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september 13

 

Beth Moore Event

On September 13, 2014, there will be a “Beth Moore Living Proof Ministries” live simulcast event held at New Covenant United Methodist Church. Beth Moore will be broadcasting from Fort Wayne, Indiana. It will be a full day event taking place from 9:15 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The cost will be $25 and will include a conti- nental breakfast. Lunch will be on your own during a 90 minute break.

Tickets are available on line at www.newcovenantumc-fl.org. Tickets will also be available on Sundays during church hours at New Covenant UMC. They will NOT be available at the New Covenant UMC at any other time. Contact Carol Johnson (352-259-5225) or caj945@comcast.net with any questions. 

 
september 20

 

The Great American 60’s Bash
Where Sock Hop and Woodstock Come Together

Operation Homebound presents The Great American 60’s Bash – Where Sock Hop and Woodstock Come Together.

Please join us at the Savannah Center in the theatre on Saturday, September 20, from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. as we have fun and also raise funds for our clients and the program.

The band, The Sixties, has graciously offered to play the event at no charge. If you haven’t heard them on one of the squares, try to, they are really wonderful!

Tickets will be available in the North Lake kitchen in August. Come by and see us!

 
september 27

 

Stephen Ministry Training

Your Stephen Ministry Team is offering a training session beginning Sept. 27. ‚ÄčIf you feel the Lord leading you to this ministry, please contact Tom Miller (352-751-5136) or Pastor Stull in the church office (753-8484).

Learn more about Stephen Ministry here.

 
october 10-11

 

Women of Faith Tour

October 10-11, 2014 is "WOMEN OF FAITH" TIME. Tickets are purchased, rooms are reserved, and we are ready for a wonderful "REVIVAL TOUR". The fee is

$123.00 for your 2 day pass to the Amway Center and your hotel room at the Hampton Inn Universal. This year we will be car pooling and plans are to stop for dinner along the way. Tickets are still available but going quickly. Registration forms are available at the information center. If you have any questions, contact Lynn Miller at 751-5136. 

 

 

Christian    Food    Pantry    Needs    Help

Thank you for your support of the Christian Food Pantry. In July we helped 469 families representing about 1300 individuals. It is unfortunate so many in our area are in need but wonderful that people like you are willing to give a helping hand. We are still in need of the following: People to transport the food collected at NLPC the first Sunday of each month from church to the pantry. Volunteer teams would work together every other month. We have three individuals or couples already signed on but would like three more couples if possible. In the past the food is loaded and transported following the beginning of the tird service but could be done following the third service if necessary. Please respond to this email to christianfoodpantry@gmail.com or call Carrol Neal at the pantry: 352-259-0788. Thank you for your continued support. May God bless you and yours.

Please contact Carrol Neal at 259-0788 between 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 

 

Holy Grounds Coffee Bar

Holy Grounds needs help for about 1-2 hours on Sunday mornings to help with getting the cookies out and coffee made. This is a great opportunity to meet your old friends and meet some new ones. It is great fun! Contact Toni Miller at 352-307-0774 or petentoni@gmail.com

 

Operation   Homebound   Volunteers   Needed

Due to many of our members going north and some medical situations that have arisen we are in need of substitute drivers on al days (Monday - Friday). In addition, route 17 on Monday and route 9 on Friday each need 2 permanent drivers.

As many of you know those who drive get more from the clients than they give; it's a very rewarding way to spend a couple of hours each week to help those who are unable to cook for themselves.

A caregiver said to me a couple of weeks ago that he felt like receiving meals cut 25% from his daily caregiving duties. That's amazing...and reinforced how important OBH is to those who are shut in.

If you would like to help please contact Vickie Ruddell in the kitchen at 352-753-8484 or 352-409-0562 or come by and we can chat.
 


Love  INC   Volunteers   Needed

With the snowbirds going north for the summer, we are in need of men and women volunteers in all areas, Centsible Furnishings, Clearing House and Warehouse. For more informationplease contact Betty Lint at 751-7185 or Char Zientara at 750-9864.


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Worship Times:

Traditional Worship:
Sunday
8:30 am
11:15 am

Contemporary Worship
Sunday
9:45 am

Childcare provided at all services.

Mission Statement:

To worship and glorify God with joy and enthusiasm, and to encourage others to draw closer to Him.

Worship Messages:

View messages from past NLPC worship services here.

Service Times & Directions

Traditional Worship

Sunday Morning: 8:30 am

Sunday Morning: 11:15 am

Contemporary Worship

Sunday Morning: 9:45 am

Childcare provided at all services.

Church Office Hours

Monday thru Thursday: 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Friday: 8:30 am-12:00 pm

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Lady Lake, FL 32159
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