CHURCH SCHEDULE & EVENTS – September 5 – September 12, 2021

September 5 – September 12, 2021

Sun 9/5
9:00 am … WORSHIP in Sanctuary at Kinmundy First UMC
10:15 am … GATHERING in Fellowship Hall for Coffee & Cookies
10:30 am … SUNDAY SCHOOL at Kinmundy First UMC
10:45 am … WORSHIP in Sanctuary at Wesley UMC

Mon 9/6
— … LABOR DAY – Office closed.

Tues 9/7
— … PASTOR DAVE’S Sabbath Day
6:00 pm … KIM’S BIBLE STUDY, Week 10

Wed 9/8
9:00 am … KIM’S BIBLE STUDY, Week 10
1-5 pm … PASTOR DAVE Volunteers at Kdy Library

Sun 9/12
9:00 am … WORSHIP in Sanctuary at Kinmundy First UMC
10:45 am … WORSHIP in Sanctuary at Wesley UMC


  1. Committee Meetings –
  • Missions Committee, Mon 9/ 27, 11:00 am
  • Administrative Council, Mon 9/ 27, 7:00 pm
  • Other meetings related to our October 26 Church Conference will be set soon.
    We are beginning an audit of our membership books.
    Ed & Elsbeth Charlton; Noah, Tucker, Logan & Carlie
    Louise Cheatum
    Randy & Carol Comer
    Bryon Connor

  2. KUMC is sponsoring 3 Bounce Houses for the kids that are set up in the City Park on Labor Day. The South Central National Honor Society will be in charge of them. Pastor Dave will be at the Bounce Houses.
  3. TWILIGHT CIRCLE is in need of baby clothing and accessories to fill the “Baby Baskets” that are presented to new babies of member’s families and friends. Items needed are Onesies; white, 6 – 9 mo or larger, Pajamas; boys & girls, Receiving blankets, Socks, Bibs; girls or neutral; Lotion, Body Wash and Butt Paste. They may be left in the office. Thanks.
  4. PARTY LINE PRAYER MEETING … would you be interested in participating in a “party line” prayer meeting? We would all telephone a number and share needs for prayer and have a time of fellowship with one another as a group over the phone. It would last as long as we wanted—perhaps on Wednesday evening and/or a weekday morning … Please let the pastor know if you are interested.
  5. SOBER REALITIES: Unvaccinated people may choose to wear masks for their own safety and the safety of other non-vaccinated people. Please do not crowd each other as we adjust to this change. Physical distance is the most effective precaution against COVID!
    It is possible but unlikely that a vaccinated person can get COVID. A vaccinated person with COVID is as contagious as anyone else, so some may choose to wear masks to protect others. You can be contagious before you even know you are ill. Not everyone feels safe not wearing a mask—please be kind. We’ve had a tough year! Please pray for wisdom for our government leaders and a calm response throughout this current surge of the Delta variant.
    In this time of Coronavirus concern, we …
  6. Encourage you to wear a mask while inside the church building.
  7. Encourage you to spread out, as social distance protects everyone.
  8. Worship is prerecorded, so if you are feeling cautious or not feeling well, you can watch on your computer, tablet or smartphone by clicking on the link on the church Facebook page or the church blog at—top right corner.
  9. Will continue to send the bulletin and a transcript of the sermon by US mail each Monday to those who request it. We can also provide you with a DVD of the prerecorded service to watch on your TV at home if you request it.

    THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH and the Governor announced Thursday (8/26/21) a state-wide mandate beginning on Monday, Aug. 30, that all people wear face masks while with non-household members in public indoor spaces. … As much as we’d like it to be otherwise, COVID-19 is still a danger to our congregations and communities. As disciples of Jesus Christ, the Great Physician, Christians are called to model the highest standards of care for others, especially those who are at higher risk of becoming sick.

    BEST ADVICE: MAINTAIN 3-6 feet of social distance between yourself and non-household members. Give everyone more space if you are speaking loudly or singing indoors.
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