Holiday Nuts and Chocolates Sale

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Holiday Nuts and Chocolates Sale

Time: September 10, 2017 to October 8, 2017
Location: Fairlington United Methodist Church
Street: 3900 King Street
City/Town: Alexandria, VA
Phone: 703.868.2463
Event Type: fundraiser, nuts, chocolates, methodist women, fumw
Organized By: Sandy Millard
Latest Activity: Sep 7, 2017

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Fairlington United Methodist Women

2017 Nuts, Fruit and Chocolates Sale

 

The UMW will be selling Terri Lynn products again this year as a fundraiser. Pre-ordering is the sure way to get everything you want. Pre-orders will be accepted through October 8 and are expected to be available for pickup on November 12.  There may be a limited supply of cash and carry available once the order arrives, but the selection is not guaranteed.

 

Order forms will be available at church on the CONNECT boards or the UMW bulletin board, on Sundays in the Fellowship Hall starting September 10, or may be downloaded here or order online.

Methodist Women will be in the Fellowship Hall between services each Sunday to collect your orders between 9/10 and 10/8, or you may leave it with the church office, call your order in to Sandy Millard at 703.868.2463 or email it to fairlingtonumw@gmail.com.  You will be notified by telephone or e-mail when the nuts arrive.  Payment by check to FUMW is appreciated when you turn in your pre-order, but will also be collected at order pick-up (checks, cash and credit accepted).  All profits go to UMW mission projects in the USA and abroad.

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 This Sunday is United Methodist Men’s Sunday. The men are excited to be leading worship and we are delighted that member Paul Winfree will be speaking. Paul is an economist and once wrote a paper wh…

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 This Sunday is United Methodist Men’s Sunday. The men are excited to be leading worship and we are delighted that member Paul Winfree will be speaking. Paul is an economist and once wrote a paper while in graduate school about church attendance during times of national crisis, economic recessions, and bad weather (FYI, people are less likely to attend when it’s sunny or raining). Prove him wrong, whatever the weather, by joining us for worship Sunday at 9:30 or 11:00.

 

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