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May 21, 2014 | Volume 13 Issue 9



A Newsletter Publication of First United Methodist Church, Jackson, Tennessee

Parents On Wednesdays

This Issue...

AT A GLANCE • Parents Night Out • Room in the Inn • “The Current” Youth

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• Mission Corner - Habitat for Humanity Page 3

June 4, 11, 18, 25 9:00-11:00 am Age 2 thru 5th Grade FUMC Gym

Join us for open gym for the kids and a 4-week Bible study for the parents.

• France Magnifique - Merci Beaucoup! Page 4 • Women’s Ministries Summer Events

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• Haiti Mission Sunday

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• Join the VBS Zoo Crew! • Kids at First End of Year Program

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• Memorials and Honoraria • Stewardship Spotlight

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• Wanda’s Wellness Wisdom • Church Life App • Sunday Morning Sermon Topics


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Kids’ Music Day Camp Mini Fest 2014

In observance of Memorial Day, the church office will be closed Monday, May 26 SEEKING GOD


June 9-13

9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. K-5th Grade | $50 It’s camp time at FUMC! A unique experience for kids to prepare and perform the musical “The Big Fish”. Fun activities, games and lunch each day. A great gift for grandkids!

Register at or call 422-4002 KNOWING CHRIST



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Calendar of Events

Calendar subject to change. Please call the church office, 422-4002 or check the calendar at

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Parents Night Out Friday, June 6 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Sunday, May 25 8:30 AM Worship Service- Andrews Chapel Campus 8:55 AM First Awakening ServiceDowntown Campus 9:45 AM Sunday School- Andrews Chapel Campus 10:00 AM FUMC Sunday School 11:00 AM Traditional ServiceDowntown Campus

Dinner Provided - $5 per child (Infant - 5th Grade)

Reservations required by Wednesday, June 4 To register, call 422-4002 or go to

Monday, May 26 - Memorial Day Church Office Closed Tuesday, May 27 7:00 AM Men’s Bible Study 9:30 AM Knit in the Month of May 10:00 AM Note Writing Ministry 4:15 PM FitFirst

Thanks from Area Relief Ministries to Jackson FUMC for being a part of God’s hospitality and generosity.

Wednesday, May 28 6:00 PM First Awakening Worship Team Rehearsal 7:00 PM Sanctuary Choir Thursday, May 29 4:15 PM FitFirst 5:30 PM Missions Team Meeting 5:30 PM Senior Olympic Basketball Practice Friday, May 30 No church events scheduled Saturday, May 31 8:00 AM Habitat for Humanity Build 4:00 PM Room in the Inn June 1-4 Annual Conference

During the 2013-2014 “Room in the Inn” winter season, First United Methodist Church provided: • 102 Beds • 219 Meals • 131 Volunteers • 643 Volunteer Hours

“The Current” Youth

Open to 7th-12th graders

Mary Beth Bernheisel,

Lock-in at Dulin’s (Cordova, TN) June 13

Sunday, June 1 8:30 AM Worship Service- Andrews Chapel Campus 8:55 AM First Awakening ServiceDowntown Campus 9:45 AM Sunday School- Andrews Chapel Campus 10:00 AM FUMC Sunday School 11:00 AM Traditional ServiceDowntown Campus

We’ll start off at CrossFire where we’ll spend part of our time doing crazy physical challenges and the other part of our time playing on their cool equipment. Then we’ll head next door to Dulin’s Sports Academy where we’ll spend the night playing soccer, using the batting cages, and maybe even getting a few minutes of sleep.

Monday, June 2 5:30 PM Senior Olympic Basketball Practice

Cost: $35 Deadline to register: June 2 Details: Leave the church at 5:00 p.m. on June 13 and return at 11:00 a.m. on June 14 Bring dinner to eat on the way and snacks for our time together. We provide breakfast. Needs: Several adults to chaperone

Tuesday, June 3 7:00 AM Men’s Bible Study 4:15 PM FitFirst

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Mission Corner

Habitat House construction kicked off Saturday, May 18!

Calendar of Events Wednesday, June 4 9:00 AM Parents on Wednesday 6:00 PM First Awakening Worship Team Rehearsal 7:00 PM Sanctuary Choir Thursday, June 5 4:15 PM FitFirst 5:30 PM Senior Olympic Basketball Practice Friday, June 6 10:00 AM Fun Friday Playgroup for Preschool 5:30 PM Parent’s Night Out Saturday, June 7 8:00 AM Habitat for Humanity Build 9:30 AM Member Birthday Party Sunday, June 8 8:30 AM Worship Service- Andrews Chapel Campus 8:55 AM First Awakening Service Downtown Campus 9:45 AM Sunday School - Andrews Chapel Campus 10:00 AM Rec. Team Meeting 10:00 AM FUMC Sunday School 11:00 AM Traditional ServiceDowntown Campus Monday, June 9 9:00 AM Kids’ Music Day Camp 5:30 PM Senior Olympic Basketball Practice

SERVE GOD… BLESS OTHERS Work resumes Saturdays, May 31-June 21 No work Memorial Day Weekend, May 24

32 Clark Cove (off E. College St.) in Habitat Meadows Subdivision

More FUMC volunteers needed! Call David Hollis, 422-4002 or Paula Butler, 668-1273 or sign up at Monthly Mission Focus Collection: The Care Center for Women and Children

This group provides shelter for women with children, available to those meeting the eligibility requirements. The Care Center offers food, shelter, some counseling, and other needs of women and children. May Collection Items: Dishwashing liquid, Cleaning supplies for entire house, Febreze, Air Freshener, Kitchen size garbage bags, Gallon size freezer bags Please bring items the last Sunday of the month and put them under the “Way to Give Arch” in the main lobby.

Tuesday, June 10 7:00 AM Men’s Bible Study 9:00 AM Kids’ Music Day Camp 4:15 PM FitFirst Wednesday, June 11 9:00 AM Parents on Wednesday 9:00 AM Kids’ Music Day Camp 6:00 PM First Awakening Worship Team Rehearsal 7:00 PM Sanctuary Choir Thursday, June 12 Move in day for Associate Pastor, Jeff Rudy and family 9:00 AM Kids’ Music Day Camp: 4:15 PM FitFirst 5:30 PM Senior Olympic Basketball Practice Friday, June 13 9:00 AM Kids’ Music Day Camp Saturday, June 14 8:00 AM Habitat for Humanity Build 9:00 AM Family fun Day at Memphis Zoo

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France Magnifique MERCI BEAUCOUP! Notes from France Journal Apr. 24-May 5, 2014

by Andrea Woods

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” - St. Augustine The day is cold but fair, the sea calm. Wrapped in jackets and scarves, we make our way to the edge of the cliff and gaze down upon tiny figures at the rocky beach below. It’s Normandy: 98 feet down is the beach nicknamed Omaha, scene of the June 6, 1944 landing that started the Allied liberation of France and eventual defeat of Hitler during World War II. We are a group of American travelers from Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas, Nevada and Maryland, here for France Magnifique , a tour through France with emphasis on World War II and the upcoming 70th anniversary of D-Day. The 18 of us in the FUMC group are old friends and well-suited to travel together. Hmmm… what will the other group be like? With delight, we soon learn that they bring only added pleasure to the trip. “O taste and see that the LORD is good.” - Psalm 34:8 We’ve had two days in Normandy: museums, war films, battle sites, the American cemetery, and the church at St. Mere Eglise where American paratrooper John Steele was trapped for two hours hanging from the spire. Many of us in this group were born during World War II, others soon after. All grew up in the aftermath of that phenomenal event. We heard about it, studied it, knew men who fought in it, had relatives who died in it. The war was woven into our psyches. But now, standing above the beaches where it actually happened, picturing that placid sea turned stormy and turbulent, envisioning those men — many mere teen-agers! — struggling to come ashore, the bravery and perseverance it demanded, the chaos and carnage that ensued, we experience deeply and profoundly the heroism and magnitude of their sacrifice. Awed into silence. Tears inevitable. I can’t sleep tonight, remembering the line from a psalm that begins, O taste and see… Tasting

and seeing does change reality. Both temporal and spiritual. More on this later…. “Gratitude is the heart’s memory.” - French Proverb The very first thing we are taught by our guide Greg is a rule of French civility: always say “Good morning!” before launching into your agenda in a shop or hotel. Bon jour! Always say “thank you” when the situation demands. Merci! And for “thank you very much,” Merci beaucoup! Greg says we will gladden the hearts of our hosts if we simply attempt to speak a bit of the language. We do. Hilariously, but occasionally effectively. We have been warmly welcomed everywhere. Particularly in Normandy, we are humbled by the gratitude and appreciation the citizens show to Americans. Numerous monuments and statues celebrate American leaders or events; we observe sites being tended with great care by descendants of residents who endured Nazi occupation. Greg says French students are required to visit these sites before completing school, so they never forget. So they will always be grateful. “Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love.” - Claude Monet Rain has followed us almost daily. At Giverny, the home of Impressionist painter Claude Monet, we disembark the coach in a downpour and trudge to the ticket kiosk, umbrellas jostling, providing minimal coverage. Then voila! After touring the house and studio, we emerge into glorious sunshine and go forth to explore the gardens. The Water Lilies and Japanese Bridge, the willows, the rose arches—all are just as he painted them. We love. What I cherish about today: seeing Monet’s garden at last!... and experiencing the savoir faire of my intrepid (very wet) travel companions. “True leaders must be good role models, knowledgeable in their fields, and worthy of respect.” - unattributed At our final meal together in a rustic bistro on the mountainside above Nice, we toast Greg for his stellar leadership. The son of a man who served in the French Resistance as a teen-ager, Greg has a deep personal investment in France and WWII. Comprehensive knowledge, unwavering courtesy, and humor are his hallmarks. The leadership he and Pam Jaco, Director of FUMC Senior Adult Ministries, provided set the tone for a beautiful trip. Through the lost passport (it was found), the injured ankle (it was sprained) and various other challenges, both Greg and Pam remained entirely calm and cheerful. No detail was too small for them to attend, no inconvenience too large to offend. “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrowmindedness.” - Mark Twain. For new perspectives gained, deepened appreciation of ordinary life, and death to a few unfounded assumptions and pre-conceived notions, I say for the whole group: Merci Beaucoup!

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Women’s Ministries

Susan Crocker,

Cooking Demo and Dinner Out

Scott Myatt, Steve Short, and Morgan Parks will be performing on the patio. Meet us at the winery at 6:30 p.m. for appetizers and the music begins at 7 p.m. Dinner is catered by Silla’s Spoon for purchase with a choice of Cajun Boil or Fried Chicken Tender salad or you can just come and enjoy the appetizers and music. Cost: Dinner (optional) $10 + tax. Call Susan to make that reservation by June 2nd. Even if you don’t eat dinner, come along and call Susan to save you a seat. Details: In case of light rain the music will still play on Queen’s pavilion.

July 10th and August 14 6:30 p.m.

Meet at the Rock’n Dough Pizza Kitchen in downtown Jackson. The restaurant is great with fresh salads and delicious pizza. Cost: Dutch treat dinner, split a pizza with a friend Details: Text Susan and let me know you are coming so I’ll save a seat. Ask a friend! The restaurant is next to the LIFT.

Beth Moore in Memphis - August 22-23 Fri. 5:30-9:30 p.m. | Sat. 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Come ride the bus both days to hear Beth Moore speak. Limited tickets. Cost: $65. Call Susan, 731-267-7238. More details at

Women’s SUMMER Ministry EVENTS growing • connecting • serving May 29 Healthy Cooking Demo at the Lift & Dinner Out Downtown, 5:30 pm at Lift* June 6 Picnic Dinner & Music at the Crown Winery, 6:30 pm* June 18 Between Friends Book Club, 5:15 p.m. at FUMC The Noticer by Andrews June 25-July 30 Wednesday Morning Bible Study, 9:30-11:00 a.m. Jan Hetzler, leader. July 10 Soul Sisters After Hours, Rock’n Dough Pizza Kitchen Downtown, 6:30 pm* July 16 Between Friends Book Club, The Widow of the South by Hicks, place TBA* Aug 1 The Amphitheater Downtown: Travis Cotrell 6:30 pm* Aug 14 Soul Sisters After Hours, Rock’n Dough Pizza Kitchen Downtown, 6:30 pm* Aug 22 & 23 Beth Moore at the Fed Ex Forum. Tickets available now, $65.* * For summer events text or call Susan Crocker at 731-267-7238 to let her know you are coming. Event details under Women’s Ministry tab at or email

5:30 p.m. at The Lift Thursday, May 29 Jeff Sproles, West TN Hospital Chef, will be having a cooking demonstration at the Lift Wellness Center test kitchen. Then we will head to dinner at Rock’n Dough Pizza Kitchen or Charlie Bulldogs. Cost: Dutch Treat Dinner Details: Text, call or email Susan to let her know you are coming ASAP.

Music at the Amphitheater Downtown: Travis Cottrell Friday, August 1 | 6:30 p.m. Invite your girlfriend, your husband, your next door neighbor. Plenty of room at the Amp. I’ll save some blanket space and come on down to listen to some music under the stars. Bring your chair and something you’d like to nibble on or eat at the food trucks! Text Susan to let me know you are coming. * If it rains, there won’t be a show.

Soul Sisters

Between Friends Book Club

Wednesday, June 18 5:15 PM • Mezzanine “The Noticer”

by Andy Andrews

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Employment Opportunity: Director of Children’s Ministries First United Methodist Church in Jackson, TN is seeking a Director of Children’s Ministries to provide dynamic leadership and oversight to ministries to children ages birth through fifth grade. Primary tasks include creating and communicating a vision for children’s ministries to families, church staff, and congregation members; recruiting and training Sunday School teachers, Wednesday Evening Fellowship teachers, and special event workers; recruiting members of the Children’s Ministry Team and directing the work of that committee; collaborating with the Director of Music and Worship Arts to create opportunities for children to engage in worship; budgeting for the program, and creating and facilitating opportunities for fellowship, learning and growing in the knowledge of Jesus Christ. Applicants must be hospitable, spiritually mature, and adept at recruiting. Please apply by sending a resume and cover letter by June 15, 2014 to: Rev. Dan Camp, Senior Pastor, First United Methodist Church, 200 South Church St., Jackson, TN 38301. Join us for an Evening of Music

Live at the Barn! Saturday, June 7, 2014 7:00-11:00 p.m.

Bring your picnic and enjoy music from David Smith Allison and Jeremy Tubbs Ann Alece & Company Cost: $25 per person The Nelson’s Barn, 99 Hickory Glenn A benefit for the Morgan McCarty Scholarship Foundation

Haiti Mission Sunday! June 1 | 10:00 a.m. Clayton Hall

All Sunday School classes and anyone interested are invited. Hear FUMC’s Haiti Mission Team share their poignant and funny memories. Guest Speaker: Angel Noble from Live Beyond Videos, stories, coffee and muffins SAVE THE DATE: Next FUMC Haiti Mission Trip - April 11-17, 2015

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Children’s Ministry Jenni Thorn,

Join the Zoo Crew! July 14-17 PreK-5th grade 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Volunteers are needed in the following areas: • Shepherd/Crew Leader – Each age group needs volunteers to lead them to each section of this adventurous day! • Imagination Station – This year’s VBS has fun and exciting experiments for everyone to do! • Untamed Games – We need leaders to help with the fun games that our kids will enjoy everyday at Weird Animals. • KidVid Theater – Kids will learn how the lesson applies to their lives through this daily video . • Critter Café – Our kids will need a snack each day to help them stand strong for God. • Bible Adventure – Every day our kids will not just hear, but experience the Bible story of the day.

Come by the table in Disciple Hall and sign up to be a part of the Zoo Crew!

Family Fun Day @ Safari Park May 24 • 10:00 a.m. Bring a picnic lunch for your family. Free hotdogs! Magic shows! $6 Adults, $4 Kids


Children from “Kids at First” ended their year on a high note, singing songs to a delighted audience of parents, grandparents and the church staff! Many thanks to Ashley Taylor, Director and her teachers for a successful first year. Fall programming resumes September 3rd for ages 8 weeks to 5 years old on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. If you or someone you know is interested, contact Ashley at or call 731-422-4002.

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st Stewardship Things Spotlight First

Your Dollars at Work for Missions

Memorials & Honoraria IN LOVING MEMORY OF Verla Brasher (Mother of George Brasher, CarolynWalker, & Jan Littrel) Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Sanctuary Doors) Mark & Debra Owen Tom & Sally Rainey Religion for Life Sunday School Tom & Donna Ellis Mary Bond (Mother Dr. King Bond) Tom & Sally Rainey Lucy Butler (Wife of James F. Butler) Larry & Frannie Smith Harold & Debbie Nerren Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Sanctuary Doors) Mark & Debra Owen Ralph Leverett Tom & Sally Rainey David & Ginny Welles Angela O’Brien Rachel Burnett Stockton (Sister of Bill Burnett) Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Hospitality) Phoebe Corum (Wife of Tilman Corum) Larry & Frannie Smith Ralph Leverett Tom & Sally Rainey Carol Murchison Frances Spencer

Youth fundraiser for summer mission work at Reelfoot.

Frances Durham (Grandmother of Ginger New) Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Sanctuary Doors)

Jackson FUMC’s combined middle-school/high-school mission trip, June 15-20...

Sam Forsythe (Father of Jan Teer) Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Hospitality) Jason & Jamie Sullivan Abundant Disciples Sunday School Raymond & Liz Bryant

Ready for a life-changing week of hard work and real friendships.

Nancy Ganier (Grandmother of Allison Havercamp) Geri G. Pitts

Sharing Christ’s Love

FUMC FOUNDATION “The gifts you make in your estate plan continue to carry the love and grace of God across time. Consider how you might make a lasting gift and leave a legacy for your Church.” If you would like more information about the Foundation, please contact Jacki Hoveskeland at 731.422.4002 or stop by the church office.

Mona Hicks (Mother of James Hicks III and John Hicks) Brenda Alexander (Sanctuary Doors) Mark & Debra Owen Ralph Leverett Tom & Sally Rainey Tamalia Lloyd (Mother of Tamara Sorman) Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Hospitality) Bettye Lifsey (Sister-In-Law of Ben Lifsey) Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Sanctuary Doors) Peggy Marston (Wife of Ken Marston) Raymond & Liz Bryant Keith & Leslie Methvin Stan & Debbie Methvin Jamie & Meredith Methvin

Estate of Max & Delores Methvin Ethel & Gene Carden Woody & Eliza Forbes Jimmy & Sally Wallace Bill Boucher Family Ginny Benson Family Brenda Hunter Family Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Sanctuary Doors) Reuben & Lori Brunson Charles & Ondra Farmer John & Henrietta Kendall Charles & Gloria Boyd Jeffery & Lucy Haynes Ralph Leverett Mrs. Henry C. Pitts (Geri) Carol Murchison Ken & Cara Crews James & Sharon Matthews (Hospitality) Rebekah Circle

Annie Murray (Mother of Truman Murray & Douglas Murray) Family Life Forum Sunday School Class (Pastors’ Fund) Brenda Alexander (Sanctuary Doors) Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Sanctuary Doors) Jimmy Fay “Crazy” Pierce (Brother of Hazel Staples) Hunter & Suzanne Welles (Sanctuary Doors) Paul Watlington (Father of Mrs. Lee Sheppard & Becky Watlington) Brenda Alexander (Sanctuary Doors) Tom & Donna Ellis Helen White (Mother of Pasty Camp) Tom & Sally Rainey Nancy Brooke Dorothy Harvey Laurice Long Bennett Tillman Brenda Alexander (Sanctuary Doors) Betty Bulle John Price Louise Quinn Helen White Mark & Debra Owen IN LOVING HONOR OF Nancy Rahm (80th Birthday) Dick Nunn Sunday School Class (Music Dept Fund) Mark & Debra Owen Cecil & Tharon Kirk Phyllis Maley Brenda Alexander (Sanctuary Doors) Paul Clayton Religion for Life Sunday School

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Wanda’s Wellness Wisdom

Wanda Scanlon, FUMC Health & Welfare Representative; RN, Regional Hospital of Jackson, TN


We don’t think of our skeletons as living breathing organs, but indeed they are. Bones need care and feeding, just like our other organs. When you lose too much bone or make too little, your skeleton shrinks in mass or “heaviness” and resembles a honeycomb. Once weakened, the bone is more likely to break from falls, everyday activities like bumping in to something; even sneezing. Prevention should begin in childhood and continue throughout your life. Whatever your age, start now to protect your bones…it’s never too late.

Bent Tree Golf Course 2993 Paul Coffman Dr. Jackson, TN • Take a supplement of 1,200 mg of Calcium and 600IU of Vitamin D per day. The Vitamin D helps your body use Calcium. It is critical that you take the 2 vitamins together. • Eat a well balanced diet high in Calcium: milk, yogurt, dark leafy greens, fortified OJ, and soybeans. • Get regular exercise; it strengthens bone. (I know I sound like a broken record on fitness!) • Avoid the smoking, limit alcohol, and cut soda intake as well. (although experts aren’t sure why there is a link between soda and low bone density.) • Limit using large amounts of antacids containing aluminum-check drug labels. Consult your doctor about getting a dexascan… it’s simple and painless. I have one yearly to check and it takes all of 5 minutes. Don’t let the spiritual song “Dem, bones, Dem bones, dem dry bones” be a description of your skeletal system!

Church Life App

Easily connect with FUMC church friends and check the calendar for events with your iPhone, iPad, or Android: • Launch the App Store • Search for “Church Life” • If it is not the first option, it can be identified by the icon above • Press the “Free” button to install it. • Sign in with your member login.

“Fun Golf Scramble” Friday, June 20

“I heard a crack, then boom! I fell and the next thing I know I’m headed to surgery with a broken hip and a busted head.” This scenario is all too familiar to orthopedic surgeons. Actually, the patient’s weakened hip broke, causing a fall and head lacerations on the way down. The culprit is often osteoporosis, and the broken bones it causes ARE not part of normal aging. Low bone density or osteoporosis affects 55 million Americans. This silent disease will cause about 1 in 2 women and 1 in 4 men to break a bone if they are affected. The sad fact is 20% of seniors who break a hip die within one year from complications related to the fracture or the surgery to repair it.

Hey, men…invite your friends and come to a

Hosts: The United Methodist Men Tee Time: Shotgun starts at 1:30 p.m. Picnic to follow Cost: $25 per person (includes golf balls, golf cart and greens fee) Interested? Contact T. Robert Hill, or 731-695-4170

The FUMC Safety Team needs your help! We are looking for folks who are willing to be the "eyes and ears" of Jackson FUMC on Sunday mornings. The primary focus of the FUMC Safety Team is to insure that the parking/ exterior areas are welcoming and comfortable for all members as they come and go, walk-through the unused areas of the church, and coordinate any necessary evacuations or emergency situations. In addition, we work with the Greeters and Green Coats to greet folks, and assist the "less-abled" as needed. We serve 7-9 Sundays per year (the more members we have, the less often we are needed to serve) and "work" a 2 hour shift.

Need assistance? Contact Luke Woodruff, or 422-4002.

This is a great way to serve FUMC and to meet both members and visitors. If interested, please contact Mona Miller, or 731-6161192.





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Sunday Morning Worship FUMC Downtown Services:

Andrews Chapel Services:

Sunday May 25

“Never Orphaned”

“Never Orphaned”

Sunday June 1

“When Passing Through the Fire”

“Jesus’ Final Prayer“

8:55 a.m. First Awakening 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship

David Hollis, preaching John 14:15-21 Dan Camp, preaching 1 Peter 4:12-14; 5:6-11

8:30 a.m. Worship Service 9:45 a.m. Sunday School

Mary Beth Bernheisel, preaching John 14:15-21 Jennifer Trently, preaching John 17:1-11

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