Community Events --You are Invited !
You’re invited to attend the Annual Thanksgiving Dinner! Wednesday, November 21 5:00 p.m. Agape (Sanctuary) The dinner is a planned potluck. Call the church office to sign-up to bring a traditional THANKSGIVING dish or roast a TURKEY!
Calling all Cookie and Candy Makers! It’s that time again and the 3rd Annual United Methodist Women Cookie Walk is set for Saturday, December 1st from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. We need your help to make this a success! The proceeds from this event allow us to support worthy local and global mission projects to help women, children and youth. Since the date is December 1st, we are asking you to start those ovens and begin baking cookies in November. Seal tightly and freeze so you can work on them right after Thanksgiving. (We will be collecting and plating cookies on Friday, November 30th at 10:00 a.m. in the Douglas Room and again on Saturday, December 1st at 11:00 a.m.)
Service of Solace & Hope Open to the entire community Sunday, December 9, 2018 3:00 p.m. “When you are grieving, every night can feel like the longest night” Sometimes called “Blue Christmas,” this service is a quiet time of worship, meditation, and candle lighting. The service provides an opportunity for remembering and healing for those challenged by loss of any kind. This year marks our eighth annual “Service of Solace and Hope.” The service is open to the entire community – all are welcome. If you have experienced life challenges in recent or past years, and the approach of the holiday season feels more like a time of sadness than one of joy and celebration, come and gather with us for a Spirit-led time of music, Scripture, and hope. Stephen Ministers will be present and available to support any who desire prayer and comfort. Worshipers will be encouraged to remain in the sanctuary as long as they wish at the conclusion of the service.
United Methodist Women meet on the first Thursday
of every month at 12:00 noon in the Douglas Room
A fellowship and action group grounded in mission projects here at PUMC and around the world. We'd love to hear your story and exchange ideas while getting to know you better. We always share light snacks and an informative, good time too. All women are welcome
NEW CONTEMPORATY WORSHIP SERVICE 11:30 am Family Lunch followed by 12:00- 2:00 pm Youth Fellowship.
Announcing A Fun New Educational Experience You Can Access From Home! Join Pastor Misty for an online video webseries on “Space for Faith.” Would you describe your life as chaotic? Do you have good intentions of keeping up with friends,
Boy Scout Troop 7 meets every Tuesday at 6:30 PM. Join our 30+ scouts to become a part of this group. Call the church office (778-1950) to sign up.
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SPANISH/ENGLISH CLASSES Held at various times throughout the week. Check the calendar for times and places and contact the leaders (Rena-Grace Nietmann or Jan Lynne) about levels of instruction. If you would like to attend, call the church office (778-1950) to sign up.
FIBROMYALGIA & CHRONIC FATIGUE
Meets 4th Monday of each month
3 PM - Douglas/513
Leaders: April Boothe and Kelley Poynter
WARMING UP PRESCOTT (Knitting/Crocheting)
This group already has over 172 stocking caps and scarves which will be distributed in the fall to Prescott’s marginalized and sometimes homeless individuals and families. If you’d like to help, contact the church office.
Lincoln Elementary School Partnership
Help support our neighbor school by joining with us in our monthly project or donating to the needs of the school. Please continue to bring items for Lincoln Loot, which awards students for acts of kindness, good deeds, and good behavior, such as:
Trinkets Water bottles Small toys Fun erasers and pencils Stickers Markers, pens, gel pens Balls: small, tennis, bouncy Jump ropes Small plastic animals and bugs
You may drop off these items in the office or place in the container provided in the Narthex. As they near the end of the school year, paper supplies are running low. So, how about picking up a ream or so of white or pastel copy paper the next time you’re at Staples, Walmart, or some other store? All of your gifts to the school are greatly appreciated by the staff and students! Thanks for your generosity.
Meets 4th Friday of each month
1:30 PM - Upper Room/307
Leader: Phyllis Moss
Sewing baby jackets for UMCOR—United Methodist Committee on Relief—the emergency response arm of our church. Contact Rena-Grace Nietmann or Arlene Comón.
The Bridge Marathon group is on hiatus until September. Ten tables are already set to begin at that time. For more information, please contact Marilyn Millspaugh, 771-0132.
· Sundays - 10:30 – 11:30 AM - Douglas/513
· Topic: Paul’s Letter to the Romans
· Leader: Paul Wolfe
MEN’S BIBLE STUDY
· Tuesdays - 8 – 9 AM
· NOW MEETING at New Horizons Care Center - 7020 Long Look Drive, Prescott Valley
· Topic: The Book of Revelation
· Leader: Dick Unkenholz
PRAYER & BIBLE STUDY GROUP
· Thursdays - 10 – 11:30 AM
· Mary’s Parlor/206
· During the summer months, this group will meet for prayer only.
· Questions: Beth Peters (717-2499)
· Sundays - 10:30 – 11:30 AM - Library/511
· Topic: Making Sense of the Bible
· Facilitated by Laura Seifried.
· Leader: Steve Chadwick
WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY
· Tuesdays, 10 - 11:30 AM - Mary’s Parlor/206
· Topic: Usually the weekly lectionary
· Leader: Patti Blackwood and others
On July 29, 2017 PUMC once again hosted Shoes from the Shepherd. This yearly event is held in conjunction with Open Door’s Fair Start to help low-income children start the school year prepared and ready for a successful year. With funds anchored by a private donor, and supplemented by our PUMC congregation, we have consistently met the ever-growing need. Last year PUMC helped 1100+ local children with shoe gift cards, Bibles, Bible Stories and more.
Granite Creek Hunger Ministries
Providing home cooked meals to those in need. Call Carol Lark or see web page
June: Hikes start at 7AM at the trailhead. Healthy Hikers are a group of intermediate and advanced experienced hikers. They leave the trailhead promptly at 7AM. If you are coming for the first time, please contact the hike leader so they can be sure to welcome you.
If you have any questions on locating the trailhead, please contact the leader of the hike. Hikes on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays are usually of greater difficulty(*) being steeper and longer than the 1st and 3rd Wednesday hikes, which are to be no more than 2 hours nor exceed 5 miles.
July 19th: Leader Jan Huyck
North Lynx Lake Lollipop: We'll park at the Trail 62 Trailhead.The hike will proceed south on trail 305 to the Highland Center (restrooms there). We will continue to the north shore Lynx Lake parking lot. Total hiking time is 2 hours. Trailhead is on Walker Road on the right side of the road, and is about .5 miles south of Costco.
(Trailhead sign for the Ranch Trail #62).
July 26th: Hike leaders Rich and Sue Cottine
White Spar Road to Senator Highway.
This is a 4.8 mile shuttle hike and continuation of the 4th Wednesday hike
leaders' plan to do a complete Circle Trail.
Uke Can Do It Here's a video of the performance! Uke Can Do It is an outreach program where kids from the commuity attend 10 sessions to learn to play the ukelele. Upon graduating, each child is presented with their own ukelele! In interested in enrolling your child in future classes please contact the church office. The next course will begin in September and will last for ten weeks- for 4th and 5th graders in the tri-city area!
Christmas Marketplace Every November--watch for the 2016 event
This is an opportunity to provide much-needed funds to various outreach projects both local and international. Last year was stellar and it is hoped that this year can be as generous. The Market takes place in Esther/510 on Sunday, November xx, 2016 between the two services. It also is a great way to become aware of all the great outreach projects that Prescott United Methodist Church supports. Please join in! Learn more about these projects, give a gift with meaning, and be a part of our Outreach Christmas Marketplace. Following are the projects which will be available this year:
Angel Tree Prison Ministry Big Brothers/Big Sisters CASA Coalition for Compassion and Justice
Free Wheelchair Mission Heifer Project Stepping Stones (shelter for women and children)
Granite Creek Hunger Ministry Hope for the Hopeless
Walk with our Float in the Prescott Annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 3, 2015 The Prescott Chamber of Commerce 34th Annual Christmas Parade is scheduled for Saturday, December 3. This year’s theme is “All I want for Christmas.” Our float represents the Christmas magic of the birth of Christ and the miracles that Jesus performed during his life here on Earth. There is so much that is magical about Christmas, so much that is mysterious, amazing, almost unbelievable! Imagine angels, visitors from foreign lands, an unexpected birth!. Meet at Spot #8 by 12 PM. Parade starts at 1 PM. Come back to the church for hot chocolate and goodies and the Cookie Walk!