Join us on Sunday, March 10 as Wilson Barber, Assistant Minister to Youth, leads us in a talk on Parenting in the Age of Technology. You’ll learn about safe practices for web use, cell phone use, social media use, etc. for you to implement with your children.
We’ll meet in the Dining Room in the Chapel Building. A lunch of turkey hoagie sandwiches will be provided. Childcare is provided for birth – kindergarten and they will have a boxed lunch of hamburger sliders. First – fifth graders are encouraged to sign up for the Worship Experience Workshop.
Our identity is of profound to us as women. We are mothers, daughters, sisters, professionals, and more. However, none of this is as important as our identity and experience with God. When we are connected with God and each other the love we know can carry us anywhere. Who we are at home, how our hearts are centered, leads us to discovering where we are destined. Our relationship with God shows us how our lives reflect Christ not only in words but in actions. When the Great Commandment and the Great Commission go hand-in-hand we can see and do great things throughout the earth. You are invited to join us as Tracy Staton, a missionary who has served in Thailand, helps us see how we are divinely destined to participate in God's plan for our families, our community, and our world. This will be a night of good food, inspiring stories and worship.
For a full list of Global Impact Celebration events, go to: www.rumc.com/gic
Becoming a member of Chapel Roswell is not like joining a gym or a club. You don’t do it for the perks or privileges. Membership is a statement of belief, participation and support rather than an initiation into a new clique. Becoming a member involves standing with others in the church to say I commit my life to loving God and all people with my prayers, presence, gifts, service, and witness.
If you are interested in learning more about membership at Chapel Roswell, join us for one of our FREE Connection Lunches. At these meals, you will meet the pastors and staff, hear the Chapel Roswell story, and find out what it would mean for you to join this new movement of the church.
Join our Roswell Kids families for some fun and games in the Fellowship Hall. We’ll have board games and giant versions of some of the classics like Connect 4. This event is open to all ages and dinner will be provided. Cost is $5 per person, which includes dinner of hotdogs and mini cheeseburgers. Sign up by Jan 27th at www.rumc.com/rkevents.
The United Methodist Church is hitting the road this December to help bring people together as we explore what Christmas is really all about. “The True Meaning of Christmas” truck tour will at the Heart of Roswell Park. Bring the whole family for festive fun and an opportunity to share smiles, conversation, and prayers over a cup of hot cocoa. Join us as we offer a chance to come close together and unwrap the true meaning of Christmas.