Summer Bible Study in the Park!
Take a refreshing plunge into scripture on four summer evenings as we dive deeply into Hope for Hard Times A study by Magrey R. deVega, Senior Pastor at Hyde Park UMC, Tampa, FL.
Open your eyes and open your hands to find hope from God in hard times. We’ve all been there. Rock bottom. The end of our rope. The last straw. During hard times, it often seems like the only option is to throw in the towel. In Hope for Hard Times, we will examine the lives of the great biblical prophets Elijah and Elisha and reveal a consistent message in their stories: Don’t give up, and don’t lose hope. Trust that God will help you find a way. Sessions include:
July 24 When the Odds Seem Against You (1 Kings 17 and 18) July 31 When You Feel Down and Out (1 Kings 18-21)
August 7 When Life Takes a Turn (2 Kings 2)
August 14 When All Seems Lost (2 Kings 4-8)
Caln Park, 253 Municipal Drive, Thorndale
Picnic Dinner at 6:00 PM
Bible Study at 6:30 PM
In connection with our Mission Link Methodist churches: Exton, Downingtown, Hopewell, Glen Moore, Thorndale, Olivet, Hibernia and Romansville. Led by Pastors Shauna Ridge and John Neider.
Every Sunday Evening
Grades 7 thru 12
6:00 to 8:00 pm
Come and bring your friends!
WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA
The Romansville United Methodist Church is honored to be part of Wreaths Across America on Saturday, December 14th at 2pm. We will have a short ceremony that honors the service of veterans buried in our cemetery. We will then lay an individual Christmas wreath on the grave of each veteran. We currently have 50 veterans buried in our cemetery. This is Romansville’s third time to be part of this national remembrance of all who served our country. Please come out for this brief ceremony and help us lay a wreath on the grave of a veteran. All are invited!
If you have a family member who was a veteran buried in Romansville UMC cemetery, please don’t miss this event. Or if you know of someone who has a family member that was a veteran buried there, please let them know about the event. It would be nice to have families and friends attend and help us honor their loved one who served our country. Everyone is welcome!