There’s always something happening at Glen Mar.
THIS WEEK’S SPOTLIGHTS:
- Devotional Journal – The theme of our Mission Possible Sermon Series is “Reaching the Goal” – a race in faith, requiring the use of spiritual disciplines of prayer, fasting, scripture reading, worship, etc. We invite you to use this 21-day devotional journal, a wonderful resource, during the weekdays starting on Monday, May 15 – June 12. Download Devotional Journal PDF.
- Bayside Big Band Concert – Friday, May 19 at 7:00 pm – Bayside Big Band is the first event is Glen Mar’s Summer Concert Series. This concert will be held outside. Rain? (Pray for no rain!) we’ll move it to the Spirit Center. Enjoy the music of famous big bands from the 1930s to the present day. Three food trucks – Greek on the Street, Kona Ice, and Breaking the Borders – will be available from 5:00 – 7:30 pm. Share a Flyer with friends and co-workers. [Read More]
- Blood Drive and mini-Health Fair at Glen Mar Church – Saturday, May 20 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. Everyone is welcome and it is free to the public. Scheduled health-related services are Blood Drive, COVID boosters shots, Childhood vaccines, and Health screening. [Read More]
- Fun Run – Saturday, June 10 from 9:00 – 11:00 am – We’re having a church-wide Fun Run on Glen Mar grounds and we need some volunteers! Don’t wanna run? Join the fun as a volunteer. We need race & table marshalls, water & check-in people, judges, and medical people. Visit our table in the Gathering Place during Sunday Worship to sign up or contact pastor Heerak Kim. [Read More]
Graduating High School Seniors – Deadline May 14
Send your high school senior picture to Pastor Heerak Kim by May 14. Seniors will be celebrated in worship on Sunday, May 21.
We are beginning to see the benefits of using Realm If you need help logging in to Realm, please email the Realm team and we’ll get you logged in! What is Realm and why do you need to log into it? [Read More]
Vacation Bible School 2023
Get ready for VBS 2023 – Stellar: Shine Jesus’ Light – July 10-14. Registration began March 1. So if you haven’t registered the kids yet – now is the time. It’s going to be out of this world! Visit our table in the gathering place this Sunday for more information or to sign up to volunteer. [Read More]
Welcome Team Meeting & Lunch – Saturday, May 13 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Learn about our new Radical Hospitality initiative starting very soon! Are you currently or interested in volunteering? Join us for our first, (since 2019) Welcome Team Meeting (and lunch) for anyone who is or wants to be serving as a Greeter, Hospitality (Coffee), Usher, or Welcome Center Host, OR anyone who is interested in joining us! Register now!
Youth Game Night, Saturday, May 13 at 6:00 pm
Join us for a fun night of board games and dinner. Please bring $5.00 to cover the cost. Any questions, please contact Pastor Heerak Kim.
Let us know you are here or watching online with Realm Connect. We have other ways of collecting your attendance – “Friendship Pads” in person, and a “Weekly Check-In” link on the website. But you have the option of marking your attendance on Realm Connect! (It is only available for check-in on Sundays.)
Lunch Bunch – Tuesday, May 16 at 11:30 am
Join us for our last lunch for the season (September through May). We’re a group of “seasoned citizens” (55 and up) who meet in the lower lobby for fellowship, fun and, of course, lunch. This month, we’ll be blessed with an entree and side dishes prepared by George. Drinks will be provided. For more information, contact Lois Hildebrand.
Reconciling Community Interest Meeting – Tuesday, May 16, 7:00 pm
Reconciling Ministries are committed to achieving LGBTQ+ justice and full inclusion in the life and leadership of The United Methodist Church, both in policy and in practice. All are welcome. Email us for more information.
Our Next Turn @ Rt. 1 DRC – Saturday, May 27 from 11:45 am – 2:00 pm
One of 50 churches supporting the Grassroots Rt. 1 Day Resource Center (DRC), Glen Mar provides lunch on the 4th Saturday of every month. If you’d like to contribute to the potluck menu, help serve on site, or even view future SignUps, [Read More].
Mini Ministry Fair – Sunday, May 28 from 10:30 – 11:00 am
Mission Possible: Reaching the Goal exercise here! Join us for a tangible opportunity to explore how we are called to take the baton! We will be set up in the Gathering Place and ready to show and tell why we are so passionate about the ministries here at Glen Mar Church. When you sign up, we’ll pass you the baton and encourage you to pass it to someone else!
You’re Invited to Relay For Life, Saturday, June 3 from 3:00 – 9:00 pm
We’re at Howard Community College’s Track & Field this year. Glen Mar’s “Angels for a Cure” team will be there for this free, community-based, fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. Cancer survivors are welcome to attend the reception at this relay and need to RSVP at www.relayforlife.org/BaltimoreHowardMD/. Enjoy free parking in the garage by taking the Little Patuxent Parkway entrance. For more information email the “Angels for a Cure” team. [Read More]
Ministry Town Hall – Tuesday, June 6 from 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Join us at the next Ministry Town Hall on Tuesday, June 6th from 7pm to 8:30pm in the Glen Mar Chapel to learn about various ministry areas, like the Children’s Ministry, Radical Hospitality, Mission Possible, and Commitment Sunday. There will be time to ask questions and we will enjoy light refreshments afterward. Everyone is invited to attend in person or online. Sign up on Realm Connect. [Read More]
Honor a loved one or a special occasion by sponsoring one or two altar flower arrangements for a weekend. To sign up for an available weekend, fill out a flower envelope. The cost is $40 per arrangement. Sponsors can contact The Flower Basket to customize their arrangement(s) if they wish. Flower envelopes are available in the Cafe area in the Gathering Place. Email Mary Ellen with any questions.
Job Position Posting: Seeking Full & Part Time Facilities Service Workers
Glen Mar United Methodist Church is currently seeking energetic Facilities Service Workers, to assist in all types of services, from light maintenance to custodial work. – [Read More]