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1Mission Trip 2019

1Mission Trip to Puerta Peñasco 2019 On Friday, March 1, 2019, the United Methodist Church Desert Southwest Conference sent groups of people to Puerta Peñasco for a 1Mission house building project. Lakeview United Methodist Church and Willowbrook United Methodist Church joined forces to send seven people on this mission: Eileen Pike, Bob and Debbie Unternaehrer, Jim and Carole Smith (LUMC youth group members), Glenn Allinger and Harold Glick. These seven workers joined “Team One” of four building crews, that range…
Tea Party

2nd Annual Tea

TABLE HOSTESSES: Susan Briner Joan Hodge Linda Scent Priscilla Woodley Marty Merryman Bev Andersen/Kathe Wilson Donna Petterson Eileen Pike Marva Fife Joyce Steen Carol Cady Marilyn Boucher PROGRAM:          “Storybook Dolls”       Anne Levig Dig out your “tea” hats, put on your best manners and SIGN UP for this FUN event! These ladies have graciously volunteered to “hostess” tables for our upcoming tea! This event is open TO ALL LADIES AT LAKEVIEW! So invite a friend (or two) and don’t…

March Financial Report

Pastor John, on Sunday, talked about a person who was watching our service from India. So while the income is good, what is better is that Lakeview UMC is reaching people, not only our homebound, but people we never reached before with the gospel and that is very good news.

A Congregational Prayer for the UMC

Praying Our Way Forward We are One in Christ Gracious and loving God, who leads, teaches and guides, You who offer compassion, grace and mercy, be with us now. We passionately seek Your presence during challenging times and circumstances and we trust that you are moving in and around our lives. We, as one part of your Body, the Church, go into the days and weeks ahead seeking to discern Your deep desire for us as The United Methodist Church.…
Book Club

On the Shelf for Feb. 23,2019

Betty Barrick Library There is a UMW book that everyone needs to read. It is; Called to The Fire by Chet Bush It is the story of a young African-American who becomes a pastor (with the help of C.R. Smith) of Fitkin’s Memorial Church of the Nazarene in Meridian, Mississippi. It was a turbulent time in the South in the 1960’s. The Ku Klux Klan was running a terror campaign against the African-American people to keep them “in line”. In…

Annual United Methodist Men Pancake Brunch

Please mark your calendars for Tuesday, March 5th (the day before Ash Wednesday) for the LUMC UMM Annual Pancake Brunch. The brunch will be from 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM on March 5th and will include all you can eat pancakes, sausage, coffee, and will feature FRESH SQUEEZED orange juice.
Book Club

On the Shelf Feb. 16, 2016

Betty Barrick Library Attention Library Board Members, we need you to remember to sign the calendar on the board to work in the library. You can choose any day that you are available. Hope to see you there. Lakeview Book Club will be meeting on February 28 at 10:00 a.m. in the Library. We are returning to our traditional 4th Thursday each month. All are welcome to join the Book Club. Come join in the fun!
Heifer Project

Heifer Update for Feb. 16th

Heifer Update Another Bee Question: On average, how much honey does one bee produce in a lifetime? A) 1/2 teaspoon B) 1/12 teaspoon C) 1 teaspoon Scroll down for answer The school bell has been silent for about 4 weeks now. Does that mean we finished our mission? No! There are still many girls out there that need that final act of kindness and generosity to get that chance that they desire, to start their education. Please visit the Lakeview…

PALS – February 4TH

Plans were created to introduce the sheet using a skit at TNT on February 21. The focus of the skit will be our need for volunteers to provide transportation mostly for people with no way to get to and from doctor’s appointments.

February’s Thank You’s

Many Thanks to MY Lakeview Family My Family and I wish to thank everyone for all the Cards, Notes, Gifts, Flowers, Stuffed Animals, the Hospital and Rehab Visits, the Home Level Support, the Many, Many Prayers, the Phone Calls, the Food, and ALL of the LOVE that was shown to both Ruth Ellen and myself, during Ruth Ellen’s long hospital and rehab stays, and the love shown after she passed to the Lord on December 19th. Thank you all soooo…

Help with “Homebound Luncheon”

Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend our annual luncheon that honors the members of our congregation who can no longer attend Sunday services or other events due to certain illnesses and conditions.

Challenging you to the Lord’s Prayer

I cannot say OUR if I live only for myself. I cannot say FATHER if I do not endeavor each day to act like His child. I cannot say WHO ART IN HEAVEN if I am laying up no treasures there. I cannot say HALLOWED BE THY NAME if I am not striving for holiness. I cannot say THY KINDOM COME if I am not doing all in my power to hasten that wonderful event. I cannot say THY WILL…