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4.28.24 Worship Info



Worship Times

9 a.m. Modern Worship Service

10:45 a.m. Traditional Service


Both Services are live-streamed. To find our live stream go to (www.linktr.ee/castlerockfumc ) and click on either the YouTube or Facebook option.


Liturgical Sunday: 5th Sunday of Easter

Liturgical Color: White

Sermon Title: Growing with Love

Scripture Reading: Galatians 5:22-25

Preaching: Rev. Matt Franks


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Daily Scripture Readings

Monday: Acts 8:26-40

Tuesday: Psalm 22:25-31

Wednesday: 1 John 4:7-21

Thursday: John 15:1-8

 

Quote & Prayer of the Week

"The only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found how to serve."  Albert Schweitzer

 

As I go about my day, please give me eyes to see the lonely, the hurting, and the marginalized. Help me to reach out to them in love and show them that they are not forgotten. Remind me that every act of service, no matter how small, can make a big difference in someone’s life. Whether it’s lending a hand to a neighbor or volunteering at a local charity, please help me to be a channel of your love and grace to those around me.

Please give me eyes to see the lonely, the hurting, and the marginalized. Help me to reach out to them in love and show them that they are not forgotten. May my words and actions reflect your love and grace, and may I always seek to bring glory to your name. In Jesus’ name, Amen.


Loving God we lift up to you…

The United Methodist Church

Mountain Sky Annual Conference

Our Pastors and Staff

Little Blessings Families

Conflict in the Middle East

Jan and Bud Richter

Kathy Spackman neighbor of Julie and George Curran

Sid Jordan, brother-in-law to Julie Bailey

Leona and Garrett Mathes, sister and brother-in-law to Chuck Bailey

Tom Johnson

Velva Baines

Karen Graff

Phil and Maxine Ferguson

Gregg Tomberlin Brother in-law of Diane Meeks

Connie Williams, mother of Chris Sorah mother in-law of Kari Sorah

Connie Berry, cousin of Denny Pottenger

Anne Shuman

Shelly Heredia, sister of Kim Martin.

Veronica Butler, Cousin of Karen Oliver

Dwain Butler, Brother of Karen Oliver

Doug Conrad Friend of Gayle and Ken Kindt

Family of Jay Weiss

The Family of Cynthia Johnson




Other Important Dates

April 28: Commitment Sunday

May 3-5: Women’s Retreat

May 5: Prison Backpack Ministry Concludes

May 13: Sesquicentennial Steering Committee Meeting, 5:30, church library

May 19: Graduating Seniors Recognized

May 26th Summer Worship Times Begin: 8:30 a.m. Outdoor Chapel, 10 a.m. Modern Service

June 2nd-9th  Youth Mission Trip to Puerto Rico

June 22: All-church Service Project for Help and Hope Food Pantry, 9-3 pm

June 29th Lois Burgener’s Celebration of Life a 11 a.m. 

July 7: Sesquicentennial “Old Time Ice Cream Social”; 11 am lunch with ice cream, games and other activities following

August 25, 2024: Sesquicentennial Special Worship Service celebrating FUMC 150th Year in Castle Rock

 

Keep up with the 150th events here: https://www.fumccr.org/150thcelebration 


Tuesday Morning Bible Study will begin a 10-week study of the book of Romans on April 16, meeting from 9:30 - 11 am in the church library.

 

Contemporary Bible Study Group:

Next Book: Amy-Jill Levine’s The Gospel of Mark: A Beginners Guide to the Good News gathers.

In-person on Mondays from April 15, 2024 to May 20, 2024; 6:30PM to 8:30;

Zoom Sessions meet on Fridays from April 19, 2024  to May 24, 2024; 6:30PM to 8:30PM


Save this Date: Saturday, June 22, 2024  for a special church-wide community service project. As part of our 150th Celebration Year, we will be needing volunteers to give their time and energy to food collection at King Soopers to benefit the food pantry at Help and Hope.


Teeshirt Orders: Did you miss out? Please contact Joyce Morales-Caramella (joycemorales@aol.com) to place an order or purchase one she has available.  These shirts will be an asset as we meet the public during the June 22 service project for Help and Hope and for distributing water bottles during the Fair Parade in August.


Print Copies of the Church Newsletter. If you would like a print copy of the monthly newsletter reserved for you, please let Julie Bailey (juliesings@gmail.com) know so you can be added to the list. These copies will have your name on them and be available for pick-up in the church office. A few more will be available for our guests at the Welcome Center. 

 

Prison Backpack Ministry                                                       

On Sunday, April 14th, there will be an opportunity for our Church family to participate in our backpack ministry program.  

Please stop by the table in the narthex and choose a card listing an item or items to be purchased or give a cash donation for the purchase of the backpacks and/or the needed supplies and toiletries.  

The supplies for the backpacks need to be returned to the Church by Sunday, May 5th.

 

Paul's Mystery Ship

The Church has done a great job of supporting Paul’s Mystery Ship over the past years. Here are some events to take note of. 

·       "Charity of the Month of April" @ 105 W. Brewing Company

·       Picklepalooza Rally Against ALS: Pickleball Tournament Sat., June 8th from 7-1 p.m.

·       September 22, 2024 @ 1:30 p.m. Walk starts/Ends @ 105 W. Brewing Co.

for more info about Paul’s Mystery Ship  go to https://www.paulsmysteryship.com/


Honoring Our Graduates. Do you have a son/daughter, grandson/granddaughter graduating this year? On May 19th we’ll be honoring those graduating from high school, trade school, and college.  More details coming in the May Newsletter. You may submit the graduates photo digitally to the church office or loan us a photo to scan. Along with the photo, we’ll need a brief bio— full name, graduating from xxxxx, attending xxxxxx, studying xxxxxx, related to xxxxxxx.


Mother’s Day Food Drive: We will be accepting food donations between now and Sunday, May 12th to support the food pantry at the Help and Hope Center. 

Items that are currently needed include:

1.  diapers—sizes 3,4,5

2.  jam/jelly

3.  laundry pods

4.  canned whole or diced tomatoes

5.  cereal

This is an opportunity for our church family to help in meeting the needs of our community.






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