Centerport United Methodist Church
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Centerport FD Tree Lighting

11-25 at 7PM


Centerport FD Tree Sale

Dec. 2-4

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PRAYER PARTNERS
Please see the Prayer Requests link in the left navigation bar for additional information on this spiritually uplifting program.
THE MITTEN TREE
Thank you to everyone who donated items for
our Mitten Tree. Linda Avallone was able to deliver
14 pairs of children and 22 pairs of adult gloves and
mittens to Family Service League because of your
generosity!
2015 OFFERING ENVELOPES
 The 2015 Offering Envelopes are now available on
the table in the hallway. If you don’t see a set and
would like one, please call the church office. If you
give electronically, you don’t need a set, as it ers self-improvement programs and United Methodist Voluntary Services community advocacy projects. Your gifts on Human Relations Day will support an outreach program of Theressa Hoover United Methodist Church in Little Rock, Ark. The church sponsors a residential and out-patient program for men and women with addictions. Graduates of the program participate in an eight-week course that provides training for unemployed or underemployed people. The offering also supports Exodus House, a ministry in Oklahoma that helps former prisoners to receive the emotional, spiritual and physical support they need to make it on their own. Please give generously on Human Relations Day. Thank you!



The Joy of Music

Our very own church band, Leap of Faith, has CD’s available.  Suggested donation is $10.  It truly is a joy to hear!  See Ron DiCesare, Christine Jordan, or Philip Jordan to pick up one.

mittens to Family Service League because of your
generosity!
2015 OFFERING ENVELOPES
 The 2015 Offering Envelopes are now available on
the table in the hallway. If you don’t see a set and
Leap of Faith

A number of people have requested the lyrics to the song "Keep On Keeping' On" that Dan Holmes wrote, which was performed in church by Leap of Faith. Please click on the .pdf below

Upcoming Schedule


10 AM




 

Theme: “Following Jesus”

 

Sermon Series  - Wesleyan Themes of Grace

 

 




                    Sunday, April 23              

Believe - Thomas and Jesus


 

           Saturday, April 29            

11:00 AM Blessing of the Animals at CUMC!  

2 PM Communion Class 1st Grade & up


 

Sunday, April 30  

Walk to Emmaus  

Celebration of our Communion Class

Native American Ministries Sunday

Muffins for Missions

 






 


NATIVE AMERICAN SUNDAY

April 30, 2017


Your Gift Empowers Local Spiritual Development and Educates Native American Seminary Students to Serve God Faithfully.

 

Your GIFT CONNECTS AND UNITES

    “Lots of urban Native Americans have lost connection with their culture, language and even identity, by choice or force,” says the Rev. Robert Pierce, Texas Annual Conference Committee on Native American Ministries chair.

To help counteract that loss, the Texas Annual Conference Committee on Native American Ministries introduced the Third Sunday Fellow­ship six years ago. On the third Sunday each month, Native Americans gather to worship in Houston to share their love for God.

 

CONNECTING RESULTS IN UNITED WORSHIP

Native Americans worship God as they honor their heritage with a rotation of primarily Native American pastors. Musicians and the congregation sing traditional hymns in Native languages. “We provide a safe place where people are understood and accept­ed,” says Rose Brewer, a CONAM member. “People find solace,” adds Brewer. “They really enjoy being in community with one another.”

 

PLEASE GIVE TODAY. YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS.

Your financial gift empowers local outreach and educates Native American seminary students to serve God faithfully. The United Methodist Native American Ministries Sunday offering also helps preserve a rich cultural heritage. Thank you for your generous gift. Native American Ministries Sunday reminds United Methodists of the contributions made by Native Americans to our society. The special offering benefits Native American outreach within annual conferences and across the United States and provides seminary scholarships for Native Americans.

United Methodists relate to Native American Ministries Sunday by learning about and reaching out to Native Americans in their communities and by encouraging Native Americans to consider becoming pastors and nurturing them in their journey.

 

FELLOWSHIP


April


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

HOSTING FELLOWSHIP 

 It’s kind of like a small finger food party with family.  Just a few snacks, coffee, tea, and lemonade. See or contact  Cathy McGoldrick.


Requirements:                          


Come to Wesley Hall 45 minutes  early to set up, bring milk and a snack (store bought is fine) and stay to clean up.  If you recruit the help of a friend, is it even more fun!!!   There is a "Coffee" sign-up sheet in the Narthex. 

 

Detailed "coffee hour hosting" instructions are typed up and laminated and posted inside one of the cabinets in Wesley Hall. Barbara Roiland is ready and willing to help you learn all the "ins and outs" of hosting.  The mysteries of the kitchen will finally be unveiled!!

4th ANNUAL TOM ADAMS

BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS SERVICE

 

When:  Saturday, April 29

at 11 AM

 

Where:  Centerport United Methodist Church

on the back field

 

Everyone is welcome to bring their dogs, cats, birds, snakes, stuffed animals, or any other pet, as together we celebrate the love we have for these special “family members.” 

There will be music, prayer, sharing of stories, and of course a special blessing for each of God’s beautiful creatures.  Lunch will be provided!  Invite all your friends to bring their pets and come join us for a beautiful afternoon!

 

Updated Info 

Classes and Bible Studies (4/3)
Homeless Initiative (4/3)
Missions and Outreach (4/3)
The 2017 offering envelopes are now available on the table in the hallway.  Stop by next time you are here at CUMC.  If you do not see a set for you, just let us know and we’ll get you one.  Remember that if you give electronically, you do not need envelopes. 

Community Prayer Boards for All


   These boards will be a place where you can come and write positive prayers or wishes to whomever or whatever you want. These boards are open to everyone of all religions.

   There will be two boards: the first board will be here in front of CUMC, and the second board will be at the bottom of the Ecumenical Path, near Prospect Road in Centerport.

Please share this information to all your friends, family, and neighbors. Thank you Lydia and her mentors for doing this as your Confirmation project!!

Centerport United Methodist Church • 97 Little Neck Road • Centerport, NY  11721 • 631.261.5222

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