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Centerville United Methodist Church 478-953-3090  600 North Houston Lake Blvd, Centerville, GA 31028 FAX: (478) 953-4660 Email: cvilleumc@windstream.net
Sunday 8:30 & 10:30 am Sunday School 9:15 am Communion 1st Sundays
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Sharing Christ ... Sharing Hope ...Sharing Love!
UMW Circles meetings, held in Issues & Answers Classroom.  All women are encouraged to visit any: ------------------------------------- Miss Terry’s - Monday May 23d at 6:30pm ------------------------------------- Friendshp - Tuesday May 24th at 7:00pm ------------------------------------- Lynn-Pritchett - Thursday May 26th at 10:00am   ------------------------------------- UMM invites all men to join us on each first Tuesday   First Tuesday of each month  6:30pm  - often we go out to eat afterwards! --------------------------------------
Join the Friendship Circle ion Tuesday, May 24th at 7:00pm and hear tTian Foss. Tian  is the Executive Director position for Houston County Family Connections (previously known as Kids Journey).  June 5th will be Stephen and Sheri’s last Sunday.  Join us as we honor Stephen and his family on this day. After the last service (11:30), a luncheon will be held in their honor.  Meats are provided, bring your favorite side dishes.
Re-enacting the Scriptures When   Jesus   died   on   the   cross   and   ascended   to   heaven   he   left   with   us   the   presence   of his   Holy   Spirit.      This   spirit   is   that   which   reminds   us   of   his   teachings   and   which empowers   us   to   be   the   people   he   calls   us   to   be.      Our   surrendering   to   this   spirit   is   the high and holy calling of our lives. Baptism   and   Holy   Communion   are   the   two   sacraments   we   celebrate   in   the   United Methodist   Church.   These   are   actions   the   scriptures   call   upon   us,   the   whole   people   of God,   to   re-enact   and   in   so   doing,   the   Holy   Spirit   delivers   the   Grace   of   God   to   our lives.      These   two   sacraments,   one,   mark   us   as   Christian   Disciples   (Baptism)   and   two, give us the opportunity to renew our faith on a regular basis. We do not re-baptize.  Instead, we participate in Holy Communion.   Baptism marks us as a disciple.  Holy Communion helps to renew our Christian Commitment as a disciple.