|Here’s What’s Happening at Heritage!
The Pumpkin Patch is open daily 10am-7pm from Sept 25-Nov 1.
Shift workers are needed! Sign-up in Fellowship Hall.
“Understanding Medical Prescriptions”
Tuesday, October 3, 6:00 pm.
Join us as a licensed pharmacist shares how to navigate the medicine label of a prescription drug will be given.
The focus will be on reading and understanding the information on the label which pertains to use of the medicine, warnings, side effects, and drug interactions. Recommended audience: Adults. Rooms 101 and 102. Provided by the Health Ministries Team. Contact Gary Cinotto firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
HERITAGE ALL CHURCH
Thursday, October 5 at 7:30 pm.
All members of Heritage UMC are invited and encouraged to attend. Important strides toward setting our value as a Church Congregation for our community will be made.
This meeting is called to ratify or reject the Church Council’s proposal for:
1. The Pastor’s salary for 2018
2. The Church Goals for 2018
3. Membership Report
4. Nominations for 2018 Leadership Team
5. Safe Gatherings Policy.
Support October’s Mission Month of Service
Here are just two of the opportunities:
Cross-Lines Commodities Crew
Help us serve low income seniors. The next date to help load and deliver boxes of commodities is Oct 7. Contact Karen Coffman, email@example.com
Donate food and/or help serve lunch at reStart homeless shelter Saturday, October 14.
Deliver your items to HUMC no later than 8 am. on Saturday, Oct 14.
We will depart Heritage at 9 am to prepare and serve the meal at reStart.
□ Chili (6-15oz cans)
□ Saltine Crackers (2 lg boxes) □ Sliced Carrots & Celery
□ Shredded Cheese (2-2lb bags) □ Desserts (24)
□ Fruit Cups (1 doz individual servings)
□ I would like to help serve the meal.
On Sunday, October 22, we will begin a church wide study and worship series called Treasure: A Stewardship Program on Faith and Giving. The study will be based on Jesus’ words, “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” (Matthew 6:21).
Over a period of four weeks, there will be small group opportunities to look at the many ways our treasure (time, talent, skills and financial gifts) affects our hearts. We will consider how the challenges of personal finance, careers, lifestyle, time constraints and family commitments affect our relationships with people and with God. We will see how giving and committing helps to determine the way we feel and act.
If you have stress related to money, conflicting priorities, and the demands of a busy life, but feel God may be calling you to do more with your resources, this will be a helpful study. Pastor Mic will offer a series of sermons to help us examine where the treasure of the church is.
At the end of the four weeks, we will have the opportunity to make personal commitments of giving to Heritage United Methodist Church for 2018. We will receive commitment cards in the mail, and cards will also be available on Sunday mornings. Cards can be returned at any time. However, we encourage everyone to do so on or before CommitmentSunday on November 19.
We look forward to an exciting month committing our treasure.