linda Schnatz, Secretary


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December Servants Serving the Lord At Traditional Worship, 9 a.m. Lay Reader: Offertory Prayer: Acolyte

December 1, 2013 December 8, 2013 Barbara Lort Beth Ohline Communion Todd Harvey T. Presnell & B. Stacknick

Ushers/Greeters: Communion Steward:

Gwenn&John Barteld Ron&Barbara Lort Frances Lee

December 15, 2013 Deb Forsythe Tom Duffy

December 22, 2013 Karol Armstrong Marian Harvey

December 29, 2013 Todd Harvey

Serving at Refreshment Time, 10 a.m.– 11 a.m.

Refreshments

December 1, 2013 Chris Thompson Kathy Moran

December 8, 2013 Edna Wyatt Sandy McCaa

Coffee:

Jim Moran

Edna Wyatt

December 15, 2013 Bob and Bridgette Crew Kristina Melnick SERVANT NEEDED

December 22, 2013 Kim Nahrgang Sally Sheldon

December 29, 2013 Kristina Melnick Kathy Moran

Edna Wyatt

Jen Elkins

Serving the Lord At Contemporary Worship, 11 a.m. Greeters:

Communion Servers

December 1, 2013 Jammi Larson

December 8, 2013 Joan Alexander

December 15, 2013 Lori Goldsmith

December 22, 2013 Brenda Mouloton

December 29, 2013 Tom & Joyce

Josh Goldsmith

Don Tepper

Laurie Guinard

Lori Goldsmith

Stansfield

Bob and

Kim Dernowski

Don Tepper

Jammi Larson

Tom & Joyce

Bridgette Crew Dave Dougherty

Don Tepper Joan Alexander

Kelli Stansfield Kristina Melnick

Danielle Larson & Kim Karashin

Stansfield

Kim Dernowski

SERVANT NEEDED

Edna Wyatt

Amy Carlisle

Communion Bread: Kathy Moran

If you are unable to serve during your timeslot, please seek out a substitute or switch with another person. If time permits, please let the Church Office know of the change.


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January Servants Serving the Lord At Traditional Worship, 9 a.m. January 5, 2014 Greeters: Tom and Joyce Stansfield Lay Reader: Mikki Senn Offertory Prayer John Redding Tina Presnell & Acolytes Volunteer needed Communion Frances Lee Steward Cindy Wallace

January 12, 2014

January 19, 2014

January 26, 2014

Gwenn Barteld Barbara Lort

John Redding Joyce Stansfield

Tom Duffy Mikki Senn

Serving at Refreshment Time, 10 a.m.– 11 a.m. January 5, 2014

January 12, 2014

January 19, 2014

January 26, 2014

Refreshments

Chris Thompson Kathy Moran Jim Moran

Bob and Bridgette Crew Kelly Marro SERVANT NEEDED

Laurie Guinard Amy Carlisle

Coffee:

Edna Wyatt Sandy McCaa Kelli Stansfield Edna Wyatt

Edna Wyatt

Serving the Lord At Contemporary Worship, 11 a.m.

Greeters:

Communion Servers

January 5, 2014

January 12, 2014

January 19, 2014

January 26, 2014

Jammi Larson Josh Goldsmith

Joan Alexander Don Tepper

Lori Goldsmith Laurie Guinard

Brenda Mouloton Lori Goldsmith

Bob and

Kim Dernowski

Don Tepper

Jammi Larson

Bridgette Crew Dave Dougherty

Don Tepper Joan Alexander

Kelli Stansfield Kristina Melnick

Danielle Larson & Kim Karashin

Communion Bread: Kathy Moran

Kim Dernowski

SERVANT NEEDED

Edna Wyatt

Bring in the Light of CHRIST If you are looking for a way to serve but you are not sure what to do…the Traditional Service needs you!! We are always looking for servants, young and old ,to bring the light of Christ into our service and to take it back out into the world when our service has ended. You even get to ring the bell! Sounds exciting, easy and such an important part of our service. If you are interested in serving as Acolyte (we need 2 every Sunday), please see Lisa Malin.


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The Chesapeake City United Methodist Charge

Christmas Eve Worship

Sunday Worship Services

Traditional Service 5 p.m., Trinity

Traditional Worship 9 a.m., Trinity 450 Third Street South Chesapeake City

Sunday School

Contemporary Worship 7 p.m., Town Point

10:15 a.m., Trinity Classrooms and Hall

Jacobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well Contemporary Worship 11:00 a.m., Trinity 450 Third Street South Chesapeake City

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