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Please join us for worship
Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
The Elk’s Lodge
44 Maynard Street, Middletown, CT
Holy Week -
- Maundy Thursday service on April 13th, at 7 p.m. 221 Ridge Rd
- Easter Sunday- April 16- 10am Elks Ballroom 44 Maynard St
Easter Flowers – money is now OVERDUE… Please forward your payment to Nancy Burton or the church office. And remember to take the flowers that you ordered after the Easter Service.
RESTORED-Lenten DVD Book Study – TODAY - What comes to mind when you hear the word mess? Your home? Your schedule during a particularly busy week at work? Your family? Messes are a part of being human and a part of living in a messy and broken world. The good news is that God is in the mess – not making the mess but working to redeem and restore it.
Special Offering – will be collected for “Days for Girls” throughout the month of April… Please leave your offering in the discretionary plate.
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 Barbara Hendershot for more information.
Finance Committee - will meet Wednesday, April 12th at 7pm, at the Parsonage. Please see Warren Western for more information.
Trustee Committee - will meet Wednesday, April 19th at 7pm, at the Parsonage. Please see Bill Collins for more information.
SPPR Committee - will meet Wednesday, April 26th at 7pm, at the Parsonage. Please see Sharon Riley for more information.
The United Methodist Men - meet at the parsonage for a men’s breakfast Saturday, May 6th, and the first Saturday of each month. Bring a friend! See David Marks or Warren Western for more information.
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.
Days for Girls –is an organization that provides quality sustainable feminine hygiene kits and education to girls and women in over 75 countries to help reverse the cycle of poverty. Activities include sewing, ironing, folding, snapping, prepping, etc. Fabric donations are also appreciated. There are no requirements to participate, besides a desire to do so. All are welcome and encouraged to participate. Please contact Megan Camp for more information via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person at Sunday service!