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6554 Cowles Mountain Blvd. San Diego, CA 92119
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Rev. Martha T. Wingfield S E N I O R M I N I S T E R
Rev. Diane Davis A S S O C I A T E M I N I S T E R
Rev. Greg LaDue A S S O C I A T E M I N I S T E R
THE MISSION OF SAN CARLOS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
To Make Disciples of Jesus Christ
for the Transformation of the World.
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Volume 20 AUGUS T 2 0 1 7 Issue 08
Vacation Bible School We had so much fun last year...
were doing it again this year!
July 31st - August 4th
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Rev. Martha T. Wingfield [email protected]
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In the cyclical life of our church, August means two things to me Vacation Bible School and Labor for Your Neighbor. Both programs take us out in mission to our community in the greatest numbers and with the most focused intentionality.
I have been around VBS my whole life. I remember the fun I had as a child attending it. We lived next door to the church and how exciting it was to have so many kids around the church during the week! As a mom, I looked forward every year to when my two children would rummage through their dressers looking for t-shirts to use for that years
iron-on decal. In all the churches I have served, I have been surprised to see the adults who enthusiastically show up to take part, some of them using vacation time to share their gifts and talents for the good of the children. But in 30 years of being a VBS groupie, I have never been part of a VBS that is as big as the San Carlos program. Regularly, we serve about 125 kids with the help of over 70 volunteers. In this transition year as the leadership passes from Kim Ports to Diane Davis, I want to express our thanks to Kim for building such a fantastic program that keeps kids and their families coming back every year.
No sooner do we get the glitter out of the pews and wash the sidewalk chalk off the patio than we are gearing up to put our faith in action through Labor For Your Neighbor. As of this writing, the first week after the Kick Off, 124 people have signed up and already a couple of projects are full. The excitement about this opportunity for fellowship and service continues to grow each year. The reason for that is that this ministry enables us to respond with gratitude and helpfulness for the blessings we know in our fellowship of faith. On Labor For Your Neighbor Sunday, August 20th, we will have a special service and share stories of what it means to be a faithful neighbor. Many thanks to Jeanne Bauer, Tiffany Brewer, Susanne Brookens, Max Gresoro, Phyllis Horst, Jeanne Johnson, Judi Laslo, Carol Lockwood, Cathy McGinnis, Donna Norris, Marge Thompson, and Steve Thompson for their year of service to this project.
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Senior Min ister
Rev. Martha Wingfield
Dear Church Family,
We are excited to present our Sunday, August 6th VBS Worship Service for Everyone (even if you didnt come to VBS!) This year, the 10:00 am service will be an actual worship service, including a celebration of our amazing week at Vacation Bible School. Well share the Bible point lessons we learned each day of VBS:
Day 1 God made you Day 2 God is for you. Day 3 God is always with you. Day 4 God will always love you. Day 5 God made you for a reason.
The children and their leaders will lead us in their favorite VBS Songs. Rev. Diane Davis will help us dive a little deeper into a few of the Bible stories. We will offer prayers for our world and celebrate the money raised for shoes for the Haitian refugee community. Come
experience the exciting ministry being done for the community in your name. Youll leave saying Wow God! and singing Oh Happy Day. I hope youll join us.
After church, join us for a pizza and waterslide party on the preschool playground. (We make every effort to keep the pizza off the waterslide!) Feeling brave? Bring your swimsuit! The hardest part for me is hoisting myself up the steps! Hope to see you there!
If you would like to receive communion on Sunday, August 6th, be sure to attend the 8:30 service. Our own Certified Lay Leader, Carolyn Ingram, will be preaching and Rev. Greg LaDue will offer communion.
In Joy and Gratitude,
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TUESDAY N IGHT ADULT STUDIES 6:30 pm in the Sanctuary
Who is My Neighbor?
Cultivating Community in Diverse America
Through their Eyes: Experiences of Mexican Immigrants in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Tuesday, September 5th
The next selection in the Who is My Neighbor? series will be Through their Eyes: Experiences of Mexican Immigrants in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This is a thesis written by Kathryn Ebben while she was at the College of St. Benedict/Saint Johns University. The impetus for the thesis was centered on the ministry of St. Willebrords Parish to the substantial influx of Hispanic immigrants. By presenting the life histories of several of the Hispanic residents of Green Bay, Ebben hoped to promote understanding between the immigrant and non-immigrant communities, enable these immigrants to have the chance to tell their sto-ries, and work to build a positive peace in the community.
This material is available at the Welcome Table on Sundays and in the church office during the week. A $5.00 donation will help defray the cost of publication. This book will be discussed on September 5th at 6:30 pm in the Sanctuary. Sign up now on our website or at the Welcome Table on Sundays.
KIM PORTSKIM PORTSKIM PORTSKIM PORTS Director o f
Membership & Soc ia l Just ice Min is t r ies
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Open hearts. Open minds. Open rehearsals?!? Yes! I have decided to open all of our music rehearsals to anyone who may want to get a behind the scenes look at how each group prepares and rehearses for their worship leadership roles here at SCUMC. Maybe you just want to see what each group does every week or two. Maybe you think a certain group just sits down and sings a song through for the first time and thats it! (Let me assure you that this is NOT the case!) Maybe some of you have actually considered joining one of the groups but dont want to make the commitment without a bit more information regarding our rehearsal techniques. Why, some of you may just want to stop by for the pure entertainment value! Whatever your reasoning may be, please plan to stop by and see the love and dedication that our musicians put into sharing their God-given talents with you week in and week out. Please note that the choirs are off for the month of August so the following schedule will be in effect starting in September.
The Kings Men meet every Wednesday at 5:45 pm. The Celebration choir meets from 6:45 to 8:45 pm every Wednesday. Higher Ground meets the 1st and 3rd Mondays from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. The Concert Band meets the 1st and 3rd Mondays from 5:30 to 6:45 pm. All of these rehearsals are in the Sanctuary. The Bell Tones meet every Tuesday from 6:30 to 7:45 pm in room 103.
Please stop by. You might see these groups in an entirely different light. Who knows? You might even be called by God to join us! I would love to have you join us for our Christmas Concert season! Hope to see you soon.
In His Service,
J EFF MJEFF MJEFF MJEFF M CCCC CONNELLCONNELLCONNELLCONNELL Director o f Music
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Ive been a member of SCUMC for almost 40 years. During that time Ive weathered many of the same trials as others in our church. Ive lost loved ones - gone through a divorce - been laid off experienced health issues and retired. In spite of not having family in the area, through every one of those trials I felt safe and loved because my CHURCH FAMILY WAS HERE. As I faced the difficult times I was encouraged, hugged and held up in prayer. I was NEVER alone.
Im not sure if I can explain how I feel about our church other than to say it is my family. No matter what happens to me I know the church will be there for support. That knowledge has filled me with such gratitude that I knew I needed to give something back. I needed to make sure our church would be able to offer the same support I received to others. The only practical way for me to do that was to donate to the Cornerstone Fund, our churchs endowment program. That said, I have arranged for a portion of my estate to go to the church. I know those funds will be used to further the churchs mission and I know future members will receive the same love and care I have experienced.
Perhaps you too are grateful for what SCUMC has done for you and your loved ones. If you want to turn that gratitude into action, please consider adding the church to your estate plans. No matter the type or size of your gift it can help our churchs future. Every gift counts.
If you are interested in receiving information on the Cornerstone Fund please contact me or the church office. Well be glad to answer your questions and provide printed information. Thank you.
Pat MacLean, Cornerstone Society Chair
[email protected] (619) 461-8168
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Each year, at our Labor for Your Neighbor Event, a group of dedicated volunteers donate their time, as well as their money, to provide sack lunches for use by Presbyterian Urban Ministries in its outreach to the homeless. They would like to put together at least 500 sack lunches this year. With your help, they can make it happen. The items required are specific. We will be highlighting three or four items at a time. If possible, please purchase as many of the items as you can and drop them off in the donation box at the Community Outreach table on or before August 6th. Be sure to mark your donations for the Sack Lunches project.
Brown or White Lunch Bags, Fiber One Protein Bars, Bumble Bee Tuna Salad Kits with Crackers, Fruit Snacks, Juice Boxes, Peanut Butter & Crackers, Cheese & Crackers
UMW TOTE BAGS
The San Carlos United Methodist Women will be selling their new tote bags on the patio, Sunday, August 27th. If you missed purchasing bags when they were sold in June, or if you find you could use a few more bags, they will be available for $6.00 for one bag or $10.00 for two bags. All proceeds go to support UMW mission projects. We appreciate your sup-port.
Help those in need by purchasing as many items as you can and drop them off at the Community Outreach table on August 6th. All donated food benefits the Good Neighbor Center.
Please check expiration dates. Expired food must be thrown away.
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Sunday | August 6th | Community Outreach Table
Cereal/Oatmeal: large boxes, boxes of individual servings or packets.
Canned fruit: pears, peaches, fruit cocktail Canned vegetables: green beans, corn, peas,
tomatoes, spinach, potatoes, carrots Soup: cans, boxes or cups of soup Crackers: saltines, Ritz, Goldfish Juice: boxes, cans, individual servings No Glass Containers, Please!
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CALLING ALL ARTISTS!
An exciting component of this years stewardship campaign is a congregation-wide Art Festival. This celebration of creativity and artistic expression will be held in Fellowship Hall on the weekend of October 7th 8th. The theme of the campaign and the festival is, Spirit, Open My Heart, and artists will be invited to contribute a statement about their source of inspiration and nurture in the creative process. An all-church Artists Reception will be held on Saturday, October 7th from 4:00 - 6:00 pm with light refreshments served.
Entry to the festival is open to all ages in our congregation and limited to one entry per person. All forms of artistic expression are welcome but due to display capabilities, size of entries is limited to 3 by 3.
To register to participate in the show, please pick up a registration form in the church office and return it by September 6th. Art may be delivered to the church between October 3rd - 5th and must be picked up on the afternoon of October 8th. Look for more information coming soon!
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I just wanted to follow up and say thank you again for the prayer quilt. It turned out great and I know it will bring peace of mind to my friend and his family during this dark time. Please thank the ladies who made the quilt as well.
We thank you all for the wonderful tribute to us in the worship service for our artistic contributions. The kind words from Rev. Martha and Carolyn Ingram were particularly meaningful. Over the years we have, of course, had much help. The Fixer Uppers were always there for us and we had a group of willing helpers who were available when we called. It has been a joy to express ourselves artistically and contribute to the worship services of our beloved church.
With loving thanks,
Chris Hildebrand & Marian Laret
Dear San Carlos UMC,
Thank you so much for the prayer quilt. It has brought me both spiritual and physical comfort.
With loving thanks,
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Sunday | September 10 | 11:00 am | Fellowship Hall
To my beautiful church family,
Thank you so much for the welcomed prayers, cards and my beautiful prayer quilt. I am so appreciative, and it did the job, but even more so, it made me more appreciative of my church family.
Help us welcome fall with some of your favorite autumnal dishes, and plenty of A/C! We may not have the brisk weather we'd like, but we can still celebrate the season. We'll offer chili (plus pizza for the kids) and invite you to bring your favorite fall salad, cornbread or dessert. We'll have water play outside for the kids and something fun for the grown-ups too! You can sign up to attend, bring a dish or help with the event on our website or at the Welcome Table on Sundays in August. Bring on the pumpkin pie!
W E L C O M E
Mark Joseph Barrera
July 12, 2017
Son of Kathryn Barrera, San Carlos UMC music accompanist, and her
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Back-to-School Backpack Drive
Anyone who does anything to help a child is a hero to me.
- Mr. (Fred) Rogers
Each summer we ask you to donate backpacks and school supplies to children in need at Jefferson Elementary School in North Park, one of our partnership schools. Because of your generosity, we have given more than 500 backpacks to Jefferson Elementary School in the past decade.
Recently we established another school partnership here in San Carlos. Gage Elementary School enrolls an average of 400+ students a year. More than 50% of those students are eligible for free or reduced lunches, and just like Jefferson Elementary School, many parents struggle to afford basic school supplies for their children.
This year, instead of our usual goal of providing 50 backpacks, we want to step out in faith and double our efforts by providing 100 backpacks with school supplies.
Because back-to-school supply sales have already begun, this is the perfect time to start collecting those backpacks and school supplies! You may pick up a list of needed supplies at the Community Outreach Table on Sunday mornings. The list will be updated weekly as donations come in. Please help us meet our 100-backpack goal!
If you would prefer not to shop, but would still like to donate, please make your checks payable to San Carlos UMC noting "Voyagers Backpacks" on the memo line and we will do the shopping for you!
We will collect backpacks, school supplies and donations from now until August 14th. The students and the teachers at Gage Elementary School and Jefferson Elementary School really appreciate this effort. Thanks so much!
Barbara Anderson Voyagers
SALVATION ARMY Small Jars of Peanut Butter
The Salvation Army wel-comes our help in continu-ing to provide 16 oz. jars of peanut butter for the food bags they distribute to the downtown homeless.
On Sunday, August 13th, bring 16 oz. jars of peanut butter and place them in the Donation box located by the Community Outreach table on the church patio.
This is an ongoing Service Team project of the Friday Womens Prayer Breakfast Group. Thank you for your support.
If you are new to San Carlos or are interested in finding out what it means to be a member of our church family, we invite you to join Rev. Wingfield and other church leaders on Sunday, September 17th, for a light lunch in Room 101 downstairs at 11:15 am. Childcare is available by reservation. Contact the church office at (619) 464-4331 or [email protected] for more information or to make your reservation.
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Thank you all so much for the very warm welcome Ive received as I start my new appointment here at San Carlos UMC. I am looking forward to getting to know you all better and to partner with you in our common journey of faith. Please know that my door is always open and I am always open to meeting with you.
VBS Celebration - August 6th, 11:00 am Mark your calendars! Each year we wind up VBS with our Giant Water Slide party. Even if you couldnt make it to VBS, everyone is welcome to the party. In addition to the giant waterslide, we have a mini waterslide and wading pools for the littles. Lunch for all. You dont want to miss this!
Summer Sunday School at the Movies! This summer we will be viewing portions of our favorite movies. With film clips, games,
and crafts, we will see how God can speak to us in many ways.
August 06 - VBS Celebration August 13 - Trolls: The power of confidence. (Hebrews 10:35) August 20 - Pocahontas: God is invisible, with us. (Acts 2:1-4) August 27 - Dumbo: Faith to Fly. (Matthew 19:26)
Sunday School Teacher Training - August 13th, 11:15 am, Room 20 On Sunday, August 13th, from 11:15 am to 12:30 pm, we will offer Sunday School teacher training for all par-ents, grandparents or young adults interested in helping with Sunday school this next year as teachers or assis-tants. Our hope is to develop teams that will teach one Sunday a month. Come join us and hear just how you can make a difference in the lives of our children. We will also have a make-up meeting on Sunday, September 3rd for those that cannot attend the August 13th meeting. Please RSVP to Diane at [email protected]
Faith and Family Sundays - August 13th & 27th, 11:15 am The kids stay in Fellowship Hall and play, while the adults meet in the Fireside Room for some grown-up time. We will embark on a new study using Adam Hamiltons Making Sense of the Bible. Purchase the book, start reading the first 50 pages, and come prepared for a lively discussion!
Youth Group Fall Parent Meeting - August 20th, 4:30 pm
Well meet on Sunday, August 20th, in the Youth Building as we prepare to launch our Middle School and High School youth programs for fall. Come and hear what we have planned for the rest of the year and get to know our leaders and other parents of youth.
Backpack Blessing - Sunday, September 3rd, 10:00 am
On Sunday, September 3rd, during the 10:00 am worship service, all children, teachers and school administrators are asked to bring their bookbags, backpacks and briefcases to worship so we can bless them and get this new school year off to a good start.
Sunday School Kick-Off - Sunday, September 10th, 10:00 am Worship Service
During the 10:00 am worship service, we will dedicate our Sunday school teachers for the 2017/2018 school year. After the 10:00 am service, come to Fellowship Hall for the Flavors of Fall all-church luncheon where well enjoy a great meal together and water play for the kids. Bring your swimsuits, kids! Sign up to attend, bring a dish or help with the event on our website or at the Welcome Table Sundays in August.
Sunday Night Youth Group Kick-Off - Sunday, September 10th, Youth Building
On Sunday evening, September 10th, SCUMC will launch its new Middle & High School UMYF Youth Groups! New night new groups! We have a number of students moving up to join our Middle School team, and for the first time in some years, we are excited to offer a High School group for kids grades 9 - 12. The Middle School group will meet from 4:00 to 5:30 pm, with the High School group gathering from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. From 5:30 - 6:00 pm well all come together for music, and on the first Sunday of the month, dinner. For more information, email [email protected]
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Summer is here! And the kids are keeping busy! This summer were combining fun and fellowship with service and custodianship of the earth. That came in the form of Beach Clean-Ups (see picture), with the youth showing up first thing in the morning at Crystal Pier and picking up trash and debris along the beach, before enjoying some quality beach hang out time. Also, the youth served in a Loaves & Fishes Take Over, during which the youth took primary responsibility in their monthly service to distribute food to those in need, giving their co-volunteers a week off. This was followed by a trip to Sky Zone trampoline park. Theres a lot more to come this summer a Padres game, trip to Belmont park, VBS, Night Hikes and of course we have our weekly district beach trips, every Thursday; its shaping up to be a great summer!
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Vacation Bible School - July 31st - August 4th, 8:30 am - 11:30am Youth are invited to volunteer during our week of Vacation Bible School. Crew leaders and station assistants are needed. Contact Kim Ports at [email protected] for more info!
Padre Game - Tuesday, August 1st, 6:30 pm - late Come out and support the Padres as they take on the Twins on Taco Tuesday at Petco Park - RSVP needed for this one so we can purchase tickets together! The Game starts at 7:10 pm, so well be meeting at the church at 6:30 pm. As you cant tell how long a game will last, well be texting for pick up. It will be around 10 or 10:30 pm.
Night Hike - Tuesday, August 8th, 7:00 - 9:00 pm As the summer starts winding down, we take time for a gentle stroll around Pacific Beach and Bay at sunset. Well be taking it easy and hiking from 7:30- 8:30 pm (right at sunset!)
District DAB/NAB -Thursday, August 10th, 9:00 am - 8:30 pm Last DAB/NAB of the summer. Meet at church at 9:00 am, pick up at 8:30 pm! Again, bring your own lunch or bring money to go into town. Well provide hot dogs and smores for dinner! RSVP by August 4th. For more information contact Dave Bramley at [email protected]
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