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Upcoming Events
NOV

17

SUN
Commitment Sunday
Give God your Commitment Card for 2020
Casting Bronze/ Bell Choir - Handbell Choir
9:00 AM to 9:45 AM
Ages 16 - Adult. Meets in Sanctuary on Sunday morning.
Trad. Worship Service
10:55 AM
Service is in the Sanctuary.We have visitors parking as well has handicapped parking.
United Methodist Women Exect. Board
6:30 PM
Meets in library. All women are invited to attend.
NOV

18

MON
Newsletter Deadline
Please send your articles and or picture to be added to the monthly newsletter. Information due before the 20th of each month to be included. Thank You!
NOV

19

TUE
Ladies Bible Study /Pastor Jerrianne
9:30 AM
Bible Studying. No sign up need. Bring your bibles ladies.
NOV

20

WED
Ukulele Praise and Practice
5:15 PM to 5:55 PM
2nd -12 grades plus adults. Meets in Choir Room; Leaders: Mr Jeff Ingles and Mrs. Shirley Bynum
Music Makers - Chapel
6:00 PM
Kids Music Ministry
"Shout" - Youth Choir/ALL NEW
6:05 PM to 6:30 PM
Youth Chorus : 6-12 grades- meets in choir room. Leader Mr. Jeff Ingles
Chancel Choir (Adult Choir)
6:30 PM
rehearsal with Covenant Rock-Choir Room
NOV

26

TUE
Ladies Bible Study /Pastor Jerrianne
9:30 AM
Bible Studying. No sign up need. Bring your bibles ladies.
NOV

28

THU
DEC

01

SUN
Casting Bronze/ Bell Choir - Handbell Choir
9:00 AM to 9:45 AM
Ages 16 - Adult. Meets in Sanctuary on Sunday morning.
Trad. Worship Service
10:55 AM
Service is in the Sanctuary.We have visitors parking as well has handicapped parking.
BackPack Weekend Food Program
Program Coordinator: Nancy Payne

Our Mission

The mission of the Backpak Weekend Food Program is to feed children during the weekend so they can come to school less hungry and ready to learn.


About the Program

The Backpack Weekend Food Program (BPWFP) provides children in need with nonperishable, individually-portioned, nutritionally-balanced food to take home in their backpacks on the weekend when school meals are not available.  Those students most likely to be hungry on the weekend are identified by school counselors social workers, teachers, school nurses, and principals.

Permission to participant in the program must be given by the child's parent or guardian; also any allergies must be identified.  Volunteers organize juice boxes, milk, cereal, fruit cups, ramen noodles, canned vegetables, crackers, peanuts and raisins into orders for individual schools that will last a month.  All of the food is shelf stable and kid friendly with easy to open lids.

                                    "Hunger doesn't take the weekend off"

 

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