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Don't miss the St. George's Pumpkin Patch and Community Day tomorrow from 10 am – 5 pm it will include lots of family friendly activities.
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Mark your calendars now for the Fall Festival 2016 this November 12th.
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On Sunday, October 23, 2016 at 7 pm District Superintendent Jeff Mickle will be present to lead us for Charge Conference 2016.
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No One Left Behind and the work of local partners NVMMO get recognized on NBC talk show. ‪‪#‎NoOneLeftBehind‬ ‪#‎NaqeebThanksEllen‬

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Registration for VBS 2016 is currently open. Enrollment forms are available at http://ow.ly/VDIv300axOg.
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Don't miss out on the UMW Yard Sale on Saturday May 21, 8:00 am – 11:30 am. Hosted at St. George's UMC
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Geneva, Switzerland: Donations from Imagine No Malaria to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in 2015 were more than double that of combined donations in the previous four years, according to the annual report issued by the Global Fund to The United Methodist Church.
That’s thanks to the generosity of United Methodists such as those here at St. George's UMC. According to the report, The United Methodist Church is one of the most significant non-government donors to the Global Fund and is unique within the global community of faith-based organizations.
The United Methodist Church has pledged up to $28 million through the Imagine No Malaria campaign to the Global Fund to help those in need enjoy a malaria-free life. So far, the people of The United Methodist Church has contributed $20,085,817 to the Global Fund, with more than half of that amount donated just last year alone.
Imagine No Malaria is an initiative of The People of The United Methodist Church to end needless death and suffering from malaria. New methods of testing, the widespread distribution of insecticide-treated nets and the introduction of Artemisinin-based combination therapies have led to a 48 percent drop in malaria deaths between 2000 and 2014--but there is much more that needs to be done. The support of each and every church and individual makes a real difference — together we are saving lives!
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Simply click on the following link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJDYhwXNoYs

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The morning prayer service that was listed in the bulletin for April 3rd has been moved to April 10th to coincide with the Conference day of prayer. http://ow.ly/10aZls

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A brief History of Easter. http://ow.ly/ZU8vH
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