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Your summer starts with Greensboro Parks and Recreation!  We offer camps for all ages and interests including Recreation Center Day Camp, Xtreme Teen Adventure Week, Teen Xperience @ Caldcleugh, Service Learning Camp, Sports Clinics, and the Counselor In Training program. Camp Joy registration will open Monday, March 11. Learn more and register today!  Details available here.

It's CHAIR YOGA TUESDAYS for SENIORS!  Improve balance and strength, have some fun, fellowship and learn how to develop a healthy and productive lifestyle.  Join now.  Must be registered to attend for lunch.  Register with Nagatha or email FREE CLASS and LUNCH.  Summer Dates: May 28, June 11, 25, August 6, 20.

We are trying to update our church directory. Please make sure to fill out our update form, which is in the vestibule. If you would prefer to email us, please email the following info: Name, address, phone # (please mark if it is home or cell), & email address. Email info to Any questions, please don’t hesitate to call (335) 272-6302. Thank you!

Liturgists are still needed each Sunday to share God's word and announcements.  Imperfect people are needed and welcomed. The new sign-up sheet is on the wall next to the office.  

Join us for Worship Service or listen on your car radio (106.3 FM from the parking lot) beginning at 9:15 a.m. on Sunday.    We look forward to seeing you in masks and social distancing! The service will also be posted here on our website and on Facebook and Youtube. 

Bible Study is every Wednesday, 6:30-7 p.m.  If you need a book, please see Dr. Rev. John Henry, Jr.  Zoom ID# 788 4352 8597. You may also CALL IN at 1 301 715 8592.  We look forward to you joining us!

We have a lot to be thankful!  Find praise stories on our Praise and Pray page on the website.

Holmes Grove UMC Office is open Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Please knock on the door and we will happily greet you. You can also email us at or call (336) 272-6302. Thank you.

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The Outreach team is working with Moriah UMC on an initiative they are calling "Feed My Sheep."  THANK YOU to those who have been donating to the Blessing box! We still NEED pop top CANNED GOODS! We're looking for green beans, collard greens, blackeye and green peas, soups, tuna, canned meats, cereals, instant oatmeal and other nutritious items for the Blessing Box.  Toiletries are welcome, too. Please drop off items at the church on Tuesdays (10-2), or place them in the Blessing box. Toiletries on top and canned goods on the bottom. May God bless you for helping to feed those in need. Let's keep praying for 2022.

District Training webinar worth viewing: "Telling the Old Story in a New Way".  Here is handbook, too.

Anyone in need of prayer, have someone that is sick and shut in or in the hospital etc.? Please call the church office to leave a message on the answering machine at (336)272-6302.  Church Secretary Cindy is part-time, but she will check the messages and inform the pastor. Make sure you leave a call back number so that you can be reached.

A word of appreciation for all who faithfully contribute to benefit the church. May we always remain faithful in all areas of service.

Let's Celebrate JUNE Birthdays and Anniversaries!

Happy Birthday Blessings!

2 Darlene R. & David G. III

3 Diamond A.

4 Rhaheem M., Jr. & Elizabeth S. 

8 Stacy G. 

11 Anslyn W.

12 Monica A.1

6 Barry H., Jr.

19 Johnelle H.

24 Adrian W., Sr.

25 Penny B., Phyllis G. & Adrian W.

26 Barry H., Sr.

Happy Anniversary Blessings!

20 Mr. & Mrs. John H. 

26 Mr. & Mrs. James H.

Wedding Ceremony Stage

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Faith-based Retirement Resources

There are many Christian communities around the country, catering to older adults of different religious denominations. This guide has information about what Christian senior living is, how it differs from standard care and what to expect from different Christian senior communities. It also has advice on how to find the right Christian community for you and some of the financial resources available to help you as you age. Your Guide to Christian and Catholic Senior Living Your Guide to Christian and Catholic Senior Living (

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Home Remodeling Guide for Seniors with Disabilities

If you’re like the majority of American seniors, you want to live in your own home as you age. Aging in place is a more affordable option for most people and allows older adults to maintain their independence and stay engaged with the community. It also means you get to reside in a home you love, surrounded by happy memories. However, for most seniors, making home modifications is essential to staying safe and healthy. For more information and resources, go to the Home Remodeling Guide for Seniors With Disabilities.  From

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