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Our Vision:      JESUS IS LORD                 Our   Mission:     LOVE GOD, LOVE OTHERS

  

Trinity United Methodist Church

 

300 S. MAIN STREET
BROOKFIELD, MISSOURI 64658
E-mail: brookfieldtumc@sbcglobal.net

Office660-258-7719   Tom's eMail revt53@gmail.com
Glenn Taylor Bldg. (Pantry) 660-258-7071 Trinity Fellowship Center & Daycare 660-258-7020   
Church Office Hours -       9:00am - 4:00pm       Monday through Friday     
Morning Worship   8:00am      Sunday School   9:00am      Morning Worship   10:15am      Evening Worship   7:00pm       Wednesday   Worship   7:00pm
Pastor's Corner

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Our Vision:
     JESUS IS LORD!
Our Mission:
     LOVE GOD, LOVE OTHERS


         

Tom Sullenger, Pastor
            February 2018



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Our Prayers

Life Care Center:

Doris Magnuson, Robert Johnson, Lois Dean, Bob Sanders, John Swearingen, Anne Shilman, Marilyn Mundell

McLarney Manor:

Gladys Hale, Vivian Graff, Nina Bingham, Mildred Bailey

Pioneer:

Other Facilities:

Scotty Stevens, Betty Jennings, John Zeilstra, Sr.

Continuing Concerns:

Ron Scott, John Roe, Shorty Gilcrest, Greg Sisson, Ron Snyder, Sharon Lambert, Jerry O’Dell, Gary Montgomery, Brenda Thompson, Marilyn Bowers, Marla Trentham, Ginny McMains, Meredith Ramsey-Lester, Nelda Nickerson, Marcie Rhea (Linda Collins’ mother), Matt Frazier, Larry Witte, Marilyn Stone, Glenn Huffmon, Beverly Liebhart, Julie Spalding (VanLiere), Russ Knowles, Bob O’Dell, Harry Wolfe, Frances Sportsman, Pat Sportsman, Martha Wilkerson, Steve Speichinger If you know of others that should be on this list please contact the church office


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During storms, emperor penguins huddle for warmth, taking turns at the center and on the perimeter of the group. While incubating eggs, up to 6,000 male penguins have been observed clustering for shelter against the harsh Antarctic winter. Partially grown chicks gather in protective “creches” (French for “cribs”); often surrounded by a colony of adults, these groupings ward off predators and cold. In stormy times, humans also need supportive groups; we can’t survive alone. A church family allows us to take turns giving and receiving care. Amid social upheaval, injustice, illness, natural disaster and any loss or crisis, God invites us to gather for protection and warmth. In the church community, we support and strengthen one another and are empowered to go out again into the less-sheltered world.
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Come Back to Christmas

When January comes along, we can continue that sense of comfort and warmth that comes at Christmas by returning to the Christmas story, which gives us two great promises: God understands you and God can redeem you. I encourage people to make it a point to reread the Christmas story every month, and allow Christmas to be Christmas every month. We need to keep coming back to it.
-Max Lucado,
Publishers Weekly interview

Around the Church… Wanted: Drivers for the church van on Sunday morning. You would only be responsible for one Sunday per month. If you would be willing please let the office know. Souper Bowl of Caring


February 4th following both morning services. All donations collected are given to the Linn County Food Pantry.
Let’s Tackle Hunger!

*You can give monetary donations or cans of food.

CONCERNS

Please keep the following in your prayers:
Those impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria
Shorty Gilcrest Family
Bob O'Dell Family
Tom Mundell Family
George Moore Family
Those with the flu
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District Superintendent’s Calendar Items to Pin!

• Rural Ministry Now. The anticipated date for the 2018 Rural Ministry Now event is Saturday, Feb. 17th. The event organizers are hard at work preparing for another successful training opportunity.


We extend our Christian love and concern to the family of Shorty Gilcrest. Shorty died on December 31st.

We extend our Christian love and concern to the family of Bob O'Dell. Bob died on January 16th.

We extend our Christian love and concern to the family of George Moore. George died on January 27th.

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