Below are our upcoming events and any active event signups. Check back often as these will change frequently.
The June meeting is at 11:30am on Monday, June 11th, in Fellowship Hall. It is the annual potluck picnic. Please bring a salad or dessert to share!
Ken Dickinson will be talking to us about the service trip that he was part of, in Clendenin, WV. “Two years ago several storms converged within a week to cause major flooding in the area. Not only homes were affected, but also the church that housed us. It is a story of the process of recovery for people and a church that is continuing to serve in new ways.”
Please come and hear how we can all make a difference!
It is time to party! All CUMC women are welcome to join us for our culminating event: our annual potluck picnic. We ask that you bring your favorite crowd pleasing dish as we eat and fellowship with each other. We also ask for your ideas as we plan for the next year’s activities!
The Friendly Seniors invite all adults, age 55+, to join us on Wednesday, June 20, at 11:30 for lunch at the Cracker Barrel restaurant in Plymouth Meeting. After lunch, we will be traveling to Pastor Tawny’s home for dessert. Directions to her house will be given out at the restaurant. Please sign-up at the kiosk in the church lobby by Sunday, June 17th, so we can let the restaurant know how many will be attending. Bring a friend!
Are you providing care for a family member or friend? Would you like to chat with other caregivers? It's helpful at times to share experiences with people in situations similar to our own. Join us on Friday, June 22, in the lounge at Christ UMC. If there's someone in your life that could benefit from this time, please extend an invitation. This event is sponsored by your Care Ministers. Please sign up in the lobby. If you are interested, but can't make this date and time please contact Marge Kramer, Director of Congregational Care.
You’re invited to a Flapjack Breakfast Fundraiser at Applebee’s, 1281 Knapp Rd, North Wales, to support the Cuba Hurricane Relief efforts of our SOMOCO Mission ConneXion. Last year, a mission team from Haws Ave. UMC, Norristown, and the Conshohocken UMC, under the leadership of Pastor Rodney Brailsford, went to Cuba to install a water purification system for the Methodist Church in Holguin, Cuba. Then, last fall, a hurricane swept across the island and tore the roof off the church.
All the funds raised from the breakfast will be used for the rebuilding of Nueva Jerusalem Methodist Church in Holguin, Cuba. The cost is $10 per person, with children 5-9 at $7, and 4 and under free. Tickets may be purchased at the door but an advance count must be turned in, so contact Pastor Rodney Brailsford, 267-207-9732 , to let him know how many will be in your party. The reach of United Methodists working together is truly amazing!