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Pastor John shares a Labor Day message
Raising up new leaders to transform the world
Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.”
On World Communion Sunday, Oct. 2, we will receive a special offering to support scholars in their education. Because of our giving on World Communion Sunday, the most powerful tool to change the world is in more hands.
In The United Methodist Church, World Communion Sunday is one of six Special Sunday offerings. On the first Sunday in October, our designated gifts benefit students around the world by providing scholarships, mentoring and training.
As we come together to receive Holy Communion along with Christians around the world, we recognize our unity and shared commitment to building God’s kingdom on earth. Together, we help raise up new leaders around the world, equipping them to be agents of change. Please give generously on Oct. 2.
🗓 September 19th: Church Council Meeting
✝️ October 2nd: World Communion Sunday
“In these times of despair, everyone should participate in a church of their choice. Where else is truth being told, love being shared, and God’s light shining? We are fed so much negativity and falsehood by news networks, Facebook, social media, and politicians that everyone should support their church just so a little light might keep the world going.”