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Monthly Hope and Healing Service - 1st Sunday/Month
We will have Hope and Healing Services in the Laffin Chapel the first Sunday of each month. Persons can come and light a candle for themselves or a loved one. They will then hear a short devotional and be invited to have persons pray with them or they can just pray on their own.
Rev. Harold Travis will conduct the service. Come at 10:40am to receive prayers or to join others in prayer.
The Gathering Place - First Fridays/Month
First Friday/Month, 9:30am, Wesley Center
CLUMC in partnership with Interfaith Care Partners® invites you to The Gathering Place, a spirit-led ministry for senior adults experiencing memory loss, due to stroke, Alzheimer’s or dementia. It provides respite for families and caregivers. Meetings are the first Friday of every month. Crafts, entertainment and lunch are provided. Contact Outreach Ministry at 832-240-4708 or Marion Seymour, 281-488-4536, to learn about the enrollment process or if you are interested in volunteering.
Did You Know? Rides-R-Us Can Drive You...
Did you know that Rides-R-Us can drive you where you need to go. Need a ride to a doctor appointment? the grocery store? Call Rides-R-Us at 281-984-7517 (Gwen North) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll schedule someone to come take you where you need to go! If you’d like to be a volunteer driver contact Gwen with your information.
GriefShare Support Group - Wednesdays, 6:00pm
Griefshare Support Group
Wednesdays, 6:00pm, Flanders 427
A non-denominational group features teaching on grief and recovery. For more information contact Rev. Harold Travis at 832-240-4905 or email@example.com.
Alzheimer's Caregivers Support Group
Tuesdays, 1:30pm, Elrod 311
The purpose of this group is to provide a forum for Alzheimer's caregivers to talk about their experiences dealing with this very complex disease and to learn from people who have "been there, done that" to gain knowledge of the disease and get an understanding of what to expect as the disease progresses through its various stages. Anyone who is caring for a person who is afflicted with Alzheimer's is invited, urged to attend. No fee or registration is required. For more information contact Betty Flanders at 832-240-4706.
Hospals Volunteers Needed
We need Hospals! We visit church members and regular visitor attendees at our local hospitals here in the Clear Lake area every weekday. The hospitals are St, John’s, Clear Lake Regional, Clear Lake Heart, and rehabilitation hospitals such as Triumph, Kindred and The Point. A schedule is made monthly and if there are enough Hospals, once a month is sufficient. Please call Blanche Ligrani at her direct line, 832-240-4903 and leave a message.