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  • MAY 2015 CARILLON

    May Preaching Schedule 2

    Condolences 2

    May Special Offerings 3

    Leadership Development Day 3

    Children’s Ministry 4

    Youth Ministry Fundraiser 4

    High School Graduates 4

    Campus Ministry 5

    Spring College Graduates 5

    Faith Formation 6-7

    Vacation Bible School 7

    Spectrum 8

    Fair-Trade Coffee & Chocolate 8

    United Methodist Women 9

    Community Rewards Program 10

    Stone Village Church 11

    Mission Partnerships 12

    Offering Envelopes 12

    INSERT: May Calendar

    May Birthdays 13-14

    INSIDE THIS ISSUEINSIDE THIS ISSUEINSIDE THIS ISSUEINSIDE THIS ISSUE

    GIVING MATTERS by Bill Brownson

    Thanks to your generosity we ended the first quarter with only a slight operating fund deficit.

    With your financial support we were able to hire Jim LeVally as our Children & Youth Coordinator, an investment in a criti- cal mission area.

    While unpredictable winter weather can cause people to miss church and make giving uncertain, beautiful summer weather is actually predictable – it’s when we take our vacations and other activities get in the way of church. So that your support can continue even when you can’t make it to services, please consider having your contribution automatically made from your bank account weekly, biweekly, or monthly.

    For more information on this giving program, please contact Rebecca Naas, Office Manager, rebecca@kingave.org or (614) 424-6050, ext. 100. Enrollment forms are also available at the Welcome Desk.

    Your support makes all of King Avenue’s ministries possi- ble. Thank you!

    May Lit Club THE SHORT AND

    TRAGIC LIFE OF ROBERT PEACE

    by Jeff Hobbs

    Sunday, May 31 at 7pm in the Logos Lounge

  • M AY 2015 PAGE 2

    May Preaching Schedule

    Condolences Ranzie E. Gambill, Sr., grandfather of Garrett Guillozet, who died on Friday, April 17.

    Peter Ross Rylance, father of Mark Rylance, who died on Monday, March 30.

    May 3 Fifth Sunday of Easter

    Communion College Graduation Sunday

    Huggins’ Ministry Special Offering John Keeny

    2 Timothy 3:16-17 Mark 10:17-31*

    May 17

    Ascension Sunday Confirmation and New Member Sunday

    Colleen Ogle Leviticus 11:1-12

    Colossians 1:15-20*

    May 10 Sixth Sunday of Easter

    John Keeny Luke 1:46-55

    2 Samuel 12:1-14*

    May 24

    Pentecost John Keeny

    Galatians 3:26-29 Matthew 22:34-40*

    May 31

    Trinity Sunday Peace with Justice Sunday

    Anna Guillozet Romans 8:12-17

    Isaiah 6:1-8*

    *preaching text

    Sermon Series A Lamp unto My Feet: How We Read the Bible for Moral Guidance

    Sundays through May 24

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    May Special Offerings

    Peace with Justice On Sunday, May 31 during all worship services a special offer- ing will be collected for Peace with Justice. This special Sunday enables The United Methodist Church to witness to God's hope for a faithful, loving world. The offering awards grants to organi- zations who advocate for peace and equality. Fifty percent of the offering will stay in the West Ohio Conference and be used for ministries like the Freedom School at Summit and Broad Street United Methodist Church.

    Please make checks payable to King Avenue UMC and indicate PEACE in the memo line. Denominational offering envelopes will be supplied.

    Huggins Ministry Fund The Huggins Ministry Fund has helped to create, develop and sustain innovative ministries at King Avenue and Stone Village churches. Just a few of these ministries include Music, Children's Education, and LGBT programs. Special offerings will be received on Sunday, April 26 and Sunday, May 3.

    LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT DAY by Doug Gill

    Save the Date: Saturday, August 29, 2015

    Want to make a positive difference at King Avenue and in the world? Then, join us Saturday, August 29 for Leadership Development Day! It's open to all King Avenue family and friends. Learn about your natural strengths and how to use them for maxi- mum impact for the good. Stay tuned for details in next month’s newsletter.

  • M AY 2015 PAGE 4

    CHILDREN’S MINISTRY by April Olt

    The final Sunday for AWE at 9am, Sunday School, and Children's Choir will be on Sun- day, May 17. We will still offer a combined AWE at 11am in the Sensory Room beginning May 31.

    The nursery will continue to be open on Sundays from 8:30am - 12:15pm.

    We will run a special Summer Sunday School for families from July 5 - August 16 at 10am.

    YOUTH MINISTRY FUNDRAISER by April Olt

    On Sunday, May 3, the youth will pass out M & M mini tubes to the congregation during both services.

    This sweet gift will be provided to your family by King Avenue United Methodist Youth as a thank you for supporting the Mission and Ministry of our Youth Programs!

    Our goal with this treat is to raise money to support the cost of our summer mission trip and to provide funding for all youth to participate in our events. Our next mission trip is to Cincinnati, OH this summer. The total cost of this trip is $4500.00.

    How can you help?

    1. Eat the sweet treat of mini M&M’s in this container.

    2. With your pocket change from everyone in the house fill the container with quar- ters.

    3. Each time you put a quarter in the tube, or eat some M&M’s, say a prayer for the King Avenue UMC Youth.

    High School Graduates will be recognized on Sunday, June 7.

    If you or someone in your home is graduating this year, please send the following infor- mation to Rebecca Naas, rebecca@kingave.org or (614) 424-6050, ext. 100:

    Graduate’s Full Name

    Name of High School and City

    What next?

    Example: John Smith; Whetstone High School, Columbus, OH; attending The Ohio State Uni- versity, majoring in Communications.

  • PAGE 5 CARILLON

    We are looking for people who are inter- ested in joining a roundtable discussion with the campus ministry leadership team at KAUMC about the future of campus ministry, its programs and outreach. If

    you have ideas and would like to be part of this conversation, please contact Chris Cassidy as soon as possible but no later than Friday, May 15 at (614) 595-8169 or ccassidy321@gmail.com.

    CAMPUS MINISTRY by Colleen Ogle

    Congratulations to our Spring College Graduates! We will recognize and celebrate their achievements on Sunday, May 3.

    Amanda Bean Degree - Bachelors of Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting After graduation - Undecided (Editor’s note: Hopefully continuing to work part time at the Welcome Desk!)

    Katie Samijlenko Degree - Bachelor of Science in Public Health, Business Minor After graduation - Seeking employment, would love to stay in Columbus.

    Karmyn Schneider Degree - Bachelor of Science in Public Health, Sociology Minor After graduation - Taking a year off to work and travel, and then will begin graduate school next summer at The Ohio State University in the Master of Science in Nursing program to become a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.

    Stephanie Telek Degree - Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering, Animal Veterinary Medicine Minor; with honors in Engineering; Magna Cum Laude After graduation - Attending Veterinary School at the University of California, Davis

    Michelle Vieira Degree - Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing; Cum Laude; Arts Scholar After graduation - Seeking employment in the arts administrative side of a non- profit.

  • FAITH FORMATION by Colleen Ogle

    M AY 2015 PAGE 6

    Tithing: Test Me in This

    Sundays, May 3—June 7 at 10am

    in the Infant and Parent Room

    There is a hunger in every human heart for connection, primitive and raw, to God. To satisfy it, many are beginning to explore traditional spiritual disciplines used for centuries... everything from fixed -hour prayer to fasting to sincere obser- vance of the Sabbath. In Tithing, Douglas LeBlanc, the author, explores the ancient spiritual practice as it is lived by many today. Through their eyes, one can come to understand this ancient practice as God’s call to a life of generosity, compas- sion, and joy.

    Rev. John Keeny will lead a weekly dis- cussion of this book Sundays at 10am during the month of May. Maximum class size 12 people. Books will be avail- able at the Welcome Desk starting Sun- day, April 19, for a cost of $12.

    Troublesome Bible Passages

    Sundays, through May 31 at 10am

    in the Chapel

    Have you ever read a passage in the Bible that is difficult to understand and trou- bling to think about? Sometimes working through those thorny passages stimulates Christian growth. This study tackles some troublesome scriptures and illuminates their meaning for today. Tim Bechtol,

    who has taught Disciple and Covenant Bible Studies, will lead the classes based on the book Troublesome Bible Passages by Douglas Wingeier and David Lowes Wat- son.

    Each session will treat a separate scrip- ture, so you can attend as you are able.

    Meditation: Higher Spirituality and Self Discovery

    Mondays, May 11 – June 29 at 7pm

    in the Fireside Room

    Derek Mortland will lead an 8 week jour- ney into greater awareness of the mind a