Posts from October 2022

MTSO Methodist Theological School in Ohio

Introducing our MTSO Intern

October 26, 2022A Note from Molly Collier Dear Friends, Good day, friends! I have had the pleasure of meeting some of you in person and have enjoyed getting to know you during the community dinners, in between services, and in taking part in Wednesday night classes. I have been grateful for these moments of connection and look forward to many more during my time at HUMC. Relationships, authentic relationships, have always been an anchor for me, and I am passionate…
God loves you no matter what

God loves you… no matter what!

October 19, 2022 Dear Friends, No big letter today, just a reminder that YOU MATTER. You matter to God, and you matter to us! With love to you, from your church staff
Gobble & Squash children's ministry faith finders fundraiser outreach mission

Gobble & Squash!

Children’s Ministry Outreach Fundraiser We have enough yards to Gobble & Squash at this point, but you can still donate! Signups are full to have a friend’s lawn “Gobbled & Squashed,” but you can still help the children in our Faith Finders group (grades 3-6) raise funds to support The Church for All People’s Children’s Christmas Free Store. Make Your Contribution Here Give online using the link below: use the Operating Fund line and put “Gobble & Squash” in the…
Fall encouragement tea warm sweater

Letting Go

October 12, 2022A Note from Pastor April Dear Friends, I’ve always been fond of the season of fall. The cooler, crisp temperatures. The changing colors of the leaves. The start of my Fantasy Football League (and all the delightful trash talking that comes with it). The pumpkin spice EVERYTHING. (Whoever brought the pumpkin spice donuts to church last week… you are very appreciated!) And all the amazing Halloween decorations, costumes, and fabulous candy. (It’s not too late to join us…
sunset aging letter of encouragement

Growing Older & Loving Every Minute of It

October 5, 2022A Note from Marilyn Hoeflinger Dear Friends, In November I will celebrate 70 years on this earth. I’m not sure what 70 feels like, honestly. In my mind I am 20, wait, 35, no, most likely 42. I’m not sure why I settle on that number, but when I think of what I want to do and how to do it, it is the body I had when I was 42. When I could sit crisscross applesauce in…