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Tuesdays at 1pm | Asbury Lounge | In-person & Zoom
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Led by Dr. Frank
Women Connecting Through Christ
Thursdays at 7 pm (6:30 pm for a time to connect) | Asbury Lounge
Led by Janice Gasaway's email
Newburg Student Ministry
Do you have a student in 6th-12th grade? Come learn about our Student Ministry program and all they can get plugged into here at NewburgUMC, take a glance by clicking here.
The Hangout - Wednesdays from 4 PM - 7 PM
Youth Group - Sundays from 6 PM - 8 PM
If you have questions about our Student Ministry program please contact our Director of Youth Ministry, Ali Belsky (email)
Men’s Bible Study | Every other Wednesday | 7:30 PM
Our Next study is on February 1, 2023. Our study, 52 Weeks with Jesus: Fall in Love with the One Who Changed Everything By author and pastor James Merritt. Please contact James Frederick firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and the Skype link.
Life to Death to New Life | Feb 25 | 9 AM - 1 PM | Register Today
Concerned about how to talk to your family about your wishes after your death? Unsure of what to say, how to bring up the conversation, or even approach it yourself? Wondering if your legal documents are in order? Thinking about planning for your funeral or memorial service and don’t quite know where to start? Wondering what the cost might be? Wanting to be reassured as to the Christian theology about death and the life to come?
Explore these and other questions as you take active steps to plan your own memorial or funeral, make the burden of your passing easier for your loved ones, and understand it all better yourself by attending this workshop at the church. At the workshop, we will: Explore the Christian theology of death and resurrection, take steps to plan for your own funeral or memorial service, and understand how to make the legal part of your passing easier on your surviving kin.
UNPACKED: Creeds & Doctrines of Other Christian Faiths
Wednesday mornings at 10:30 AM | February 8, 15, 22 | Asbury Lounge
In this discussion group, we will look at the historical events that led up to various creeds and doctrines. Led by Dr. Dunbar.
Monthly Prayer Service | 12 PM - 1 PM
As a human being, I have long been unsettled by the increasing level and frequency of violence in our culture. As a middle-class, white male, I have had trouble knowing how to enter the conversation. And I have allowed my reluctance to make mistakes to keep me from any action where violence is concerned. However, as a religious leader, I have an obligation to the community in which I am called to serve to do something. Doing nothing, at the very least, doesn't inspire others to do anything, and at worst, gives others permission to hide behind their own apprehension and inhibitions to enter the conversation. If we continue to do nothing, it is certain that nothing will be done.
I am convinced that there are reasonable solutions to the problem of violence in our culture, I just haven't taken the time to listen to God to tell me what they are. These prayer services will give us the opportunity to listen for God's direction and to summon the courage to do what God asks of us. I do not know where this will lead us, but I can no longer continue to do anything.
Here are the dates of our Mid-day Prayer Services. All services will begin at 12:00pm and last not more than 1 hour.
3/1 - Wednesday, 4/3 - Monday, 5/1 - Monday, 6/1 - Thursday, 7/5 - Wednesday, 8/1 - Tuesday, 9/5 - Tuesday, 10/2 - Monday, 11/1 - Wednesday, 12/4 - Monday.
Redford Brightmoor Initiative | Meal Assembly
We are seeking a few more individuals (men or women) to assist with this monthly ministry. You can choose to help every month or just a few times a year. The greatest need we have is in preparing the food and delivering the food. If you are interested in learning more about this ministry or signing up to be on the monthly volunteer list, please contact Janice Gasaway, leader of WCTC, by email.