Outreach NewsFlood Response:
We are so thankful for all of your help and the help of Mark Tuckerman at Aubuchon's
Hardware. Twenty nine flood buckets were filled and 33 Hygiene Kits assembled. All were delivered to PUMC on Monday, September 25th and will be picked up by UMCOR." Lord, we ask that our offerings help the many who are suffering from floods, fire and earthquakes."
Prepare for the Harvest Supper on Saturday, October 14th at 5:30. Tickets are $10, $25 for a family. We will have pork shoulders, potatoes, carrots, turnip, cabbage, onions,beets and rolls. We will finish with homemade desserts, if you would like to bring a dessert, we would love the help. Peeling with be Friday the 13th (scary) We will start at 9AM, so come in and help if you can. Bring your own knife or peelers, please put your name on it,
Community Service FundHelps with Meds, dental, rent etc.. These funds
do not come out of the Church budget. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated. This program has been helping people in the community for 8 years. Checks can be made out to MUMC memo Community Service.
Nepal DonationsDonations to support the earthquake in Nepal and other international disasters can be made through UMCOR Advance #982450. Checks can be made out to MUMC memo line UMCOR Advance #982450 and place in the offering plate. Gifts can also be made on line at UMCOR Advance 982450
Meals On WheelsMUMC delivering Meals on Wheels has started. We deliver Thursdays every week. If you would like to help, please call Carol Robbins. We have some snazzy magnetic signs for cars, saying who we are.
Neighbor To Neighbor FundThis fund helps with Oil and Gas Bills for Church members or people in town. This fund also does not come out of the Church budget. Any donations are greatly appreciated. Checks can be made out to MUMC memo N to N.
Help NeededMany things are happening at MUMC and I hope you will join in. One of the most important activities is not new but needs your support. Fellowship hour following 10AM service is a great way to catch up and share with the Church community. It’s not necessary to provide a buffet but coffee, tea, cheese and crackers, quick breads, doughnut holes, etc. are all a big success. Coffee is always made so it’s a little set up and clean up. The sign-up sheet is right by the window of the small kitchen.
Please sign up, if you need more information, I’d be glad to help. Bev Charest 476-2369