Park United Methodist Church

 

 

Park United Methodist Church


 Week of January 20, 2019


 

 Our Mission, Our Calling!
Gifted by our Creator, we at Park United Methodist Church follow the way of Jesus as led by the Holy Spirit; as a community of faith and love, our mission is to make and mature disciples of Christ for the transformation of the world.



 

 

All are welcome to “Drop In” Bible study!  Come when you can for lively spirit led conversation as we engage with God’s word in the Gospel of Luke.  Join us each Sunday at 9:30am in Pastor Pam’s office.

 


 

If you or a loved one suffers from the disease of addiction, Rev. Pamela will pray with you, listen to you, and share information about community resources. Contact the church office and just ask to meet with the 

Pastor. 

 


ZOE offers empowerment model to help orphans in Africa and beyond


https://www.faithandleadership.com/zoe-offers-empowerment-model-help-orphans-africa-and-beyond



 

 

Please pray for the needs of our mission field and our world.

  • For our armed forces and their families
  • Jesus in our hearts, our homes and in our world.
  • For the Kenmore community
  • Victims of the California fires
  • For the 14 million persons facing starvation in Yemen
  • For those who are homeless or hopeless
  • For the Way Forward

 

 


 

 


Senior of the Week: Frances Bryant,  2265 S. Hawkins Avenue, Akron, OH 44314.


MISSIONS:  EVERY BELIEVER’S CALLING

“God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams!” (Ephesians 3:20  The Message)

 

  • Upcoming mission opportunities that need your support:
  • Noisy Offering —monies (coins and paper money) gathered in pails by the children on the first Sunday of each month for specific ministries.  January—food pantry (a closet that holds food given by the church to those who are in need)
  • See the Zimbabwe flag-- Onias and Diana Mabgwe left for Zimbabwe on January 4th to continue work on the West Side Clinic in Zimbabwe.  Onias is staying for one month and Diana is staying for two months.  Please continue to support this project and Onias and Diana with your prayers. While there they will be meeting with the ministry of Health for necessary licenses for the clinic, adding plumbing, electrical, water, and septic to the clinic.
  • TODAY—following church—Chili and Dessert Cook-off.  Anyone can enter, please come and vote for your favorite chili or dessert.  Everyone will receive 5 voting tickets.  More voting tickets are available for 6 for $5.  This fundraiser will support the Zimbabwe Clinic.
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SCHEDULE FOR January 20 – January 27

 

Mon-     5:30 PM GED

            7:00PM Boy Scouts

Tues-    1:00 PM Bible Study

           4:30 PM Kenmore Freestore

          7:00 PM Getting Ahead Class

Wed-    9:30 AM Bible Study

            5:30 PM GED

Thurs-   6:45 PM Cub Scouts

           7:30 PM Choir Practice

Sat-      9:00 AM Canal District Leadership Training, Greensburg UMC

        9:30 AM Kenmore Freestore

Sun-     9:30 AM Sunday School

           10:30 AM Worship Service

 

Looking Ahead

 

January 28 – Worship Committee meeting, 6:45pm

January 31 – Free Store meeting, 7PM