Sunday School – begins September 16 at 10 AM. On the first day we will complete registration forms, create a craft or two and share in a light breakfast. All parents/guardians must complete a registration form for students. On September 23 we will take a break to worship at 11 AM at the Fairgrounds, we hope you will consider completing the 5K which begins at 9 AM that day. Regular classes will begin on September 30, 10 AM. We’ve got a great group of teachers, classes for Kindergarten students – Adults. Child care is available during Sunday school, for parents who wish to attend the Adult Class or sing in Choir. Please join the group! 2018-19 SS:Youth Reg.
Sparkling Saints Support Group -this women’s group meets monthly in Brown Chapel. Next meeting, Thursday, September 27, 6 PM. Do you have burdens that you carry with you daily? Are you seeking healing through a connection with God and support from friends in faith? Come and talk with other women to lift each other up and be grounded in God’s love and care. Led by Danielle Atria.
Youth in grades 6 – 12 are invited to gather on Sunday, October 21, time TBA. We plan to meet monthly to spend some time playing games, getting to know each other, learning about following Jesus, and making some plans for the year ahead. Please let Pastor Beth know if you plan to attend (315-287-2440). Ice cream social on the 16th! For students in grades 6 – 12.
Devotional Pilates – helps you care for your body and spirit. Meeting time TBA. Looking for more fitness opportunities? Rip It meets Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays. Contact Amber Ormasen for more information: email@example.com.
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Neighborhood Center Volunteer Opportunity – the Neighborhood Center is looking for volunteers every other Wednesday morning to help unload the Food Bank truck. Can you help? Please contact the church office (315-287-2440 or firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in helping. The next delivery is Wednesday, September 26.
Friday Lunch – on Friday each week a team prepares and serves a home cooked meal to the senior citizens of our community. Meals can be consumed in Fellowship Hall (noon) or can be delivered to locations in town. Assistance is always needed – from dishwashers to delivery persons. If you would like more information about volunteering your time or would like a lunch please call the church office (315-287-2440).
Congratulations to our college and high school graduates. They were honored June 17 during the morning worship. We wish them the best in their future endeavors!
Congratulations to our confirmands! Welcome to First UMC Gouverneur!