Cashiers United Methodist Church
Sunday, August 18, 2019
+ Christ has no hands but yours +
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To create environments where people connect with one another as the Body of Christ.

Share God's love with others.
Help people build meaningful relationships with one another.
Encourage people through Christian fellowship.
Provide opportunities for spiritual growth.
Heal brokenness through prayer and care.
Embrace students who are away at school.
Remember those serving in the military.
Discover new ways to share the Gospel.
Support people through life struggles.
Meets Tuesdays at Noon

The Sheltering Trees Prayer Group meets each Tuesday at Noon.  Prayer time begins with intercessory prayer followed by Communion.  Please join us whenever you can.  Anyone may request prayer for a person and the group will pray for the need. Names printed in the bulletin require the person's permission.  With the exception of "On-Going Prayer", all names are removed after two weeks unless updated.  For Sunday's Prayer List, the request be in the office by Wednesday.   To request prayer or to be added to the prayer line, you may contact the church office at 743-5298 or

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These are neighborhood clusters for Cashiers United Methodist Church.  We currently have four neighborhoods:  Northeast, Southeast, Northwest, and Southwest.  The dividing line (coordinate) for these neighborhoods is the crossroads in town.  There are shepherds for each neighborhood that organize activities for the neighborhood and help with bereavement needs of members within their neighborhood.

"To gather the whole community of disciples" (Acts 6:2) of the Cashiers United Methodist Church into four neighborhoods geographically (with the crossroads being the division) to share the Good News of Jesus Christ by caring for the spiritual and physical needs of our communities.

"Choose seven persons of good standing, full of the Spirit and of wisdom" (Acts 6:3) as Shepherds of the neighborhoods..."Seven chosen to serve!" (1) as a community contact person, (2) as an encourager and organizer (3) as a flock tender

To call and care for other's needs during times of illness, hospitalization, bereavement, etc.
To call and care for other's needs during family concerns 

To reach out to shut-ins by calling, visiting, or sending notes of cheer
To maintain an e-mail chain for prayer concerns and church information
To advise the church office of concerns in the community
To provide a community contact for new residents and visitors
To celebrate together with a fellowship meal quarterly or semi-annually
To nurture others in Christ through Bible studies
To nurture others in Christ through prayer groups and support groups.