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Sunday, April 29th
Jesse Lee Older Adults are invited as guests of the Youth Group. Come to the Carriage House at 6:45pm. Both adults and youth are asked to bring a small sentimental item for "show and tell". You don’t want to miss this opportunity to get to know our outstanding youth. Call Carole Stathis. (203) 733-7794 if you need a ride.
Consider joining a new discussion group that has formed out of this Spring’s Lenten book study. “Around the Table” will meet Monday nights, 7:00-8:30 in the Chapel, beginning April 30. Tim Keller’s “The Gospel in Life” will be our first study and will help us examine and apply how to live the gospel between Sunday morning and Saturday night.
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Rabinowitz, (203) 431-8502
All clergy and laity are invited to the New York-Connecticut Annual District Conference on April 29, 3:00-6:00 p.m. at Stevens Memorial UMC, 8 Shady Lane (corner of Rte 123), S. Salem, NY. This is a celebration of our District ministries with worship, live music, activity for children, and more! Seating is on the lawn so bring your chairs and/or blankets. Food and beverages will be available. Registration is required by April 24.
May 5 is the first weekend of the month work day. We will be assembling and installing the new handicap accessible playground in our backyard. Join us! We’ll meet at Jesse Lee at 8:30 a.m. Lunch is included.
Saturdays 10:15 until 4:45 p.m. in the front driveway of the church
Come wash away the grit and grime from the winter and support a good cause!
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7pm to 8 pmBible study can be challenging in part because the Bible was written in a different culture and time, and with a wide variety of literary genres. Poetry is heard differently than prose, or proverbs, and sometimes the assumptions about how to hear influences what we hear. Pastor Bill Pfohl will be offering a Sporadic Wednesday evening lecture/discussion series to address a central motif of the Bible. God working through people in order to save people. Learn more>>