CHURCH SCHEDULE & EVENTS January 30 – February 6, 2022

Sun 1/30
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 … SUNDAY SCHOOL at Kinmundy First UMC
12:00 pm … POTLUCK Lunch at Wesley UMC

Mon 1/31 11:00 am … MISSIONS Committee meeting
7:00 pm … AD COUNCIL Committee meeting

Tues 2/1 — … PASTOR DAVE’S Sabbath Day

Wed 2/2 1-5 pm … PASTOR DAVE volunteers at Library

Sun 2/6 9:00 am … WORSHIP at Kinmundy First UMC
10:45 am … WORSHIP at Wesley UMC


  1. Upcoming Committee Meetings
    Mon 1/31 11:00 am Missions
    Mon 1/31 7:00 pm AD Council
  2. HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you Pastor Dave!!
  3. We —
    Encourage you to wear a mask while inside the church building
    Encourage you to spread out, as social distance protects everyone.
    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.

  4. EVERY PERSON connected to our church remains a part of our church family and the history of our church forever. Sometimes people move away and over the years, join another church and we are not aware. We are going through the membership book alphabetically for Kinmundy first, listing four names each week for prayer:
    Brittany Sauter & Dustin Knott, Chevelle
    Dennis & Joyce Seavers
    Neil Seavers
    Shawn & Lily Seavers

  5. LAST WEEK I omitted a name when announcing CONGRATULATIONS to Chloe Pruden & Damien Leffer on the birth of their daughter, Whinnie Ray Leffer, born Monday, January 17, in Indianaopolis. Whinnie weighed 7 lbs 11 ozs and was 20 3/4 in long. She is the granddaughter of Tiffany Pruden, great granddaughter of Tim & Brenda Butts and the first great-great grandchild of Quinten & Barb Butts. Needless to say, Barb is very excited.
  6. HAND N HAND met Monday evening with 9 children and 9 adult helpers! We learned that polar bears have fur that is hollow and transparent. This allows them to appear white most of the time even though their skin is black. Sometimes in life, we will meet people who are not always what they seem and it is important to keep our eyes on Jesus. Peter learned this important lesson when, while walking on water, took his eyes off Jesus and started to sink. We also learned that God made polar bears with blubber to keep them warm. We tested this by using crisco to make a “blubber glove”. The children put one hand in ice water and the other in the blubber glove in ice water.
    They made igloos from icing and marshmallows, snowflakes, snowmen from donuts, and enjoyed a delicious supper made by Ms. Kim and Ms. Cathy!
    Thank you to all our helpers!
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