FAITH NOTES Faith United Methodist Church 300 Ninth Street NW North Canton, Ohio 44720 Phone: 330.499.6040 Fax: 330.305.1600 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.faithumchurch.org
September 2013 I had a renewing summer. It was a summer of “falling in love” again – with God, with my call to ministry, with the Church, with Steve, with the boys. And so, I am full of life – the life that is reborn and renewed through the gift of the resurrection in Jesus! I’ve always said that “the joy in returning is directly related to the joy of the experience of being away.” I am full of joy to be returning to the work of ministry at Faith. We have a lot of exciting ministry happening this fall. Below are a few to put on your radar:
September 8, 2013, Rain or Shine! Collective Worship @ 10:30 am Potluck and concert by Chip Richter to follow!
The Story – a worship and study experience beginning September 15! A condensed and chronological journey through the Bible. Come along on a 31-Week journey to discover how your story fits into God’s story. September 2013 through May 2014 As a church, our goal is to know God’s story and to see where our story fits into his. The Story is a church-wide journey for all ages, helping each of us connect more with God through scripture. It will also unify us as a church since every man, woman, student, and child will be invited in. We are excited to see all that God will do in us, in our church, and in our community as we explore The Story. May the joy of Jesus be yours this day and always.
Lydia Circle will meet on Wednesday, September11th at 12:00PM in Robinson Hall. Dot Fisher will talk about her trip to France. Bring a salad to share, dessert will be furnished. Please call Emmajo Shearer for information at 330-966-8730
Circle of Faith
Circle of Love will meet on Thursday, September 26th at 7:00PM in the Parlor. Joanne Fox will talk about her “Vacation of a Lifetime” on the Colorado River Please call Patti Deems for information 330-494-7168
Men meet each Thursday at 7:15 AM at Susanna’s on Main St. in North Canton. All men welcome. No reservations required. Social coordinator is Dale Walters. Don’t forget that coffee and tea make great gifts. Thanks for supporting farmers in their efforts to make a fair wage. The chocolate on display is available in limited quantities until the fall. Enjoy.
This group is open to all single men and women age 50+. We go to movies, plays and concerts. We eat out, have pot luck dinners at the church and picnics in good weather. We just have FUN!! For information call Bev Temple 330-244-8518
will meet on Monday, September 9th at 9:00AM at Sue Wheeler’s home. She will play favorite hymns For more information call Esther Brunt 330-499-7293
Get Involved! Everyone is welcomed to check out the circles and see which place best fits. Stay tuned in to the weekly bulletins for more We would love to have you be a Sister in Service!
Most of us know full well what we should do to guard our health, but we live in such a crazy world that staying on track can be a real challenge. Sometimes hearing a new approach or a gentle reminder of why it's so very important to keep moving and learning is just what's needed. Dr. Aaron and Meghan McMichael (from the McMichael Chiropractic Natural Health & Wellness Clinic in Canton) join us in September to share their take on the elements of a healthy lifestyle. Date: Tuesday, September 10th Time:11:45 am to 2:00 pm Cost of the meal: $4/person Program: Dr. Aaron & Meghan McMichael, Building a Healthy Lifestyle Please call or email Betsy Douce with your reservation (330.494.3337 or BetsyDouce@yahoo.com) no later than Thursday, September 5th.
Women of Faith United Methodist Women sent out 49 pairs of glasses to Glasses for Masses – a missionary effort. Thank you so much!
Canton Calvary Mission requests for September Canned Fruit The Mission feeds over 500 families monthly and appreciates all donations of non-perishable foods, personal hygiene and paper products. A marked box is located in the gallery for contributions to the Food Pantry. Thanks for your generous support!
Campbell soup label collection is way down. Please remember that the box is in the Gallery off the Gathering Area and all labels are encouraged!
What a difference a month makes! In mid-July, we had about $700 in our fund, but now we have almost $3,500! Here’s what happened: The Vacation Bible School offering was $784, including a very successful car wash by the 5 th and 6th graders. A VERY generous anonymous donor matched, indeed exceeded the VBS offering with a gift of $850. That’s enough to pay for two of our eight students. Your gifts on VBS Sunday totaled over $600! The daughter of members donated $250. Many of you continue to bring in your coins on a regular basis, and they really add up. As a result, I believe our church can sponsor a NINTH student in the year 2014. We would only need $300 more by next January, less than $30 a week in donations for the balance of the year. We are thankful for your generosity so far, and know this congregation is up to the challenge. Praise God that we can be a blessing to these young people! Pray for them!
Prayer Shawl Ministry: The next meeting will be Thursday, September 5th at 2:00 in the church parlor. Anyone who would like to help knit or crochet prayer shawls is welcome. The Quilts to Share group would like to thank the “summer people” for their help this summer. This group meets on Tuesdays at the church in rooms 5 and 6. The hours are 9:00am to11:30 am. We are currently working on crib quilts for the Aultman Hospital NICU. Anyone wishing to help make these quilts is welcome. Come join us!!!!! Ever wondered about Faith Kitchen? Each month Faith United Methodist Church provides an opportunity for those in need to come and have a meal, some time of worship, and a chance to receive bags of groceries. Get involved in this ministry—a tangible way to share the love and grace of God. We are looking for volunteers to help in the grocery distribution area of Faith Kitchen along with other areas! Contact Cheryl Froelich at 330.493.4097 or firstname.lastname@example.org / Glenn Vanvoorhis at 330.495.8323 or email@example.com
Next Faith Kitchen Opportunity: September 28th at Crystal Park UMC
What the Cowardly Lion Taught Me About Leadership Have you ever watched a movie or read a book and just resonated with one of the characters. Over the years there have been several characters that have connected with my heart and drawn me into the story they represent, however there is one that simply stands heads and shoulders above the rest. As a child I remember watching The Wizard of Oz and connecting with one of the characters in this beloved story which was the cowardly lion. I could never figure out why I was drawn to this particular character until several years later when I realized that I needed more courage. This may come as a surprise to some as I am willing to ride any roller coaster, try new food whenever I get the chance, and do things that could make others cringe. However, my need for courage is rooted in a deep internal struggle that I have which is the “fear of failure.” I have always wondered, “What if I try something and it doesn’t work?” or “What if this new idea flops and leaves people feeling disappointed?” The fear of failure is something that I believe is not exclusive or unique to me but is a point of tension with every leader. Read the full story at http://refuge-faithumc.blogspot.com/ Brad outlines five principles for us to help us become courageous leaders: Set scary standards - Give your people a goal that scares them, and you’ll produce leaders who know what it means to overcome fear. Allow for failure Reward innovation – Innovation requires taking risks. And bold risks create bold team members. Rewarding innovation will challenge your team to grow in their roles. Pursue the right opportunities – Aggressively pursue a few things that make sense. Say no often. Learn to delegate – Entrust others with important tasks by letting go and relinquishing control. If you want your team to be courageous, give them the chance to lead. As you work through implementing these ideas into your leadership style remember this quote from former South African president Nelson Mandela, “Courage is not the absence of fear-it’s inspiring others to move beyond it.” So as you move through your day today what would you pursue if you weren’t afraid to fail?
STEWARDSHIP Can you, or for that matter, can anyone list the many ways Faith UMC touches the lives of people in God’s community? You – the members of Faith UMC – do so much for so many. Thousands of hours of service and hundreds of skills all used to benefit and serve people in both our local community and the world wide community. The time, talents, and money of Faith UMC – your time, talent, and treasure are used in countless ways to share God’s grace with many, many people. This past year has been a great year filled with examples of sharing with others and doing God’s work. Bible School, Faith Kitchen, mission work near and far, and handmade crafts are but a very few examples of how Faith UMC serves God by serving others. Look for more examples of how Faith UMC serves our congregation and others during the fall stewardship campaign. Learn more of what Faith UMC does with your generous gifts of treasure, talent, and time to make Faith UMC so successful in spreading God’s love and grace. Stewardship Ministry Team
TROOP 12 UPDATE August 3 A big “thank you” to the 21 boys and 13 adults who kept the streets of Canton neat and clean during the Hall of Fame Parade! These folks braved the early morning and rainy conditions to form the annual Troop 12 Pooper Scooper Patrol. Two of our wonderful scouts, who were hard at work, were even photographed and had their picture printed in The Repository. Way to go and represent us well to the whole community! August 4 Troop 12 had the opportunity to be represented again during the Hall Of Fame festivities at the football game between the Cowboys and the Dolphins. As a fundraiser for our trip to Sea Base in Florida, 23 boys and adults gathered for halftime and the second half of the game to pass out NFL sticker books to the football fans in attendance. August 11-18 As a year of preparation and anticipation neared, 36 scouts and adult leaders excitedly embarked on their much awaited trip to the Florida Keys on our Sea Base High Adventure trip. Three crews enjoyed snorkeling, fishing, sailing, a luau, and fun in the sun as they experienced the wonders of God’s beautiful ocean. Thank you for your prayers for their safe travels during this wonderful adventure. August 23-25 Our August campout took place at Seven Ranges Reservation where our scouts participated in a weekend of Hunger Games. It was a fun weekend after beginning the first few days of the new school year earlier in the week! September 13-15 Once again, our good friends at Rice’s Farm will host our September campout which will highlight our Cub Scout Expo. If anyone knows of an area cub scout that would like to join us in a fun weekend of scout activities at the farm, Scott Hess can be contacted for more information and details. Please leave your name and number at (330)498-0517, and a call will be promptly returned.
Isla Quinn, daughter of Chris and Allison Haedt, was born on July 31 in Columbus Ohio. Kathy McCLure is the proud grandmother. Brenden Andrew Cook was baptized on August 18, 2013. Paige and Carter Miles were baptized on August 25, 2013. Oma Porter will be 93 on September 29th Dorothy Sayers will be 93 on September 30th We extend our deepest sympathy to: Jim Skinner on the death of his brother Charles who died unexpectedly in Florida July 23, 2013 The Family of Elizabeth Brinkley who died August 14, 2013. The family of Jim Kardos who died August 17, 2013. We received cards from: Sue Kelley, Allyson Farrah, and Liz Schoeppner. Thank You Notes are located on the bulletin board in Robinson Hallway.
Children’s Choir Begins Wednesday, September 11 Carol Choir (grades 3-5) – 5:00 – 6:00 pm Joanne Fox, Director Cherub Choir (grades K-2) – 5:15 – 6:00 pm Sandy Wallace, Director Sing during worship on the 2nd Sunday of the month! Our choir directors are looking forward to an exciting year! Volunteers will be needed to serve as 2nd adults, Sandy and Joanne will have sign-up sheets with dates needed.
3rd Grade Bible Presentations Sunday, September 8
Virtual Bookstore Faith’s Education & Spiritual Formation Ministry Team is excited to invite you to check out our Virtual Bookstore! Visit our website and click on the special links to Cokesbury & Amazon! All purchases made through these online links will help support our ministries! Check out our recommendations lists for resources to enhance your study of the Bible and aid in your personal spiritual journey!
Bibles will be presented to children entering 3rd grade during our special worship service on Sunday, September 8. If you have a student entering 3rd grade, please let us know by contacting the church office or email Kathy Schmucker at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our 3rd Grade Bible Exploration Pizza Party for 3rd grade students and their families will be held on Sunday, September 15 at 12:15 pm, following the 3rd worship service.
Weaving Faith Into Life Faith’s Wednesday Night Faith Connections begins on Wednesday September 18! Wednesday Night Faith Connections is a mid-week opportunity for fellowship, fun and study. The evening begins with a meal and worship experience at 6:00 pm followed by programs and studies for kids and adults. During the children’s program kids experience God’s love and his word through activities, art, missions, and games. A variety of adult experiences are offered throughout the year. Our fall mission project will be Operation Christmas Child. Come on September 18 to learn how you can be involved! There are several opportunities to serve on Wednesday nights. For information on how you can volunteer, contact Kathy Schmucker or Mike Hubble. All are welcome! Invite your friends, come join the fun and get connected at Faith!
Small Groups and Sunday School Classes for Fall and our Church-Wide Study, The Story Several small groups will be meeting for Bible study, prayer, & discussion beginning the week of September 9 and the week of September 15. Check out our website for updated information and look for the Christian Education & Spiritual Formation ministry display in the Gathering Area and outside the Family Life Center. If you are interested in getting involved in a small group or leading a new group contact Kathy Schmucker for more information.
Top 10 Reasons to Join a Small Group: 10. Fellowship with other believers is part of God's plan for discipleship. (Acts 2:41-42) 9. Express care for others & be cared for in safe, nurturing environments. 8. Since the start of the Christian Church, Christians have gathered in large groups and in small groups for discipleship, fellowship, worship, faith sharing, & ministry. (Acts 2: 46-47) 7. Our United Methodist heritage was born out of John Wesley’s vision of Christian’s meeting together in intentional small groups for study and accountability. 6. Jesus presence is stronger when two or three are gathered in His name. (Matthew 18:20) 5. It’s an opportunity to embark on a spiritual adventure & get to know Jesus. 4. We need people because life is tough. (Ecclesiastes 4:9-12) 3. The Bible encourages us to grow together. (Hebrews 10:25) 2. Make new friends, study the Bible, pray, serve & have fun together. 1. God created us to be in relationship with Him & with others. (Genesis 2:18)
Want to learn more about nurturing your faith? For more information or questions about faith formation opportunities and resources or about starting or getting involved in a small group, prayer group, or Bible study experience at Faith UMC, visit our website or contact Kathy Schmucker, Faith’s Director of Christian Education & Spiritual Formation. 330-499-6040, email@example.com
Sharing Your Story This fall we will be exploring a church-wide sermon and study series called The Story. We’ll be getting to the heart of God’s story as we experience the Bible as one continuing story of God and His people. We are looking for people willing to share their story through a weekly devotion based on each week’s scripture. If you have a passion for writing and are willing to share how you experience God’s story, please contact Kathy Schmucker for more information.
The Story and Bible Study Resources As our church digs into the chronological exploration of the Bible through The Story this fall, you might be inspired to pick up your Bible and explore God’s word in new ways. Look for Bible study and spiritual practice resources and resources to complement The Story in the literature racks in the hallways, on our website and in our church library!
Sunday School at Faith UMC Fall Sunday School begins September 15! “But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and forever! Amen.” 1 Peter 3:18 Join us as together we grow and learn to KNOW, LOVE & SERVE the Lord!
The Story for Children:
Faith Nursery, Room 18, 8:30, 9:45, & 11:00 Babies and Woddlers (birth through age 2) are cared for in a nurturing environment where little ones experience God’s love. Preschool Ages 3-5 & Elementary Grades K-2 & Grades 3-6, Following Children’s Message
Adults & Youth: Check Sunday’s bulletin throughout the summer for opportunities for discussion & reflection! Look for another opportunity to learn more about Theological Worlds with Pastors Steve & Cara on Sunday September 15th during the Sunday School hour!
Fall Sunday School Opportunities to Serve Get involved in the lives of our children and families by serving in our Sunday School and Nursery ministry! Join us as we share God’s love and word with our children and youth and walk with them as they discover their story in God’s story! For more information, contact Sandy Vaughn, Heather Andrews, Kathy Schmucker, or Kristin Krach. Orientation for children’s ministry leaders and helpers is Thursday, September 5th @ 6:30pm!
Special Needs Ministry:
Do you have a heart for sharing God’s love in special ways? We have an opportunity available for someone to assist a child with special needs during the 9:45 service on the first Sunday of each month. Please contact Kathy Schmucker or Monica Haney for more information.
Children’s Emergency/Registration Forms For the safety and concern of all God’s children we ask parents/guardians to complete a registration form with emergency contact and allergy information for participation in all our children’s ministries (Sunday School, Wednesday Night Faith Connections, Choir, Date Night, etc). We have simplified this year’s form so parents/ guardians will only need to complete one form for all children’s activities. Forms will be available in the church office or online on the resource page of our website! See Kathy Schmucker or Sandy Vaughn if you have any questions!
PRE-ORDER THE STORY TODAY! Copies of our 2013/2014 church-wide sermon and study series, The Story, are now available for preorder for all ages. Look for displays, sample copies, and sign-up sheet outside the Family Life Center and in the Gathering Area.
PRESCHOOL - $11.00 EARLY ELEMENTARY - $11.00 OLDER ELEMENTARY - $7.00 YOUTH - $7.50 ADULT - $5.00
Faith Date Night – Develop the Heart Coming the second Friday of the month starting on September 13th! Interested in being part of a Christian accountability group? Contact Pam or Tom Wig, Laura Luikart, or Kathy Schmucker for more information! Learn more about this experience of Christian spiritual renewal and leadership development by visiting the Emmaus page of our church website for more information: http://faithum.weebly.com/emmaus.html Pick up an Emmaus brochure in the church literature racks! Dates of Next Walk: Men’s: October 17-20, Women’s October 24-27
Faith UMC has a strong desire to focus on nurturing family relationships through faith. This fall, we invite any adult couples (engaged, newly married or seasoned marriages) and single parents to come join us for a short program focusing on nurturing family relationships, followed by an evening of childcare (ages birth-6th grade) while you enjoy some time to yourselves to focus on the relationships in your life. For more information contact Tallie Paz at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kathy Schmucker at email@example.com with questions or if you'd like to be involved in any way with this ministry!
Women of Faith Conference—October 4th & 5th in Pittsburgh! The Women of Faith Believe God Can Do Anything tour is THE life-changing, live Christian event for today’s woman, where chart-topping music artists and world-class authors and Bible teachers create an unforgettable, day-and-a-half experience for women from all walks of life. You’ll hear stories that strengthen, practical Bible teachings that can transform your everyday living, and experience authentic praise and worship with music that moves you closer to God, opening your heart to know what it means to truly Believe God Can Do Anything. Contact Rita Backhurst or Kathy Schmucker for more information!
Advent Devotional Book Faith is a journey. Faith United Methodist Church is a congregation on a journey seeking to be a dynamic, growing community that gathers around Christ in Word and Worship to pray, learn, care, share, and serve together. Sharing our stories as we journey into faith is one of the characteristics that makes for a vibrant faith community. This Advent, as you reflect on the significance of Christ’s birth, we invite you to share your faith story. Contact Pam Wig or Kathy Schmucker if you are interested in writing a devotion for this year’s Advent book.
Please join us to worship God on Tuesday, September 3rd at 8 a.m. in the Chapel when Kathy Schmucker, Director of Christian Education and Spiritual Formation, will share, “God Sightings”. Please join us every First Tuesday of the month for worship, prayer, and sharing. Many of us go out for breakfast afterwards. Start your day and month off with worship on the First Tuesday of each month. All are welcome!
"Catch the Spirit" Canton Calvary Mission; Annual Benefit Dinner and Auction; Friday, November 8th; First Christian Church, Market Ave. N.; Tickets $30 ($15 goes to Mission); Casual dress with a favorite "team theme". Silent Auction begins 5:30pm, Dinner served 7:00; For tickets contact Sharon Jacot (330-494-5067) or the Mission (330-454-8610).
CHANCEL CHOIR The adult choir of Faith UMC is looking for more singers. All post high school people are eligible. We only ask that you have some choral singing experience (i.e. a school choir, other church choir, etc.). There are no auditions. For more information please contact William Kaiser or any choir member. Our next rehearsal is Wednesday, September 4.
There are two options for new member classes this fall. Remember to sign up for our fall new member classes! One session is on Wednesday nights from 6:30 – 8:00 pm on September 25, October 2, 9 and 16. The other option is Saturday mornings from 9 am – 12pm on September 28th and October 12th. Both classes will be received into membership Sunday, October 20th during the 11:00 a.m. service. Call the church office at 499-6040 to register.
There will be two training events this fall for all current church leaders as well as new leaders for 2014. Anyone in the congregation is welcome to attend. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend. Saturday, October 19th, 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. for Visioning and Goal Setting Tuesday November 19th, 7 – 9 p.m. for Nuts and Bolts Information.
We are updating our college student records! Please be in touch with us by mail, email or phone to let us know your college mailing address for 2013-2014! We would like to send you Faith Notes and maybe even some cards throughout the year. Wishing you a wonderful year at school! 330-499-6040
The Story is a book of selections from the Bible, arranged chronologically, that reads like a novel. During this unique 31-week experience, every member of the family is able to read their own version of The Story, as versions are available for adults, youth, kids, children & little ones. Come discover together with us how our story is found in Godâ€™s story!
We are excited to see what God will do in each of us, in our church, and in our community as we learn more about His great love for us and the extent to which He will go to get us back!
WORSHIP IN SEPTEMBER Sep. 1 COMMUNION Pastor Cara preaching 8:30 Guinevere Rhoads, soprano 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Guinevere Rhoads, soprano 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School Sep. 8 The Gathering Festival Pastor Steve preaching One worship service 10:30 AM Sep. 15 Pastor Cara preaching 8:30 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Chancel Choir 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School Sep. 22 “The Story” Creation Pastor Steve preaching 8:30 Joy Unlimited 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Chancel Choir 9:45& 11:00 Sunday School Sep.29 “The Story” God Builds a Nation Pastor Cara Preaching 8:30 Chancel Choir 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Joy Unlimited 9:45& 11:00 Sunday School
Volunteer Opportunities Quilters/Sewers Tuesdays, 9-11:30 a.m. Rooms 5 & 6 Betsy Oby, Chair Faith Stitchers: Bring handwork 2nd, 3rd & 4th Thursdays, 2-4 p.m. in the Parlor Bixler Library Thursdays, noon to 2 p.m. Candy Ziegler, Chair The Barbara Whitacre Prayer Shawl Ministry 1st Thursday, 2-4p.m. in the Parlor Sue Kelley, Contact Sewing for Missions 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30 p.m., RH
Mailed September 29, 2013 Phone: 330.499.6040 Fax: 330.305.1600 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.faithumchurch.org
Contact Us: Reverends Steve & Cara Stultz Costello, Co-Pastors Sharyl Syler—Dir. of Administration & Finance Carmie Johnson—Communications Coordinator Kathy Schumucker—Dir. of Christian Ed. & Spiritual Formation Matt Hart—Dir. of Youth Ministry Lauralee Stiffler—Coordinator,Congregational Development Jan Bilek—Treasurer Susan Arnold—Youth Anministrator Alina Dorto—Dir. of Faith Friends Preschool
Get to Know Us: Sunday Services: 8:30, 9:45, & 11:00 Sunday School: 9:45 & 11:00
Worship with Us: Faith United Methodist Church 300 Ninth Street NW North Canton, OH 44720
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2013 Sun 1
Pastor Cara Preaching 8:30 Guinevere Rhoads 9:45 Praise Team Theological Worlds 11:00 Guinevere Rhoads 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School 12:00 Sml. Group Leaders
6:00a Men’s Prayer Group
12:15p Staff Meeting 6:30p Sewing for Missions 7:30p Chancel Choir
12:00p Library Volunteers 2:00p Prayer Shawl Ministry 6:30p Orientation-SS Teachers & Helpers 6:30p Stephen Ministry
8:00a First Tuesday 9:00a Quilts to Share 1:30P UMW Board Meeting 7:00p Ministry Council 7:00p Boy Scouts
ONE WORSHIP SERVICE 10:30 am in Sanctuary Pastor Steve preaching 12:00p Church Picnic 5:30 Joy Unlimited Choir 6:30 Youth Kick Off
9:00a Circle of Faith 6:30p Young Adults 7:00p Covenant Bible Study 7:00p Men’s Open Basketball 7:00 p Meditation Class
6:00a Men’s Prayer Group 9:00a Quilts to Share 9:30a Library Read to FFPS 11:45a Second Wind 6:30p Nomination/Leadership 6:30p Women’s Bible Study 7:00p Boy Scouts
9:30a Women’s Study Group 12:00p Lydia Circle 12:15p Staff Meeting 5:00p Carol Choir 5:15p Cherub Choir 7:30p Chancel Choir
12:00p Library Volunteers 2:00p Faith Stitchers 6:30p Stephen Ministry 7:00p Stewardship Ministry
6:30p Couples Night
7:00a Men’s Life Study
8:30 Russell Aldridge 11:00 Chancel Choir 9:45 Praise Team Theological Worlds 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School 12:00 3rd Grade Bible/Pizza 5:30 Joy Unlimited Choir 6:30 REFUGE –Youth
6:30p Young Adults 7:00p Covenant Bible Study 7:00p Men’s Open Basketball 7:00 p Meditation Class
6:00a Men’s Prayer Group 9:00a Quilts to Share 9:30a Library Read to FFPS 6:30 Finance Meeting 6:30 Women’s Bible Study 7:00p Boy Scouts
9:30a Women’s Study Group 12:15p Staff Meeting 5:00p Carol Choir 5:15p Cherub Choir 6:00p Faith Connections 6:30p Sewing for Missions 7:00p ‘The Story’ Continued 7:30p Chancel Choir
12:00p Library Volunteers 1:00p Alzheimers Support 2:00p Faith Stitchers 6:30p Stephen Ministry 7:00p Trustees
Pastor Cara Preaching
Pastor Steve preaching 8:30 Joy Unlimited 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Chancel Choir 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School 5:30 Joy Unlimited Choir 6:30 REFUGE—Youth
9:30a “Story” Bible Study 6:30p Young Adults 7:00p Covenant Bible Study 7:00p Men’s Open Basketball 7:00 p Meditation Class
6:00a Men’s Prayer Group 9:00a Quilts to Share 9:30a Library Read to FFPS 6:30 Nomination/Leadership Development 6:30 Women’s Bible Study 7:00p Boy Scouts 7:00p SPRC
9:30a Women’s Study Group 12:15p Staff Meeting 5:00p Carol Choir 5:15p Cherub Choir 6:00p Faith Connections 6:30p New Member Class 7:00p ‘The Story’ Continued 7:30p Chancel Choir
12:00p Library Volunteers 2:00p Faith Stitchers 7:00p Circle of Love
“The Story” Creation
God Builds a Nation Pastor Cara preaching 8:30 Chancel Choir 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Joy Unlimited 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School 5:30 Joy Unlimited Choir 6:30 REFUGE—Youth
9:30a “Story” Bible Study 6:30p Young Adults 7:00p Covenant Bible Study 7:00p Men’s Open Basketball 7:00 p Meditation Class
FAITH KITCHEN 7:00a Men’s Life Study 9:00a New Member Class