November 6th is a Day of Prayer for the Ukraine.
Please keep the people of Ukraine in your prayers as the tragic violence befalling their country continues. In June, in collaboration with UMCOR, NSUMC collected $1,645 in donations from the church and the Mission Committee matched that amount. We were able to provide UMCOR's Ukraine efforts with $3,290.
You can read the DSCUMC article about the war in Ukraine here.
UWFaith will have a Unit Meeting and potluck lunch after the service on Sunday, November 6th at 11:15. There will also be a packing party for Operation Christmas Child Shoebox. Any woman in the church is welcome to attend!
November 13th will be the first day to select an angel for the Angel Tree this year. We will be providing gifts for those in need of comfort and love during the holiday season all the way through December 11th.
Stay tuned for more information about sign-ups!
North Scottsdale United Methodist Church will host a New Member Interest Orientation Session on Sunday, November 13, 2022 after the 10am worship service. For more information, please contact the church office or reach out to Bob Bergstrom.
We will also be receiving new member into our church family during the 10am worship service on Sunday, November 27, 2022.
NSUMC invites you and your family to a “make & take” event on Sunday, November 13th at 11:00AM. We would like to help you prepare for the giving season with a “Giving Plate.” We will supply the plates and materials to help you make a Giving Plate plus the cookies that can be given away on that Giving Plate. You can create a design for this plate with the assistance of our Artist in Residence, Janet Flournoy, or you can use your creativity to make your own design.
The end of November helps us remember that it is a season of gratitude. We all have someone to be grateful for and we would like to assist people in giving a gift from the heart. The concept behind the giving plate, it that you create it, and fill it with seasonal goodies. Then gift this full plate to some that you are grateful for. The only thing you ask in return is that they fill it and gift it to someone that made them smile. The Giving Plate ends up being a gift that keeps giving and keeps making people smile throughout the season.
The family ministry team will be serving a wide selection of pies to accompany this artistic event. This event is FREE and open to the public.
The Mission Committee is collecting donations for the Suitcase Initiative. These suitcases are giving to foster children aging out of the Foster Care system at the age of 18. Many of them leave with a garbage bag holding their belongings. We will be at the Mission Table after church on Sunday with a filled bag for you to see and for any questions. We fill 32 cases a year at a cost of $110 each. You can either send a check or donate online under Mission Committee for Suitcase Initiative.
There will be a training session for greeter and usher volunteers after the service on Sunday, November 20th. If you'd like to volunteer as an usher or a greeter, you can sign up using the form here. If you'd like to serve as a liturgist, please contact the office and we will work out a date for you!
November 3 | Prison Card Outreach @ 10am
November 6 | Unit Meeting Potluck & Shoebox Packing @ 11:15am
November 10 | New Day Circle @ 12:30pm
November 14 | Lunch Out @ 11:30am
November 17 | Brown Bag Bookies @ 12:30pm
November 20 | Needle Arts @ 1:00pm
Fall Confirmation classes begin this Sunday at 4pm.
Registration for the Spring session is still open to youth in 6th-12th grade who may be interested in learning about the United Methodist church and the Foundation of our Faith.. Contact Mia Cox for more details.
The Family Ministry team will be hosting a Chili Cookoff with a Great Pumpkin decorating craft on October 23rd at 11am following the worship service in the fellowship hall. All are invited!
We invite our chili chefs to create their masterpieces for a friendly competition of taste testing. Yes, you read that correctly. All the congregation will be taste testing the chili delicacies that come through our fellowship hall doors. We hope that Pastor Christopher will cook up a hot pot too! The winner claims bragging rights for 365 days!
While NSUMC friends, and family devour the chili, we will also supply craft items and pumpkins for you to decorate for the autumn holidays.
Your taste buds, crafting skills and friendly conversations are invited to help welcome the season of autumn!
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