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Sunday Schedule

Worship Service 8:30 & 11:00 a.m.

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.



NURSERY
is provided.
PARKING spaces reserved for visitor and handicap.

WELCOME CENTER located in the lobby is the information hub of Pilgrim. All visitors are encouraged to come to the center for a special gift.

Pilgrim UMC Mission Statement 
We strive together to advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ through our messages, our actions, and our thoughts.
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"Only conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the Gospel of Jesus Christ...standing firm in one Spirit with one mind, striving together for the faith of the Gospel."  Philippians 1:27

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Where to find us

Corner of Parks & DeWitt Rds.
St. Johns, MI 48879

Missions & Outreach

We are out to change the world...

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Faithful Ministry - The people of God, who are the church made visible in the world, must convince the world of the reality of the gospel or leave it unconvinced. There can be no evasion or delegation of this responsibility; the church is either faithful as a witnessing and serving community, or it loses its vitality and its impact on an unbelieving world. (2012 Book of Discipline, ¶ 130)

Noisy Offering for April... will be received during both services on Sunday, April 13th (Palm Sunday). The money we receive will go to World Vision toward sheep. World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. Giving an animal is like giving someone a small business, providing wool, milk, eggs and more. Animal donations can provide families a hand up, increasing access to medicine, school, food and a sustainable livelihood. The cost of a sheep is $126 so the more we receive the more sheep we will be able to purchase.

Questions?  Contact Marijo Weatherwax, Mission House Leader

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Shoebox Project...  April items are hair brushes, combs, and accessories (i.e. headbands, rubberbands, clips, etc.)

Lakeview Dock Goals…..Don’t forget to consider giving toward our $2,500 goal for a new dock at Lakeview UMC Church Camp. This mission project is in addition to our regular ministry budget that needs to be met each week. Ministry never goes on vacation!!!!

Pilgrim’s Hunger Box... will now be supporting The Basic Needs Center which opened recently in the first block of downtown St. Johns. Pastor Russ and Adele McCoy are running the center with the help of an advisory board consisting of six people. The center is a volunteer based center and will take donations of food and clothing anytime. For those in need, the center is open Mon. thru Friday from 9am—4pm and Thursday from 6-7:30pm. They are open on Saturday by appointment. Place your items in the white Food Collection Box in the church entrance.

Service Opportunity… Lansing's Women and Children Shelter has given PUMC a permanent serving slot; the second Monday of every month. What does this mean? A maximum of 6 PUMC volunteers are needed to serve the Women and Children of Lansing from 5:30pm to 8pm. If a Sunday School class or Bible Study wants to take a Monday, it would be a great way to serve as a small group team. The most exciting part-you do not need any special skills to serve! Just bring your PUMC smile and willingness to serve and you are all set.

Questions?  Contact Mitch Hallenbeck.  Look for the sign-up sheet on the Mission bulletin board.

 Mission Need List... Please help the Mens and Womens and Childrens Shelters of Lansing meet the needs of the community. The number one need is cough drops followed closely by NEW underwear for men and women and white socks for men. There is also a need for Pull-ups (all sizes), shaving cream, razors, lotion, new blankets, canned fruit, canned vegetables (#10 cans preferred), ground beef, tomato sauce or diced tomatoes, elbow macaroni, wide noodles and rice. There is a yellow can in the closet where you can deposit your donations. I will collect and deliver the items to the Missions on a weekly basis.

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Pilgrim United Methodist Church ~ 2965 W. Parks Rd. ~ St. Johns, MI 48879 ~ 989.224.6865 ~ Email: pilgrimumc@mutualdata.com ~ Web: pilgrimumchurch.com

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