HUMC Weekly News - September 27, 2018
14005 Stumptown Rd.
Huntersville, NC 28078
(704) 875-1156
This, Sunday, September 30
Proverbs 20:6
John 15:12-17
"Healthy Friendships"
HUMC Technology Needs
We are in need of flat screen TVs and DVD players for our classrooms. Are you or someone you know getting ready to upgrade your flat screen TV? We would gladly take your current one. Thank you in advance for your consideration.
Children's Ministry Update
Trick-or-Treat: Faith Filled Event
All children and adults are invited to wear their costumes to church on Sunday, October 28. (Please no masks or weapons (i.e. swords, guns).   

During 9:30 Sunday School time, the children will decorate treat bags in the Fellowship Hall. Adults are  invited to decorate classroom doors and hand out nut-free, kid friendly treats. (Door decorations and treats provided by the adults.)
The trick or treating occurs from 10:00 am - 10:25 am. If you do not attend Sunday School and would like to participate, please reach out and we can assign you a door to decorate!  

Best decorated door wins “The Golden Pumpkin Award”, voted by the children!  

Email  pam@huntersvilleumc.org for more information

For more information on everything happening in Children's Ministry, read the Children's Ministry Weekly Newsletter on our website.
Nursery Caregiver Needed
Huntersville UMC Children’s Ministry is seeking a part-time nursery caregiver for Sunday mornings 8:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. and Sunday evenings 4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.  We are looking for someone who can create a safe and nurturing environment for children newborn to 4 years old. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, consent to a background check and be Safe Sanctuary trained. They must be able to show Christ-like love and patience. If you know of anyone who may be interested, please share this information. Email Dana Belcher with questions and applications/resumes.
Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry
The Food Pantry continues to serve those in our community who are in need of food assistance. Our volunteers meet and serve the individuals who come to us with a smile. They put in countless hours to make sure the pantry is clean and the shelves are stocked. We are grateful for the plastic bags you place in our bins as we go through stacks of them each week as we bag our clients' groceries. If you would like to donate food items to us, we need:  boxes of saltine crackers, canned peaches or pineapple, canned tuna or chicken breast, oatmeal or grits
We have done 29 mailings since May of 2016. This month's total was 12,874 coupons valued at $25,326. Our grand total is now 240,556 coupons with a face value of $461,009.  Thank you to everyone who drops coupons in the box located in the front lobby. A HUGE thank you to those of you who cut them before dropping them off. 
Not Here Ministry
Not Here Ministry would like to thank all of you in your continued support of this ministry. They are currently in need of: travel size shower gel, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, men's clothing

If you would like to know more about Not Here and/or get involved, please email Krista Sipe.
Fall Community Extravaganza Updates
  • Please think about your silent auction donation. Our silent auction items help make this event successful. Email Ann Kincer for more information.
  • We need bottled water and individually wrapped, nut-free candy for the children's activities. Please consider donating these items by October 15. Email Cindy Simpson for more information.
  • We need you! It takes a lot of volunteers to make this event successful. If you are interested, please email Libby Allison.
  • The next planning meeting is Tuesday, October 2 at 7:00 p.m.
Click on the image above for details about our Fall Community Extravaganza.
Seen around HUMC
Jonathan Peters, Boy Scoot Troop 72
We would like to say a special thank you to Jonathan Peters. He chose to do his Eagle Scout project here at HUMC. Jonathan landscaped the flower beds along preschool side of the church. He removed all the old plants and mulch and planted a variety of shrubs.
Jonathan planted azaleas, boxwoods, gardenias, mums and a dwarf Alberta by the preschool entrance that could be decorated at Christmas time. He also installed a little library box and filled it with children books. The children who are coming and going can pick out a book to take home. Jonathan added a bench in the fenced in play area for additional seating.
Joe Miller (Asst. Scoutmaster) Jonathan Peters, Clarke, Steve Harper (Scoutmaster)