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Florida United Methodist Children's Home
A gift from you today can provide the necessary supplies, additional tutoring, and other resources necessary to make the children successful. And it's not just the youth living on our Enterprise campus who go to school at Legacy Scholars Academy. The children at our Madison Youth Ranch, as well as the foster children we care for, need supplies and support for the new school year.
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OLD STONE COFFEE HOUSE
September 6 - Gabriel Wright
September 13 - Michael Elliot Moon
September 20 - Shanty Hounds
September 27 - B-man & MiShell
The vision of the Coffee House is to be a welcoming and accepting place where people can find nourishment for their souls! Sunday Mornings in Jones Hall from 9:15AM to 10:45AM.
Virtual Bible Study, 10AMThursdays
Men's Virtual Bible Study, 6:30AM
Virtual Bible Study, 4PM
CHOIR "WINE TIME" GROUP MEETS ON ZOOM TO NOT SING
COVID-19 has taken a considerable toll on just about every organization for singers from coffeehouse musicians to the Barbershop Harmony Society that had to cancel the International BHS convention back in April. Singing has been shown to be a significant way to spread COVID because of greater distance of aerosolized droplets without a mask. The KWUMC Quartet sings for the Sunday Live-Feed service with 12-feet separating each singer (in case viewers were wondering how we keep ourselves safe).
So for many Wednesdays at 7pm, in lieu of meeting for Choir Rehearsal, singers have been socializing on ZOOM with a cool beverage (alcohol or non, diet soda or full-on sugar, whatever whets your whistle) to share stories of the week, and support each other in waiting for the day we can sing out loud again. It's just been KWUMC choir members mainly, but others in the Keys are starting to join the fun!
We actually DON'T sing on ZOOM because, well, it doesn't work on that platform (we tried to have a choir rehearsal that way and it was a laughably bad disaster). But if you'd like to hang with the choir, send an email to Liz Yongue at Lizsflute@aol.com
so she can include you in the ZOOM invite email with the link to join in.~LizYongue.
1st, Geraldo Rojas
2nd, Zenaida Rojas, Camden Switzer
3rd, Pastor Terri Hill, Andrea Spottswood
4th, Amber Wilson
6th, Caleb Ortiz, Liz Yongue
7th, David Henderson, Cissie Losley
8th, Daniel Oropeza, John Spottswood
10th, Kay Friedlander
11th, Robert Ochoa
12th, Neva Townsend, Penelope Mansour
14th, David Fraga Sr., John Spottswood III
15th, Joie Switzer
16th, Ken Longshore
17th, Josh Carmichael, Burton Kerns
18th, Kathy LeTarte
19th, Julia Longshore
20th, Terry Doughtry
22nd, Mia Malgrat, Jack Darst
23rd, Cheryl McDiarmid
25th, Phillip Pierce Sr.
26th, Katherine Benoit, Jamie Sorbelli
27th, Gale McNulty
28th, Ronan Partrick
30th, Kenny Lingle
2nd, Dr. John & Alice Calleja
5th, Wayne & Jamie Sorbelli
14th, Wayne & Diane Miller
22nd, Jeanne & Bob Fain
24th, Melody Heaviland & Eyner Gonzalez-Diaz
27th, William & Shannon Matthews
28th, Todd & Joie Switzer
Maj has been with KWUMC for 21 years! Thank you Maj for sharing your beautiful voice, smile, and for all that you do for the Old Stone Coffee House! You are a treasure.
We will be giving a $500 check to Horace O'Bryant School. The Florida United Methodist Conference encourages each congregation to adopt a school and this is the school we have chosen since we have two members who are teachers there --- Ms. Stephanie Hill and Mrs. Brandi Ortiz.