MEMORIAL UMC’s MISSION…
We are CALLED by Christ to
GROW in faith,
BUILD relationships, and
SERVE all people.
SUNDAY MAY 27
8:30 NURSERY CARE
8:50 CONTEMPORARY SERVICE (JARRETT)
10:00 WELCOME TO MEMORIAL CLASS
10:00 R.L. POPE CLASS: SANDY DEVOID
10:00 SUNDAY SCHOOL: PRE-K/K (RM.105), 1ST-3RD (RM.301), 4TH-5TH (RM.302)
10:00 YOUTH SUNDAY SCHOOL (CEC 201)
10:30 CHANCEL CHOIR REHEARSAL (2ND FL.)
11:00 WORSHIP SERVICE (SANCTUARY)
5-7 YOUTH – GAME NIGHT (VOLLEYBALL)
MONDAY MAY 28
OFFICE CLOSED (MEMORIAL DAY)
TUESDAY MAY 29
7:30 MEN’S PRAYER BREAKFAST (SUNRISE DINER)
5:45 YOGA CLASS (CEC 2ND FL.)
6:30 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC REH. (JARRETT)
WEDNESDAY MAY 30
7:15-8:15 CHANCEL CHOIR REHEARSAL (2ND FL.)
THURSDAY MAY 31
10:30 CHICKS WITH STICKS (PARLOR)
6:30 ARTS ALIVE! ART EXHIBIT, RECITAL, AND FASHION SHOW (THOMASVILLE MEDICAL CENTER)
FRIDAY JUNE 1
SATURDAY JUNE 2
SUNDAY JUNE 3
SECOND SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
8:50 CONTEMPORARY SERVICE (JARRETT)
10:00 R.L. POPE CLASS: JIM MCGHEE
10:30 CHANCEL CHOIR REHEARSAL (2nd FL.)
11:00 WORSHIP SERVICE (SANCTUARY)
12 GRADUATE LUNCHEON FOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS AND FAMILIES, HOSTED BY UMW (FELLOWSHIP HALL)
4-7 YOUTH: WATER NIGHT/COOKOUT
If you or a loved one would like to be added to the prayer list, please contact Lorna McCullough at 336-259-5814. If you put a name on the list, please keep in touch to let us know how that person is doing, as names are removed after three weeks. During the coming week, please pray for:
- All Military Personnel
- Our UM Missionaries
- Tracy Brinkley
- Rick & Beth Schartiger
- Dee Ellis
- Bob Templeman
- Peggy Finch
- Ann Worsham
- Bob Monohan
- Grace Miller
- Gene Sears
- Norman Crews
- Dallas Hutchens
- Mary Osborne
- Kristin Burrow
- Scott Burroughs
- Chris Eddinger
- Frank Rankin
- Steve Moore
- Garrell Nicholson
We extend our prayers and sympathy to Bryan and Sarah Mitchell and family on the death of Bryan’s sister, Alicia Mitchell, of Warner Robins, Georgia, May 21, 2018.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL SIGN-UP for VOLUNTEERS & CAMPERS
At Shipwrecked VBS, kids discover how Jesus rescues us through life’s storms. Shipwrecked is filled with incredible Bible-learning experiences kids see, hear, touch, and even taste! Sciency-Fun Gizmos™, team-building games, cool Bible songs, and tasty treats are just a few of the standout activities that help faith flow into real life. Plus, we’ll help kids discover how to see evidence of God in everyday life—something we call God Sightings. Get ready to hear that phrase a lot! Your kids will also participate in a hands-on mission project, through a program called Operation Kid-to-Kid™, that will provide seeds for families in Haiti to grow food.
So mark these dates on your calendar: June 18-20, 2018 with a registration kickoff event Sun. Jun 17th from 4:30-7pm. The fun starts at 6:00pm each night (M-W) and will end at 9:00pm
SUNDAYS AT 10:30
STARTING JUNE 10
Join the Chancel Choir this summer on Sundays at 10:30 to prepare simple anthems for worship at the 11:00 service. We are amateur musicians who love worshiping through music. All church members are welcome! Contact Danny Frye or just show up on Sundays beginning June 10. The choir room is on the 2nd floor in the main building.
ART CAMP 2018 (JUL. 30–AUG. 3)
Registration is open for Art Camp 2018 (Jul. 30–Aug. 3) for Rising 1ST through 6TH Graders. During the week children will discover their creative spirit regardless of age or ability. The camp focus will be on learning how to incorporate various media into an art piece as well as how visual and performance art are integrated. Campers experience: Music, Drama, Visual Art, Culinary Art and Dance. Breakfast and lunch are provided, and all art materials and food are covered in the registration fee. Registration is limited! Please contact Lynda Hepler to register.
SPRING WELCOME TO MEMORIAL CLASS INVITATION
Spring Welcome to Memorial Class Invitation for May 27. If you’re visiting Memorial today and would like to know more about the congregation, plan to attend our Welcome to Memorial class at 10. The class has been running on Sundays in May. This is an opportunity to learn more about our wide range of ministries and our church governance, meet some of our key church leadership, and get answers to your questions about United Methodism and our basic beliefs. If you have questions about this, please see one of the ministers or call Tim Lyons, 336-476-1117.
TRASH AND TREASURE DETAILS
SALE: AUGUST 25
DROP-OFF WEEK: AUGUST 20-24
We hope you are saving your treasures for the sale. The community looks forward to this event each year. Please see the lists below for what to save and what not to save:
- Household furniture
- Antiques and collectibles
- Tools and toys
- Children’s clothes
- Christmas decorations
- … And more.
Please make sure appliances are in working order and that items are clean and in good condition.
Please do not save: (These items do not sell and will be taken to the local landfill because charities will not accept them.)
- Old TVs
- Old Computers, Monitors, and Printers
- Old Self-Help Books and Old Coffe Table Books (We do accept Fiction, Children’s Books and Cookbooks)
- Old large Entertainment Centers
When to give: Drop-off week for sale items is August 20-24 (M-F), 9 AM – 5 PM. We ask that you wait to bring your items until the week of the sale, so they do not have to be moved twice. Storage space is limited and needs to be held for sources outside of the church. Thank you for your help!
Please contact Berta Riley with questions.
JAZZ IN JUNE AT WEST MARKET STREET
TUESDAYS IN JUNE @ NOON
June 5, 12, 19, and 26 12-1 PM
WEST MARKET CHURCH, GREENSBORO
If you’re going to be in Greensboro in June, consider including the Tuesday lunchtime Jazz in June Worship Services in your plans. This longstanding summer tradition at West Market Church offers a 30-minute lunchtime worship service mid-day, early mid-week. The worship liturgy is familiar and includes a brief meditation led by the pastor, often with the musical support of the instrumental trio. The chancel choir and trio also lead those who are gathered in well-loved hymns, in very singable, original arrangements that appeal across generations. The services are held in the Leak Chapel at West Market, which is entered from the side street, John Wesley Way.
PILOT POINT SUMMER LITERACY CAMP VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Summer Literacy Camp Volunteers Needed. Fairview UMC will host the six-week Pilot Point Summer Literacy Camp for 36 rising first- through fourth-graders this summer. There are many ways to contribute to this initiative. Please contact Reverend Ed McKinney with questions, at email@example.com.
Volunteer opportunities include:
- Fundraising / donations
- Crafts & Recreation
- Food and snacks
- Reading buddies
- Support staff
Pilot Point will give 36 students the unique opportunity to participate in an exciting faith-based summer reading camp. Seven excellent local teachers will instruct 3 classes in literacy. The camp will be held at Fairview UMC in Thomasville for six consecutive weeks from June 18 to July 27, 8:30 to 4:30pm.
Pilot Point is open to students who have completed kindergarten through third grade in cooperation with schools in Davidson County.
Pray without ceasing and then visit our volunteer fair to see how you can make a difference!
Your schedule already overloaded…
Not sure what special skills you have to offer…
~Can’t imagine how this program will ever work,
But can you pray for those who are focused on seeing it succeed?
~Can’t believe that some kids need this type of program,
But can you imagine living in a home where your parents can’t read?
~Can’t donate money or help with fundraising,
But can you donate your time?
~Can’t commit to being a reading partner,
But can you offer a friendly, smiling face & encouragement?
~Can’t commit to cooking & serving meals,
But can you donate food to be prepared by the hands of others?
~Can’t be off during the day,
But can you help any with our Monday family nights?
~Can’t do crafts or help with recreation,
But can you help supervise a nature walk?
“Everybody can be great… because anybody can serve.
You don’t have to have a college degree to serve.
You don’t have to make your subject & verb agree to serve.
You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”
~Martin Luther King Jr.
Pilot Point Summer Literacy Camp is made possible through a grant from The Duke Endowment, the Yadkin Valley Congregational Vitality Team, and gifts from faithful United Methodists.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT FELLOWSHIP
SEE YOU AUG. 8 (ASP STOCKHOLDERS’ DINNER) AND SEPT. 12 (SUPPERS RESUME)!
MAY 27 WELCOME TO MEMORIAL CLASS
MAY 28 MEMORIAL DAY – CHURCH OFFICE CLOSED
MAY 31 ARTS ALIVE! ART SHOW AND RECITAL (THOMASVILLE MEDICAL CENTER)
JUN. 3 YOUTH SUNDAY
JUN. 6 CHOIR AND HANDBELL PARTY
JUN. 17 VBS REGISTRATION & KICK-OFF (DROP-IN 4:30-7)
JUN. 18-20 VBS (6-9P)
JUL. 1-7 ASP
JUL. 28 UMW SUMMER BRUNCH CELEB.
JUL. 30-AUG. 3 ARTS CAMP AT MUMC
AUG. 3-5 YOUTH RETREAT: LAKE JUNALUSKA
AUG. 8 ASP STOCKHOLDERS’ DINNER
AUG. 21-24 DROP-OFF WEEK FOR TRASH & TREASURE ITEMS (9A-5P, M-F)
AUG. 25 TRASH AND TREASURE SALE (8A-2P)
SEP. 12 WEDNESDAY NIGHT FELLOWSHIP SUPPERS RESUME
CHAPEL HOURS | The Chapel is open each Monday through Thursday (8 AM – 4 PM) for prayer and meditation. The Memorial congregation welcomes the community to this sacred space.
COMMUNION | Memorial United Methodist Church offers Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. When not offered in the 8:50 AM or 11:00 AM worship service, it is offered at 10:00 AM in the prayer chapel. We celebrate an open table.
APRIL FINANCE FIGURES
Total Expenses as of April 30, 2018 $316,118.49
Total Income as of April 30, 2018 $303,408.10
Net Deficit as of April 30, 2018 ($12,710.39)