HUMC Weekly News - July 5, 2018
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14005 Stumptown Rd.
Huntersville, NC 28078
(704) 875-1156
This Sunday, July 8
Luke 15:11-24

Important Announcements:
  • Praxis (Youth) will not meet this Sunday
  • VBS is next week! Volunteers, please attend the training this Sunday
  • The Men's Breakfast and Bible Study will resume Tuesday, July 10
Children's Ministry Update
  • Safe Sanctuary and VBS Training - Sunday, July 8, 11:30 a.m.
  • Something Special Sunday - Sunday, July 15, 9:30 a.m.
For more information on everything happening in Children's Ministry, read the Children's Ministry Weekly Newsletter on our website.
Food Pantry Needs
  • Book Donations - We are now offering books for our clients. We are looking for "fun reads" to add to our bookshelf.
  • Plastic Bags! - We are running low on plastic shopping bags. Do you have some taking up space? We would gladly take them off your hands.
Church Work Day
Please mark August 18, 8:00 a.m. - Noon on your calendar. Join your church family as we spruce up our building and grounds before heading into the busy fall season. Watch for more details.
Notables - from Karen Terpenning, Director of Music Ministries
This fall, during our regular Sunday evening children’s programming, the MusiKids department will be implementing a new and exciting program for the children’s choirs.

We are incorporating a comprehensive children’s music curriculum called “Growing in Grace,” a curriculum in which all songs are carefully written to ensure they are developmentally appropriate for the child, both theologically and musically. The lessons include vocal techniques to help the student develop his or her natural singing skills, music theory to increase musical knowledge, and scriptural concepts ingrained in each song to encourage spiritual growth. Additional activities are used weekly to guide children in connecting music with worship.

The students will demonstrate their newfound skills with the use of rhythm instruments, keyboard and hand bells. There will be opportunities for Christ-centered presentations as well. 

What a privilege it is to have available, a place where our children will grow in God’s grace while becoming creative, hands-on musicians. This fall’s theme is called Fruit of the Spirit. Parents, we urge you to enroll your child at your earliest convenience, through Ms. Pam Hegedus or Ms. Karen Terpenning.

Pam Hegedus: 704-728-6234:
Karen Terpenning: 980-521-3926: