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What's coming up at
St. Andrew's UMC . . .
Wednesday Night Meals - 5:45 p.m.
in the Family Life Center (Rm. #23). Reservations are requested. Please sign up in the Narthex and in the Family Life Center. Please see the menu list below for October.
Mary Lou Owens Award 2016
Nominations are due by
October 30th. Forms and Drop-off box in the Narthex and in the Family Life Center.
Or sign up online here.
Fall 2016 Book Studies
The Life of Paul
Tuesday in the Commons Room
(Room #1) - 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Now Thru November 8th
Facilitated by Kevin Ward.
Have Christians become what Jesus came to stop us from being?
Join us in Pastor Dan’s Study in Room #20 on Wednesdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Now thru May 2017
This is the question author Morgan Guyton puts to the reader of his book, How Jesus Saves the World from Us: 12 Antidotes to Toxic Christianity. Guyton identifies 12 toxic Christian attitudes such as disingenuous posturing, ideological certitude, and pursuit of celebrity. In counterpoint, he offers 12 directions in which Christians need to go in order to head deeper into the Kingdom of God, such as mercy not sacrifice, worship not performance, and communion not correctness. Pastor Dan will lead the discussion in such a way that one need not have read the book, but it will help.
in Room 29
Wednesdays: 6:30-7:30 p.m.
thru Oct. 12th
This group is for folks that are not ready to commit to long-term studies or folks that find it difficult to participate in long-term studies due to work schedules. This five-week class will begin September 14th and will be based on Adam Hamilton’s book “Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White”. Facilitated by our members Dave and Susan Johnson, this study will have a DVD time and a discussion time in the class. All are welcome.
Helping the Community
Join us Saturday, Oct. 1st, to help clean up our neighborhood on Archdale Drive. Litter pickup starts at 8:30 a.m. See you there!
Volunteer with Heart Math Tutoring . . . Charlotte’s high-poverty schools and students need the community’s help, and volunteering with Heart Math Tutoring is a fun, effective way to make a difference in only 30 minutes or 1 hour per week. With the support of an on-site coordinator, volunteers use an easy-to-follow, proven curriculum featuring hands-on activities and games. Tutors work one-on-one with a student who is below grade level in elementary math. St. Andrew's UMC had 7 Heart tutors at Montclaire Elementary last year and we are excited to grow that number to support more students!
Sign up to volunteer at www.hearttutoring.org/become-a-volunteer/!
1901 Archdale Drive • Charlotte, NC 28210