Look for the cart in the sanctuary on May 28th and help local families with food insecurities overcome that challenge. Sewickley Community Food Bank opens its doors on Wednesdays from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm to distribute food to those in need in and around the 15143 zip code. With the school year coming to an end, consider foods that might provide breakfast and lunch to children who normally receive those meals at school.
When you give generously on Native American Ministries Sunday, you equip seminary students who will honor and celebrate Native American culture in their ministries. You empower congregations to find fresh, new ways to minister to their communities with Christ’s love.
ATLM is dedicated to offering our brothers and sisters in Christ who live with a disability a space in which to foster relationships and build community. The faith-based, specialized Lake Erie fishing experiences can be life-changing stepping-stones on the road to independence for the guests.
In order to discuss upcoming outreach ministries, Outreach will meet on Sunday, May 7th, following the Traditional Worship Service. Light lunch will be provided. Whether you are an official committee member or an interested congregation member, you are encouraged to attend.
I stood in the doorway as he walked down the steps with his head hung low. As he walked down the sidewalk I heard him begin to sob, and between sobs, I could hear him cry, “I just want to go home! I just want to go home, and no one will help me.”
John’s story of the first Easter is vivid, rich, and full of fascinating details. In John, the little things, the details, are often pregnant with meaning. There is an interesting detail in John’s Easter account—everyone was busy running.
Each month, the SUMC Witness Committee is challenging our congregation to live their faith more fully every day. We begin by challenging you to share things you love about SUMC with others, particularly through social media.