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June is here, the pools are open and the seeds are planted; now we June 2013 are

going into the warmth of summer days. However, for United Cicero United Methodist Pastors, June has another meaning. It means Annual Methodist Church Conference which brings about many mixed emotions. You will P AST OR B yron Frit z P. O. Box 617 have the business side of the Conference which can affect pastors Cicero, IN. 46034 and also the churches; that is why every church has a lay delegate for the voting process. So lift up Mike Murphy who is our lay Pastor 1 delegate. For some it is a time of reunion with other pastors and General News 2-7 lay persons with whom you have served together on committees, church camps or other organizations. It is a time of excitement Birthdays & Anniversaries 4 with the ordination of men and women who have gone through the many hours of seminary and meet with different committees Those Serving 5 of the district and conference. Annual Conference is also a time to say thank you to pastors who are retiring from full time active Prayer Requests 6 service and may continue to pastor in a less than full-time position June Readings 7 or just retiring to a time with family. Then there is the memorial service at Annual Conference when we remember those who have Just for Kids 8 passed away in the last year and honor all the years of service Calendar 9 they have given to the Lord and the Indiana Annual Conference. In the last few years since we have had Annual Conference in downtown Indianapolis, there have been opportunities for the delegates to join together in many different types of missions such as Habitat for Humanity, Fletcher Place, Brightwood and to the world. So when I think of June, yes, I enjoy all that God has given us out-of-doors, but it is also a time for me to be thankful as a United Methodist for all that we do together as a connectional church. One person can do something, but many working together can do so much more. You are welcome to come to the Convention Center on June 6 th, 7th and 8th as a visitor to see all the United Methodist booths, agencies and programs; you can set in on the Conference session without a vote as a visitor. There is also an Indians ballgame on Saturday night and the Bishop will be tossing the first ball. There will be a United Methodist seating section. I pray, that as June passes by and half of the year 2013 will be over, that your life with Christ will continue to grow through the study of the word and special times of prayer before Gods throne. We have much to be thankful for and to be proud to be a child of God in the United Methodist Church.

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IMPORTANT
All Committees Meet 11:30 - 1:00 p.m. Sunday, July 14th. Church Council Meets 1:00 - 2:30p.m. Sunday, July14.
(A light lunch will be provided for those staying for Church Council.)

It is important that everyone involved plan to be present at their meeting!


IMPORANT L L Update

Our last LOL meal was held on Wednesday, May 29th. We will resume our weekly meals on Wednesday, August 22nd. Thank you SO much to everyone who supported the LOL program this year - those who prepared meals, prayed for our ministry, served meals, wrapped silverware, sorted food, transported items from Third Phase, cleaned refrigerators/freezers, donated money, washed dishes, wiped tables, cut pies, did laundry, took food to other pantries, prepared programs, helped with DOG park, led prayers, rinsed trays, or helped in ANY way. It is greatly appreciated by our guests and by those who organize the ministry. It was another successful year. And, yes! We DO have a lot of fun while we do the Lords work so please consider joining the fun in the Fall! Blessings to all!

Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.
~Winston Churchil

VBS Kick-Off Carnival Everyone is Invited June 2nd from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Free Hot Dogs, Popcorn, Bounce House, Dunk Tank and much, much more!!!!!!!!!! EVERYWHERE FUN FAIR

VBS
June 3-7, 5:00-8:00 p.m. Ages 3-11

PLEASE REGISTER BY JUNE 2nd!!!!!

*****IMPORTANT***** The UMW will not be renewing the subscription to the Upper Room which will expire in July. Anyone wishing to subscribe on their own should contact the Upper Room at: www.upperroom.org or 800-972-0433.

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2013 Penny Raiders & 5th Sunday Offerings


Penny Raiders 5th Sun. Offering: Penny Raiders: June 23rd - Meals on Wheels June 30th - CUMC Compassion Fund July 28th - Batesland Elementary School August 25th - Uganda Womens Fund September 22nd - Operation Christmas Child September 29th - CUMC Compassion Fund October 27th - Holiday Sharing November 24th - Bishops Offering December 22nd - L.O.L December 29th - CUMC Compassion Fund

5th Sun. Offering: Penny Raiders:

5th Sun. Offering:

LAY LEADER / CHURCH COUNCIL CHAIR Gosh! It is June already! The year will be half over at the end of this month. Where did the time go? Probably, you are like my family, you are planning a vacation trip to some destination to relax and get away from the daily routine. Please remember that Gods work at Cicero United Methodist does not take a vacation or time off from the daily routine. Gods work is ongoing - 24/7, 365 days a year. As such, God needs your support during the summer as well as the rest of the year. If you are planning on being away for one, two or more weeks this summer, we hope that you will remember to continue your gifts to God so that His work in Cicero might continue uninterrupted. Enjoy your time away from your daily routine and we will look forward to seeing you when you are home.
~Dennis Schrumpf, Church Council Chair & Lay Leader

The CUMC family is invited to Kerrie Eckers high school graduation open house on Sunday, June 9th, from 1-4 p.m. at the Ecker home - 1317 S. Catamaran Circle, Cicero. Please stop by - no gift is necessary!! We would just like for you to share Kerries special day!

UMCOR
Through UMCOR, members will be assisting and supporting the families recently ravaged by tornadoes throughout the United States. We can provide support through our contributions to UMCOR, with your personal checks made out to UMCOR Advance #901670. Or, UMCOR has an online website that will let you donate using a credit card. The process is to fill out an online form indicating where the donation should go, the amount, the duration, and the name of the Methodist Church for donation credit. First logon to www.umcor.org. Next, select the GIVE NOW to Tornado Response icon. This will take you to UMCOR Disaster Response, United States (#901670) web form. Next, choose a sub-designation for the donation by clicking on the down arrow. A list of selections will appear. Select where you wish to direct your donation. The rest of the form is self-explanatory. Please help in any way you can.

H. H. E. L. P. Childrens Summer Lunch Program


Cicero UMC has been asked to provide granola bars, fruit bars and lunch sized chips. This is an ongoing program throughout the summer. Last year we were serving 80 children at the very beginning. Please place the items in the Angels Attic barrel in the narthex. Thanks for helping feed the hungry children in our community. Monetary gifts are accepted as well.

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BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE BIRTHDAYS: 3 - Kaci Rose 6 - Dave Wallace, Sam Craig 8 - Ann Sigler 9 - Paul Gibson 10 - Tony Brown, Nancy Hartley 11 - Nicole Layden 15 - Jon Whitehead 16 - Emma Probst 21 - Paul Roy 22 - John Kidwell 23 - Joann Kidwell 24 - Tom Davis 25 - Courtney Tate 27 - Johnny Rice, Aaron Harless, Kassy (Young) 29 - Brenda Webster ANNIVERSARIES: 4 - Joe & Rhonda Shotwell 11 - Tim & Holli Hendrix, Mark & Penny Patterson Randal & Lynda Smith 12 - Scott & Kathy Tate 18 - Brad & Lisa Hanni 22 Dan & Margaret Smith

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If you are not presently on our birthday & anniversary lists, and would like to be added, please let me know. We will be more than happy to add you.
KUDOS TO: The LOL team for another amazing year of great meals, enjoyable fellowship, and countless blessings showered on everyone involved (guests and workers) The CUMC choir for their inspiring, beautiful music The weekly nursery and Welcome Center volunteers who make sure our guests feel welcome and our children safe and happy Paul Gibson, the Trustees, and everyone who worked on the huge church inventory project Earline and Paul Gibson and Keith Ecker who picked up and delivered a recent donation of some chairs and supplies to the church

SUMMER SCOUTING NEWS Saturday, June 1, is the annual Boy Scout Troop Pancake Breakfast at Red Bridge Park. We thank you for your support. During the week of June 9-15 the Scout Troop will be at Summer Camp at the Ransburg Scout Reservation near Bloomington, Indiana. The troop will again camp at Adventure Point where they run their own program and cook their own meals. Summer camp provides the Scouts the opportunity for completing many items that are needed for advancement. Our Scout Troop has a great year-round program, but probably more advancement is accomplished at Scout Camp than any other time during the year. The boys are able to eat, drink and sleep Scouting for nearly seven days and seven nights. We appreciate all of the adults who gave up a week of their vacation time to spend it with our Scouts at Camp.
~Dennis Schrumpf, Chartered Partner Representative for Pack 103, Troop 103 & Crew 103

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THOSE PERSONS SERVING THE MONTH OF JUNE: 1st Sunday, June 2nd: Welcome Center: Lannie Nickel Greeters & Ushers: Ed & Pat Catron, Marilyn Gerber, & David Wallace Liturgist: Chris Osborn Nursery: Megan Green & Alexis Robinson 2nd Sunday, June 9th: Welcome Center: Ron & Linda Adamson Greeters & Ushers: Mary Johnson, Evelyn Schrumpf, Su Simpson, & Chris Osborn Liturgist: Susie Browning Nursery: Megan Green & Alexandra Smith 3rd Sunday, June 16th: Welcome Center: Lonnie Whitehead Greeters & Ushers: Lonnie & Karen Whitehead, Brad Hanni & Bob Mann Liturgist: Jim Allen Nursery: Megan Green & Mary Johnson 4th Sunday, June 23rd: Welcome Center: Jim Allen & Jane Allen Greeters & Ushers: Dar & Mel Gilmore, Jay Dunbar & Keith Ecker Liturgist: Susie Browning Nursery: Megan Green & Debbee Yeryar 5th Sunday, June 30th: Welcome Center: Ron & Linda Adamson Greeters & Ushers: Jim & Jane Allen, Bob Mann & Brad Hanni Liturgist: Joe Green Nursery: Megan Green & Pat Catron Penny Raiders for June 23rd will be for Meals on Wheels 5th Sunday Offering will be for the CUMC Compassion Fund If you cannot serve as listed, please contact the Secretary.

WEBSITE NEWS
Webmaster, Dan Grose, will place your event on our website. Please provide all the details of the event along with contact information. Photos, web-links, etc., may also be included. Place your information in the WEBSITE MAILBOX at the church, call the church 317-984-4971, or e-mail it to: webteam@ciceroumc.org. Please allow 7 days for Dan to enter information on the website. Please keep Dan informed so he can keep our Website current. Please check our website . . . . . www.Ciceroumc.org The church Facebook link is as follows: www.facebook.com/CiceroUnitedMethodistChurch Our email address is . . . . . rethinkchurch@ciceroumc.org

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Only a dad, but he gives his all To smooth the way for his children small, Doing, with courage stern and grim, The deeds that his father did for him. This is the line that for him I pen, Only a dad, but the best of men. ~Edgar A. Guest

The power of attitudes: Attitude is the minds paintbrush. It can color a situation gloomy and gray, or cheerful and gay. In fact, attitudes are more important than facts. ~Mary C. Crowlley CICERO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH PRAYER LIST
Prayer List policy: Those added to the prayer list will remain there for two weeks. After two weeks they may be deleted. You will need to call the church office in order to reinstate your prayer concerns.

Prayer is the place where burdens change shoulders.


Elna Alexander (Monte Alexanders mother) Jo Brown (Riverwalk Commons, 7235 Riverwalk Way N., Apt. 201, Noblesville, IN 46062, Phone 317-770-1141) Tom & Anna Davis (The Lodge, Cabin #31, 1667 Sheridan Rd., Noblesville, IN 46062, Phone 317-770-3481) George Kanouse (6350 Winter Park Drive, Apt. #369, North Richland Hills, TX 76180) Martha Clanton (P. O. Box 333, 159 N. Byron Street, Cicero, IN 46034, Phone 317-984-4909) Kyle ONeill Thomas Richards Don Swickert (cancer) Leonard Lee (pancreatic cancer) and wife Mary (dear friend of Sherry Neavear) Tim Mulkey - Dan Smiths uncle (mouth cancer) Carter Nebesio (6 yr. old girl with Leukemia) Marilyn Gerbers sister-in-law (also Marillyn Gerber) Alzheimers Gary Andrews (Colon Cancer) Our Country & its Leaders Brenda Machgan (Jon Coys sister/breast cancer) Our Missionaries & families Dan Smith (heart issues) Our Servicemen and women Carl Bentley (being added to the heart transplant list) & their families Sharon Robbins (cancer) Ron Pryor Levi Farmer All those affected by the recent tornadoes. Allegra Hibma Jon Coy Kathy Tate (cancer) Family and friends of Lena Ketring and Marge Marquis who went to be with their Lord

If you would like to be on the church e-mail list to receive prayer requests and other church news, please send your e-mail address to the church office: rethinkchurch@ciceroumc.org. If you do not have e-mail but wish to be on the prayer/information list, please call the church office, 984-4971. Whether you call on Him or dont call on Him, God will be present with you.
~Frederick Buechner

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Monthly Readings for JUNE


01-II Samuel 18:1-19:10 John 20:1-31 Psalm 119:153-176 Proverbs 16:14-15 02-II Samuel 19:11-20:13 John 21:1-25 Psalm120:1-7 Proverbs 16:16-17 03-II Samuel 20:14-21:22 Acts 1:1-26 Psalm 121:1-8 Proverbs 16:18 04-II Samuel 22:1-23:23 Acts 2:1-47 Psalm 122:1-9 Proverbs 16:19-20 05-II Samuel 23:24-24:25 Acts 3:1-26 Psalm 123:1-4 Proverbs 16:21-23 06-I Kings1:1-53 Acts 4:1-37 Psalm 124:1-8 Proverbs 16:24 07-I Kings 2:1-3:2 Acts 5:1-42 Psalm 125:1-5 Proverbs 16:25 08-I Kings 3:3-4:34 Acts 6:1-15 Psalm 126:1-6 Proverbs 16:26-27 09-I Kings 5:1-6:38 Acts 7:1-29 Psalm 127:1-5 Proverbs 16:28-30 10-I Kings 7:1-51 Acts 7:30-50 Psalm 128:1-6 Proverbs 16:31-33 11-I Kings 8:1-66 Acts 7:51-8:13 Psalm 129:1-8 Proverbs 17:1 12-I Kings 9:1-10:29 Acts 8:14-40 Psalm 130:1-8 Proverbs 17:2-3 13-I Kings 11:1-12:19 Acts 9:1-25 Psalm 131:1-3 Proverbs 17:4-5 14-I Kings 12:20-13:34 Acts 9:26-43 Psalm 132:1-18 Proverbs17:6 15-I Kings 14:1-15:24 Acts 10:1-23 Psalm 133:1-3 Proverbs 17:7-8 16-I Kings 15:25-17:24 Acts 10:24-48 Psalm 134:1-3 Proverbs 17:9-11 17-I Kings 18:1-46 Acts 11:1-30 Psalm 135:1-21 Proverbs 17:12-13 18-I Kings 19:1-21 Acts 12:1-23 Psalm 136:1-26 Proverbs 17:14-15 19-I Kings 20:1-21:29 Acts 12:24-13:15 Psalm 137:1-9 Proverbs 17:16 20-I Kings 22:1-53 Acts 13:16-41 Psalm 138:1-8 Proverbs 17:17-18 21-II Kings 1:1-2:25 Acts 13:42-14:7 Psalm 139:1-24 Proverbs 17:19-21 22-II Kings 3:1-4:17 Acts 14:8-28 Psalm 140:1-13 Proverbs 17:22 23-II Kings 4:18-5:27 Acts 15:1-35 Psalms 141:1-10 Proverbs 17:23 24-II Kings 6:1-7:20 Acts 15:36-16:15 Psalm 142:1-7 Proverbs 17:24-25 25-II Kings 8:1-9:13 Acts 16:16-40 Psalm 143:1-12 Proverbs 17:26 26-II Kings 9:14-10:31 Acts 17:1-34 Psalm 144:1-15 Proverbs 17:27-28 27-II Kings 10:32-12:21 Acts 18:1-22 Psalm 145:1-21 Proverbs 18:1 28-II Kings 13:1-14:29 Acts 18:23-19:12 Psalm 146:1-10 Proverbs 18:2-3 29-II Kings 15:1-16:20 Acts 19:13-41 Psalm 147:1-20 Proverbs 18:4-5 30-II Kings 17:1-18:12 Acts 20:1-38 Psalm 148:1-14 Proverbs 18:6-7

RECYCLING Did you know that you can recycle flattened cardboard at the Cicero Utilities Complex at 1159 Stringtown Pike? There is a large bin just south of the tennis courts and basketball courts near the wastewater plant. It is labeled CARDBOARD ONLY. Take your cardboard there and keep it out of the landfills. At the same time, you can drop off your newspapers, household papers, magazines, etc. in the bin behind the Cicero library, if you do not have curbside recycling. It takes just a little effort, but together we can make a difference.

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G O D IS SO G O O D
To whom did Jesus say, Feed my sheep?
A. B. C. D. Peter John Matthew Paul

For the answer: See John 21:17.

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June 2013 Cicero United Methodist Church P. O. Box 617 100 E. Jackson Street Cicero, IN 46034 Phone: (317)984-4971 Fax: (317)984-7571 Website: www.ciceroumc.org Email: rethinkchurch@ciceroumc.org

Address Service Requested Want on or off the mailing list? Call (317)984-4971

Life Lessons
by Joanna Fuchs You may have thought I didnt see, Or that I hadnt heard, Life lessons that you taught to me, But I got every word. Perhaps you thought I missed it all, And that wed grow apart, But Dad, I picked up everything, Its written on my heart. Without you, Dad, I wouldnt be The person I am today; You built a strong foundation No one can take away. Ive grown up with your values, And Im very glad I did; So heres to you, dear father, From your forever grateful kid.