NO WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK
There will be no Wednesday Night Live activities -- including Kids' Bible Club, NewSound Choir, adult classes, yoga or dinner -- on March 6 due to Ash Wednesday.
UNITED METHODIST WOMEN - March 7 at 10:00 am
This meeting will be an "Update on United Methodist World Missions", presented by Doris Bowen, Norma Argo, and Jean Jones. Mark your calendars, and join us for this informative program in Room 241. We'll begin with a time of snacking and fellowship, followed by our program. Bring a friend!
MEMORY CAFÉ - Saturday, March 10 at 3:30pm
We will be celebrating The 7th Birthday of Memory Café and having an Irish sing-a-long with Carolyn Good! We'll also have a visit from Mickal who will be bringing live birds with her, some chair exercise (not yoga), and be playing a game. Memory Café is a place where persons affected with memory loss/Alzheimer’s and their care partners can connect for support and fellowship on the second Saturday of each month from 3:30 - 5:30 pm. Contact Patricia Whited at 228-3042.
READING OUR BIBLE TOGETHER AT ST. JOHN’S
What Must I Do to be Saved?
St. John’s daily email Bible study will tackle this age-old question beginning March 11. In Part 1, we’ll look at what the Bible says about whom God wants to save. “Reading Our Bible Together” originated in 2007 at St. John’s and is our largest continuing Bible study. A scripture passage and a brief study tip are distributed to most participants by email five days a week. We each read at a time and place of our own choosing. Answers to reader questions and other supplements occasionally come out on Saturdays. To receive daily study tips by email, write or call Regina Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 294-2877.
Save Wednesday, March 13, for a program presented by Dottie Moss, Chaplain at Hospice of New Mexico. Bring a dish to share and your own table service, and join us for our potluck at noon in Room 245, followed by our program. Adults of all ages are welcome.
STRESS BUSTING PROGRAM FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS.
Family Caregivers, FREE Classes and Support! Do you provide care for a loved one with a chronic illness? Program focuses on education, support, problem-solving skills, and stress management for family caregivers of people with a chronic illness. Ongoing, 9-week 90-minute, FREE classes. Next classes start March 26.
For more information, please contact: Director of the Program, Sharon Lewis, RN, PhD, FAAN at 830-377-1484, email@example.com or St. John’s members Linn Furnish, RN, Parish Nurse, at 505-884-6626, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Carol Dolan RN, MSN, at 505-235-6206, email@example.com.
CASA ESPERANZA DINNER - Monday, April 1
NO FOOLIN', St. John's needs volunteers and food donations to provide dinner to the families staying at Casa Esperanza during a difficult season in their lives. Please stop by the Hospitality Center and Abide Service to sign up, March 17 - 31. Thank you for your generosity. If you have questions, please contact Jenn Shields at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-450-9978.
MEN’S SPRING BIBLE STUDY: Proverbs & Ecclesiastes
The philosophy of Proverbs is basically, “Behave and all will be well.” The philosophy of Ecclesiastes is basically, “All is meaningless and the chasing after the wind.” Hmmm. What is scripture trying to tell us?! Reality may be more complicated than we like to think…
Come to the Men’s Spring Bible Study and dive into this quandary. We will meet on Mondays from April 1-May 6. 2019, at either 10 AM or 7 PM. Discussions are always lively especially comparing these two books.
Sign up in the Hospitality Center and pick up a reading list or contact teacher Jack Nuzum at email@example.com.