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Simplicity Class to host discussion about Thomas Merton’s "Seven Storey Mountain"

The Simplicity Sunday school class will be reading and discussing Thomas Merton’s Seven Storey Mountain on Sunday mornings, beginning October 26, in Room 223. All are welcome to join us!  If you are interested and need a copy of the book, contact Betty Chears at 319-4256.

 

Visio Divina

Visio Divina is a time of prayer using a visual image to draw one closer to God. On Wednesday, October 29, Carol Brown will lead a WNAB session of Visio Divina at 6:00 p.m. in room 201. The session will use a quilt of art done at an Alive Hospice camp for children who have lost loved ones. Together the group will seek the presence of God and remember the saints in our lives. You are invited to join us in this time of preparation for All Saint’s Day.

 

Organ...izing with Gayle Sullivan

Have you ever been curious about the many sounds the organ can make? What do all of those knobs, buttons, and tabs control? How does the organ actually work? You have an opportunity to get to know more about the “King of Instruments” at a one-time information-filled class on November 5 at 6:00 p.m.  Gayle Sullivan will teach this pipe organ orientation session right at the organ console in the sanctuary. Come join this interesting session and learn more about our leading worship instrument!

   

Charge Conference is November 2

Our annual Charge Conference will be in Parker Hall on  Sunday, November 2, following the 10:30 a.m. worship service.  A caterered lunch will be provided ($9 for adults and $5 for children). Reservations are required and must be made by Wednesday, October 29. Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (383-0832) to make your reservation. Childcare will also be available upon request. Please mark your calendar for this very important meeting!

 

Eakin Elementary food drive

Did you know there are children who live just a few blocks away from Belmont UMC who go to bed hungry? As a parent of a third-grader at Eakin, I’ve heard the stories for myself. Sitting in the cafeteria one day, a little girl told me that she and her mom had to sleep in their car for a while when her parents split up. As a parent and member of Belmont, I am compelled to reach out to the children right here in our own neighborhood who are hungry. BUMC is hosting a food drive to stock Eakin’s food pantry. Boxes will be at the entryways of the church to accept donations of spaghetti noodles, peanut butter, tuna, Easy Mac, fruit and applesauce cups, granola bars, and canned soup. Also needed are toothpaste, laundry soap, and gently used reusable shopping bags.

- by Joan Brasher

 



   

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