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Welcome

Our Mission is to follow Jesus Christ as a caring community of believers who - enabled by God’s Grace - seek to grow spiritually, share the Gospel, love and serve all people, and live the Christian faith in our daily lives.

SUNDAY MORNING SPIRITUAL FORMATION OPPORTUNITIES:
Sunday School: 9:45 AM - 10:30 AM

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
Contemporary Worship at 8:50 AM in Jarrett Hall
Worship at 11:00 AM in the Sanctuary

Our R. L. Pope Sunday School Class and 11 AM Worship Service is Broadcast LIVE on WGOS 1070 AM

News
SOLE HOPE - SHOE CUTTING PARTY
Posted March 26, 2015, 12:18 pm

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20
6 PM
CHRISTIAN ENRICHMENT CENTER

SOLE HOPE is and organization tat strives to effectively put in place preventative methods to combat diseases that enter through the feet, to create a positive physical and spiritual difference in the lives of individuals in impoverished communities.

Sole Hope works in Uganda with medical clinics to remove jiggers, which are sand fleas that burrow in the feet. Shoes are then provided to children who previously had bare, exposed feet.

Memorial UMC will host a "Shoe-cutting Party" on Wednesday, May 20.

In order to make this happen, we will need to begin collecting materials NOW. We need denim and plastic milk jugs. The shoe pieces that we will help to cut to send to Uganda will allow local shoe makers who are paid a fair wage, to use those materials in the construction of shoes.

So start saving those old jeans NOW!!!


MUMC HANDYMAN MINISTRY NEEDS YOU!
Posted March 26, 2015, 12:04 pm

WE ARE LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD MEN!!!

Memorial's Handyman Ministry is recruiting men (16 years of age and up) with a desire to help someone in need.

Whether you're an expert plumber or electrician, or someone who just likes to help people, we have a place for you. We help with repairs, both minor and major, act as a consultant (for major jobs outside of our scope), help with technology issues (email, software, TV's etc.) and new construction. No special talent or training is required, just a willingness to help those in our congregation and community who need our assistance.

We do not charge for any of the work we perform, but any Pay-It-Forward donations go into a fund to pay for supplies if needed. Whether you're a 10 or a 1 (as far as ability), we need your help.

If you are interested in joining our team, please download the volunteer form (HERE) from the website or contact the church office for a copy.

If you are in need of assistance from our Handyman Ministry call the church office (336) 472-7718 or fill out a Work Request Form (HERE)


THOMASVILLE COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES
Posted March 26, 2015, 11:59 am
(A collaboration of the North Carolina School of the Arts and Thomasville Area Schools)

SUNDAYS, APRIL 12, 19, 26 & MAY 3
4:00 PM
MEMORIAL UMC SANCTUARY

OUR MISSION is to bring outstanding classical music to the Thomasville community and to provide inspiration, support and collaboration for young classical artists in the local area.

Each of the four concerts will include a variety of old and modern classical chamber music performed by local musicians. In addition to enhancing arts in Thomasville, we strive to educate audiences by showcasing music written by new or obscure composers. Music of all kinds will be performed, from classical and romantic styles to 20th-century compositions. Each concert will involve five to seven musicians providing a variety of instruments and genres.

Each program will also showcase a young musician who has shown promising progress towards a music career, primarily from the Thomasville City Schools. This opportunity allows the student to have a paid performance as a potential professional. The student will also be able to network and collaborate with musicians that have already launched their careers.

Are you interested in lending volunteer support? Contact Tom Holladay or Cherie Johnson. Call the church office for contact information: 336-472-7718.