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November 2022

 

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Announcements:

STEWARDSHIP SUNDAY

Sunday, November 20

The annual stewardship campaign is a time to consider not only your financial support to the church, but also your non-financial support. As for the financial portion, both members and nonmembers can make a pledge of financial support for the calendar year 2023. Everyone should have received their pledge cards in the mail. Please prayerfully consider your support to the church.

THANKSGIVING POTLUCK

Sunday, November 20

Join us for a Thanksgiving Potluck on Sunday, November 20 in Nick's Hall after the 10:00 am service, to give thanks for the many blessings bestowed on our church. Please bring an appetizer, entrée or dessert to share. Turkey and mashed potatoes will be provided by the church. For more information or to help in set-up and cleanup, please contact Darryl Alford and Bob McGowan.

OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD

Sunday, November 20

Join us for a Thanksgiving Potluck on Sunday, November 20 in Nick's Hall after the 10:00 am service, to give thanks for the many blessings bestowed on our church. Please bring an appetizer, entrée or dessert to share. Turkey and mashed potatoes will be provided by the church. For more information or to help in set-up and cleanup, please contact Darryl Alford and Bob McGowan.

CHRISTMAS CANTATA

Saturday, December 17, 7:00pm

Mark your calendars for Saturday, December 17, at 7pm in Nick's Hall. Admission is free. Light refreshments will be served.

CHILDREN'S CHOIR

Sundays from 11:15–11:30am

Treblemakers, the SUMC children and youth choir, practices each Sunday from 11:15-11:30am in the choir room. Lisa Evans, our Treblemakers director, has some wonderful tunes lined up for Advent and Christmas.