Celebrate with David, Jackie, and Sarah Beverly at an open house at their new home. Visit the family and enjoy provided snacks. After hurricane flooding and damage, the Beverlys are setting up house again. The family requests gift cards from Walmart, Food Lion, and Lowe’s.

Join Union United’s Men’s Group Saturday, March 14, for its Sporting Clay Shooting Tournament at Back Woods Quail Club in Georgetown, S.C

The goal is to gather 20 four-person teams. Cost to participate is $75 per shooter plus a $100 hole sponsorship or $400 per team. Lunch is provided for all participants.

Each shooter needs to bring 100 shells for their round as they are not included in the $400. Golf carts are available for $6 per person for a four-person cart ($24 total). Participants can bring their own carts or side-by-side ATVs.

All monies raised are split between HIS Hands of Horry County, the Waccamaw Youth Center, Bethesda for Single Mothers and Men’s Group community home repairs.


🗓  UMYF will not have a regular meeting December 15, but will attend the children's Christmas program. UMYF will also not meet Sunday, December 22, or Sunday, December 29.

🗓  The Adult Choir and the Children's Choir will not meet for regular practices for the remainder of December.

 

We have been presented with a special opportunity again this advent season to live and give like Jesus. We are being challenged to set aside a percentage of what we would normally spend on Christmas gifts and give that amount as a special Christmas offering.

The special offering will be divided up in thirds, with equal amounts going to:

⛪️  Capital Improvement Debt

🔨  Salkehatchie Summer Service

Beautiful Feet Ministries, the Tanzanian mission ministry of John and Mary Long from Conway (Learn more at www.bethefeet.org.)

Join us THIS Sunday, December 15, for discipleship opportunities at 10 a.m.

Women in the Pulpit Sunday will be celebrated during the 11 a.m. worship service for our 3rd Sunday of Advent. The message will be given by Minoo Rosey.

Join us for a traditional Christmas Eve Candlelight Service Tuesday, December 24, beginning at 5 p.m. Bring the whole family to experience the holy and beautiful coming of Christ.

Invite your Facebook friends HERE.
 

ALIVE is a family production for all ages in the fellowship hall. BRING the whole family and INVITE friends and neighbors and join us THIS Sunday, December 1, for "What Christmas Means to Me."
 
For today in the city of David there has been born for you a Savior,
who is Christ the Lord.

Luke 2:11

The church is putting together a basket of Christmas items as a shower/wedding gift for Brandi Arries, the eldest daughter of Pastor Chris and Gayle.

Appropriate items are Christmas ornaments, signs, towels, and other red, white, or red and white decorations. The basket will be given THIS Sunday, December 1.

 

Union's annual Tea Cup Sale fundraiser brought in $1,722 to provide Christmas gifts to a dozen children.

In working with our local elementary schools to identify those in need, six children from South Conway Elementary School and six children from Waccamaw Elementary school will receive a much brighter Christmas!. 🎄🎁

The Golden Spoon winner of the 2019 MYF Chili Cook-off was Victor and Betsy Fruhling. Second place went to Dennis and Kay Graham, parents of Jill Cribb and third place was awarded to Jonathan Sellers. A total of $551 was raised for youth activities and missions.

The youth will be going to Ground Zero for “iWorship with Brock Gill” THIS Sunday, November 10.  All youth need to be at the church campus by 5 p.m.

Please bring in your filled M&M tubes THIS Sunday. After worship, the youth will lay the quarters out to see how far they will go around the sanctuary.  

Come to a tropical paradise THIS Sunday, November 3, at 10:10 a.m. in the fellowship hall for ALIVE, our monthly live production where we tell new stories of old truths. 

 

Because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy,
made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions -
it is by grace you are saved.

Ephesians 2:4-5 (NIV)

Mark your calendars for Sunday, December 8, at 6:30 p.m. for the adult choir Christmas cantata. Practices are Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

The children's choir's program, Random Acts of Christmas, is set for December 15, at 6:30 p.m. Practices are Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.

If you missed your M&M tube, get one from a youth. They are inviting you to eat the candy in the tubes, replace it with quarters, and return it when filled. ($13.50 fills the tube)

The youth want to see how far the quarters will go around the church. All proceeds go to benefit the next generation!

Live music, hot coffee, and treats! Page Anderson, family, and friends will perform live at Union United in the fellowship hall Saturday, November 23, at 7 p.m. Come out and bring a friend!

Trunk or Treat 2019 was a huge success! We had an estimated 250 people to enjoy browsing decorated trunks, getting candy, and eating hot dogs and popcorn. The longest lines of the evening were at Tireless Jim O'Connor's cotton candy station!

A big thanks to Mrs. Kathy and all who participated, gave out treats, baked or bought cupcakes for the popular cupcake walk, dressed in costume, decorated, cleaned up, or anything in between. This event is our highest attended community event each year!

 
Click here for more Trunk or Treat photographs.

Join in the fun for Union's annual Tea Cup Sale fundraiser Saturday, November 9. (Note time changes.)

  
  4:30 p.m. - Doors open to buy tickets and shopping begins.

    5 p.m. - A soup and sandwich dinner served, with donations accepted.
  
    6 p.m. - Ticket drawings begin and gift winners announced.


Proceeds are used to buy Christmas gifts for less fortunate children in our community.

Great things to donate are baked goodies, homemade arts and crafts, and new items. Non-perishable donations will be stored in the corner room by the wreath room upstairs in the sanctuary.
 
What is a Tea Cup Sale? At the door, buy a handful of 50-cent tickets. Browse items and determine your favorite treasures. Shop by placing a ticket with your name in a cup beside the items. One ticket is drawn from each cup and that name will be called aloud to identify the person who wins the gift. The more tickets you put in the cup, the better chance you have of winning.
 

It's time again to open our parking lot and hearts to families in and out of the church for Trunk or Treat. It happens THIS Sunday, October 20, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in The Garden parking lot. It is one of our biggest turnout events of the year. Let's make it a continued successful outreach to families!
 
UMYF will not have its regular meeting this Sunday evening due to participating in Trunk or Treat.
 

The youth will be going to Ground Zero THIS Sunday, October 19, to worship with Sean McDowell. Be prepared to leave the church at 5 p.m.

The Men's Group, and some budding members, worked together this past Saturday and quickly constructed a much-needed handicap ramp for a member of our community.

The youth will soon be handing out M&M tubes to the congregation. They are inviting you to eat the candy in the tubes, replace it with quarters, and return it when filled. The youth want to see how far the quarters will go around the church. This is the first youth fundraiser for the year and all proceeds go to benefit the next generation!

The Men’s Group will meet THIS Saturday, October 5, at 8 a.m. to build a handicap ramp. The home is located at 4624 Liberty Lane in Conway, which is off Highway 134 that runs between Cates Bay and U.S. 378. The home is near the end of Liberty Lane on the right behind another mobile home.

The men plan to have the supplies and materials available on-site; however, please bring a set of post hole diggers if you have them.

There will be water available and hot dogs and chips for lunch. All those who would like something to drink besides water are asked to please bring it.

United Methodist Youth Fellowship (UMYF) will go to 810 Bowling in Conway for 5th Sunday Funday. The group will leave right after the fellowship meal. Bowling will be paid for, but youth are asked to bring money for snacks.  

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