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Issue: 18125                          October 2, 2018
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  for the week of
October 7 - 13
and October 14 - 20    
October 7 - 13  
Zion UMC, East Prospect
Peckville UMC, Peckville
Hyner UMC, Hyner
Luther's Mills UMC, Luther's Mills
Stairville UMC, Wapwallopen
St. John's UMC, Grantville
Snow Shoe UMC, Snow Shoe
Wesley Chapel UMC, Breezewood
Immanuel UMC, Glen Rock
Whitneyville UMC, Whitneyville

Rev. Dr. Thomas Salsgiver - Gen. Conf. Delegate (Clergy)
Layne Miller - Gen. Conf. Delegate (Laity)
October 14 - 20      
Huntsville UMC, Shavertown
Big Spring UMC, Newville
Orrtanna UMC, Orrtanna
Faith UMC, Sunbury
Eagles Mere Community UMC, Eagles Mere
Lakemont UMC, Altoona
Messiah UMC, Shippensburg
Eatonville UMC, Tunkhannock
Calvary UMC, Berwick
Hollenback UMC, Wyalusing
Rev. Anna Layman Knox - Gen. Conf. Delegate (Clergy)
Anne Horton - Gen. Conf. Delegate (Laity)  
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This part-time position (20 hrs/week) is designed to help the congregation carry out its desire to grow intentional disciples within and to share the love of Christ without. This ministry includes:  developing intentional missions within and outside the local community, especially to local families; mentoring and educating leaders and encouraging each to develop his or her spiritual life and gifts in service to the church and community; developing discipleship opportunities such as small groups; developing and maintaining systems of intentional accountability for ministry teams and leaders. The DMD will work to provide all persons opportunities to grow in their relationship with God and respond to that relationship faithfully in the church and in the world as they respond to Jesus' call to "Follow me."

Newburg is a beautiful rural community in western Cumberland County, Harrisburg District, with less than a 15- minute drive to Shippensburg, 30 minutes to both Chambersburg and Carlisle, and borders York and Altoona Districts.

For a full ministry description, please contact
 the church office at 717-423-6623,   newburgumc@
Judi Herrold, Pastor

New Creation Community Church is hiring for the position of Christian Education/Children and Family Ministries Coordinator! The candidate will manage Safe Sanctuaries compliance, organize and staff current children's small groups, develop new ministries, and coordinate with community ministries, all according to the mission and vision of the church. This is a part time position of approximately 16 hours/week including Sunday worship. Salary negotiable.  
Candidates may submit their resume to New Creation Community Church, 3005 Emig Mill Road, Dover, PA 17315, fax to 717-779-0662 in care of Melanie Green, or email to .  
Linda Askey 
FOR SALE: 40 adult choir robes (various adult sizes, S - XL) and 1 matching acolyte robe (child size). The color is blue. Each has an unattached stole of the same color outlined in white. The stole is reversible to all white for accent or for special occasions. The openings of the sleeves are also outlined in white. The robes are approximately 16 years old and are in generally good condition, however some mending may be needed.

The robes are available for inspection by appointment in Enola, Pa.
Ken Wert

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