CHURCH SCHEDULE & EVENTS – October 3 – October 10, 2021

CHURCH SCHEDULE & EVENTS & WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO KNOW
October 3 – October 10, 2021
THIS WEEK’S CHURCH CALENDAR
Sun 10/3 WORLD COMMUNION SUNDAY & LAITY SUNDAY
9:00 am … WORSHIP 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 at Wesley UMC

Mon 10/4 10:00 am … IGRC Board of Discipleship (Pastor Dave)

Tues 10/5 — … PASTOR DAVE’S Sabbath Day

Wed 10/6 1:00 pm … QUILTERS meet to tie quilts
1-5 pm … PASTOR DAVE Volunteers at Kinmundy Library

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

Coming up: Church Conference, 2:00 pm, Sunday, October 17, at Patoka United Methodist Church

WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO KNOW —

  1. TODAY IS WORLD COMMUNION SUNDAY
    World Communion Sunday is a celebration observed by several Christian denominations, taking place on the first Sunday of every October, that promotes Christian unity and ecumenical cooperation. The tradition was begun in 1933. In our United Methodist Church, an offering to support the division of chaplains and ministries, Crusade Scholarships and the scholarship fund for minority groups is received.
  2. TODAY IS ALSO LAITY SUNDAY — Our Speaker is Kim Kueker.
  3. THIS WEEK’S PRAYER FAMILIES
    We are beginning an audit of our membership books October 1.
    1 Charles Ernest
    2 Charles Lee Ford
    3 Melba Ford
    4 Ryan Ford
  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.
  6. TWILIGHT CIRCLE ladies would like to thank all who donated baby items for the Baby Baskets. A list of items needed is on the bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall.
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