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6/3/22 Updates

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UMCOR SCHOOL KIT ($11 Value) – Due June 7th
Central UMC is a collection site for items to go in the UMCOR School Kits for Annual Conference. All items are due on or by June 7th so they can be taken to Annual Conference June 8th – 11th

Kit Contains (All items must be new):
• One pair blunt scissors
-Round tip only
-No plastic scissors
• One box of 24 crayons
-Only 24-count boxes are accepted
• Three one-subject notebooks
-No marble composition books
-No 3 or 5-subject notebooks
• One pack of loose-leaf paper
-100-200 page packets are acceptable
-Wide or college rule accepted
• One hand-held pencil sharpener
-1-inch or longer
-Remove from packaging
• One ruler
-12 inches or 30 centimeters long
-Sturdy or flexible material accepted
• Six unsharpened pencils
• One eraser
-Two inches or larger
• One two-gallon re-sealable plastic bag 
 
 

Love Offering for Pastor Phil – deadline this Sunday!

We would like to take up a love offering to present to Pastor Phil when he preaches his last sermon June 12,2022. If you choose to write a check, please make it out to Central UMC and write “Pastor Phil Love Offering” in the memo line. The deadline is June 5th. Thank you for your kindness. SPRC Chair, Ned Toms

 

Celebrating Pastor Phil
Join us on Sunday, June 12th after worship as we say farewell to Pastor Phil. We’d like to honor him and wish him Godspeed in his new lead pastor ministry in Lafayette, Indiana. 

 

CHANGE OF NAME AND DATE FOR UMW

United Methodist Women is now UNITED WOMEN IN FAITH. Not only have we changed our name, but we have also changed our meeting date for June.  We will meet on the FOURTH Thursday, June 23, at 1:00 in Fellowship Hall.  We will elect and install our UWFaith officers for 2022-2023.  You can also join us for lunch at noon by contacting Shanron Rider or Mary Ann Brooks. Creative Hands will also meet that day from 9:00-12:00.  Come join us for fun, fellowship, and good food!

 

Proposed officers for UWFaith 2022-2023 are:

President—Ann Cashner

Vice President—Electa Berk

Secretary—Amy McKee

Treasurer—Barb Shirden

Social Action—Sally Sayre

Program Resources—Elizabeth Holmes

Spiritual Growth Coordinator—Linda Smith

Outreach/Missions Coordinator—Shanron Rider

 

EMBRACE

June 24, 2022 6:30pm-8:30pm & June 25, 2022 10am-4pm $40 (Scholarships Available) All over the world, people have difficulty sharing their faith. They can share about their love for their children, or their excitement about a new movie or restaurant, but sharing about their faith feels much harder. Yet evangelism, at its core is not a rigid set of techniques to be mastered. Rather, it is simply showing and sharing the love of Jesus.

Satellite Site: Central United Methodist Church – Richmond, IN

The training will be streamed in from Delphi UMC. Participants will be able to communicate with the main site and be in conversation with others at the regional site. Registration includes lunch. Satellite site participants may join the Friday session via Zoom. 

For more information click here 

To register click here 

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What is an Usher?
An usher by definition is one who assist a person find a seat in a theater or in church. A Central usher is more than assisting a person to a seat. A Central usher greets every person with kindness, willing to show a person where the restroom is, can find the Upper Room booklet and other duties as required. A Central usher is always serving the Lord as they do their duties. Being a Central usher represents how Central relates to the congregation and visitors. Being a Central usher is easily done. A person can contact Electa Berk by leaving a message at the church office or contacting Pastor Joseph about becoming a Central usher.

 

Office Support Team – Volunteers needed for June 13th – 17th

Do you know how to use a phone? Then you are perfect for the Office Support Team! Occasionally our Office Manager, Christin, needs to be away from the office. During these times we would like to have a team we can call on the help cover the phones and greet people as they come in. don’t worry, we will train you on everything! This will be an “on-call” type team and you may be asked to help with small projects as well. If you are interested you may call the office at 765-962-8543 or email Christin at christin@richmondcumc.com.

 

Sunday Greeters

Are you looking for a way to participate on Sundays? Sign-up to be a Sunday Greeter! A sign-up sheet is in the entryway. We would like to have 2 people for each Sunday. If you have any questions, please contact Carol Hinshaw.

 

Lamplighter Devotionals and Testimonies
We are asking for devotionals and testimonies from the congregation to be shared in a future Lamplighter. If you feel led to share, please submit yours to Christin at christin@richmondcumc.com.

 

Volunteers needed for camps

Impact 2818 staff is hard at work planning for camp this summer, and they need many volunteers to make it happen. Volunteers are needed to take photos, lead worship, cook food, run technology, mow fields, be safety spotters, medics, camp counselors, and more! Click here to read how you can help.
 

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UWFaith Mission U 2022- July 15th – 17th

Virtual Event held July 15th – 17th. Registration is only $25. You can register and receive your Mission u study book by contacting the registrar, Barb McCoy at barb.mccoy@frontier.com. Any questions, please see Ann Cashner. More information to come!

 

Food Truck Party VBS – July 24th – 28th

This year Central is proud to join in the fun with First UMC and Centerville UMC for Food Truck Party! Vacation Bible School is happening July 24-28 from 6-8 PM each evening at First UMC (318 National Road West) All pre-school – 5th graders are welcome! Need more information or want to get more involved? Call Jen Seger, she is our Central VBS coordinator for this year! More information to come!

 

Summer Music Camp – July 18th  – July 20th

Central is excited to offer a music camp this summer available for grades 2nd through 6th. Please reach out to Madeleine Demetriades if you are interested in signing up, or if you are able to volunteer: madeleine@richmondcumc.com. More information to come!


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5/27/22 Updates

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Relationship Goals Red Church Website BannerCommunity Prayer Focus
This month we get to join our community in praying for wisdom for public officials. You are encouraged to pray for our public officials and our community. And don’t forget: Our 24-hour prayer cycle is Saturday, May 28th. Download the prayer guide here!
 
REO Car Wash
Saturday, May 28th from 11am – 4pm
Cost: Donations Only
Central United Methodist Church
1425 E. Main Street, Richmond, IN 47374
Fundraising to raise funds for operating fees for REO for 2022 & 2023 seasons – general upkeep, referee expenses, lawn care, trophies for participants
Richmond Evening Optimist
For general inquiries, please contact your organization directly.
Phone: 765-400-0736
Email: reokids2015@gmail.com
 

Honoring Ted Halsted

Missionary, minister, musician, camp counselor, punster and friend. That’s just a part of Ted Halsted. Join the Koinonia Class on Sunday, May 29th from 9am – 9:45am in the Parlor to honor Ted’s 70-plus years of dedication and service to Methodism and humanity and help us recognize his 95th birthday.
 
UMCOR SCHOOL KIT ($11 Value)
Central UMC is a collection site for items to go in the UMCOR School Kits for Annual Conference. All items are due on or by June 7th so they can be taken to Annual Conference June 8th – 11th
 
Kit Contains (All items must be new):
• One pair blunt scissors
-Round tip only
-No plastic scissors
• One box of 24 crayons
-Only 24-count boxes are accepted
• Three one-subject notebooks
-No marble composition books
-No 3 or 5-subject notebooks
• One pack of loose-leaf paper
-100-200 page packets are acceptable
-Wide or college rule accepted
• One hand-held pencil sharpener
-1-inch or longer
-Remove from packaging
• One ruler
-12 inches or 30 centimeters long
-Sturdy or flexible material accepted
• Six unsharpened pencils
• One eraser
-Two inches or larger
• One two-gallon re-sealable plastic bag
 

Henderson Settlement Mission Trip

Our all-church mission trip to Henderson Settlement is set for the week of July 10th and plans are coming together! If you are interested in coming, we need commitments by May 31st. If you have questions, please see Krissi Hughes.
 

Graduation Sunday

The end of the school year is quickly approaching, and we would like to celebrate the graduates at Central. If you would like us to acknowledge a graduate, or you are a graduate yourself, please contact Pastor Phil so we can honor the achievement on June 5th!

 

Take Me Out to the Ballgame…

Central is sponsoring a baseball team at our local recreation league, Richmond Evening Optimist or REO. Almost every week night from May – June hundreds of people from all over the county gather at our local baseball/softball/volleyball complex at NW 13th and Peacock. Please keep the young families of our community in prayer as they find opportunities for such public activities to raise up our next generation. Central has kids playing many of the nights on various fields. Central’s sponsored team will be playing at 6pm on June 3rd. Come on out and support the team or just get to know some neighbors over a hot dog and bag of popcorn. Play ball!
 

Love Offering for Pastor Phil

We would like to take up a love offering to present to Pastor Phil when he preaches his last sermon June 12,2022. If you choose to write a check, please make it out to Central UMC and write “Pastor Phil Love Offering” in the memo line. The deadline is June 5th. Thank you for your kindness. SPRC Chair, Ned Toms

 
Celebrating Pastor Phil
Join us on Sunday, June 12th after worship as we say farewell to Pastor Phil. We’d like to honor him and wish him Godspeed in his new lead pastor ministry in Lafayette, Indiana. 
What is an Usher?
An usher by definition is one who assist a person find a seat in a theater or in church. A Central usher is more than assisting a person to a seat. A Central usher greets every person with kindness, willing to show a person where the restroom is, can find the Upper Room booklet and other duties as required. A Central usher is always serving the Lord as they do their duties. Being a Central usher represents how Central relates to the congregation and visitors. Being a Central usher is easily done. A person can contact Electa Berk by leaving a message at the church office or contacting Pastor Joseph about becoming a Central usher.
 

Office Support Team

Do you know how to use a phone? Then you are perfect for the Office Support Team! Occasionally our Office Manager, Christin, needs to be away from the office. During these times we would like to have a team we can call on the help cover the phones and greet people as they come in. don’t worry, we will train you on everything! This will be an “on-call” type team and you may be asked to help with small projects as well. If you are interested you may call the office at 765-962-8543 or email Christin at christin@richmondcumc.com.
 

Sunday Greeters

Are you looking for a way to participate on Sundays? Sign-up to be a Sunday Greeter! A sign-up sheet is in the entryway. We would like to have 2 people for each Sunday. If you have any questions, please contact Carol Hinshaw.
 
Lamplighter Devotionals and Testimonies
We are asking for devotionals and testimonies from the congregation to be shared in a future Lamplighter. If you feel led to share, please submit yours to Christin at christin@richmondcumc.com.
 

Volunteers needed for camps

Impact 2818 staff is hard at work planning for camp this summer, and they need many volunteers to make it happen. Volunteers are needed to take photos, lead worship, cook food, run technology, mow fields, be safety spotters, medics, camp counselors, and more! Click here to read how you can help.

 
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Food Truck Party VBS

This year Central is proud to join in the fun with First UMC and Centerville UMC for Food Truck Party! Vacation Bible School is happening July 24-28 from 6-8 PM each evening at First UMC (318 National Road West) All pre-school – 5th graders are welcome! Need more information or want to get more involved? Call Jen Seger, she is our Central VBS coordinator for this year!
 

Summer Music Camp – July 18th – July 20th

Central is excited to offer a music camp this summer available for grades 2nd through 6th. Please reach out to Madeleine Demetriades if you are interested in signing up, or if you are able to volunteer: madeleine@richmondcumc.com
 

Embrace

June 24, 2022 6:30pm-8:30pm & June 25, 2022 10am-4pm $40 (Scholarships Available)

Satellite Site: Central United Methodist Church – Richmond, IN

The training will be streamed in from Delphi UMC. Participants will be able to communicate with the main site and be in conversation with others at the regional site. Registration includes lunch. Satellite site participants may join the Friday session via Zoom. 

 
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May is Foster Care Awareness Month. 

Please be in prayer for Families affected by Foster Care this month. Central has a long history of coming alongside foster and adoptive families.  If you feel led to come alongside Foster Families, to become a Foster Family, to become a CASA, or to just support the youth/parents of our community, please email or call Pastor Joseph (joseph@richmondcumc.com).
 

Wisdom

In the Month of May, Central will be reading together through some of the Bible’s Wisdom literature. The Bible does more than tell us about Israel and Jesus – it forms our character.  It forms our souls.  A bookmark guiding our readings has been made available. You can pick one up in the narthex or church office. We will be reflecting on the readings during worship and at the Wednesday 10am Wisdom Study @ Central.  Let us follow Paul’s teaching in this season, “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God.”


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5/20/22 Updates

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Sunday Greeters

Are you looking for a way to participate on Sundays? Sign-up to be a Sunday Greeter! A sign-up sheet is in the entryway. We would like to have 2 people for each Sunday. If you have any questions, please contact Carol Hinshaw.

 

Lamplighter Devotionals and Testimonies
We are asking for devotionals and testimonies from the congregation to be shared in a future Lamplighter. If you feel led to share, please submit yours to Christin at christin@richmondcumc.com.

 

May is Foster Care Awareness Month. 

Please be in prayer for Families affected by Foster Care this month.  Central has a long history of coming alongside foster and adoptive families.  If you feel led to come alongside Foster Families, to become a Foster Family, to become a CASA, or to just support the youth/parents of our community, please email or call Pastor Joseph (joseph@richmondcumc.com).

 

Honoring Ted Halsted

Missionary, minister, musician, camp counselor, punster and friend. That’s just a part of Ted Halsted. Join the Koinonia Class on Sunday, May 29th from 9am – 9:45am in the Parlor to honor Ted’s 70-plus years of dedication and service to Methodism and humanity and help us recognize his 95th birthday. 

 

EMBRACE

June 24, 2022 6:30pm-8:30pm & June 25, 2022 10am-4pm $40 (Scholarships Available) All over the world, people have difficulty sharing their faith. They can share about their love for their children, or their excitement about a new movie or restaurant, but sharing about their faith feels much harder. Yet evangelism, at its core is not a rigid set of techniques to be mastered. Rather, it is simply showing and sharing the love of Jesus.

Embrace offers a way to think about evangelism that can help people become comfortable showing and sharing the love of Jesus in a way that is authentic and natural. It sets out six essential values that lie at the heart of authentic faith-sharing: humility, clarity, prayer, integrity, worship, and urgency. These values remain constant no matter where in the world we live. Our practices may change from place to place and time to time, but no matter where we are or what kind of culture we live in, these values form the foundation for everything we do to show and share the love of Jesus. Working through these essential values enables Christ followers to connect their personal experience of faith with a holistic understanding of the gospel in a way that restores their confidence and responsiveness to the Holy Spirit as they show and share the love of Jesus in their daily lives and in their trusting relationships.

Main site: Delphi UMC

This is the main site where Rev. Dr. Kim Reisman will be presenting. Registration includes lunch. 1796 US-421, Delphi, IN 46923

Satellite Site: Central United Methodist Church – Richmond, IN

The training will be streamed in from Delphi UMC. Participants will be able to communicate with the main site and be in conversation with others at the regional site. Registration includes lunch. Satellite site participants may join the Friday session via Zoom. 

To register or go to https://inumc.swoogo.com/embrace6242022

 

Wisdom

In the Month of May, Central will be reading together through some of the Bible’s Wisdom literature. The Bible does more than tell us about Israel and Jesus – it forms our character.  It forms our souls.  A bookmark guiding our readings has been made available. You can pick one up in the narthex or church office. We will be reflecting on the readings during worship and at the Wednesday 10am Wisdom Study @ Central.  Let us follow Paul’s teaching in this season, “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God.”

Community Prayer Focus
This month we get to join our community in praying for wisdom for public officials. You are encouraged to pray for our public officials and our community. And don’t forget: Our 24-hour prayer cycle is Saturday, May 28th. Download the prayer guide here!
 
What is an Usher?
An usher by definition is one who assist a person find a seat in a theater or in church. A Central usher is more than assisting a person to a seat. A Central usher greets every person with kindness, willing to show a person where the restroom is, can find the Upper Room booklet and other duties as required. A Central usher is always serving the Lord as they do their duties. Being a Central usher represents how Central relates to the congregation and visitors. Being a Central usher is easily done. A person can contact Electa Berk by leaving a message at the church office or contacting Pastor Joseph about becoming a Central usher.
 
Celebrating Pastor Phil
Join us on Sunday, June 12th after worship as we say farewell to Pastor Phil. We’d like to honor him and wish him Godspeed in his new lead pastor ministry in Lafayette, Indiana.
 

Take Me Out to the Ballgame…

Central is sponsoring a baseball team at our local recreation league, Richmond Evening Optimist or REO. Almost every week night from May – June hundreds of people from all over the county gather at our local baseball/softball/volleyball complex at NW 13th and Peacock. Please keep the young families of our community in prayer as they find opportunities for such public activities to raise up our next generation. Central has kids playing many of the nights on various fields. Central’s sponsored team will be playing at 6pm on June 3rd. Come on out and support the team or just get to know some neighbors over a hot dog and bag of popcorn. Play ball!

 

Henderson Settlement Mission Trip

Our all-church mission trip to Henderson Settlement is set for the week of July 10th and plans are coming together! If you are interested in coming, we need commitments by May 31st. If you have questions, please see Krissi Hughes.

 

Graduation Sunday

The end of the school year is quickly approaching, and we would like to celebrate the graduates at Central. If you would like us to acknowledge a graduate, or you are a graduate yourself, please contact Pastor Phil so we can honor the achievement on June 5th!
 

Bible, Sex, Culture, and the UMC

The General Conference postponement until 2024 has brought forward many questions about what’s next for our church and denomination. Join us Sunday evening in the Fellowship Hall from 5:15-6:45 on May 22 for teaching sessions and conversation on some of these questions: How do we view the Bible? What does the Bible say about sex? What are our cultural influences?  How do we serve the LGBTQIA+ community? and What does all this have to do with the UMC? Please keep our denomination in your prayers as we continue to live out our faith in Jesus together here in Richmond and beyond.

 

Office Support Team

Do you know how to use a phone? Then you are perfect for the Office Support Team! Occasionally our Office Manager, Christin, needs to be away from the office. During these times we would like to have a team we can call on the help cover the phones and greet people as they come in. don’t worry, we will train you on everything! This will be an “on-call” type team and you may be asked to help with small projects as well. If you are interested you may call the office at 765-962-8543 or email Christin at christin@richmondcumc.com.


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5/13/22 Updates

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VBS Planning Meeting

We are exploring options for hosting a small-scale VBS later this summer. If you have interest in joining this planning team, they will meet briefly Sunday, May 15th, after worship in the Fellowship Hall. You may also reach out to Pastor Phil with any questions.
 

Wisdom

In the Month of May, Central will be reading together through some of the Bible’s Wisdom literature. The Bible does more than tell us about Israel and Jesus – it forms our character.  It forms our souls.  A bookmark guiding our readings has been made available. You can pick one up in the narthex or church office. We will be reflecting on the readings during worship and at the Wednesday 10am Wisdom Study @ Central.  Let us follow Paul’s teaching in this season, “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God.”
 

Bible, Sex, Culture, and the UMC

The General Conference postponement until 2024 has brought forward many questions about what’s next for our church and denomination. Join us Sunday evenings in the Fellowship Hall from 5:15-6:45 on May 15 and May 22 for teaching sessions and conversation on some of these questions: How do we view the Bible? What does the Bible say about sex? What are our cultural influences?  How do we serve the LGBTQIA+ community? and What does all this have to do with the UMC? Please keep our denomination in your prayers as we continue to live out our faith in Jesus together here in Richmond and beyond.
 

Office Support Team

Do you know how to use a phone? Then you are perfect for the Office Support Team! Occasionally our Office Manager, Christin, needs to be away from the office. During these times we would like to have a team we can call on the help cover the phones and greet people as they come in. don’t worry, we will train you on everything! This will be an “on-call” type team and you may be asked to help with small projects as well. If you are interested you may call the office at 765-962-8543 or email Christin at christin@richmondcumc.com.
 

Take Me Out to the Ballgame…

Central is sponsoring a baseball team at our local recreation league, Richmond Evening Optimist or REO. Almost every week night from May – June hundreds of people from all over the county gather at our local baseball/softball/volleyball complex at NW 13th and Peacock. Please keep the young families of our community in prayer as they find opportunities for such public activities to raise up our next generation. Central has kids playing many of the nights on various fields. Central’s sponsored team will be playing at 6pm on May 20th, & June 3rd. Come on out and support the team or just get to know some neighbors over a hot dog and bag of popcorn. Play ball!
 

Henderson Settlement Mission Trip

Our all-church mission trip to Henderson Settlement is set for the week of July 10th and plans are coming together! If you are interested in coming, we need commitments soon. If you have questions, please see Krissi Hughes.
 

Red Cross Blood Drive

There were thirty-nine people who kept their appointments at the blood drive held at Central United Methodist Church on Thursday, May 5th. When all was said and done, thirty-six units of blood were collected. A BIG thanks to those who donated. The need for blood is always great.

Graduation Sunday

The end of the school year is quickly approaching, and we would like to celebrate our church’s graduates. If someone in your immediate family is graduating from high school, college, or grad school, please contact Pastor Phil so we can honor their achievement on June 5th!

Sunday Greeters

Are you looking for a way to participate on Sundays? Sign-up to be a Sunday Greeter! A sign-up sheet is in the entryway. We would like to have 2 people for each Sunday. If you have any questions, please contact Carol Hinshaw.
 
Lamplighter Devotionals and Testimonies
We are asking for devotionals and testimonies from the congregation to be shared in a future Lamplighter. If you feel led to share, please submit yours to Christin at christin@richmondcumc.com.
 

May is Foster Care Awareness Month. 

Please be in prayer for Families affected by Foster Care this month.  Central has a long history of coming alongside foster and adoptive families.  If you feel led to come alongside Foster Families, to become a Foster Family, to become a CASA, or to just support the youth/parents of our community, please email or call Pastor Joseph (joseph@richmondcumc.com).

 

Honoring Ted Halsted

Missionary, minister, musician, camp counselor, punster and friend. That’s just a part of Ted Halsted. Join the Koinonia Class on Sunday, May 29th from 9am – 9:45am in the Parlor to honor Ted’s 70-plus years of dedication and service to Methodism and humanity and help us recognize his 95th birthday. 

 

2022 Letter Carrier’s Food Drive

Saturday, May 14 will be the 2022 LETTER CARRIER’S FOOD DRIVE.  Our food pantry will be one of the Richmond pantries receiving food from this year’s donations.  Place your donation by your mailbox for your letter carrier to pick  up.

Donate items such as pasta, cereal, oatmeal, canola oil, peanut butter and canned goods including beans, fruit, vegetables, soup, tuna in water, meat and sauce.  Avoid glass containers. Our hungry neighbors who will have food to eat thanks to your donation —  THANK YOU!

 

EMBRACE

June 24, 2022 6:30pm-8:30pm & June 25, 2022 10am-4pm $40 (Scholarships Available) All over the world, people have difficulty sharing their faith. They can share about their love for their children, or their excitement about a new movie or restaurant, but sharing about their faith feels much harder. Yet evangelism, at its core is not a rigid set of techniques to be mastered. Rather, it is simply showing and sharing the love of Jesus.

Embrace offers a way to think about evangelism that can help people become comfortable showing and sharing the love of Jesus in a way that is authentic and natural. It sets out six essential values that lie at the heart of authentic faith-sharing: humility, clarity, prayer, integrity, worship, and urgency. These values remain constant no matter where in the world we live. Our practices may change from place to place and time to time, but no matter where we are or what kind of culture we live in, these values form the foundation for everything we do to show and share the love of Jesus. Working through these essential values enables Christ followers to connect their personal experience of faith with a holistic understanding of the gospel in a way that restores their confidence and responsiveness to the Holy Spirit as they show and share the love of Jesus in their daily lives and in their trusting relationships.

Main site: Delphi UMC

This is the main site where Rev. Dr. Kim Reisman will be presenting. Registration includes lunch. 1796 US-421, Delphi, IN 46923

Satellite Site: Central United Methodist Church – Richmond, IN

The training will be streamed in from Delphi UMC. Participants will be able to communicate with the main site and be in conversation with others at the regional site. Registration includes lunch. Satellite site participants may join the Friday session via Zoom. 

To register or go to https://inumc.swoogo.com/embrace6242022


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