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Special Christmas Services: Sunday, Dec. 15th, 10 AM, Choir Christmas Cantata. Sunday, Dec. 22nd, 10 AM, Children’s Christmas Service. Tuesday, Dec. 24th, 7 PM, Christmas Eve Candlelight Service.

December 8th will be Sweater Sunday! Don your finest Christmas sweater for service – and  bring  new or gently used sweaters to be donated to local charities. 

We will be adopting  families for the Christmas season. Tags for needed items will be available in the Narthex December 1st. 

Help us to decorate our Sanctuary for Christmas with your poinsettia orders. You may order poinsettias in memory or in honor of someone or to the glory of God! Cost for Poinsettias is $7.00. Order Deadline is Dec. 16th. Order forms will be available in our bulletins on Dec. 1st, 8th & 15th. You may also go to the forms section of the website to get one. Thank you!

CB Civic Association will be selling luminaries in front of our church on Dec. 14th, 10 AM – 2 PM. The kits are $5 and there are 10 sets in each bag. Contact Chelsie Johnson for more info johnsonc2009@gmail.com. Thank you for your support for the community programs the Civic Association provides for our children.

Barnes & Noble Fundraiser for Night to Shine. Thursday, Dec. 19th, 8AM—10 PM. Find some lovely gifts for your holiday shopping and a portion of your purchases that day will be donated to benefit Night to Shine! We will also wrap your gifts for you! We are looking for volunteers to help us wrap. Peggy Vavrina has a sign up sheet in the back of the church or you may contact Peggy Vavrina to help.

Church Women United, Home for the Holidays: CWU’s Chrismon Tree will be on display at Roberson Museum throughout the Holiday Season. Chairpersons: Karen Holman & Sharon Kopalek.

Woman Of Faith conference: Would you like to attend? Fri. May 29th-Sat. May 30th 2020 @ Clarke Summit University called LYFE (Living Your Faith Everyday)! Includes workshops, music, & speaker Sheila Walsh! Topic: Incomplete & It’s Okay; Speaker: Sheila Walsh; Cost: $155 includes overnight stay & all meals. Contact Michelle Stoll for more info.

Knitting for the Lord has prayer shawls & prayer blankets available for those in need please contact Sue Alcott or Lynne Masland if you know of someone in need. 

Knitting for the Lord is once again accepting machine washable yarn. Thank you for all of your help & support in our missions.

Maines Give Back Program Fundraiser: For every twenty (20) dollars spent, our church receives $1.00. Obtain your Maines membership card application from the church secretary Monday – Thursday 8 AM – 1 PM or email: chenbridgeumc@outlook.com or from this website under the forms section. You may also apply directly at Maines store. If you do this please give us your name so that we may add you to our list. Thank you!

Fund Raiser for First United Methodist Church of Chenango Bridge.     Present this advertisement (below) and 10% of all work done will be donated to the church. For all questions and appointments please contact Quality Steam Cleaning. (You may also find this coupon in the back of the church or contact the church office.

For all questions or appointments contact Quality Steam Cleaning.

Pot Luck Luncheon Following the Worship Service the 4th Sunday of each month. Please bring a dish to pass & join us in fellowship hall for the luncheon!

Welcome Sunday/Pot Luck, Volunteers needed to sign up to help out. This is the 4th Sunday of each month. There is a sign up sheet in fellowship hall for those of you that would like to help out. Thank you.

Coffee Hour: Volunteers Needed! Nothing fancy just light refreshments & coffee needed. Sign up sheet by the refreshments. Thank you in advance for your help.

Trustees Project Board in the back of the Narthex for those of you that may want to sign up for projects or may wish to contribute to a project. Please contact Hudda Aswad if you have any questions. Thank you.

If you drop off items to the CRC room please leave your name & contact information for the ladies. Thank you for your help & assistance

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