THE INLOOK The United Methodist Church of Red Bank 247 Broad Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701 732-747-0446 Fax: 732-530-5715 www.umcredbank.org Sunday, October 12, 2014 HAPPENING THIS WEEK OCTOBER 12-18 Sunday, October 12 Worship Services 8:30 am Worship in the Chapel 9:30 am Education Hour 10:30 am Worship in the Sanctuary 11:30 am Reception for Rev. Henritzy in Fellowship Hall 11:45 am Sunday Seminar (Lounge) Monday, October 13 – Columbus Day Office closed; Learning Tree closed 10 am-2 pm Meyers Counseling (L) 7:30 pm RCC (114) 8-9 pm 12 Step Closed (107) 8-10 pm Roundtable (B2,B3) Tuesday, October 14 11 am Outreach (Lounge) 12 pm AA (B2,B3) 4-7 pm Meyers Counseling (UR) 6:30 pm Al-Anon (114) 6:30 pm Prayer Shawl Group (Lounge) 7 pm Folk Dancers (FH) Wednesday, October 15 1 pm AA Women (114, B4) 5 pm Wesley Singers 6 pm UMY 7 pm Young Adults (209) 8 pm Sanctuary Choir Thursday, October 16 11 am-7 pm Meyers Counseling (L) 12 pm AA Women (B2,B3) 4-8 pm Meyers Counseling (UR) 6 pm IDRC (B5) 7 pm AA (B4) 7 pm NA (114) Friday, October 17 6:30-9:30 pm AA (FH) Saturday, October 18 9 am-3 pm UMW Conference (S, FH, L, 114) 9:30 am OA (114) 10 am-12 pm Meyers Counseling (UR) HEARING AIDS AND LARGE PRINT BULLETINS ARE AVAILABLE. REMINDER - Please contact Sheila with your meeting & event dates. This includes all committees & fellowship groups. Please join us TODAY!! After the 10:30 service in Fellowship Hall for a BIG Thank You to Rev. David Henritzy for his excellent service as our interim minister. United Methodist Women (UMW) UMW Bazaar - Auction Baskets are out on Sunday mornings for your attention. Place a Bid and maybe it will be yours on November 9. UMW Bazaar will be held on Saturday November 8, and their famous Chicken Salad Luncheon will be served. The Bazaar will continue on Sunday after both services at which time the auction winners will be announced. Mark your calendar plan to come out both days. Outreach ONE WEEK until CROP WALK #34 takes off with some United Methodist youth running out fast, after the ribbon is cut by Lunch Break Director Gwen Love, a partner for 3 decades with our Hunger Walk. Bobbie Ridgely has been getting folks signed up in Fellowship Hall on Sundays, and she also has T shirts in many sizes and styles to wear with Heart and Sole as you take steps to Change The World and walk to End Hunger! Thanks so much for whatever you can do –1) Walk with a sponsor sheet to help fund programs that bring people help and hope; 2) sponsor a walker if you cannot walk, 3) volunteer to hand out water at OUR church and cheer walkers on at Stop #3; 4) bring in rice, beans or peanut butter for our food collection at the Red Bank Regional High School on Oct. 19th! All food is counted, bagged, and given out to at least 20 local pantries by 4 pm! It is an awesome thing to observe! 5) Keep us in prayers for a wonderful day that helps so many close to home and far away. Check out our table in FH this Sunday, invite your friends, and go online at www.redbankcropwalk.com. for our latest posts. You can register online as well. We invite you to join this community event and bring the kids! Get photos at the Photo Op and with Anna and Emma of FROZEN fame or Shortstop the Clown. Our United Methodists have led all other participating groups in raising funds for many years! You will feel really good at the end of the 5 mile walk, when you are feasting on apples and ice cream or getting a massage!!! Second Sunday Seminar – “Accepting (Addressing) Our Differences” -Join Gil Caldwell and Jim Mellon as we lead a discussion on “Accepting (Addressing) Our Differences as Christians, and Talking About Them.” At about 12 (noon) following the 10:30 service and the reception for David Henritzy we will gather in the lounge to discuss our differences and our acceptance as Christian. Grab a snack a drink and join us for an interesting and lively discussion about how we, as Christians, accept and address our differences (political parties, religions, cultures, races, intellect,,… join us to fill-in the gap for you). IN OUR PRAYERS GET INVOLVED All those affected by natural and human-made disasters, economic conditions, famine, civil war and genocide, those serving our country, shut-ins, all who are sick in body and spirit, Lyell Gressitt, MaryEtta Moffler, Daisy, Lillian Poling, Florence Lang, Vicki Kaszuba, Janet and Mildred Schmidt, Grace Caldwell, Kim Zito, and for strength and healing for all in the world who need it and for compassion and understanding in our relationships. SERVE THE COMMUNITY: Lunch Break food pantry donations are collected on an ongoing basis, place items in the grocery cart near the church office. There are also regular opportunities to be involved with hands on work at Lunch Break. The Backpack Crew provides weekend food for local elementary school children and their families. Collection box and needed items are near the church office. Work with Family Promise, a program that helps homeless families by providing shelter, meals and assistance as they seek permanent housing. Other opportunities to serve our community are often available. Check out The Outlook and our announcements. ASSIST ON SUNDAYS: We welcome those who would like to assist the worship team on Sundays by ushering, greeting, running our sound, and assisting the pastor during worship services. Sponsor a Coffee Hour. Visit Fellowship Hall after worship to munch and mingle. Information about hosting this time is near the coffee! LEARN: Join a Sunday School class. Classes for all ages are available. Adult Classes are also held at other times during the week. SUPPORT OUR MISSION AND MINISTRY: Make a pledge to the church. Participate in our fund raisers. Purchase grocery cards and gift cards available on Sundays in Fellowship Hall. Use GoodSearch and GoodShop. (Ask for information.) JOIN: Become a member of the congregation. SERVING US IN WORSHIP TODAY READER Frank Kerfoot USHERS Gary Babler - Head Usher SOUND CHURCH FLOWERS COFFEE HOST Notices for The InLook should be submitted by Tuesday. Please keep notices brief. Send to [email protected] Find us on Facebook, or visit www.umcredbank.org. Our Staff Contact Us: (732) 747-0446 or Rev. Jessica B. Naulty, Senior Pastor [email protected] Rev. Christina Zito, Minister of Visitation [email protected] Neil Brown, Music Ministries Director [email protected] Elaine Dawson, Director CYAA Ministries [email protected] Sheila Leavitt, Financial/Church Secretary [email protected] Bob Shindel, Sexton [email protected] Trash & Treasure The annual Trash and Treasure sale will be held November 15, 2014. Please leave any treasures you are selling on the stage, behind the curtain. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE leave items within the taped off areas and leave the pathways free for walking. The God Squad thanks you for your support.
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