Edgehill United Methodist Church
Sunday, June 16, 2019

Announcements of Ministry


 

Important Announcement about Summer Worship: 

The worship committee has recommended and church council has approved moving to one worship service during the summer.   Beginning on Pentecost, June 9 and until July 28 Edgehill will have one worship service beginning at 10:00 a.m.

During these eight Sundays our children's and adult Sunday school classes will take place from 9:00-9:45.

 

WE ARE THE CHURCH – 9:00 Sundays in the Cobb-Falk Room

Neely and Pratik Dash will kick off our six- week series of conversations with members of our congregation. Come hear their faith stories and how Edgehill became part of their lives.  

 

Neely Baugh-Dash is a law student at Belmont College of Law, about to start her third and final year. She is working a criminal defense internship over the summer.  Pratik Dash is an organizer at Tennessee Immigrant Refugee Rights Coalition.  His work includes, building the immigrant electorate through registering voters & engaging immigrants in the electoral process.  

We'd love to hear your story!

Please contact Merrilee Wineinger at 615-513-9170

or email her at merrilee.wineinger@gmail.com.

 

 

Family Fitness Night – Tuesday, June 18, 5:00 in the Big Room!  In community with the Global Education Center, our Neighborhood Ministries Program is hosting a family fitness night.  Join neighborhood families for an evening (5:00-7:30) of Zumba/Zumba Kids/PoundFit/Capoeira/Drumming/Latin Dance and Yoga!  For more information, contact Nancy Crutcher, Director of Neighborhood Ministries, or check it out online at www.globaleducationcenter.org

 

 

Our Edgehill United Methodist Women's Book Group will meet on its regular date and time: Thursday, June 20 at 2o'clock. We look forward to gathering and sharing insights from our recent readings.

 


Don Johnson Memorial Fund – You’re invited to make a memorial contribution to help cover the costs of Don Johnson's cremation. This congregation, taking its lead from Tommy Bugg, has held Don in prayer and included him in the life of Edgehill for over twenty years leading up to his execution.  If you'd like to contribute please make checks payable to Edgehill with Don Johnson's name in the reference line.  The cost is approximately $900 and your gifts no matter how small will help. We stand against the death penalty and all aspects of our criminal justice system that denies the sacred worth of any person. 

 

Prayer Shawls Available for Congregation and Loved Ones

    “Grief and resilience live together” -- Michelle Robinson Obama

Edgehill Knitters continues to place hand knitted and sometimes crocheted Prayer Shawls on the prayer rail in the Big Room.  As we create the shawls, we pray for the person who will wrap themselves in the shawl, asking God for healing, for wholeness, for shalom, for that person's highest good.  We welcome you to pick up a prayer shawl for yourself or for a loved one who needs healing and pray that it will be a blessing as you build resilience.