Sunday, 18 September 2011

Thank you to Sara Maldonado for her wonderful presentation Pancakes, Cookbooks and Godwink Moments. It was excellent.
Thank you to Jim Embrey for a wonderful prayer.
Thank you to our Greeters and Refreshers:
Kevin and Barbara Meehan
Sharon Bookout

Visitors:
Rocky and Susan Goins

September Birthdays:
18 Debbie Jacoby
22 Dana Solomon
24 Diane Woolsey

Announcements:

Greeters and Refreshments for Sunday 25 September
Jim McCann and Angelyn Dale
Kirk and Michelle Place

If any of you are wanting to learn about Fly Fishing , contact John Sherman.

Peace Through Faith, Hope & Love, The Annual Mission Tea Thursday 15, September 2011 from 11:00AM to 1:30PM. The hosts will be Ed and Erma Henson at 3115 S Columbia Avenue Tulsa OK. Donations benefiting the Boston Avenue United Methodist Women. A shuttle will depart from Boston Ave South Parking Lot at 11:00AM, 11:45AM and 12:30PM.

Sunday September 25 at 12:30Pm to 4:00PM at Boston Avenue is Bullying and Decision Making. Lunch is $7 person, free for children 12 and younger. Please RSVP with Paula Gradney at 918-699-0129 or paulagradney(at)bostonavenue.org by Wednesday September 21. Bullying can be a major factor in how our children and youth manage their school environment. In a timely workshop Kim Fantor will help parents and family members:
Identify the different types of bullying.
Understand the causes and negative outcome of bullying.
Identify the different parenting styles and the impact they have on bullies/victims.
Identify strategies for coping with bullying.
Understand what steps can be taken to empower victims and bystanders.
Learn how to enhance critical thinking skills for decision making and predicting consequences to increase prevention.

Discover Islam: Come and learn about Islam and help dispel the many myths about Islam in America.
October 4 Islam: Faith & History
October 11 Islam: A Faith Hijacked
October 18 Christians & Islam
October 25 African Americans 7 Islam
November 1 Islam: An American Faith
November 8 Women in Islam
One hour session begins at 6:30PM. For more information please call 918-583-5181 or billcrowell(at)bostonavenue.org for free reservations. Respected members of the Tulsa Islamic Community will be present to hear comments and answer questions.

Thursday 6 October, Clarehouse’s Under the Harvest Moon from 6PM to 9PM at Southern Hills Country Club 2636 E 61st Street Tulsa OK. Special Honoree: Jim Geurin , M.D. Tickets $95. Cocktail Attire

Thursday October 13 2011 at 1:00PM: TU Wesley Foundation The 18th Annual Golf for Student Missions Tournament
Location: WhiteHawk Golf Club 14515 South Yale Avenue Bixby OK 74008. Phone: 918-366-4653
Cost: $100 per player (Sorry for the mistake in class). $50 for Golf and Meal and a $50 tax deductible donation to campus ministry at TU. Come at 11:30AM to sign up, buy some mulligans and hit a bucket of balls. The $100 player fee includes range balls, cart, green fee, door prizes, meal and great fellowship. Sponsors who sponsor a hole get a color sign courtesy of Dunbar Signs, recognized in our tournament program and in our newsletter. Par-$150, Birdie-$200, Eagle-$250, Hole-In-One-Sponsor $500. Additional we are looking for gifts/merchandise we can offer as gifts or prizes to our players. AKA: golf clubs, gift certificate, sport blankets, Cd’s, umbrellas, craft items. Please contact wesley(at)wesleytu.org or 918-592-5778 if you can provide gifts or merchandise.

15 Oct is Downtown for Good: We are looking for people who need help. Specifically, people who would not be able to do the task needed on their own. If you know of such a person please email Denny and Suzy Meredith-Orr, odms2(at)yahoo.com. Registration being taken in Bishop’s Hall T Shirts are now available, the color is gray.

Please sign up for picture directory appointment at http://www.bostonavenue.org. All who participate will receive a free 8X10 portrait and pets are welcome.

The Front Porch Project of Tulsa, 2 day Community Training Sunday October 9 12PM to 5:30PM and Sunday October 23 12PM to 5:30PM at Boston Avenue United Methodist Church. Lunch and Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP by September 26 Kathleen Benfield 918-699-0503 or kbenfield(at)parentchildcenter.org. The Front Porch Project is aimed at training people from all walks of life on how to safely and appropriately intervene in such circumstances and this past year became the latest Primary Prevention Program of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, a child abuse prevention agency.

2011 Project School Supplies: Restore Hope Ministries has set a goal of 2500 students for this fall, support is needed. A donation of $25 will provide one child a full set of supplies.

Joys and Concerns
45th Infantry
Nancy – Retina
Enid – Stomach Surgery
Josh Wansley – moving from South Africa to Washington DC

Have a great week. I hope to see all on Sunday

William

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Sunday, 18 September 2011

Thank you to Sara Maldonado for her wonderful presentation Pancakes, Cookbooks and Godwink Moments. It was excellent.
Thank you to Jim Embrey for a wonderful prayer.
Thank you to our Greeters and Refreshers:
Kevin and Barbara Meehan
Sharon Bookout

Visitors:
Rocky and Susan Goins

September Birthdays:
18 Debbie Jacoby
22 Dana Solomon
24 Diane Woolsey

Announcements:

Greeters and Refreshments for Sunday 25 September
Jim McCann and Angelyn Dale
Kirk and Michelle Place

If any of you are wanting to learn about Fly Fishing , contact John Sherman.

Peace Through Faith, Hope & Love, The Annual Mission Tea Thursday 15, September 2011 from 11:00AM to 1:30PM. The hosts will be Ed and Erma Henson at 3115 S Columbia Avenue Tulsa OK. Donations benefiting the Boston Avenue United Methodist Women. A shuttle will depart from Boston Ave South Parking Lot at 11:00AM, 11:45AM and 12:30PM.

Sunday September 25 at 12:30Pm to 4:00PM at Boston Avenue is Bullying and Decision Making. Lunch is $7 person, free for children 12 and younger. Please RSVP with Paula Gradney at 918-699-0129 or paulagradney(at)bostonavenue.org by Wednesday September 21. Bullying can be a major factor in how our children and youth manage their school environment. In a timely workshop Kim Fantor will help parents and family members:
Identify the different types of bullying.
Understand the causes and negative outcome of bullying.
Identify the different parenting styles and the impact they have on bullies/victims.
Identify strategies for coping with bullying.
Understand what steps can be taken to empower victims and bystanders.
Learn how to enhance critical thinking skills for decision making and predicting consequences to increase prevention.

Discover Islam: Come and learn about Islam and help dispel the many myths about Islam in America.
October 4 Islam: Faith & History
October 11 Islam: A Faith Hijacked
October 18 Christians & Islam
October 25 African Americans 7 Islam
November 1 Islam: An American Faith
November 8 Women in Islam
One hour session begins at 6:30PM. For more information please call 918-583-5181 or billcrowell(at)bostonavenue.org for free reservations. Respected members of the Tulsa Islamic Community will be present to hear comments and answer questions.

Thursday 6 October, Clarehouse’s Under the Harvest Moon from 6PM to 9PM at Southern Hills Country Club 2636 E 61st Street Tulsa OK. Special Honoree: Jim Geurin , M.D. Tickets $95. Cocktail Attire

Thursday October 13 2011 at 1:00PM: TU Wesley Foundation The 18th Annual Golf for Student Missions Tournament
Location: WhiteHawk Golf Club 14515 South Yale Avenue Bixby OK 74008. Phone: 918-366-4653
Cost: $100 per player (Sorry for the mistake in class). $50 for Golf and Meal and a $50 tax deductible donation to campus ministry at TU. Come at 11:30AM to sign up, buy some mulligans and hit a bucket of balls. The $100 player fee includes range balls, cart, green fee, door prizes, meal and great fellowship. Sponsors who sponsor a hole get a color sign courtesy of Dunbar Signs, recognized in our tournament program and in our newsletter. Par-$150, Birdie-$200, Eagle-$250, Hole-In-One-Sponsor $500. Additional we are looking for gifts/merchandise we can offer as gifts or prizes to our players. AKA: golf clubs, gift certificate, sport blankets, Cd’s, umbrellas, craft items. Please contact wesley(at)wesleytu.org or 918-592-5778 if you can provide gifts or merchandise.

15 Oct is Downtown for Good: We are looking for people who need help. Specifically, people who would not be able to do the task needed on their own. If you know of such a person please email Denny and Suzy Meredith-Orr, odms2(at)yahoo.com. Registration being taken in Bishop’s Hall T Shirts are now available, the color is gray.

Please sign up for picture directory appointment at http://www.bostonavenue.org. All who participate will receive a free 8X10 portrait and pets are welcome.

The Front Porch Project of Tulsa, 2 day Community Training Sunday October 9 12PM to 5:30PM and Sunday October 23 12PM to 5:30PM at Boston Avenue United Methodist Church. Lunch and Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP by September 26 Kathleen Benfield 918-699-0503 or kbenfield(at)parentchildcenter.org. The Front Porch Project is aimed at training people from all walks of life on how to safely and appropriately intervene in such circumstances and this past year became the latest Primary Prevention Program of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, a child abuse prevention agency.

2011 Project School Supplies: Restore Hope Ministries has set a goal of 2500 students for this fall, support is needed. A donation of $25 will provide one child a full set of supplies.

Joys and Concerns
45th Infantry
Nancy – Retina
Enid – Stomach Surgery
Josh Wansley – moving from South Africa to Washington DC

Have a great week. I hope to see all on Sunday

William

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Sunday, 11 September 2011

A special thank you to Gary Peluso-Verdend for a wonderful presentation during the last two Sundays.
Thank you to Scott Morgan for a wonderful prayer.
A special welcome back to Rev Paul Staat. We are glad that you are doing well.

Thank you to those who Greeted and Refreshed us:
Denny and Suzy Meredith-Orr
Nancy Morgan

September Birthdays:
11 Michelle Place
13 Mary Bones
13 Sherry Griffin
15 Sharon Earley
15 Beverly North
16 Christi Luks

September Anniversaries:
11 David and Susan Rose
12 Joe and Karen Harris

Announcements:
Our speaker for Sunday September 18 will be Sara Maldanado “Pancakes, Cookbooks, and Godwink Moments”

Our Greeters and Refreshments for Sunday September 18:
Set Up: Sharon Bookout
Clean Up: Kevin and Barbara Meehan

15 Oct is Downtown for Good: We are looking for people who need help. Specifically, people who would not be able to do the task needed on their own. If you know of such a person please email Denny and Suzy Meredith-Orr odms2(at)yahoo.com
Registration and t-shirt orders are being taken in Bishop’s Hall.

Please sign up for picture directory appointment at http://www.bostonavenue.org. All who participate will receive a free 8X10 portrait and pets are welcome.

Peace Through Faith, Hope & Love, The Annual Mission Tea Thursday 15 September 2011 from 11:00AM to 1:30PM. The hosts will be Ed and Erma Henson at 3115 S Columbia Avenue Tulsa OK. Donations benefiting the Boston Avenue United Methodist Women. A shuttle will depart from Boston Ave South Parking Lot at 11:00AM, 11:45AM and 12:30PM.

The Front Porch Project of Tulsa, 2 day Community Training Sunday, October 9 12PM to 5:30PM and Sunday October 23 12PM to 5:30PM at Boston Avenue United Methodist Church. Lunch and Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP by September 26 Kathleen Benfield 918-699-0503 or kbenfield(at)parentchildcenter.org.
The Front Porch Project is aimed at training people from all walks of life on how to safely and appropriately intervene in such circumstances and this past year became the latest Primary Prevention Program of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, a child abuse prevention agency.

Sunday September 25 at 12:30Pm to 4:00PM at Boston Avenue is Bullying and Decision Making. Lunch is $7 person, free for children 12 and younger. Please RSVP with Paula Gradney at 918-699-0129 or paulagradney(at)bostonavenue.org by Wednesday September 21. Bullying can be a major factor in how our children and youth manage their school environment. In a timely workshop Kim Fantor will help parents and family members:
Identify the different types of bullying.
Understand the causes and negative outcome of bullying.
Identify the different parenting styles and the impact they have on bullies/victims.
Identify strategies for coping with bullying.
Understand what steps can be taken to empower victims and bystanders. Learn how to enhance critical thinking skills for decision making and predicting consequences to increase prevention.

2011 Project School Supplies: Restore Hope Ministries has set a goal of 2500 students for this fall, support is needed. A donation of $25 will provide one child a full set of supplies.

Thursday October 13 2011 at 1:00PM: TU Wesley Foundation The 18th Annual Golf for Student Missions Tournament
Location: WhiteHawk Golf Club 14515 South Yale Avenue Bixby OK 74008
Phone: 918-366-4653
Cost: $100 per player (Sorry for the mistake in class). $50 for Golf and Meal and a $50 tax deductible donation to campus ministry at TU.
Come at 11:30AM to sign up, buy some mulligans and hit a bucket of balls. The $100 player fee includes range balls, cart, green fee, door prizes, meal and great fellowship.
Sponsors who sponsor a hole get a color sign courtesy of Dunbar Signs, recognized in our tournament program and in our newsletter. Par-$150, Birdie-$200, Eagle-$250, Hole-In-One-Sponsor $500
Additional we are looking for gifts/merchandise we can offer as gifts or prizes to our players. AKA: golf clubs, gift certificate, sport blankets, Cd’s, umbrellas, craft items
Please contact wesley(at)wesleytu.org or 918-592-5778 if you can provide gifts or merchandise.

Have a great week. I hope to see all on Sunday

William

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