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Lenten Study – Our Lenten Study this year is “This Holy Mystery: A United Methodist Understanding of Holy Communion.” The study will begin the Sunday after Ash Wednesday (March 10) and end Easter Sunday. This study was commissioned by General Conference to provide a definitive guide to our sacraments of communion and baptism with the final publication approved at the 2004 General Conference. Click HERE to download a PDF version of the study. If anyone wants the actual publication which also contains commentary and study guide, it can be purchased at Cokesbury or most any online store. If you do not have a printer or internet connection, contact the Church office to get it printed for you.
Join Troop 14774 in their drive to collect Bras & Feminine Hygiene Products for Homeless Women – Working with “I Support the Girls” (ISTG), our troop is collecting bras (new or gently used) and new sealed packages of menstrual products for homeless women. For women and girls, homelessness is especially dangerous and humiliating. In the last two years, 180,000 women have been helped by ISTG. Deadline to receive products in February 28th.
Declutter & Help Another – We have identified a group who works directly with the homeless in the Atlanta area by developing relationships with them and learning first-hand about their needs. You probably do not need to buy anything to be able to provide these much needed items: Suitcases, blankets, clothes (all sizes; Dickies and jean, too), underwear, socks, shoes, hand sanitizer, soaps, toothpaste, toothbrushes, individual-size snacks (vienna sausages, tuna, crackers, etc.) Travel sized items are requested as they have to pack up and move from sleeping locations every day. Contact Marie Cain (678-333-5994) if you have questions.
NFUMC to Host Grow Day Camp on June 17-21,2019 – You can find a day camp for just about anything. What about one focused on forming faith and friendships? Grow brings the powerful experience of camp ministry to local churches. Packed with activities that contribute to learning new skills and building Christian community, the focus throughout is for each camper to grow deeper roots in their faith (grow spiritually), in their ability to work as a team (grow socially), and in self-confidence as a loved child of God (grow individually). The session at NFUMC is for rising 1st-6th graders. For more information and to register visit the program website – http://growdaycamps.org/ .