October 30, 2016 24th Sunday after Pentecost Sermon "Oh, I Seeeee!" by Pastor Barbara Marks Children's Sermon by John Blossom
Please join us for worship Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
The Elk’s Lodge 44 Maynard Street, Middletown, CT
2 Thessalonians 1:1-4,11-12 & Luke 19:1-10 ~ Announcements:
Revival Study Continues – Adam Hamilton uses his storytelling talent to take us on a six-week journey through England tracing the life of John Wesley. Wesley’s message and his faith continues to speak to us, calling for a revival of our hearts and souls so that our world might be changed. His story is our story. It’s our heritage, it defines our faith, and it challenges us to rediscover our spiritual passion. Please sign up today! (if you would like to study on a weeknight please see John Blossom)
Tres Dias– A basic course in Christianity that will draw you closer to Jesus. Experience this retreat weekend for Women, Nov 17-20. Ask Pastor Barbara for more information and how it changed her life.
Let’s Grow – On Saturday, November 19th from 8 am to 4 pm. Transforming Community… Laity Convocation NYAC. I am hoping every member will consider going to this important meeting with dynamic speaker, Reverend David Gilmore. Enjoy inspirational worship, workshops, fellowship, communion, and (breakfast, lunch, and book). Stamford Hilton (1 First Stamford Place Stamford, CT). ----- If you to go we will find a way!! Ask Pastor Barbara for details.
The Sew ‘n’ Sew’s - will meet the second Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m. at Heritage Commons. Bring a brown bag lunch. Please see Rachel Titus for more information.
The United Methodist Men - meet at the parsonage for a men’s breakfast Saturday, November 5th, and the first Saturday of each month. Bring a friend! See David Marks or Warren Western for more information.
Harvest Fair - will be on November 12, 2016, at the parsonage. We will be having crafts, bake table, lunch, silent action, and more…. Need more information? Please contact the church office (860) 346-3689 for more details.
Soups On! – On November 20th, Its time to be thinking about Methodist soup. Can you help? We need eight people to make soup (we will pick up)or you can deliver it to St Vincent De Pauls. We will also take monetary donations and cookies too. See Marsha Judson for details.
Amazing Grace Donations – can now be brought to church any Sunday. In addition to tuna and cereal, they are looking for donations of oatmeal, coffee and soup. Please contact Marsha Judson with any questions at (860) 346-0005.