UPDATE FOR DRIVING AND PARKING AT COX MEMORIAL UMC
We at Cox Memorial UMC look forward to welcoming you to tomorrow’s event being hosted here at the church.
If you are using GPS/SmartPhone technology to find us, please use: 29 Middle Street, Hallowell, ME 04347.
Please note that our church’s landline phone is currently out of order so please, for contact throughout the day tomorrow,
use my cell phone number: 207-229-7094. You may also text me at that number.
The event will be held in our Fellowship Hall which is reached through the lower, parking lot door, marked on the outside of the building as “Church Office and Fellowship Hall.” However, if you do choose to enter through the upper doorway with the ramp, there is an elevator immediately inside the door that will bring you down to the lower level of the church.
We do have parking in our lot but it IS limited. Not all of you will find a space. On street parking is available on both streets, on either side of the facility:
For lunch there will be vegetarian and Gluten-free options available
Our church if fully handicapped accessible.
Do not hesitate to call if you encounter any issues finding us tomorrow!
Grace and Peace,
Rev. Nancy G. Bischoff, pastor
Cox Memorial United Methodist Church
Mail: P.O. Box 294
Location: 29 Middle Street
Hallowell, ME 04347
Rev. Dr. Jim Melson
returns to the MidMaine District for our next Resource Day, January 26, 2109.
MidMaine’s Transforming Ministry Mission Group, generated by Jim’s last visit, will help present and lead experiences in mission based mutual discipling groups.
Join us at Cox Memorial UMC
, 29 Middle St, Hallowell, ME. Child care will be available.
We appreciate advance notice if you will need this so that we can plan for numbers.
8:30 am Gathering and Fellowship
9:00-12:00 Morning Session in fellowship hall: Spiritual Practices as Body Building.
(includes presentation of MME Covenant Group 1: Transforming Ministry)
12:00-12:30 PM: Lunch (included in $10 registration fee)
12:30-1:30 Covenant Group experience in break out groups hosted by
1:30--2:00 PM Feedback and planning from Covenant Group experiences.
2:00-3:00 PM Extended Session:
*Adapting existing churches to Inward/Outward/Together model
*Planning new faith community starts using Inward/Outward/Together model
MidMaine’s first Mission Group has learned that, while there’s no fast track to discipleship, persistence in the journey inward/outward together as friends in Christ brings joy and generative ministry. (For more on this group’s journey, see Pastor Jen Reed’s article
featured in the Cornelius’ Corps’ newsletter and on neumc.org.) Members of this facilitating group are: John Baker Streevy, Jinwoo Chun, Jen Reed, Kathleen Decker Szakas, Myung eun Park, Kristin White, and Karen Munson.