Updated: Nov 25, 2020
Trunk or Treat
October 30th from 6 PM - 8 PM
Everything is looking a bit different this year, but Beymer is looking to provide a safe, family fun event.
Join us in bringing an entertaining evening to Beymer and our community by signing up to help, donating treats, sharing it with your friends and family, or attending yourself. Costumes are encouraged. Crew to help set up or tear down. Maybe you are not ready to hang with Scooby-Doo and Shaggy, well Scooby is always ready for a Scooby snack. Individually wrapped treats can be dropped off at the office Monday - Thursday 9-2 or Sunday there will be a box in the Sanctuary.
Join us in bringing an entertaining evening to Beymer and our community by signing up to help, donating treats, sharing it with your friends and family, or attending yourself. Costumes are encouraged. . Crew to help set up or tear down. Maybe you are not ready to hang with Scooby-Doo and Shaggy, well Scooby is always ready for a Scooby snack. Individually wrapped treats can be dropped off at the office Monday - Thursday 9-2 or Sunday there will be a box in the Sanctuary.
Join us in brining an entertaining evening to Beymer and our community by signing up to help, donating treats, sharing it with your friends and family or attending yourself. Costumes are encouraged. Masks and social distancing will be required.
Sign up to help with Trunk-or-Treat here: https://forms.gle/8M5R7EMvmiGo8m9g8
Flag Retirement Ceremony
November 19th Scout House
The flag of the United Stares of America is an honored symbol our nation's unity, it's hopes, it's achievements, it's glory and it's resolve.
When the flag is in such condition, through wear or damage, that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, it shall be destroyed in a dignified manner befitting such a symbol. Drop boxes have been placed in the church office and sanctuary for old/worn-out flags that are no longer serviceable. The Scouts will have a Flag Retirement Ceremony at the Scout House to properly dispose of the collected flags.
Every Tuesday at 9:30 am • Stradley Room 1
Have you wondered what the Prayer Group at the church is about? Me too!
I joined them Tuesday morning for a two-fold reason. First, I told them about this idea of wanting to connect with everyone about what was happening at Beymer. There are exciting things going on and various avenues for worship and to be a part of Beymer (online, zoom meetings, groups, events, etc.) and we want everyone to know about them.
Second, they were my test group for this thing that is a blog. They said they would pray for me 😊
Where do these prayer requests come from? How does it all work? The Attendance Record form has a section you can fill out, calls come to the office, someone sends a text, there is a need seen where they work or maybe an email comes to the office. Even people at the gym ask our prayer group to pray for them!
From these requests, a prayer card is created and kept confidential. They meet weekly as a group to pray for these needs and one of the group members prays for you daily. Someone praying for your specific needs daily paints a powerful picture. At the end of 5 weeks, a letter is sent with the card that was created just for you.
Touching lives at Beymer, in our community, across the country, and our world. Don’t you want to be a part of that? Maybe you do not feel like you know how or what to pray, reminds me of a quote by Max Lucado,
“Our prayers may be awkward. Our attempts may be feeble. But since the power of prayer is in the one who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference.”
Also, you will have the support of the group to help as a guide. This group is always looking for members to join them Tuesday mornings at 9:30. Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church leaving your name and number. Someone from the prayer group will contact you.
Below are a few of the thank you letters the Prayer Ministry has received:
Like the group told me, “Prayer changes things.”
College Ministry Group
Monday Nights 7:00 pm
This past Monday, October 19th, a group of 7 college-aged students met downstairs in the Youth Basement for the first time. Moving forward, the group has decided to meet every Monday evening at 7:00 PM. This group isn't just for college students, it's for any young adult in the college-aged years looking for a place to connect. For more information contact Josh Holt at email@example.com