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Upcoming Events
JUN

20

WED
Singles Luncheon Group
12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
Singles Luncheon Group – meets 3rd Wednesday of each month. For ALL singles (widowed, never been married, divorced, etc.) Check announcements for location each month. June's Meeting will be at Jim Bob's Restaurant. Contact Lois Brighten 360-412-7933
Choir Practice
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
JUN

23

SAT
St Benedict's Community Dinner
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
This is held at St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church. St. Andrew’s takes turns cooking, and everyone helps serve. In conjunction with St. Benedict’s Episcopal (910 Bowker Street, Lacey) we serve a hot meal for the homeless and low-income people in our community. Come help set-up, serve, clean-up. If you would like for information, please contact Rich Green (360) 943-9290.
JUN

24

SUN
Early Church Service
8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
Traditional Service
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
JUN

26

TUE
Quilters Group
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Ongoing projects found willing workers and new ideas and items for the December Bazaar were shown. We enjoyed a leisurely lunch and lots of visiting. Consider joining us on the 4th Tuesday, of each month, when we meet again to work on projects. Keep on Quilting. Barbara Ullmann, 360-491-2693
JUN

27

WED
Choir Practice
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
JUN

28

THU
Bread of Life Study
10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
JUL

01

SUN
Early Church Service
8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
Traditional Service
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
JUL

04

WED
Bible Search
Upper Room Daily Reflections
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St. Andrew's United Methodist Church
Lacey, Washington

We go with God’s help, to build a community that explores faith, experiences the living presence of God, and shares what we have come to know with others.

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All Church Conference Special Session
June 19th Tuesday - 3:00 pm

June 13, 2018

Our hearts are again heavy, but we must let you know that Edith Countryman passed away on Tuesday, June 12th, 2018. Edith had been in the hospital last week but seemed to be doing better and was released. Her health took a turn for the worse on Sunday evening, as she was suffering with congenital heart disease. More details on a Celebration of Life Service for Edith’s will be announced once the family has had time to come together.

 

Greetings:

One of my favorite stories found in the Bible is recorded in the book of Acts. In the story, two individuals are traveling down the road to Emmaus. We are not told why they were leaving Jerusalem, but recent events concerning Jesus’ death and reports of His resurrection are the focus of their thinking. While they were walking, a stranger, who initially seemed to be totally unaware of recent events, joined them; yet he later went on to explain how Jesus fulfilled Old Testament prophecies. It is only at supper that they finally realized that this ‘stranger’ is in fact Jesus himself. Wow! How dull must they be? Yet I have to ask myself how often God’s presence occurs in my life and I don’t see God’s action either. Regularly, we all have what I have come to refer to as ‘God moments.’ These moments are places when we particularly feel the uplifting of our spirits in our lives. This can be as simple as ‘happening’ to receive a call from an old friend, or, in an even more apparent moment, when we experience healing or see it in others. The variety of these expressions of God’s love differ throughout each day. Our general inability to see them strikes me that, like those two walking down to Emmaus road, we too share in a type of blindness. However, just as they eventually awakened to what had occurred, my hope is that we too will awaken to the ways in which God breaks into our lives as well – hence why this is one of my favorite stories.

Blessings, Pastor Dan

Announcements

Let’s Celebrate Pastor Dan & his family - Pastor Dan’s Last Sunday in our pulpit will be on June 17th. We will have a Baked Potato & Salad Bar. Fellowship will provide the potatoes & salad. Robin Eagen has called folks to bring the toppings. Please have your toppings here by Saturday, June 16th. (Church will be open Saturday between 10:00 a.m. and Noon for you to drop your toppings off) Please join us this Sunday the 17th after the second service to fellowship and celebrate Pastor Dan & his family.

**Gift for the Pastor – Thank you to everyone that donated towards a gift for Pastor Dan & his family.

Help the Pastor move - Pastor Dan needs help Moving- Wednesday, June 27th @ 10:30 a.m. meet at the church to help load his office, then we will be going to his home @ 3618 Kings Way SE to start loading things on to the Moving Truck- We will also need help on Friday, June 29th, if you can help please tell Pastor Dan, Janie Stover or Kathy.

Make a Graduation Special Support a High School Senior Thank you to everyone that donated to help graduating seniors! We raised $965 and helped 4 graduates with all their needs for this amazing celebration!

QuiltersJune 26th, 2018, is our 4th Tuesday meeting. Come for fellowship, planning, sewing and potluck lunch from 10:00 till 2:00, or any of that time that meets with your schedule. We do have fun and ideas flow constantly. We have some fantastic new fabrics that Robin has located to spark creativity. Everyone is invited to join us. Sewing skills, from ideas and suggestions to actual use of machine, are needed.

You may have noticed the rack and bench full to overflowing with quilts in the Fellowship Room. We received some beautiful fabrics from Barbara Clarkson and they have been transformed into quilts suitable for all ages. Check out the display and perhaps you will find the perfect gift for yourself or a friend. All proceeds go to SAUMC General Fund. Check with any Quilter or Kathy with questions. Enjoy browsing.

Mission Opportunities

FORKids BagsWe will continue accepting donations through the summer for the weekend bags that we send home during the school year. If you need a list of what goes in those bags, please take a reusable red bag that is just outside the sanctuary, there is a list pinned to them.

Trustees Projects - *A new project tracker sheet is available on the magazine rack by the entry doors. Please look and see if there are things you would like to work on, donate too or have an idea about. Please contact Ken Russell. See the Nexus for an update on our most urgent projects that we are working on.

St. Benedict’s Community Dinner – Saturday, June 23rd @ 3:00 p.m. -This is held at St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church. St. Andrew’s takes turns cooking, and everyone helps serve. In conjunction with St. Benedict’s Episcopal (910 Bowker Street, Lacey) we serve a hot meal for the homeless and low-income people in our community. Come help set-up, serve, clean-up. If you would like for information, please contact Rich Green (360) 943-9290.

Small Group Meetings

Bread of Life Last gathering with Pastor Dan will be tomorrow, June 14th following with lunch. The gathering will continue with a brief recess this summer.

Luncheon Group – meets 3rd Wednesday of each month. Our meeting is June 20th @ 12:30 p.m. at Jim Bob’s Restaurant. Please join us! For ALL singles (widowed, never been married, divorced, separated, etc.)

Contact Us  
St. Andrew's United Methodist
Mailing address: PO Box 3866, Lacey 98509
Church location:
540 School St. SE Lacey, Washington 98503
Map  •   Directions
Phone 360-491-2030
Regular Schedule  
Sunday
  • CELEBRATION EARLY WORSHIP
    – 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
  • ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL
    – 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
  • TRADITIONAL WORSHIP
    – 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • CHILDREN"S CHURCH
    – 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Appointment Letter for Pastor Dirk Wooten starting Aug 1
St Andrew's Preschool Information
St Andrew’s High Priority Trustee Projects 2018
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