February 2015 Newsletter - Tabernacle United Methodist Church

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The Pastor s Corner …
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus!
Lent is a season when we prepare ourselves. But for what
are we preparing ourselves? We focus on the spiritual
disciplines of praying, fasting and tithing. Somehow we have
come to equate our practice of these spiritual gifts with a need
to sacrifice and suffer during Lent. It’s like the church has come
to regard Lent as a time we prepare to die. Preparing to die
destroys our hope of living our lives into the future, building the
vision that our life comes to an end.
Christians wake up! Lent is not a time to prepare to die.
Dying is giving up and giving in to death. It is preparing
ourselves to come to an end. That message does not come to
us from in any of the gospels.
Lent is a time we practice our spiritual disciplines and
prepare to live! The spiritual disciplines for Lent do not change.
The spiritual disciplines remain the same and the words sound
the same; however, preparing to live is different than preparing
to die. When we prepare to live, we envision ourselves in a
future that endlessly continues. Visioning ourselves in living into
the future gives us hope and inspires us to dream of new ways
we can work today with God in re-creating the world.
Community Service
February 18, 6:30 PM
Victory Christian Center
1118 Poquoson Avenue
Speaker: Rev. Charles Stacy
Community Churches Choir!
Join us for a unique worship
experience as we begin
our Lenten journey.
Each Lent, we prepare for Easter and the resurrection of
Jesus because we are preparing for our resurrection. Praying,
fasting and tithing prepare us to build something that continues
to live and grow. During this holy season, we prepare ourselves
to move to the next level.
The Gospel of Mark is the lectionary gospel until Advent of
2015. We will keep Lent in the context of Mark. Our theme for
the season of Lent this year is “Cross It Up.”
I encourage all of you to practice the spiritual disciplines of
praying, fasting and tithing as means of making more room for
God to work in your life. May we discern God’s will and do
God’s will as we prepare to live into, through, and beyond Lent.
Grace and Peace,
February 18 - April 4
Church News
Visitation Teams Update
If you enjoy talking and visiting with family friends, then
we have the perfect volunteer job for you! We need more visitation teams for our
Tabernacle family. All that is required is to visit a couple of people once a month
to see how they are doing. If you are interested, please contact Cindy Zember at
868- 4814 or [email protected]
The Church Office will be closed
February 16 in observance of
Presidents’ Day.
Pack 28
Shows Appreciation!
Tuesday, February 17
from 6:00 - 7:00 PM
Cub Scout Pack 28 wants to thank
Tabernacle by hosting the Shrove
Tuesday Pancake Supper. Please
come ready for plenty of Scout
cooked pancakes and sausage!
Christian Yoga most Tuesdays
6:00 PM in Fellowship Hall
Christian Yoga meets most Tuesdays at 6:00 PM in the fellowship
hall. Yoga will take a break on February 17 due to the Shrove Tuesday
Pancake Supper. On February 17 you are all invited for FREE pancakes, but on
every other Tuesday, please join us for Yoga. Everyone is welcome. This is an
“all-levels” class so all ages and abilities can participate. The class is free -- no
registration required - just show up at 6:00 PM ready to exercise.
A new GriefShare series begins Wednesday, February 11
from 6:30 to 8:00 PM PM. If you know someone who has
been thinking of attending GriefShare, please let them know that this is a great
time to start. GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk
alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences, helping you recover
from your loss and in rebuilding your life.
This ministry is open to the community so please share the flyers on the welcome
tables with your friends and neighbors in need. You can also find out more about
the GriefShare program on their website at www.griefshare.org. Contact
facilitator, Dana Dunham, at [email protected] or 871-6965 for
information. All are welcome.
Fellowship Lunch
Tuesday, February 17
at 11:30 AM at Schlesinger’s
Meet at 11:00 AM at the church to
carpool. Please RSVP to the
church office
by Monday, 16.
Confirmation Class
Starting Soon!
All middle school and
high school youth who have not
been confirmed are invited to
participate in the Confirmation
Class. Please contact Pastor Barry
or the church office if interested in
attending. Date and time TBA.
Other Support Group Materials Available
Tabernacle’s GriefShare and Surviving the Holidays classes
continue to provided support to the community through both of
these great programs This only happened because someone felt
called to lead each group and because we found wonderful DVD-based products
to guide the group along. Similar quality DVD-based studies on other topics are
readily available. Please pray over this list and see if you are being called to help
others in any of these areas:
Divorce Care (Divorce recovery support group)
DC4K (Divorce recovery ministry for children ages 5-12)
Single & Parenting (Single-Parent support ministry)
Facing Forever (for church attenders who are not followers of Christ)
The Alpha Course (beginner course for seekers; also great overview)
If you are feeling called to help others with any of these topics, please contact Rusty
Sackett at 868-6842 or [email protected] We can show you the materials
and you can decide if any of these materials can help you to help others.
United Methodist Women
All women are
invited to all
UMW events!
Phillips-Hunt Circle
Wednesday, February 11
at 11:00 AM
in the Fellowship Hall
with a potluck luncheon
Susanna Wesley Circle
Thursday, February 19
at 7:30 PM
in the Fellowship Hall
Mary Martha Circle
TBA Please contact
Sandra Wagner, 969-6738, or
Bronwyn Evans, 659-0936,
for more information.
Last Wednesday
Lunch Bunch
February 25, 12:00 PM
at the Poquoson Diner
All women are welcome.
Tabernacle UMW have selected HUMAN
TRAFFICKING as our Social Action goal this year.
Traffickers buy and sell men, women, and children
for different purposes, such as labor and organs, but sex trafficking is the most
prevalent form. As unbelievable as it may seem, there are more enslaved
human beings in the world today than at any other time in the history of the
There is something that we can do to help the victims of this crime. We will be
supporting “Free the Girls” an organization that collects new and gently used
bras of all sizes and styles, including sports bras, nursing bras, and camisoles.
Your donations will help survivors of human trafficking start their own business
selling them while they recover and build their new life. These are women who
are often ostracized by their families and their communities and in great need of
a means of supporting themselves and their children.
For more information about this project or to donate contact Janet Dickinson at
868-7434 or [email protected] or Dana Dunham at 868- 4102 or
[email protected]
Women’s Bible Study
Prayer Shawl Group
Tuesdays at 9:30 AM
All women are invited to
attend this small group
Wednesdays, 3:00 PM
All are welcome!
Lay Servant Ministries Training
Lay Servant Academy - The annual Virginia Conference Lay Servant Academy with both Basic and
Advanced Courses on Friday, February 20 - Sunday, February 22 at the Blackstone Conference and
Retreat Center
District Lay Servant training - York River District Basic and Advanced Lay Servant courses, Saturday, March 21, from
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM; cost is $30.
Webinars - on-going online training available through BeADisciple.com. Basic Lay Servant Ministries
must be completed. These are Advanced courses only.
For any questions, please contact Jeff Clark at 757 867-9044 or [email protected]
Food Pantry
Kids, come to Children’s Church!
All children from 4 years old - 2nd grade are invited
to Children’s Church during the 11:00 worship
hour for fun and age appropriate worship. We
hope your children will enjoy it. Please pick your
children up in room 23 after the service.
canned pasta, canned fruit
Thank you for your continued
generosity to the Food Pantry.
Wednesday Night Dinner
and Fellowship News
Dinner Served 5:30 to 6:15 PM
Join us for our Fellowship Dinners every Wednesday for great meals and
fellowship. The meals are prepared by volunteer groups and include a children’s
menu as well as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Bring the whole family.
Volunteer Group Needed for April 1, Easter Pot Luck Dinner
We still need a volunteer group to host our Easter Pot Luck Dinner
on April 1 - this dinner can not be held without a host group. You can
sign up using the signup sheets on the bulletin board opposite the choir room
or by contacting Rusty at 868-6842 or [email protected] A BIG THANK
YOU to Venture Crew 28, Boy Scout Troop 28, Invert Ministries, Ruritans,
United Methodist Men, United Methodist Women, and the Faith & Fellowship
Class for volunteering to cook our dinners through May.
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper, February 17, 6:00 PM
There will not be a dinner on Ash Wednesday, February 18, due
to the Community Ash Wednesday Service at 6:30 PM at Victory Christian
Center. Instead, we invite everyone to come on Tuesday night, February 16,
at 6:00 PM for the annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper hosted by Cub
Scout Pack 28.
Pre-Paid Cards for Wednesday Night Dinner
If you don’t want the hassle of needing cash, your checkbook, or
exact change each Wednesday night for dinner, buy a pre-paid card good for
any Wednesday Night Dinner at Tabernacle. Contact Rusty Sackett to get
your card.
Wednesday Highlights...
REVEALED: The Life You’ve Only Imagined
Adult Study continues on Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Revealed is designed to help you understand God’s plan for us. We are
looking closely at our lives to see what we actually do with our resources: our
time, talent, and treasure. We will consider whether we are pleased with what
we discover or whether, at the end of life here on earth, we may have regrets.
God’s great plan of purpose and meaning is available for all who desire it.
Revealed is a journey toward taking hold of all God has planned for us. This
program, facilitated by Nancy Grizzard, will continue throughout February
except for Ash Wednesday:
Week 4, February 11
Week 5, February 25
Discovering God’s Plan for Your Treasure
Celebrating the Life God Planned for You
Facilitator and Topics Needed for March
A volunteer facilitator and suggested topics are needed for
our Wednesday Evening Adult Classes starting on
Wednesday, March 4. Please be thinking of topics you’d like
this group to study. Many simple to organize classes are available on DVD in
our library or readily available for Tabernacle to purchase. Please think about
classes you like to take and/or lead. Contact Rusty at 868-6842 or
[email protected] to volunteer. Be watching the bulletin for
announcements about our next class starting on Wednesday, March 4.
2014 Christmas Pot Luck Dinner
Hosted by the Kiwanis, shown below.
3 ways to sign up for the dinner.
Each will insure you are signed up
and that there is plenty of food.
• Turn in the bulletin insert on
• Call the office, 868-6842 by
noon on Monday
• RSVP on the Wednesday Night
Fellowship Dinner “Event” page
on facebook by noon on Monday.
Please add a comment letting us
know the total number in your
group. The “event” is
public - share it with
your friends!
We apologize for the confusion at
the January 29th Called Charge
Conference. Only the Tabernacle
Administrative Board may vote at
Charge Conferences. People may
and should attend Administrative
Board meetings to voice their
concerns. The next Board
meeting is on Monday, April 13.
Board meetings are on the church
calendar and announced in
bulletins and newsletters.
“Construction Zone Ahead”
Stay tuned for news on our new youth program!
Soon, we will be interviewing youth, parents, and anyone who
wishes to have input into our new youth program and what we
need for our church. Also stay tuned as we develop our short term youth plan. Watch for details in the church bulletin and
in the March newsletter. The yearly youth mission trip is planned for July 19 - 25 - more details to come.
Questions? Please contact Ben Owen, SPRC chair, at 868-6023.
Common Ground Café
DOORS OPEN: 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM
All middle and high school students are invited! The Café is open
to the whole community so invite your friends and share this
information with everyone you know. "Like" the Café on facebook,
www.facebook.com/CafeCommonGround, and follow us on twitter,
www.twitter.com/CommonGroundCaf. Spread the word!
Lots to do at the Cafés - karaoke, open mic, video games, pool,
ping pong, air hockey, foosball, corn hole, board games, and
just hanging out, plus cool door prizes!
EVERYTHING IS FREE: admission, food, drinks, games, and door
prizes. FREE door prizes are awarded throughout the evening. You
must be present to win!
Music: It’s official, we will have another great evening of Karaoke on
Friday, February 6. There will be lots of time for everyone to sing
some Karaoke. Open mic performers are also invited. Come show us
what you can do. Check out the Common Ground Café on the web or
facebook for more pictures and the latest band and event schedules.
Bands are welcome to sign up for future Café dates by posting on
facebook, texting 329-3454, or emailing [email protected]
We have the new band “POV” playing on March 13 and the
returning popular band “INFERNO” on April 17. Bands, DJs, and
Open Mike performers are WANTED for May 8 and beyond.
You can help with Common Ground Café!
Adult Volunteers: The Common Ground Café continues to be a great success and
routinely draws 100 youth to Tabernacle. So we need your help. We need 5 adults to set up, 11 adults to safely run the
Café while the teens are here, and another 5 adults to clean up afterwards. It is easy and only takes 1 ½ to 3 hours of your
time once a month. Please sign up as soon as you can so we can be sure we will have enough adults on hand. You can
sign up using the bulletin inserts on the Sunday prior, or by contacting Rusty Sackett at 868-6842 or
[email protected] Adults are also welcome to join the team to help plan future cafés - please speak to Rusty.
Donations: The Common Ground Café (CGC) does not receive any money from Tabernacle's general
fund. All the money spent for this fantastic outreach program comes from the donations collected on the
Sunday prior the Café. You may also donate anytime by check or online - be sure to designate your
monies for the Common Ground Café. Food and drink donations are welcome the week of the Cafe.
Please help us welcome the youth of our community.
Scouting Corner
The Troop supported Tabernacle by serving Wednesday night dinner
again this past month. The meals are always amazing. Watch the calendar
for the next opportunity to share a meal with the Scouts.
In December, we spent the night at Laser
Quest in Virginia Beach playing laser tag. It
was a great time. in January, we went skiing at
Timberline in West Virginia and practiced
scuba diving at the YMCA.
Troop 28 had two scouts advance to the
highest rank in Scouting, that of Eagle Scout
recently. Please join me in congratulating Dillon
Scot and Jake Angle for earning the rank of Eagle Scout. We also
celebrated at Tom Ferguson’s and Hunter Morse’s Eagle Court of Honor.
The Boy Scouts of America offers great opportunities for our youth and we
thank Tabernacle for sponsoring all the age-levels of Boy Scout units. If
your son is at least in kindergarten and not yet 21 years old, there are
great opportunities for him in Scouting. Young women between 14 and 20
years old may also join the Venture Scouts at Tabernacle. Please contact
the church office to be put in touch with the right unit leader for your child’s
age. You and your children are welcome to join us.
Attention Scout leaders! If you wish to have your events and/or news
in the newsletter please send to: [email protected]
UMMen’s Breakfast
Sunday, February 8, 7:30 AM
in the Fellowship Hall
The United Methodist Men invite all Scouts
(boys and girls) and their families to a
complimentary breakfast in their honor on
Scout Sunday, February 8, at 7:30 AM.
January 10, all the Eagle Scouts a0ending the Eagle Court of Honor for Tom Ferguson and Hunter Morse.
From the Trustees
Lock Up Committee
Security Alert!
The UM Fellowship
2015-16 Scholarships
● Memorial Scholarships (music)
● Thom Jones Scholarships
(in the arts other than music)
● Robert Schilling Music Scholarship
for a rising college freshman or sophomore
We have been finding church exit doors left
unlocked at night and lights left on. If your group
meets at the church during evening hours, please
check that the exterior doors are closed and locked
and lights are out when you
leave. Do not assume that
someone else will lock them.
Thank you.
Applications can be downloaded at UMFellowship.org.
The application deadline is March 15. Contact the
Scholarship Office at the UM General Board of Higher
Education and Ministry for other scholarship opportunities.
Mission Works
Letters & Notes...
As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another." 1 Peter 4:10
January 5
PORT - March 10-11
Volunteers Needed!
Tabernacle will assist Warwick Memorial UMC with hosting
a PORT (People Organizing Resources Together) homeless
shelter on Tuesday, March 10 to Wednesday, March 11.
Volunteers are needed for all shifts. For more information or
to sign up, please call or text Rich Clifton at 243-3633 or email him at
[email protected], or sign up online at: http://www.signupgenius.com/
Available shifts:
• Check-in – Tuesday, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, 10 persons needed total
(6 must be adults)
● Overnight – Tues, 9:00 PM to Wed, 4:30 AM, 4 adults needed
Serve breakfast – Wed, 4:15 AM to 6:15 AM, 8 persons needed
(great opportunity for HS youth)
● Check-out – Wed, 4:30 AM to 6:30 AM, 4 adults needed
● Cleanup – Wed, 5:00 AM to 7:30 AM, 6 – 8 persons needed
Positions listed for adults are open to anyone 18 years or older. Positions
not listed for adults are open to anyone 12 years or older; however, all youth
under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent.
February is Heart
Havens Month!
Thank you for letting us store our
turkeys at Tabernacle. Without your
help, we don’t know what we would do.
Enclosed is a thank you from a family
we helped.
Excerpt of letter:
“I wanted to thank you all from the
bottom of my heart. Words cannot fully
express my feelings. Times have been
hard for me and my daughter. Your
thoughtfulness, kindness, and generosity
are greatly appreciated. With out the
support of the Empty Stocking Fund, I
don’t know what we would have done
for Christmas. My daughter cannot get
over the fact that strangers are helping
us. I don’t have a good answer except to
say that there are people who reach out
to others in time of need. Maybe next
year, if things are better, my daughter
and I can get things for a family in need.
Again, thank you so much.”
Frank and Madonna Kreiger
Poquoson Empty Stocking Fund
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Reach out to support men and women with intellectual disabilities in
Virginia. Please make a gift to Heart Havens this month. Your gift can be
financial, or you can give a gift of your time, talent, or fellowship at one of
the homes. Special offering envelopes are on the table in the hall by the
church office, in the narthex, or on the welcome table in the Side Door
Service. Simply write "Heart Havens" on the memo line of your check and
drop it in the offering. For more information go to www.hearthavens.org.
Send Valentine Cards to Morrison Home guests! Morrison Home is our
local Heart Haven Home and is located in Newport News. Cards
and letters are always welcomed with smiles. Cards and notes
may be mailed to the caregivers and residents of the Morrison
Home, 238 Harpersville Road, Newport News, VA 23601-2346.
January 5
Thank you all, so very much, for the
prayers and get well wishes. My recovery
would not be as easy without them.
Patrice Guthrie
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January 11
Thank you to everyone in the church
for the Christmas cards and gifts you
gave us.
Barry and Becky
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Operation Christmas Child
January 12
WOW! You’ll be happy to know that our 41 shoeboxes were delivered all
over the world just before Christmas. Our boxes went to children in
Columbia, Honduras, India, and Ukraine. Thanks again to Darlene and
Johnny Hunt for leading our shoebox effort and to all of you who donated
shoeboxes, gift items, and money for this great cause.
Please relay my thanks for the flowers I
got. The flowers really brighten up the
room especially on a dreary day.
Karen Steele
February Prayer List
JOY! New baby! Hayden Harper Jordan was born
January 23 to Rosanna and Jeremy Jordan. His proud
grandparents are JoAnn and Sal Dominguez.
Please pray for
the leaders and
staff of Tabernacle,
DS Seonyoung Kim,
and Bishop Young
Jin Cho.
Chip Barton
Jaime Benites
Jim Byrn
Billy Buettel
Mike Cross
Kevin Dean
Dave Elliot
Andrew Huffman
Leslie Hunt
Jared Martin
Jim Orr
Matthew Spyker
Andrew Staton
Alex Todd
Nicholas Wheeler
Prayer Requests
Sadie Alexander
Johnny Anderson
E. J. Barcus
Rosemary Boudreau
Mary & Dick Burnett
Jay Heighes
Brenda Hilliard
Bill Jones
Gloria Lang
Elsie Lawson
Thelma Lovett
Dale Jamison
Charlie McDaniels
Bill Mullins
Wes Pak
Tabitha Perdue
Doris Sandy
Patrick Stapleton
Bob Staul
Karen Steele
Richard Tisdale
Rose & Don Tyndall
Wayne Wallace
Violet Williams
James West
Carolyn & Hoyt Wilson
Mike and Amanda
Dominion Village
Mary Ann Lynch
Maxine Tillotson
Sadie Ray Verser
The Chesapeake
Duddy & Betty
Eden Pines
Burnette Ellis
Five Star Living
Kenny Messick
The Newport
Mary B. Edwards
Our Lady of P. H.
Shirley Freeman
St. Frances N. H.
Margie Evans
Warwick Forrest
Curt Claud
Pat Claud
York Convalescent
Bill Anderson
Van Smith
Patsy Green
Mary Moore
Martha Sutton
Dolly Woolard
February 14
Jonathan Jamison
February 15
Marie Baker
February 1
Thomas Deans Jr.
Joseph Dickinson
Becky Throckmorton
February 2
William Ziglar
February 3
Sadie Alexander
Brent Fortner
Rebecca Hopkins
February 4
Margie White
February 5
Peyton Hunt
Tyler Clifton
February 6
Danette Barker
Fay Firman
February 7
Peggy Moore
Betty White
February 16
Heather Jensen
February 17
Paula Abel
Carey Freeman
Raelene Hamrick
February 18
Dolores Belford
Tracey Redman
Martha Sutton
Ronnie Topping
Bill Ziglar
February 21
James Phillips
February 22
Hannah Barton
Bob Derby
Sarah Ryan
Brooks Clifton
February 23
Buddy Green
Danette Barker and family on the death of her father,
Dr. Rev. George Miller on December 6 in Bourbonnais, Illinois.
February 8
Thelma Elmore
Jo Leeson
Shirley Miller
February 24
Josh Claud
Suzanne Insley
Tim Trant
The family and friends of Mary Ann West Edwards who passed
away on December 23, 2014.
February 9
Patrice Guthrie
Judi Sullivan
February 25
Austin Davis
With Sympathy to...
Charlie and Stella French and family on the death of Charlie’s father,
Charles French, Sr.,who passed away on December 24, 2014.
Barbara Wilson and family on the death of her husband,
Robert “Bobby” Wilson on January 9, 2015.
Susan and Harris Luscomb and family on the death of her mother,
Marion F. Hohfeldt, on January 15, 2015.
February 10
Victoria Dillard
Barbara Frishkorn
February 12
Spencer Deans
February 13
Melanie French
February 26
Susan Thomas
February 27
Brian Balentine
Angie Claud
February 28
Mollie Moomaw
Elizabeth Trant
Names will remain on the Prayer List for four weeks unless continued requests are made. To make a request,
fill out the blue prayer cards in the pews and place cards in the offering plate. Please call Pastor Barry, 868-6842, for pastoral needs.
Sunday Worship Services
Americana Open Mic Night
Our Americana Night Open Mics are continuing!
Rich and Susie Martin will be hosting the next
Open Mic on Friday, March 6, in the fellowship hall
from 7:00 -9:00 PM. Everyone is invited to come
play and sing for the Open Mic or to just come and
enjoy everyone else playing and singing. Our previous four Open Mics have
averaged 16 different groups performing so we are hoping for a great turn out
again next month. Doors will open and performer sign up will be begin at 6:00
PM. The music starts at 7:00 PM. This event is open to the community and is
totally free! Please help us spread the word by inviting all your friends and
neighbors. Those on facebook can help spread the word by “inviting” your
friends on facebook.
Save the Date: Friday, March 6, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
8:45 a.m. Early Service
11:00 a.m. Traditional Service
11:00 a.m. Side Door Service
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.
Contact Us:
831 Poquoson Ave.
Poquoson, VA 23662
Phone: 757-868-6842
Office Hours:
Mon.-Thur., 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed for lunch
Tabernacle Staff
Pastor, Rev. Barry Throckmorton
[email protected]
Members in the News
Congratulations to Paul Hunt! Paul works at the Mariner’s Museum and just
received the “Ambassador (Employee) of the Year 2014.” He received the
award for his work ethic - always does his job, is always at work and is never
late, and for his positive interactions with museum visitors.
Congratulations to Megan Peterson! She recently
participated in the Tidewater Distinguished Young Women
Scholarship Program and won the fitness and selfexpression awards. She was also one of the top three in the
local program qualifying to compete in the state program
where she may win a variety of additional scholarships.
Candidate for Ordained Ministry/
Brent Staul
[email protected]
Director of Ministries Development
Rusty Sackett
[email protected]
Side Door Music Leader
Michael Day
[email protected]
Interim Choir Director
Betsy Forrest
[email protected]
Secretary/Finance Manager
Ann Higginbotham
[email protected]
Information and picture from article posted by dfontaine5,
Community Contributor to the Daily Press.
The United Methodist Church
Virginia Conference
Dedication of Kaitlyn’s Tree
York River District Superintendent
Rev. Seonyoung Kim
District Office: 596-3476
[email protected]
A pink dogwood was dedicated in loving
memory of Kaitlyn Begor on Sunday,
December 21, following the 11:00 Worship
services. The tree is located behind the
fellowship hall.
Resident Bishop
Young Jin Cho
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831 Poquoson Avenue
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11:00 a.m. Traditional Service
11:00 a.m. Side Door Service
(A Contemporary Service)
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.