MUMC Happenings!

Find out what's happening at Marshall United Methodist Church.  This weekly eNewsletter details events, available book studies, youth and small group updates, worship opportunities, mission opportunities, financials, what's new for the greater Michigan Area United Methodist Church, and a prayer needed section.   


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Events

  • blood drive

    Friday, November 13
    Noon-5:45pm
    Walk in's are not available at this time. so please call 1-800 Red Cross for an appointment.  You can now streamline your donation experience and save up to 15 minutes by visiting RedCrossBlood.org/RapidPass on the day of your appointment. There you can complete your pre-donation reading and health history questions in advance of your arrival. There will be an additional day to give blood on Friday, December 4th from Noon-5:45pm.  Mark your calendars now!

  • macs Christmas tree gifts needed

    Marshall Area Community Services
    Since everything this year is being done differently, MACS will be no exception.  We will be collecting new item gifts for newborns through early teens only.  No adult items, please.  We will be concentrating on gift cards this year for everyone's personal safety.
     

    Anyone wishing to donate new gift item or food items can drop them off at the church by December 6.  Items ideas could include board games, ear buds/headphones, local business gift cards, amazon, etc.

  • blanket drive

    Drop off at MUMC
    Anytime before Christmas
    There are many needs at the Haven of Rest Homeless Shelter and Recovery Center, and one of those is blankets. Collect them at work, school, or in your neighborhood and drop them off at MUMC anytime between now and Christmas. Love thy neighbor by keeping your neighbor warm at night. 

  • help decorate

    Memorial Garden Holiday Decoration
    Join Marc Paskett-Cruz the week of Thanksgiving to help decorate the Memorial Garden in beautiful lights for Christmas.  We will be shutting down the fountain for the winter and would like to highlight the area for others to still enjoy time there with loved ones.  Such sacred space to enjoy in all seasons. Contact Marc by calling 269-598-6740 or email him mpaskett25@yahoo.com.

  • 56th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARADE

    The theme this year, “Joy to the World”, is meant to bring a little peace and joy to a world that has had a very stressful year. The parade will follow tradition and take place on the Monday after Thanksgiving, November 30, 2020 and begin at 7:00 PM, but it will NOT run along its normal route.

    The parade will start and stop at the Calhoun County Fairgrounds and run on a 9-mile loop around the entire town of Marshall, hitting all four quadrants and passing many parking lots. Residents may be able to watch the parade from their front windows, and visitors can view it from parked and heated cars along the route. Every entry will be motorized, there will be no walkers or animals in this year’s parade.


    Here is a map of this year's route:
    ROUTE MAP
    Christmas Parade Applications are due no later than 5:00PM on November 19. 2020
    FLOAT APPLICATION

  • Thanksgiving worship concert

    Tuesday, November 24 at 7pm
    On Facebook LIVE


    Mark your calendars and invite friends and family to join you. MUMC will be hosting a community-wide virtual Thanksgiving Worship Concert. 


    CALLING ALL MUSICIANS! If you would be interested in sharing a song or poem for this special event, let us know and our Media Director, dennis49076@me.com will instruct you on how to record safely at home from your phone and submit your videos to be part of special event. 

  • Winter Clothes Drive

    Drop off at MUMC

    Lobby


    MACS, Marshall Area Community Services, will not be doing a coat collection or giveaway this year. So, we have decided to step it up and provide as many coats as we can in a time of greater need than ever. And others are joining us! Sean Brumbaugh, Branch Manager of Kellogg Community Credit Union dropped off several bags of coats today to share with our neighbors! 

    You can drop off new or gently used winter coats in our lobby anytime. We will be dispersing them to those in need at There's Enough Community Exchange Store. May all our neighbors be covered in the warmth and love of Christ this winter! 

  • Fall Discussion Group

    The Fight for Racial Equality

    Wednesdays at 8 pm

    On Facebook Live


    Join Pastor Melany through Facebook LIVE as she leads a discussion on racial inequality in the United States. Scripture, videos, articles, John Wesley's sermons, and books will be used as resources. The goal of the group is to have a safe space to share fears and concerns, outrage and support, as we learn together what it truly means to "love thy neighbor." 

    Register HERE for Facebook LIVE. 

  • fresh food distribution

    The First Wednesday of every month, starting at 4 pm MUMC hosts the Fresh Food Distribution. What a blessing it has been to begin offering fresh food to our neighbors and friends. Watch the video below to see just how many we are able to serve each month! Watch Here