United Methodist Men will meet on Tuesday, Aug. 16, at 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall.
The Nominating Committee will meet on Sunday, Aug. 21, immediately after the worship service in the Sanctuary.
The deadline to submit information in the September newsletter is Thursday, Aug. 18. The newsletter will be published on Wednesday, Aug. 23.
The new September/October 2022 edition of The Upper Room is now available in the Narthex, Fellowship Hall or the church office. If you need a copy mailed to you, please contact the church office.
CORNER FARMERS MARKET
Georgie and Sarah will be at the Moncks Corner Farmers Market every Thursday selling baked goods, bows and tee shirts to raise money for Relay for Life. The Moncks Corner Kiwanis Club will also be there selling peaches and tomatoes.
BAGS FROM KJ’S
We have received a large supply of food bags from KJ’s grocery store for anyone who may need them. They are located on the pews in the Fellowship Hall. The bags contain a can of corn, green beans and Starkist tuna, a box of mac & cheese, a one-pound bag of rice, and a bag of lima beans. If you know someone who could benefit from these bags, please pick up as many as are needed and deliver to them.
Blessing bags will be located in the Narthex, the Fellowship Hall, and the Education Building. Please take a bag or two to keep in your car, and as you are traveling and see someone who may need it, please share a blessing bag with them.
This Sunday, we will begin passing the offering plates again during worship service. We need volunteers to usher. If you can help, please contact Mike Bender.
Join us this Sunday for worship service at 10 am in the Sanctuary as Rev. Sam Marcengill delivers the message titled, “God’s Way Is the Way.” The worship service will also be broadcast live on our Facebook page, and a link will be emailed to everyone after the service.
Sunday School for nursery through adult begins at 9 am.
Please join us for our August movie night on Saturday, Aug. 27, at dusk in the Fellowship Hall as we show the movie American Underdog. It’s the story of NFL MVP and Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner, who went from stocking shelves at a supermarket to becoming an American football star. The United Methodist Men will be selling meals starting at 6:30 pm. Come and enjoy food, show and fellowship!
DROP-IN FOR THE LEARYS
The family of Bob and Doris Leary invites the congregation to a drop-in reception to honor their 70th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 28, in the Fellowship Hall immediately after the worship service. No gifts, please.
The date for our 2022 Charge Conference is Sunday, Oct. 16, at 6:30 pm.
A trip to the Alabama Theater and dinner is planned for Tuesday, Nov. 8. The show will be at 1:30 pm followed by dinner at 4:30 pm. If we have 20 or more, the show is $32 per person. There are six choices for dinner. The dinner chosen by most of us attending is where we will eat. A list of dinner choices is posted on the bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall and in the church office, or they can be sent to you by email. Please call Sarah at (843) 899-5238 for more information. This is for all adults who want or need a day out.
Be sure to check out our new webpage at pumc.churchtrac.com. It includes an up-to-date calendar of events and announcements.
PRINTS FOR SALE
Preorder forms are available for painting reproductions of the Sanctuary, which are on display in the church office. Orders will be placed monthly, with delivery on or about the 10th of the following month. Checks may be payable to PUMC – Church Prints Fundraiser. You can choose from a 5”x7” for $10 each, 8”x10” for $15 each, and 11”x14” for $20 each. For more information, contact the church office.
There will be no Cub Scout or Boy Scout meeting this week.
Girl Scouts will meet on Tuesday, August 23, at 6 pm in the Seekers Classroom. For more information, contact Brenda Butler at (843) 670-4855.
Don Jones & Georgette Meyer’s wedding
Del Collins’ dad – doing well
Tyler Owens moving to Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond for his internship
Birthdays for Bill Bunch, Layla Yaden, Ken Lehman, Eric Nettles and Earl Ebert
Great book giveaway at Recreation Complex
Beautiful, cooler weather
Good results of health screens/testing
Billy Bailey – in hospital
Ann Maggard’s friend, Robin Huggins
Jerry Peterson’s sister, Donna
Dino Schwartz – esophageal cancer and upcoming surgery
Karen Kodama’s Aunt Allie
Pam Ringley – hospital with pneumonia
Mr. & Mrs. Maggard
Betty Ann Wood
Doris Leary’s cousin, David Rath
Donna Cabrera’s friends Carlos DeJesus and Jacquie Jackson
Robin Austin’s cousin Kimberly Carcaise – cancer
Pastor Doug Benton and his wife, Carrie
Teachers and school staff
Those with Covid
Military and their family
The UMC Conference
If you have any prayer requests you would like to share with the congregation or the pastor, please email them to the church office. If a name needs to be added or removed from our prayer list, please contact the church office.