We have an opening for the position of Youth Director.

The mission of the Stanwood United Methodist Church is to love and honor God by committing our lives to Jesus Christ and inviting others to this commitment.

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Highlights for the week of October 26th

Sunday, October 26, 2014:
Sermon Title: A New Vision for the People
Scripture: Deuteronomy 34:1-12
Worship Focus: Moses looked to the promise land from on top of Nebo. The trip from Egypt was almost over and the future of his people was in view. We may not physically climb Mount Nebo, the top of Pisgah, to see all that this church can and will accomplish. We can trust God with our time, our work, our effort, our money, our sweat, and even our pain. We give this ministry away for the blessing of others. We trust that God will use us and work through us.

Kristen Ellinger
Please be sure to attend coffee time Sunday, October 26, as we honor Kristen, our outgoing Youth Director. We want to thank her for her 3 years as Youth Director and wish her well in future endeavors.

Tuesday Afternoon Bible Study

Beginning Tuesday, October 28, there will be a new curriculum titled “Covenant.” The purpose of the study is to engage participants in conversations about the Biblical concept of the unique and special covenant between God and God’s fruitful people by studying the Bible together and applying the Bible to their personal story.

Three eight-week modules, each dealing with a different aspect of what covenant means: Creating, Living and Trusting. Daily study and a weekly class session. Covers nearly all the books of the Bible. A good study for both those with limited experience with in-depth Bible study and those with extensive experience. Classes are Tuesdays at 1:00 in the Blue Room with Barbara Dadd Shaffer leading.

Save the date! Our delicious and much-anticipated turkey luncheon will be Thursday, November 20th starting at 11:30AM. Tickets will be on sale soon; cost is $10. You won’t want to miss this special day!

Mental Illness
The stigma of mental illness is still prevalent in our culture. Can we talk about it in the church? How do we welcome and include those who have mental illness?

Relevant questions, considering current events. Get answer at our next forum on Sunday, November 16, directly following the second service (noon). A light lunch will be provided. All are welcome. Please invite others who may be interested.

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