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Are you ready to pick a paper angel?
Members of the Angel Tree Committee will be in the Narthex next Sunday, July 27, to pass out paper angel gift tags. Each tag lists a backpack that an Angel Tree youngster will need to start school. As many of you know, Angel Tree is a program that ministers to children and families of the incarcerated population. The backpack you purchase may be left in the Bear Creek UMC Office July 28-August 1 or in the Narthex
on Sunday, August 3.
The Angel Tree Committee will fill backpacks with specific supplies
requested by each child’s school. Monetary donations to help with this expense are greatly appreciated. Checks can be made payable to BCUMC with “Angel Tree” in the memo line and placed in the offering plate or taken to the church office. As always, your help is greatly appreciated.
If you wish to become a part of our church’s Angel Tree Committee and help with this very rewarding outreach, please contact Betsy Ayers at email@example.com.
Director sought for KidsRock
The Bear Creek UMC Music and Children’s Ministries are seeking a director for our KidsRock children’s choir to start in the fall. The choir is composed of children aged pre-kindergarten through 5th grade.
The group meets on Sunday afternoons for one hour, and the choir sings once a month during either the traditional or contemporary service. The children may also present Christmas and Easter musicals at the director’s discretion.
The KidsRock Director is supported by an accompanist, children’s director, and the parents of KidsRock singers.
BIG NEWS ABOUT VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Bear Creek UMC will offer a free Vacation Bible School August 4-7 to our church families and community! The theme, which emphasizes God’s unconditional love, is “Weird Animals.” Any and all financial assistance is appreciated. An abundance of helpers are also needed.
To make a donation, offer your service, and/or obtain more information, please contact VBS Coordinator Cheryl Cupples at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would you like to work with a troubled teen?
Houston reVision needs volunteers to mentor teenage boys who are incarcerated in the West Harris County Leadership Academy at FM 529 and Katy Hockley Road. You are invited to a training and orientation meeting, sponsored by Houston Northwest Community Center, Inc., Tuesday, July 22 at 7:00pm in Asbury 2.
A 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, reVision has created a unique and effective partnership between church members and the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department. In fact, several members of Bear Creek UMC are already involved in the mentoring process.
If you are interested or need more details, contact Harry Thomson at 281-858-8488 or at email@example.com.
God created men to be leaders. Some men are leaders in their community, organization, corporation and/or nation. Yet, all men were meant to be leaders of their families. As leaders, God commands us to "Obey My Commands and follow My Ways." King Solomon, in all his wisdom, concluded in Ecclesiastes to "Fear God and follow His Commands." Do you know God's commands well enough to follow them?
Join the United Methodist Men on Sundays, July 27 through September 14, at 5:00pm in Hope 2 for an in-depth understanding of God's commands: The Ten Commandments. Bring your Bibles!
To sign up, please contact Russell Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281.304.1718.
United Methodist Men’s “Last Monday” Dinner
Are you a first-time guest? Claim your keepsake!
If you are visiting Bear Creek United Methodist Church for the first time, please stop by the Welcome Center in the Courtyard after the service to receive a reusable grocery bag which contains a ceramic mug and other goodies.
Additional mugs are available for $5 each and shopping bags are $3 each at the Welcome Center. Proceeds from both items allow Bear Creek UMC to give mugs and shopping bags to our first-time guests.
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