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This Week's Events
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SUN
Prayer Time
8:30 AM
Prayer Room
Sunday School
9:00 AM
Sunday School for all ages!
Coffee Fellowship
10:00 AM
Family Life Center
Worship Service
10:30 AM
Sanctuary
Ladies Luncheon
11:45 AM
FUMC Sisterhood
Memorial Hall
Handbell Practice
1:00 PM
Choir Room - Come & ring some bells!
Youth Planning for Youth Sunday
4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Youth Room
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TUE
CDO
Children's Day Out - Tuesdays
Men's Discipleship Group
3:30 PM
Pastor's Office
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WED
See YOU at the Pole
7:45 AM
EHS/EJHS Flag Poles
Adult Morning Bible Study
10:00 AM
Led by Pastor Steve in the Word Classroom
Kids L.I.F.E.
3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Memorial Hall
Quilters
5:00 PM
Lord's Ladies Class
Wednesday Night Live (WNL)
6:00 PM
Family Life Center
SYATP Rally
6:30 PM
Tabernacle
Adult Evening Bible Study
7:00 PM
Led by Pastor Steve in the Word Classroom.
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THU
CDO
Children's Day Out - Thursdays
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FRI
Church Office Closed
Have a great Friday!
Bible Search
Outreach
Fund Steward: Jennifer Nelson

 

Overlapping and sharing of services with teams is the norm these days. So, these projects are also listed under the GAKAC umbrella. 1st UMC Outreach serves where the need shows up daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly!

 

Make It at the Market

Saturday, October 13, 2018 is the FUMC morning to Make It At the Market (Ennis Farmer's Market)

We will need to be there from 10-12 to help kiddos with a craft project that will be provided by the Farmer's Market.

Please let me know if you would like to help.  If you have kiddos that need Community Service Hours for a club/organization this would be a perfect opportunity to earn a couple of hours!!

 

Angel Tree:

• Services:

o Christmas gifts (sometimes includes food)

• Scope:

o Nursing home residents, ACROSS families, children of incarcerated parents and local

families unable to provide for their children.

 

Lion Cubs:

• Services:

o Weekend food back-pack program provides a food pack to students displaying behaviors indicative of chronic hunger or food insecurity.

o Food packs are kid friendly, easily hidden and require no   cooking.

o Participation is based on observable behavior indicative of     chronic hunger

o Christmas food basket (for each family – 100-125)

• Scope:

o 150-175 children weekly (2 X ECCs, 4 X Elementary, 2 X     Intermediate)  Austin, Bowie, Carver, Crockett, Houston,   Lummus, Miller and Travis

o 5,089 rations provided 2016/2017 school year (34 weekends)

o Program is administered by campus counselors

 

Watch-Me-Run:

• Services:

o New shoes for students

o Participation is based on classroom teacher observation

• Scope:

o Usually Lion Cub kids but it can be any child that needs shoes.

o Program is administered by campus counselors

 

Hunger Doesn't take a Spring Break

Spring break can take a toll on families with students who rely on free or reduced priced meals during the school year. For many of these children, school breakfast and lunch are their primary source of nutrition for the day. A time off from school means time off from regular meals.

 

 

 

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