Roseland United Methodist Church is nestled in the North Carolina sandhills of southern Moore County. Located in a peaceful rural setting, we are no more than a ten minute drive from Pinebluff, Aberdeen, Pinehurst, Hoffman, and the Foxfire Community. We welcome guests to join us on Sunday mornings for our worship service at 11:00 a.m.
Christmas Season schedule of events:
December 4th: Hanging of the Greens Service at 11am Worship Service
December 5th: UMW Christmas party at Squire’s pub at 6:30pm
December 14th: Youth Party with food, games, singing, and neighborhood caroling at Pastor’s home right after Pageant Practice( 6:45pm)
December 17th Shopping Day event at Quail Haven Nursing Home. Set up is 12-1 in the dinning room and shopping usually goes from 1-3 and sometimes longer.
December 18th: Christmas Pageant by youth at 11am Worship Service at 6pm. Dress rehearsal at 4:30 pm. Please bring finger food for party in fellowship Hall afterwards.
December 21st: Christmas Caroling Event: Meet at Jason and Tamela’s home at 5:30 pm and bring finger foods for fellowship afterwards.
December 24th: Christmas Eve Holy Communion and Candlelight Service at 6pm.
December 25th : Congregational Hymn sing and Special Christmas Music presented by Ms. June Melvin at 11am Worship Service. Holy Communion to be served .
Wednesday afternoon and evening Bible Study schedule for December: we will continue meeting on the 7th and the 14th and then resume regular meetings on January 4th after a brief pause for Christmas.
You can now watch Sunday's sermon here:
NEW PROJECT FOR AGAPE
Many Christians have left Syria under pressure from Islamic extremists to return to their ancestral home in Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh. As refugees, these families are having to start completely over. Most of them have spent what they had to make the hazardous journey through parts of Turkey on the way to Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh. While there is some governmental help in Armenia, there is very little help in Nagorno-Karabakh which is still disputed territory after the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan some 20 years ago.
It is in Nagorno-Karabakh that AGAPE has been supplying humanitarian assistance for these 20 years when no other humanitarian organization would enter that area. So, AGAPE is trying to help these refugees the best it can!
AGAPE is proposing that Churches or groups consider putting together Welcome Home Kits. We will gather these kits at the newly-dedicated MERCI Warehouse and send the kits along with the AGAPE Christmas boxes to Nagorno-Karabakh for distribution around Christmas.
For more information, please contact Rev. Bill Haddock at 910.262.3831 or at firstname.lastname@example.org