Make dinner reservations
by 4 p.m. Monday.
• Call 756-2021, ext 3123;
• Email email@example.com
$25 max per household. $8 adults.
$5 children & youth. With an adult meal, children 3 & under eat free.
Thank you for keeping your dinner reservations current.
We pay in-advance for the number of meals we order.
Dinner at 5:15 p.m. Classes at 6 p.m.
Children’s Activities and
Youth Activities at 6 p.m.
Classes begin August 15!
Make dinner reservations by 4 p.m. Monday.
$25 max per household. $8 adults. $5 children & youth.
With an adult meal, children 3 & under eat free.
• Call 756-2021, ext 3123 • Email firstname.lastname@example.org
September 26 – Chicken Enchilada Casserole, Spanish Rice, Pinto Beans, Tortilla Chips,
Chocolate Buttercream Cake
Salad available upon pre-order. Non-dairy & meat free items available upon pre-order.
September 19, 26; October 3, 10, 17 – Conversation on A Way Forward
Some of you are aware that the United Methodist Church has been having a very public discussion and discernment about human sexuality. This dates back to the General Conference in 1972 and has continued every four years until 2016 when the General Conference voted to hold a special called conference in February 2019 to address the division in the church around scripture interpretations and human sexuality.
When we think about the state of the United Methodist Church right now, we see the image of a group of people who are on a long journey and need to take a moment to center themselves, evaluate the situation and develop a way forward. As a denomination, a conference, and a church we are at a place of prayer, evaluation, and preparation.
Over the next five Prime Time Wednesdays, Pastor Mark and Pastor Will will explore where we have been, where we are, and where we are going. Embracing the Wideness will be referenced throughout the series. Books will be available for purchase ($10) in the church office.
September 19 – Where have we been so far?
September 26 – Where are we now?
October 3 – What tools (resources) are at our disposal?
October 10 – What does the path look like?
October 17 – Where is God calling us in the future?
October 24 – Fall Festival
Music is one of the most important ways we engage in worship. In our children’s music program we teach our youngsters a variety of ways to participate. First-Centenary children and their friends are invited to be part of one of our musical groups. The kids will be singing and also learning fundamental music skills, along with drumming and Orff instruments. Our musicians will participate in the Sanctuary and The Vine worship services throughout the school year.
Three groups are being offered:
4 year - Kindergarten – Room 237 in the Children’s Wing.
Music from 6-6:30, then supervised activity.
Children can be picked up in the children’s wing at 7 p.m..
Grades 1-2 – Room 121 (across from the choir room)
Grades 3-5 – Room 125 (Seminar Room)
Music for the elementary grades will be 6-6:40 p.m.
After rehearsal the kids go to the gym to play.
Please pick up your children in the gym by 7 p.m.