SUNDAY MORNING CHURCH SERVICE UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENT!
Sunday, November 14, we resume to our two church services and Sunday School!
8:30 a.m. Coffee Social Fellowship Hall
8:45 a.m. Praise and Worship Service
9:45 a.m. Sunday School all ages
11:00 a.m Traditional Worship Service in Sanctuary
Children's Church School offered during 11:00 a.m. Service
7:00 p.m. each Wednesday - Zoom Bible Study offered with Pastor Amy. Contact Church for Link to enter.
** It is recommended that all attending our services please wear a mask until further notice. Thank you for your understanding i this matter.
FREE SWEET POTATOES FOR ALL
Saturday, November 20th
Loudon United Methodist Church Parking Lot
509 Mulberry Street, Loudon
Just in time for your Thanksgiving Feast!
FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS!
Deck the Halls!
With Christmas just around the corner, we just wanted to let you know the Evangelism Committee is planning an Advent Wreath Making Family Dinner Gathering, Sunday, November 28th at 3 PM in Fellowship Hall with a Pizza Party to follow. Each Family in attendance receives a wire circle base and set of advent candles for their project. Your contribution will be greens from your yard such as evergreens, pine, holly, pine cones, berries, all fresh or artificial (due to allergies), Christmas balls, angels, various decorations, and additional pieces to share with other families. There will be a cost of $10 from each family covering the cost of the wired frame and set of five advent candles. For further information, please contact Suzy Holcomb: 657-9052. Please give the committee an idea if you are interested in attending so we are sure we have enough supplies ahead of time. Thank you! Sign-up Sheet can be found outside Church office on Bulletin Board.
NEW ADDITION ERECTED TO CHURCH GROUNDS WELCOMES COMMUNITY
A blessing arrives at Loudon United Methodist Church with the Tellico Woodworker Club's completion of a brand new Petite Pantry Library offering our church one more tool to serve our church family and neighbors foods, supplies, and personal needs. This Pantry now accompanies our Book/DVD Library already standing at the corner of West and Cedar Avenues. An abundance of thanks to Woodworkers Ned Miller and Tom Ringenbach, Parishioners, Henry Huff and Tom and Suzy Holcomb for their hands in making this dream a reality as well as our wonderful Pastor, Amy Cook whose inspiration enlightened these workers to the completion of this new sharing ministry instrument.
Love your God with all your heart, with all your soul. Remember to give God all the glory, honor, and praise, thanking him for the many gifts bestowed upon you each and every day. Share your wealth with all.