Bluff Point United Methodist Church
Sunday, March 18, 2018

05-06-15 Article

How cute is this?  Harper Perry comes from a very musical family and is learning music appreciation at a young age, sitting patiently by her grandmother, organist Elly Stempien at Sunday service at BPUMC
BPUMC Article by Joyce L. Wiedrich

More snowbirds have come home!  We are elated!  We are still waiting for a few stragglers...

Pastor Judy gave the children a lesson in kindness, as puppet Lamb Chop tried to fix Wrinkles up.  We are all God's sheep, and he takes care of us.  Words can hurt, and we need to treat one another as God teaches us to do. 

Pastor Judy continued her message in the sermon, showing us how God has laid his life down for us, and that we need to help those who need our help.  The sermon, titled "God's GPS" or God's Protective Service showed each of us that it is God, walking with us, that comes to help us when we are overwhelmed.  We need to keep anchored to the Good Shepard, who pulls his sheep back with his crook when they are lost.  The sheep know the Shepard's voice, as we need to know the voice of God.

Waneta Neilsen gave a beautiful testimony of how God has touched her life, before our closing hymn of "Savior Like a Shepard Lead Us". 

Coming up: 
Road clean-up Thursday May 7th at 9a.  All welcome to help!  A little exercise and many hands make for light work!

Men's Golf Club will be starting soon!  Get those drivers and putters cleaned up.

Please join us on Sundays at our 9am service.  Visitors always welcome!