Our annual Christmas Fair, hosted by the United Methodist Women, will take place on Saturday, November 9th from 9am ~ 2:30pm. You’re invited to start your holiday shopping with us! Come look around at all the items to be found including crafts, knit/crochet items, bake sale, book sale, and Christmas Granny’s Attic. While you’re at it, take a break and have a hearty lunch all homemade by the ladies. We hope to see you!
As you are already aware, there is a lot of conversation lately regarding the #metoo movement and how it effects the lives of its victims. There also seems to be some questions that need to be answered about how to protect yourself and how to speak up should the need arise. To this point, our women’s group at PVUMC are planning an event open to the public to address some of these concerns. On Thursday, July 26th at 7 pm we will host a guest speaker from Susan B. Anthony to help us to better understand these issues. We encourage anyone to come, especially those young folks who will be heading off to college and away from home in the near future. You can’t be too careful these days!
Yikes!! There are only 72 more days until Christmas. Perhaps we can help you with your shopping. Mark your calendar and plan to come to our church on Saturday, Nov. 12th from 9 am – 2:30 pm. The United Methodist Women will be hosting their annual Christmas Fair. We’ll have lots to look over including our Bake Sale, the Knit Room, two rooms in Granny’s Attic, and the unique handmade craft room. We’ll also serve you a warm and hearty lunch so you can continue your day! It’s not too early to get started as the busy times approach!
The annual Christmas Fair, hosted by the United Methodist Women, will be held on Saturday, November 14th from 9am – 2:30 pm. There will be something for everyone as you look over the Bake Sale tables, browse through the handmade crafts and the knit or crocheted items, or seek treasure in Granny’s Attic. Lunch will be available featuring homemade soups, and sandwiches, and something yummy for dessert. Be sure to start your Christmas shopping with us!
At our regular monthly meeting of the Pleasant Valley United Methodist Women, we are pleased to announce that we will host a guest speaker as our program for the evening. Sandee Fleet from the Farmington Valley Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) will talk with us about Food and Medical Myths. It sounds like a really interesting program and we invite any ladies to come join us. So, mark your calendars and plan to attend on Wednesday, May 6th at 7:00 PM. For additional information, please contact the church office at 860-379-2157 or Angela Root at 860-379-7966.
The annual Christmas Fair, hosted by the United Methodist Women, will take place this year on Saturday, November 15th from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM. There are lots of things to see to help you get your holiday shopping started. We’ll offer a Bake Sale table filled with goodies to entice you; a Knit/Crochet Room that offers handmade items to keep you and your loved ones warm this winter; lots and lots of handcrafted items from the practical to the unique to items just for fun; Granny’s Attic will offer items that are treasures to be found, and our Christmas Cafe will be open to serve you and your friends a hearty, homemade lunch.
As you’re making your rounds of the holiday fairs this time of year, why not plan to stop in and visit with us…and take time to enjoy a warm lunch! We look forward to seeing you.
To all the ladies of the church:
Come join us at the annual Mother’s Day Tea, hosted by the United Methodist Women, on Saturday, May 3rd from 2~4 PM. We’ll gather in Fellowship Hall to celebrate the special ladies in our lives, to honor those who have already gone home to be with the Lord, and to have a wonderful time of fellowship all together. We’ll enjoy tea and ‘goodies’, of course, as well as some games, a crafting project for the children, and an opportunity to have a family picture taken by our photographer. This annual event is always a lot of fun, so plan to come join us for the afternoon!
Here we go again! After taking the summer months off to relax and refresh, the ladies of the United Methodist Women (UMW) at Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church will enjoy their first meeting of the fall season on Wednesday, September 5th. Following our tradition, we’ll gather at 6:30 PM and enjoy a potluck supper, as we visit around the common table and catch up with everyone. Our business meeting will begin after the meal, and we’ll make the most of our time together to plan our fall activities, research ideas for future programs, finalize plans for our annual Christmas Fair, and remember in prayer those who are unable to be with us for one reason or another.
The UMW is open to all women of the church and we encourage you to come and get to know your sisters in Christ, learn about our activities and the ways in which we support many missions here at home and far away. It’s a time to start afresh with our hopes and dreams for our group, for our church as a whole, and for the world-wide fellowship of Christian women.
We hope to see lots of new faces on Wednesday!
This year the United Methodist Women are inviting the ladies of the church to come to a Cinque de Mayo luncheon fiesta on Saturday, May 5th, beginning at 11:00 AM. In years past, the UMW ladies have hosted a Mother’s Day Tea to give our thanks to all the ladies of the church who have so generously supported our various events and fundraisers in the past. This year we’re shakin’ things up by hosting a fiesta luncheon, complete with the usual games, crafts, photo opportunities, good food, and a pinata!!
All ladies of the church are welcome to come share the day, and are encouraged to bring their daughters, mothers, grandmothers, aunts, or whomever they would like to include as guests. Please RSVP to Margo Fenn at 860-379-3874 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please call Margo or the church office at 860-379-2157.
The United Methodist Women will be hosting a program on Dementia, Stroke, and Alzheimer’s Disease on Wednesday, April 4th, beginning at 7:00 PM. Our guest speaker will be Dr. Jung Kim, Professor Emeritus of Pathology at Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Kim will use a visual presentation to speak about the changes that happen in the brain as the various diseases progress. He will also describe current treatments, and possible preventative measures. Because this is such a timely topic and effects almost everyone in one way or another, we are pleased to open the program to the community. Everyone is welcome to attend. Following the presentation, Dr. Kim will be available for a question & answer session, and light refreshments will be served.