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Rev. Terry Koehn
(aka Pastor Terry)
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Elk City UMC's Kids Choir is preparing for its Palm Sunday performance coming up on March 29. Don't miss out on rehearsals each Wednesday night from 6-6:30 p.m. in Sanctuary Hallway Room 1! Kids Choir is for children in first through fourth grades. For more information contact Cathy Lewis.
400 empty paper towel tubes are needed for summer church camp. Please drop yours by the church office. Thank you!!
At the 10:45 a.m. service on Sunday, March 15, we will worship together in the Life Center.
A special offering will be taken on Sunday, March 15. Your gifts lay the foundation to all of UMCOR's (United Methodist Committee on Relief) work by covering the cost of doing business. This allows 100% of your designated donations to get to those who need them most because UMCOR's basic expenses are covered.
Celebrate Palm Sunday with us March 29 at the 8:30 a.m. service in the Sanctuary, or the 10:45 a.m. Reunion service in the Sanctuary. The Cherub's Palm Procession will take place at the 10:45 a.m. service, along with special music by the Kid's and Cherub's Choirs.
A light breakfast for all women in the church, designed to prepare our hearts for Holy Week, will be held in the Narthex on Tuesday, March 31 at 7 a.m. The entire breakfast is held in silence where you can reflect on devotions which will be provided. Communion will be served. All women are encouraged to attend.
April is our church's month to deliver Meals on Wheels. If you can help with deliveries one or more days, please sign up on the sheet located at the Narthex Welcome Center.
Hungry Harry is very, very hungry for canned soup and Ramen noodles, as well as plastic and large paper bags (HELP uses 700 sacks per week). Look for Harry's blue face and large, easy-to-feed tummy in the Narthex and outside the Youth Center. All goods go to HELP, Inc. to serve the community.