Christmas Services

Our Christmas Eve service is Saturday at 5:30 p.m., and we are on a regular schedule for our Sunday morning service on December 25. Please do not forgot that there is no 9:30 a.m. service on January 1; Meadowview UMC will be hosting an 11:00 a.m. service on January 1 that everyone is invited to attend – Rickey Ray will be the guest preacher.

Bing Futch holding mountain dulcimer

Bing Futch--World Class dulcimer player

Bing provides a high-energy, crowd pleasing show with a wide variety of music. His unique approach to the mountain dulcimer has made him a much-sought after National act. Concert begins at 4 pm on November 13, 2011 at Emory United Methodist Church in Emory, VA.

Come enjoy an afternoon of unforgettable music!!! Admission is FREE!!!

Emory United Methodist Church is located on the campus of Emory and Henry College–Emory, VA

For more information contact: 276-944-6842 or 276-356-6290

Old Christmas Celebration

Come join us for “Old Christmas”, Sun. evening, Jan. 2, 2011 @ the SWVA 4-H Center. Potluck @ 6 pm w/songs, stories & games to follow.

Opportunities to Serve

Eye Glass Donation
If you have glasses you wish to donate please give them to Susan Stanley or place them in her box in the church office. You will be helping one of the 153 million people with uncorrected refractive errors. It costs Lions less than US$0.08 to provide a pair of recycled eyeglasses and change someone’s life.

Mary’s Lunch Box is a program through Meadowview UMC designed to fight poverty in our area by packing and discretely placing food items in children’s backpacks for them to take home on the weekend.
Please contact Becky McKinney at 276-944-4659 or markbecky@centurylink.net if you have questions about volunteering, making a donation, or referring at child at Meadowview Elementary School.

Council Meeting

Church Council: Dec. 5, 4 PM, Wesley Parlor

Upcoming Events

Christmas at Emory

Dec. 5, 7:30 PM, Sanctuary, Emory UMC

The Annual E&H Music Department “Christmas at Emory” will be held on Sunday evening, December 5, at

7:30 PM, in Memorial Chapel.  Sounds of the seasons will be presented by a variety of instrumental and choral ensembles.  Free and open to the public, but come early to get parking and a good seat.

Dec. 19, 9:30 AM at Emory UMC & 11 AM at Meadowview UMC

“I Hear the Prophet Calling”  written by Pepper Choplin, with instrumental arrangements by Stan Pethel, will be offered twice on Sunday morning, December 19, by the combined choirs of Meadowview and Emory UMC.  The members of Fire in the Kitchen, featuring our own Tammy Martin, are collaborating with the choirs for this event.  The cantata will be presented first at the 9:30 AM service at Emory UMC and repeated in the 11 AM service at Meadowview UMC.  Please be present to celebrate the birth of Christ through the ministry of the choirs and instrumentalist.

Emory UMC welcomes Craig Whittaker, an accomplished Christian singer and musician to our 9:30 worship service on June 6.  Some of Whitaker’s music and information can be found at www.craigwhittakermusic.com.