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Volume 9, Issue 3 March 2016 FEBRUARY 17 - Common Ground 6 pm Studies/Activities 21

Volume 9, Issue 3

March 2016

FEBRUARY

17

- Common Ground 6 pm Studies/Activities

21

- Lent for Kids at 9:30 am in Room 201

Lenten Study at 5 pm in the Youth Center

MARCH

14-18 SPRING BREAK

20 - Palm Sunday

21-25 - Holy Week

Noon Services

Prayer Room

24

- Maundy Thursday Service at 6:00 pm FLC

25

- Good Friday Service at 6:00 pm - Sanctuary

27

- Easter Sunrise Service at 7:00 am - Oak Grove Cemetery

Easter Morning Breakfast at 7:45 am FLC

Easter Sunday Services at 8:45 am 10:45 am

Easter Egg Hunt at 9:45 am - FLC

Inside This Issue:

A Note from the Pastors

- page 2

Calendar - page 7 Community Holy Week Noon Services

- page 6 East/West District Camp -

- page 4

Palm Sunday/Holy Week/ Easter - pages 1 & 5-6 Prayer Concerns - page 8

Preschool Enrollment -

- page 4

Mission News - page 4 Spring/Summer Schedule

- page 3

First United Methodist Church

201 E. Hospital Street, Nacogdoches Texas 75961

NEWSLETTER
NEWSLETTER

WORSHIP/SUNDAY SCHOOL TIMES

8:45 am

Contemporary Worship Service

9:45 am

Sunday School

10:55 am

Traditional Worship Service

Church Office (936) 564-8308 Fax (936) 564-8582 Email: info@fumcnac.org Website: www.fumcnac.org

Office Hours: Mon-Thur: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; Fri: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm. Closed for lunch 12:00 -1:00 pm

PALM SUNDAY/HOLY WEEK/EASTER

Palm Sunday, March 20

Palm Sunday recalls Jesus' triumphal entrance into Jerusalem the week before his death. Jesus rode a donkey while people waved palm branches, laid their cloaks in his path, and shouted "Hosanna!" To re- member this event, both Worship Services on Sunday morning will include a processional with palms.

on Sunday morning will include a processional with palms. Holy Week Prayer Room Prayer Ministry will

Holy Week Prayer Room

include a processional with palms. Holy Week Prayer Room Prayer Ministry will offer an opportunity to

Prayer Ministry will offer an opportunity to jour- ney in prayer with Jesus during Holy Week. Begin- ning Monday, March 21 through Friday, March 25, a Prayer Room will be offered with a series of nine areas reflecting scripture of Christ's last days. The Prayer Room will be available from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday to Thursday and 8:30 am - 2:00 pm on Friday. Everyone is welcome. Come as your schedule permits.

For more information, please refer to the brochure, Holy Week Prayer Room, available in the hallway outside the Sanctuary.

This year Children’s Ministries is pleased to offer children a Prayer Room of their own. The Prayer Room will be open during Holy Week, the same hours as the adult Prayer

Room. Adults are invited to assist children through the Prayer Room stations located in the Godly Play Room (Room 212).

Room stations located in the Godly Play Room (Room 212). Community Holy Week Noon Services Sponsored

Community Holy Week Noon Services

Sponsored by Nacogdoches Ministerial Alliance 12:00 noon Worship in the Sanctuary featuring pastors and music leaders from churches throughout the community 12:30 pm Luncheon in the Family Life Center sponsored by churches throughout the Community. 12:30 pm Lunch - FLC

Donation $5.continued on pages 5-6

A Note From The Pastor As I write this month’s newsletter article it is a

A Note From The Pastor

As I write this month’s newsletter article it is a blustery morning at Lakeview for our

Elder’s Retreat. This is a great time of reflection, learning, and seeing friends. Our speaker is Dr. Jack Levison, Professor of Old Testament Interpretation and Biblical He- brew at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University. We’ve been talking about the importance of breathing in the presence of the Holy Sprit. It is very timely for

this Lenten season of introspection.

In Brennan Manning’s daily devotion book, Reflections for Ragamuffins, he writes that the meaning of Easter is more than hope beyond the grave, more than the infallible guarantee that the resurrection of Jesus Christ is our pledge. The Easter victory is about Christ action in our lives it means that the risen Christ is Lord of our lives right now. “Meaning he is God above all the gods of the unreal world out there – security, power, wealth, beauty, or whatever else makes false claims on our lives.”

What a wonderful way to celebrate the greatest holiday in the church. In the early church, every Sunday was a “little Easter” celebration. I hope your holy fasting this Len- ten season is going well and that you are preparing your heart for Easter. Special Holy Week services include Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday Communion, Good Friday Ser- vice and Easter services at 7:00, 8:45 am and 10:55 am on March 27.

Peace,

services at 7:00, 8:45 am and 10:55 am on March 27. Peace, A Note From The

A Note From The Associate Pastor

“ 17 I pray that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, will give you a spirit of wisdom and revelation that makes God known to you. 18 I pray that the eyes of your heart will have enough light to see what is the hope of God’s call, what is the richness of God’s glorious inheritance among believers, 19a and what is the overwhelming greatness of God’s power that is working among us believers.” ~ Ephesians 1:17-19a

Lent is a time of the year when many Christians choose to refocus their spiritual journey by taking on a new spiritual discipline. There are many disciplines to choose from, but one that I cannot recommend highly enough is the Instagram photo challenge hosted by Rethink Church. Now, it may sound a bit strange to be using social media as a spiritual discipline, but before you judge, hear me out.

Each year during the season of Lent, the fine people at rethinkchurch.org create a large list of words for the photo challenge. Those who wish to participate are asked to take a photo each day that represents that day’s word. The idea is that by looking for these words during our normal daily activities, we might be drawn to pay attention to the ways that God is at work in our presence. Further, by sharing them, the present work of God may be made known to others. Katie and I have participated in the challenge for the past few years, as one of our lenten disciplines, and we can attest to the effect it has had on the way we see our world.

If you enjoy taking pictures at all, I greatly encourage you to take a look at Rethink Church's photo challenge. If you would like more in-

Regardless of what you choose to do for the season of Lent, I hope that you are drawn into a deeper relationship with the God of our salvation. My prayer for each of us is that throughout these 40 days our eyes are opened to the incredible works of love that occur daily in our midst.

Blessings,

days our eyes are opened to the incredible works of love that occur daily in our

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FUMCNAC Spring/Summer Schedule

February

22

Preschool Registration for Church Members and Staff

24

Preschool Registration for Currently-Enrolled Students

29

Preschool Registration for Open to the Public

29 Preschool Registration for Open to the Public March 06 - United Methodist Women - Bake

March

06 - United Methodist Women - Bake Sale 09 - Newsletter Deadline 13-Daylight Saving Time Begins 13-18-Spring Break

20 - Palm Sunday

21-25 - Holy Week Noon Services and Luncheon 21-25 - Prayer Room in the Parlor 24-6:00 pm - Maundy Thursday Worship Service in the Family Life Center

25

- 6:00 pm - Good Friday Worship Service in the Sanctuary

27

- 7:00 am Easter Sunday Sunrise Service Oak Grove Cemetery 7:45 am Easter Breakfast - Family Life Center 8:00 am Flower Cross 8:45 am Contemporary Worship Service 9:45 am Easter Egg Hunt 10:55 am Traditional Worship Service

am Easter Egg Hunt 10:55 am Traditional Worship Service 03- Children’s Sunday 12-15- Preschool Week of

03-Children’s Sunday 12-15-Preschool Week of the Young Child 13-Newsletter Deadline 17-United Methodist Women Sunday

13- Newsletter Deadline 17- United Methodist Women Sunday 01- Confirmation Sunday 07- Wesley Foundation Benefit

01-Confirmation Sunday 07-Wesley Foundation Benefit Auction - FLC 11-Newletter Deadline 22-Graduation Sunday 22-28-Visiting College UMARMY 26-Preschool Closing Program at 9:00 am in the FLC 29-Jun 1-Texas Annual Conference

at 9:00 am in the FLC 29-Jun 1- Texas Annual Conference 06-11 - Habitat - Nac

06-11 - Habitat - Nac Blitz Build 08 - Newsletter Deadline 10-13 - Mission NAC 13-17 - East/West District Camp 27-Jul 1 - Vacation Bible School

East/West District Camp 27-Jul 1 - Vacation Bible School 04- 4th of July Ice Cream Social

04-4th of July Ice Cream Social at 7:30 pm Front Lawn 10-16-Youth to UMARMY 13 - Newsletter Deadline 23-26 - Jr High Youth Out - Big House Mission Trip 25-29 - Sr. High Beach Retreat

- Big House Mission Trip 25-29 - Sr. High Beach Retreat 1 0 - Newsletter Deadline

10 - Newsletter Deadline 12-13 - FUMCNAC Garage Sale

17

- Preschool Meet The Teacher

19

- Back-to-School Bash at 7:30 pm @ SFA Rec Center

21

- Youth Sunday

28

- Promotion Sunday/3rd Grade Bible Presentation

28 - Promotion Sunday/3rd Grade Bible Presentation 10 - Newsletter Deadlin e 25-30- Saga Brown Mission

10 - Newsletter Deadline 25-30-Saga Brown Mission Trip (UMCOR)

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EAST/WEST DISTRICT CAMP

EAST/WEST DISTRICT CAMP Camp Fees & Deadlines Early Bird Deadline - April 11 - Postmarked -

Camp Fees & Deadlines

Early Bird Deadline - April 11 - Postmarked - $275.00 Regular Deadline - April 25 - Postmarked - $300.00 Final Deadline - May 9 - Postmarked - $315.00 Counselor Fee - $260.00

Counselor Meetings:

May 24th @ 7:00 PM - FUMC, Lufkin May 26th @ 7:00 PM - FUMC, Bryan

Theme: "By Faith" Scripture: Hebrews 11

MISSION NEWS

Theme: "By Faith" Scripture: Hebrews 11 MISSION NEWS UMCOR Sager Brown Mission Trip September 25-30, 2016

UMCOR Sager Brown Mission Trip September 25-30, 2016

I have some exciting news for you! This year our church is going on a mission trip to Sager Brown in Baldwin, LA. Sager Brown is one of two depots that serve as the head- quarters for UMCOR’s relief-supply network. Each year over $4 million in supplies pass through the depot on its way around the world to assist in disaster relief efforts. Locally, Sager Brown is also involved in many food distribution and housing rehabilitation pro- jects, as they reach out to their community.

pro- jects, as they reach out to their community. On September 25-30th of this year, our

On September 25-30th of this year, our church will be taking

a group of 12 people to Baldwin, LA to work alongside the team at Sager Brown, and we

want you to be one of those 12! There is work to do for anyone of any age, skill-set, or ability;

the only requirement is a servant’s heart. So please save the date and consider joining us this September.

If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Rev. Trent Oliver at 936- 564-8308 or at trent.o@fumcnac.org.

PRESCHOOL

FUMC Preschool Registration for the Fall 2016-17

FUMC Preschool Registration for the Fall 2016-17 for children 12 months old (and walking) thru Pre-K

Open for Church Members and Staff Monday, February 22nd at 7:15 am in the church library Open currently enrolled students Wednesday, February 24th at 7:15 am in the church library. Open to the Public Monday, February 29th at 7:15 am in the church library.

Any questions - please contact Lisa Labosky at 936 560-4631 or lisa.l@fumcnac.org

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Palm Sunday/Holy Week/ Easter

Palm Sunday/Holy Week/ Easter Maundy Thursday Service March 24, 6:00 pm - Family Life Center Maundy

Maundy Thursday Service

March 24, 6:00 pm - Family Life Center

Maundy Thursday, or Holy Thursday, is the Thursday of Holy Week where we commemorate the institution of the Lord’s Supper, or Holy Communion. Maundy is from the Latin word for “command.” It reminds us of Jesus’ words in John 13:34, “A new commandment I give to you.” At this service we are reminded of Jesus and the disciples celebrating the Passover meal. Prior to the meal Jesus washes the feet of the disciples to remind them, and us, of our role as servants. This year our Maundy Thursday service will be held in the Family Life Center at 6:00 pm. We will meet around tables much like the Disciples did at that first Lord’s Supper. This is a family-friendly service where all ages are welcome. Our music will be led by members of the Contemporary Service Praise Team.

be led by members of the Contemporary Service Praise Team. 7:00 am Good Friday Service Friday,

7:00 am

Good Friday Service

Friday, March 25 at 6:00 pm in the Sanctuary

Good Friday is the day when we remember Jesus Christ’s death on the cross. This somber service is sometimes called A Service of Darkness, or Tenebrae Service. Tenebrae comes from the Latin word meaning darkness. Our service this year will center around the seven last words Jesus spoke from the cross. The service will be in the Sanctuary at 6:00 pm, and the Chancel Choir will lead our music as candles are extinguished after each song and scripture reading. During the service chil- dren are invited to Room 212 to experience the Children’s Prayer Room.

to Room 212 to experience the Children’s Prayer Room. Easter Sunday - March 27 Easter Sunrise

Easter Sunday - March 27

Easter Sunrise Service at Oak Grove Cemetery with

Rev. Trent Oliver (contingency - FUMC Chapel if it rains)

7:45 am

8:00 am

8:45 am

9:45 am

10:55 am Traditional Worship Service

Breakfast in the Family Life Center

Flower Cross - Front Lawn Contemporary Worship Service Sunday School and Easter Egg Celebration in the Family Life Center

School and Easter Egg Celebration in the Family Life Center Participate in our Annual Easter Cross

Participate in our Annual

Easter Cross of Flowers

You are invited to bring flowers from your yard to decorate the cross on the front lawn of the church between 8:00 am -1:00 pm. You are welcome to bring your camera and take pictures of your family with the cross.

Easter Egg Celebration

Sunday, March 27 at 9:45 am - FLC

Easter eggs have been a Christian tradition for hundreds of years. Children’s Ministries is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt for all chil- dren through the sixth grade. Babies and children 18 months and younger need to bring a dozen eggs filled with age-appropriate goodies and their Easter bas- kets. Children 19 months of age through sixth grade should bring a dozen treat-filled eggs in their baskets. Basket parking is available in the hallway just outside the Sanctuary.

eggs in their baskets. Basket parking is available in the hallway just outside the Sanctuary. Page

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Community Holy Week Noon Services By Nacogdoches Ministerial Alliance Monday, March 21 - Friday, March

Community Holy Week Noon Services

By Nacogdoches Ministerial Alliance Monday, March 21 - Friday, March 25, 2016

Featuring Pastors and Music Leaders from churches throughout the Community. Services at 12:00 noon in the Sanctuary of the First United Methodist Church, followed by a luncheon at 12:30 pm in the Family Life Center. Donation: $5.00 per plate.

pm in the Family Life Center. Donation: $5.00 per plate. † There will be a Holy

† There will be a Holy Week Prayer Room in the Parlor of the First United Methodist Church. All are invited to spend time in prayer any time throughout the week.

MONDAY, MARCH 21

Minister: Rev. Donald Lacey - Zion Hill First Baptist Church Liturgist: Rev. Lani Rousseau - Perritte Memorial United Methodist Church Song Leader: Rev. George Patterson - Austin Heights Baptist Church Organist/Pianist: Mary Cooper - Austin Heights Baptist Church Ushers: Sacred Heart Catholic Church Lunch by Sacred Heart Catholic Church Menu: Orange Chicken, Parsley Rice, Green Beans with onions, and Waldorf Salad (chopped apples, tossed walnuts and salad dressing) and Peach Cobbler

TUESDAY, MARCH 22

Minister: Rev. Tom Teekell Wesley Foundation Campus Ministry at SFA Liturgist: Rev. Steve Newton - Westminster Presbyterian Church Song Leader: Nita Hudson - Christ Episcopal Church Organist/Pianist: Ping-Ting Lan - Christ Episcopal Church Ushers: First United Methodist Church/Wesley Foundation Campus Ministry at SFA Lunch by First United Methodist Church Menu: Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Rolls, Green Beans and Pie

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23

Minister: Rev. Wanda Cuniff - Christ Episcopal Church Liturgist: Rev. Gary Giese Sacred Heart Catholic Church Song Leader: Miki Lynn - Austin Heights Baptist Church Organist/Pianist: Dr. James Pitts - Westminster Presbyterian Church Ushers: Perritte Memorial United Methodist Church Lunch by: Perritte Memorial United Methodist Church Menu: Chicken Spaghetti, Salad, Bread and Dessert

THURSDAY, MARCH 24

Minister: Dr. Curtis Barbarick North Street Church of Christ Liturgist: Rev. Sarah Carbajal - Austin Heights Baptist Church Song Leader: Frank Pratt Sacred Heart Catholic Church Organist/Pianist: Carole Deptula Fairview United Methodist Church Ushers: Westminster Presbyterian Church Lunch by: Westminster Presbyterian Church Menu: Baked Potato and Salad

FRIDAY, MARCH 25

Minister: Dr. Sharon Templeman Westminster Presbyterian Church Liturgist: Rev. Karen Cooper Health Horizons of East Texas Song Leader: Dr. Tod Fish First United Methodist Church Organist/Pianist: Dr. Andrew Parr – St. Mary’s Catholic Campus Ministry Ushers: Austin Heights Baptist Church Lunch by: Austin Heights Baptist Church Menu: Lasagna, Green Beans, Bread and Dessert

First United Methodist Church * 201 E. Hospital Street * Nacogdoches, TX 75961 * 936-564-8308 SB

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FUMCNAC CALENDAR

FEBRUARY

Lenten Bible Study at 5:00 pm - Youth Center

17

- Common Ground - Classes/Activities at 6:00 pm

Confirmation Class - Spring Break

21

- Lent for Kids at 9:30 am - Room 210

14-18 - SPRING BREAK

Disciple II Bible Study at 4 pm - Conf Room

20 - Lent for Kids at 9:30 am - Room 210

Lenten Bible Study at 5:00 pm - Youth Center

Confirmation Class at 6:30 pm - Room 208

22 - Preschool Registration Opens to Church Members

23 - Heart-to-Heart Chorus - rehearsal at 9 am - Choir Room

Performance at 10 am - Westward Trail

24 - Common Ground - Classes/Activities at 6:00 pm

Preschool Enrollment for Current Students

28 - Lent for Kids at 9:30 am - Room 210

Disciple II Bible Study at 4 pm - Conf Room

Lenten Bible Study at 5:00 pm - Youth Center

Confirmation Class at 6:30 pm - Room 208

29 - Preschool Enrollment Open to the Public

MARCH

02 - Common Ground - Classes/Activities at 6:00 pm

03 - Board of Trustees Meeting at 5:15 pm - Library

Missions Committee Meeting at 6:30 pm - Conf Room

06 - Lent for Kids at 9:30 am - Room 210

Disciple II Bible Study at 4 pm - Conf Room

Lenten Bible Study at 5:00 pm - Youth Center

Confirmation Class at 6:30 pm - Room 208

08 - Heart-to-Heart Chorus - rehearsal at 9 am - Choir Room

Performance at 10 am - Garrison Nursing Home

09 - Common Ground - Classes/Activities at 6:00 pm

Evangelism Committee Meeting at 4:00 pm - Library

13 - Lent for Kids at 9:30 am - Room 210

Disciple II Bible Study at 4 pm - Conf Room

Disciple II Bible Study at 4 pm - Conf Room

Lenten Bible Study - Youth Center

Confirmation Class at 6:30 pm - Room 208

Youth Center  Confirmation Class at 6:30 pm - Room 208 ROOM RESERVATIONS If you are

ROOM RESERVATIONS

If you are planning to reserve a room in the Church for a meeting, gathering, etc., a request can be made either by completing a Building Use Form that can be found in the Workroom or online www.fumcnac.org, scroll down to the bottom of the home page and click resources, church forms and then building use.

ACCESS ACS

To obtain an ACCESS ACS user ID, logon to www.fumcnac.org, click the ACCESS ACS link at the bottom of the page. For more information, kindly contact Sharon Bright at 936-564-8308 or email sharon.b@fumcnac.org.

Articles Due for Next Newsletter

The next Newsletter will be dated Friday, April 1, 2016. Articles for this issue should be emailed to sharon.b@fumcnac.org by 3:00 pm Wednesday, March 9 , 2016.

BULLETIN and E-News DEADLINE

Please email all information to sharon.b@fumcnac.org for our weekly Bulletin/E-News by 3:00 pm on Tuesdays.

for our weekly Bulletin/E-News by 3:00 pm on Tuesdays. Regularly-Scheduled Meetings Mondays: HRT Emmaus Reunion

Regularly-Scheduled Meetings

Mondays:

HRT Emmaus Reunion Group meets on Mondays at 5:15 pm - Barbara LaFour’s Girl Scout Troop 1406 meets on Mondays at 6:00 pm in the Scout Lodge Tuesdays:

Heart-to-Heart Chorus at 9:00 am in the Choir Room and performances at Nursing Homes at 10:00 am (2nd & 4th Tuesdays) Girl Scout Troop 1016 meets every other Tuesday at 5:30 pm in the Scout Lodge Celebrate Service Rehearsal at 7:00 pm in the Sanctuary Wednesdays:

Christian Writers’ Fellowship at 5:45 pm YoWe (Youth on Wednesday Evenings) at 5:30 pm-Jr. High Ignite; 6:30 pm Sr. High Ignite - Youth Center Bell Choir Rehearsal at 6:00 pm in Room 207

Chancel Choir Rehearsal at 7:00 pm in the Choir Room. Thursdays:

Grace Emmaus Reunion Group meeting at 8:30 am in the Library Sundays:

Youth Praise Band practice at 4:30 pm in the Youth Lounge Cub Scouts meets at 5:00 pm in the Scout Lodge Youth on Sunday Night 5:30-Youth Open Gym; 6:30 pm-Youth Snack Supper; 7:00 pm-Youth Bible Study

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Our Staff

DR. JEFF McDONALD Senior Pastor jeff.m@fumcnac.org REV. TRENT OLIVER Associate Pastor trent.o@fumcnac.org JEFF CAMPBELL Director of Youth Ministry jeff.c@fumcnac.org ELSA JORDAN Director of Children’s Ministry elsa.j@fumcnac.org LISA LABOSKY Director of Preschool lisa.l@fumcnac.org DR. TOD FISH Director of Music Ministry tod.f@fumcnac.org DR. GARY WURTZ Celebrate Worship Leader gary.w@fumcnac.org DR. ANDY PARR Organist andy.p@fumcnac.org SHARON BRIGHT Office Manager sharon.b@fumcnac.org KATHY THOMAS Financial Secretary kathy.t@fumcnac.org JIM JENKINS Building Manager jim.j@fumcnac.org

KATHY THOMAS Financial Secretary kathy.t@fumcnac.org JIM JENKINS Building Manager jim.j@fumcnac.org

PRAYER CONCERNSUPDATED, Monday, February 15, 2016 (9 am) For a more up-to-date Prayer List, kindly contact our Church Office564-8308.

Kevin Fike, Willie (requested by Debra Bankston), Richie (Audry Quick’s grandson), William King Shaw, Arlen Jeffery, Liza Yarbrough, David Standly, Brent Slaton, A. L. Mangham, Dianne House, Charles Warlick, Sara Kopri, Sharon & Charles Gardener (Sue & Doug Law’s cousin), Katrina Loftin, Frank Richardson, Collin Chan- dler (Jack and Ashley Chandler’s son), Frank Richardson, Donald Stricklen (Donna Johnson’s father), Ray- mond Kieffer, Betty Wood, Martin Houser, Jim Simmons (Charlie Simmons’ brother), Wesley Sowell (John & Gale White’s daughter-in-law’s father), Daniel Smith (requested by Gale White), Laurie Russell (Ann Wilson’s niece), Barbara Collier, “Holland”, Lisa Wrench, Helen Grout, Charla Dumas (Karen Jenlink’s daughter), Louis (Len) Neff (Dawn Rigsby’s cousin), Dick Voigtel, Hunter LaGrone (requested by Charles Reynolds), Cindy German (Anne Petit’s daughter), Jean Smith (Cindy Himes’ mother), Becky Taylor, Dottie Clagett, Pat LaRue, Melanie Kieffer (requested by Patrick Rovers Houser), Jeff Thomas (Carla Coffee’s cousin), Samantha Hein (Sue Law’s great-niece), Bobbie Williams (requested by Betty Lewis), Kirk Watson (Kelly Young’s brother), Randy Hauck (requested by Hank & Suzy Crouse), Charlotte Carey (Brad Maule’s sister), Sunne Schotke (Brad Maule’s niece), Bubba Hughes (requested by Al Smith), Huntley Stephenson (requested by Al Smith), Pat Rayne, Jarrell Grout, Steven Russell (Lynn Teague’s brother), Mike Rogers (requested by Allen Anthony), Annette Martin, Ruth (Marie) Baker, Ann Wilson, Campbell Cox, Rudy Washburn, Jenny Scott (Kay Jeffrey’s daughter), Jonathan Wolfe (Gale White’s son), Stephanie Bentz (Cathy Johnson’s daughter), Rosemary Moffatt, McKenzie Hanlon (requested by Colleen Abernathy), Dave Collun (Sheila Smith’s cousin), Arin Lee, Leah Dorsey (Leon Dorsey’s daughter), Roy Laprarie (Al Smith’s brother-in-law), Cecilia Andis (Jerry Andis’ sister), Peggy Cox, Dianne House, Sue Whatley, Daniel Coolidge, Kate Maloy, Joe Butters, Debbie Sellman (friend of Jo Taylor), Jack Macris (Sharon Scifres’ brother).

Our Hearts Go Out To

The family of Charles Dauphine on his passing The family of David Lymbery on his passing

Military Personnel in Combat Zone Jack Duffin, Jake Trotter, Westen Kuenstler, Wesley Floyd

Names will remain on a published prayer team list for 90 days. The prayer team appreciates current updates on requests. Please email your requests and updates to info@fumcnac.org If you know of a member of FUMC who is in the hospital or who will be having surgery, kindly contact the Church Office - 564-

8308. EMERGENCIES, call 936-585-2294.

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