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Archives for July 2015
Just a reminder to visit our new page dedicated to VBS 2015. There are tons of pictures there to see! Click here to see it now.
We have enjoyed exploring¬†God‚Äôs word through fun, fellowship and friends this week. ¬†On¬†Thursday, July 23, we invite the whole family to join us at the CELEBRATION in the Sanctuary about 6:30 pm.¬† Immediately following the worship full of singing and dancing, please join us for Ice Cream in the Fellowship Hall!
Monday, July 20, 2015 at 9:00 a.m.
The Garden Committee at Cassidy is having a plant sale on Monday morning, July 20, at 9:00 a.m. ¬†Many different perennials will be available for purchase including:
Please join us on Monday and share with your friends, families, and neighbors.
Please remember Melanie Ramey, daughter of Pam Howell, in your prayers. She had surgery about 3 months ago and is having trouble with her wounds not healing. She is at Holston Valley going back for exploratory surgery to see if it can be determined why she’s not healing.
Cassidy United Methodist Church Invites Families to HOMETOWN NAZARETH: WHERE JESUS WAS A KID
Kingsport, TN ¬†A vacation bible school event called Hometown Nazareth will be hosted at Cassidy United Methodist Church, 5801 Memorial Boulevard, Kingsport (2 miles from I-81 and Sullivan Central High School) Sunday July 19th through Thursday July 23rd from 6-8:30pm each night. Families step back in time at Hometown Nazareth, exploring what it was like to live in the town where Jesus grew up. Kids and adults participate in a memorable Bible-times marketplace, sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games, dig into Bible-times snacks, visit Jesus‚Äô mom, Mary, and collect Bible Memory Makers to remind them of God‚Äôs Word. Plus, everyone learns to look for evidence of God all around them through something called God Sightings. Each day concludes at Celebration‚Äîa time of upbeat worship that gets everyone involved.
Kids and adults at Hometown Nazareth will also join together in a hands-on mission project working jointly with Cassidy‚Äôs Backpack Ministry.¬† Participants will be asked to bring 12-16oz. jars of creamy peanut butter.¬† The peanut butter will be donated directly to Cassidy‚Äôs Backpack Ministry which prepares food packages for hungry children attending Indian Springs Elementary School.
Tom Hancock, pastor at Cassidy United Methodist Church, said that the collected jars will be on display during the week so the kids and adults can gauge their progress.
‚ÄúThese collected jars of peanut butter will provide tangible evidence of how if we all connect and work together, and through the power of prayer, we can accomplish anything,‚Äù Hancock said. ‚ÄúWe hope that through this endeavor with our vacation bible school that we can work toward our church‚Äôs goal of feeding hungry children in the Indian Springs community.‚Äù
This is going out to all the local, major news outlets. Thank you so much Alan Novak!
Good Morning Cassidy UMC Family,
Please lift up the following in prayer:¬†
Annis Bass’s niece, Sara Davis, has been re-admitted to the hospital in Knoxville and is not doing well at all.
A child has written a prayer request for Faith Wilson, the Indian Springs Elementary student with cancer. She’s at St. Jude’s and had taken 6 chemo treatments in 3 days. She is having a lot of leg pain and nausea. Please pray for relief of her side effects.
Karen Blazer (Bob & Bonnie Blazer’s daughter-in-law) has been admitted to a hospital in Knoxville with a stroke and has MS.
Sign for this year’s Vacation Bible School by downloading the form here.