Saturday, 04 December 2021

Middletown Community Methodist Church plans events

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Linda Diehl-Darmes, Methodist Church speaker for Sunday, July 20. Courtesy photo.



MIDDLETOWN – The Middletown Community United Methodist Church distributed checks in July to local nonprofit organizations.


Lake County Habitat for Humanity, Lake County Hospice, P.A.C.K., Eco Arts and Sober Grad of Middletown High School shared more than $1,300 in community outreach funds contributed to the church from March to June.


The Middletown Senior Center has been chosen to receive church outreach funds for July.


The church's worship service speaker on July 20 at 10 a.m. is Linda Diehl-Darmes, whose topic is “Where is God in This Picture?”


She is a longtime Middletown resident, president of the Middletown Merchants and Business Association and serves on the Middletown Luncheon Club Board and several church committees.


“Celebrating Family, Be Surprise” is an eight-day event planned for August. An amazing and uplifting gift will be presented on Aug. 3 with the message for the 10 a.m. worship service presented by Rev. Mariellen Sawada Yoshino of Fresno. The church's Hallelujah Hearts Choir also will perform.


Vacation Bible School is coming to the Middletown Community United Methodist Church during the first week of August.


The school will be held Monday through Friday, Aug. 4 through Aug. 8, from 9 a.m. to noon for children ages 6 through 16. Local children are invited to participate, snacks will be provided.


Pastor Wanda Celli is coordinating the program which features Habitat for Humanity education for children.


Kids and Moms’ Kloset is offering a $5 discount on purchases over $20 to all children who attend Vacation Bible School.


Aug. 8 will be “Family Night” at the church, starting at 6 p.m. with singers and musicians of the Clearlake United Methodist Church performing and inspirational messages from Karl Parker. Refreshments will be served.


A special event for men only will be held Saturday, Aug. 9 at 6 p.m. with the “Blessing of Trucks and Motorcycles, Dinner and Spirit.” All men are invited to this event. Those attending will receive a coupon for $5 off any purchase at Ferguson Cutlery, $20 off any repair at TAD Automotive and a FREE tire rotation and balance from Menzio Tire Repair.


The Aug. 10 worship service will be enlivened by McKinleyville Pastor Rod Bray-Findley who has brought passion and growth to the Methodist Church of McKinleyville. The church's Hallelujah Hearts Choir will perform.


Preparations also are under way for the 13th annual Renaissance Pageant. Persons interested in performing or working behind the scenes should contact Laura Lamar at 987-9333 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


The Middletown Community Methodist Church is located at 15388 Armstrong St. and the site of the Middletown Luncheon Club, Jazzercise, Weight Watchers, Monthly Community Dinner, Dine and Sing Thursdays and other community events.


For more information about these and other United Methodist Church activities and programs, phone 987-3379.


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