|MARY TAYLOR MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
First Methodist Church in Milford: 1836
Current building dedicated: 1893
Merged with Myrtle Beach Community Church: 1969
Nesting Ghana Emmanuel U.M. Church: 2016
Whoever you are, wherever you are
on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.
All are welcome!
Church Service Starting 9:30 A.M.
Childcare is available for children under 5 years of age.
10:30 a.m. Punch Bowl Outside Between The Church and Wesley Center
Ghana Emmanuel Service 3:30 PM Chapel Wesley Center
(Worship begins at 5:00 PM)
Healing and Wholeness Service: Mondays 7:00 PM
Both Sanctuary and Wesley Center are fully Handicapped Accessible
MARY TAYLOR MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Telephone: 203.874.1982 Fax: 203.877.8973
Website: www.mtm-umc.org www.facebook.com/MTMUMC
MARY TAYLOR MEMORIAL UMC
The intent of the Transportation Caregiver Program is to provide
transportation to worship on Sunday mornings and at other days and times
that worship is held (Ex: Good Friday). Transportation would also be available
to church events that may occur at other times and days of the week (Ex:
Club 80 Luncheon) and other needs that may arise.
To procure a ride, a member should call Don Hastings (203-877-4554) or Judy
Darak (203-874-5881). If at all possible, at least a 24-hour notice would be
helpful, but an attempt will be made to deal with last minute situations or
USHERS: Like people? Like church? Like to be helpful? Ushers, along with
greeters, welcome our worshippers before 10 a.m. worship on Sunday. They
distribute bulletins, receive the offering and provide direction to receive Holy
Communion. They are scheduled on a periodic basis. If you are interested in
being an usher or learning more about this important ministry, please speak
with or contact Dennis Darak (firstname.lastname@example.org.)
MTMUMC COMMUNITY SUPPER: Each month on the 4th Thursday we serve our
hungry Milford neighbors. Both individuals and church committees agree to
host these meals and work any portion of the time from 2 – 6:30 p.m., which
includes set-up, prep, serving and clean-up. If you can help, contact Deb
Dubien at 203.877.4959.
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Mary Taylor Memorial United Methodist Church is a community
growing in God’s grace and love. We are committed to following
Christ’s teaching and example by heeding his call to feed the
hungry, welcome the stranger, preach the good news, teach our
children and youth, and visit the sick, homebound and
imprisoned. We recognize and celebrate the diversity of God’s
creation and God’s gifts. As disciples of our Lord, we publicly
acknowledge, welcome and support people of all races, genders,
sexual orientations and gender identities, ages, nationalities,
ethnicities, abilities and socio-economic situations. Our
welcome knows no boundaries. Called by the Holy Spirit to share
a ministry that reflects God’s love and justice, we embrace and
honor all who participate in the ministries and leadership of our
Child Care Coordinator
Pastor of Healing Ministries
|All the People of God
Shelly Lapadula & Beth O’Brien
Mary Lou Kampert
Laura A. Brennan
The Rev. Harold V.W. Vink
The Rev. Dr. Judith F. Bennett
|The Rev. Dr. Thomas J. Bickerton
The Rev. Dr. Alpher Sylvester
The Rev. Kristina Hansen
Dr. Richard L. Riccardi
The Rev. Cindy Dodd
|REVEREND CYNTHIA DODD
The Rev. Cynthia (Cindy) Dodd will be the staff person responsible for our Healing and Wholeness Ministry and Monday night
worship beginning July 1 with the title “Pastor of Healing Ministry.” She will be a leader among leaders in the Monday
night, 7 p.m. “Healing and Wholeness” Chapel worship; and recruit and train prayer anointers who serve the last Sunday
of each month in 10 a.m. worship. The Rev. Dodd has also been part of our “Healing and Wholeness” Ministry since its
inception over ten years ago.
We thank Pastor Hal Vink for his many years of leadership in this ministry. Pastor Hal retired from this staff position on
June 30th. We are delighted he desires to continue in a volunteer capacity and he and Jane will remain active at
MTMUMC. Staff-Parish will determine an appropriate event to honor Pastor Hal’s staff ministry in the near future.
| MEMBERSHIP AND EVANGELISM
10 TOP REASONS TO WEAR YOUR NAME BADGE
Submitted by Holly Firmender
Your name badge can be found at the Broad Street
church entrance each Sunday.
Please wear it, as it is helpful in these ways:
( borrowed from Top 10 Reasons to Wear Your Name
#10 A name tag is cheaper than a tattoo.
#9 Wearing a name tag makes for a friendlier church.
#8 You will be more approachable if you wear a name
#7 Even if you forget a name, you can still read it!
#6 A name tag makes it easier to introduce you to
#5 A name tag makes visitors feel comfortable.
#4 You can make a friend in less than 30 seconds if
you wear a name tag.
#3 You are immediately identified as an ambassador
of our church. Friendly always wins.
#2 Name tags are NOT about you. They’re about
everyone in the world except you.
#1 Everyone likes to hear their name!
If for some unknown reason your badge has been lost
or strayed, let Mary Lou in the office know you need