United Methodist Church Anna
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Open hearts. Open minds. Open doors.
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Church Services
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.
Christian Education 9:00 a.m.
Fellowship Hour 11:15 a.m.
 
Church/Office telephone (618) 833-2234
 

Ministries

   

 2020 Bazaar Events

November 7th - Fall Bazaar

December 31st - Open Date

(New Year's Eve)

 
 Kroger Community Rewards

From May 28 to Aug. 26, 2020 the 27 households that are enrolled managed to donate $95.44. We accomplished this because you shopped at Kroger’s and enrolled your Kroger card in the Community Rewards program. You may call or go on line to www.kroger.com/communityrewards to enroll or re-enroll. The AUMC number – XI665.

 

What can I do to prepare for this flu season?

The timing of flu is very unpredictable and can vary from season to season. Flu activity most commonly peaks in the US between December and February.   However, flu season activity can begin as early as October and continue as late as May.

 

CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone six months of age and older as the first and most important step in protecting against this serious disease. In addition to getting the flu vaccine, use everyday preventive actions such as: stay away from sick people, washing your hands frequently to reduce the spread of germs, and staying at home if you are sick to prevent the spread of the virus.

 

The CDC recommends getting the flu vaccine soon after it is available, preferably by October. Remember that it takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies to develop in the body and provide protection.

 

 
Loaves and Fishes
  

 

                                                         

 

Every month, the dinner has a different theme with decorations that all coordinate! October was “1950s!” Teri Goldsberry “Pink Lady” and Olivia Bono helped serve 150 people at the meal. 

 
 
 
 “Loaves and Fishes” Mission Dinner
 
 
Warming your Heart & Soul with Fellowship.
 86 bags of groceries were handed out in June.
  

We are well stocked for now and no longer

need grocery bags or plastic containers donated. 

 
 In August we distributed 110 bags including
 

Breakfast items along with the other foods and children also got a special treat.

 

We will be distributing groceries behind the Church, Tuesday, September 15th

 
from 5:00 to 6:00pm

  

Thank you to everyone who works, donates, prays and attends.    

   

We could not do this ministry without you! 

 
Children must be accompanied by a parent
 
 
or guardian.  For more information call
 
 
Anna UMC at 833-2234.
  
If you are able to help  
 
 contact the co-chairs of Loaves and Fishes,
  
  Nancy Hooks and Bonnie Sullivan.
 
“As you did it to one of the least of these ...”
 
 
 
            In his book God’s Politics, theologian Jim Wallis, who frequently speaks on matters of faith and society, tells of an old Pentecostal mentor of his named Mary Glover. He says he learned more about Jesus’ relationship with the poor from her than he did in seminary.
            For instance, Jim recounts, every time they were about to open the doors to a neighborhood food line in Washington, D.C., Mary prayed, “Lord, we know that you’ll be comin’ through this line today, so, Lord, help us treat you well.”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Every month, the dinner has a different theme with decorations that all coordinate!  One of the
 
themes was "Have a Ball" and Teri Goldsberry did just that!
 
 
 
 
Picture by Martha Ann Webb 
                                                  
 
     
 
 
 
Every Wednesday
 

Men’s Bible Study, 7am

 

Women’s Bible Study, 1pm

 
  
 
 UNITED METHODIST WOMEN
 
UMW meeting is Tuesday at 1:00 pm.  
Sept. 1st.
 
            The UMW continue to collect cancelled postage stamps and Box Tops for Education. Please trim stamps leaving more than ¼” of the envelope. Also, continue to clip box tops from your favorite products to benefit Cunningham Children’s Home. Go to btfe.com for a complete list of participating products. A box has been provided in the Narthex for collection.
 
 
 
 
RADA Cutlery
 
            Jane Bauer took on the RADA cutlery project on behalf of the United Methodist Women.   She now keeps the inventory and takes orders for sales.
 
 
 
            A number of UMW missions were helped from the sale of RADA cutlery and, along with donations to the church, earnings have totaled over $1500. Some of these earnings and donations went toward the purchase of new coffee makers, silverware and new greenery for the annual Hanging of the Greens during the 2014 Christmas season. In addition, donations were made to the building fund and Ladies Bazaar. The remaining earnings went towards many different needs including office equipment, the renovation of the parsonage’s air conditioning, a new office copier, new church carpet, nursery attendant’s salary as well as flood bucket supplies.
 
 
 
            This project is worthwhile endeavor and will continue to be a viable service with the support of the church and community.
  
 
 
United Methodist Women