206 West Towne St. PO Box 200 Glendive, Montana 59330
Glendive United Methodist Church
Friday, March 24, 2023

Glendive United Methodist Church


 Church Notes:

 The March 2023 newsletter is posted on the above button - Newsletter Download. 

The Link for on-line giving to the Glendive United Methodist Church:      https://app.easytithe.com/app/giving/glendiveumc

Church Activities:

            Noisy Buckets will be 1st Sunday of each month.

                    Lenten Services will be hosted by Zion Lutheran Church this year. 

                     Starting at 6:00p.m. on Ash Wednesday, February 22nd  through March 29th

                    Soup and desserts will be served first, followed by the service.


A six week  zoom meeting study class on the Book “Witness at the Cross” will begin Monday, February 27th from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for 6 weeks (ending April 3rd).  Pastor Samuel Beaves-Fisher, MDiv from Billings will be hosting.  If you are interested in this study please let the office know as soon as possible so that books can be ordered.   Paperback is $13.49 and eBook is $11.99.  Please notify the office if you plan to attend so arrangements can be made to purchase the book.   
                                                           Thank you all!
   Our Sunday Services are at 11:00am.
   Our services continue to be on our church Facebook address.
         The March newsletter - has been posted 
        in the above button - 
                        Newsletter Download. 
   Church Location          
                  Church Address:    206 West Towne St.
                      Mailing Address:       P.O. Box 200
                                                       Glendive, MT 59330       
                            Phone #:  406-377-5678
                        Church  E-mail: umcglendive@gmail.com
  Office Hours in Glendive: 
     The schedule varies; as needed
          Call our office and leave at message. 


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