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Ministry for Older Adults: Bingo! is back!

The Good Timers Bingo! originally scheduled for June 16th has been rescheduled for Wednesday, June 23rd at 1:00pm in Bailey Hall. Contact Pat at 912-882-4485 or email pgreen1946@gmail.com if you have any questions.
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Sunday School Classes

Sunday School Classes are available for children, youth, and adults, beginning at 9:30am. You are invited to visit a class or two and find your place in Sunday School. A full description of all the classes is available on our website www.stmarysumc.org.
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Families in Need of Assistance
 
There are two families in our congregation that are in need of some help with meals for their families while in the hospital and after returning home to recover from surgeries.
“Meal Train” links have been established for:
 
Ben & Lydia Parker & Family https://mealtrain.com/84ren2
 
Caroline Casey Benn & Family https://www.mealtrain.com/trains/ye0qdy
 
Please pray for the Parker Family and the Benn Family during this difficult and stressful time.

Readers Wanted

We are looking for volunteers to serve as Lay Liturgists during the 8:30am and 10:30am worship services. If you are interested in reading the scripture on Sunday mornings during either service or would like more information, please contact the church office at 912-882-5505 ext. 0 or email smumc@stmarysumc.org.
 
Helping Hands – FaithWorks
 
Helping Hands is a ministry of FaithWorks, partnering with St. Marys United Methodist Church. Hours of operation are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9 – 11:45am.
 
You can make donations to FaithWorks on their website faithworksministry.org and every dollar given from Camden County will be used here in Camden County. Food pantries can make the most out of cash donations as they have access to lower cost supplies than the general public. For example, the Feeding America reports that a gift of $10 can provide 50 meals!
 
Your donations of non-perishable items are always welcome. Please keep in mind that the most wanted needs tend to change so please call Helping Hands at 912-576-8105 to speak with someone who will explain what is most needed.