Everything is falling into place for Vacation Bible School 2015 at Frazer UMC! Thanks to a great team of volunteers, Children’s Ministry Director Cami Culpepper is anticipating a dynamic VBS. Look for a few “high-flying” surprises in the rallies and as always, fun-filled sessions led by loving teachers and youth. More than 170 volunteers make VBS happen! Be sure to have your children at Frazer UMC, July 13-July 17th!
Small Groups and Sunday School
Charles Wise, Frazer’s Adult Education Minister: “I’m encouraged by the “Living Today” Adult Bible Study class that meets in the Cokesbury room at 9:30am Sunday mornings. They average 70% plus of their enrollment, that’s about 40 people each Sunday. Bob Kline and Bob Scruggs rotate as teachers to this group of 60+ age group that is serious about growing! They have gotten names of attenders in worship that don’t have a group and have been very successful in growing their class. These Senior Adults serve, give, invite, make disciples, do missions and are growing. They are a larger class that also goes small by having ‘Small Care Groups’!” Be sure to stop in and visit one Sunday.
Frazer members Mike and Lisa Conn continue to support and share the love of Christ with Montgomery’s military community. A recent program called “Chapel’s Family Teams for Life” brought 19 couples together for fellowship. Mike and Lisa presented 15 workshops with the majority of the couples attending several sessions. These sessions are focused on strengthening marriages based on God’s word!
Happenings in our Frazer Family
Frazer’s Digital Ministries Coordinator and all-around Creative Guy Will Adams is on what could easily be described as a trip of a lifetime! Will is currently wrapping up a freelance job for Zondervan, a Christian media and publishing company, which is putting together a video curriculum on the New Testament featuring two New Testament scholars. He’s a part of a crew that has toured Israel, Greece and Rome with stops at Capernaum, Nazareth, Mars Hill, Corinth, and the site believed to have been Paul’s prison from which he wrote several of his epistles. Here’s a write-up Will shared through social media:
“The Roman Colosseum, properly called the Amphitheater, an incredible feat of human ingenuity, and the site of some of the most atrocious acts committed for the sake of entertainment. This was the world that the early Christians lived in. The fact that Rome progressed from this to being the home of the church gives me hope for the future.”
This is just some of the Breaking Good News happening in our Frazer Family! Stay tuned for more details of how God is moving through Frazer UMC.