Thanks to Gerry Davis, we have a four minute video remembrance of our 2017 Lobsterfest complete with aerial video footage. A number of the church members and volunteers are pictured.
Sunday school begins Sunday September 10th at 10am at the North Ferrisburgh United Methodist Church for youth ages 3 y/o through 8th grade. For High School students, we are planning on a twice a month class for you.
We are a Safe Sanctuary church with many good policies in place to keep young people safe so that they can learn about God’s love.
On Sunday Aug 12th, Bruce and Jane Werner shared in their message the ministry they helped with back in the early 2000’s involving the school for disadvantaged children “Every Child Counts” in The Bahamas. If you would like to learn more about the school, click everychildcountsabaco.org to get to their website.
Several people after the service asked how they might donate funds to the school. The best way is to make checks payable to: “Every Child Counts” and mail to: Every Child Counts P.O. Box AB 20085, Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas It is 84 cents postage for a 1 oz letter to The Bahamas.
For additional information on mailing amounts over $250 or to receive tax receipts, go to the school’s donation page: http://www.everychildcountsabaco.org/how-to-donate/
Thank you for your interest.
Thanks to Gerry Davis and his drone, we have the following images of the church and the pavilion during Lobsterfest on July 29th, 2017
During Sunday worship the message was the youth and adults talking about a) what they each did; b) where they saw God; and c) what they liked the best. I videotaped MOST of the messages, but unfortunately, my iPhone ran out of memory before everyone spoke. Apologies to Megan McIntyre, Sophie and Nora Hatch, and Joe Kwiatkowski who all gave wonderful messages as well.
Written comments from some of those not on the video:
Nora Hatch: One of the things that was hard for us was our homeowner got sick and had to go to the hospital. We told the whole camp and the whole camp prayed for his healing. We were so grateful to see that he was released from the hospital the next day. We were very fond of him, his wife, and their cute dogs.
Joe Kwiatkowski: “My role at UMARMY was providing the music during worship services. Being able to see all the different groups on the program team, I saw God in the interactions between the different groups and the people they did work for. My favorite moment was meeting a client who had met my godmother because the client’s sister owned a flower shop my godmother would do deliveries for on busy holidays. “
On June 24th, the Old Hollow neighborhood is hosting a community tag sale at 16 locations involving 18 households on Sat, June 24th from 8am to 3pm. The map (downloadable as a pdf) shows the sale locations as red stars with various landmarks. The table (also downloadable as a pdf) lists the items for sale at each location.
If you have questions, call Lou McLaren at 802 578-1569.
Please note: there is no parking at the church as there is a memorial service that day.