April 27, 2014
2nd Sunday of Easter
People" Pat Ferrell
“A Song of Trust and Security in God” ~Psalm 16
“The Walk to Emmaus”
May 1-4, 2014- Kairos Weekend in Sterling
May 3 & 17, 2014-
Hair Cuts 4 Humankindness
Haircuts 4 Humankindness offers free haircuts to low income families in the
Windsor and Severance area.
Haircuts are offered on the 1st on 3rd Saturday of the month from 9a.m. to
12p.m. at First United Methodist Church 503 Walnut St. Windsor, CO.
Haircuts are by appointment only!
Clients will need to use the East side entrance to the church. Contact Kerry to
set an appointment: e-mail @
email@example.com or call the First
United Methodist Church at 970-686-2368. Clients will be discretely asked for
verification of residency in Windsor or Severance as well as income
May 4, 2014-
Cinco De Mayo Lunch 11:30 a.m.
Come support our Youth. All proceeds will be used to help fund their mission
trip to San Diego in June.
$7.00 Adults ($8.00 at the door)
$4.00 child ($5.00 at the door)
Menu: Enchiladas, Taco Bar, Dessert
May 10, 2014-
5:30 p.m. Potluck
Childcare will be provided
Sundays at 10 am
Adult Sunday School -
Children's Sunday School - 10-11 am
Middle High Sunday School - 10-11 am
Fellowship & Refreshments - Sundays 11:15-11:45
Fifth Sunday Pot Luck - 11:15-12:30
Ladies Bible Study - 12:30 pm Tuesdays
led by Vera Chipman
- Sundays at 9-10 am
led by Bruce Hyink
Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Volunteers are needed to distribute sandbags in Larimer County in the
event spring runoff causes flooding.
The Long Term Recovery Group of Larimer County is preparing for spring runoff. Seeking
on call volunteers
willing to respond and sandbag affected areas along the Big Thompson River and Little
Thompson River. If you are
interested, please contact Kaitie Fancher with Volunteers of America at
970-472-9630, e mail
firstname.lastname@example.org or Deb Campbell with UMCOR at 303 532 7563,
~Volunteer Project Assessors needed to assist Weld
Recovers (Weld County’s long term recovery group for the 2013 floods) evaluate
project sites. Weld Recovers is working to help individuals and families
that need assistance recovering from last year’s flood. Most of them have
some type of damage to their homes or property. In order to bring the
right resources to bear, we need skilled volunteers to go to the property,
assess the situation and develop a work plan to address the issues. This is
where we need help. We need individuals that have some construction or
home repair experience to assess home and property damage, outline the steps,
equipment and skills required to repair or reconstruct and then manage the
project to completion. Training will be provided by UMCOR. If you
would like to help with this aspect of the flood recovery, please contact Deb
Campbell, Volunteer Coordinator, at email@example.com or 303 532-7563.