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Men’s Club – Monday October 5, 2015

Monday October 5 at 06:00 pm is the next meeting.  All men (even women) invited. Louis Burlo will share pictures of the Peterson Boat Builders Co. that built many Navy ships until the late 1990’s Dinner Cost is $8:00 Fun – Food – Fellowship – Interesting Programs Men’s Club Activities Lumberjack – Supper: January 27, 2016 Sponsors Church Boy Scout Troop 1022…

Methodist Women’s News

Deborah Circle will not meet in October due to the “Apple Bazzar”.  The next book to be read for our November 10 meeting will be “Help, Thanks, Wow”, by Anne Lamott.  The library has several copies. Sarah Circle will meet October 8 at 01:00 pm at the home of EllenLooker.  Her address is 252 Thorn Street, Apt. 252.  Park near the mail…

Adult Forum in October

The Adult forum will continue to study “The Story”  through October 18.  On October 25 we will have a presentation by Dick Campbell, a local Door County resident who has worked extensively with the Hmong community in northeast Wisconsin.    We meet each Sunday morning at 09:15 AM in the Lounge.  Grab a cup of coffee and some treats from Café Joy and join…

Help Needed – Drivers

Too many people no longer have the capability to easily come to church on Sunday.  We have been looking at ways in which we can address that need.  The importance of that need can only fully be appreciated by those who have it. We have a potential possibility to offer safe, convenient, and affordable transportation for many of these people.  To make…

Missions – Sturgeon Bay UMC

Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church is “MissionMinded”, that is we are strong believers in missions.  We have monthly mission projects to learn about, to pray for and to support with our money gifts.  We have additional mission offerings during the year that the national UMC traditionally supports.  We also encourage individuals and groups of the church folk to volunteer in “mission” with…

September 2015 Mission – Paul Webster

September 2015 Mission – Paul Webster Missionary Ten years ago, the Lunda people was a hunter-gatherer tribe in Zambia. The sustainability of their life style became impossible. Infant mortality approached 50%. Life expectancy was 35. There was hunger. Chief Kayama of the tribe took the initiative and invited the United Methodist Church to send an agricultural missionary. He offered 1000 hectares of…