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Thursday, February 21st, 2019

News & Coming Events

11 December:             Tuesday, 5:00 PM Finance Committee Meeting, 

                                                                                        Shari Bluband, chair

14 December:             Friday, 6:00 PM Advent Family Film Night

17 December:             Monday, 10:00 AM, Men's Group

18 December:             Tuesday, 1:00 PM Vintage Group

18 December:             Tuesday, 3:30 PM Trustee's Meeting,
                                                                            chair: Susan Billings

19 December:             Wednesday, 6:00 PM Film Night Love Actually

21 December:             Friday, 6:00 PM Winter Solstice Gathering
                                      for the shortest day of the year with Pastor Burke

                                      and Jeffrey McFarland-Johnson, cello

23 December:             Sunday, 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM Christmas Caroling
                                       Meet here at the church, then carol on Main St.
                                       with Ron and Esther Brunswick

8 January, 2019:        Tuesday, 5:00 PM Finance Commitee Meeting


Movie Nights

Advent Family Film Night Friday December 14th 6:00pm

“The Muppet Christmas Carol” (Disney, 1992) The Muppets are back in a festive, entertaining and fast moving re-creation of Dickens’ ‘A Christ- mas Carol.’   Filled with good tunes, bright and entertaining characters,  (Ms. Piggy as Mrs. Cratchit and Kermit as Bob) and some superior sets  and side characters such as the family of poor mice who long to find      ‘cheeses for us meeces.!’.This is one that my family goes back to watch    every year. Child friendly for all ages and very enjoyable for every adult  too. Highly recommended.

Wednesday December 19th at 6 pm

“Love Actually” (Universal, 2003) A Christmas-themed romantic dramedy featuring an incredible ensemble cast; Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman,   High Grant, Keira Knightly, Liam Neeson. Laura Linney, Colin Firth and  many more. The films story line, beginning five weeks before Christmas, is spilt amongst ten different intersecting tales, all about love or the lack of it, and mostly set in London. It has become a true holiday classic. in ways It’s a Wonderful Life, for a new time and day. If you are a romantic who likes to be served laughs and a little holiday pathos, this is for you!  Highly, highly recommended. Wait till you see Bill Nighy playing a washed up 60s rocker attempting a Christmas comeback  …  touching and hilarious! You are always welcome to bring your dinner and drinks.       Popcorn and lemonade will be provided.











Wherever you are in the exploration of your faith,
we will walk with you

The United Methodist Church
of Saint Helena

1310 Adams St.
St. Helena  CA  94574



any questions?  Call Susan, office administrator, at 963-2839











Tune in again for further events!





















 ~ St Helena United Methodist Church
St Helena, California, USA