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• Loose Coin Offering—May
• Mission for Church Community Service
• Craft Night—May 22nd
• Cub Scouts—May 22nd
• United Methodist Women—May 27th
• United Methodist Men's Breakfast—June 3rd
• Feed the Firemen—June 4th
• Senior Luncheon—June 5th
• Vacation Buble School—June 24th-28th
• Missions Opportunity
• Two Rivers Cluster
• May 2018 Newsletter On-line
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• Loose Coin Offering
Hands Holding Loose Coins

Our May Loose Coin Offering will go to NG3.  NG3 is a non-profit, faith-based organization that invests in the lives of high school students through intentional relationship building, character development, serving the community and mentorship-style small groups known as “Huddle Groups”.  The “NG” stands for Next Generation and the “3” stands for Character, Community and Change.
Click to see what NG3 is doing at Jimtown High School.

Jane Rapp & Missions Committee.

 

• Mission for Church Community Service
It's been a long standing tradition at JUMC to collect non-perishable food for Church Community Services on the first Sunday of each month.  Collections have dwindled to very low levels recently. For the next few months, Missions will try a new approach to hopefully improve our contributions.  Each month a designated product will be chosen and each family will be asked to bring one of that item sometime during the month which will be brought to CCS at the beginning of the new month.  Let's work together to show God's love to our community.

Our food collection focus for May is: Peanut Butter.  Bring in your donation by the end of the month.

Of course, we will take any non-perishable food item you bring.  Be watching and listening for future 2018 donations. 

Missions Committee

Jar of JIF Peanut Butter        Jar of Peter Pan Peanut Butter        Jar of Planters Peanut Butter        Jar of Shippy Peanut Butter

 

• Craft Night
ScrapbookingJoin us for a fun evening of scrapbooking & crafts.  We will work from 6:00 p.m. to ?? on the 4th Tuesday of the month.  Bring your projects and join with fellow crafters.  You may bring a snack to share.  We will have some equipment available for you to use and a few supplies to purchase. 
Call Jane Rapp at 262-1975, or Paula LaPlace, 294-1056, if you have any questions.  There is no charge for this event.  Bring your friends!

 

Next Craft Night: Tuesday, May 22nd

• Scouts
Cub Scout LogoDo you know someone that would like to get involved in Scouting?  Our pack will next meet on Tuesday, May 22nd at 6:30.  This will be the last meeting until fall.  If you have questions, call Becky Metcalf at 522-3934.

 

 

• United Methodist Women
UMW MeetingThe UMW meets on the 4th Sunday morning at 7:45am prior to service.  They meet in the “Builder’s” classroom downstairs.  The next meeting will be May 27th.  Please plan to join them.  They have a light breakfast as well.

 

 

• United Methodist Men's Breakfast
United Methodist Men Logo
The United Methodist Men will meet Sunday, June 3rd at 7:00am.  All Men are welcome to attend for a hearty breakfast and fellowshhip.

 

 

• Feed The Firemen Project
FiremanIn Building Bridges to the Community, Jamestown UMC is sponsoring the Feed the Firemen project.  This project involves preparing a meal for the Baugo Township Fire Department on the first Monday of each month.

What is a Volunteer Fireman? Click Here

 

Current members of BTFD and church members or familly of a church member who are serving or have served on the department. Click Here

In "Building Bridges to the Families of the Community", we need volunteers to prepare meals for the next training session on June 4th.  A sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board or contact Deb Beehler to volunteer.
This is a wonderful opportunity to provide a service to the firefighters who put their lives on the line to serve the families of Baugo Township.  The Baugo Township Fire Department is definitely a "Family" in our community.

Volunteers should prepare dishes for approximately 15 firemen.  The meal should be placed in aluminum foil pans and taken to the fire department building by 6:30 p.m.  The firemen will be involved in a training program and will eat in stages.  Using throw-away pans assures that dishes will not be lost or require pick up.  The meal should consist of meat, vegetable, salad or potato and a dessert.

• Senior Luncheon
Senior Luncheon with Bowl of Soup

Senior Luncheon will meet next on June 5th.  Bring a dish to share and enjoy good food and fellowship.

 

 

• Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School is Coming!VBS Logo-ShipwreckedSAVE THE DATE!
Jamestown UMC will be holding their Vacation Bible School June 24th-28th from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.  More information will be posted here as the planning progresses. This year's theme is "Shipwrecked-Rescued by Jesus".  Plan on bringing your children and their friends for lots of fun.

Hope
Hope
Beacon
Beacon

Save time at registration. Click link below to
print out a form to register ahead of time.
VBS On-line Registration

 

 

• Missions Opportunity
Missions are more than financially supporting worthwhile organizations.  There is also a call to provide services to those in need on a personal level.  Missions Committee has found a need at the Elkhart County Corrections Facility that we could fill.  During visiting hours, which are on Thursday through Sunday from 4:30pm to 9:30pm, the children of families coming to visit their loved ones have little or nothing to occupy their time.  This compounds an already stressful situation.  Having people there to read to the children will benefit them and their families during their time there.

Please consider in your heart if this would be a way for you to serve the Lord.

• Two Rivers Cluster
Two Rivers ClusterFollow News & Events for the Two Rivers Cluster Churches.  This page has photos of the Two Rivers Cluster churches and links to their websites.  Other information about our Cluster will also be posted on this page.
Visit Two Rivers Cluster.

 

• Monthly Newsletter On-line
The May 2018, Jimtown OpenLine, is now available on the website.
The newsletter is in PDF format so you will need to have Adobe Reader (or an equivalent program) to view it.  Click here Newsletters or on the "Newsletters" link at the left.

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