Edgehill United Methodist Church
Saturday, January 19, 2019

Announcements of Ministry


Mozart in Nashville presents
Mozart’s 263rd Birthday Concert

Mozart in Nashville Is thrilled to present a unique program to celebrate Mozart’s 263rd Birthday, “Mozart in Transcription; Mozart not in transcription”. 

Friday, January 18th at noon, St George’s Episcopal Church

Saturday, January 19th at 3pm, W.O. Smith School

Suggested Donation of $10 benefits The Little Pantry That Could

(A portion of the Saturday concert proceeds also benefit EUMC Music Ministries)

If you have been looking for a way to volunteer just a little, FreeStore might have the perfect opportunity! We need one or more drivers to pick up food at the new Nashville Food Project location in the Nations and deliver to FreeStore twice (or maybe even fewer times) each month. Call Pat Elkins at 615-260-3346. 

Adult Sunday School: Week 3 - This week, we continue our study of Micah 4:1-4. We will turn our attention to repentance and transformation from violent paths for self-protection. Additionally, we will discuss mass shootings and gun violence interrupter.

Last week, we watched a video that present a model of using gun interrupters to lower crime rate as well as build relationships. 


Week 4 - We will wrap up with a special guest from Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense. Please join us to learn about how "Moms" are educating parents and working with legislators to protect Tennesseans.


 Join the EUMW Book group on Jan. 17, 2:00 at Donna Cookson’s, 1900 Richard Jones Rd. Apt D-4, Green Hills Terrace Apts. Y’all come, bring your friend and your latest readings.  All are welcome and eager to share what we have read over the holidays.

On Sunday, January 20 at 6:30 pm in the historic Wightman Chapel, Scarritt Bennett Center will celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during our weekly “Vespers & All That Jazz” service.  We will remember the life of Dr. King; we will hear from his speeches, especially the one he gave in Wightman Chapel on April 25, 1957, we will hear of his passion for justice and peace for all people. Featured in the service will not only be Dr. King’s writings but also music, poetry and reflections expressing Dr. King’s dream of freedom for all God’s children.  Musicians will include Kevin Madill, piano; Matt Davich, woodwinds; Ike Harris, bass; and Connye Florance, vocal soloist.  Come and join in this celebration of a modern-day prophet, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

2019 Women’s March info: It's time for the third annual Women's March events across the country! Nashville will join 176 other cities in 46 states on January 19, 2019 at 1 Public Square, 10:00 for WomensWave events! This is year three, and we are coming back with a WomensAgenda, a bold federal policy and legislative platform for 2019/2020 that centers our intersectional issues.