1/28/22 Updates

Pickleball!
 
Pickleball fun for beginners on Mondays from 6:30-8:00 pm. No experience necessary. Paddle and balls will be provided. Wear tennis shoes and comfortable clothes. (Questions: Contact Randy Cashner-rcashner@icloud.com or Duane Hodgin-duanehodgin@yahoo.com) Prepare to “paddle up!”
 
Calling: YOU!
Are you a singer? Do you want to be? Consider joining the ranks of Central’s talented Chancel Choir. Absolutely no experience required. We are specifically needing basses (lowest range) and sopranos (highest range). Email Madeleine for more info: madeleine@richmondcumc.com
 
Musical Devotional Moments!
Tune in Tuesdays at 10am each week to learn more about a song’s meaning, significance and history. Streams here: facebook.com/richmondcumc
 
Lenten Hymn Study
We will be offering a 5-week virtual hymn study over Lent, examining and discussing some of the classics (Were You There, When I Survey The Wondrous Cross, etc). Email Madeleine if you would like to join this study: madeleine@richmondcumc.com
 
Community Food Pantry – Simply Give Update!
Richmond area Meijer customers “bought” Simply Give cards for $10 or more and Meijer held the money for us; one day during the campaign Meijer DOUBLE MATCHED all gifts for that day. Our pantry will receive Meijer Food Only credit cards totaling $19,440 which we will use at our Richmond Meijer to purchase food for our pantry. VERY SPECIAL THANKS to everyone who “purchased” a Simply Give card!
Family Snow Tubing

Join us Saturday, February 5th, 2-4 pm, at Valley’s Edge for a fun afternoon of downhill snow tubing! $15/adult, $5/teens & children. You will need register with Pastor Phil and submit payment through him prior to arrival. An online waiver is also required for each participant, available at the Valley’s Edge website (valleysedgesnowtubing.com). This will be a great experience for the whole family! Please contact Pastor Phil (phil@richmondcumc.com) with any questions.
 
New Study – Messy Church:
The First Letter to Timothy
It’s a reality. Church can be messy. How do we navigate the high calling of our discipleship amid everyday human life? In this short, four-week study we’ll explore the messy church of Ephesus under the leadership of Timothy. We’ll get deep into the text with all its challenging issues and practical insights. Taught by Pastor Phil in the Fellowship Hall each Thursday in February (starting Feb 3), at 6:30pm.
 
UMW Meeting
Come join us on February 10th for Creative Hands from 9am – 12pm, lunch from 12pm – 1pm. Our first Central UMW unit meeting of 2022 will be at 1pm with a short business meeting and a great speaker. All women are welcome! Questions? Call or text Ann Cashner at 765-994-1979

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