First United Methodist Church - Wausau Wisconsin
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Live and Share God's Love

Opportunites

Here at First United Methodist Church, a person has all sorts of ways to serve – inside the building and in the wider communities, with indoor quiet work, with tasks that involve sweat equity. There are ways for each person to contribute to building God’s realm on earth. Below are just a few of the ways.
 

Pray our Breakthrough Prayer

God, our hope beyond our own abilities and our light
in the shadows, help us to draw close to you and to
notice your actions that are as many and as varied as
the snowflakes. Let something wonderful begin
through us. Amen.



Snowshoeing with Your Church Friends


Join us on the Luminary Snowshoe Walk at Monk Botanical Gardens on January 25, 2019 at 6:00 pm. Bring your family and friends (dogs are also welcome) to the gardens for a luminary-lit snowshoe walk ending at the Kitchen Garden, where you can warm up with a bonfire, hot chocolate, apple cider and roasted marshmallows. Walks are held with or without snow.. Admission is $2 per person: free for Monk Botanical Garden Members.. Snowshoes are  For further information, please contact Sara Roquemore at 715-470-2703. More details to follow.


…the Human One didn’t come to be served but rather to serve and to give his life to liberate many people.

 Mark 10:45

 

Sani-Panti Workday


Join UMW on Sat., Jan. 26 in Fellowship Hall from 9:00 - 11:30 to help with the sani-panti project that was highlighted in the November Messenger. Help is needed to sew, cut and press. Bring a portable sewing machine if you can (don't forget an extension cord), scissors and pins. All of the materials will be furnished. Questions? Refer to the November Messenger or talk to Barbara Ritchie. Join us for this important mission project for girls.
 

Savvy Seniors

 
Savvy Seniors is a loose grouping of mostly retired people who get together each month for lunch at a local eatery enjoying food, conversation and laughter. They rotate through a variety of different restaurants so if one doesn’t work for you the next one would. There’s nothing formal. It’s all about community. Does this seem like something that you might like? We’d love to have you! Contact Vicki Nowaczyk with questions, nowaczykr@frontier.com