Connect, Commit and CreateNews from Christ Community United Methodist Church3939 Park Road, Selinsgrove, PA 17870MAY 2017DeathsDear Friends & Members,We offer our sympathy to the familiesof:I wish to thank you all for the praysand support during my illness. To methis is what brought me through thesurgery. With God’s help, thank youagain - Love to all,Bobby Hartman, who died April 1,Norman Swope who died April 3, andBeatrice Shue (mother of Diane Jay)Grace Rothermel who died April 16.Address Changes:Zip code wrong in lastmonth’s Newsletter forMargaret Herman, - MailingAddress: Margaret Herman c/oMark Herman, 233 E. Grant Street, Greencastle, PA17225Vacation Bible School is July 10th - 14th- Hero Central - Discover your strength inGod.Spring Puppet Show - Sunday,May 7th at 6:30 P.M. Free with afree-will offering. Puppets willperform Black Light Puppetry,Songs & Skits for all Ages. Comefor a Fun Night of Christian Songsand Spiritual Uplifting!!In This EditionPage 1Page 2Page 3Page 4And, do not forget to do good and toshare with others for with such sacrifices God is pleased. Hebrews 13:16Page 5Hi “Thank you” is a simple phrase, but still it’s meantto show that we appreciate your help more than youcould know! The mean you served to our VIM and tomembers of our congregation was delicious and enjoyed by everyone! Thank you for your kind hospitality!God Bless,Jinny Harnum & Ryan K. Gephart, Pastor CUMC-1-PagePagePagePagePage678910Deaths; VBS; Puppet Show; Thank you, AddressChangePastor’s MessageMay @ CCUMC, Luggage; Happy Hearts, CommunionDatesMay Birthdays & Anniversaries, Fundraiser; TrusteesClean-up DayOpportunities for Growth, Prayer Time, Camp,Stanley Products, Car ShowPrayer Chain, 5k Run/Walk, Shut-ins,What’s New With YouthYouth Mission Trip, Breakfast Buffet; Thank youMay CalendarBack Pagechurch e-mail: email@example.com page: ccumchurch.orgPastor’s e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgDan’s e-mail: email@example.comPastor’s Phone Number: 570-743-6021Dan’s Phone Number: 570-374-3647Church Phone Number: 570-743-7303
CCUMC: Pastor Newsletter Article for May 201718Apr2017The “In Between” TimeMy greatest frustration with surgery was (and still is) the recovery time. “Recovery time” is “in-between-time” – the time between a major eventand being able to return to life as normal. The problem with such thinking, though, isthe concept of “normal.” Perhaps the reason “in-between-time” is so frustrating is because we are developing a new framework for how we will understand and operate ina “new normal.” I can’t return to life like it was: I can’t undo what’s been done. Likewise, I don’t yet know what is to come, and so I’m stuck ”in-between.” There may beno more crucial time in our lives to remember God’s Word than our “in-between”times: for without God’s Word reminding us of our identity in Him (and our futurewith Him), we might attempt a new normal without Him.The time between Jesus’ resurrection and ascension, and His ascension and the comingHoly Spirit, was certainly an “in-between” time for his followers. Normal was shifting:from life with Jesus resurrected and with us; to life with Jesus on His throne and nolonger with us (at least in body). The words Jesus shared with His disciples before“normal” shifted now reminded them (and remind us) to keep our identity firmlyrooted in Him:“If you love me, you will obey what I command. And I will ask the Father, and he will give youanother Counselor to be with you forever— the Spirit of truth. The world cannot accept him,because it neither sees him nor knows him. But you know him, for he lives with you and will bein you. I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you. Before long, the world will not seeme anymore, but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live.” – John 14:15-19Because Jesus lives, we also will live. Regardless of the circumstances that define our“normal,” the truth is that through Jesus we always have new normal: resurrection;everything else is just character development.In His Spirit,Pastor Randy Attention College Scholarship Applicants:Scholarship Applications will be available on Monday, May 1, 2017. The deadline forsubmission of applications will be on Friday, June 30, 2017 at 11:30a.m. Applicationsmay be picked up at the church office.-2-
May at Christ CommunityMEETINGSMay 7May 14May 2 - Color Guard, 6:30 pm4, Staff, 4:00 pm4, 11, 18 & 25 - Praise Team, 7:00 pm4, 11, 18 & 25 - TOPS Wt. Loss, 5:00 p11 - VBS Meeting18 - Worship Committee Meeting, 7:00 pm8:20 am First Service9:40 am Sunday School10:50 am Second Service6:30 P.M. Spring Puppet Show7:00 pm Prayer TimeEVENTS8:20 am First Service9:40 am Sunday School10:50 am Second ServiceNoon - Tweeners7:00 pm Prayer TimeMay 218:20 am First Service9:40 am Sunday School10:50 am Second Service7:00 pm Prayer TimeMay 28Graduate Sunday8:20 am First Service9:40 am Sunday School10:50 am Second Service7:00 pm Prayer TimeMay 4,5 & 6th - Annual Conference2 - Puppets, 6:00 pm2, 9 16 (Last) - Bells, 6:30 pm3, 1 0, 17, 24, 31- Prayer time, 8:30 am &Ladies Bible Study Group, 9:30 am3, 10, 17, 24 (Last) Youth, 6:00 pm3, 10, 17, 24, 31- Choir, 7:00 pm7, Spring Puppet Show, 6:30 pm7, 14, 21 & 28 - Prayer Time, 7:00 pm9 - Happy Hearts, 2:00 pm15 - Busy Bees-Pot Pie Sale, 2:00-5:00 pm16 - Christian Classics, 7:00 pm25 - Preschool Graduation, 6:30 pm27 - PreK 5KHappy Hearts is taking a hiatusduring the summer months.The Uganda Team is in need oflarge pieces of luggage in goodenough condition to make a oneway trip to Africa.Upcoming Communion DatesMay 7, 2017 – 4th Sunday after EasterJune 4, 2017 – PentecostJuly 2, 2017 – The Season after PentecostAugust 6, 2017 – The Season after Pentecost-3-
81919Carolyn YoungGreg McCahanJessica OglesbyAshleigh HileBrooke LandisSkylar MaurerAmber WilsonLeah HepnerAndy Rains, Jr.Abby Jo RainsLaura WalterMichelle MackLloyd BaileySteve ShawMarinna CarrollThomas BlakeDeb BetzGannon SteimlingTerry PetersonGalen SchmidtBarry RobisonCheryl BohlerSally StongEmma ApanelKristi McCormickNatalie HowellJocelyn SmithBryce TolandBill BingamanBrenda ShawCole BrandtMichael EdeBeverly MitchellMarcy InchHelen HooverCarl BrouseJoy HokeChristopher ShromMaryann RuchWilliam MooreBen Beaver, Sr.Dana WalterPaul AungstGayle 98930/199830/200831/1975Mitch BlessBetty MetzgerSandy GraefeCharles TresslerBurt JohnsBill VanceGene SemanchickJames KeyserAndrea StraubDaniel SmithPaige TreibleyGail NaceAbigail TroxellRobert DoudDick PrinceJeff MillerCody NaceSierra WhiteLandon TullJill KarlovichJohn Eisenhart, IIJoan HollenbachDean DavisMadelaine EdeKyle GorinDavid WernerJean KeyserNina GoffLisa WeikelJason PehowicBill Dalton, Jr.Thad WatersLinda & Keith LongEric & Melissa PortzlineCharles & Nancy LilleyJames & Sharon RobertsRobert & Tamie WolfeRobert & Tamie WolfeAndrew & Tina RainsMatthew & Mary Beth McCahanBill & Nancy BingamanJudi & Ken JessickLindsey & Jared KratzerJim & Teresa YounkinDiane & Leo JayHeidi & Ken CarrollDayne & Angela LashLarry & Theresa KochSteve & Stephanie RauchLaura & David WalterSteven & Mara DiehlKealy & Jared StumpffCharles & Susy TresslerWendy & Scott HokeJeff & Anne CarterTara & Dan HoffmanScott & Gail NaceScott & Cindy DavisMarty & Sabrina SickleBill & Sandy GraefeSpring CleanupReminder: TheUganda teamhas car wash cards, WeisMarkets & Giant Cards asfund raisers for their UgandaTrip 2018. Please see BettyDavis or contact the office.-4-Spring is in the air! Andjust as you're in the moodto begin the spring clean-upin your yard, the Trustees are eager to begincleaning up around the church. We are looking for volunteers to participate ina work day on Saturday April 29th from 8am- 12pm. Please let Melissa Apanel or KimSmeltz know if you are willing to give a fewhours of your time to assist.
Opportunities forGrowthCampIt’s time to start thinking about SummerCamp for children and youth. There arefour camp sites to choose from: CampPenn, Waynesboro, PA; Greene Hills, Alexandria,PA; Mount Asbury, Newville, PA and Wesley Forest, Weikert, PA.Sunday School Classes forMayThe church has a policy to pay for one half of thecamping fee for each camper. There are differenttheme camps such as: Musical Theater, ArcheryCamp, Soccer Camp, Kayak Adventure Camp,Mom & Me, Grandparents & Me, Fishing Adventure, Mini Camps, Horse Camp, Family Camp,, etc.If you need more information, contact the churchoffice.Ages 0-4Peter Rocks!Ages Pre-K-KPeter Rocks!1-2 gradePeter Rocks!3-5 gradePeter Rocks!6-12 gradePeter Rocks!Junior/Senior High AgapePeople are Asking.IsThis the End?Elective #1Dan Eyster—JohnElective #2McCahanRiverwoods AnnualCar ShowYouth GroupsThink DifferentThe annual car showand auxiliary bake salewill be held at Riverwoods Campus on Saturday, May 20th from 10:00 am-3:00 pmBible StudySunday (am)Topical SubjectsPrayer Time is being held in thesanctuary at 7:00 pm every Sunday evening. The only Sundaysthere will not be prayer time arechurch holiday that fall on a Sunday.Christian ClassicsStanley ProductsThe United MethodistWomen are selling Stanley Products until theend of April. If youwould like to see a bookor place an order, call the church office at570-743-7303. All proceeds will be used inmission work.-5-
Please remember our shut-in memberswith a visit, phone call, or “Thinking ofYou” card to let them know that we missthem. If we have missed anyone on thislist, please call the church office.PRAYER CHAIN NEWS“I call to you in times of trouble, because you answer my prayers.”Psalm 86:7Those at The Manor at Penn Village, 51 Route 204,Selinsgrove, PA 17870Lee Shaffer, Room 321If you have a prayer request, call DeloresKauffman 743-8322 or the church office 743-7303.Mary Musser—very illManor Care, 800 Court Street, Sunbury, PA 17801Diane Rogers, Room 127Tom O’Connell - cancerNottingham Village, Strawbridge Road, Northumberland, PA 17857Frances Tisot, Room 128Erma HawleyNorman /Swope - in Evan with heart issues, verycriticalBobby Hartman’s family - he passed awayBrookdale-Grayson View, 29 Grayson View Court,Selinsgrove, PA 17870Marge Dunkin, Room 231Alice Longenberger, Room 303Mary Musser, Room 116Chuck Tressler - having new battery put in pacemakerBonnie Swope & family - Norman passed awayChuck Tressler - had stroke, being flown to Hersheyfor treatmentEmmanuel Home-800 Priestly Ave, NorthumberlandPA 17857Rose Buch, Room 100 ARobert Woomer - cancer throughout his bodyMartha Zimmerman, 201 Fairview Street, Avis, PA17721Celebrate the Valley 5kRun/WalkBetty Kauffman, 100 Pine Lane, SelinsgroveBetty Snyder, Pennsfield Apt. #5, 51 Route 204,SelinsgroveOn Saturday, May 27, theSusquehanna Valley Preschool will celebrate 43years of “Education with Enthusiasm” with its 10th annual “Celebrate the Valley5k”.Ed Wendt, 1713 Sunbury Road, SelinsgroveDorothy Wagner, 1839 Cypress Chapel RD, Suffolk,VA 23434-8950Registration/check at the Rotary Field in begins at7:30 am; Free Fitness Warm up for all at 8:00 am;Run/walk starts at 9:00 am; Awards at 9:45 amLois Thomas, 725 Chestnut St, Apt. G02, SunburyJohn Dorman, 228 Meadow Lark Drive, Osteen, FL32764-8531Entry fee: Early Bird (ends May 1) 20.00; May 2day of race 25.00; Youth 12 and under 15.00.Forms are available at the church office window.-6-
What’s New With Youth?April has been another busy month for our youth. The first Saturday in April we had our MurderMystery Fundraiser Dinner. We had a great night and the youth did a wonderful job! Thank you to everyonewho helped and to everyone who came out for the dinner. April 8th the youth helped with the Easter egg hunt.There were lots of kids at our hunt this year and the youth were a huge help. Thank you!We are currently getting ready for another youth group retreat at Wesley Forest. We had such an awesome time last year, we thought we would do it again. We will be spending the weekend talking about howGod uses all the pieces of our lives to tell His story. We will also be having campfires, going on hikes, playing games and enjoying our time at Wesley Forest. We are very excited for this weekend. It is going to be ablast.In May we will be wrapping things up for the school year. We have our last destination lesson onMay 4 . On May 10th we will be helping to get things started for VBS this year. We will be helping with thePrek’s 5k which will be May 27th. Look for more details about that in the upcoming weeks. Graduate recognition Sunday will be May 28th this year. Look for information in the bulletin or newsletter about graduateSunday if you are a senior. It is hard to believe it is almost May. It seems like it was September and then weblinked and soon it will be summer again. May 24th will be our last Wednesday night youth till August. Theyouth mission team heads to Kentucky on June 10th. I am also starting to plan the summer calendar so if youhave any ideas for activities you would like to do please let me know.thThis past month we have been talking about what it means to be created in God’s image. We want tolive our lives like the master pieces that God truly created us to be. We also talked about what it means tofind our identity in Jesus’ love and sacrifice. We talked about what it means to reflect that love and spreadthat message to others.“For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—not by works, so that no one can boast. For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do goodworks, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 2:7-10In Him,ChristinaLooking Ahead:Last Youth of the Year- May 24thHelping with the PreK’s 5k- May 27thGraduate Recognition Sunday- May 28thYouth Mission trip to Kentucky- June 10th-7-
Youth Summer 2017Mission TripBreakfast Buffet”All You Can Eat” Breakfast Buffet will be servedby the Uganda MissionTeam on Saturday, April 22nd, from 7:0010:00 am here at CCUMC. Menu includes:Eggs to order, Breakfast Quiche, Pancakes,French Toast, Home Fries, Sausage, Bacon,Toasts, Pastries, Fresh Fruits, Juices & Coffee. 7.00 Adults 3.00 Children - Proceeds will gotoward our continued Mission Projects inUganda, Africa. For more information call 743-7303 or 743-1715.In a little more than 50 days the Youth will be going on mission trip this summer to Frakes, Kentucky.Our youth will be joining youth from around the countryto do work at the Henderson Settlement and on homes inthe surrounding towns. At this point it looks like we willbe doing work projects on the settlement. We will bedoing some pressure washing of building on their campus, we will be painting the front of their barn and theceiling of their thrift shop.At this point we have eleven youth and four adultsgoing. Everyone is getting very excited. We have had ayouth back out of the trip due to a schedule conflictwith a summer volunteer program. This means wenow have an open spot on our mission trip for a girl.Remember youth going on the trip must be 13 years old.If anyone is interested please let me know ASAP.THANK YOU to everyone who generously donated to our trip. Whether you gave a donation, participatedin a fundraiser or simply threw some pennies in our kettle it means so much to us to have the congregation’ssupport. We would never have been able to go on thistrip without YOU!!!!A letter to youth and parents about the mission tripwill go out this week. In those letters will be the formsyou will need to fill out and return to me. We will have aparents meeting on May 19th at 7:00 pm for youth andtheir parents that are going on our mission trip. This isan opportunity for you to ask any questions you mayhave and to hear a little more about the trip. The youthare then invited to stay for an all-nighter at the church.We will use this as an opportunity to go over somethings for the trip and do some team building activities.In late May and early June, I will be asking you topray for the youth as they go on their trip and till behanding out prayer cards for specific prayer requests.Thank you for all of your support. Please keep theyouth group in your prayers as we continue to plan forthis trip.Thank You from Selinsgrove AreaMeals on WheelsOn behalf of the Board of Directors of theSelinsgrove Meals on Wheels, we would like tothank you for your much needed and greatlyappreciated love offering of 3,663.00. (Wehad a late donation which made the grand total 3,728.00). We face a growing demand forour meals as we continue to work at raisingmonies to keep those hot nutritious meals affordable for everyone in need. Another important component to our service is that eachand every individual will receive a visit fromone of our smiling volunteers delivering theirmeals each day. Your generous donation willhelp us as we look to deliver over 8000 mealsin 2017.The Selinsgrove Area Meals on Wheels receives no government funding, and must relyon organizations, individuals, and graciousbusinesses like the Christ Community UnitedMethodist Church. In closing, once again, wewould like to thank you for helping us serveour community.IChristina McDermott-8-Board of Directors
Christ CommunityUnited Methodist Church3939 Park RoadSelinsgrove, PA 17870Non-Profit OrganizationU. S. PostageSelinsgrove, PAPermit #31Return Service RequestedDated Material—PleaseDeliver promptlyOPPORTUNITIES AT CHRIST COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCHGeneral InformationWeekly ServicesSundays7:00 a.m. - Breakfast Bible Study at BobEvans Restaurant8:20 a.m. - Service of Praise9:40 a.m. - Sunday Church School10:50 a.m. - Service of Proclamation andResponseCHURCH OFFICEOffice Hours: 8:30-11:30 a.m.Monday-Wednesday-Friday8:30 am -2:30 pm Tuesday & ThursdayPhone 570-743-7303Pastor: Rev. Randall Bennett, Jr.Minister of Connectional Care:Dan EysterYouth Director: Christina McDermottMusic Director: Julie ThomasDirector of Education: Jamie WatersSecretary: Barbara Inch - Diane AumillerNursery: Kim Ditty, Sally Yohn, YvonneDonovanNursery CareInfants to age four Sundays during 8:20 &10:50 a.m. servicesChildrenSunday School at 9:40 a.m. for:NurseryBeginners, grades 1 & 2Primar, PreK & KMiddlers, grades 3 & 4YouthSunday School at 9:40 a.m. for:Juniors, grade 5 & 6Junior/Senior HighTGIW (Thank Goodness It’s Wednesday)6:00 P.M. Awana For age 3-Grade 66:00 P.M. For youth grades 6-12Young AdultsMeet Sundays 7:30 pmLIBRARYWe have books and videos for all agesAdultsSunday School ClassesYoung AdultsElective 1Elective 2Elective 3 Agape ClassBreakfast Bible Study: Bob EvansRestaurant - 7:00 a.m. SundaysSupport Group - 2nd Tuesday at 2:00Bell ChoirChancel ChoirPraise TeamMusic6:30 p.m. - Tues7:00 p.m. - Wed.7:00 p.m. - Thurs.SeniorsChristian Classics usually meets on thethird Tuesday of each month.WomenUnited Methodist Women meet on thefirst Monday of even numbered monthsat 7:00 p.m.Puppet MinistryThe Puppet Team meets Tuesdayevening at 6:30 pm.
May 2017Sun7 8:20 am WorshipMonFriSat38:30 am Prayer Time9:30 am Ladies Bible Stdy4 Annual Conference5:00 pm TOPS7:00 pm Praise Team5 Annual Conference6 Annual Conference115:00 pm TOPS7:00 pm Praise Team7:00 pm VBS Mtg.12 Kitchen in use9:00am-3:00 pm6:-00-9:00 pmColor Guard6:00 pm Puppets6:30 pm Bells6:00 pm Youth7:00 pm Choir8910 8:30 am Prayer Time2:00 pm Happy Hearts6:30 pm Bells9:30 am Ladies Bible Stdy6:00 pm Youth7:00 pm Choir9-11 am SVP-Sanctuary139-11 am SVP-Sanctuary164:00 Staff Meeting6:30 pm LAST Bells7:00 pm ChristianClassics17 8:30 am Prayer Time9-11 am SVP-Sanctuary9:30 am Ladies Bible Stdy6:00 pm Youth7:00 pm LAST Choir185:00 pm TOPS7:00 pm Praise Team7:00 pm WorshipCommittee19229-11 am SVP Sanctuary2324 8:30 am
25 - Preschool Graduation, 6:30 pm 27 - PreK 5K Happy Hearts is taking a hiatus during the summer months. Upcoming Communion Dates May 7, 2017 – 4th Sunday after Easter June 4, 2017 – Pentecost July 2, 2017 – The Season after Pentecost August 6, 2017 – The Season after Pentecost
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