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United Methodist Women Cluster/All Church Breakfast

Everyone is invited to the UMW Cluster and All-Church Breakfast to be held Saturday, April 10, 9:00 a.m. at the church. The Broken Strings Praise Band will provide the entertainment. Men, women and children are welcome!

Native American Ministries Sunday

The offering on this Special Sunday educates Native American seminarians, plants Native American churches and cultivates Native American outreach. In today’s economy your contributions are critical to The United Methodist Church, honoring its commitment to ministries that support more than 20,000 Native Americans. Special offering envelopes are located in each vestibule and will be included in the bulletins on April 18. Please give generously.

J.O.Y. Circle News

Jesus – Others – You

Sunday, May 9, the JOY Circle is sponsoring a “Celebrate the Women in Your Life” Breakfast, to be held between the SpiritLight and Tradition Keepers worship services. Any woman in the congregation is invited to attend. The men of the church have been asked to prepare breakfast to those in attendance. A love offering will be taken to defray the cost of the food. Hope we can count on you!
The next JOY Circle meeting will be held on April 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Ronnie Sensinger. Blondie Beck is co-hostess and Deanna Tropea will offer devotions.

Health and Welfare

Good news! Mission accomplished! Two really large shopping bags filled to overflowing with Campbell Soup labels were taken to New Life Youth & Family Services. They were very grateful and asked us to continue saving the labels. Thanks for your awesome support this past year. God bless you and save those labels. New Life is “changing lives – building futures.” Let’s do our part.

As seen in the local newspaper: Local canning project helps “meat” the need of the hungry. The mobile meat canner sponsored by the Mennonites was set up on the campus of Christopher Dock Mennonite High School from March 30 to April 1. Local volunteers gathered to process more than 24,000 pounds of meat. Approximately 100 volunteers helped to fill, work and label the canned meat and prepare boxes for shipping to areas with the most need. This is a project held annually. Together they answered the call to "Feed the Need.”

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