Help and encouragement after the death of a loved one.

GriefShare is a special weekly seminar and support group designed to help you regain your footing and orientation following the death of a loved one. This group meets weekly on Wednesdays at 10:30 am at the church.

“It’s also time to get our handbell group organized and restarted.”

Music Director Jim Glass isinterested in organizing a handbell choir with practices beginning after Labor Day. “With bells, the ability to read music is helpful but not necessary…we will teach you all you need to know. As far as ages go, let’s include high schoolers in both our choirs.” To be included, see Jim.

“It’s also time to get our handbell group organized and restarted.”

Music Director Jim Glass is interested in organizing a handbell choir and beginning practices after Labor Day. “With bells, the ability to read music is helpful but not necessary…we will teach you all you need to know. As far as ages go, let’s include high schoolers in both our choirs.” If interested, see Jim to get included.

FUMC hosts a ‘Back to School’ pool party for members and their friends Aug 14 at Cheraw Country Club

The Youth and Fireflies will have a pool party at Cheraw Country Club from 4-6 pm on Sunday, August 14th. FUMC members can invite their friends. Youth are asked to drinks and Fireflies to bring chips. Pizza will be provided.

Give the gift of life

There will be a blood drive in the fellowship hall on Tuesday, August 9 from 1:00-5:30pm. Please call or email Angie for an appointment, or go online to www.redcrossblood.org and use sponsor code FUMCcheraw. As an appreciation for your giving blood, platelets, or plasma August 1-31, 2022, the Red Cross will automatically enter you for a chance to win gas for a year (a $6,000 value)!* You could be one of three lucky winners. PLUS, you’ll also get a $10 e-gift card to a merchant of your choice.** Just like our car gas tanks need constant refueling, so does the blood supply. It’s the blood products on the shelf today that help save lives tomorrow.

George Washington’s prayer for our country…some things never change.

From his headquarters in Newburgh, New York General George Washington, commander of the Continental Army, wrote a letter to the governor of each state including this prayer embodying his sentiments on how the citizens of this new nation should conduct themselves should the colonies prevail in the their ongoing revolutionary effort. This prayer is read daily at Washington’s home in