United Methodist Church, Fulton Kentucky
On Wonderful Wednesdays beginning in November,
we will study the epistle traditionally called "The Revelation to
No other Bible writing has produced more
speculation and controversy in the Church than has Revelation.
Revelation is filled with symbolism. It is mysterious. It seems scary.
And, so, most of us have likely tended to shy away from studying this
powerful New Testament Letter.
Most likely, most of us have experienced
Revelation only along the periphery. We have heard things, perhaps read
things about Revelation, and those have been enough to keep us from
really getting into the book.
Most of us have heard words like
"rapture," "anti-christ," "dispensation"
and many other such words in connection with Revelation. Would you find
it interesting that none of these words is actually contained in
Does Revelation "predict" an imminent
end to the world? Does Revelation predict current events? Plan now to
come do the Wednesday Night Bible Study starting in November, and we
will talk about it.
Grace and Peace, Tim
Ages 4 yrs. to 6th
We will meet at the Willingha m Center on
Saturday, October 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. for Children’s Sabbath.
For more information contact Pam Dame. Bring your swimming suit, a
life guard will be on duty.
Night Dinners/Bible Study - When you call to make reservations to
eat or put your reservation in the collection plate, please let us
know if you need the van to pick you up.
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last Early Church Worship Service for this year will be held on
October 23. Please mark your calendars. Daylight saving time will
end the last Sunday in October.
by the UMM of Fulton First.
October 15 from 7 to 10 am.
PROCEEDS GO TO HURRICANE RELIEF.
Contemporary Choir at 5:30
United Methodist Youth at
morning is time for Coffee With a Twist! Join us at the Wade House
from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. for great food and even greater fellowship!
BONDAGE is a support meeting that is Christ centered and meets at
the Wade House on Thursdays at 6 p.m. Judy Smith, Nurse Practitioner
leads the group and invites anyone struggling with any type of
addition to join them.
Please keep in your prayers Shawn Simpson,
R. K. Kane and John "Buck" Carroll who are in Ocean
Springs, MS helping with the hurricane recovery efforts. They will
be returning home this weekend.
OUT We have
noticed that in some of the Sunday School rooms the lights are left
turned on after everyone leaves. If you are the last one out of the
room please remember to turn the lights off. And if you are the last
one to leave the 2nd or 3rd floors please turn
out the hall lights.
SHIRTS If you ordered a shirt from the youth
please be patient a little longer. The order arrived but there was a problem
with the embroidery and they are being sent back. We will let you know as soon
as the new shipment comes in.
CENTER PAINT DAY
will be held on Saturday, October 8
beginning at 9 a.m. The Center will be closed so that we can get it cleaned up
and painted. If you have a few hours to spare we hope you will come out and lend
a hand. Lunch will be furnished. If you need more information call Pam at the
Willingham Center - 731-472-3510.
Wednesday Night Dinners/Bible Study -
When you call to make reservations to eat or put your reservation in the
collection plate, please let us know if you need the van to pick you up.
Every year Reelfoot Rural
Ministries depends on people throughout the Memphis Conference. Even,
with churches faithfully giving food in other months and due to the
growing numbers needing food, the food bank is low, again. Reelfoot
Rural Ministries is calling for our help! Listed below are food items
and other things that are needed:
Jell-O & Pudding
supplies are for the Fall Food Drive for Reelfoot Ministries. The Food
Drive 2005 will continue until Thanksgiving but the need is NOW.
October 10, 2005 270-472-3510
you to everyone who came Sat. and Sun. to paint. The gym looks so
bright and cheery. A special thank you to Jimmy Newton and Harry
Bushart for all their time given to finish the job. We had lunch
Sat. and the fellowship was great.
OF THE WEEK
& Roasted Potatoes
can (10 1/4 oz.) Tomato soup
lb. Ground beef
can French Fried onion rings
cup worcestershire sauce
medium potatoes quartered, do not peel (can use frozen steak fries)
˝ can soup, beef, ˝ can onion rings, egg & worcersteshire
sauce. Shape into a loaf and place in center of 13 x 9 casserole
dish. Place potatoes around sides. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
Pour remainder of soup on top of loaf and bake 25 minutes more.
Place remainder of onion rings on top of loaf and bake 5 minutes
10 Bill Graddock
11 Annalise Bing
13 Fran Lancaster
14 Marilyn Stokes
15 Ruth Puckett
15 Children’s Sabbath Party 6:00 - 8:00
ages 4yrs - 6th
19 Covered dish lunch
26 Bridge at the Wade House, players needed
in 1 will swim Oct. 19
a.m. Worship Service 148
Church - Michael & Rachel Robertson
- Sam Murray, Whitney Johnson
you to all who provide flowers to adorn the church each week
16 Juanita Hibbs
23 Betsy West
30 Ann Whitesell
Council @ 7 p.m.
Committee @ 5:30 p.m.
AT HEART will meet on Tuesday, October 18 at 10:30 a.m.
you have not joined in for the Young at Heart program and
"pot-luck" luncheon, please make plans to do so.
"young" group would love to have you join in so no matter how
"young" or "old" your heart may feel -please
come and join in!
Dear Friends, Thank you for the
3 boxes of school kits and 3 boxes of health kits we received on 8/19/15
at UMCOR Sager Brown Depot in Baldwin, LA. Your donation along with
others from across the country enables UMCOR to respond to disasters and
urgent human need throughout the world. We really appreciate your help!
Gwen E. Redding, Executive
Dear Friends at Fulton First,
Words will never suffice to convey my gratitude for your contribution
to providing relief to the employees, their families, and the patients
of our parent company, Deaconess HomeCare, in South Mississippi and
Louisiana, after this disaster of a lifetime.
Becky Netherland Burnett, Elk
If you have not checked on your flock
recently, remember to call Mrs. Betty & see how they are doing.
This is a very important program for our church, so let’s all be
sure to do this every week or so.
forget to make your plans to attend the Hayride/Weiner Roast Sunday,
October 23. Meet at the church at 4 p.m. or go directly to the Seng
Farm by 4:30 p.m. The Directions will be in the Sunday Bulletin. You
are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, although there will be hay bales
available to sit on. Please come! We’ll have lots of fun! The rain
date is Sunday, October 30.
Conference Feminine Fall Fling will be held at Lakeshore November 5-6.
Registration begins at 10 a.m. Sat. Retreat speaker is Paulette Kim,
executive secretary for membership of UMW’s Division in New York.
She shares her own story of becoming a UMW member as a young woman.
This retreat is geared for young women 40 or under. (or if you feel
that age!) Our unit has scholarships for those wanting to attend. Call
Joyce Tibbs, Betsy West or Dorothy Bush. We would love to have a good
representation from our local unit