Monkton news for Sept. 2

MONKTON — The Monkton Friends Methodist Church is in transition with the arrival of a new minister, Pastor Len Rowell. He is making a fresh investment in serving the community, a renewed commitment to our fall youth program, and even a new starting time for Sunday morning services, beginning Sept. 15 at 9 a.m.
The church is a group of people from different walks of life who gather for worship, ministry from the Scriptures, spirit-filled music in a variety of styles, and fellowship. This is a community church.
Whether long-standing or new residents, all are welcome. Regardless of background, religious or non-religious, you are welcome.
Within the doors of this church, it is promised that you will find open minds, open hearts and open hands. The youth program will be based on a program called Maker Fun Factory and will have snacks, music, crafts, bible stories, mission projects centered around the five themes of the program plus Christmas and Easter plays.
Contact Teri Fitz-Gerald, 453-4918, for more information.

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