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Timothy and Jeanne Paek to perform Sunday, May 19th at 3pm.
The next performance in our Concert Series, which we have tagged
Let There be Music, is
coming in May! Timothy, an accomplished cellist, will be performing with his mother Jeanne, a
graduate of Juilliard School of Music.
Timothy Paek began his cello studies at the age of 9 in the Juilliard Preparatory Division under
the direction of Andre Emelianoff. Tim has performed in many concert halls including Lincoln
Center's Alice Tully Hall, New York City Opera, and Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium and Weill
Recital Hall. He was also the grand-prize winner of the Summit Symphony Competition and of
the National Korean Hymnal Concourse Competition. He graduated from the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln School of Music and is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree in cello
performance at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Tim plays professionally in the Canton
Symphony Orchestra and is a member of the Meadowlark Piano Trio. He has also played with
the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and worked with members
of the Chiara, Yin, Cavani, Concord, and Juilliard String quartets.
Jeanne Paek, a Juilliard graduate pianist and organist, is currently working for Changewater
UMC and Round Valley UMC as their music director. Jeanne is happily married to Reverend
Andrew Paek. She and Reverend Paek, her husband of 27 years, are proud parents of two
wonderful children, Esther and Tim.
No tickets are being sold for this event; instead, a free-will offering will be taken. Donations will
be used for the Campership Scholarship Fund.
Let's fill the sanctuary! Please help us spread the word about this beautiful musical event.
Volunteers Urgently Needed - for the Caring Closet, Wednesdays 10am-noon and/or Thursdays 10am-noon. The Caring Closet receives a lot of visitors, and the community looks for its doors to be open Tues-Thurs 10am-noon. Team up with a friend or two, and help this important church mission. Church Office will be Closed, Friday May 10th. Outdoor Spring Cleanup at the Parsonage - Saturday May 11, starting at 8am. Coffee, bagels, and donuts will be provided! In the event of rain, please call the church office Saturday morning (689-0105) for an update. Roast Beef Dinner - Sat. May 11, 4:30pm-7:30pm, at Round Valley UMC. Mother's Day Tea - Sunday May 12, all Moms are invited to stay after the 10:15 service for tea, hosted by the Sunday School children! Vision Team Meeting--Tuesday, May 14. Community Lunch, Saturday May 18, 11am-1pm. Hosted by Anderson, Montana, and Oxford Colonial UM Churches. Sunday Services May 19th: Pentecost Sunday - wear red to church! Change the World Day - This year, a special
Imagine No Malaria collection will be taken. Over 600,000 people die each year of malaria. Nets and drugs are needed for entire families; nets need replacement every 3 years. Change the World: Imagine No Malaria.
Let There Be Music! Cellist Concert - Sunday May 19, 3pm (sanctuary). Hospice Memorial Service - Monday May 20, 7pm in the sanctuary. Hospice Memorial Service - Sunday June 2, 2pm-7pm in the sanctuary. Adoption Informational Session - Sunday June 2, 2-4pm in the Library. All are invited. Come ask questions and learn about Ukrainian adoptions. UMW - Monday June 3. Join us for a night out to dinner! Please RSVP by 5/28 to Kathy V. 689-1618, or sign up on the sheet in the sanctuary. Parish Breakfast Meeting - Saturday June 8, 8am, at Asbury UMC. Strawberry Festival - Saturday June 8, 3:30-7pm, Summerfield UMC. Dad's Spaghetti Dinner - Sunday June 9, noon, in Fellowship Hall. Strawberry Festival - Sunday June 9, noon-5:30pm, Changewater UMC. Trustee Meeting - Wednesday June 12, 7pm. Community Lunch, Saturday June 15, 11am-1pm. Hosted by Kiwanis and Washington Women's Club. Graduate Baccalaureate Service - Thursday June 20. Recognition and prayers for area graduating High School seniors. Church & Community
Be Our Guest Picnic --Saturday June 22, 4-6pm. (raindate: Sunday June 23, 5-7pm.)
IHN--June 23 through June 30. VBS - Monday June 24 through Friday June 28. This year's theme is
Everywhere Fun Fair...Where God's World Comes Together. Adult and teen volunteers are needed! -- please contact Amy Cousins or Becky May, or see the sign-up sheet in the rear of the sanctuary.
Church Council Meeting - Wednesday June 26, 7pm. Hope in the Hills of Warren-- June 29th - July 1st. Five Nights of Revival! - May 13-17 at the Flemington UMC (Main St.). Contact 782-1070 or www.FlemingtonUMC.org for a list of speakers. The Arc of Hunterdon County Tricky Tray--Saturday May 18, 4:30pm, at NHHS. Contact www.archunterdon or 730-7827 x246 for tickets and info. Coffee Hour--after the 8:00 & 10:15 Services (see sign-up sheet for hosting). Sunday Bible Studies - Sundays, 9:15am. Youth Group--Sundays, 6:00 pm, for youth 7th grade and older. Choir Practice--Thursdays, 7:15pm in the Choir Room. Bell Choir Practice--Thursdays, 8:15pm in the Sanctuary Book Nook - Mon-Fri 9am-noon and Sunday mornings (self-serve)
|ALTINO BROTHERS CONCERT CD's ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
Thanks to all who made the Altino Brothers Concert on Nov 17th such a great success! To see some video clips from this amazing event please check out our Facebook Page above! To order a CD of this fantastic concert please click here to be directed to our online ordering service.
CD's are $10 a copy with proceeds benefiting the Capital Campaign.
The results of the Vision Survey are in!
The Weekly Chimes and the Francis Asbury Parish Newsletter
For the latest electronic version of our Weekly Chimes newsletter please click here. This short bulletin contains all the information relating to our church and its activities for the coming week. Should you have further questions please do not hesitate to contact the church office. For a link to the latest Francis Asbury Parish newsletter please click here.
Posted on April 17, 2012 10:28 am
WASHINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH VISION SURVEY
With the vision of a prosperous and thriving church in sharp focus, the Vision Committee has been busy compiling the results of the surveys we asked you, our faithful congregation to complete. The results are finally in and compiled and we are excited to present them to you now.
CLICK HERE and HERE FOR THE VISION SURVEY RESULTS!