St. Paul's United Methodist Church
Saturday, January 19, 2019

Activities

  
 
 
We invite you to participate
in the community of faith at St. Paul's
by joining us for one or more of these upcoming events!
   
 
 

 
 
Another great year
of hosting
 
CHRISTMAS IN ODESSA 

 
 
St. Paul’s Youth Group
Bake Sale
 
 
  
Rising Sun High School Chorale & 
Chamber Choir 

 
 

 
The following information is St. Paul's UMM End of Year Report showing Activities, Missions, and Financial support generated by the UMM Disciples during 2018.
 
1. Two Breakfast Meetings, April and August
2. Two one-week Bible Studies held in April and Oct.
3. "Stayin on Par with God" Scripture, Golf, and Lunch held twice a month April through October.
4. Oversee and participate with "Covenant Garden" April through September.
5. Program and produced the "Ninth Annual" Golf Tournament in September.
6. Set up and tear down for sunrise services over-looking the Appoquinimink.
7. Assist with Vacation Bible School.
8. Open Church each Sunday and ready for services.
9. Provide Ushers for 8:30 AM Service
10. Mail approximately 50 Get Well, Sympathy, Greeting, etc. cards to St. Paul's Congregants.
 
St. Paul's UMM gave Financial support to the following Missions which Totaled $ 2,597.93
 
1. Youth Rally in Ocean City, MD.
2. Mother's Day Flowers for St. Paul's Ladies
3. Purchase and Provide Water for May Day at Silver Lake Elementary School.
4. Youth Mission trip to North Carolina.
5. Society of St. Andrews in Big Island, VA.
6. St. Paul's Mission Buckets
7. Men of Faith in Wilmington for Christmas Baskets
8. St. Paul's Adopt a Family for Christmas
9. Regrading and planting of grass seed to rear of church after removal of trees.
10. Yearly dues to National UMM
 
It is because of God's Grace that St. Paul's UMM are able to do the things they do and it is because of Spiritual Discipleship that St. Paul's UMM work within the Grace of God.
 
The UMM would like to thank St. Paul's for their support this year and as I invite All Men of St. Paul's to be part of this Mission, we wish All a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

Peace and God bless, Paul Loder
 
 GOLF TOURNAMENT was a SUCCESS!

St. Paul's UMM would like to thank all that supported or donated to the 9th annual golf tournament held on Tuesday, October 2. Your continuous support has resulted in another successful tournament as this year's net income totaled $2,339. Thanks again and may God bless each of you! Paul Loder

STAYING ON PAR
WITH GOD 

Monday, October 15 at Odessa National was our final outing for 2018 and we took time over lunch to reflect on our blessings and to plan and discuss going forward for 2019. Peace and God Bless, Paul

On Saturday, August 25, the UMM held their last breakfast meeting of 2018 and what a glorious morning it was with 23 Brothers in attendance! The UMM's next meeting will be in April of 2019 and more info will follow.  All men of St. Paul's are welcome to be part of the UMM so please contact me if you are interested! Thanks and God Bless to All...Paul Loder

Please find the below link to photos from the breakfast Saturday. 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/99186075@N05/albums/72157700276832844

 
 
REACHING IN

 

JOY NEWS

Over 35 folks met at the church on December 13 and had a delicious covered dish supper, sang Christmas songs with Marcia Wheeler providing the piano playing (whoever didn’t come missed the wonderful JOY version of the Twelve Days of Christmas), and played games with Charlotte Miller leading the group.  It was a lively group and filled the Social Hall; we even had to set up extra chairs!  A big thanks and hats off to all who helped.   

The sign-up sheet for interest in the Sight and Sound excursion is in the Narthex.  If we get enough interest to get the tickets at a discount and get enough drivers, we will collect money and order the tickets for some time in the Spring.  More to come regarding our next activity in February! 

Ann Raymond and Phyllis Burris

 


 

ANNUAL WOMEN’S RETREAT

A weekend of fun, fellowship, walking on the beach seeing the dolphins play, singing, crafting, communion and delicious food. A huge thanks to Marilyn Jones, Diane Shoun, Georgiana Fennemore & Sharyn Sheats for organizing this wonderful event.

 
 
WOMEN’S HEALTH PROGRAM SERIES
 

Personal Safety!


A HUGH thanks to Sergeant John “Wes” Barnett, Jr. from the Delaware State Police, Community Outreach Unit for coming to St. Paul’s to educate us with important crime prevention tips! 
  
Ann Newswanger, Parish Nurse
 
 Blood Pressure Check
 
First Sunday Each Month after Worship
TOPS - TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY
Now meeting at 6PM on Wednesdays in Fellowship Hall
Let’s together achieve the challenge of reaching and staying a healthy weight.  
Ann Newswanger, Parish Nurse    
 
  
 
Service Opportunities
St. Paul's provides many opportunities weekly for even the busiest among us to serve and glorify God.  Please contact the persons listed below if you are interested in any of the following opportunities:
Flower Ministry Janet Rowley
Liturgist  Alice Mullins
Acolyte Megan Reitzes 
Communion Server Carole Harmon
Greeter  Johanna Learish
 
 
Worship Arts Team