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The Jubilate - First United Methodist Church

The Jubilate - First United Methodist Church

The Jubilate - First United Methodist

INVITATION TO ROMANS an 8-week study beginning January 27, 2010 It is difficult to overstate the importance of Romans in Christian tradition. Some of the great formers and reformers of church teaching were themselves formed by their reading of Romans. As a result, Paul’s teachings in Romans come to us mediated through the history of the church’s interpretations of his letter. The challenge of reading Romans, then, is to learn to have our own interpre- Thank you! Thank you! I really do think it was nice of you to send me the bag of goodies. I really do like it. Thanks so much, Madelyn Olson Thank you to those who were caroling. It was very nice. Clara Lee Thank you for my Christmas basket. The goodies were good, and I will enjoy the lotion. You are so thoughtful. With love! Arlena Butler Thank you for the 5 in one screwdriver, zucchini bread and candle. Eddie Powers Thank you Nurture/Care for the Christmas gift. It was a nice way to remember us. I also loved the visit from the carolers, it really made Christmas come alive. Norma Bray The Jubilate tive conversation with the text itself, in spite of centuries of commentary on the text. One of the aims of this study is to invite us into conversation around several key themes: (1) Paul’s emphasis on communal salvation; (2) the centrality of God’s righteousness; and (3) the relationship between Jews and Gentiles and the relationship of both to God. This 8-week study will begin with an introduction meeting at 9:30 I wish to thank you very much for your call and the gift that you left for me today. I really appreciate the visit and all the things in the bag. So thoughtful of the group. Sincerely, Doris Brownson Dear Church family, A big thank you to all our church family and especially the Nurture and Care Team and both of our pastors. We appreciate all the gifts and calls and visits so much. You will never know how much they have meant to both of us. You have been so good to us, making us feel remembered and loved and missed. God bless all of you. Phil and Angela Nelson To the Nurture/Care Committee: Thank you for the surprise goodie bag with all the lovely cookies, loaf cake, lotion and the Upper Room! I surely appreciate it. I hope you all had a blessed Christmas. Sincerely, Bonnie Hobbs a.m. January 27 in the Koinonia Classroom. At this time the class members will gather to pick up the books that will guide their study for the next 8 weeks. Those who have not already signed up can register in the office. Please do this prior to the January 27 meeting, so we are assured of having a book ready for you. Rita Wood will lead this study, which will meet on Wednesday mornings from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. What a wonderful surprise when a group came to carol us. We enjoyed it so much and are so very grateful to the faithful members, both adult and youth of 1st Church. We shall treasure the cute card the children made. Then the very next day, we received this pretty bag filled with all sorts of goodies from the Nurture/Care people. Sometimes it is fun being over eighty! Thank you very much and God Bless. Jake and Joy Defrees Thanks to everyone that sent me a birthday card, e-mailed me, or came into the store to wish me a happy birthday. A Christmas Eve birthday is easily lost in all the celebration of the season. You all made this one very special. Bless you, Carol Russell Thank you for the Christmas Gift bag. The breads and cookies were delicious. A very Happy New Year to each of you! Walter Gist First United Methodist Church of Leavenworth Volume 1, Issue 5 January 5, 2010 Inside this issue: January Calendar 2 Birthdays and Anniversaries 3 Prayer Concerns 3 Friends of Jesus Project Sympathy extended UMM Thanksgiving Bank Our purpose: “We are a Church of the Ages, Serving the Present Age by making Disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of our community and world” Our vision: Being a spiritually dynamic, outward focused United Methodist Congregation enlivened by passionate worship, equipped discipleship and compassionate service. 3 4

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