Adult Choir Rehearsal - 7:30 in Hearth Room
Jacksonville Jinglers Bell Choir Rehearsal - 6:30 in Bell Room
Tuesday, Sept. 2 7:00 p.m. Trustees meet in Hearth Room
Thursday, Sept. 4 10:30 a.m. United Methodist Women meeting & luncheon
7:30 p.m. First Adult Choir rehearsal in Hearth Room
Sunday, Sept. 7 10:00 a.m. Worship - Communion
Monday, Sept. 8 7:00 p.m. Administrative Board in Hearth Room
Thursday, Sept. 11 6:30 p.m. First Bell Choir rehearsal in Bell Room
Sunday, Sept. 14 10:00 a.m. Worship
Monday, Sept. 15 7:00 p.m. Outreach Committee in Hearth Room
Tuesday, Sept. 16 7:00 p.m. Finance Committee in Hearth Room
Sunday, Sept. 21 10:00 a.m. Worship
Wednesday, Sept. 24 7:00 p.m. SPRC meeting in Hearth Room
Sunday, Sept. 28 10:00 a.m. Worship - Prof. Ken Hover, preaching
Please join us for breakfast this Sunday. We will be celebrating the beginning of the Sunday School year. Breakfast will be start at 9:00 am in the fellowship hall. Hope to see you there!
DEEPLY RELAX LIKE YOU WANT TO
Simple Hatha yoga postures are taught with the support of the Gong’s vibration. During the practice, the Gong will vibrate to awaken, seal and open the body. Experience the vibrational effects of the Gong as it activates the chakras and triggers the movement and release of energy throughout the body. Each class ends with a deeply relaxing and healing gong immersion performed by a certified Gong Master. This class is appropriate for all levels - even complete beginners.
10-WEEK SESSION BEGINNING OCTOBER 6 – DECEMBER 10
Sign up for all 10 weeks for $75 Bring a friend and you both sign up - $70 each
DROP-INS WELCOME! $10
Mondays at the Jacksonville Methodist Church 4:00 – 5:00
Bring a yoga mat, blanket and water bottle.
For more information and/or register for the class contact:
CarynSheckler@gmail.com or visit SahejYoga.com
MESSAGE FROM TAC
CROP donated $1900 to the Trumansburg Food Pantry from last
year’s walk. So—over $5000 went to hunger/water projects beyond
our town. Well done! Let’s do it again!
Trumansburg Tom Lange Memorial - Trumansburg Area
Congregations CROP WALK will be on Sunday, October 5, 2014
at 2pm – the host church is First Presbyterian on Main Street.
As People Who are Open to the Call fo Christ
We Reaffirm Our Mission as a Caring Community,
Ministering to All, Including Those Who are Sick,
In Poverty, in Confusion and in Bondage.
We are Dedicated to Proclaiming the Gospel
By Word, Deed and Prayer;
Providing Christian Education for All;
Opportunity for Fellowship;
Witness to the Community;
And Outreach to the World.
We Seek God's Strength for These Tasks of Love,
And we are Able, through Christ, to Love
With the Inspiration and Guidance
Of the Holy Spirit.
Valentine's Party or President's Day Party
March St. Paddy's Day Party
April 19th Easter Egg Hunt (Outreach Committee-refreshments)
June Community Picnic
CHURCH SCHOOL NEWS
* There is a sign up in the back of the sanctuary for summer coverage of the
nursery. We are looking for people to work in the nursery so our little ones have a
place to go during the summer services.
* The 2013 Vacation Bible Camp will be August 5-9. We welcome children entering
kindergarten through fifth grade! More details will be included in the July & August
Jacksonville's Jazzy Jumble Opens Saturday June 22
The Jazzy Jumble Thrift Shop door opens to the public on Saturday, June 22 at 10 am for the 2013 shopping season. Jazzy Jumble is located at the Jacksonville Community United Methodist Church on Rt 96 centrally located between Ithaca and Trumansburg. Hours are: Tuesdays: 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm , and Saturdays:10:00 am to 1:00 am. Browse the large collection of housewares and gift items and don't forget to check out the quality used clean clothing for all ages. Recycle your lightly used items by donating them to the Jazzy Jumble while selecting new gently used belongings for family and friends. Watch for the “Open Today” sign Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings now until the end of November.
SUMMER SERVICES AT THE LAKE
Mecklenberg United Methodist
Trumansburg United Methodist
Jacksonville Community United Methodist
Perry City Friends
Our Jacksonville Community Church year runs from July 1st to June 30th. The Nominating
Committee still has a few positions to fill for the next year starting next month. We are still
negotiating a way to secure the office of treasurer, and the office of the Chair of the Church
Administrative Council. We are interested in people willing to be on some of our established
Staff/Parish Relations Committee
If you would like to know more about any of these positions please
contact one of the Nomination Committee Members:
Carl Butterfield – 387-9476
Bill Carlisle – 277-1586
Terry Cole – 273-8261
Phyl McOmber – 280-1592
Just a reminder to all families who have children who are interested in
going to Camp Casowasco this summer: please contact Amy Moe or
Emily Virkler so we can help you figure out the finances! There is money available
to help with the costs of summer camp at Casowasco for any child who is interested.
Casowasco is an amazing camp and we want to make sure every child who
has an interest in going can do so. Hope to hear from you soon!
Amy Moe firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Virkler email@example.com
An important message from the Board of Trustees
Although we may not think about them very often, the stained glass windows that grace our Sanctuary and Sunday School room are a part of our heritage, a gift from members and friends of the
Jacksonville Church in years gone by. Quietly, they enrich our worship as they share their beauty
with us each Sunday morning and every other time we gather. Unfortunately, by their very nature
(the glass is heavy, and the lead that holds them together is soft), they need repairs from time to
time. The last significant refurbishing of the windows occurred in the mid 1940s. The urgent need
for repairs is evident in the cracks that have appeared in several of the windows and the spaces that
are opening up as the windows are beginning to sag and buckle.
Among other things, the Trustees are charged with the maintenance of our buildings. While
we are generally able to meet these responsibilities on a limited budget, we are currently faced with a
list of capital improvements which must be addressed in the next 3-5 years, and will require funds
that are well beyond our annual budget. A partial list includes: significant changes to the front doors
of the church, including the installation of crash bars on the inside; installing new flooring in the
upstairs hall, classroom and office; and the installation of an exhaust hood and ansul system for fire
suppression in the kitchen. Fortunately, the Finance Committee has been helpful in providing $10,000 to begin this task, and we have been blessed by a $7,000 restricted gift from an anonymous donor specifically for the repair of the windows. We intend to initiate the window repairs this summer, beginning with the 3 large windows on the south wall of the Sanctuary. An additional $7,500 will be required to complete the necessary repairs to the remaining windows. While we are thankful for a good start to address our immediate needs, we must appeal to the congregation and friends for their support in raising the funds to maintain the beauty and safety of our buildings.
Please consider how you might support this Capital Campaign to preserve our house of worship
with a contribution that is meaningful to you. Contributions of any amount will be welcomed. Your
immediate gift or pledge of one to three years will help us significantly in scheduling the work to be
We will be pleased to discuss mechanisms for structuring your tax-deductible gift for
maximum benefit; however, we encourage you to discuss your charitable giving plans with your
professional advisors. Please note: Your gifts to this Capital Campaign may be mailed to the
Church or left in the offering plate on any Sunday morning. Please include JCUMC Capital
Campaign in the memo line of your check. In addition, please indicate if your gift is intended to
be restricted to a specific purpose, for example, repair of the stained glass windows.
Thank you for being a part of this effort to preserve the beauty and usefulness of our
buildings. We will be discussing the Capital Campaign and its results with the congregation on a
regular basis and look forward to answering any questions you may have.
(Trumansburg Area Churches)
* Planning for summer services at the Park are underway. The first two are: July 7, led by
Mecklenburg UMC; and July 14, led by Epiphany Episcopal.
* Habitat for Humanity news: Word has been received that there is a $3000 grant from the
Presbytery of Geneva. Excavation is done on 17 Salo Drive. This house will be the first one
to be done. After that work will begin on 19 Salo Drive. They are looking for churches to
provide food for the build. Youth will be asked to build picnic tables for the homes. BOCES
will be invited to participate in this project also.
Sharing God's Bounty - Fulfilling God's Purpose
Through imaginative Bible studies, case studies, guided journaling exercises, and supportive group discussion, we will discover and strengthen our personal ways of ministering in our workplaces, relationships, and world.
A community church which is mission oriented and
Join us for worship on Sunday morning at 10:00 AM.
Children join us in worship until children's time, then they go to their Sunday School classes for the remainder of worship.