Announcements - July 10, 2022

Announcements for Sunday, July 10, 2022! 
Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

In-Person Worship begins at 9:30am (Contemporary Service) and 11am (Traditional Service)

 

ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE

for Sunday, July 10, 2022 will be available on Sunday at Ginter Park United Methodist’s Facebook page and on the YouTube channel

PRAYER CONCERNS

Marylin Miles, David Charles Vance, Ruth Blevins, Christy (daughter of Conway and Mary Liz Kehoe), Beth Quist, Ukraine, Betty Ford (two eye surgeries), Cheryl Roberts, Roy Quist, Our Afghan evacuees, Edith Bassett, Carolyse Walters, Julie Duke, Rev. Wendy Rhodhamel (friend of Roy Quist), Richard Fournier, Cindy Jones, Louise Wood, Robert Jones, Daisy Sanders, Jean Taylor, Beverly Samford, Cora Matthews, Anne E. Horace and Barbara Ford’s daughter-in-law/Jennifer’s father, Bill Fulcrod, Frankie Irons, Shirley Overstreet, Jane Whitlow, Cindy White, Jennifer Maitland, Isabelle Brown, Barbara Jessup, for people who love and care for people with COVID.

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VBS 2022

This summer we will celebrate VBS during our Sunday School hour each week!

Anne and Grace Durrett will be the VBS leaders so be prepared for whacky music/dance and super fun games and thoughtful Bible lessons!

Our theme this year is ROCKY RAILWAY!

Rocky Railway doesn’t rely on more traditional teaching methods (like fill in the blank puzzles or word searches), kids EXPERIENCE Bible stories in powerful, life changing ways!

VBS begins Sunday, June 26th at 9:30 a.m.

Meet at the Side Door Service and following the Children’s Message we will hop on the train for a summer of FUN!

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LAY VISITATION TEAM
Ginter Park UMC

To continue visitation of our Home-Bound members and friends, we are gathering a team of church members who will visit since Roy is retiring. MiRhang and Roy will provide training or orientation to help our members be a little more effective. We invite you to share your interest by letting the office know what areas you are interested in from the form below.

___I would be available for training during the daytime.

___I would be available for training during the evening.

___I would like to make visitation phone calls.

___I would like to write visitation notes.

___I would like to make personal visits.

___I would like to make personal visits but I do not drive.

LECTORS, CRUCIFERS, ACOLYTES NEEDED:

If you would like to volunteer to read the scripture or serve as crucifers or acolytes during the 11:00 a.m. worship service please put your name on the calendar located outside the Church Office. We kindly ask you to sign up no more than once a month so that we have diverse voices and presence in worship.

AFGHAN REFUGEE IN NEED:

Our Afghan refugees will be moving to a different location at the end of this month. Any monetary donations will be greatly appreciated.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO SUPPORT UKRAINE

Our prayers are constant and urgent for the Ukrainian people. Many of you have asked about the ways to help the people of Ukraine and to support our United Methodist witness in Ukraine. Bishop Khegay in Eurasia said that the best way to provide financial support is to contribute through the Global Ministries Advance for Eurasia and designate your gift for Ukrainian Assistance. Following is a link to the Eurasia Advance information: https://advance.umcmission.org/p-191-eurasia-in-mission-together-russia-and-belarus.aspx.  Please put “Ukrainian Assistance” on your check or envelope when you make offerings. We will send the fund to Eurasia Advance.

CHILDREN’S BAKE SALE:

Sunday, July 10th there will be baked goods for sale at the Church during both worship services! Be sure to get here early in order to get some of the best treats. Donations can be dropped off in the Church Kitchen Sunday morning July 10th.

NEEDED:

Bakers and planners needed to head up and work with the children in having a bake sale at the church where the proceeds go to Ukraine.

FOOD PANTRY REPORT:

Your food pantry served an average of 125+ households each week. As always, volunteers are welcome. Paper grocery bags with handles are needed as are donations of dry cereal.

FINANCES FOR MAY

  • $17,383.20 income for May
  • Expenses $18,734.00
  • $-3,160.00 for the year

CHURCH COUNCIL/FINANCE:

There will be no July meeting instead the Church leadership will begin a book study in preparation for working with Mariah Maxwell. Leaders, please pick up your copy of the book from the Church office.

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS:

The office will be open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.  The phones will be monitored throughout the week.

HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT?

Please submit any announcements concerning Church activities to the church office by Tuesday mornings of each week! Thanks so much!