You are invited to an evening of friendship and
preparation for the true meaning of Christmas.
Our speaker will be Rev. Marilynn Schellhamer
and music provided by Saila Wills & Karen
Please sign up at the table in the gathering
area if you would like to attend or to serve as a
Bring Your Cares to the Lord! Join the Prayer Service for Healing on November 18 right after 1st or 2nd service in the chapel. Whatever your problem, bring it to the Lord in prayer and you will find relief. Mark your calendar and start the Holiday Season on the right path. Laurie Scott will be leading the service.
Operation Christmas Child
Collection Nov 12-19
Bring your filled boxes by the church during
Monday, Nov. 12 1-4 pm
Tuesday, Nov. 13 1-4 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 14 5-8 pm
Thursday Nov. 15 9am– Noon & 1-4 pm
Friday Nov. 16 9 am—Noon
Saturday Nov. 17 10 am—1 pm
Sunday Nov. 18 1 - 3 pm
Monday, Nov. 19 9-11 am
Come learn how the Bright Futures organization is improving lives in Augusta and find out how you can get involved. Our featured speaker will be Kevin Honeycutt. Lunch will be provided. Together we can change our world! Please RSVP to email@example.com or call the church office at 775-1116.
All 4th & 5th grade students are invited to join us for our Taking it to the Streets milestone! We'll explore different types of mission work AUMC is involved in as well as the entire United Methodist Church. We do ask that at least one parent attends this event with their student.
Fall Brown Bag Sunday is November 4th. You will find the display with brown bags and cash donation envelopes in the Gathering Area and at the Back Door.
The Augusta Community Caring Center currently has a great need for cash donations, food and workers for the center. Please consider helping in any/all ways that you are able to care for those less fortunate. Thank you!
We are thrilled to host our first Autumn Auction and Barbeque for the benefit of Bright Futures Families. We invite you to spend time over a meal and dessert auction with your family and with ours while lifting up the courage and hard work our BFF families are doing.
We are very excited to announce Praise in the Park, a community event on Saturday, Sept. 29th from 3-5pm in the Music Bandstand, Downtown Augusta.
Please join us for an afternoon of praise and worship music, fellowship, games and activities, as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Augusta! There is no charge to attend, however we are asking for donations of boxed/canned items for our local Caring Center. Bring your chairs and blankets and get ready for a great time!
the Augusta Ministerial Alliance.
Need a role model? Here are two strong candidates. Instead of cowering in fear or simply doing what everyone else would have done, Ruth and Esther made history. By trusting God when it mattered most, these two young women changed the world: Ruth's descendants became kings, and Esther saved her people from genocide. What great things does God have in store for you?
The 10 sessions of this Bible study on the books of Esther and Ruth bring home the truth that God has a plan for everyone.
This is a 10 Week Study Starting Monday September 17th , we will meet from 7:00-8:00 pm at AUMC.
This is a Book Study, the cost will be $5.00 checks made out to AUMC
The title for this month’s Book Club is Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist. This book is about grace to manage your busy schedules by letting God lead you (guilt free) of the many pulls on our lives by society, family needs and professional demands. Join us on this journey with Shauna Nieqest. Contact Susan Harrington for a book. Our next meeting will be September 24th at noon.
Beginning September 16th during the Sunday School hour, we will be launching a new a series that we hope will help answer essential questions of faith centered on the core tenants of our vision statement: Knowing, Growing, and Showing God’s love in our world. More information about these six week courses will be available in the following weeks and I hope you will consider taking the “Next Step” in YOUR relationship with God as you develop deeper connection with our church family.
Wednesday Night Children’s Ministry Activities at Augusta United Methodist Church is an expanded worship and discipleship opportunity for children kindergarten through 5th grade to experience fun, meaningful and age-appropriate programs in the middle of the week. Our night begins at 5:30 pm with a FREE Fellowship Meal and continues with programming from 6-7PM.
For more information contact Jessica Bates, Children & Youth Director at (316) 775-1116 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our book club will be starting up this fall with a great selection by the author Nicholas Sparks. " Narrated with irrepressible humor and rare candor, Three Weeks with My Brother reminds us to embrace life with all its uncertainties". This is a great opportunity to get to know this popular author and be entertained by a blend of travelogue and memoir.
This is a wonderful read and you will love it. Books can be picked up the first week of August and our discussion group will meet the last Monday of the month, which will be August 27.
This parenting class is designed to give you practical skills that can be used immediately!
Thursdays July 19th-August 23rd from 6-8pm. This FREE course includes childcare and a light dinner will also be provided.
For more information and to sign up, please call Susan Kiser at 775-5491 ext. 215.
Being an acolyte is a service of honor to God and to the worshiping community. As acolytes bring in the light, they remind us that the light of Christ is present when we gather in the name of Christ. When they depart carrying the light, we remember that each of us carries the light of Christ out of the church and into the world.