Welcome to Parkwood UMC

 

Parkwood United Methodist Church

A Beacon of God’s Love to All People

 


Come to the Table - July 15, 2017

Come to the Table Returns July 15th

Come to the Table will take a hiatus for the months of May and June. Please mark your calendar for July 15, 2017 which will be our next Saturday night gathering. I’ll send more details for July’s Come to the Table soon.



Opportunities to Serve Our Neighbors

Volunteer in the Urban Ministries Food Pantry and Clothes Closet, May 18th

Spend your morning helping others. Volunteer with other PUMC folks serving at Urban Ministries.

Serve Breakfast at Urban Ministries, May 27th

Volunteers are needed serve breakfast at Urban Ministries. Sign up sheet available in the church hallway.

Volunteer with the Summer Food Program

Parkwood UMC will be the site for the summer food program formerly at Emerald Forest.  This is part of our connection with Parkwood Elementary School.  The program runs from June 27-August 3.  We need volunteers to distribute the food for breakfast (9-10 am) and lunch (12-1 pm) on Mon.-Thur. each of those weeks.  This is an opportunity for you to serve the children of our community and does not require a huge commitment of time. Sign up sheets are available in the church hallway.Please join us making sure these children do not go hungry during the summer months.

Support the Durham CROP Hunger Walk

It is not too late to support the Durham CROP Hunger Walk and our ParkwoodUMC team of Walkers. Get more information at the Durham CROP Hunger Walk Website



Summer Arts Camp at Parkwood UMC

Summer Arts Camp at Parkwood UMC

God’s Green Team – Made for Caring

That is the theme of our 2nd annual Summer Arts Camp. This year boys and girls will learn about taking care of God’s creations. Children love to perform, use their hands to make things, be creative and be dramatic! We will give them an opportunity to do all of those things through our art activities. Look at this lineup!

  • Drama:  Make the props and present a drama based on a Bible story
  • Drumming:  Make “Whole World” drums to use during the drama presentation
  • Crafts:  A variety of different activities each day
  • Scrapbook making:  Learn strategies for creating scrapbooks and complete your own scrapbook.
  • Garden Crafts:  Spend time outdoors planting and making creations for a garden
  • Woodworking:  Make bird feeders

These activities will be for our children ages 6-rising 5th graders.  We will have special activities for children ages 3-5 children.

** Each evening will begin with a light dinner for the children.

Read more and Register for Summer Arts Camp!