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First Methodist's Weekly Newsletter

by Shelby Meeks
First Methodist's Weekly Newsletter

Love Above All
Love Above All is a group designed to give individuals with cancer a place to come and share their struggles as well as get support from each other in a safe, loving, and Christian environment. The purpose is to have opportunities to express themselves with people who understand their pain and struggles and focus on the blessings of each day as they go through the journey of their battle. Activities will be used each meeting that will guide the participants in a discussion. For more information, contact Katie Bonner.

Guys Night Out
6:30PM • JUNE 1 • ATRIUM
Pastor David would like to invite all the men in our church for the third gathering of Guys Night Out on Friday, June 1st. It will be a night full of all things that guys love, none of which will get you in trouble with your wife or your mom. You will get the chance to hear from Gil Stricklin, Founder of Marketplace Ministries. $20 will buy you dinner and put your name in the hat for great giveaways. For more information, visit our website or email Pastor David.

VBC Volunteer Training
5:30PM • JUNE 6 • GYM
Vacation Bible Camp is just around the corner! Have you signed up to volunteer? If so, we hope you’ll make plans to come to an important training on Wednesday, June 6th at 5:30 pm. We are looking forward to serving together to the hundreds of children descending onto our campus for a week full of fun and learning! Email Donnette with any questions!

Boomers at the Rangers
"Take me out to the ball game..." Boomers are going to watch the Rangers take on the Astros at 2:05pm on Sunday, June 10th. The church bus will take up to 28 fans at 12:30pm, or drive yourself and meet at the game! Seats will be in the mostly shaded lower reserved area. Register here or contact Erica Uplinger.

Glen Lake Summer Camp
Glen Lake camp is a very exciting opportunity for campers to experience the beautiful Texas hills while staying comfortable in our many cabins, lodges, and education facilities. Their faith-based summer camp welcomes children, students, volunteers, and their families from all over the nation to experience God in fun-filled adventures and a journey creating disciples of Christ for the transformation of the world! For more information and to register, visit the website.

United Mission Week
Interested in working with with our youth and serving our community? Join us for fun, love and service at United Mission Week, July 15th-19th. Student registration is on pace to hit record highs so we need adults now more than ever. Registration ends June 3rd, so don't delay! Register online. If you have any questions about Mission Week, contact Andrew Hudson.