Northeast Tacoma Healthy Kids backpack program needs micro-wavable mac and cheese or ravioli cups, individual oatmeal packets, granola bars, pudding cups, applesauce pouches, juice boxes (not pouches). Please place all donations in the donation bin by the elevator. Questions? Please see Tina Anton.
Browns Point Salmon Bake Planning Meetings
Rev Katie is looking for a volunteer to join with her in attending these meetings. They are on the third Tuesday of the month at the Browns Point Improvement Club. We can meet at church and carpool down there. The next one is May 15th at 7:00 p.m. Please email Rev Katie
Egg Cartons - please save your egg cartons and donate to the food bank here at BPUMC! We can put them to good use
Enjoy our wonderful pianist Ken Potter's versatile talent this Saturday.
- April 21, at 7:00 p.m. - Evergreen District Division II Contest Show of Champions, Choruses D Quartets from all over the PNW. Journey Church, 701 S 320 St, Federal Way
Send a letter of support, love & prayer to one of our very own!
RCT Ward, Danielle
4TH RTBN PAPA CO PLT 4017
PO BOX 16445
PARRIS ISLAND, SC. 29905-6445
Letters only please.
A Letter in Gratitude
April 4,2018 From Dani:
Hi Pastor Katy. Life is a little better. I have exactly one month until I graduate. I enjoyed getting the letters from the congregation, they kept my hopes up and gave me comfort to know that the congregation was praying or me and hoping that I come home a marine. Its starting to get warm here. Its in the 70's which is a lot different then at home which it is usually freezing cold! We recently ran a PFT which involves a 3 mile run and I ran it in 26:45. I hope you are keeping up on your running too! I hope everything is well and i hope to see you soon!
Lets keep those letters to Dani coming!!
Interested in learning about painting with watercolor?
Phyllis Shoemake is opening her home studio to anyone interested! Dates are March 27th, April 10th and 24th, May 8th and 29th from 2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. Call 253-223-3334
or email email@example.com for more information. Cost is $15.
April 21st, Community Service Project:
Grab your work gloves and join your neighbors at Browns Point Playfield a.k.a "Curly Slide Park" for Parks Appreciation Day, Saturday, April 21st, from 9 a.m. to noon. Participants are needed to help Metro Parks Tacoma clean up area parks by trimming limbs, spreading wood chips, clearing trails, grooming grounds, and planting more flowers and trees. Tools and materials provided, but bringing your gloves and favorite garden tool is appreciated.
April 24th - Learn how to be a mentor (MAPper) for incarcerated youth at King County Juvenile Detention Center.
Rev. Terri Stewart of the Youth Chaplaincy Coalition is bringing two trainings in April and May. She will be teaching how to be effective mentors that teach youth how to create action plans that lead to transformed lives on April 24 and will be bringing continuing education to current mentors on May 8. The training is free if you commit to working with incarcerated youth! Please, contact the church office if you are interested and we can give you the link to sign up and rest of information needed.
MAP Mentor Training: Beginning the Conversation
April 24, 2018, 5:30p.m.- 8:30p.m. , The Norton Building, Seattle
Hunger Walk & 5K Run - May 5!
Interested in joining a team or just looking to walk/run with friends? Join us! Run is at 8:00 a.m. and walk is at 9:00 a.m. Fort Steilacoom Park. Email the church office and let’s make a team! Fury friends are welcome to attend!! Visit the Hunger Walk website for more information. http://www.efoodnet.org/hungerwalk2018/
May 11 & 12 - Our Pacific Northwest UMC Early Response Teams are getting ready now for what may come. Our Second Annual Spring Training is set for Friday and Saturday, May 11 and 12, at the Lazy F Camp and Retreat Center located near Ellensburg. Taught by UMCOR-certified trainers offering the Basic Training for those new to the program as well as classes for Team Leader, Site Assessment and Logistics Officer for current ERT members or those renewing their badges. A Wildfire Relief class, chainsaw proficiency segment, and a roof tarping demonstration are also on the agenda. The cost is $50 and includes training materials, one night bunk-style accommodations and three meals. Add $20 for an optional Saturday night stay with dinner and breakfast. ERT classes are open to anyone 18 years or older. To register or for questions contact Kathy Bryson, PNWUMC ERT Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (509)539-2978. The Registration Deadline is May 1.
May 20th, Sunday - Interfaith Gathering
Interfaith Gathering - (7:30 to 9:30 p.m.) Explore and learn about the Abrahamic faith traditions during this interfaith monthly gathering. Each month is hosted by a different faith community with a pre-selected theme. Everyone is welcome to join the Interfaith Conversations and Study meetings (sponsored by the Islamic Center, St. Luke’s Episcopal, Temple Beth El, St. Mark’s Lutheran and Bethany Presbyterian). The Muslim community will speak about the practice and meaning of Ramadan, followed by a meal to break the fast at St Mark’s Lutheran Church by the Narrows, 7:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. *Time may change.