HUMC Weekly News - March 5, 2020
14005 Stumptown Rd.
Huntersville, NC 28078
(704) 875-1156
God calls us to open the door, make room at the table, and create spaces
to foster lasting relationships with Jesus Christ.
This Sunday, March 8
John 3:1-17
"Don't Forget Verse 17" by Paul B. Thompson
10:30 Worship Service Preview
This is the song line-up for this week. Click on the links for a preview.

Daylight Saving Time begins this Sunday! If you still have an old-fashioned alarm clock, make sure you set it ahead one hour on Saturday night before you go to bed, or you will be late for church!
On the Calendar:
  • Friday, March 13, 7:00 p.m. - HUMC Movie Night at Regal Birkdale. We will be seeing "I Still Believe." Click HERE to reserve your spot. The cost is $10.
  • Sunday, March 15, 9:00 a.m. - NOON - The Huntersville United Methodist Women are hosting a Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser to benefit the Bahamas Mission Trip. The menu: regular and gluten-free pancakes, sausage, fresh fruit, and beverages. Love offerings will be accepted.
Friday, March 13, 7:00 @ Regal Birkdale
For more info about our Keenagers, click HERE .
Keenagers
This month's meeting is our annual Corned Beef and Cabbage lunch in celebration of St. Patrick's Day. Please bring a covered dish to complement our entree.

Our guest speaker is Curtis English from Aldersgate Retirement Community. He will speak to the group about all that is offered at Aldersgate.
Reservations are necessary for this event. Call Christine Hollister at 704-776-3483 by Monday, March 16th to RSVP.
Check it out!
A special Thank You goes out to Mona Kita. She designed and built a new donation center for our various missions. There is a bin for "Not Here" and "Food Pantry." The third bin will rotate as needed. Right now, for example, the first bin on the left is designated for donations for Olde Knox Commons. More information for this mission can be found below in our "Serving the Community" section.
Lost and Found
It is time to do some "Spring Cleaning." Our "Lost and Found" bin is overflowing. Please stop by the Work Room, located on the Staff hallway, to see if any of these items belong to you. At the end of the month, any unclaimed items will be donated.
Serving the Community
Our Food Pantry is in need of the following canned foods:  turnips, mixed greens, cabbage, sliced beets and black-eyed peas. We also need Bibles. We have a shelf full of books, but no Bibles. Our clients often ask for them. If you have extra Bibles, please consider donating them to the Food Pantry.
Olde Knox Commons
Natalya Stracener is working with Olde Knox Commons for her 8th IB project for JMA Middle School. Natalya will be making Care Packages for the over 120 residents and is in need of donations. Please see the list of items. She will be collecting for the next two weeks and would greatly appreciate any donations. 

You may drop items in the Missions Corner donation center in the front lobby. There is also a bin located at the Education Entrance.
Don't forget to bring us your old, broken crayons for The Crayon Initiative. Bins are located at both entrances. For more information visit:

Save the Dates
Did you know you can watch our 10:30 service "live" on Facebook on Sunday? Be sure to "Like" our Facebook Page and tell your friends!