UMCHP Events

16Jan
WEDDING Reception items -STORAGE
Start-12:00AM
16Jan
Adult Sunday School
Start-09:00AM
16Jan
Sunday School -pre-K to 6th grade
Start-09:00AM
16Jan
Sunday Worship
Start-10:00AM
16Jan
Confirmation with Pastor Kregg
Start-11:00AM
17Jan
WEDDING Reception items -STORAGE
Start-12:00AM
18Jan
WEDDING Reception items -STORAGE
Start-12:00AM
19Jan
WEDDING Reception items -STORAGE
Start-12:00AM
19Jan
Wednesday Night Bible Study
Start-07:30PM
20Jan
WEDDING Reception items -STORAGE
Start-12:00AM
20Jan
UMM
Start-06:45PM
21Jan
WEDDING Reception items -STORAGE
Start-12:00AM
22Jan
WEDDING Reception items -STORAGE
Start-12:00AM
23Jan
WEDDING Reception items -STORAGE
Start-12:00AM
23Jan
Adult Sunday School
Start-09:00AM

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Upcoming Events

 Ash Wednesday:

  • Date:
    March 2nd
  • Times:
    Drive-In: 12 Noon
    In-Person/Stream: 7:00 PM
  • Safe Imposition of Ashes and Oil.

 

 MNL:

  • We hope to get our Monday Night Light program going for March.

 

We are a small group that meets every 4th Tuesday each month from 10am-2pm in the church library.  There are church members, as well as non-church members involved in this ministry.  We knit and crochet together and there are members that are willing to teach anyone that would like to learn.

 

Some of the many projects that we provide are baby hats to both Northern Dutchess Hospital and Vassar Hospital, Lap robes for local nursing homes, Prayer shawls for church members with serious or long term illnesses and Hats and scarves for the homeless shelter.  We typically send 50-70 baby hats, 3 times a year to Northern Dutchess and 40-50 hats, once a year to Vassar.  The lap robes are delivered in November each year to 4-5 different homes.  The hats and scarfs are also delivered in November. 

 

As you can tell, we are a very busy group and are always looking for new people to help this valuable ministry.  If you love to knit, or crochet, come, bring a lunch, and join us, we would love to have you.  If you have any questions, please contact Doris Leland.