Events

Our July Schedule of Events

Dinah’s Book Club – July 10

On Mon., July 10 at 12:00 p.m. the book club will discuss Carrie and me by Carol Burnett. Copies of the book are in the church library. Remember anyone can attend. You don’t have to be a Methodist or have any church affiliation to participate.

Afternoon Out – July 12

Afternoon Out will be held on Wed., July 12 at 2:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a time with friends or to make new friends.

Bring your “best and or worst” stories about vacations you have taken. Pictures are always good to back up your stories.

VBS is Coming – July 17-21

We are excited about planning and preparing for “Hero Central” Vacation Bible School the week of July 17-21 from 8:30-11:00 a.m.!

So gather up your kids, neighbors’ kids, grandkids, kids’ friends and put on your superhero capes! We’re swooping in for a great week of fantastic fun!

If you would like to be a part of the team, please call the church office and leave your name!

Click on the image below to download the registration form. Fill it out and drop it off at the church office.

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Block Party – 21 July

Friday, July 21, 11-1:00 p.m. UMC Parking Lot – right after VBS

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5th Sunday Worship at City Park – 30 July!

Ken Verheecke, well known Black Hills area Christian Musician, Psalmist, Guitarist & Composer, will be with us on July 30 to lead us in worship at our Fifth Sunday Fellowship. This time the Fifth Sunday Fellowship will be held in the park at the picnic shelter, with services starting at 10:30 a.m. It will be followed by a potluck dinner, so plan to bring your best meal to share, and then we will take part in a service project (more information about that coming).

For those who don’t know him, Ken is a rare and valued find and his heart and vision is to encourage the body of Christ to deepen their relationship with God through the gifts and talents God has placed upon his life. This is accomplished through the songs Ken has written and through his life experiences, all which have brought Ken to a place of leaving his job of 13 years in 1993, to begin this traveling ministry.

Ken believes that establishing a culture of worship is what releases God’s goodness upon our lives. His heart is to see generations freed to worship God in spirit and truth. Ken is not an entertainer, but rather a psalmist who ministers from the presence of God. Ken’s ministry events are unlike any other you’ll find in Christian music. Peace, comfort, healing and rest are some of the by-products of his music and ministry… something much needed in our world today!

You will be blessed and encouraged by what Ken has to share!