Coloma United Methodist Church
From the Congregational Care Team
Anyone who would like to have the pastor or a lay person visit before a surgery or during a hospitalization please contact the office so that we are aware of your wishes and the expected date and time. Office manager Beth Kraiger will pass the information along to the appropriate person. Prayer chain requests may be made in the same way.
Please remember not to submit a name for the prayer chain without the person's approval.
Local Flood Relief!.
Through the 3rd week of April - We are gathering requested supplies to aid in flood relief in Berrien County. Stop by the church for a list of the requested items, or call the office here at 468-6062 and ask for Carole. Initial needs have been met, and the list consists of items still needed. Everything we collect will be carried down to the Berrien Springs UMC Free Store for distribution. Requested items are as follows:
Food items: Peanut Butter crackers Protein bars Juice packs Water bottles Ramen noodles (any flavor)
Items of Clothing: New underwear and socks for children, women, men. Women's Large T-shirts
Women's size 14 Jeans Men's 36 x 29 Jeans
Lrg-XL Men's long sleeved button shirts (does not have to be dress shirts though)
May 12, Saturday - District 7 Conference
Registration is now open for the District 7 Conference to be held Saturday, May 12th, from 9am to noon at Pathfinder UMC, 8740 S. Westnedge, Portage. Be there to celebrate the ministry of more thab 100 churches in the new District 7. This inspirational event includes worship with a message from DS Dwayne Bagley and Holy Communion followed by lunch.
Coming in mid-May to the parking lot of Coloma United Methodist Church - a Farmers' Market consisting of local Farmers! If you are a local Farmer and are interested in renting a space, please contact the church office during regular business hours or, use the Contact Us button at the top of this page.
Please note! Bible Study has moved to Tuesday nights at 7pm.
All are invited - Just show up!
APRIL 23, 1968: The United Methodist Church was officially formed with the unification of the Methodist Church and the Evangelical Brethren Church, along with the dissolution of the Central Jurisdiction, a segregated group of African American congregations.
We celebrate this anniversary throughout 2018, especially around Heritage Sunday on May 20.
Heather Hahn writes for UMNS: The year 1968 convulsed with assassinations, riots, war in Vietnam and student protests against that war. The Troubles revved up in Northern Ireland, and Soviet tanks rolled into Czechoslovakia. At a time when it seemed much of the world was violently splitting apart, a group of Wesleyan Christians peacefully and joyfully were coming together. …Amid a tumultuous year — just weeks after the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. — a new United Methodist Church was born.
There's a page for photos taken at celebrations and gatherings held over the past few months. And call the office if you have photos from church activities you like to see added! (Call 468-6062 or use the Contact Us button upper right of this page) Click here for instant access.
Videos courtesy of United Methodist Communications.
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