Park United Methodist Church

 

 

Park United Methodist Church


 Week of September 23, 2018


 

 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
  • Peace in our hearts, our homes and in our world.
  • For victims of terror and violence.
  • For the persecuted Christians in China
  • For those affected by Hurricane Florence

 


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

 


 

Missions- every believer’s calling

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.  ~October—Helping Hands Fund-this fund provides monies for assistances for emergencies expenses, other than food. November—~Thanksgiving baskets—monies to purchase needed food items for food baskets given to those who are in need (need determined by Pastor and Outreach Committee)

~Continue to remember the West Side Health Care Center in Zimbabwe.  Monies are needed to complete this project.  Onias and Dianna will be returning in December to assist with ongoing build—need to complete electrical, plumbing, septic, water, and solar power.

 

 


 

SCHEDULE FOR September 23 – September 30

 

TODAY  After church - Wamsley Family Benefit Dinner

Mon-     5:30 PM GED

            7:00PM Boy Scouts

Tues-    1:00 PM Companions in Christ

            4:30 PM Kenmore Freestore

            5:00 PM Community Meal

            7:00 PM Getting Ahead Class

Wed-    9:30 AM Bible Study

            5:30 PM GED

            7:00 PM Bible Study

Thurs-   6:45 PM Cub Scouts

            7:30 PM Choir Practice

Sat-      9:30 AM Kenmore Freestore

Sun-     9:30 AM Sunday School

           10:30 AM Worship Service

           

 

Looking Ahead

October 14 – Trunk or Treat, 4-6:30pm

 


YOU ARE INVITED

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23

 

Wamsley Family Benefit Dinner

Immediately following our Worship Service

  

This special time of fellowship will be to share our love to the Wamsley family.  As most of you know, Terry recently has not been able to work because of illness which required hospitalizations.  We would like reach out and show our love by sharing gift cards or cash.  Any amount or type (grocery, gas, retail, cash) will be placed on a BLESSING TREE and given to them during this carry in luncheon.   

 

GIFT CARDS OR MONEY DONATIONS WILL STILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DINNER.

 

 


 

 

Fall Event at Park Church for Kids and Youth

 

We will be doing Trunk or Treat again this year. This will take place in our back parking lot if no rain, if rain we will have it inside in the gym where you will be able to decorate a table. We welcome all cars, trucks and SUV’s. We will be holding this on Sunday October 14th from 4pm – 6:30pm. We would love to see the parking lot full. We do ask that you decorate your trunk, back of truck or SUV with kid friendly decorations, please no scary items or blood.

What is Trunk or Treat?

Trunk or Treat evens bring Halloween to parking lots where kids go from car to car and get candy. They are popular at schools, churches, in rural areas where homes are far apart, and in places where trick-or-treating isn’t safe.

If you have any questions or want to help and or have a car there to decorate & pass out candy, please let Kimmie Kesler know by calling 330-606-9961 or email: kimkesler@sbcglobal.net

Thank You.