Maize Manor has recently started accepting debit and credit cards. It’s still pretty new, so for now, we’ll be only using it before first service in the Narthex. If you’d like to purchase gift cards or make a donation stop by the gift card table Sunday mornings.
Charge Conference Tuesday, September 18 at 7:00 p.m. in the Parlor.
Scrip & Gift Cards
Scrip Table/Gift Cards Gift Cards are the safest way to purchase. Recently, it has been in the news that people are going into stores and taking the number and pin number off the back of cards but leaving the cards. You then go in and purchase a card, but when you go to use the card, it has been used up and you are stuck with an unusable card. The answer is: purchase the gift card from the church. They come from a company and no one can get the number or the pin number off of the back. Do you ever wonder if your credit or debit card is safe with your waiter at a restaurant? Where does he or she take your card? I know it is out of sight, but is it really safe with this person. Some watches are really skimmers and your waiter can skim your credit card. A gift card does not contain any personal information for anyone to steal. You can avoid worrying about your card being compromised if you buy a card at church and then use it as cash. People are capturing credit card information using skimmers at gas stations and ATM machines to capture your pin number. The church sells $50 BP and Sunoco Cards, and $25 Marathon, Speedway and Shell cards. Purchase gift cards You can order cards anytime. I place orders from the company on the first and third Sunday of each month. Just make your check out to Maize Manor. The cards will be at the gift card table for you to pick up on the second and fourth Sundays. Oakland Park Gift Cards are available for $25. These are sold separately from the other gift cards because the money goes to the youth of the church. The youth get $5 for every card sold.
Child Care is available for young children from 9:30 am-12 noon in the Nursery.
You are never too old to study scripture and adults are invited to attend Sunday School in the Parlor from 10:45 am-12:00 noon.
Disciples and Devotions for adults meets in Room 6 in the Education wing at 10:30-11:00 for an uplifting discussion.
We continue to need more volunteers to hang and sort in The Walk-In Closet! Sorting days/times include: Mondays from 1-3pm or the First Thursday monthly from 5:30-6:30pm Each month, we’ll do a big sort on the Thursday before the Market to make sure everything is in place, so mark your calendars! If you have some extra time to give this summer, or your kids need a summer project, please contact Pastor Ryan or Mariellyn!
Produce Market Saturday, October 13th, 11:00am-1pm
Market Dates for 2018 (second Saturday of the month).
Nov. 10, 2018
It’s time to put together hygiene kits for the Festival of Sharing at Otterbein University Saturday, September 15 from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. If you are interested in helping, please take a Ziploc bag for each kit, instructions are included. Place completed hygiene kit in the tote under the tables. Last year our church provided 77 kits. Deadline for assembled kits is Friday, September 14.
Please save your pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. They collect thousands of tabs from pop cans, soup cans, cat food, and anything that has a tab. This is their biggest fundraiser and all the money stays in Columbus, going back to the house to help the parents of sick children. Susie Blessing or Lee Eichensehr will collect your tabs at any time or drop them by the church office.
Maize Manor delivered 50 pillowcases and four, gallon bags of pop tabs to the Ronald McDonald House! Money from the tabs is used for expenses at the House. We collect any kind of tabs, such as cat food, soup and soda. One pillowcase is given to each child at the House.
On this day, a mother was sitting next to the big Ronald statue at the House, so we gave her a pink teddy bear pillowcase for her three-year-old daughter. Little things like this mean so much when your child is ill. Join us Saturday, October 27, for our next sewing session from 10 am-2 pm. Lunch is provided. You don’t have to be an accomplished seamstress. There is something for everyone.
Thank you to everyone who made Shipwrecked VBS a great success for 51 preschoolers and elementary kids. There were over 50 adult and youth helpers during the week who sang songs, presented skits, told Bible stories, watched a kid video, played games, created crafty fun, made snacks and walked with the children so they all arrived at each station on time. There were others helping with registration, sound booth and setting up. In addition there were many of you who made preparations, gave needed set and food donations and prayed for our success even before VBS began. During the week our Missions project was Back-To-School supplies. We collected many items for the community kids. A BIG THANKS to all!!!
September is Sunday School time! Children up to 5th grade have Sunday School during the 9:30 Worship hour in Room 114 of the Education wing and children can be dropped off prior to parents going to worship. Older children may also check with an usher to be an acolyte.
At 10:30 children are invited to join Linda Fabbro for music in the Choir Room. Come and sing old time favorite VBS songs and have some fun.
During the 11:00 Worship, children, preschool through 5th grade, may stay with their parents until Pastor Ryan calls for them to come forward. After a prayer, children are dismissed to follow the teachers for large group worship in the Sanctuary, followed by small group in Room 515
Children and youth who attend a United Methodist Church Camp get to make new friends, experience God’s love and grow in their faith. You can help young people from Maize Manor attend this summer by purchasing Oakland Nursery gift cards before purchasing your garden and lawn needs. The gift card table has $25 cards available with $5 of each card purchased going to help fund a camper.
Come enjoy the Maize Manor Fall Festival with your family on Friday, September 28, 6-8pm! Sponsored by Friday Night Live, the Fall Festival will include a meal at 6pm, followed by a host of activities for kids of all ages, including a maze, hay rides, face painting, pumpkin decorating, games, and more! All activities are free and open to the public, but parents must remain with their children for the event. Join us for a great evening of Fall fun!
Friday Night Live is a fun filled evening of fellowship and Christ centered activities for children and youth. Join us each month (August through May) from 6:00pm – 8:00pm for a free family dinner followed by games, crafts, and more.
2018-19 FNL Registration Form
October 26 – Trunk or Treat (Community Event)
November/December – Christmas Store
January 25 – Winter Olympics
February 22 – Black History Month
March 22 – Family Movie Night – “The Lorax”
April 12 – Easter Egg Hunt (Community Event)
May 24 – Church Family Summer Cookout (Community Event)
The school year has begun at Maize Manor Preschool and we are off to a fine start! The staff and I would like to thank you for your encouragement and enthusiasm as we begin this school year. We will welcome 68 families on August 28th and we ask for prayers for the children and families. May we experience another wonder-filled year. Children grow up in the blink of an eye. We pray that God will give us vision to see all that He has planned for them, and the wisdom and courage to help them toward a life time of achieving those goals.
Director of Maize Manor Preschool
We are accepting registrations now. Classes are filled on a first come first serve basis and tend to fill up quickly.
Stop in the preschool office for registration information or call 614-267-4944. Please help us by encouraging family and friends to check out our preschool for their children.
Please tell your friends, family, and colleagues about your experience here at Maize Manor Preschool. Our best advertisement is word of mouth!
Harvesters will not meet this month due to the holiday and Maize Market. Harvesters will meet again October 6, 12:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
where neighbors come together to create a unique, proud, and unified community. Wednesday, September 12, 6:30 p.m. in the Parlor
Maize Manor welcomes Square Dancing Tuesday’s from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
Maize Manor has recently started accepting debit and credit cards. Stop by the gift card table Sunday mornings before first service in the Narthex if you’d like to purchase gift cards or make a donation.
The next UMW Board meeting is Monday, Sept. 24, 7 pm in the parlor. The meeting is open to all UMW members. Thanks to everyone who helped with the Bake Sale at the Corn Roast. It was a big undertaking since the thee key people who were always in charge were not there. We must all work together to keep the UMW circles going in the midst of key people, Kathy Sayre, Marilyn Paulsen and Norma Brisbin on the mend. We are hoping to see them active again soon.
Tuesday, September 23, 2018 at 10am
We meet the 4th Tuesday of the month, at 10:00 a.m. at the Graceland T-Jay’s. This is open to all who attend Maize Manor. It is a nice time to meet with others outside of worship, catch–up and socialize. If you can attend please call Pat Rose by 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning so she can reserve enough tables for the group.
The Care Team is made up of church members who have volunteered to contact and visit members from our church due to the following:
Hospital Visitation Team – This group connects with people who are undergoing hospitalization for surgical procedures, illness, and birth of a baby.
Long-Term Care Visitation Team – This group connects with people who are residents of long-term care facilities and have limited mobility and cannot come to church.
Home-Bound Care Visitations Team – This group connects with people who are largely confined to their homes by illness or infirmity and cannot come to church. Should you be interested please contact our Care Team Coordinator, Jerry Eberlyn
This group brings communion to people on the first Sunday of each month after the elements have been blessed during the morning services. Only people who request to have communion brought to them will receive this service.
The Care Team also has members who make phone calls to check on church members, and send out cards.
The Care Team is looking for more volunteers to serve on any of the before mentioned teams. Should you be interested please contact our Care Team Coordinator, Jerry Eberlyn
Helping Hands is a ministry that started in 1981. It is a service of love and caring to aid our church families upon the death of a loved one by providing a meal after a funeral or service. These luncheons provide a time for the family to share a story, talk with family, and begin to heal. It often comes at the busiest times and we sincerely thank all who have helped by providing food, helping with setup, serving, and clean-up. Several of our volunteers have stepped down from serving and we are in need of new faces to keep this very important ministry alive. If you would like more information or to volunteer, please call. Listen to some of the families:
“Please know that our family very much appreciates the luncheon provided after Dad’s funeral. It was so nice for us to be able to sit together and relax a bit after such a trying time. God’s blessing on all of those who helped with it. Thank you.”
“Thank you all so much for the lovely luncheon following the funeral. We appreciated the work that goes into all that setup, the delicious food, and the opportunity to visit with friends and family.”
“Helping Hands has provided meals for my family three times: the death of my brother, father, and recently my mother. When you are grieving, making arrangements with the funeral home, pastor and out of town friends and family, having a group of loving people ready and willing to help is a blessing. The meal is often the last thing you think of but it is also an important part of the process. We went to a restaurant after Larry’s mom passed. It felt cold and did nothing to start us on the road to healing, but Helping Hands provided a warm, loving place to start. It’s hard to express the comfort being with family and friends after the funeral in a place where you feel safe to cry and laugh as you share memories and begin to heal.” –Becky Rish
Please take time to check out our new hospitality bulletin boards and tables in the Narthex and Lobby!
Contact the Church Office if you have any questions or if you’re interested in any of the events listed in this bulletin. 614-267-4939.
Sun Sep 16 9:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship Sunday School Devotions Class Adult Study Contemporary Worship Kids’ Worship Sanctuary Room 114 Room 115 Parlor Fellowship Hall Room 114 Tue Sep 18 Wed Sep 19 Thu Sep 20 Sat Sep 22 Sun Sep 23 Sewing Guild Riverside Hosp Square Dancing AA TOPS Church Chat D Prayer Shawl Ministry AA Children’s Bell Choir Chancel Choir AA AA Traditional Worship Sunday School Devotions Class Adult Study Contemporary Worship Kids’ Worship Fellowship Hall Room 115 Parlor Parlor TBA Room 115 Bell Room Choir Room Parlor Room 115 Sanctuary Room 114 Room 115 Parlor Fellowship Hall Room 114
FH=Fellowship Hall ● SH=Shelter House ● YL=Youth Lounge