Our next Men’s Breakfast and 1st Sunday Luncheon is September 3rd. Ask a church member to join you for lunch during July and August.
Thanks to everyone who helped and supported Camp Out: Learning S’More about Jesus! Counting everyone, we had over 125 participants in Vacation Bible School this year. We also were able to provide fresh water for 107 children through our VBS offering. Plus, we made 88 “GUTSY” Bears for the Henrico County Police Department to use as comfort bears.
We also had great food and so much of it we got to share twice with the local Fire Department. Everything was so much fun, especially sharing the gospel of Jesus with the children.
Thanks to Four Mile Creek for hosting this cooperative ministry!
Let’s get straight to it. Here is your June newsletter. Plus, here is the June Calendar . Don’t forget Celebrate Varina at Dorey Park this Saturday, June 3rd from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM. See you there!
You are invited to come join us every week for worship and Sunday School at 1919 New Market Rd in Varina, VA. Our early service starts at 8:45 AM. Sunday School begins at 9:45 AM and our traditional service starts at 11:00 AM.
If anyone needs a copy of our Lay Leadership list, they can pick one up in the office. Thanks.
The spring is a wonderful time of the year. Every farmer is sowing seeds with an abundant harvest in mind. Every gardener is envisioning savoring the fruits of their labor. All of us, coming off of a fresh celebration of the good news of Jesus’ resurrection can move forward trusting the Lord to work everything together for our good.
The good news on top of that good news is we can be co-laborers with the Lord in all that God does. Look for those opportunities to work with the Lord in bringing life, peace, and joy to those around you. Join us for worship in May as each Sunday we learn lessons from the prophet Daniel. (Early Service – 8:45 AM & Traditional Service – 11:00 AM)
This week, we in the Virginia Annual Conference are called to consecrate special time to pray for the United Methodist Church and in particular for the Commission on the Way Forward and for the meeting of the Judicial Council in April. These groups are tasked with considering and making very important decisions in the life of our church.
Thank you for the fervency and focus of your prayers this week. To help you, I have included questions and answers from the Southeastern Jurisdictional College of Bishops regarding the Judicial Council and the latest summary from Good News of the press release from the Commission on a Way Forward.