Thursday, April 28, 2011

Watch “A Killer in the Dark” Documentary on NBC

On Sunday, May 1, Imagine No Malaria presents “A Killer in the Dark,” a documentary produced by United Methodist Communications, about the fight against malaria and how we are fighting back. This special television event, hosted by Pauley Perrette (of TV’s NCIS) will air on NBC affiliates (check your local listings).

It chronicles community-based efforts on both sides of the ocean – nationally and globally – as everyday people strive to reduce the deadly results of the disease. As one mother tucks her children into bed in Middle America, a mother in Africa does the same. In the morning, their children will wake with two very different missions directed toward the same critical goal: ending deaths caused by malaria.

Malaria kills more than one million people each year. Every 45 seconds a child in Africa dies of this preventable and treatable disease. Yet, malaria can be eliminated with the right tools: prevention, treatment, education and communication

To make sure “Killer in the Dark” is part of your NBC station’s May 1 lineup, please call or email your local NBC affiliate and ask them to share this important message with your community. Here is an NBC affiliate directory to help.

Monday, April 25, 2011



Please make aware anyone else at North who may not see this.

Everyone is welcome.

We have our assignment.




Please bring: water bottles, rakes, yard gloves, trowels, hand held pruning shears.

An announcement will be available on the Recreation Department’s cancellation line 860-647-3162 at 7AM

Rain date is Sunday May 1st

Click on this link to get a map of the area.

It’s located not too far from the church:



Saturday, April 23, 2011

One 10:30 Easter service tomorrow morning

Christ reached out to us in love so we could reach out to Him and live.
Come celebrate Easter with us at a single service tomorrow morning at 10:30, Sunday, April 24, 2011.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Ready For Easter?

The message from the Good Friday service is now online. Listen for the words of Jesus on the cross as we prepare and wait. Remember also the Prayer Vigil Saturday April 23 at NUMC from 5 pm to 8 pm. Be ready for that which is surely coming.

Good Friday Reminder

Continue to prepare for the Easter that we yearn to celebrate by joining us at the Good Friday service this evening at 7:00 pm.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

New Sermons Online

Both of today's sermons are now online on our website. Be sure to hear Pastor Laurel's sermon from the 9:30 service and check out our first pulpit exchange and hear the 10:30 sermon of Rev. Linda Peabody.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Being Good Stewards of God’s Creation

NUMC RecyclesCollection boxes have been placed by the exits of the church so that you may discard any components of your bulletins and announcements that you have not used or do not care to keep. These items will either be reused or recycled.

Thank you for supporting this “green” ministry!

Thursday, April 7, 2011

The MACC Food Pantry

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Three days hence, Sunday April 10th, please join the Outreach Committee and help stock the MACC Food Pantry shelves.

We will meet at the Food Pantry at 460 Main Street at 1:30 pm.
(The Committee will be transporting the 100+ bags!)

Come and see what happens to your generous food donations! Jacki Campion, MACC Director of Volunteers, will give us a short talk at 1:45 and then we will get to work. There is plenty of parking in the Lincoln Center parking lot. Children are encouraged to take part in this "giving" effort. There is a sign-up sheet in the Memorial Room.

The pantry is especially in need of meat products (beef stew, chili, canned pasta, hash, canned meat, meat soups), jelly, condiments, and baked beans. Coffee, hot chocolate, sugar, and paper products also are running short. Thanks to all for your donations!

Thanks to all who have been faithfully donating.

Remember: Marlene accepts monetary donations and is happy to do the shopping for the Food Pantry donations if you are unable.