College Heights United Methodist Church
Thursday, July 02, 2015
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Our Mission Statement

The College Heights United Methodist Family, led by the Holy Spirit:

  Gathers to celebrate and worship God;

  Scatters to serve in the name of Jesus;

 Grows disciples of Christ.
 

 
 
   
Praise Singers
 
Children's Choir
Coro de niños
 
Wednesday

5:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Choir Room
 
For toddlers through
6th graders
 
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      QUIZ

 
Test your knowledge on this
week's sermon: Holy Spirit

     Welcome to College Heights

      United Methodist Church!

     WORSHIP WITH US

A PLACE TO BE,

               TO BELONG,

               TO BELIEVE !

 

We are a Christ centered fellowship that strives to serve God.  We have deep roots in our community.  We are open to all persons from all stages, ages, and races.  We have a warm, friendly, and family atmosphere.  There is a place for you at College Heights.  COME JOIN US!

 Church Services    Sunday 10:30 A.M.    Sunday School 9 A.M.

Cultos En Espanol        Domingos 12:00 P.M.    Escuela Dominical 10:00 A.M.

 

 
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Rev. Elizabeth “Beth” Gardner

 
 
 
 
 
             
 

Covered Dish Dinner

Wednesday July 8

6 PM

Please bring a dish to pass and join us for Fellowship and Good Food

Youth will also be meeting on Wednesday evening

 
 

 

 

Angel Tree Dinner

Sunday July 26

12 PM  After Services


This Luncheon helps to raise funds

for the December Angel Tree. 

We give Christmas Gifts to approximately 120 children through our

Backpack Ministry and the local Guardian Ad Litem.


Please join us for a wonderful Christmas in July Luncheon.

 

 


 
Imagine No Malaria is an extraordinary undertaking by the United Methodist Church to end a global health crisis and to overcome death and poverty caused by malaria in sub-Saharan Africa.  Malaria is a preventable, treatable, and beatable disease that imposes economic and social burdens on the developing countries of the region where it needlessly claims more than one-half million people every year.  When the church began this effort, malaria was responsible for killing a person (most commonly, children under the age of five and pregnant women) in sub-Saharan African every 30 seconds.  Today the death toll is one person every 60 seconds.  But that is still too many!  You may go to www.imaginenomalaria.org to learn more.  Imagine No Malaria is saving lives!  
                                                                                            (From the 2014 UM Program Calendar)
 

 

 

 

We support the East Angola Mission - Quessua Mission School.
Revs. Leo and Cleivy Garcia are the pastors and directors of this mission.
At this time we are lifting up their needs to rebuild a boys' dorm.  You can help by contributing
a window, door, gallon of paint, lamp, or other supplies.  At the same time, you can honor
someone you love by sending this gift in his or her name.  If you would like to help, please contact the church 
office for directions and information (863-682-8191).  We were created to do God's work.  This is a great way to help.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Wednesday Night Dinner and Program Information

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  Celebrating 100 Years

 
It's about what you drink matching what you believe.  Jesus taught us, "As you do for the least of these, you do also for me."  We believe he really meant what he said, so College Heights UMC has decided to use and sell (at cost) Equal Exchange fairly traded products, so that we can put our values where we eat and drink!  Find the Equal Exchange coffee, tea, and cocoa display in the Fellowship Hall, and treat yourself and your friends to a delicious cup that stands for a living wage!

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

are held every Thursday in Success House on the
southwest corner of Success Avenue and Finney Street
at 6:30 p.m.
 

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

are held every Friday in Success House on the
southwest corner of Success Avenue and Finney Street
at 6:00 p.m.