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1 Timothy 4:15:
Meditate upon these things; give
thyself wholly to them; that thy profiting may appear to
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added to our website on
August 24th 2012.
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Elizabeth Blackman and our
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Elizabeth creates our Newsletter using
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this .pdf format by using a free program, Adobe Acrobat).
Finally she emails
the Newsletter to me, I upload it to our website. Thanks to
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NEWSLETTER note: September
Our church Finance
Committee and Administrative Council recently approved a
plan whereby our church newsletter will be accessed on
the church’s website and email reminders (with a link to
the newsletter) will be sent when the newsletter is
copies will be printed only for those who do not have
internet service and will be made available at the back
of the sanctuary; we will no longer mail newsletters.
Arrangements will be made for those who are homebound or
in a nursing home.
are on the email prayer chain we have your address and
do not need to collect it.
If you have internet access, and are not
on the church’s email prayer chain, and wish to continue
receiving the newsletter please send your email address
to Dan Dalrymple at
also call the church office with your email address.
expect these changes to take place for the
We spend $400 a year on postage to mail
newsletters and we are looking to save any way we can.
go through a boat-load of paper, which also increases
our cost by increasing our copier usage. Each time we
run the newsletter it puts 2,500 copies on the copier.
A lot time is also spent copying, folding,
labeling and mailing all those newsletters. (We have to
do 200 newsletters to get the bulk mailing rate).
Questions, revisions, additions?
Dan Dalrymple, ACUMC website maintenance. Contact me at
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