1 Beulah UMC WEEKLY BEACON August 16 2009 BACK-TO-SCHOOL CLOTHING HUNT
(Infant Through Teen/Youth Sizes) Fellowship Hall Saturday August 29 9am-1pm Your donations of new or gently used clothing (infant sizes through high-school/teen sizes) will be accepted now through Friday August 28. Please place them in the box provided in the narthex or bring them directly to Christas office. Please make sure all garments have been washed. Please do not bring undergarments or socks unless they are new and in the package. If youre interested in helping please contact me at Christa.Helms_at_beulah umc.org or call the church office. We need lots of volunteers for this event to be successful! Be sure to tell your family friends and neighbors about the clothing hunt. HEITHS ICE CREAM SPONSORS BEULAHS RED BIRD MISSIONARY TEAM Please join us at Heiths Ice Cream on Friday August 21 from 5-9pm. Heiths is located at 10120 Chester Road (the corner of Centralia and Chester Roads). 20 of the profits will be donated to Beulahs Red Bird Missionary Team. All you have to do is tell the cashier youd like your purchase to support Beulah UMC. Be sure to invite all of your family friends and neighbors too. The more folks who mention Beulah to the cashier the higher our profits soar! If youve never been to Heiths youre in for a real treat! Hope to see you there. USHERS NEEDED FOR 830 We are looking for a few volunteers men and women to be ushers at the 830 service. This opportunity requires your participation only one month per quarter. Please contact David Dudley 748-9060 or contact the church office to join in. NURSERY VOLUNTEER NEEDED We need someone to help cover the nursery for the 600pm time frame on Sunday evening September 27 and November 8. If you are willing to volunteer to help please call Marcia Lee 768-8770. Calendar of Events for the Week Sun. 8/16 830am Worship Service 900am Breakfast 9 45am Sunday School for all ages 1100am Worship Service 530pm Youth Dinner Fellowship Mon. 8/17 September Beacon articles due 630pm Boy Scouts (Rms 242-245) No COM Tues. 8/18 630pm Education Meeting (Rm 249) 700pm Friendship Circle (Rms 250-251) Wed. 8/19 1100am Staff Meeting (Rm 110) 600pm Beulah Road Quartet (Music Office) Thurs. 8/20 600pm Girl Scouts (Rms. 245 246 247) 700pm Praise Band Practice (Sanc) 2 THE PEOPLE SERVE Bible Bearer 1100 Zachary Glazier Acolytes 1100 Katie Brooks Taylor Cunningham Sound 830 Michelle Guarniere 1100 Bob Staneart Greeters 830 David Diane Conner 1100 Carl Terri Griggs Nursery 1 (Rm. 101) 830 Amanda Collins Pauline Sherrill Nursery (Rm. 107) 1100 Amanda Collins Beverly Stanfield Sandra Goodman Nursery 600pm R obin Rudd Sarah Inman Praise Band Nursery Thursday Night 700 Dianna Hastings Diane Clark Tellers Chuck Salmon D.B. Walston Cal Thompson Ushers 830 David Conner Rick Dunkum Henri Shular 1100 Glynn Soyars Will Adams Tom Conner Mike Harris James Hart Sr. Bill Pfeil Bill Putnam Denny Quaiff Alan Waterworth PRAYER CONCERNS SPECIAL PRAYER REQUESTS George Shirley Schmeltzer Mary Pfeil (Bill Pfeils mother) Wanda Hairfield (Bill Goodmans sister) Arnie Beck Jackie Corde Sandra McCafferty (Jim Eads sister) Debbie Quaiff Lucille Freeman Lou Peake Sharon Williams (Daughter of Pat Harts neighbor) Michael Arthur Jr. Dot Mauro Bonnie Claire Shelton (B. Rameys niece) Lisa Davidson Faye Arthur Bruce Lancaster Shirley Bondurant Claudia Rader (Rebecca Mendozas aunt) Linda Connor Kitty Waldrop Rebecca Boney (Elizabeth Quaiffs grandaughter) Debbie Barkley Dorothy Trefun (Ailene Wilsons mother) Pauline Cox (JoAnn Clarks mother) Skip Studebaker Christie Geraty (Barbara Tinsleys friend) Jose Torres (Kris Helms friend) Jim Loving Rachel Ammons Barbara Byers Kathryn Snell (friend of Alex Pat Compton) David Helter (nephew of Aili Lenhart) Jim Pat Hart Linda Estes (Christa Helms aunt) Mike Smith (Addie Brooks uncle) Charles Phelps Jr. Debbie Villagomez (Jill Coltrains niece) Madeline Martin Russel Manning (Sharon Griffiths dad) Catharine Brown (Alan Browns sister) Cheryl Powell (The Studebakers daughter) Tiffany Myers (Lauvers granddaughter Barbara Grammer (Emma Bradleys sister-in-law) Cathy Witt Audrey Moss (Sarah Horrocks friend) Dorcas Brandt Ray Boyd and George Lauver (Laban Lauvers siblings) Jill Guienen (Addie Brooks friend) Bruce Robertson (Geneva Harris nephew) Peter Dusel (Betty Lowes son-in-law) Fred Molter (friend of the Burkes) Renee Jenkins (Norvells daughter) Gene Farmer (Peggy OBriens friend) Lanie Evans (Bobbie Whitlocks friend) Tish Branscom (Carolyn Comptons friend) new addition to a list CONGREGATIONAL CARE At-Home Families Russell Leonard Lois Carpenter Harrison Mary Chester Ninna Smith Ida Musser Joe and Peggy OBrien Bernice Clarke Buster Clarke Robert Beasley Muriel Salmon Virginia Spencer PERSONS OF INTEREST FOR THE WEEK MISSIONARY
SERVICEMAN Diantha Hodges (Missionary of VA Conference) CPL Tyrone E. Davis Jubilee Proj. Inc. Box 657 Sneedville TN 37869 4th Marines Comm Unit 35970 Emaildianthah_at_yahoo.com Birthday Aug 20 FTP AP 96602-5970 POLICE OFFICER/FIREFIGHTER Jason Kuti (Richmond Police) IN SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY CPL Tyrone Davis - Iraq SSG Wesley Townsend Dean A. Byers Navy (Bethesda MD) SGT Kenny B. Adcock - Iraq (friend of Sandra Saunders) Aaron Thompson Adam Lauver (Augusta GA) Sgt. Chris Miller (Kathy Donovans great-nephew) CPL Nick Borelli (Valerie Glaziers nephew) BEULAHS EXPECTANT PARENTS Heath Jenny Jenkins Owen Cindy Wyatt (twins) Kris Rachel Coleman Jeff Laura Burke denotes a new addition to a list Beaufont Healthcare Lucy Corr Village 200 Hioaks Road Richmond VA 23225 PO Box 170 Chesterfield VA 23832 Margaret Hastings-Rm. 109 Dale Station Dale Duffy-Rm. 320 Opal Clark-Rm. 313A Becky Wilmoth-Rm. 323B Beaufont Towers Room 409 Betty Butler-Rm 313B 7015 Carnation Street Richmond VA 23225 Assisted Living Myrtle Langford-Rm 734 Fay Lohr Matoaca Station Mary Hendrickson-Rm 507B Brandermill Woods Retirement Community Clover Hill Station Betty Corsa-Rm 218A 14303 Brandermill Woods Trail Midlo. VA 23112 Midlothian Station Lyn Dowdell-Rm 405 Frances Wadkins Apt. B213 Simpson House MeadowView Terrace 2101Belmont Avenue Philadelphia PA 19131 PO Box 712 Clarksville VA 23927 Montie Robertson Ogene Pitts Southerland Place Ruxton Health 14016Turnberry Lane Midlothian VA 23113 7246 Forest Hill Avenue Richmond VA 23225 Kate Coleman Kathleen King-Rm. 218 3 MINI-SCHOOL OF CHRISTIAN MISSION... Join other members of the Richmond District for food fellowship and education at Bon Air UMC on Friday Sept. 11 515-830 pm. Dinner will be served and childcare is provided. More information is available on the registration form on the Upcoming Events bulletin board in the narthex. Please mail in your registration form with 10 by August 28. ON THE ROAD GOING WEST IN THE FALL... On Friday October 16 the district bus will travel to Community Outreach of Roanoke Ferrum College and Henry Fork Community Center. The one-day trip is scheduled for 730 am-800 pm and the cost is 64.25 per person. A deposit of 35 is due August 28 but financial arrangements can be made. More information is available on the Upcoming Events bulletin board in the narthex. Beulahs Best TRIPS Oct 27 (Tues) Natural Bridge Bedford D-Day Memorial Dec 1(Tues) Outer Banks Theatre-Christmas Show Dec. 17-19 NY. 2010 Feb. 6 (Sat.) VA Beach-Stand By Your Man The Tammy Wynette Story Apr. 17 (Sat.) VA Beach-The Sound of Music May 1- 6 Bermuda Cruise July Pacific NW Canadian Rockies Aug. 14 (Sat) Kennedy Center Broadways Mary Poppins Sept. Lancaster PA-Joseph (NEW) Nov. Branson For trip info call Ann Gould 276-2264. BUS MINISTRY The BUMC Bus will again be leaving the parking lot every Saturday to take the Good News to our neighborhoods. Contact Brandon Brooks for more information. KINGS KORNER REBATE For those of you who have your Sunday meal at Kings Korner collect a ticket from them which you will then turn in at the church office. Once a month these tickets will be redeemed for a contribution from Kings Korner. We have submitted and received a check from Kings Korner for the tickets turned in through June. Thank you for participating. FUNDRA ISING WITH VERIZON Verizon has advised of a fundraising opportunity with them for Beulah Church. There are flyers on the bulletin board with the information you need to secure a donation for the church. ST LUKES UMC PRESCHOOL 4101 Fordham Road Openings for Preschool Mothers Morning Out. Questions call Heather Picone 276-8360 or the Church Office Shirley Gary 276-7000 M-TH 9am-1pm. WEEKLY SPECIAL GIFTS for 8/9 Cumulative Sound System 52974.30 Vacation Bible School 236.55 Red Bird Mission 205.00 Bus Ministry 25.00 Gifts made in July and August are so very helpful for supporting Beulahs cash flow. Thanks for all you do! 4 THE BEULAH BAZAAR IS COMING SOON Saturday November 14 Mark your calendar and plan on joining in the excitement! Please continue to work on your contributions of canned goods hand work crafts etc. Also bring your vintage jewelry to Peggy See for her to get ready for the jewelry sale. Invite a friend or neighbor. Co-Chairs Louise King and Sarah Eastwood MINISTRY AT LUCY CORR Due to recent budget cuts the activity directors at Lucy Corr are severely handicapped in their efforts to provide game prizes. If anyone would like to donate prizes please drop these prizes in the box labeled GAME PRIZES for Lucy Corr in the education hallway. Please no travel size products. (items that they like are full size Kleenex (cube box) toothpaste deodorant mouthwash toothbrush necklaces that fit over head socks (especially mens white) small boxes of chocolates packaged peanut butter or cheese crackers etc.. Any questions call June Weaver 706-5869. CCHASM AT CHESTERFEST September 26 2009 Come and join CCHASM at ChesterFest as it hosts the TER-FOOD-DIN (Chester to Chesdin for Food). There are three mapped cycling routes. All funds raised will go to support emergency needs of area residents. To register for the event simply so online to www.regonline.com/cchas mride or for more information see the flyer on the bulletin board. FREE TO A GOOD HOME One maple rectangular (approximately 40 x 80 with all leaves) table with 6 matching chairs is available to a good home. For more information call Linda Love home-739-3801 or cell-837-5871. A MISSIONARY MOMENT.... From the notes of a Methodist missionary to Africa in 1832. He had been asked why he wanted to serve in such a difficult environment as he was. He replied Some want to live within the Sound of church or chapel bell I just want to run a rescue shop Within a yard of Hell. CHESTERFIELD OFFICE OF ADULT EDUCATION ESOL The Adult English for Speakers of Other Languages will be meeting at BUMC again this year. We will be welcoming them again when their registration begins August 31 September 2 and classes will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays September 9 December 16. We need volunteers to provide refreshments once a week. If you would like to join in please call the office or sign up on the list on the bulletin board. If you feel that you cannot provide refreshments but would like to donate money to be used to help purchase items please mark your donation ESOL and place it in the offering plate or bring it to the office. This group has always been appreciative of all that the church has done for them. UMW PRAYER LUNCH/WORLD THANK OFFERING SERVICE The Beulah UMW is inviting all ladies to this years Prayer Lunch and World Thank Offering service to be held in the Fellowship Hall Saturday September 19 from 1100am to 100pm. Our guest speaker will be Carole Morris who has made many trips to Haiti with The Haiti Mission. We will all be so blessed to hear of her experiences and how we too can be of service. Reservations are not necessary but would be appreciated. Please call your small group leader or June Weaver 706-5869 by Wednesday September 16 if you plan to attend this event. See the article in the September Beacon for more information.
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