Sunday Services........Sunday School at 9:30 am and Worship at 10:30 am

Come Worship With Us.....*The mission of the H.U.M.C. is to grow God's family by making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the World."

Do you know of anyone who needs a visit or someone who wants communion at home?  Drop a note in Pastor MaryAnn's hand with the details.  She can also be reached at 330-772-4303.

We have prayer concern forms  located either on the back table in the Sanctuary or in the pews.  Please fill them out and place in collection plate.

Prayer Concerns:  Shut-Ins; Youth; Our Military; Our Government; Our Church at Hartford and The Greater Church; Our Nation; Our Family - Mike Steel, Charlie Timko, Bob Timko, Betty Mortimor, Russell Dale Johnson,  Phyllis Hendryx, Bob Byers, Mary Woofter, Hazel Underwood, Dorothy Stuart, and Pastor MaryAnn.



A Nursery is provided for your little ones (located in the main hallway.)  Baby changing station is located in women's restroom.

*Nursery/playroom workers are needed during Worship.  Please sign up on the clip board in the Sanctuary.


....My turn in the Nursery

Last Sunday was my turn in the nursery to work.

My heart wasn't in it, and my feelings were hurt.

A child from its mother did not want to part

And cried a lot with its broken heart.

I prayed that soon the hour would end,

That I could relax - no more children to tend.

Soon the hour was over- felt good to be free.

I said once a month was too much for me!

That very next Sunday, as I sat in the pew,

A very good sermon, but visitors were few.

But down came a woman and her soul was saved,

And she was the mother of the crying babe.

Then it dawned on me that I had been a part

Of one being saved-giving God her heart.

From that day on, I would never dread

Working in the nursery while souls were being fed.       ~Morrow United Methodist Church, Morrow, GA.                                                                                                                                          ......The NEWSLETTER,Newsletter, February 1994