Rev. Gay Green-Carden Pastor
10420 Guilford Road
Jessup, MD 20794
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God Multiplies What We Give,,,,,,,, When you give, God will multiply back to you what you’ve sown. Know that when you have planted a seed in the ground, God is going to turn His favor in your direction. When you are faithful to God, He is always faithful back.
As United Methodists, we know how to connect as one in times of trouble and crisis. We know how to lean on God and one another, and we know how to rise as powerful witnesses to take bold action on behalf of all of God’s people. Together, let us take the steps and do all we can to address the spread of the virus, with the assurance that perfect love casts out all fear.
In closing, it is our prayer that when we come back together there will be an overflow!!!!!!
Blessings and peace,
Pastor Gay & Lesa Lindsay
Now that school is closed, the Youth Committee has implemented a challenge for our young people from ages 10-18 years old. It is requested that all of our young people participate in this competition. During the month of July, you are to write an essay on the Pandemic (COVID-19). The essay should include
your thoughts on wearing face masks, excessive hand washing and social distancing and the impact or effect it had on you. It should be 350-500 words typed or handwritten. If handwritten, it must be legible or it will be disqualified. The best essay will be printed in the fall newsletter.
The deadline for submission is July 31, 2020.
The winner of the essay contest will be announced Saturday, August 22, 2020 at the church. You are to be at the church parking lot by 10:15 AM on Saturday August 22nd for the announcement of the winner. Pictures Will be taken at this event.
REQUIRED: Water, Face Mask, Social Distancing is in FULL EFFECT!!!!!
WHO: COVID ESSAY CONTESTANTS *ALL YOUTH are encouraged to come and support.
WHAT: COVID-19 Essay Contest Award Ceremony.
WHEN: AUG 22, 2020 TIME: 10:30 a.m.
WHERE: Asbury Jessup PARKING LOT!!!!!!
ATTIRE: Shorts,Tee Shirt , Shoes, Mask
In closing, as we continue to work through this Pandemic, I encourage you to continue to trust
God, keep the faith and know that God did not bring us this far to leave us.
“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in time of trouble. Therefore we will not
fear.”… Psalm 46:1-2
Peace and Love,
Olivia C. Allen