Ash Wednesday Service: Noon on Wednesday, February 14.
Lenten Services sponsored by the Clarksville Ministerial Association, will begin at noon, with a light luncheon to follow. Jamieson Bible Study will begin at 1:15 during the Lenten season: February 21 - House of Prayer; February 28 - St Matthew Baptist; March 7 - St Catherine Catholic; March 14, Mt. Ararat; March 21 - Clarksville Presbyterian.
Youth Confirmation Class: Sunday afternoons beginning February 4, running through March 11, 2:00-3:30pm. Contact Pastor John if interested.
Church Directories: The 2018 Jamieson Directory is available in the narthex.
Lake Country Monthly Prayer: February 22, 6:00 pm, St Matthews Baptist; March 14, 10:00 am, Gravel Hill Baptist; April 3, 6:00 pm, Cedar Grove Baptist #1; May 3, 7:00 pm, Jamieson Memorial UMC.
World Day of Prayer: The Jamieson Memorial United Methodist Women invite the community to the World Day of Prayer service on Friday, March 2, at 11:00 am. The church is located at 219 Fifth Street, Clarksville. World Day of Prayer is an ecumenical celebration of informed prayer and prayerful action. Join in the prayer service written by the women of Suriname, which invites us to explore universal issues of climate change, natural disasters and pollution both in the Suriname context and around the world, and our response in light of God’s generosity. A light lunch of typical Surinamese foods will follow the service. No fee or registration is necessary.
Recycling: There is a white trash can in the breezeway for recycling alumninum cans and a trash bin in the parking lot each Sunday. See Hank Immel if there are questions.
Shag Dancing: February 1-March 8 in the Fellowship Hall; $5 per person per class. 7:00 Beginners class and 8:00 intermediate class. Contact the church office to register.
Emmaus Weekends: The Spring, 2018, weekends will be held April 12-15 for men and May 3-6 for women. Please contact any who just attended the Fall weekend -- Joe, Elaine, Bob, Susan, El, or Leigh.
Bible Study: Daytime Bible Study is held on Wednesdays at 1:00 pm, starting with a study of the Book of Hosea. The only book necessary is your Bible. Evening Bible Study is held on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.. The study is an overview of the whole Bible - Genesis through Revelation - based on Henrietta Mears' book "What the Bible is All About." There is no need to purchase the book as handouts will be provided each week.
Options for Giving: See the Giving tab on our website for full information.
Food Pantry: Please remember to bring in Food Pantry items and leave them on the back pew near the kitchen. Jamieson usually collects the first Sunday of every month, but donations are welcome any time.
Save your labels: The UMW collects Boxtops for Education for Clarksville Elementary. A basket is on the UMW bookshelves in the back of the sanctuary.
Mission Dollars: Each Sunday, we are asked to place $1.00 bills in the offering for a specific mission each Sunday.
COMMUNITY MINISTRY OPPORTUNITIES
The Clarksville Prayer Box Ministry, an interdenominational group of women in the community, are providing prayer boxes at Meadowview Terrace Nursing Home, the YMCA Complex and the Clarksville Town Office. The prayer boxes will be at the locations by the first week in November. Th;e Clarksville Police station has also approved having a prayer box at the station and will be operational as soon as another prayer box is made ready. With each public prayer box, there will be blank forms for people to use to submit their praises and concerns. The boxes will be collected weekly and prayed over by the Community Prayer Team. People will be able to choose to have only the team pray for the request or it can be shared with local congregations. Our community needs are important to us and more importantly to GOD. If you would like to become a member of this Prayer Ministry, please contact Elaine Senz at 434-374-2649
Backpack Buddies: The start of the school year also signals the start of our Backpack Buddies program. Jamieson currently has over 30 volunteers who work on a rotating schedule to help pack, deliver, and distribute food bags at the elementary school each Friday afternoon. The bags contain weekend meals for children from food insecure homes. Please pray for this program and the children and families that it touches. If you are interested in serving or learning more about the program, please contact Elaine Senz, 374-2649.
Lunch Buddies: Clarksville Elementary School needs lunch buddies. For more information or to sign up, contact the School Counselor at 374-8668.