UPCOMING EVENTS

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COMMUNITY DINNER

 

Join us for this time of connection and, hopefully, convenience—as we share the table together on Wednesday evenings.  Whether you are going to one of our Wednesday evening coursesTaizé Worshipchoir practice, or you just want someone else to do the cooking and cleaning, we hope to see you!

  

Each week, Chefs Colin Bryant and Kaitlin Workman will offer a “special” dinner plate at $10 for adults and $5 for children.  They will also offer the entire Mission Bell menu featuring both vegan and gluten-free options just in case you need to change things up.

 

Childcare is available by reservation.


FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT

 

Join us for Family Movie Night on Friday, September 30! We'll be watching Encanto in the Christian Life Center (CLC). This event is free and open to the public, with no registration required.

 

Dinner is available from Mission Bell. The full menu will be available along with two specials: the Fried Chicken Sandwich and the Chicken Strips with Macaroni Kid's Meal.

 

Feel free to bring your snacks, lawn chairs, cozy blankets, or anything to make you feel at home.

 

CLC doors open at 6 P.M. The movie will start at 6:30 P.M.

 

And please remember: We don't talk about Bruno.


PUMPKIN PATCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

 

The AHUMC Pumpkin Patch is almost here, and we need your help!

 

Unloading & Opening

 

Unloading is at 9 a.m. on Saturday, October 1 — no sign-up needed! Just stop by and help us set up for one of our biggest communal events of the season.

 

The patch officially opens at 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 1. As always, it’s free with no appointment required.

 

Patch Operation


To ensure that our patch is operational, we need volunteers to sign up for two-hour time slots for coverage through October 31. 

 

If you are interested in volunteering, Teena Larson will have sign-up sheets in the Atrium on Sundays in September. You can also contact Janet Weatherston to sign up.


PREPARING FOR ADVENT 

 

Prepare for Advent by walking the Road to Bethlehem together with Rev. Donna Strieb.  Using the book The Journey by Adam Hamilton, we will travel from Nazareth to Bethlehem in a fascinating look at the birth of Jesus the Christ. 

 

We will explore the historical information, archaeological data, and the stories surrounding the birth.  The birth narratives of Jesus will become more real and heart-felt as we walk along this road together.