To register go to https://okcamps.campbrainregistration.com Cost for these camps vary. For Scholarship help check with Pastor Shana Dry.
There are many opportunities for Summer camps you can find those at https://okcamps.org/
To register for Camp contact Toni Felts through the Church office at (918)456-6141
We will be serving at Kingdom House and taking in all what St. Louis has to offer.
Questions contact Jayme at firstname.lastname@example.org
From our UMW.
Yea, I bought a new pair of scissors today for our work night Monday evening(April 9) at 6 p.m. in the upstairs quilting room. I have a sad history of scissors getting used to cut paper and such. When the kids were at home, I asked for some good scissors for Christmas so I could have some just for sewing. When I opened the package, they had bought left handed scissors which were not too useful for a right handed person. Now I finally have a good pair!
Our project for tomorrow night is to start cutting material from patterns that Peggy Williams has made for our daysforgirls project. We will be making 50 kits with sanitary pads that are reusable for girls who are missing school because of their menstrual periods. We will be cutting material tomorrow night. Peggy has made an example of what we will be making, so it will begin making sense to all of us. Please bring your scissors to the quilting room to help.
We will also be needing girls underwear and zip lock baggies. You can check this attachment from Peggy to see what all we will need.
Here is the attachment.
DAYS FOR GIRLS PROJECT
Goal: 50 complete kits
Fabric Guidelines: Bright colorful, pretty, washable fabric. Do not use anything with animals, reptiles, war, camouflage, glam, bugs, knives or anything culturally-specific. Florals and geometrics are best.
Kit includes 3 sewn items:
3. Bag that contains items
Shield – 2 per kit (100)
Snaps size 16
Liner – 8 per kit (400)
100% cotton flannel – need to pre-wash-Bright and colorful as possible to minimize stains showing
½ inch or 5/8 inch twill tape. Do not use tiny cording or sting. Needs to be washable and durable
Other items included in kit are:
1. 1 travel-size soap
2. 1 washcloth
3. 2 pairs of panties (Girl’s size 10-14)
4. 2 one-gallon size Ziploc freezer bags (non-zipper/slider)
“Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can for as long as you can.” ~John Wesley”
At Tahlequah First United Methodist Church we are taking this quote seriously. While working in conjunction with other churches and community ministries, we are giving the students k thru 5th grade of our community a safe and structured place to be during the teacher walk outs.
We will open our doors from 8am to 5pm beginning Tuesday April 3. Breakfast and lunch will be served. During the day students will be participating in a rotational program of bible story time, arts and crafts, movie time, recreation, and a community service project (it is never too soon to teach our children and youth the beauty of making our little corner of the world better).
CHILDREN MUST BE REGISTERED! If you would like your child to participate please fill out the registration form below.
We have to cap it at 50 students due to size of space and workers available.
Cost is Free.
Students k thru 5th grade
Learn more about On-Line Giving by watching this video.
Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent. It marks the beginning of a period of reflection and penance. In the Bible, sprinkling oneself with ashes was traditionally a sign of one’s sorrow for having committed sins. In the Christian tradition, Ash Wednesday also marked the beginning of preparation for the understanding of the death and resurrection of Christ. The particular symbolism of ashes for this day comes from a practice in the Roman Catholic churches in which the ashes from the palms used in the preceding year’s Palm Sunday celebration are blessed. With these ashes, the priest on the first day of Lent marks a cross on the forehead of each worshiper. This practice has become a part of Ash Wednesday services in many United Methodist Churches. So start your Lenten journey off right by joining us Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. for our Ash Wednesday Service.
Book Cost: Daily Workbook $9.00 Campion Reader $7.00
Books can be purchased through the office.
George Warren and Ashley Franks
Sunday School Class
Sunday Nights 5:00 p.m.
Led by Cody Robinson
Wednesday Nights 6:00 p.m.
Led by Pastor Matt Franks
If you want to lead your own group or you plan on attending one please speak to Pastor Matt
Hi, my name is Jayme Hayes. I graduated from Fort Gibson High School in 2016. I am 21 years old. I attend Northeastern State University where I am currently double majoring in Special Education and Elementary education. My home church was Muskogee First United Methodist. I love all things that have to do with pugs, coffee, and Harry Potter. I am very excited for this new opportunity and cannot wait to make new memories with this awesome group!
See you Wednesday Night Feb. 7th at 5:30 p.m.
You can connect with me at email@example.com