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T H E   BEACON    J U N E  2014 When Was the Last Time Someone Som eone Asked You For Money?

So when was the last time som someone eone asked you fo forr money? This morning on TV? Yesterday at the office? Monday’s mail? Let me tell you why Baughman UMC is worthy of your giving…  

First and foremost God changes lives through Baughman UMC. For example: A young ccououple recently returned to Baughman Church Church after a year away. They had moved to New Jersey. But they came back to New Cu Cumberland mberland in part because they loved Baughman Baughman so much. “God was changing our lives at Baughman… so we came back!”

The second reason to give to Baughman UMC is because we have a heaven sent mission  –  “To make disciples of Jesus Christ…” We are more than some social club or or fraternal organiza-

tion. We are a Church whose mission is to lift people to God, and that isis worthy of your investment. A third reason to give to Baughman UMC is because money given to Baughman is well spent. We have a growing congregation, a handsome facility, a skilled and caring staff, and a congregation that is making a difference. If you (or someone you know) want help inviting Jesus into your life, or if you want to grow spiritually, Baughman can help! You may receive requests for money every day, but I assure you that your Church is worthy of your giving. God bless you. And thank you for all you do to grow God’s Kingdom! 

In His Grip, Win

Reminder:: Music Sunday, Reminder Sunday, June 1st

One service ser vice at 10:00am

Come out to hear all of the beautiful music programs of Baughman Church!



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We enjoyed a beautiful Saturday for our annual New Cumberland Community Day! Thank you to everyone everyone who helped to make it such a great success!



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COMMUNITY DAY May 3, 2014 I love chocolate fountains!


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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL  JULY  JUL Y 20TH –  24TH  24TH  Registration is now open! 

Forms can be found on the table outside the Sanctuary or on the third floor sign-in sign -in table. Registration can also be done by emailing  [email protected]  [email protected] .  Please include the child’s name, parents’ names, address, and indicate

whether or not your child c hild has any allergies.  Join  J oin us for this fun week! week!

 Armor of God VBS Planning Meetings The next planning meeting for this year’s Bible School takes place on Monday, Jun  June e 9th. Volunteers olunteer s are needed neede d for crafts, craft s, nursery, nursery, snacks,

Bible lesson, les son, music, games, registration, registr ation, decoration, photog photography raphy,, small group leading and a leader for Preschool. Please join this fun and exciting ministry! The final planning meeting is July 14th. Contact Tina Moyer at: [email protected]



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U N I T E D   M E T H O D I S T   WOMEN  

The Food Banks and Delta

Bouque Bouquett of Tables Tables

Bouquet et of Tables   All women are invited to the Bouqu on Saturday, Saturday, June 7 at 10:00am. Come early to view the beautifully decorated ta bles. It will be held in the Gym and babysitbabysitting will be provided. A fruit cup, homemade coffee cake and coffee/tea will be served. ser ved. Enjoy Peggy Peggy Kur Kurtz tz Keller, Keller, a vocalist, who will present a musical program for

us. She was the 2011 PA PA State Senior Idol.


There is a great need for food for the two food pantries (The Bridge in New Cumberland and Ecumenical in Harrisburg) that are supported by Baughman Church. As you do your weekly shopping, please keep our needy neighbors in your thoughts. We continue to collect diapers for Delta House. Baskets for your contributions are located in the adult Sunday School area. We are still collecting “Box Top for Education” labels which are given to Neighborhood Center.

Prayer Shawl will meet on Wedn Wednesd esday ay,, June Jun e 11th at 10:00am. This will be the last meeting until the Fall.

Spring Luncheon The sixth annual luncheon will be held Thursday, June 26 at 12:00 noon at the Susquehanna Club.

Mission Giving Action was taken at a recent

Entertainment is The King’s King’s Strings.

Executive meeting to give $500.00 Executive to the following organizations:

Cost of the lunch is $14.00. $ 14.00.

Bethesda Mission Women’s Women’s Shelter S helter,,

Call Loretta Cox (774-1367) or Patty Kirk (774-2945) by  June 23rd for reservations. reservations.

Daystar, A Miracle Daystar, Mira cle 4 Sure, Neigh borhood Center Center,, New New Hope MinisMinistry and Shalom House. House.


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You are Invited to... Bring Bri ng a Plate,Take a Plate Tuesday, June 10th from 7 PM to 8:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall. --Laugh

--Draw closer to God

--Fellowship with W Women omen Bring a plate of cookies/desserts. Take home a plate of cookies/desserts cookies/desser ts R.S.V.P. Stephanie Green at [email protected] [email protected]  



There are only a few days left to register for the Sight and Sound Trip to see MOSES. The van leaves the parkin parkingg lot at 9:00am for the 11:00 show. show. Dinner is on your own at the Country Countr y Table restaurant. restau rant. The cost is $50. $5 0.  JUNE 2nd IS THE DEADLINE!

For those who have signed up for the Rainbow Dinner Theatre on June 12th: 

We will leave the parking lot at 10:00am. Dinner will be at 11:30am with a Showtime of 1:00pm.


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THE BERRIES ARE BECKONING!! Imagine savoring flavorful shortcake, rich ice cream, red,  juicy strawberries topped with a healthy healthy dollop of whipped cream, eaten under a balmy spring sky, (we hope), surrounded by family and friends. YES, FOLKS, IT IS STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL TIME !

The Missions Work area will be holding the Annual Straw berry Festival on the lawn on Friday Friday evening, June 6, 2014, from 5:30 pm until we run out of food. In case of rain it will be held in the gym. For this to be a "berry" good event we need your help. CLEANING: the strawberries will be cleaned on Thursday, Thursday, June 5 at 9:00 A.M. in the kitchen.

Men, women and youth are welcome to help. Please bring your own paring knife. SET : will beon onthe Friday, Friday, 6 aattare 4 pm. We need men aand nd women to set up tablesUP and chairs lawn.June If you not strong youlots canofput pustrong t on tablecloths. SERVERS: We will take ANY ANY body at ANY time from 5 pm until dark. We have to sta staff ff a lot of

lines so that patrons get served quickly, quickly, so please help. As an extra added bonus we'll even give you time off to eat! CLEAN UP: What comes out must go in so wi willing lling hands are appreciated after the event. Don't

rush home but stay and work off all those extra calories. BAKED GOODS: Our baked goods table is always always a success due to the wonderful wonderful goodies that

our Baughman Bakers create. Please bake something for us and have it to the chur church ch by 5 pm. EAT: Please come and eat all the goodies we will have. Besides the Strawberry Shortcake we also

have hot dogs, hot sausage, Bar-B-Que and assorted beverages. You'll love it! As you can see there is a lot to be done. We will try to ask each of you personally, but that is not always possible. Don't feel slighted, please just come EVEN IF YOU DON'T GET A PHONE PHONE CALL. You can also call Do Dotsy tsy Baiza at 774-4510. The proceeds this year go to New Hope Ministries and The Caring Place.

Strawberry Stra wberry Festival! Festival!  June 6th 5:30pm


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Baughman Church! Mark your calendars.

 Learn To Do Evangelism! Evangelism! Learn to reach family and friends with Christ. No theory. No guessing. Learn from women and men proven to be effective in evangelism. Friday August 22, 2014 (7:00pm – 9pm) Saturday August 23, 2014 (8:30am – 1pm)  $10 for Baughman Church attenders includes: snacks (Fri.)(Registration/[email protected]:30pm) and breakfast ([email protected]:30am), ([email protected]:30 am), notebook and a book. ($20 for outside attendees) Deadline for registration is Saturday, August Make checks payable to Baughman UMC. 16, 2014. Register ONLINE at tinyurl.com/evangelconf

Biographies of Leadership: Dan & Laurie Knapke – The Christian Union – Dan and Laurie have led Ivy League students (a tough audience) to Christ for years. Previously, Dan served in mission to Bulgaria, with Campus Crusade, and worked as a manager at Hershey Foods before joining The Christian Union Union at Princeton University in 2005. Since then Dan and Laurie have led literally hundreds of students to Christ.  Jesse & Kay Owens, Global Renewal Renewal International International – Jesse & Kay have been in ministry for 50 years as a pastors, Church planters, and evangelists. evangelists. Wherever Jesse and Kay go people come to Christ, lives change, and churches are planted. They are a dynamic dynamic team with with a proven track record record of reaching new disciples. Jesse and Kay founded Global Renewal, an international outreach ministry. Hannah King, Evangelist - Hannah has led people to Christ for years. She currently lives in Da Dallas, llas, TX where she and her husband devote their lives to “telling people about Jesus.” Hannah is a graduate of the Westminster Choir College and Redeemer Seminary.  Win & Stephanie Green, Green, Pastors – Win & Stephanie have planted two churches, served two campus minis-

tries, and grown several more congregations. But they’ll tell you their most important evang evangelism elism projects have involved their own family members.

Tutoring Update  Afer School Tutoring The After School Program sponsored by the new Cumberland Ministerium was launched in March. The program take takess place two nights a week, week, Monday and Wedne Wednesday, sday, from 3:305:30pm at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Joel Giovannetti of New New Hope Ministries is the program manager. The program address addresses es students in grades 1 - 5 at Hillside Eleme Elementary ntary School. The program is designed to teach children good study study habits as well as to keep them from failing. failing. The purpose o off the mini ministry stry is to provide adult role model modelss and relationsh relationships, ips, to encourage children to have good relationships with family, friends and the community at large, to affirm each child’s value and worth, to promote educational success and to share God’s unconditional unconditional love and His rele relevance vance in their lives. The program includes snacks and wholesome recreation. recreation. Persons who wish to volun volunteer teer may contact Joel at New Hope Ministries, [email protected] Ministries, [email protected] -pa.net  / 766-7333, ext 3016.

(Even for next school year!)  

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JUNE 2014 Sun















7:00am – 

10:00-Inter. Prayer

9:00am-Clean strawberries

7:00 – Final Choir Rehearsal




8  PentEcost

reservations due! 

4:30 – Club Impact




7:00-VBS Mtg.

7:00am – 

10:00-Inter. Prayer

10:00am – Gogetters depart

10:00 – Prayer Shawl

6:30 – Trustees




Breakfast 7:00-Bring a Plate... 4:30 – Club

7:00 – Care and Share

7:00am – 

10:00Inter. Prayer

7:15pm – Worship

4:30 – Club Impact

8:00-Rasp. Carpet

8:00pm – Movies on the Green (Old Towne)





7:00 – Care and Share

7:00am – 

10:00Inter. Prayer 

12noon-UMW Spring Luncheon @ Susquehanna Club

8:00-Rasp. Carpet



Breakfast 4:30 – Club Impact


30  7:00 – Care and Share


14 6:15 – Worship

8:00-Rasp. Carpet


*Note change of date

Bouquet of Tables ship




6:15 – Wor-

8:00-Rasp. Carpet

17 Men’s




7:15-Ad Board*



7:00 – Care and Share

7:00 – Care and Share 



Strawberry Festival


21 10-12noonClothing Ministry 6:15 – Worship


28 6:15 – Worship


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Dear Prayer Shawl Ministry, The prayer shawl given to me was of great help as I

went through the recent recent sinus su surgery. rgery. In fact, I continue continue to use it. I like the color, size and soft nature of the yarn, and knowing you all were praying for me was encouraging and comforting.. May God continue to bless you all as you minister in this very practical, usecomforting ful way to those in need. Love and Prayers, Rev. Carolyn Seifert On behalf of Mission Central , I want to thank you for your donation of $100.00 on

April 23, 2014. What a blessing! We thank you for contributing toward the ministry

work of Mission Central. Your gift will be used toward the furtherance of the Lord’s Lord’s call

to be the hands and feet of Christ. In Service to the Risen Christ, Rob Visscher , Executive Director Dear Baughman U. M. Church, On behalf of the Special Olympics PA –  Area  Area M and

our 1700 athletes, thank you for your generous support! Your gift of $50.00 received on 5/8/14 helps provide opportunities for our athletes to train in 19 different sports and compete at local, sectional and state-level competitions across Pennsylvania Pennsylvan ia every year. Together, we transform lives though the joy of sports. Thank you so much for your donation. Sincerely, Kristie Davis, Program Director Dear Baughman United Methodist Church, Epilogos thanks you for your extremely generous contribution contribution of

$180.00 for the 2014 education and scholarships programs progra ms in San Jose Villanueva. Your support of our work work in El Salvador is invaluable. Please know that your donation makes our mission to help our neighbors in San Jose Villanueva possible. With gratitude, Terry S. Phillips, President Thank you!- Surgery and recovery is progressing well, thanks to my Baughman church family’s encouragement and sup-

port through prayers, visitations, cards, flowers and meals. Special thanks to Dr. Green for his visits and calls during this time. Linda Olley  

Our 2014 goal to bring in 250 guests continues!

The number is now



Guest information... Of the 141 guests that we've welcomed so far, 39 have returned for a 2nd visit (28% return rate). So far 12 seem to have made Baughman UMC their church home (9%).  We need to pick up our hospitality and follow up game!


 June Flower Flower Delivery Delivery –  Trustees rust ees

June Green Envelope –  Energy  Energy


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ServiceTimes: Saturday @ 6:15pm Sunday Mornings: 8:30 and 11:00-

Traditional Worship in the Sanctuary 9:45 Worship Contemporary in the Gym 9:45

Sunday School for all ages 

 July Beacon Beacon- Please have July Beacon news to the office by June


23rd. I am happy to take it earlier than that if possible!! Thank you! Rafé Shearer Summer Schedule –   I will be in the office every Monday Monday,, T Tuesues-

day and Thursday over over the summer summer.. I will be off on W Wednesdays ednesdays.. Rafe’ Shearer  

 June 1st 6-8pm  June 15th 10-12noon

  Find us at www.facebook/baughmanmemorialumc  Facebook   –  Find Are Your Receiving E-mails from the Church Office?

If you are not receiving e-mails from the church office that means that we don’t have your correct e -mail address. Please call the Church office (774-2005) to submit your correct e-mail address, or email it to  [email protected]  bumc.r [email protected] erizon.net Thanks, The Office Do You Have Pi Pictures? ctures? We love to have pictures of Baughman activ-

ities for our Facebook Facebook page! Please email pictures to us at:  [email protected]  bumc.r [email protected] erizon.net if you have have any any you could share! share! Thank you!

Baughman Staff and Ser Servants vants Office Number 774-2005 Bishop Jeremiah Park, Resident Bishop


Rev. Dennis Keller, Dist. Superintendent


Pastor Win Green 

774-2005/ [email protected] [email protected] ail.com

Heather Arnold: Director/ Contemporary Worship

 [email protected]  [email protected] net  

Dr. Charles Seifert: Organist

[email protected] 

Alyssa Showers: Choir Director- Adult/Children’s/Bell

[email protected]   [email protected]

Deb Koretzky: Administration and Operations

 [email protected]  [email protected] verizon.net  

Rafé Shearer: Communications

 [email protected] n.net    [email protected]

Marilyn Zarreii: Treasurer

 bumc.treasurer  [email protected] @verizon.net  

Dottie Myers: Education

774-0454/[email protected]

Lura Shader: UMW Chair

/[email protected]   737-6810 /[email protected]

Dotsy Baiza: Missions Chair

774-4510 /[email protected]  [email protected] 

Bill Jennings: Club Impact 2 Director


Nancy Fink: Prayer Concerns

938-8388/nancy. 938-8388/[email protected] [email protected]

Karen Nick: Baughman Clothing Ministry


Wayne Haubert: Trustees

 [email protected]  [email protected]  

Steve Myers: Youth

774-0454/[email protected] 774-0454/[email protected]  



Looking for something important and rewarding to do over the summer?

For $150, you will get clean accommodations, three meals a day, build friendships, and a good night’s sleep after a hard hard days’ work. Contact Lend-a-Hand, and sign up for a trip to Point Pleasant Beach, NJ. The town is still stru struggling ggling to get on their feet fr from om Hurricane Sa Sandy. ndy. You need not be highly skilled, just have a willingness to help those people out. They will find a job for you! Lend-a-Hand hhas as a trip every month and they need YOU! Check the website website out and read the stories, you you will be convinced there is a place for you to help. (www.Len (www.Lendahand.net) dahand.net) If you need first hand information, contact contact group leader, George Elliott at 766-5037. 766-5037. This is one ministry you don’t don’t want to miss out on! on! (Ages 18 and up) 

Baughman United Methodist Church  228 Bridge Street New Cumberland Cumberland,, PA 17070

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