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Stay up to date with the happenings of Lehman Memorial United Methodist Church by visiting our blog. You'll find information such as announcements, sermon notes, and updates to encourage and challenge your walk with the Lord.

Our sermons are now a podcast

by: Karl Smith

05/20/2022

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We know you’re busy and you are on the go, but we also know the weekly sermons have great meaning for you. That’s why we make them available via video and audio on the website. Well, now we’ve made it even easier to take them with you. 

Introducing The Lehmancast. Yep, we’ve turned our sermons into a downloadable podcast that, as they say, you can find anywhere you get your podcasts, including Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. Just type in “Lehmancast” and you’ll be able

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We need your input on our livestream worship

by: Karl Smith

05/19/2022

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If you experience our livestream worship, we want to hear from you! Please take a moment to complete this (very) brief survey so that we can better serve you. Thanks in advance!

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Helping our seniors with dementia

by: Karl Smith

05/19/2022

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The folks at Caring.com recently reached out and asked us to share information about memory care. 

While Alzheimer's Disease is a specific condition, we often hear about dementia, which is a more general term to describe the decline in someone's cognitive abilities. 

In this article, you will learn about the signs of dementia and a variety of care options. 

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Understanding Alzheimer's Disease

by: Karl Smith

05/18/2022

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The folks at Caring.com recently reached out and asked us to share information about memory care. 

There's a lot of information out here on the web about Alzheimer's Disease, but not all of it is clear and factual. In this article, you can learn about identifying the early stages of Alzheimer's and how the condition can evolve over time. Since 1 in 9 people will develop Alzheimer's, it's a good idea to become familiar with the signs and how to manage it. 

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How memory care in Pennsylvania compares

by: Karl Smith

05/17/2022

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The folks at Caring.com recently reached out and asked us to share information about memory care. 

So yesterday we shared information about memory care in general. But how does our area compare to other areas? Most importantly, what is it going to cost to get quality care?  

In this article, you'll see that while costs in Pennsylvania are generally lower than in other states in our region, the Philadelphia area is much more expensive than, say, Erie. 

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Caring for our seniors with memory care

by: Karl Smith

05/16/2022

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The folks at Caring.com recently reached out and asked us to share information about memory care. 

This paragraph from their website explains why it's important: : "About seven in 10 adults over 65 will require long-term care at some point in their lives, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. And according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, half of all residents of long-term care facilities live with cognitive impairment. "

The firs

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Join us for our Community Dinner

by: Karl Smith

05/09/2022

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We're back in Fellowship Hall for our monthly Community Dinner! Plan on joining us for free food and fellowship May 25 from 5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. We do ask that you contact the church office by May 20 to let us know you're coming so we can prepare enough food. Hope to see you there!

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Graduating Seniors: Isabel Lyttle Scholarship Applications Available

by: Karl Smith

05/06/2022

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We will celebrate Senior Sunday June 12 and would like to honor all graduating seniors. 

If you are graduating this year, please let us know by contacting our office.

We will once again award the Isabel Lyttle Scholarship to eligible graduating seniors. Applying is easy. Simply download the application and, once completed, return it to the office by May 23 for consideration by the Isabel Lyttle Committee.

Please spread the word so we can celebrate all of our graduating

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Be a part of a Monumental VBS

by: Karl Smith

05/01/2022

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Registration for VBS is open! We’ll be meeting during the evenings from July 11 through 15 for all the fun and registration is now open. The theme is “Monumental, Celebrating God’s Greatness.”Sign up here....
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Sign up for Kids Night Out

by: Karl Smith

05/01/2022

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Kids Night out is on May 13 and registration is open (and spots are limited). Let’s face it, your kids deserve a night out... and maybe you do, too. Remember, spots are limited, so sign up today.Sign up here....
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Spring into fellowship!

by: Karl Smith

04/19/2022

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A beautiful “Fellowship Hour” spread outside the Sanctuary for  Easter Sunday.  Fellowship Hour will resume in Fellowship Hall next week, and each week following - until it gets warm enough to be outside!  Happy Easter from the FH Committee!

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Ready for some summer fun?

by: Karl Smith

04/18/2022

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Our Methodist church camps are the perfect place to experience new things, spend time in nature, make new friendships and grow in your faith.

Are you interested in music? Ask Stephanie McCurry about the musical production and all the other great activities while at music camp at Pocono Plateau.  

Do you love spending a few days with your grandparents?  Camp Innabah is the pla

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An Easter message from the bishop

by: Karl Smith

04/17/2022

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Christ is Risen!

On that early morning, the first Easter, several women went to the tomb where Jesus was buried. Their arrival was not a coincidence. Each of the four Gospels record the experience. These were the same women who were early followers of Jesus, from Jesus’ Galilee ministry through each and every joy, trial, death and resurrection. These were the faithful.

Easter celebrates the faithful. The faithfulness of the women, the faithfulness of Jesus and the faithful

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Stewardship Thoughts: Give Lavishly! Live Abundantly!

by: Karl Smith

04/14/2022

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The more you give, the more you get – The more you laugh, the less you fret –

The more you do Unselfishly, The more you live Abundantly . . . The more of everything you share,

The more you’ll always have to spare--- The more you love, the more you’ll find

That life is good And friends are kind ...

For only What We Give Away, Enriches Us from Day to Day ...

So let’s live each day throughout the year And fill the world with Love and Cheer.

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Holy Week services start tomorrow

by: Karl Smith

04/13/2022

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Join us to celebrate Holy Week:

Holy Thursday, 7 p.m.

Good Friday, 7 p.m.

Easter Sunday, 8:15 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m.

Masks are optional for in-person worship.

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