United Methodist Women
The next meeting of the UMW will be held
on Tuesday, June 18th . Bag lunch at noon.
Dessert provided by Dorothy Ryan and ]udy
Aho. The program given by Diane Cralligan,
will be on Native Americans.
The July UMW meeting will be held on
Tuesday, July 16th. Bag lunch at noon.
Dessert provided by Emylou Snyder and
Johanna Baroody. The Reading Program will
be given by Grace Snyder.
District School of Missions:
July 12-14 @ Cazanovia College
Do you know of any students
graduating from High School or College this year?
If so, please call the church
ofﬁce with their names so they can be
recognized on Sunday June 16"‘ at the
9:00 a.m. Service.
Seeking Volunteers Who Enioy Gardening...
Again this year, volunteer gardeners are needed to
plant and tend the beds in the Community Gardens behind St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Volunteer gardeners are invited to enjoy the “fruits’ of the garden, and Turning Point Food Pantry beneﬁts fromthe abundance of all the gardens, as a source of fresh vegetables for their clients. The garden beds are being tended by one large team this year, as opposed to each church/organization tending its own individual bed. If you would be interested in helping with the Community Garden in any Way, please contact Pastor Eleanor, who can direct you to the person coordinating the work.
BC3 Celebrates One Year of Service!
The Bath Community Clothes Closet (BC3)
opened its doors to the community on June 14,
2018. The team of dedicated church members
and friends that gave birth to this source of free
clothing for infants and children in Steuben
County is thankful for the support this effort has
received in the past year, as this ministry has
grown from serving a few children in the month
of ]une 2018 to serving 31 children from 15
families in the month of March 2019! A total of
103 families and 238 children have been served.
To God be the praise and glory!
lf you would like to help this ministry continue
its service to our neighbors, and there are many
ways to be of help, please contact Kathy Putman