UNITED METHODIST WOMEN’S BAKE SALE
Sunday, November 18th after both Services
Come and buy your homemade desserts and be helping yourself, as well as giving to missions. All will be reasonably priced and you can save yourself some cooking time too.
NOTE: There will NOT be an Administrative Council Meeting in November. We will have our next meeting on December 3rd @ 7:00 P.M. in the Vinson Building.
❄ Hey all, 14 youth/adults will be headed to Gatlinburg, TN for the Xtreme Winter Conference 12/27-1/1. I know you are thinking, sounds like a great trip and would love to help out…GUESS WHAT?☝ YOU CAN…There are several ways! 1: PRAYERS are always appreciated! 2: We have planned to go Snow Tubing, cost is $25.00 per person, if you would like to help offset the cost for one or two youth(s), that would be great. 3: SPONSOR a breakfast, lunch and/or dinner or provide snacks/drinks. We are staying in a cabin this year and will have access to a kitchen where we can have meals family style, so frozen homemade meals we can pack up, would be a fabulous treat. This conference allows the youth to hear some great Christian bands as well as some amazing speakers and come together as a family. Please get with Adam and/or Annette Weiche to discuss details. Thank you so much for your support and love! ❤
Neil Skipper speaking TONIGHT for youth service (UMM providing the meal). You all ROCK 🤘❤. Come.join us tonight, 6 pm.
🕞 Sunday, November 11th @ 3:30 pm Parent/youth meeting for those going on Gatlinburg, TN Winter Xtreme Conference trip.
🚫 NO YOUTH on Wednesday evening, November 21st.
👉 Sunday, November 25th, we will just have Christmas Play practice at 4:30 to 6:00 pm. It is Thanksgiving weekend, BUT we really need ALL youth present. Will probably be a dress rehearsal practice. No dinner or service, JUST practice.
🗨 SAVE THE DATE “DNOW”, Friday, January 18th – Sunday, January 20th, 2019. Youth, please make sure to register by December 30th. Registration forms will be located upstairs in youth area. Church members, if you would like to be a part of this Great Spiritual weekend for our youth, get with Adam and/or Annette Weiche. Ways you can be involved is by being a host home, break out leader (all material provided), provide snacks, help with prayer walk, prayer warrior, etc. More information coming soon!
ATTENTION KROGER SHOPPERS
Do you shop at Kroger? Well now you can make a donation to Liberty just by using your Kroger card at checkout.
To Use the Kroger Community Rewards Program:
Simply visit http://www.kroger.com. Once logged into their Kroger account they can search for Liberty United Methodist Church either by name or US791 and then click Enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card.
*Customers must have a registered Kroger rewards card account to link to your organization.
*If a member does not yet have a Kroger rewards card, please let them know they are available at the customer service desk at any Kroger
REMEMBER, purchases will not count for Liberty until after you have registered your rewards card. You must swipe their registered Kroger rewards card or use the phone number that is related to your registered Kroger rewards card when shopping for each purchase to count.
Conference to Offer Certified Lay Minister Training
“The Certified Lay Minister program is designed to offer anyone who wants to be a stronger leader in their church a good foundation,” said Dr. Nita Crump, Director of Connectional Ministries. “We encourage everyone who is assigned to a church as Lay Supply to participate in this program, and we also encourage all other church leaders to consider it.” Participating in the CLM program will make any lay person a stronger leader in their church, she said.
The cost for the class is $300 per person, which includes lunch, snacks, books, and supplies for the entire course. Scholarship opportunities are available. Contact Dr. Nita Crump at email@example.com for more information
Date is NOVEMBER 14TH. We are calling all cooks to bring your chili for judging or your baked goods for dessert! This is always a wonderful time of good fellowship and at the same time you are supporting Missions…
Season of Thanksgiving
A Season of Thanksgiving is a month-long season of thanks and giving. It seeks to refocus our nation on giving thanks to God and giving food to others. It seeks to focus our nation on giving thanks for the people who take care of us and on caring for the people who depend on us. It seeks to focus our nation on giving to others and allowing others to give back to us. A Season of ThanksGiving gives the donor and the recipient and opportunity to give thanks and give prayers. Thus, it becomes a season of Thanks and Giving for everyone who participates.
Don’t forget to pick up your “Season of Thanksgiving” booklet today. They are available in the Narthex.
SAVE THE DATE
NOVEMBER 13th 2-6 P.M.
|LIBERTY 2018 Upward
|64||11/11||Leadership team and volunteers to get some much-needed rest|
|65||11/12||Volunteer recognition dinner|
|66||11/13||Friendships formed at Upward to continue to thrive|
|67||11/14||God to reveal improvements that should be made to the Upward program|
|68||11/15||All to remember the reason for the upcoming Advent Season|
|69||11/16||All to be Thankful|