10/19 - Kids' Sunday School Kick-Off
10/20 - UMM Bake Sale and Fish Fry
Oct. 13-16 - Evelyn Laycock Bible Study at Epworth by the Sea
Nov. 14-16 - Encounter 2014 - Youth Retreat at Epworth by the Sea
Sunday, September 28 2014 06:53
The flowers in the sanctuary today are dedicated to the glory of God and given in memory of Hilda Paulk by Laurie, Maci, and Jolee Paulk.
10:00 am Sunday School
11:00 am Worship Service
7:00 am Prayer Breakfast
7:00 pm Choir Practice
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Today -- volunteer needed
October 5 -- Indira Dix
October 12 -- Bridget Walters
October 19 -- Holly Conner
October 26 -- volunteer needed
Sunday School Kick-Off
Sunday -- October 19
Kids of all Ages
Be here for breakfast at 10:00 and find out
about our new Sunday School Group!!
Be sure your Mom has it on her
calendar so you don’t miss it!!
UMM BAKE SALE
Monday - October 20
Coming Soon to Epworth by the Sea:
Evelyn Laycock Bible Study
“Seedtime & Harvest: Growing in the Spirit”
Encounter 2014: Change Agent
Weekend Retreat for 6-12 Graders
Registration forms available in the church office for both events.
A family in need has called the church to ask for assistance --
looking for hand-me-down clothes -
Girls size 4T- 5T
Boys size 3T - 4T
Shoes for each - size 11/12
Scripture for Sunday, October 5: Matthew 2:33-46
Sunday, September 28 2014 06:46
Not long ago hospitality belonged to everyone, not just professionals. Southerners thought hospitality so important, it became part of our identity. Still practiced in some places, hospitality exists for the most part as an industry.
Perhaps necessity plays some part in its history.
In our recent past, say the last 100 years, we've moved from an agrarian, mostly rural, culture to an industrial society. People left the farms to make a home in cities, small and large. During the infancy of this movement, hospitality from individuals played an important and necessary role. Those with jobs and homes established in "town" would often recognize the newcomer, invite them into their homes, and help them land a job. If the stranger worked hard, saved their money, did their share around their hosts home, then they could establish themselves and bring their families to this new life.
In those days the luxury of hotel stays and restaurant meals didn't much fit in the middle class economy.
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