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Week of 10/13/2019

The Flowers on the Altar are Donated by Cassandra Mills and Jewell Johnson with Love

HAMILTON COUNTY IS IN NEED OF POLL WORKERSPoll Workers needed November 4th setup and November 5th Election Day Earn $181.50 including training.  Requirements: Registered & active voter, no felony convictions, Independent transportation.  High School seniors can also work the polls.  Find out more at  Call NOW Raquel Burgos, Democratic, 513-632-7041, Angie Lawson, Republican, 513-632-7042 Board of Elections.

If you watch your local channels for free using an antenna you will need to rescan your television on October 18 at 10 am.  If your television is connected to satellite service or cable service you don’t have to do anything.

WE NOW HAVE CASH APP AT NEW VISIONCash App allows people to pay for things without using checks or credit cards.   We are now set up to use it.  It is only set up to receive cash, not allow requests for cash.  After downloading the App on your phone, you can set it up to use it. The Cash App name for the church is $newvisionumcreading.  People can search for this listing in Cash App to make their donations and payments.  When we receive these contributions, we will handle them like we do our online contributions.  We will create an envelope for them and give them to our Financial Secretary for recording.  She will be able to verify them with the bank account information.   Please make sure you complete the information on what the purpose is for your donation.  If there are any questions about this procedure, please feel free to contact Kathye Lewis Norman. We hope that you will find this as a way to make your contributions easier.

Light UP New Vision Our Light Up New Vision campaign is moving along.  We are missing some members who have not participated yet.  We need everyone to find their place in Lighting up New Vision.  We all use the church whether it is for weddings, funerals, parties, exercise or ministries.  You want it to be there for you when you need or want it.  That is why it is important for you to support this work. We ask for you to continue in pray for our campaign and watch the changes!

United Methodist Men Meeting: October 17, 7:30 pm at Montgomery Inn 9440 Montgomery Rd.

Women’s Day:  We are asking that all members pick up a Patron sheet for Family Members to volunteer donations and that the collected donations be turned into Cassandra Mills, Geraldine Calmeise or Naomi Barkley by the 7th of October 2019. This year the Women’s day colors are any solid Fall Color such as Yellow or Orange Green or Red.

Thursday’s Kids is adding a new twist. Join us any Thursday from 5-7 pm; however, on the second and fourth Thursday s we will be learning some new songs, playing some special games and growing closer to God.  All are invited.  Ages 5 and up.  Grades Kindergarten and up.  It all begins on October 10th at 5 pm.

2020 Date Calendar Request Form:   The forms will be available on October 6th and are located at the Welcome Center Desk.  All completed forms are due back on or before December 1st, they can be turned into the church office or place in Karen Brentley’s mailbox.

Please remember to call the church and let us know if your loved one has passed.  If you do not tell us, we probably won’t know.

WEALTH & LEGACY SEMINAR:  Tuesday, October 22, 2019 6 pm until 7:30 pm New Vision UMC
RSVP by October 21st to Chuck Futel 513-374-9917 or or Sheila Holmes Howard 513-543-2333 or  The cost is $10.00 for members and $15.00 for non- members.

Trunks of Treats is for everyone! Enjoy games, prizes, music and lots of treats. Let’s show love for the families in our community and help our children to celebrate this season happy and safe. Tailgaters and volunteers please sign up in the church lobby. Trunks of Treats will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26…3:00 – 5:00.  See Eileen Thomas or Karen Brentley for questions.

You are invited to attend the BMCR Rally Day. The event will be held on Saturday October 26th at McKinley UMC in Dayton Ohio at 4 pm. Our guest preacher is Rev. Dr. Calvin Alston Jr., the WOC District Superintendent of the Shawnee Valley. The theme of the event is, “It’s a New Day”. We look forward to your participation and your support. Dinner will be provided at this event. In addition, we are currently beginning our annual BMCR membership drive. For questions contact, Cynthia Lockhart

Volunteers for HalleBration:   We are looking for volunteers to help with HalleBration 2019 on December 13 and 14.  Please see Joe Hampton to sign up and there will also be a list at the Welcome Center desk.  We need people to be greeters, monitors, work with youth activities, help with stage, parking lot attendants, hosts for vendors and sponsors, and other positions.  If you have any questions please see Joe or Kathye Lewis Norman.

FOOD PANTRY:   Donations for the month of October stuffing mix and cake mix.


We all have something we can do to help our church grow.  It starts with you.  It starts with knowing whose you are and how you can follow the word of God. Stewardship is your way of showing how much you love God.  You do it with your time, talent and tithes.  Take the time to know God in your own personal way and ask for Him to guide you in your walk in stewardship.  We celebrate those who are working to improve God’s house with our lighting.  We also celebrate those who are working to feed the hungry.  Be a part of something you care about.  Find the steward in YOU.