Tabernacle United Methodist Church
Monday, September 25, 2017
Welcome, Worship, Witness in Love

FELLOWSHIP

                                           
     "They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.......Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts.  They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts."
Acts 2:42, 46

Because we are a family, we offer opportunities to socialize with one another and strengthen our relationships.          
                             
     Our church bowling league meets Mondays at 6:30 at Patricia Lanes.  We form teams for 10 weeks at a time, then have a little party and take a break for a couple of weeks and start all over again.  What?  You say you're not a very good bowler?  That's OK, neither are most of the rest of us.  The scores are handicapped based on your average, helping to even out the playing field.  If you are unable to bowl, you are invited to come watch, cheer or offer advice and bowling tips to the "professionals."  (That term is used very loosely, by the way.)  There is lots of laughter and high fives for strikes and gutter balls alike. 
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     Wonderful Wednesday really lives up to its name.  We have supper together in the fellowship hall at 5:45, then classes at 6:30.  Sometimes we have one large class all together and other times a variety of smaller classes are offered.  In addition to Bible study type classes, we've offered courses in the past such as painting, poetry, crafts, ladies' self-defense, sign language, drama, book studies, money management, caring for older parents, marriage enrichment and "hot topics" (current events.)  By the way, you should come at least once, because your first meal is free! 
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      Robert & Tee Robbins lead a line dancing group of young and old alike.  Several times a month, the group performs at local nursing homes.  Even if you think you don't have rhythm, it's good exercise and great fun.