Bluff Point United Methodist Church
Thursday, October 21, 2021

02-20-19 Article

The Detar family provided some yummy Valentines snacks this past Sunday.  At BPUMC we have fellowship hour weekly after church with delicious goodies!

Article by Joyce L. Wiedrich

Our young people have so many talents.  Emily Stempien was a star performer in the play Once Upon a
Mattress, and Noah Detar will be highlighted in his school play in early March.

Dick Smith reported that $777.00 was raised by the PY Baptist Church for Habitat for Humanity in making and selling submarine sandwiches on Super Bowl Sunday.  Dick always takes many orders for the event from our church, as well as spending much time helping in local Habitat endeavors.

During Presidents week school break beginning 2/18 our church will be one of many helping out at t the PY Presbyterian Church for daily breakfasts from 8a- 11a that week, to help combat hunger.  Beckie  Laumeier is instrumental in this project, also supported by the Living Well.

Pastor Sandi focused this week on another proverb which led into a discussion about change.  We have choices regarding change.  Change is hard- look at the recent changes in the world with cell phones, computers and new technology.  We need to embrace change, but still can honor traditions.