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Newsletter September 2011

Newsletter September 2011

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Little Valley United Methodist Church109 Court Street, PO Box 221Little Valley, NY 14755(716) 938-6150 Joseph Pascoe, PastorOffice Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00-12:00Monthly NewsletterSeptember 2011
Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ:I am writing this letter to you from the nicely air conditioned living room of my brother, David’shome in Dallas Texas. The temperature outside today was only 112
at 5pm! I have a tendency attimes to think about the grass on the other side of the fence. While home I was really wishing it were alittle bit warmer and drier…..then when we got here, well that’s right just a little bit cooler and somerain would have been great. That is all probably in part due to the fact that I am always going. I have ahard time stopping all movement for any extended period of time.Is our relationship with Jesus at all like this scenario? Do we have a tendency to continually be askinghim for something more, wishing things were a little different in our very busy lives? Does it matter if it is better health or more wealth, or maybe we aren’t really happy with the way something is going atwork or even at church. It doesn’t matter who we are, it seems we all go through seasons where we areseeking something different. We all can be so busy we can’t even see what it is that God isdoing with us and for us right where we are.Early in scripture God gives us ten simple rules to follow. As I recallit is in Exodus chapter 20 verse 8 where He says to remember the Sabbath day andkeep it holy. God knows that we are in great need of a time of renewal. Thatrenewal needs to happen weekly, but also for extended periods of time throughoutthe year. At times we can become so busy and distracted by all that we are doing, wecan forget all that God has given to each of us.Renewal is a time when you can remove the distractions of life and be……renewed. AllowingGod to transform you and bring you back to the beautiful creation that He has called and designed youto be. It is so important that we stop moving at times and just listen.Over the next month take a little time out of your busy schedules and find time for Jesus. Hewon’t disappoint you, in fact He might even be able to give you the very important break that you needso that you can come back renewed and energized!Until next month, lighten up and live.Your soon to be renewed pastor,Pastor Joe
Transforming Lives By Knowing Christ And Making Christ KnownWorship and Celebration Ministry Team News
Worship! We look forward to coming together before God and hearing His word. Weencourage you to get involved in worship…be an assisting minister or greeter…lead aChildren’s Moment…volunteer to share your gift of music or greeting others as theyenter worship. Call any of the team members below to find out how you can serve.If anyone has any feedback or comments regarding worship, please contact anyoneon the Worship and Celebration Ministry Team (Annette Andrew, Al Ormond, GlendaCampbell, Laurie Peters and Pastor Joe).
See you in worship…
Sunday – Prayer Time
time and place varies from week to week. See AnnetteAndrew or Becky Cable for details.
We are prayer walking again on Wednesday evenings as weather permits. All those interested meetat the church at 7:20 p.m. and we’ll start walking at 7:30 p.m. We’ll walk for about an hour andmeet back at the church. Those able to stay will continue with prayer in the sanctuary.
We also havea prayer box in the back of the sanctuary for prayers/concerns to be prayed over on Wednesday nights.Outside we have a mailbox for prayers also if you forget on Sunday or the church isn’t open. Anyone inthe community is welcomed to use it so please tell others about it. God tells us where two or more aregathered in His name….The prayer chain may be utilized at any time the need arises. To get a prayer started, simply call Bonnieat 801-6197 or the church office at 938-6150.We will be meeting in the sanctuary before the service on Sunday morning and everyoneis welcome to join us. We will be praying for Pastor Joe and the worship service.
PASTOR JOE’S CALENDAR – September 2011
Office hours will be 9-12 Mon-Thurs. unless conflicting appointments, Fri.-day off, Saturday-SabbathTuesdays Men’s Breakfast at the VFW 8amWednesday evenings 8-? Prayer9/1-9/3 - Vacation9/8 – Meeting with the Bishop9/9 – Meeting 9-10 am9/10 – FOF meeting at camp Findley 10 am9/13 – Ministerial Mtg 12-2pm9/15 – Ad council9/16 – Meeting 9-10 am9/17 – Missions dinner9/18 – Youth Group Starts9/20 – Sr. Luncheon9/23 – Meeting 9-10 am9/25 – Youth Group9/30 – Winship wedding rehearsal
LATCH is held the first Sunday of the month and stands for
our. Please feelfree to join us even if you didn’t come prepared. We all need to eat. Sometimes you may not have timeor may have forgotten and that’s ok.
always provides. If you won’t stay because you didn’t bringsomething, you can always run to Brooks Market (or give one of our youth a few bucks and have themrun over) and pick up some milk, punch, rolls, crackers, cookies or something, but don’t feel like youhave to. There always seems to be more than enough and we just want everyone to enjoy the fellowship.LATCH dates are September 4 at the pig roast, October 2, November 6 and December 4.
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Annual Pig Roast Labor Day Weekend8937 Dutch Hill Road Sunday, September4, 2011Little Valley, NY 14755(716) 938-6247If you live in the area, do you have a picnic table we could borrow for the weekend? Please let us knowby Thursday so we can pick it up on Friday or Saturday.Sunday – Picnic lunch approximately 1 PM- Bring a large dish-to- pass, lawn chairs, table service andbeverage. A donation jar will be out, if you are able, to help defray the cost of the pig. Fun for thewhole family. Horseshoes, volleyball, bean bag box games, sawdust hunt for the kids…. Bring yourgames if you want to.This is a rain or shine event. There will be a tent up in case of rain. Pray for a beautiful weekend.
The men of LVUMC and other area churches meet for breakfast and study the fourthSaturday of each month at 8:00 AM in the fellowship hall. Join us for
Man Food
discussion. The next dates are September 24, October 23 and November 27.
Trinity House Healing Ministry
Trinity House will be open for prayer the first Thursday of each month. The prayer team will meet at6:00 p.m. for prayer/worship/training. Those seeking healing will be ministered to from 7-9 p.m.Appointments are not necessary. If prayer requests are received between times of operation,appointments will be made accordingly.
We are also available to pray following Sunday worshipservices.
If you have a heart for intercessory prayer, a desire to see the sick receive healing or are justplain curious about healing, please talk with me.In Christ, Becky Cable 543-5050
So when He had washed their feet, taken His garments, and sat down again, He said to them, “Do you know what I have done to you? You call Me Teacher and Lord, and  you say well, for so I am. If I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet. For I have given you an example, that you should do as I have done to you. Most assuredly, I say to you, a servant is not greater than his master; nor is he who is sent greater than he who sent him. If you know these things, blessed are you if you do them. John 13:12-17 NKJV 

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