A Weekly Newsletter of Brentwood United Methodist Church
THE BEAM February 3 -9, 2013
LIVING like Jesus, bringing JOY to God
bringing Joy to God
In worship last week we celebrated our new church vision statement: Living like Jesus, Bringing joy to God. Stop by the information desk in the Narthex and get a vinyl cling that you may put somewhere you’ll see every day (like your bathroom mirror, your refrigerator, etc.) so that it can help shape your daily decisions, choices and activities. If you missed last weekend’s sermon, listen online at www.bumc.net/sermons.
Brentwood United Methodist Church
Ash Wednesday Worship February 13, 6:30 pm. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the season of Lent and is a great time to focus on how we can live like Jesus and bring joy to God. Ashes from the palms from last year’s Palm Sunday are blessed and used to mark the forehead of each worshiper. Childcare for children 3 and under.
Welcome, Centurymen! Our 8:30 am worship service is blessed to have The Centurymen, a 100-voice men’s choir composed of professional musicians to lead in worship today. Public performances by The Centurymen include extensive touring in the United States, nationwide telecasts including the CBS Early Show, and church and concert hall appearances. Concert tours in foreign countries include Brazil, The People’s Republic of China, Russia, Poland, The Czech Republic, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Switzerland, Israel, and Turkey. To Daddies of girls ages K-5! Take your little sweetheart(s) to the Valentine Dance! February 8, 6:30-8:30 in Haney Hall. $25 per family. Snacks and a photo included. Register at bumc.net/formenonly.
Learn how our youth are Living Like Jesus. Join us in Bringing Joy to God in a Church-Wide Celebration You Don’t Want to Miss! Share the Spirit 2013 Sunday, March 3, 7:00 pm, Sanctuary Join us as youth lead us in a time of Worship and Celebration for all that God is doing in our lives. Please invite your family, friends and neighbors to this service of powerful testimonies and inspiring worship. The goal is to fill the Sanctuary with congregation and community! A love offering will be collected during the Celebration service to supplement the costs of the Youth Choir Tours and Mission Trips. Prior to the Worship Celebration, at 5 pm, we will carry on our wonderful tradition of the Share the Spirit auction and dinner, with a live auction ONLY. Auction tickets will be limited, and will be on sale in the Breezeway, Sundays, February 10 - 24. Please prayerfully consider how God is calling you to contribute to this year’s Share the Spirit. Patient Advocate Ministry Has New Interim Director The Board of Directors for the Patient Advocate Ministry announces that Director, Tammy Hakim, resigned in November to start her own business, and that long time member and PAM Board Member Dottie Campbell, RN has assumed the role of Director on an interim basis. Dottie brings a wealth of experience in hospice care and a broad nursing background to this role as well as her skill in advocating for the needs of patients and families. Contact Dottie at 480-0357 or email email@example.com . Thanks to all who have volunteered your expertise to this ministry.
STUDENTS 7th - 12th Grades
Sunday, February 3 9:45 am Sunday School 7th - 8th – Jr. High Room 9th-12th – Combined due to Choir Retreat (Tabernacle) Not a Reunion Sunday. 10th-12th – Church Now 11:00 am Jubilation & Sonshine sing in worship following weekend retreat No Sunday evening activities. Monday, February 4 6:45 am Manfest w/ Travis at Dimple’s Deli 3:30 pm Meet at BUMC for Harvest Hands Tuesday, February 5 6:30 am Tuesday Breakfast Club with Lindsay at Brueggers’ Bagels 4:00 pm Middle School Hangtime w/ Neal , BUMC 6:15 pm Meet at BUMC for Game Night Ministry at Room in the Inn Wednesday, February 6 3:30 pm Meet at BUMC for 61st Ave. UMC’s after school program 6:00 pm Meet the Youth Staff in the Café to walk across together for dinner 7:00 pm Bible Studies & Youth Confirmation New Sunday Night Series February 10, 17, and 24 series on love, sex, purity, and relationships. Senior Sunday School 10 am – 11 am February 10 - 23 and March 10; March 17 – off campus, check senior email for details.
Ways to Connect Paid Children’s Ministry Volunteer Coordinator Part-time (15 hours) contact Deltina Storey for job description at 324-8215 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Singles In Fellowship: • Super Bowl Party Sunday, February 3, 4-9 pm, Singles space. Bring ingredients as follows: Last Name: A-D bring Shredded Cheese, E-H bring Sour Cream, I-L bring Tomatoes, M-O bring Lettuce, P-S bring Salsa, T-V bring Onions, and W-Z bring Black Olives. The church will provide taco meat, taco shells and drinks. • Game Night Fridays in February, 5:30 - 9:30 pm, Singles Space Join us for an assortment of games, food, and fellowship! We ask that you bring a food item to share. We will be accepting sock/clothing donations for Room in the Inn and children books and toys for Bethlehem Shelter. • Boundaries Class Wednesdays, February 6–March 27, 6:30-8:00 pm, Singles Space, Cost: $21. What are boundaries? Why do I need them? Come find answers to these and other questions! Register at bumc.net/supportandeducation • Transparenting Saturday, February 16, 10 am - 2 pm, Singles Space, Cost: $25. Divorcing, separating, and never-married parents will learn ways to minimize the negative impact of divorce or separation on children. Register online at bumc.net/singlescalendar. FREE 4-Part Seminar for Parents of Teenagers: Raising Teens in the 21st Century, Sundays, through February 17, 5- 7pm, Trinity Church, 3011 Longford Drive, Spring Hill. Led by James G. Wellborn, PhD. Open to all parents of teens. Includes dinner & childcare. Register at drjameswellborn.com. Boy Scout Troop 1 Annual Spaghetti Dinner Saturday, February 9 Tickets on sale Sundays, January 27 & February 3, 8:15am - 12:15 pm, Breezeway. Buy your tickets and support this BUMC ministry that builds character, responsibility, and leadership in our young boys! Red Cross Blood Drive Update The next blood drive is Sunday, February 10 from 7:30 am to 12:30 pm. However, the Red Cross will only be able to send one bus due to mandatory FDA training in February and a resulting staff shortage! Our goal is only 25 productive units of blood and we will be only have room for about 30 to sign in for registration. More information and future dates can be found at bumc.net/ blooddrive.
Share the Spirit Auction & Worship Celebration March 3
New Adult Choir Forming - Rehearsals Begin February 10 Sundays, beginning February 10, 5 to 6 pm, adult choir room All adult singers are invited to join us as we sing periodically at different worship services, generally following school calendars. Styles include original choral songs, traditional choral anthems, and contemporary praise songs. The group will be led by Tim Hickman, accompanied by Jeff Byers. Contact Tim at tghhickman@ gmail.com. Childcare provided by reservation to email@example.com.
New Orleans Spring Break Family Mission Trip registration is available online with $100 deposit. Open to 7th-12th grade and adults. March 24-29
PEP Club (55+) Tuesday, February 12, 6:30 pm, Haney Hall All persons 55+ are invited for a covered dish dinner followed by fellowship and a discussion on programming.
Summer Trips: Nashville Mission Trip & Camp Barnabas registration is available at www.bumc.net/register.
iPad Class [Sponsored by the Senior Adult Ministry Team] February 23, Room A291 BUMC Student Anjuli Young will be teaching an introductory class on how to use an iPad. Class is free. To register, contact Julie Donley at jdonley@bumc. net or 324-7254. Space is limited.
Senior Retreat February 22-23. Register online.
Ways to SERVE
For more info on all missions call Mike Dennison @324-7222 or Maya Knighten @324-8211.
Infants - 6th Grade
Thank You BUMC for Your Support of the AIDS Angel Tree “Thank you all so much for your phenomenally generous response to our patients’ children’s Christmas wishes. All of us- patients and staff are deeply touched by the compassion and support demonstrated by your efforts. The gifts you gave were the only Christmas presents many of children received. We are extremely grateful for your support.” Dr. Stephen Raffanti, Medical Director Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic.
Sunday, February 3
Honduras Medical Mission Trip - April 14-21 Thank you to all who attended the Informational Meeting. Space is limited. Sign up now to change your life while showing compassion to Honduran families in need of medical assistance and compassion. Contact Mike Dennison 324-7222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Godly Play at 8:30 and 11 am worship services (preschool)
Haiti Mission Trip - June15 - 22 Be part of a 15-member team to travel to Jacmel, Haiti to assist in ongoing projects. First priority will be given to church members who have not been to Haiti previously with Restore Haiti. Parents and teenagers 15 and older welcome. Reservation requires a $200 non-refundable deposit (trip cost is $1,600). Contact: Dan Elkins 615-347-4821.
Save the Date! Parenting Seminars presented by Daystar Counseling, Raising Boys, April 10 and Raising Girls, April 17.
Second Saturdays at Graceworks 1st quarter dates: February 9 & March 9 9 am – noon or 1–4 pm. Registration preferred to determine work projects. Go to www. bumc.net/register. Workdays happen each month on the 2nd Saturday. Join us to tag and organize merchandise for the thrift store, clean building, move warehouse items, and more. Make new friends, be a part of something new and vigorous right here in Williamson County. No special skills required and it is a great family activity! Graceworks is located at 104 Southeast Pkwy. in Franklin near the Columbia Dr. Target.
harvest hands (www.harvesthandscdc.com) Harvest Hands is a catalyst for Christ-centered, wholistic community development working alongside our neighbors to further healthy living, education, spiritual formation and economic development in South Nashville. After-school Program Volunteers Needed Once a week commitment, MondayThursday, 4:30-6:00 or Friday from 4:00-5:00. Work with a small group of 8-10 students helping with homework, assisting in educational activities and building relationships with students. Program begins Monday, January 7, and ends Thursday, May 27. Contact Abby at email@example.com or 615-499-4963 if you’re interested in volunteering. Volunteers needed to participate in renovation of second affordable home! Renovations begin this week and continue through April. If you’ve been involved with Habitat for Humanity or if you’re a handman/handywoman we would love to have you partner with us during the week or on weekends. BUMC member, Bill Paris, will be leading these efforts. Contact Gabby Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 615-499-4963.
who to contact Adult Studies/Small Grps Judith Bone, 324-7258 email@example.com Caring Ministry Kaye Harvey, 373-3663 firstname.lastname@example.org Children’s Ministry Ellen Garrett, 577-7261 email@example.com
Mission & Outreach Mike Dennison, 324-7222, firstname.lastname@example.org Single Adult Ministry Shebbie Shields, 324-7240 email@example.com Student Ministry Travis Garner, 324-7229 firstname.lastname@example.org
To Get Connected Jeff Wilson, 324-8208 email@example.com Worship & Music Shannon Garrett, 577-7267 firstname.lastname@example.org Communications Carol Bumbalough, 324-7220 email@example.com
Sunday School 9:45 am - Preschool to 6th Grade Nursery 8am to 12pm for infants - 3 years.
Elementary Ministry is seeking a Resource Room organizer. Contact Beth Lentchner at firstname.lastname@example.org
H.I.G.H.W.A.Y. 56 5th & 6th Grades Sunday, February 3 Sunday School 9:45 am in the GYM Confirmation Friend In Faith Luncheon (6th grade) 12-2 pm in the GYM Confirmands and their friends in faith come and celebrate the journey of faith and service they will take together. 6th Grade Choir Festival Rehearsal 2 pm Evening Schedule: No Confirmation, Mileage, or Alleluia Choir Wednesday, February 6 Extra Mile 6:15 PM, C305 February 8-10 6th Grade Alleluia Choir Road Trip to Atlanta Save the Date! Created by God for 6th graders April 4 - 6. Bridge Retreat for current 4th, 5th, & 6th graders July 25-28.
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
309 Franklin Road Brentwood, Tn 37027 615-373-3663 www.bumc.net
WORSHIP Saturday Evening 6:00 pm Casual Traditional Worship in the Chapel Sunday Morning 8:30 am Traditional/Blended Worship with Youth Choir 9:45 am Classes for Children, Students, and Adults 9:50 am Contemporary Worship with Worship Band 11:00 am Traditional Worship with Adult Chancel Choir 11:00 am Classes for Adults Wednesday Morning 6:45 am Prayer Service (Sanctuary)
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WORSHIP ATTENDANCE January 26/27 2,514
CONGREGATIONAL CARE AND CARING MINISTRIES www.bumc.net/encouragement RESOURCES
Adoption Support & Orphan Ministry Contact: Vanessa Bonner, 832-5343 Cancer Support: Partners in Hope Contact: Jeanetta Fargo, 435-3716 email@example.com Domestic Abuse Contact: Caroline Beavers, 371-2550. Email Intercessary Prayer Team Contact: Bill Fleenor, firstname.lastname@example.org Emergency Financial & Food Assistance Contact: Maya Broaden-knighten, 373-3663, ext. 211, email@example.com Encouragement Cards: GraceNotes Contact: Rachael Melton, firstname.lastname@example.org Financial Coaching (Trained Mentors) Contact: Rev. Kaye Harvey, email@example.com Home-centered Visitation Contact: Rev. Erin Racine, firstname.lastname@example.org Home Health Product Assistance Contact: Scottish Rite, 259-3434 Home Repairs: Handy Man Ministry Contact: 373-3690, x398, email@example.com Infertility Support Contact: Gretchen Voyles, firstname.lastname@example.org Memory Loss Caregiver Respite: Sunny Day Club Contact: Katie Anderson, 370-9467 Patient Advocate Ministry Contact: Rev. Kaye Harvey, 373-3663 email@example.com Short-term Meals: Fishes & Loaves Contact: Katie Winstead firstname.lastname@example.org Spiritual Counseling with Pastors Contact: Julie Donley, 324-7254, email@example.com or Carla Barrios, 373-3663 x252, firstname.lastname@example.org Brentwood United Methodist Church Counseling Center for children, youth & families. www.bumc.net/counselingcenter It is home to experts in helping families and individuals resolve real life problems.
HOSPITAL VISITATION AT BUMC The Pastoral Staff of BUMC visits area hospitals on a regular and rotating basis. Hospitals do not inform the church when its members are admitted. Please let the church know if you (or a family member) are hospitalized by contacting Julie Donley, email@example.com, 615-324-7254.
GROUPS AA Groups 1 pm, Monday-Sunday, BH 102 9 am, Monday (For Women Only), BH102 8:30 am, Tuesday & Thursday, BH102 7 pm, Tuesday & Thursday, BH201 7 pm, Friday (For Men Only), BH 101 11:30 am, Mon, Wed, Fri, BH102 ADHD Adult; Spouse Workshops Contact: Terry Huff, 627-4191 Al-Anon Tuesdays, 7 pm, Buchanan House 102 Alzheimer’s Contact: Barbara Jones, 373-1941 or Sue Dill, 970-8393 Career Transitions Each Monday, 6:30 pm - Haney Hall Contact: Hal Hassall, 972-5119 Divorce Recovery Contact: Shebbie Shields, 324-7240 Eating Disorders Anonymous Sundays, 4 pm, Buchanan House 102 Contact: Courtney Muse, 594-8552 Grief Support Contact: Alive Hospice, 963-4732. MS Self Help Contact: Sandie Mountz, 376-5395.
When “Pull Yourself Together” Doesn’t Work! If things just aren’t coming together and you’re still hurting-- Stephen Ministers Can Help! If you are going through a difficult time, a Stephen Minister can bring God’s warm love back into your life through their one on one confidential care. Call Sheryl at 373-3690 ext.394 or Rev. Kaye Harvey at 373-3663.