Means of Grace
Aug
4
to May 31

Means of Grace

9:00am - 4:00pm // BLUE LAKE // $40.00 PER SESSION

Includes continental breakfast and hot lunch. Should you desire to spend the night, 10 private rooms have been reserved for each session for an additional cost of $63.00, which includes supper. Check out is at 9:00am. Breakfast on your own.

  • Introduction to the Means of Grace // Saturday, September 2, 2017
  • Studying the Scriptures // Saturday, November 18, 2017
  • Prayer // Thursday, February 8, 2018
  • Fasting and Holy Living // Saturday, May 19, 2018
  • The Sacraments // Saturday, August 25, 2018
  • Christian Conferencing/Living in Covenant Community // Thursday, November 15, 2018
  • Living Generously/Seeking Justice for All // February, 2019 (date to be determined)
  • Celebrating the Means of Grace // May, 2019 (date to be determined)

REGISTRATION

Register for the first session by August 18 by clicking here.

Hosted by Sacred Space Spiritual Formation. For more information contact, Donell Seager at donellseager@gmail.com or 850-723-5781

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Adult Growth Groups
Aug
7
to Oct 31

Adult Growth Groups

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At Navarre, we don't "do life" alone.

Instead, we have groups where you can plug in and make the journey with others, no matter where you might be in that journey.

We believe that God wants each of us to have a personal and evolving relationship with him. This relationship starts when we decided to follow Christ and continues our entire lives. A person needs to be strengthened in his or her walk with God in order to stand up to the pressures of the world. This is where Growth Groups come in. Our Groups help people grow in community and support one another during difficult times in life.

CLICK HERE to view our FINDER and find a group that is just right for you!

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Sep
30
8:00am 8:00am

Beach Clean Up

Help Keep Navarre Beach Clean

Join the Navarre Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Center in their efforts to keep our beaches clean and safe for the sea turtles. God calls us to care for Creation. One way we can do that locally is by caring for our beaches and the sea turtles who are endangered.

The Beach Clean up, or Monthly Trash-Bash, is a great way to help our community and is family friendly. Children of all ages and come and pick up trash on the beach. You will go in teams down the beach, starting at the Pier.

Details

  • Bring gloves and anything you want to use to pick up the trash. They will provide the trash bags.
  • Be sure to bring water with you as well. Dress appropriately depending on the weather.
  • Meet at Meet at Navarre Beach public parking, near pier. If you have questions, you can contact the event coordinator through their Facebook event or call her at 850.499.6774.

Thank you for making a different in our community and for God's creation!

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Blood Drive
Oct
1
9:00am 9:00am

Blood Drive

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Donate Blood. Save a Life.

Join us from 9:00a - 1:30p, Sunday before and after all worship services. All donors will receive a wellness checkup including blood pressure, temperature, iron count and cholesterol screening! Please stop by, you just might save a life!

Tips for a Successful Blood Donation:

  • Maintain a healthy iron level in your diet by eating iron rich foods, such as red meat, fish, poultry, beans, spinach, iron-fortified cereals, and raisins.
  • Get a good night's sleep.
  • Drink an extra 16 oz. of water or nonalcoholic fluids before the donation.
  • Eat a healthy meal before your donation. Avoid fatty foods, such as hamburgers, fries or ice cream before donating. (Fatty foods can affect the tests we do on your blood. If there is too much fat in your blood, your donation cannot be tested for infectious diseases and the blood will not be used for transfusion.)
  • If you are a platelet donor, remember that your system must be free of aspirin for two days prior to donation.
  • Remember to bring your donor card, driver's license or two other forms of ID.
  • Wear clothing with sleeves that can be raised above the elbow.
  • Let the person taking your blood know if you have a preferred arm and show them any good veins that have been used successfully in the past to draw blood.
  • Relax, listen to music, talk to other donors or read during the donation process.
  • Take the time to enjoy a snack and a drink in the refreshments area immediately after donating.
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Trunk or Treat Community Event
Oct
29
4:00pm 4:00pm

Trunk or Treat Community Event

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This event will bring "Trick or Treat" to our parking lot where kids go from car to car to get candy and trinkets! If you would like to take part in our decorating contest, reserve your spot by October 22nd and you will be automatically entered.

Awards will be give for decorated (non-Scary) trunks that are:

  • The Most Unusual
  • The Most Creative
  • The Most Outrageous
  • Best All Around

If you would like to take part in this community event, please sign up below:

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Wednesday Night Dinners
Sep
20
5:00pm 5:00pm

Wednesday Night Dinners

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You are invited to join us for our Wednesday Night Family Dinner Night! On September 20th we will be serving Mushroom Chicken with Rice.

Adults - $6.00    Children - $3.00    

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Men's Breakfast
Sep
16
7:00am 7:00am

Men's Breakfast

The Men of Navarre and Their Sons

Are Gathering together every month to work through the the DVD study, Stepping Up. Even if you have never been before, feel free to drop on in. This is a wonderful opportunity for Fathers and Sons to join together in Faith Conversations and grow in their faith around the breakfast table. This group meets on a month basis in Hildreth Hall.


As men, all of us face decisions in life that demand courage. Big or little, complex or straightforward, these choices—let’s call them battles—matter a great deal. One courageous choice leads to another; tomorrow’s integrity depends on today’s bravery.

In Stepping Up, Dennis Rainey identifies five stages of a man’s journey through life—boyhood, adolescence, manhood, mentor, and patriarch—and examines a man’s responsibilities at each step. Rainey calls men to seize the moment and take action, stepping up to responsibility and inspiring others in the process. It’s about embracing courage, rejecting passivity and cowardice.

Ultimately, you’ll be challenged to be the man on your battlefield.


Fill out the form to RSVP or for Questions

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Hurricane Harvey Relief
Aug
30
to Sep 9

Hurricane Harvey Relief

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Hurricane Harvey hit the Gulf Coast of the U.S. August 26 affecting millions of people with multiple days of heavy rain, winds, and rising tides. The United Methodist Church is actively present, working with local and state emergency management, FEMA, and other volunteers active in disaster. This is how you can help:

 

PRAY

We thank you for your concern and the prayers you have already been offering for the people of Texas as they experience the destruction of Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. Please continue to pray for the first responders, those whose homes are destroyed or damaged, and those whose lives will never be the same. Also pray for the congregations on the front lines as they respond to the current needs and the needs that will be there for months and years to come.

GIVE

The next best way to help is to provide financial contributions which can be used to purchase appropriate and needed items quickly and locally.

  • You can give at Navarre United Methodist Church.
  • You can donate directly online to UMCOR by clicking here.
  • Your church can also send donations to the Fiscal Office, 4719 Woodmere Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36106. Note "UMCOR 901670" in the memo line.
  • If you prefer donations be sent directly to the affected annual conferences in Texas instead, send those to the same address above with "Hurricane Harvey - Texas Disaster Response" in the memo line.

DONATE

The Disaster Response Warehouse in Decatur is asking for these donations:

  • Box fans
  • 25' heavy-duty 14-gauge extension cords
  • 2 gallon garden sprayers
  • flat billed shovels
  • rakes with 3" tines

Navarre UMC is also collecting UMCOR Cleaning Buckets (flood buckets) and Hygiene Kits (health kits). Assembly instructions can be found here. Please follow the instructions carefully.

These following churches in our conference are current collection points. Please contact the church directly in advance to arrange for delivery.

VOLUNTEER

We also need help with transporting items from these locations to the disaster warehouse in Decatur, AL, or Sager Brown Depot in Baldwin, LA. If you can offer such assistance with a truck/trailer and/or as a driver, please contact Susan Hunt at susan@awfumc.org.

Once the waters recede and invitations from the affected conferences have been extended, we will provide more information about how teams can volunteer on the ground. Please do not self-deploy until we provide additional instructions.

We are already in conversation with the leadership of UMCOR and other conferences' disaster response leadership teams. 

Rev. Alan McBride is organizing teams to travel for 2-3 days to help clean up Texas. If you are interested in joining a team please fill out the form below:

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Updates will also be posted to the conference Facebook page as needed.

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Fantasy Football Draft
Aug
27
12:30pm12:30pm

Fantasy Football Draft

Join our Fantasy Football League

We are having a Fantasy Football League this fall! So if you love Professional Football, come out and join us. We will meet at The Den. There is no cost to participate. The draft will be Sunday, August 27th at 12:30p. We will need to know if you are going to participate by 11:00am that day. You can either click here to join the group, or contact Nathan through the form below.

There will be a prize of a $25 gift card to Johnny Hustons!

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Town Hall Meeting
Aug
20
2:03pm 2:03pm

Town Hall Meeting

Join us this Sunday in the Sanctuary from 2:30p - 3:30p

Cal Vandivier, from Church Council, will discuss some upcoming opportunities for you to interactively participate in forums facilitated by our Pastor that will help us plan and implement church and ministry initiatives.  Following that, he will turn the floor over to you to hear your questions, comments, ideas, and concerns. Childcare will be available.

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Safe Sanctuaries Training
Aug
20
12:15pm12:15pm

Safe Sanctuaries Training

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This Training is for Those who Need it for the First Time or for a Yearly Renewal

Yearly Safe Sanctuary certification is required for all volunteers who interact with children, youth, or vulnerable adults as a part of their volunteer duties.  We are committed to keeping our community and volunteers safe.  If your training has passed its yearly renewal, or is within two months of expiring, please make arrangements to attend.  If you are not sure, please contact your ministry head.

Click Here to Register.

If you have any questions, please fill out this form to contact Lori Ferguson, our Children's Director and Safe Sanctuaries Coordinator.

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Young at Heart 50+ Luncheon
Aug
18
11:30am11:30am

Young at Heart 50+ Luncheon

If you are 50+, you are welcome to join us! We meet on the 3rd Friday each month for lunch at a local restaurant. This is a great way to get acquainted with members of our church. For more information or to make reservations, please fill out the form below:

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Women's Emmaus Lunch
Aug
17
11:30am11:30am

Women's Emmaus Lunch

This group of ladies gather once a month for fellowship and lunch of the Past Emmaus Participants. For more information, please fill out the form below:

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Preschool Orientation
Aug
11
5:00pm 5:00pm

Preschool Orientation

Welcome to a New School Year

Please join us in our Taylor Hall Education Building for our 2017/2018 Preschool Orientation. This is a time for you and your child to visit the Preschool and meet your teachers.

What to Expect

The classrooms will be open from 5:00p - 5:25p for parents and children to visit. At 5:25p, the parents will attend a parent meeting in the Sanctuary, while their children remain in the classrooms.

Additional Information

Please fill out the below form if you would like additional information.

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Aug
10
to Aug 20

VBS Camp Navarre UMC

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Discover the God of the Universe

This year's theme is Galactic Starveyors. Your child will become a starveyor and search the scriptures, discovering the God who created the universe wants a relationship with him or her. Kid's entering VPK in the fall through 5th grade are invited to join us! Each camp will include:

  • Worship
  • Bible Study
  • Music
  • Crafts
  • Snacks
  • Games

Find a Summer Camp Near You here.

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Men's Connectional Breakfast
Aug
10
6:00am 6:00am

Men's Connectional Breakfast

This is a great way to connect with other men from our church and community and enjoy an excellent breakfast! We meet once a week at Alphy's Family Restaurant at 6a.  We hope you will come out and enjoy this time together!

For more information please fill out the below form:

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Youth Rush Week
Aug
7
to Aug 11

Youth Rush Week

I Make All Things New

School is almost here! There's no better way to spend the end of summer than a week of fun. The youth will spend the week of August 7-11 doing a different activity every day. Meet at the youth house for each activity.

  • Monday

    • Tubing the Blackwater River
    • $20, bring your lunch
    • Meet at 9:30am
  • Tuesday

    • Scavenger hunt
    • FREE
    • Meet at 7pm
  • Wednesday

    • Shaving Cream Wars
    • FREE
    • Meet at 6pm
  • Thursday

    • Blue Wahoos game
    • $6, plus money for food
    • Meet at 4:30pm 
  • Friday

    • Navarre Family Water Sports
    • $15
    • Meet at 4:30pm

For Questions or more Information, Contact Nathan, our Youth Director:

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Back to School Bash
Aug
5
10:30am10:30am

Back to School Bash

Come help us reach out to the community!

Back 2 School Bash Event - August 5

A fun-filled family day for the whole community with free school supplies & lunch. We will also have a visit from the Navarre Fire Department, the Santa Rosa Sheriff's department, and much more! Join us in Hildreth Hall from 10:30a - 12:30a.

If you have questions or would like to volunteer, please contact us:

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I would like to help on August 5th.
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Aug
1
5:00am 5:00am

Food Pantry Needs

Our We Care Ministries Food Pantry is getting very low on some critical food items. This food bank is used to help supplement families who come for financial assistance. They are currently in need of the following things:

 

  • Mayo
  • Mustard
  • Ketchup
  • Canned Meals (spaghetti, ravioli, beef stew, etc.)
  • Canned Meats (ham, beef, tuna)
  • Canned Fruit (all kinds)
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Soups

Items can be returned to the church office or to the Good Neighbor Thrift Store, 9025 Hwy. 98, Navarre

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Group Merge - Adult Sunday Group
Jul
9
to Aug 6

Group Merge - Adult Sunday Group

Your Busy, But You can Still be Connected and Grow

Summer is filled with food, family, and fun. School is out and that means finding things to keep the kids busy. It doesn't have to mean that you loose the time to stay connected with your church family and grow in your faith.

Many times, people loose connection with small groups because of traveling and other activities, so four of our Sunday groups have come together to help support each other throughout the craziness of the summer and still grow.

Meet new people and continue your relationships! This group will meet at 11:00a in Taylor Hall Rooms 209/211. 

The group will use Seedbed's "7 Minute Seminary" series. Each week will be an independent topic so don't worry if you've missed the past 3 weeks. You can pick right back up like you've been there the whole time. You'll watch a 7-8 minute video and then work through a discussion guide. The guide will be emailed out prior to group if you want to do some scripture reading before you come and pre-watch the video.


Questions or to Sign Up:

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Meet & Greet
Jul
9
12:00pm12:00pm

Meet & Greet

Please plan on joining us to welcome Dr. Alan McBride and his family in a celebration luncheon on July 9th, at 12:00 noon in Hildreth Hall.  Dr. Alan McBride and his wife Karen have three wonderful children.  Will 24, who lives in Louisville, Kentucky and works in TV and film industry, Laura 22, just graduated nursing school and is living in Pensacola, and Ally 19, who is a sophomore at Asbury University in Kentucky.

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Jun
19
1:00am 1:00am

REVIVE YOUTH CAMP

Join our Youth for Summer Camp!

It's past the deadline to sign up for camp.

WHAT TO EXPECT AT REVIVE!

During our time together we will have:

  • Teaching
  • Worship
  • Sports
  • Team Competitions
  • Swimming
  • Electives
  • Bring Your Band Stage and Cafe

WHAT TO BRING

  • Your completed Health Form 
  • Your signed Hold Harmless Agreement 
  • Bedding/sleeping bag & pillow
  • Towels & washcloths
  • Toiletries–toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, shampoo, sunscreen, deodorant, etc.
  • Clothing-please remember that we will be outside in the sun a lot
  • Rain jacket/umbrella
  • Flashlight
  • Closed Toed Shoes – no sandals or slip-ons, please!
  • “Water shoes” – closed toed shoes that can get wet for the shower, dock, and canoeing.
  • Bible
  • Money for canteen (optional)

WHERE IS REVIVE?

The Gulf Coast / Blue lake camp is located just one hour from the Emerald Coast beaches of North Florida, at the beautiful 300-acre Blue Lake Camp.


For more information visit here or fill out this form to contact Nathan Persell. 

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Jun
18
4:30pm 4:30pm

Farewell Celebration

You are invited!

Everyone is invited to celebrate Pastor Alan Cassady and Pastor Faith Parry’s tenure and ministry here at Navarre United Methodist Church. The celebration will be held at Sand Dollar Pavilion at Navarre Beach Park, Sunday, June 18th at 4:30 P.M.  Sand Dollar Pavilion is the second parking area on the right. Bring your appetite, there will be plenty of food and drink.

Express your appreciation!

If you would like to bring a gift or card to express your appreciation for Pastor Alan and Pastor Faith, there will be two baskets placed in the lobby on June 4th, 11th and 18th for that purpose.

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Jun
15
9:00am 9:00am

Mid-Month 50% Off Sale

We're Halfway through, so Celebrate with us!

It's the middle of the month the Thrift Store is marking everything 50% off! Come find one of the hidden treasures here at the store and know that every dollar you spend is used to help people in our community.

 

Thrift Store Location: 9025 Navarre Pkwy, about 1 mile from the church on the sound side

Thrift Store Hours: Mon-Fri, 9:00a-4:oop, Sat 10:ooa-2:00p


About our Store

The Good Neighbor Thrift Store was started to help support the people of Navarre and that is what it still does today. Every dollar that is raised in the store goes back into our community first then to missions. We help people pay their bills through our We Care Ministry (850-939-1005) along with a food bank in the back of the store. The funds for We Care comes from the Thrift Store. At the end of the year, any funds left over rolls into our missions funds to help support local and international missions.


Contact the Thrift Store

Phone: 850-515-0109

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Jun
11
to Jun 25

Ecuador Mission Trip Fundraiser

Give a $1, Help our Team go to Ecuador

There is a wall of envelopes in the front lobby of the sanctuary labeled 1-100. You can pick one of the envelopes but whatever envelope you pick is how much money you're committing to donate to the Ecuador missions team.

If you pick envelope 5 you'll put $5 in. You are more than welcome to pick more than one envelope to make a larger donation or go in together with some friends to conquer one of the bigger numbers. You can turn the envelopes in during the offering time or turn it in at the table or bring it by the church office. 

Envelopes will be available until Sunday, June 25th.

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Jun
3
8:00am 8:00am

Church Workday

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Help us dress up our campus!

The Trustees have a planned a church workday on Saturday the 3rd of June. The hours for the workday are from 8a - 12p and we plan to do cleanup, landscaping, and various tasks around campus. 

List of Tasks

  • Storage Room Clean Out
  • Landscaping
  • Painting
  • Pressure Washing
  • Tree & Stump Removal
  • Other Various Tasks

Volunteers should dress appropriately, bring work gloves and water. If you would like to volunteer please fill out the form below. If you have any questions, please email Vini Febus below.

 

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Jun
2
6:00pm 6:00pm

Preschool Graduation & Reception

Preschool Graduation Reception

Join us in celebration of our preschool students. We will have a ceremony in the Sanctuary at 6:00p and immediately following a Dessert Reception in Hildreth Hall. Drop off and sign in of students begins at 5:40p. Please fill out the form below if you would like to attend, serve and/or provide a dessert.  

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I would like to serve!
I would like to provide a dessert!
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May
28
12:30am12:30am

Annual Conference Missional Gift

Support Pensacola Community Ministries and Others

On June 4th, Pastors Alan and Faith will be traveling to Montgomery, Alabama, to join other Methodist pastors for Annual Conference. While there, they will have the opportunity to give an offering from our church at the opening worship service. All donations must be received by May 28th. Take a moment to hear from Bishop David Graves, our resident Bishop, about this special offering.

This year's offering will go to a group of community ministries, one of which is our very of Pensacola United Methodist Community Ministries (PUMCM). PUMCM operates out of Richard's Memorial UMC. Our church helps serve there every month through our youth department and through special events during the holidays.

Ways to Give:

  • Give on Sunday morning and designate your contribution: 2017 Missional Offering
  • Bring your contribution by the church office or drop it in the mail, designated for 2017 Missional Offering

This year’s recipients of the 2017 Missional Offering for the Alabama-West Florida Conference are local mission agencies within the bounds of our conference. They are The Ark, Dumas Wesley Community Center, Mary Ellen’s Hearth, Milk and Honey Outreach Ministries, United Methodist Inner City Mission in Mobile, and Pensacola United Methodist Community Ministries.

Below is a brief overview of each agency so that you may learn more about the outstanding work they do in their respective communities. 

The Ark

The Ark has been a ministry in Panama City Beach for more than 40 years. Noah’s Ark was formed as a retreat center for The AWF Conference of The United Methodist Church. Since 2012, they have been developing two new ministry directives: a coffee shop and international student housing. They are committed to combating human trafficking in the area! Thousands of people have been impacted by the ministry of The Ark over the years, and they look forward to continuing this legacy by providing new connections to the community. 

Dumas Wesley Community Center

The mission of the Dumas Wesley Community Center of Mobile, Alabama is to educate, empower and enrich the local community through collaborative programs of Christian service. That includes providing for immediate human needs, strengthening family life, developing leadership and encouraging personal responsibility. 

Mary Ellen's Hearth

Mary Ellen’s Hearth offers hope, help, and healing to homeless women and children throughout the River Region (Montgomery area). They offer hope by providing life skills training, transitional housing and Christian love and support. The goal of Mary Ellen’s Hearth is for the families they serve to leave them within two years, their dignity and self-respect restored, prepared for a life of independence. 

Milk and Honey Outreach Ministries

Since its founding in 1992, over a thousand participants have become stronger citizens by exploring the world around them. Art, culture, science, history and literature become fun and engaging extensions of learning through the after-school, weekend and summer programs. 

Pensacola United Methodist Community Ministries

For eight years, PUMCM has been working with Escambia County’s most vulnerable residents: homeless individuals and families, children living in poverty, U.S. veterans, mentally ill, former inmates, substance abusers and others in need. The main purpose of their ministry is to promote the dignity and welfare of the under-resourced in the community by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. 

United Methodist Inner City Mission in Mobile

The UM Inner City Missions is a Christ-centered, holistic ministry that makes disciples for the transformation of the world by sharing God’s unconditional love with those they serve. The Mission provides ministries where children, youth, and adults can experience love, hope, and acceptance. 


All of these ministries are serving as the hands and feet of Christ and the least of these in our world. Our conference is extremely proud of the work they do each day to reach people for Christ. All of these agencies are currently exploring ways they can seek funding in new and creative ways. We are pleased that this year’s missional offering is an in-conference offering and humbly ask that you prayerfully consider giving generously to this special offering. The positive impact from this offering will be widespread across the bounds of the conference. This offering will be presented at Opening Worship of Annual Conference on Sunday, June 4, 2017. 

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May
26
6:30pm 6:30pm

Illustrated Bible Journaling Workshop

Lesson 7 -  Art Journaling with Gelatos

If you prefer to add artistic creations outside of your bible, Rebekah shows how to create beautiful faith journaling within an art journal. Try your hand at stamping and watercoloring with Gelatos in this fun lesson. Don't worry, the possibilities in your Bible are endless too.

Rebekah walks you step-by-step through the basics of page prep and then introduces watercolor and stamping. Then you will create a beautiful mixed media tag which can be clipped in or adhered with washi. We will be meeting Friday, May 26th from 6:30-8:00 at the Den (2172 Fox Den Dr.). Child care is provided.

WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING:

  • A Bible (preferably a journaling one with space to create the art in) or a journal/sketchpad
  • $10 to cover the cost of your supplies

WE WILL PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:

If you have any of these supplies, feel free to bring them with you. Links have been provided for some of them if you want to look at them ahead of time, or purchase your own to use. Most are also available in the local craft stores.

  • Color Gelatos - You can buy some online here or here
  • Stamps, especially letters
  • Archival Ink- You can buy some online here or here
  • Distress Ink - We'll be using a brown, but any color could be used
  • Ink Blending Tool
  • A Heat Gun (any kind will do)

Click Here to RSVP.

JOIN OUR GROUP ON FACEBOOK.

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May
21
12:30pm12:30pm

Ecuador Missions Trip Fundraiser

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Join us for lunch in Hildreth Hall after morning worship. The only thing missing will be the desserts, which will be auctioned off to raise money for the Ecuador Mission Team. There is no cost for the lunch but donations are gladly accepted. Please fill out the below form if you are interested in attending or bringing a dessert.

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May
21
9:30am 9:30am

Graduation Sunday

We Want to Honor your Graduate

On May 21st, we'll observe Graduation Sunday in our morning services. This is a special time set aside to honor our high school, college or tech graduates. We will need a picture of your student. If you have a student who you would like to be included, please contact our Youth Director, Nathan Persell. 

Student's Name *
Student's Name
Parent/Guardian's Name *
Parent/Guardian's Name
High School *
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May
13
8:00am 8:00am

Postal Food Drive

Help Us Feed the Community

National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is Saturday, May 13! Don't forget to leave non-perishable food donations by your mailbox for your letter carrier to pick up. All donations in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties will once again help Manna Food Pantries, Feeding the Gulf Coast, Warrington Emergency Aid Center, We Care Ministries of Navarre United Methodist Church & ACTS Ministry of The Harbor @ Holley Assembly Of God ‪#‎fighthunger‬ in our community! Thank you to all the sponsors and United Way of Escambia County for their ongoing support of ‪#‎StampOutHunger‬! ‪#‎SOH2016‬ ‪#‎LiveUnited‬

Volunteers are needed to load and unload food. We also need trucks and trailer to transport the food from the Post Office to the We Care food pantry. For more information please contact Jim Weiher through this form.

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May
6
9:00am 9:00am

Global 6K for Water

Run or Walk 6K to help raise money for Water

Click Here to register for the Global 6k for Water at Navarre United Methodist.

6K Basics - Download the 6 Week Training Plan

  • Why 6K? 6 kilometers is the average distance people in the developing world walk for water; water that is often unsafe to drink. Walk or run 6K so they don’t have to.

  • When May 6, 2017

  • What A collection of people all around the world, walking and running 6K on the same day for the same cause.

  • Why $50? Through World Vision’s water projects, $50 provides one person with clean water.

  • Individualized Impact Your $50 registration fee will provide clean water for one person that lasts through Would Vision's water projects.

  • Increased Impact Every 6K walker / runner = one person in the developing world who will get clean water. When more people register and more people fundraise, more people get clean water! 

World Vision Water

  • Every child deserves clean water—and we are committed to delivering it.

  • Every day, nearly 1,000 children die from diarrhea caused by contaminated water, poor sanitation, and unsafe hygiene practices—more than from AIDS and malaria combined.

  • World Vision is the largest nongovernmental provider of clean water in the developing world–reaching one new person with clean water every 30 seconds.

  • Our sustainable water programs are part of a bigger, integrated plan that gives local people ownership of solutions and addresses every piece in the complex puzzle of poverty.

  • Our water, sanitation, and hygiene efforts are part of a full plan that addresses the many factors that perpetuate poverty, all undergirded with a desire that people experience fullness of life as Jesus references in John 10:10

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