Tag Archives: Sunday School
Do you remember your first Bible? Where is it now? On Sunday, April 7th during worship, PUMC repeated its beautiful annual tradition. Each year, this church gives to each child in 4th grade their bible. The giving of Bibles … Continue reading
The Rally Train came through our ‘town’ on Sunday. And it came with blasts of JOY, fun fellowship, renewal and reconnections in an atmosphere of worship. This amazing Fall Kickoff would not have happened without an amazing and industrious team … Continue reading
Director of Christian Education Machaela Irving — along with teachers Barbara Sageser, Janis McCarty, and Lorie Roth — presented each fourth grader with a NRSV Bible on February 12. They were curious and delighted!
In addition to Bible studies that meet during the week, two adult classes welcome newcomers on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. The Contemporary Issues Class is starting a new study based on The Unwinding by George Packer. Through a series of … Continue reading
PUMC truly is a diverse community, and this is never more evident than on World Communion Sunday. As has become tradition, members are invited to to attend these services wearing the native dress of their countries of origin, transforming our … Continue reading
We’re getting off to an exciting start to the Sunday School year! On Rally Day, September 11, kids parents, teachers will gather in the sanctuary at 9:30 a.m. for the first 15-20 minutes of worship. We will celebrate that our Sunday … Continue reading
Adults have lots of education opportunities this fall. Two classes meet on Sunday mornings at 9:30. The Contemporary Issues class, in the Library, will study the Historical Figure of Jesus by EP Sanders. top right from those pictured above. This informal class focuses on … Continue reading
Tom Shelton gave the children’s sermon on Sunday — rejoicing in the new faces at the first choir rehearsal and inviting others to join on Wednesday afternoons. The opening hymn, I Love to Tell the Story, was so apt for … Continue reading
In a race with ‘untied’ balloons, Sunday School students learned that the Holy Spirit can be unpredictable!