Archive for August, 2016

From The Pastor’s Desk – August 2016

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

  Polarization.  In my opinion, this is becoming  the cultural and political problem in our                                       country and the United Methodist Church. That’s a pretty sweeping statement, but it’s  intended to spark some thought and dialog on faith and life. So, […]

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A View From The Belfry – August 2016

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

    Wow! It HAS to be summer! The temperature hit the 90’s this past week, which even I, a simple bat, consider warm for everywhere, and especially for a place like Manistique, where temperatures  that high are the rare exception, rather than the rule! So, what can a bat do when it’s this hot? […]

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United Methodist Women – August 2016

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

  Camp Michigamme got a boost in its Mission of the Year campaign recently thanks to the efforts of Darlene Pruess and her kitchen crew. They hosted a after-church brunch on Sunday, July 24 and raised $600 for the cause. The purpose of this year’s Mission of the Year is to produce funds to perform […]

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Lay Leader Lines – August 2016

Monday, August 1st, 2016

Q: When I was  a child, the church I attended had potluck suppers once a month. In the summer we always had a church picnic in the picnic shelter at a local park. I really enjoyed them. Why can’t we do something like that? A: If enough people want to have potluck suppers on a […]

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