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22ND SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST NOVEMBER 10, 2019 8:45 a.m. 11:05 a.m.

A Dynamic Christian Community of Fully Devoted Followers of Jesus Christ 1548 Mt. Vernon Road | Dunwoody, GA | www.dunwoodyumc.org


With Your Support In Jesus talked a lot about money. So did the Apostle Paul. They believed that the way we use our money has Kingdom consequences, and that giving to the Church was a way we express our love for Christ and help strengthen His ministry. Since both talked about it in a straight-forward way, I want to do the same. I want to do so by way of a story. “Two people, in a little New Hampshire town were calling on their fellow church members for their annual pledge to the church. At one house, a member said, ‘I get tired of being asked for money for the church. It’s money, money, money all the time.’ The younger of the two visitors listened carefully, but then spoke up and said, ’you probably know that my wife and I had a son. When Charlie went to school the expenses for his clothing and other needs seemed to mount. Every week there seemed to be something. One week Charlie needed new pants. The next week he needed new shoes. The next week it was school supplies. There seemed to be no end to his needs. Finally, one day when my wife told me about another need, I let off some steam. ‘It seems to me,’ I vented, ‘that Charlie is always needing something. I get tired of hearing money, money, money all the time.’ Perhaps you know, or maybe you don’t that last year Charlie contracted spinal meningitis and we lost him. As you spoke, I was thinking if I could go home now and hear my wife say, ‘Charlie needs something,’ it would be the happiest day of my life. I didn’t realize how precious that boy was until I didn’t have him any longer. Perhaps few of us realize how important Christ and the Church are to us and to our world. None of us could understand unless the Church was taken away from us.” Dunwoody UMC does such outstanding work with children, youth, young adults, adults and senior adults. Our church reaches out to the homeless, the hungry, those who are hurting mentally and emotionally and those who live on the margins of life. It has an outstanding sports and leisure program and a Music Ministry. It touches lives throughout this community, across this state and around the world. It is a leader in missions for the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. DUMC constantly works with the Candler School of Theology to provide theological education to our members. And the list could go on. For all of these reasons and more, I have no hesitation asking you to prayerfully consider your pledge to the 2020 budget for Dunwoody UMC. Without your support, this church cannot do what it does. Your Pastor,

Rev. Dan Brown P.S. I hope you will consider joining us as we celebrate the ministries of DUMC at our Consecration Luncheon on Sunday, Nov. 17—one after the 10:00 a.m. Sunday School hour and one after the 11:05 a.m. Traditional Service. Register to attend at dunwoodyumc.org/annual-campaign or by calling the church office at 770-394-0675.

WELCOME FIRST-TIME GUESTS

We are glad to have you at Dunwoody United Methodist Church! Please stop by one of the Welcome Desks outside of the Sanctuary to pick up a small welcome gift. If you would like more information about how to become involved or how to join the church, please contact valerie.pitrof@dunwoodyumc.org.

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Chapel Service Words of Welcome Stewardship Moment

Fran Millar

*Call to Praise and Prayer

Pastor: Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth! People: Let us sing a new song of praise to the King! Pastor: God delights in His flock and leads us into the kingdom of heaven. People: We will lift our hearts to our Creator, to the One whose gifts last forever.

*Hymn #577

God of Grace and God of Glory

*Scripture

Luke 12:32–34

Meditation

Wallets that Don’t Wear Out

CWM RHONDDA

(Gifts that Endure, Part 2)

Ron Gallagher Page 1267 Rev. Dan Brown

Psalm 145, #857 Prayer of Thanksgiving

God, we give thanks that you have revealed yourself in the words of Scripture, read and proclaimed among us. We are grateful that you also make yourself known in bread and the fruit of the vine. We thank you for all the people who support and challenge us to be better disciples. Our greatest joy is to experience your presence and to respond to you, and we do this humbly today. Amen.

Prayers of the People and the Lord’s Prayer

After each prayer, the Leader will conclude: Lord, in your mercy, and all may respond, Hear our prayer.

Tithe and Offering

One of the highest privileges we have as Christians is to respond to God’s grace by financially supporting the mission and ministry of Christ’s church. Through your gifts, lives are touched.

Offertory

Darkness Is as Light

Lauren Heidingsfelder, mezzo-soprano

Walden

Holy Communion #12 *Hymn #399

Take My Life, and Let It Be

MESSIAH

*Benediction *Passing of the Peace *Stand as you are able. Ushers: Jack Eubank—Head Usher, Bill Barnes, Jim Knight, Geoffrey Nixon, Larry Price, Alan Raby, Phil Scott, Mike Wallace Communion Servers: Sue Cunnold, Ron Gallagher

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Contemporary Service Songs of Praise

Cornerstone Our God

Greet Your Neighbor Words of Welcome Song of Reflection

God of Wonders

Carol and Crusader Choirs

Stewardship Moment

Fran Millar

Prayers of the People and the Lord’s Prayer

Bryan Muddiman

Children pre-K – second grade are invited to exit after the prayer for Children’s Church located on the Sunday School hall.

Tithe and Offering

One of the highest privileges we have as Christians is to respond to God’s grace by financially supporting the mission and ministry of Christ’s church. Through your gifts, lives are touched.

Offertory Song

Be the Centre

Prayer for Illumination Scripture Reading Sermon

Andy Drexter

Luke 12:32–34 Wallets that Don’t Wear Out (Gifts that Endure, Part 2)

Rev. Dan Brown

Invitation to Discipleship Song of Praise

O Love that Will Not Let Me Go

Benediction Thank you for helping us keep our worship space clean by leaving food outside and keeping lids on beverages. Nursery care is available for children 6 months – 3 years. Children’s Church is available for children who are pre-K – second grade. Please make sure your child has been checked in to KidCheck prior to dismissal to Children’s Church. Listen for dismissal from the service. Children will be taken to their Sunday School classes following Children’s Church on the preschool hall. Ushers: Dick Santillo—Head Usher, Lucretia Farley, Karen Foreman, Bob Love, Mary Love, Jeff Moss, Bev Santillo

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Traditional Service THE GATHERING Prelude

Prelude on “Nettleton (Come, Thou Fount of Ev’ry Blessing)

Phillips

Prelude on “Old 124th (Turn Back, O Man, Forswear Thy Foolish Ways)”

Willan

Chiming of the Hour *Call to Worship

Pastor: Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth! People: Let us sing a new song of praise to the King! Pastor: God delights in His flock and leads us into the kingdom of heaven. People: We will lift our hearts to our Creator, to the One whose gifts last forever.

*Processional Hymn #577

God of Grace and God of Glory

*Affirmation of Faith #881

The Apostles’ Creed

CWM RHONDDA

I believe in God, the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth; And in Jesus Christ his only Son, our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried; the third day he rose from the dead; he ascended into heaven, and sitteth at the right hand of God the Father Almighty; from thence he shall come to judge the quick and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amen.

*Gloria Patri #71

Child of Blessing, Child of Promise Glory Be to the Father

Hymn 611

Sacrament of Holy Baptism

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Child of bless - ing, child of prom - ise, bap - tized with the Spir - it's sign;

Response Hymn #611

GREATOREX Preston Vincent Green

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with this wa - ter

God has sealed you

un - to love and grace di - vine.

Child of Blessing, Child of Promise (v.1)

STUTTGART

Words of Welcome

PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING Special Music

Sing to the Lord of Harvest

Basque Melody, arr. McRae

Give Thanks

Variation on Bohemian tune

Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam Cherub Choir

Excell

Children’s Moment

Children pre-K – second grade are invited to exit after the Children’s Moment for Children’s Church located in the Library.

Stewardship Moment

Fran Millar

Giving of the Tithe and Offering

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Offertory

Set Me as Seal Walden Musica Gloria Set me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your arm, for love is strong as death. Many waters cannot quench love; neither can the floods drown it. —SOS 8:6–7

*Doxology #95

OLD 100th

Concerns and Celebrations of the Congregation Silent Prayer Pastoral Prayer and Lord’s Prayer Choral Amen

Chancel Choir

PROCLAMATION OF THE WORD *Scripture Lesson

Luke 12:32–34

Anthem

Holiness Becometh Thine House

Sermon

Wallets that Don’t Wear Out

Owen Bouton Page 1267 Walden

Chancel Choir Holiness becometh thine house, O Lord. Holiness becometh thine house, forever.

(Gifts that Endure, Part 2)

Rev. Dan Brown

SENDING FORTH Invitation to Christian Discipleship *Hymn of Dedication #399

Take My Life, and Let It Be

MESSIAH

*Charge and Benediction *Response Hymn #431 *Postlude

Let There Be Peace on Earth

WORLD PEACE

Prelude in G, BWV 541

Bach

*Stand as you are able. Please silence mobile and electronic devices during the service. Thank you for helping us keep our Sanctuary clean by leaving all food and beverages outside. Nursery care is available for children 6 months – 3 years. Children’s Church is available for children who are pre-K – second grade. Listen for dismissal from the service. Please visit the Library for pickup after service.

ASSISTING TODAY Ushers: John Campbell—Head Usher, Scott Ackaway, Celeste Belville, Rick Freeman, Armand Glassman, Russell Henderson, Lynn Knight, Kenneth Rice Acolytes: Clara Cann, Madeline Cann, Abby Faklaris, Bradley Williams

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Concerns and Celebrations Altar Flowers In honor of William Robert Parkey IV, “Wiley,” born October 6, 2019; parents Blaine and Will Parkey; grandparents Eileen and Bernie Haddigan, great grandmother Joyce Wray. Baptism Preston Vincent Green, son of Doug and Aimee Green. (Traditional) Christian Sympathy Julie and Jeff Ackemann on the death of her father, John D. Wingfield, on October 22, 2019; grandfather of Emily and Meghan. Family and friends of Nancy Speck on her death on October 31, 2019. Prayer Concerns Bob Allen, Fred Baker, Jan Boyea, Mary Boyle, Noah Byrd, Gene Chancy, Marilyn Dalrymple, Linda Danysh, Nancy D’Ardenne, Brian DeChant, Michael Eith, Dana Ellingson, Shirley Espy, Fé Hardee, Debbie Holland, Charlie and Mary Kay Jackson, John Jones, Doug Lackey, Courtney Lamb, Jan Marion, Rev. Melton McNeill, Ann McNeill, Sandra Milhollin, Sherri Odom, Gertrude Prager, Eleanore Schleicher, Susan Scott, Joe Sewell, Sharon Stout, Ted Turner, Rev. Sonny Walden, Judy Wartluft, Joan Winter

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Announcements MINISTRY HIGHLIGHT — CONSECRATION SUNDAY

Next Sunday, Nov. 17, Dunwoody UMC will culminate our worship series “Gifts that Endure” by celebrating Consecration Sunday. We will offer our praise and thanksgiving to God and consecrate our pledges to DUMC at all three services. In addition, we will host two celebration luncheons, one after the 10:00 a.m. Sunday School hour and one after the 11:05 a.m. Traditional Service. Register to attend either of the luncheons at dunwoodyumc.org/annual-campaign or by calling the church office at 770-394-0675. We hope that you will join DUMC as we offer our gifts and celebrate our community!

WORSHIP

Gifts that Endure As the holiday season approaches, we are constantly reminded of the importance of gifts. We are reminded of God’s great gift to us in Jesus Christ. It is also an opportunity for us to talk about how we can give of ourselves in such a way that our giving endures. We hope you will join us for each of the installments in this series as we discover the joy of giving. Nov. 17

Therefore...Give Thanks, Hebrews 12: 28–29; Luke 17: 11–19

Poinsettias 2019 This holiday season, consider purchasing poinsettias in honor or memory of family member or friend for $10 per arrangement. Poinsettias will be displayed through the Christmas worship services. The deadline to order is Sunday, Dec. 1. To order online, please visit dunwoodyumc.org or contact susan.kee@ dunwoodyumc.org, 770-394-0675 ext. 112. Although it will not appear on your statement, the cost is a donation to the church. Flowers can be picked up after the last service on Christmas Eve, or Thursday, Dec. 26. Volunteers are needed to deliver poinsettias, Monday Dec. 16, to our homebound members. To volunteer, contact Susan Kee.

GROWTH

VEiL: Creative Talents of Sally Murphy VEiL (Visual Art Exhibits in the Library) invites you to enjoy the creative talents of Sally Murphy. Her work will be on display in the Library through end of the holidays. Please drop in following any of the three Worship Services on Nov. 17 for an informal meet-and-greet with our featured artist. Advent Study Wednesdays, Nov. 20, Dec. 4, 11 and 18. Afternoon option: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Room 240. Bring a lunch! Evening option: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Room 258. Both studies are open to all. This study focuses on hope, love, joy and peace and the discussion of the book, “Christmas Gifts That Won’t Break.” Led by Rev. Kathy Brockman. The study is free to attend, and books cost $12. To register and pre-order a book, please visit dunwoodyumc.org/adults-small-group-studies. Books will be available on the first day of the study.

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Discover DUMC Second Sunday of every month, 9:55 a.m., meet in the church office lobby. Join us for a single-session gathering to ask questions about the church in a friendly, casual environment. Contact valerie.pitrof@dunwoodyumc.org or 770-394-0675 ext. 136 to register for the class.

MISSION

Habitat for Humanity “Brush with Kindness” Rescheduled Saturday, Nov. 16, 9:00 a.m. The Habitat for Humanity “Brush with Kindness” service project that was rained-out at the Great Day of Service, has been rescheduled. We are actively looking for volunteers (ages 16+) to help paint a house. Contact Jack Whitley at jwhitley47@aol.com or 404-219-1377. Out of Africa by Mary Kay Jackson Sunday, Nov. 24, 9:55 a.m. – 10:55 a.m., Parlor. Join the Pacesetters class for a presentation by long-time DUMC member Mary Kay Jackson who is a missionary in Ghana, West Africa. This is a ministry that members of DUMC have supported for a number of years. She will share a look back at the ministry over the past 13 years and give a glimpse at what the future may hold. Angel Tree If you like shopping, there are many local ministries that can use tangible help this holiday season. Please visit our Angel Tree in the main lobby of the Activities Building. Choose one or more ornaments from the tree to help make Christmas very merry for our neighbors in need.

SUPPORT

Surviving the Holidays Without You Monday, Dec. 2, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Parlor. Holidays are difficult, especially when you’re grieving the loss of someone you love. Bea Presley, licensed professional counselor at the Summit at Dunwoody UMC office, will be here to help you find ways to cope and grieve well during the upcoming Christmas season, no matter when your loss occurred. Contact JoAnn Akers at akersjoann@gmail.com or 678-352-8334 with questions.


DivorceCare Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Parlor. DivorceCare is a weekly support group for those going through, having gone through or about to go through divorce. Sessions are stand alone; join when you find us. Book fee is $20. Contact Cathy Wright at 404-509-6656 to register. Free nursery for ages 5 and younger; register by calling Debbie Lowrey at 770-394-0675 or debbie.lowrey@dunwoodyumc.org. Early Stage Support Group—The Alzheimer’s Association Second Thursday of the month, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., Room 243/244. This program is sponsored by The Alzheimer’s Association and is designed to provide education, support and connection for persons with a dementia diagnosis and their care partners. Call the Alzheimer’s Association at 800-272-3900 for more information or to register for our next session. Alzheimer’s/Dementia Support Group Second Thursday of the month, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., Wesley Room. If you have a loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s or any of the other dementias, such as vascular or Parkinson’s dementia, there is a confidential caring support group. For more information, contact JoAnn Akers at 678-352-8334. Stephen Ministry You don’t have to go through difficult times alone. Our Stephen Ministers are ready to provide you with confidential, one-toone, Christian care to help you get through a tough time. Call Pat DeBolt at 404-931-5443 to learn more. Huntcliff Summit Assisted Living First and third Sundays of the month, 4:00 p.m., 8480 Roswell Rd. Join us for fellowship, singing and a brief meditation with the residents of Huntcliff Summit Assisted Living. Contact kathy. brockman@dunwoodyumc.org with questions.

FELLOWSHIP DUMC Book Group Second Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m., Parlor. This group meets for group discussion on selected books. The next meeting is Nov. 12 to discuss, “A Gentleman in Moscow” by Amor Towles. Deck the Halls Party Volunteers Wednesday, Dec. 4, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Youth Suite. Volunteers are needed to greet attendees, help kids make advent crafts and serve hot chocolate and cookies! This is a great time for adults without young children to connect with our youngest generation of members. Wednesday Night Supper Wednesdays through Dec. 4, 5:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. The menu for Wednesday, Nov. 13: honey glazed pecan crusted chicken, pepper steak, yukon potatoes, corn fiesta, steamed broccoli, salad bar and dessert. Children’s menu option: chicken tenders, yukon potatoes and vegetables. Weekly reservations are required by Mondays at 12:00 p.m. Visit dunwoodyumc. org/wednesday-nights to make a reservation. Contact robin. yearns@dunwoodyumc.org or 770-394-0675 with questions.

SPORTS AND LEISURE

Thursday Afternoon Bridge Group The second and fourth Thursdays, 12:45 p.m., Young Adult Area. Men and women of all ages are invited to play. Contact Alan Raby at 770-393-3293 for details.

MUSIC

Organ Dedication Concert played by organist Isabelle Demers Sunday, Nov. 17, 4:00 p.m., DUMC Sanctuary. Dunwoody UMC Ministry of Music is pleased to announce an Organ Dedication Concert featuring the new 100-rank Quimby organ, played by organist Isabelle Demers. We invite you to join as she performs works from Alkan, Bach, Beethoven, Vierne and others. This event is sponsored in part by Quimby Pipe Organs, Inc. Admission is free. For more information, visit dunwoodyumc.org/music. Please contact music@ dunwoodyumc.org with questions. Christmas Concert featuring John Rutter’s “Gloria” Sunday, Dec. 15, at 3:30 p.m., Sanctuary. Dunwoody UMC’s annual Christmas Concert featuring John Rutter’s “Gloria.” For more information, contact music@dunwoodyumc.org.

NURSERY

Weekday Drop-In Nursery/Childcare The Weekday Drop-In Nursery is open Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for church and preschool families, in addition to community families. The cost for is $30 per day for church and preschool families and $35 per day for the community. Early morning drop-in and late pick up options are available. For reservations or more information, please contact debbie.lowrey@dunwoodyumc.org.

PRESCHOOL

Preschool Tours Nov. 14 and 21, Dec. 5 and 12, Jan. 9, 10:00 a.m. Tours of the DUMC preschool will be available this winter. Preschool Director, Amy Rohan will host a brief information session followed by a tour of our accredited preschool. Please sign up for a tour by emailing preschool@dunwoodyumc.org or calling 770-394-2555.

CHILDREN

Deck the Halls—Advent Decorating Party and Dinner Wednesday, Dec. 4, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Join us for Wednesday Night Supper, and bring your entire family to make an Advent craft together in the Youth Area. Please consider offering a cash donation to cover craft supplies. Please RSVP for Wednesday Night Supper by visiting dunwoodyumc.org/ wednesday-nights or contact robin.yearns@dunwoodyumc.org or 770-394-0675. Family Christmas Concert and Advent Celebration Sunday, Dec. 8, 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Sanctuary. We invite you and your family to DUMC’s annual Family Christmas Concert led by the Youth and Children’s Choirs. Following the Family Christmas Concert, please join us for fellowship and a live Nativity on the lawn. 8


YOUTH

Christmas Tree Pre-Sales We are currently taking orders now through Nov. 28 for presale Christmas trees. Order today by visiting dunwoodyumc. org. The trees will arrive on Nov. 29 at 8:00 a.m. Sign up to volunteer for a tree lot shift by emailing youth@dunwoodyumc. org with the days and times that you are available. Tree lot hours: Monday – Friday, 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Saturdays, 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Sundays, 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Middle School Night (MSN) Second and fourth Sundays, 6:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m., Youth Area. Middle school students meet for food, friends, fun, teaching and small groups. Whether you’re in a small group or not, there is a place for you at Middle School Night! Bring a friend. High School Night (HSN) First and third Sundays, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., Youth Area. High school students meet for food, hangout time, games and teaching. Bring a friend from school or a neighbor—there’s a place for every high school student to connect with friends, meet new people and grow in faith. Stay Involved Visit dunwoodyumc.org/youth for more information about our weekly events and how to stay connected with us through our weekly newsletter.

YOUNG ADULT

GraceTime—UMW Circle Tuesday, Nov. 19, 7:00 p.m., Young Adult Suite. Join us for our Cookie Swap and White Elephant Gift Holiday Celebration! Bring cookies to swap and a small gift for our White Elephant exchange. Contact DUMCYA@gmail.com for more info or visit our DUMCYA Facebook page.

WOMEN

Family Living and Giving Circle Monday, Nov. 11, 11:00 a.m., Parlor (new location). Our speaker is Jamie Lackey from Helping Mamas, a nonprofit organization that provides essential baby items for moms in need. UMW Serving and Sharing Circle Meeting Tuesday, Nov. 12, 9:30 a.m., Young Adult Suite. Special guest Rev. Keith Lawder will join us. For more information, please contact Betty Ringley at 770-704-4407, or Ann Stone at 770-399-1887. “Oh, The Power!”—A Dunwoody UMW Book Club Sponsored Event Tuesday, Nov. 12, 7:00 p.m., Young Adult Suite. Zoe Hicks, a nationally published author, speaker, teacher and attorney discusses her book, “Oh, The Power!” This is Zoe’s fifth inspirational book, and it’s filled with true stories about the power of prayer. “Prayer is the secret weapon, the unseen force in healings, battles, wars, elections, meetings and destinies,” says Zoe. The book will be available for purchase on Nov. 12 ($15 each cash/check). All proceeds benefit DUMW Missions. For more information or to order a book before Nov. 12, contact Shirley Layne at shirley.layne@gmail.com.

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UMW Reading Program Book Club Meeting Monday, Nov. 18, 7:00 p.m., Parlor. The UMW Book Club will meet to discuss the first selection from the 2020 UMW Reading List, “When Others Shuddered: Eight Women Who Refused to Give Up” by Jamie Janosz. It is the story of eight women called to serve God, and in doing so, changed the world. Kristen Eaton is our discussion leader. Contact Shirley Layne at shirley.layne@gmail.com. Green and White Banquet Tuesday, Dec. 3, 7:00 p.m., Fellowship Hall. Make your reservation for the 49th annual Green and White Banquet sponsored by Dunwoody United Methodist Women. Enjoy special music, a delicious buffet and an inspirational program featuring Atlanta Journal-Constitution feature writer Gracie Bonds Staples. Please register at dunwoodyumc.org/women. The cost is $12 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the above web page, or via check payable to DUMW and provided to your Circle Chair by November 17. Contact Erin Griffin with questions at 404-394-9886 or engriff@yahoo.com.

SENIOR ADULTS

New Friends Monday, Nov. 11, 11:30 a.m., Memphis Barbecue Co., 4764 Ashford Dunwoody Rd. We are a group of widowed friends (men and women) who enjoy lunch out on the second Monday of each month. To RSVP, contact Betty Moreland by Nov. 4 at 770-641-8519. Brunch, Cyclorama and the Atlanta History Center Tour Tuesday, Nov. 19. Carpools will depart from the church at 9:45 a.m. We will enjoy brunch at the OK Café (1284 W Paces Ferry Road). Afterwards, we will visit the Atlanta History Center at 1:15 p.m. (130 West Paces Ferry Road NW) to see the newly refurbished Cyclorama. Tickets cost $13 (due by Friday, Nov. 15), and brunch is an individual expense. Tickets include the History Museum, numerous gardens and three historic houses. Each carpool can decide how long they wish to stay and what other places to visit after the Cyclorama. Drivers needed. Register and pay online at dunwoodyumc.org/calendar, or call Susan Kee at 770-394-0675 ext. 112. Christmas at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center Friday, Dec. 6, 9:30 a.m. Please join us in visiting Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. This historic mansion will be elaborately decorated by top professional holiday designers. Carpool will leave from DUMC at 9:30 a.m., and drivers are needed. Tickets are $10, and we will stop for a nearby brunch on the way. Brunch will be an individual expense. To register, pay and discuss the carpool, contact Susan Kee in the church office at 770-394-0675. Please bring an unwrapped gift for Toys for Tots. Deadline for payment is Monday, Dec. 2. Seniorcizers Thursdays, 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., Aerobics Room on second floor. This class is co-ed, and includes low-impact aerobics, stretching, balance and strength training. Chairs are optional the entire class. No reservation is required. Contact certified instructor, Jean Kennedy at 770-804-1202 or jeanjvkennedy@ bellsouth.net with questions


This Week’s Highlights Sunday, November 10, 2019 Discover DUMC Bells Aflame Youth Handbell Rehearsal Youth Choir Rehearsal Disciple I Fast Track Radical Mentoring Reunion Dinner Middle School Night (MSN)

9:55AM 4:00PM 4:45PM 5:00PM 5:30PM 6:00PM

Monday, November 11, 2019 Disciple I Fast Track Disciple II Fast Track Women’s Choir Rehearsal Family Living and Giving Circle Basketball Practices Soccer Practices – Cancelled Girl Scout TCM Training Session Handbell Choir Rehearsal Girl Scout Leaders Meeting Women’s AA Stephen Ministry

10:00AM 10:00AM 11:00AM 11:00AM 4:30PM 5:00PM 6:00PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 7:00PM 7:00PM

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 UMW Bible Study Serving and Sharing Circle Meeting VFW Post 10822 Meeting Empower Fitness Class Pickleball Basketball Practices Soccer Practices – Cancelled Missions Council Meeting UMW Spiritual Growth Circle Book Club Worship Committee UMW Working Women’s Network Meeting

9:30AM 9:30AM 11:30AM 12:45PM 3:00PM 4:30PM 5:00PM 6:00PM 6:30PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 Empower Fitness Class Atlanta Community Food Bank Disciple III Fast Track

8:30AM 8:30AM 10:00AM

Serving Together Circle Meeting Li’l Lambs Rehearsal Tone Chimes Rehearsal Basketball Practices Cherubs Rehearsal Carol Choir Rehearsal Crusader Choir Rehearsal Soccer Practices – Cancelled Wednesday Night Supper Grace Kids Midweek Prayer and Communion Service Divorce Care Called: Hearing and Responding to God’s Voice Chancel Choir Rehearsal

3:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 4:30PM 5:00PM 5:00PM 5:00PM 5:00PM 5:30PM 5:45PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 7:00PM 7:00PM

Thursday, November 14, 2019 Seniorcizers Alzheimer/Dementia Alzheimer’s Early Stage Support Group American Legion Post 134 Bridge Dunwoody UMC Empower Fitness Class Basketball Practices Soccer Practices – Cancelled Knitting Big Book Study

9:00AM 10:00AM 10:00AM 11:00AM 12:30PM 12:45PM 4:30PM 5:00PM 7:00PM 8:00PM

Friday, November 15, 2019 Empower Fitness Class Spalding Garden Club Monthly Meeting Basketball Practices Soccer Practices – Cancelled Men’s AA

8:30AM 8:30AM 4:30PM 5:00PM 6:30PM

Saturday, November 16, 2019 Soccer Games – Cancelled Basketball Games N GA Conference Response Team Training

8:00AM 8:30AM 10:00AM

NURSERY DOORS TO BE LOCKED

The doors from the south parking lot between the Chapel and the playground will be locked during church business hours for the safety of our children. Members and guests are kindly asked to use the Activities Building church entrance.

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DUNWOODY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1548 Mt. Vernon Road Dunwoody, GA 30338 Phone: 770-394-0675 After Hours: 770-542-1667 mail@dunwoodyumc.org www.dunwoodyumc.org Prayer Line: 770-671-8239 prayer@dunwoodyumc.org Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday Senior Pastor: Rev. Dan Brown Associate Pastors: Rev. Josh Amerson, Rev. Kathy Brockman, Rev. Calissa Dauterman, Rev. David Melton, Rev. Sonny Walden Organ: Mary Ruth Solem Audio Visual: Ed Trundle

STAY CONNECTED Subscribe to DUMC emails dunwoodyumc.org/forms. Friday morning’s eConnections includes a weekly message from Rev. Dan Brown and a listing of upcoming events. You can also subscribe to Daily Readings, Christian Sympathy, Children’s Ministry updates, Youth News and Seasonal Devotionals. Watch the 8:45 a.m. Contemporary and 11:05 a.m. Traditional Services at home with Livestream. Log on to livestream.com/dunwoodyumc. Follow Dunwoody United Methodist Church on Facebook and Instagram.

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11-10-19 Combined Bulletin  

11-10-19 Combined Bulletin  

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