If you are dealing with loss during this or any other season, you shouldn't have to grieve alone. This weekly support group is for anyone experiencing loss in their lives and is sure to be helpful to anyone in need of a loving, supportive community. This small group will meet weekly on Wednesday evenings at 7pm and will be run by Bob Deits. Please feel free to contact the church office if you have any questions.
Interested in joining NSUMC? Join the leaders of our membership committee on Sunday, January 22nd at 11:15am (after the worship service) in this quick introduction to the church! If you'd like to read about what the church believes, you can download the attached FAQ to learn more.
On Sunday, January 22nd at 11:15am (after the worship service), come meet CarePortal regional manager, Josue Sanchez, who will explain how CarePortal connects us with needy kiddos and will train us how to represent God while interacting with these kids and families.
All creatures great and small are invited to our Blessing of the Animals this Saturday morning (1/21) at 10:30am!
Our pastors will offer a drive-through blessing to the pets and other creatures that offer you support and love. Any type of animal is welcome!
The first six-week session of the Monday evening Bible study begins on January 16th with a study of "Luke: Jesus and the Outsiders, Outcasts, and Outlaws" by Adam Hamilton. Copies are available for purchase from Amazon, Christianbook, and Cokesbury.
Please contact Dinah Bahlman if you have any questions or wish to participate.
The Wednesday morning Bible study group will resume meeting on January 11th with a 12-week study on the book of Matthew by Dr. David Jeremiah. In this study, Matthew shows how Jesus is worthy of our hope. He shows how Jesus, as an all-wise teacher, is worthy of our trust. And, Matthew explains how Jesus, as the eternal King, is worthy of our devotion. Matthew records all he witnessed as he accompanied Jesus during his earthly ministry and demonstrates how Jesus fulfilled all the earlier prophecies about the promised Messiah.
Each chapter includes readings from Matthew; and, then, questions for discussion about what we have read. There is room for you to reflect and answer the questions as you prepare for the class.
There are a few copies of the book on-hand. You can also find it on Amazon and Cokesbury.
The worship committee has moved the clean-up date for the Sanctuary to this Sunday, January 8th, after the worship service. Volunteers are welcome to assist taking down the Christmas decorations as we begin the new year.
If you would like to add something to the calendar or reminder, please use the Submission Form or contact: email@example.com.