Each Sunday, an assortment of donut holes (pre-ordered and paid for by the church) will be picked up at Family Fare by one of the members of the Coffee Hour Team scheduled for that day. Pre-packaged, single-serving string cheese will be in the refrigerator and will be offered for people on restricted diets.
in the Online Library for this month's Volunteers.
Join in the fun at the Elberta United Methodist Church the last Friday of every month from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.! Prizes! Refreshments! Fellowship!
Mark your calendars now!
There will be three informational meetings for the Frankfort and Elberta United Methodist Congregations hosted by the Frankfort UMC. The first will be Friday, March 6, 2020, 7:00 p.m. This will be a time for ques-tions, answers, and civil discussion regarding the General Conference vote and probable split of the United Methodist Church. Additional informational meetings are slated for Thursday, April 23 (4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.), and Friday, May 22 (7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.). Questions may be directed to DSA Nancy Conrad, 231-352-9309.
From 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Frankfort UM Church.
The program is ongoing and will meet every Wednesday night at the above times. The program is being supported and launched by church members from both the Frankfort UMC and Elberta UMC but also community members who are excited to offer this path to recovery from the many hurts, habits, and hang ups that exist in most of our lives. Please tell your friends and neighbors about this Christ-centered program that can and will help many different folks, from all walks of life, with the ability to live the abundant life Jesus wants for us.Download this Flyer
from our Online Library.
Copies of the recently published, Celebrating the Highlights of 140 Years FUMC history by Florence Bixby and Judy VanMeter are still available.
The 276-page book, published by Bayside Printing of Frankfort, is a narrative of word and picture. It covers a bit of the early history of Frankfort and United Methodism and then moves on to highlight historical events of the Frankfort United Methodist Church and community. Cost of the book is $25. You may purchase a copy of the book from the Frankfort United Methodist Church office or directly from Florence. If you are away for the winter and would like a copy saved for you, please contact the church office. Do You Shop On-Line?
If so, there is a new way to contribute to the church: UMCmarket.org offers participants a simple way to have a percentage of your purchase sent directly to the church. Go to UMCmarket.org for more information or contact the church office.Elberta UMC Community Dinner
Blood Drive at Frankfort UMC
Frankfort UMC hosts a Blood Drive the first Thursday of each month
from 1:30pm to 6:00pm
in support of the Michigan Blood Bank. Please consider being a donor! Euchre Tourney Night
Join us for a fun Euchre Tourney Night. We meet the third Thursday of each month
at 7:00pm in Robinson Hall at Frankfort UMC.Kitchen Cleaning Crew
Carole Lee and Pam Smith, Thank You Ladies!Got some extra time to kill?
Two organizations in the area would like churches to send a representative to their meetings to receive information and help communicate needs and services to the congregations. They are Benzie Senior Resources (formerly Council on Aging and Home Health Care) and Advocates for Benzie County. If you are interested in serving in this type of capacity, please contact the church office.