Come put those muscles to work! The parsonage needs some cleaning up! No matter your skill level or age, whether you have two left feet or if you’re all thumbs, we have a job for you. We need all hands-on deck! We will be meeting Saturday, November 10th (rain date the 17th) at 8am to begin working! We will be cleaning up the outside of the parsonage as well and hauling things out of the basement! Delicious bagels and fruit will be provided! Please let Pastor Dave or Cass know if you are able to attend so there are enough supplies available. Many hands make light work. Let’s work together to beautify our parsonage!
Are you looking for unique gifts and handmade crafts for Christmas? Make sure you stop by the UMW’s Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 1st. The Ladies will have baskets, unique gifts, crafts and baked goods for sale. The bazaar is held from 9:00am- 3:00pm. Just in time for lunch. They have that too! There will be soup, chili, Meatball Sanwiches! Proceeds benefit our United Methodist Women’s group’s mission work. Come on out to enjoy the day with us!
Church Council will be meeting on Wednesday, November 14th in our Nesco Church building at 7 pm. Please plan to attend. If you cannot come please email contact Pastor Dave, PastorCarber@yahoo.com, (609) 804-1844 or (609) 226-9148.
We will have a pancake breakfast November 3rd from 8am-11am in our Nesco Church. Come out with your family and friends to enjoy a delicious breakfast for a great price and for a great cause too! The cost is only $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children ages 3 to 10. Children under 3 are free! The proceeds benefit the mission work of our United Methodist Women’s group. Write it on your calendar! You do not want to miss the last breakfast of the year. We will have special pumpkin pancakes and apple topping YUM!
Next Pancake Breakfast February 2, 2019
Thanksgiving is a holiday we spend extra time giving thanks to God for what we have been blessed with this year. It’s a time for families and friends to gather and celebrate the bounty of the season. But for many in our community, the holiday is a reminder of their struggle with hunger. We need your help to get dinner to families this Thanksgiving and all year round. Every family deserves to have a Thanksgiving dinner. Thanksgiving is not only about being thankful to God for our bountiful blessing, but it is also about giving in service to others in need.
We are asking our congregation, neighbors, and friends to share their blessings by donating food and other items to families that may need a helping hand this holiday season. Please make sure items have a valid date. We will collect anything non-perishable.
Stuffing Mix Boxed Mashed Potatoes Rice
Macaroni & Cheese Turkey Gravy Can Cranberry Sauce Canned Soup Flour Sugar
Baking Supplies Pasta Pasta Sauce
Snacks Brownie Mix Cookie mix
Can corn Can string beans Can carrots
Can sweet potatoes Corn Bread/ Muffins Cereal