Bulletin Announcements for November 17, 2013
Next week, November 24, 2013, we will begin a break from our study of The Story to celebrate Advent and Christmas. We will resume our study on December 29th with Chapter 12, The Trials of a King. This break might be a good chance to “catch-up” if you have not had the opportunity to keep current with your reading. Also, it is not too late for you to begin. Just get yourself a book and begin reading chapter 12. Books are still available in Heritage Hall.
Community Thanksgiving Eve Worship Service – 7:00 pm November 27, 2013 – Stoystown Lutheran Church
Don’t be alone on Thanksgiving. St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 202 West Union St., Somerset will be serving a Thanksgiving meal from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on Thursday, November 28, 2013. The meal is sponsored by the Salvation Army-Somerset Service Center. ALL ARE WELCOME!
Camp Allegheny invites you to the 7th Annual Christmas Dinner Theater. “Night of Joy” will be presented by the Ready for Eternity Players from Oakland United Methodist Church on December 7th and 8th. Advance reservations are required by December 2, 2013. For additional information contact: Camp Allegheny at (814)754-4336 or by e-mailing email@example.com.
Please visit our newly revised KUMC website. We are now publishing an Announcements page, in case you missed something in worship. By clicking on the Calendar tab, you will see a real-time calendar which shows you everything on the church schedule. Finally, we have added a tab called Story Questions, which includes companion thought starters for each chapter of The Story. The location is the same, www.kantnerunitedmethodist.net.
Just a note! Copies of The Story in adult, youth, children or toddler format are available and would make great Christmas gifts! Call the office for more information.
Next Sunday will be United Methodist Student Day. An envelope will be included in your bulletin. Donations benefit UM Scholarships and the UM Student Loan Fund and is administered by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry.
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