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Belmont United Methodist Church in Belmont Massachusetts

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The Churchlight - October 2006


Contents
From Larry, through the looking glass
Mission Opportunities
Retreat Opportunities
From Liz
Announcements
   Life Line Screening
   Electronic Churchlight
   Pumpkin Fair
   Coffee Hour
Sunshine Page
Joys and Concerns
Methodist Hymnal
Worship Schedule

through the looking glass
L. L. Wimmer

John Wesley and the early Methodists saw their work in the simplest, most uncomplicated terms: Do all the good you can, to all the people you can, in all the places you can. And that is what they actually did. They collected food and clothing and provided housing for the poor. They established schools where children were not being educated. They set up free medical clinics in his preaching houses. He sent yarn to impoverished weavers and even established a loan program to distribute seed money to struggling merchants. (Does some of this sound familiar?) Wesley lived by Galatians 6:2 which says "Bear one another's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ." We Methodist have a rich heritage. Our beginnings are solid and true. An outpouring of the Holy Spirit moved people to live out a meaningful religious life serving one another and the world around them. Sometimes what is old is new for we need to revive our reasons for being, to remember that we are here to do all the good we can. Our struggle is to build a community that is strong and able to reach out to the world with resources and people that want nothing more than to do all the good we can. Our life together is not just about beliefs but about actions. We have to find the time and the energy and the clearness to act, to do good, to reach out. It is no coincidence that the congregations that are growing and prosperous and enjoying their life together, are the ones that are the most generous with their time and resources, that are doing something for good where they are. Perhaps it is time for us to review what we are doing, to celebrate and strengthen what we are doing for good right now and have, perhaps, taken for granted, and to envision new things we could do to make the world better. The time is now to renew our passion for mission. Our work in evangelism and stewardship were strengthened last year and we must continue this work to build the kind of community that will have the resources to make a difference in the world by seeking new ways to be in mission to the world. The Methodist movement was begun as a mission. We at Belmont have a rich history of mission. May it also be our future that begins in this present moment. Let us celebrate our Methodist tradition which is at once practical and passionate, thoughtful and visionary. It is a good and valuable thing to be a United Methodist in the world today. We have much to do and be and we will need each other and openness to God's Holy Spirit to be what we need to be to do what we need to do.   Jesus said, "You are the light of the world." When we do all the good we can our light is shining bright.  Let your light shine. Do all the good you can. Be the church with me. Thanks be to God. 

Mission Opportunities
Habitat for Humanity is building a house in Belmont this fall. We have been invited to participate in the project either with volunteer labor, financial support, communication and prayers. Colin Campbell has offered to be our representative to the project. The project was dedicated on September 26 and we will be hearing more about how we can join together to do something good right where we are.)

In these days of early fall the Massachusetts Interfaith Committee is advocating for worker justice. The focus at the moment is on a campaign to help security officers to improve their lives. How ironic in these days where security seems so crucial that most security personnel face poverty wages and can barely make ends meet. They are not the only ones. How do we create a society where those who work in it are paid enough to live in it?

Dare Family Services in Somerville needs people willing to be foster parents. They are currently seeking foster homes in Belmont. If this is a something you might consider please cal Marilyn or Janelle at 617 628-3696 for more information. You can also check out their web page at www.darefamily.org 

Ask about our RIM and Prison Ministries, about the Food Pantry and Bristol Lodge. The Heifer Project needs a coordinator. People are needed at all levels of our outreach programs. What are the needs of our community? How can we meet them?

We are beginning the process of establishing a relationship with a United Methodist congregation destroyed or damaged by the Katrina disaster to help them with the rebuilding.

The Society for Biblical Studies is still looking for people to plant trees in Palestine or to provide trees for planting.

NOLA Public School Care Package:
Hi, Everybody!  I hope you had a great weekend, it sure was beautiful  I’m sending down a care package for a New Orleans public school, and I thought you should know in case you wanted to include any miscellaneous art supplies you may have hanging around in the box or send on your own.  My friend Shanna D’Antonio is an art teacher in New Orleans, and she’s got no supplies.  The kids are drawing on copy paper with pencil for going on three weeks.  These are some of the few kids left in a tragically decimated area.  She has 120 students.  Here’s her school’s address:
Rabouin High School Art Department
727 Carondelet Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
I’ll try and mail out the bulk of it by about 2 weeks.  Just give me a call if you want me to pick it up.  Thanks!  Her wish list is canvas paper (available at Target), prismacolor oil paint sticks, brushes and art papers.  Thanks everybody!  Have a beautiful day! Kirstin llse v.S. Reagan 617-484-0502

Retreat Opportunities
Southern New England Men's Walk to Emmaus Oct 19-21,
Exeter RI contact:dmschuyler@comcast.net

Southern New England Women's Walk to Emmaus Oct 26-28,
Exeter RI contact:dmschuyler@comcast.net

Five-Day Academy for Spiritual Formation
Shrewsbury, MA Oct. 22-27
contact:rmcnulty@neumc.org 978 682-7676 ext. 201

New England School for Congregational Development
Oct. 26-28 Worcester, MA
contact: curtis@neumc.org 978 682-7676 ext. 210

From Liz
Whew!  How blessed are we to be so busy with such wonderful things? Our program year is in motion!  We had a great Sunday School kick-off celebration on September 17, with a fun make-your-own T shirt activity planned and led by Kirstin Reagan.  Thanks, Kirstin, for all your hard work!  All of our Christian Education programs are up and running—and, as always, they thrive so well because of the many dedicated volunteers at BUMC.  Here is what we offer—consider where you might be able to help out!
     Nursery Care is offered on Sunday mornings during worship, from about 9:50-11:10.  Currently, parents of infants and toddlers have been taking turns in the nursery, but we would like to minister to these parents by being able to give them more of a break on Sunday mornings.  I will be volunteering once a month in the nursery; if you would like a “baby fix”, come give it a try, too!  There is a sign-up sheet in the Narthex, or you can call our Nursery Coordinator, Kathie Stayton, at 978-443-5474.
     Children’s Church meets in the chapel weekly during worship for kids age 4 through grade 4.  On Communion Sundays, we meet at 10, then join our families in worship in time for Communion; all other Sundays, we start out in worship and head to Children’s Church after the Time for Children.   We use curriculum focusing on different parts of worship and on helping kids learn to use their bibles; for the first six weeks of this program year, we are starting with a unit on prayer. Children’s Church is coordinated by Ann Ashford.  Youth group members are wonderful helpers, but we need adult leaders each week.  If you are interested in leading, please call Ann at 781-899-5960.
     Sunday School is using an exciting learning center format this year.  Based entirely upstairs in the Music Room and Yellow Room, it is a multi-age adventure offering kids a choice of learning styles and activities.  When the bell rings at 11:30, all children from preschool through grade 7 head up to the music room for a short video segment introducing the week’s lesson, taught by Heather Sullivan, and a song, led by Linda Keltner.  From there, they will have a choice of several lesson-based activities to pursue in the Yellow Room—art, crafts, puzzles, writing, woodworking, banner making, yarn work—maybe even computer based activities—the possibilities are endless!  While we have a core group of teachers, this curriculum gives us the opportunity to use the talents of many folks from the congregation—if you would like to offer your skills, call Heather Sullivan at 781-643-2445.
     Older than 7th grade?  There is a class for you, too!  Grade 8 will meet in the Chapel with Ann Ashford; Grades 9-10 meet in the Youth Room with Elizabeth Whitley, and Grades 11-12 meet in Imler Parlor with Linda Kincaid.  Adults start their studies with John Whitley in the Parlor!
     Confirmation will happen again this year—we are trying to work out the kinks with scheduling, then we will be under way!  If you would like to share your faith by mentoring one of our Confirmands through this process, please speak to Larry or me!
     MYF (aka Youth Group) had a thought-provoking, fun (and filling!) first meeting on September 17.  We have large, strong, active groups for both Jr. High and Sr. High MYF, and a full slate of activities and meetings planned for the fall.  One of the most promising new ventures will be joining with the Calvary UMC MYF from Arlington for some activities.  Our regular advisors are Elizabeth Whitley, Steve and Lisa Courtney, and me—but we rely on parents and other volunteers to help out on a regular basis.  Can you join us?  If you are willing to come have fun occasionally (or every week!) give me a call at 617-489-5557.
     Yikes!  And that’s not all that’s going on around here!  If volunteering in Christian Ed is not your thing, there are many other ways you can be involved in ministry in this place.  Just keep reading—how about greeting?  Or missions?  Or property care?  Or worship?  Or helping in the office? Or volunteering at the food pantry? Or knitting mittens? Whatever your gifts and interests are, we have a place for you here.  Give me a call—617-489-5557!

Announcements
Life Line Screening
On Monday, Oct. 30 Life Line Screening will be at Payson Park Church.  They offer 4 non-invasive, completely painless screenings using Doppler ultrasound technology.  Stroke Screening/Carotoid Artery, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening, Peripheral Arterial Disease Screening, Osteoporosis Screening.   Pre-registration is required.  Please call 1-800-324-1851 for information.

Electronic Churchlight
The church office is trying to cut back on paper and for the past few months volunteers have been sending the newsletter via email.  The plan is to only mail out a few paper copies to those who do not have email or access to the web.  Please let the office know if you would like a paper copy mailed to you – or if you would like to pick it up at church.

Pumpkin Fair – What is it?
It is FUN activities which increase our fellowship with each other, introduce enjoyment into the neighborhood, and earn money for our mission projects.  Events at the Pumpkin Fair will be Games, Crafts, Food, Pumpkin Decorating and Mega Yard Sale.
     The Pumpkin Fair will be on Sat. October 14th from 10 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  We need help setting up, running the fair and taking things down.  Set-up will occur on Fri. October 13th beginning at 6:00 p.m.  We will be setting up tables in the social hall, gym and in the parking lot.  There will also be games to set up.  Fair Day – Beginning at 8:30 we will be positioning tables and games in their locations for the day.  At 9:55 the first shift of workers need to be in place so we can open on time.  We are hoping to have children and adults who can help throughout the day.  These jobs include but are not confined to selling tickets, monitoring activities (games, crafts, and pumpkin decorating), selling food.  Many of these jobs can be done sitting down and a friendly face is your most important asset.  At 4:00 we will close up and begin taking down the games and tables.  We would like to have everything taken down before dark.  There will also be a need for money counters at this time.
     Bake Sale: We welcome donations for the bake sale – these can be individual cookies, brownies, cupcakes or they can be breads, cakes, pies . . . Please nothing with custards.  Many hands make light work and so please pitch in and do what you can.  There will be signup sheets at the church or you can call me at 617-489-1340.  Louise Halstead.

Coffee Hour (differs from printed version)
Please consider volunteering to coordinate Coffee Hour. It’s fun, easy, and greatly appreciated.  Coordinator’s duties include making coffee; setting the tables; cleaning up (usually with help); and providing milk, cream, cold drink as necessary. It does not include soliciting food since food items are provided by those people whose last initial falls into the following groups:  You may volunteer for any group, not just for your “letter.”  Questions? Ask Linda Rodi, 617-489-1538, llrodi@yahoo.com

Oct.   1: DEFG group coordinated by Terry Grimm (781-648-6927)
Oct.   8: HIJKL group
Oct. 15: MNOPQ group
Oct. 22:  Ministry Fair
Oct. 29: RSTU group coordinated by Donna Esposito-Rosenstein and Kathy Touzjian
Nov   5: VWXYZ group, coordinated by Ava Walsh (781-891-4092)

Sunshine Page
New Members
Welcome to Diane Hutchins Fridmann, who joined the church on September 17, 2006.

Baptisms
Lindsey Diane Fridmann, daughter of Diane Hutchins Fridmann and Michel Fridmann, born March 28, 2006 was baptized on September 10, 2006.

October Birthdays


  3:       Stephanie Muirhead
  5:       Warren Stockwood
  8:       Margaret Wicks
            Roy Greenland
            Mimi Anderson
            Fiona Milton
10:        Brian Pahlm
            McKenna Ashford
12:        Scott Koumjian
            Cody Anderson
14:        Kerry Wilson
17:        Robert Montanaro
21:        Virginia Jay
22:        Mei-Ling Wong
23:        David Rumpf
24:        Pamela Vershbow
            Lynn Monahan
25:        David Blaisdell
            Virginia Hayward
26:        Joel Grimm
27:        Hazel Taber
28:        Margaret Nelson
29:        Sally Schear
30:        Jane Albert
            Maura Emery
31:        Ronia Peterson

October Anniversaries:

  6:       Morrie Bailey and Anita Miller
15:        Steve and Deirdre Savarese
20:        Barry and Judy Anderson
26:        Brad and Kathie Stayton
27:        Mike Bent and Linda Kincaid

Joys and Concerns
Our sympathies are with Joel, Terry Grimm and family, on the death of Joel’s sister, Jamie on September 16 after a battle with cancer.  Our thoughts are with the Grimms and Jamie’s extended family and friends.

The Methodist Hymnal
O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing
Author – Charles Wesley, 1707-1788
Composer – Carl Glaser, 1784-1829

Charles Wesley was born in Epworth, Lincolnshire, England to Samuel and Suzanna Wesley on December 18, 1707.  He was next to the youngest of 19 children.  His great-grandfather and grandfather had been Church of England clergymen as was his father.  His mother, besides assisting her husband in his ministry, also provided academic and spiritual training for the children.  At age 19 Charles entered Oxford University and upon graduation received holy orders from the Anglican church.  He and his brother John were sent to America by the Anglican church to assist Gov. Olgethorpe with the religious climate in Georgia as well as evangelize the Indians.
     During the crossing they came into contact with a group of German Moravians, an evangelical group characterized by missionary concerns and known for enthusiastic hymn singing.  John was so impressed by these people that he made a detailed study of the hymnal used in their home church in Herrnhut, Germany and translated many hymns into English and used them in the Anglican service.
     The ministry of America failed and the Wesleys returned to England where again they came to know a group of Moravian believers who met in Altersgate, London.  On Pentecost Sunday in 1738 Charles attended a service with them and had a conversion experience.  A short time later his brother John had a similar spiritual experience which changed their ministry.  In their “Ministry of Conversion” the Wesleys saw how useful hymns could be for the teaching of scripture.  Between 1737 and 1786 they published 63 hymnals with many hymns from Moravian background but, by far, the greatest number were by Charles.  In 1780, various hymnals were consolidated into “A Collection of Hymns for use of the people called Methodists.”  It is said they traveled a quarter of a million miles, mostly on horseback to conduct 40,000 public services.  They both remained in full communion with the Church of England but their ministry was almost exclusively to independent congregations.  Methodism was not established as an organized dissenting group until 1808.
     O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing was written in 1749 on the occasion of Charles’s 11th anniversary of his Altersgate conversion experience and is thought to have been inspired by a remark by Peter Bohler, an influential Moravian leader who said, “Had I a thousand tongues, I would praise Christ Jesus with all of them.”  The hymn originally had 18 stanzas and when published was titled “For the Anniversary day of one’s Conversion.”  Most verses dealt in a personal way with Charles’s own experience and today we use only 7 of them.  (All the verses can be read on page 58 of our hymnal.)  The hymn has powerful images that Christians have responded to for centuries.
     Charles Wesley is considered one of the greatest of English hymn writers.  If you look at the hymns in our hymnbook you can know the riches of his work: Hark, the Herald Angels Sing: Jesus, Lover of my Soul: Christ the Lord is Risen Today: Love Divine, all Love Excelling – to name a few of the more than fifty currently listed.
     There was a lot of musical ability in his family.  Charles himself had a good voice and led the singing of his hymns.  His grandson, Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876) wrote the music for many hymns the most familiar being, The Church’s One Foundation.

October 2006 Worship Services

October 1:10:00 a.m. Worship               Communion                          Color: Green
Lectionary Readings: Esther 7:1-6, 9-10; 9:20-22, James 5:13-20, Mark 9:38-50

October 8:10:00 a.m. Worship                Baptism                              Color: Green
Lectionary Readings: Job 1:1; 2:1-10, Hebrews 1:1-4; 2:5-12, Mark 10:2-16

October 15:10:00 a.m. Worship                                                       Color: Green
Lectionary Readings: Job 23:1-9, 16-17, Hebrews 4:12-16, Mark 10:17-31

October 22:10:00 a.m. Worship             Laity Sunday                        Color: Green
Lectionary Readings: Job 38:1-7 (34-41), Hebrews 5:1-10, Mark 10:35-45

October 29: 10:00 a.m.  Worship           Communion                           Color: Green
Lectionary Readings: Job 42:1-6, 10-17, Hebrews 7:
23-28, Mark 10:46-52



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