April 14, 2013
Retreat For Moms and daughters to spend time together enjoying time in the Word of God, activities, awesome meetings, and of course great lodging and food!
Dr. G. Thomas Sharp will be speaking on Sunday, April 14th at both Worship Services at 8:15 & 11 AM at Sparta Evangelical Free church in Sparta, NJ .
If you’ve admired fiber-art pins that appear in so many fashion magazines, then this is the class for you! Create your own piece of fiber jewelry using felted wool in petal-shaped disks – then add beads, finery, and natural materials to achieve a look that is uniquely yours and that will be admired by others. This is a fun class for beginners.
The Calvary Players Present: an adaptation of Mark Twain’s “Tom Sawyer.” This school play is free admission, but a love offering will be taken.
The youth from Emmanuel Church/Iglesia Emanuel (a bilingual church) will venture out on a missions trip to Honduras this summer to visit an orphanage. They’ll be collecting specific items every Sunday through May 5th between 4-6pm. Please help collect the following items; Dry bags of rice, 1 gallon Ziploc bags, tooth brush/paste, powder baby formula, coloring books/crayons, neosporin, cake mixes, dry beans, individual fruit snacks, canned meat/tuna, band-aids, hard candy, deodorant, soap bars, back packs and gently used children and infant’s clothing and shoes *summer attire please*.
Full Armor, Orange County’s favorite local Christian band, is coming to Warwick UMC to share songs from their new album, “None the Same”. This album features a new song, “What I Pray About”, which honors the victims of the Sandy Hook shooting tragedy. The concert will also feature the WUMC praise band, and is a fund raiser for the youth group’s upcoming 30Hour Famine, to alleviate world hunger.
Pot luck supper every 2nd sunday at Roundout Valley United Methodist Church. Come as you are, no reservations necesary and its FREE.
Doors open 5:30
Ticket Drawing 7:00pm
Tickets for Sale at the Door
Baskets, 50/50, Gift Certificates and More
Join them for a contemporary praise and worship service. There will be an uplifting message and music by the Saved by Grace praise band. Come as you are (jeans and t-shirts are standard attire). Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with food and fellowship. The service begins at 6:00 p.m
Worship God to a patriotic theme, and hear God’s Word as he speaks to His people concerning faithful stewardship of our communities, our state and our nation.