8:30 - Worship
9:30 - Coffee Fellowship
9:45 - Discipleship/Sunday School for all age
10:30 - Coffee Fellowship
10:45 - Worship with the Praise Band
12:00 - Fellowship Feast (first Sunday of each month)
Supervised Nursery available from 8–noon each Sunday for children up to age five.
Check the Welcome Center for Guest Name Tags or to request a permanent Name Tag for yourself.
Permanent Nametags are available for everyone. Please wear yours so that others can get to know you. To request a permanent nametag, indicate that on your attendance sheet or sign up at the Welcome Center. Temporary nametags are also available at the Welcome Center. Note that new nametags are in alphabetical order.
How to Find Us
We are located at the corner of Sunny Acres Road and South Mahomet Road in Mahomet, Illinois.
Happenings for the First Sunday of the Month
Sunday, September 7 at Noon
Roasted Red Potatoes
Bring non perishable food and paper products for Helping Hands.
Place your items in the grocery cart.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY DIAPER TREE
Bring paper diapers, oinment or wipes for the Champaign County Diaper Tree.
W.O.W. (Wonderful Outreach Wednesdays)
Resumes September 10, 2014
Right now, there are two things that you can encourage people in response:
1. Pray for those affected by the storm and those that will respond.
2. Take up a special offering for IGRC Disaster Response (Advance Special #6800). Please do not designate a particular area for your offering, enabling the conference to provide funding where and when it is needed.
Iroquois River District Superintendent In-Sook Hwang and Ron Monroe, who is experienced in disaster response, will be in Gifford today (Monday, Nov 15). More than 30 homes were destroyed in Gifford. No confirmed deaths as of yet, 2 people injured, 20 homes completely destroyed, 200 homes damaged. County Health Care and Rehab Center in Gifford is a shelter. Power is still out in Gifford, so a generator is being run at the Lutheran Church in Gifford where soup and sandwiches will be served starting today. Because of the potential of downed power lines and gas leaks, the town is closed to general access.
Rantoul First UMC has opened an emergency drop-off center in the Gathering Place, which opened at 8 a.m. The church has already received food, water, cleaning and hygiene supplies, diapers, toilet paper, blankets and clothing as people are sharing through social media that they can bring stuff to us. They have also received some cash donations that we will be sure goes directly to providing material needs of the people as supervised by the pastors there and/or local officials.