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QuikLINK for Friday, July 22, 2016, No. 16112

Issue: #16112
July 22, 2016

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IN THIS ISSUE:

  • PARTNERING WITH THE COMMUNITY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
  • SUSQUEHANNA CONFERENCE UN SEMINAR TO DISCUSS VIOLENCE, TERROR, AND PEACE
  • DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRIES POSITION OPEN IN MOUNTAIN TOP
  • YOUTH LEADER POSITION OPEN IN MILLERSBURG
  • PART-TIME CHURCH ORGANIST / KEYBOARDIST POSITION OPEN IN HOLLIDAYSBURG
  • UNITED METHODIST NEWS SERVICE


PARTNERING WITH THE COMMUNITY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
MissionLink July 21, 2016


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SUSQUEHANNA CONFERENCE UN SEMINAR TO DISCUSS VIOLENCE, TERROR, AND PEACE

How should we as followers of Jesus - and United Methodists - respond to the violence we are experiencing in our communities and around the world?

What are the things that lead to peace?

An uncomfortable truth about our world is that we are surrounded by violence. Violence begets fear, and fear begets violence. Jesus famously cried over the city of Jerusalem, saying, "If only you knew on this day of all days the things that lead to peace," (Luke 19:42, CEB).

Join other sisters and brothers from the Susquehanna Conference and the United Methodist Seminar Program for three days in New York City as we learn about the connections between global and local violence - and how we can be vessels of God's peace in our communities.

See the flyer and registration form - CLICK HERE - about the October 11-13, 2016, UN Seminar trip sponsored by the Mission and Outreach Team of Susquehanna Conference. Cost of the trip is $250 and includes bus travel to New York City, lodging at Seafarers Hotel, and the seminar.  

The seminar trip is limited to 20 participants - register now.

Deadline is September 9.

Contact seminar trip organizer Pastor Joe Hopkins at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 570-753-8137 if you have questions.



DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRIES POSITION OPEN AT CHRIST UMC, MOUNTAIN TOP

Director of music ministries sought for Christ United Methodist Church, a growing congregation in Mountain Top, Pa., with a variety of musical groups and worship styles. The ideal applicant will be a worshiper of Jesus with experience leading a congregation into the presence of God, a skilled organist and pianist, competent vocalist, and effective serving in and leading teams.

Responsibilities include recruiting, accompanying, and directing choirs; leadership of a worship band; providing opportunity and development for the next generation of musicians; and expanding and enriching the church's musical worship life with various ethnic traditions and genres including contemporary worship music.

For more information or to submit a resume and references, contact church administrator Suzanne Bowman at
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 570-474-6060.
 
Rev. JP Bohanan
Pastor, Christ United Methodist Church
christonthemountaintop.blogspot.com
175 S. Main Rd.
Mountain Top, PA 18707



YOUTH LEADER POSITION OPEN AT GRACE UMC, MILLERSBURG

Grace United Methodist Church in Millersburg is seeking applicants for a passionate youth leader. The position includes flexible hours. Salary is negotiable based on experience.

Please send letters of interest and resumes to:
Attn: Duane Snell, Staff Parish Chair
Grace United Methodist Church
982 Medical Rd.
Millersburg, PA  17061

Deadline is September 2, 2016.

Jane M Hubler
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PART-TIME CHURCH ORGANIST / KEYBOARDIST POSITION OPEN AT FIRST UMC, HOLLIDAYSBURG

Immediate opening for part-time position at First UMC, 801 Allegheny St., Hollidaysburg, approx. 7-10 hours/wk. Requires organ, piano, and keyboard skills. Applicant must be available Sunday mornings for varied worship styles, and for weekday evening choir practice, praise band practice, and seasonal worship services. Experience in accompanying a variety of vocal and instrumental performances preferred.

Interested applicants contact:
First UMC at 814-696-4411 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Pastor Grace Marie Ransom



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