Posted by: deercreekcharge | September 9, 2012

Dead Faith, Living Faith

Come join us this Sunday to explore the letter of James and talk about how to live our faith! Also get excited for all our special Sundays coming up!



Help feed the Homeless at the Day Shelter (New Hope UMC, Edgewood) on the 3rd FRIDAY (MT) and 4th MONDAY (DC) of each month Next: September 21 (MT) and Sept. 24 (DC).


SPRC Meeting on September 11 at Deer Creek at 7! We are preparing for Charge Conference on Tuesday, November 6.


Deer Creek Women’s Circle is at BJ’s house on Sept. 10 at 7:30! All women welcome!


Knit/Crochet No experience needed-will teach! Make scarves for the homeless or prayer shawls. Meets every other Friday at 7pm at Mt. Tabor. Next Meeting: September 14.


Don’t forget the on-going food drives at both Deer Creek and Mt. Tabor!


Let’s Pound the Pastor! We will have a pounding of the pastor, where we bring a pound of flour/sugar/etc. to welcome Shannon and Aaron Sunday September 9 anytime between 12:30 and 3 (THAT’S TODAY!). Shannon would love to have you see the parsonage whether or not you bring flour, of course, so come on over after church!


Bible Study will start up again this fall! You chose Max Lucado’s Facing Your Giants: A David and Goliath Story for Everyday People. Start Monday at 10 at Deer Creek on Sept 17!


September and October are going to be busy months of worship together!

Homecoming at Mt. Tabor will be on September 16.

Combined worship at 11 am at Mt. Tabor NEXT WEEK followed by a potluck luncheon. Rev. Ed Heydt will be preaching! Spread the word!

Sing Along Service will be on September 23.

Bring your singing voices as we sing the rest of our collected favorite songs and celebrate music in worship!

A Prayer for the Anniversary of 9/11:(Rev. Jeremy Pridgeon, General Board of Discipleship)

O God, our hope and refuge,
in our distress we come quickly to you.
Shock and horror of that tragic day have subsided, replaced now with an emptiness,
a longing for an innocence lost.

We come remembering those who lost their lives in New York, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania.

We are mindful of the sacrifice of public servants who demonstrated the greatest love of all by laying down their lives for friends.

We commit their souls to your eternal care and celebrate their gifts to a fallen humanity. We come remembering and we come in hope, not in ourselves, but in you. As foundations we once thought secure have been shaken, we are reminded of the illusion of security.


In commemorating this tragedy, we give you thanks for your presence in our time of need and we seek to worship you in Spirit and in truth, our guide and our guardian. Amen.



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