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Wear red for Pentecost Sunday!
WHAS Crusade for Children The WHAS telethon benefits a wide range of children’s charities throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana. The Crusade began in 1954, and since its founding, the Crusade has raised more than $138 million for local children’s special needs. … Continue reading
Roger Ketterer, from Centenary UMC is forming a softball team to play in the church softball league. Contact Roger at (812) 948-1309 if you are interested. Games will be played on Tuesday nights at Anderson Park.
Brandon’s House Walkathon 2014 What is it: A 5K walk (that is 3.1 miles) through New Albany When: Sunday April 27th, promptly at 3pm Where: The walk starts at DePauw Methodist Church, across from NAHS What it is for: This … Continue reading
Choices for Women One of the wonders of life is to watch how fast a baby grows. The journey from two cells to seven pounds of perfection takes just nine months. For many in unplanned pregnancies, the worries of today … Continue reading
Maundy Thursday – April 17 at 7:00 p.m. held at Centenary UMC – Centenary UMC Choir is inviting members of Silver Street who like to sing to join them in the Maundy Thursday service. They will rehearse on Wednesday, April … Continue reading
ONE GREAT HOUR OF SHARING Your donation to the One Great Hour of Sharing enables UMCOR to serve children, families and communities when disaster strikes. UMCOR spends 10% of donated monies toward disaster relief thanks to One Great Hour of … Continue reading
The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is the global humanitarian aid organization of the United Methodist Church. UMCOR is working in more than 80 countries worldwide, including the U.S. Our mission is grounded in the teachings of Jesus. UMCOR … Continue reading
This months mission will go to the Youth of Silver Street UMC. Charla Mingus and Kendra Atkins have grown the Youth group into a wonderful active and close knit group that is fun and serves the church and the community! … Continue reading
Formerly known as Operation Santa Claus. Once again Silver Street will be helping children in our community with Christmas gifts. People taking part in this program chose a child’s name provided by Hope Southern Ind. and buy that child a … Continue reading