ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR April 21, 2019
Welcome to St. Matthews By-the-Sea. It is our hope that during our time of worship you will experience the presence of the risen Christ. As a courtesy to other worshippers, please check now to make sure that your cell phones are turned off. Thank you.
Upper Room devotionals for May/June are available to you at no charge in the narthex. Start or end your day with the inspiring testimonies found in the Upper Room.
The Prayer Group invites all who believe in the power of prayer to join them in the Baker Parlor every Monday at 9am for an hour of praise and supplication. What a great way to begin the work week. Add your prayers to those of our Prayer Group.
The Monday morning Bible Study concluded its study of the book of Acts last week and thus will not meet tomorrow. However, it will start its study of the book of Romans on Monday, April 29 at 10:15am in the Meeting Room. Al you need to bring is your Bible.
The Quilters will gather in the social hall tomorrow at 10am to continue their beautiful ministry. No experience necessary. They'll teach you. Bring a covered dish for the noon lunch break.
The Crafts Group meets on Tuesdays at 9am in Clendaniel Hall in order to create items for the May Yard Sale. Here's a perfect outlet for your creativity. Be a part of our "merry crafters".
The Quilters will meet on Monday, April 29 at 10am in Clendaniel Hall to continue their beautiful ministry. Most of the quilts find their way into hands of patients at the Tunnell Cancer Center where they impart both warmth and hope. Even if you can only tie a knot, the Quilters can use you.
The year's first meeting of the newly constituted United Methodist Men will take place on Saturday morning, May 4 at 7:30am in Clendaniel Hall. Breakfast will be served! All the men of the church are urged to get up early and lend your presence as the UMM launches out in a new direction of misty and service.
It's been three years since the last church pictorial directory, and it's time to start thinking about producing a new one this fall. Contact Rev. Miller if you would like to be a part of this project.