blood drive
BUMC Blood Drive 
Sunday, May 28
 
Our next blood drive will be held on Sunday, May 28 from 8:30am - noon in Room 101 of the Adult Building. We need your help to reach our goal of 200 blood units for the year, so if you are medically able, please take a few moments to give the Gift of Life by donating blood. Thank you for your generosity!
our journey with the holy spirit
Our Journey with the Holy Spirit: a Contemplative Worship Service 
Wednesday, May 31
 
Save the date: Wednesday, May 31 at 6:00pm in the Sanctuary. As our 40-day focused journey with the Holy Spirit draws to a close and we prepare for the celebration that is Pentecost, we will gather to remember the journey in scripture, prayer, and song. Plan now for this quiet worship experience that will guide us into the next season of our church year.
neighborhood basketball tournament
Volunteers Needed for Neighborhood Basketball Tournament 
Saturday, June 3
 
Our annual neighborhood basketball tournament is Saturday, June 3 from 11:00am until the championship game which should end by 6:00 p.m. We need volunteers to help with scoring and with concessions. This is a great way to be in ministry to our neighborhood! Contact Eddie Manes at 924-6269 or emanes@broadmoormethodist.org to get involved. 
Youth Week 2017
Youth Week Is Coming! 
June 4-8
 
All 6th - 12th graders are invited to attend. Sunday13th Gate Escape Room & Beignets, $35, 4:30 - 8:30pm (limited spots available!)MondaySardines, $0, 6:00 - 8:00pmTuesdaySouthern Oaks Pool Party (meet there) $5, 6:00 - 8:00pmWednesdayMission & Play at Forest Park, $0, 6:00 - 8:00pm (meet there)ThursdayPaint Night, $5, 6:00 - 8:00pm. Cost: $50 for the whole week (includes a t-shirt) or you can pay for individual events at the listed price. Contact: Donna Shaler, 747-9013 or youth@broadmoormethodist.org
[the in-between]
Sundays at 10:00am   
 
You are invited Sundays from 10:00 - 10:30am for a special time of fellowship between worship services.
  • This Sunday: Lemonade & Popcorn. Pop on over for fun and fellowship.
  • Next Sunday: Memorial Day. Remember those who gave their all with patriotic music and red, white, and blue treats.
Interfaith Federation
Interfaith Federation Sounds of CommUNITY Concert
Sunday, May 21 
 
Enjoy a free concert featuring songs from the interfaith community as well as music performed by ensembles of musicians from two congregations (black and white) who are in partnerships through the Interfaith Federation's Congregation-to-Congregation Initiative. The concert will be held at St. Aloysius Catholic Church (2025 Stuart Ave) at 3:00pm this Sunday, May 21.
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United Methodist Women
Tuesday, May 23 
 
 
All ladies are invited to attend a circle meeting of your choice on Tuesday, May 23. We have four morning meetings and one night meeting from which to choose. A nursery is provided at the church upon request by calling Beverly Hammond at 928-2047. Morning Meetings - 9:30am: Charity Circle - Adult Building Room 101; Hope Circle - Adult Building Room 102; Grace Circle - Adult Building Room 105; Joy Circle - La Contea Restaurant (contact Jane Cope at 752-6432 for details); Evening Meeting - 7:00pm: Faith Circle - Home of Joanne Cowgill (13657 S. Fairview Ave, 928-7413).
hope
Hope Group 
Thursday, May 25
 
Hope Group for widows will meet Thursday, May 25 at 1:00pm in the Connection Café. All widows are welcome, whether the loss of your loved one has been recent or you have worked through the many issues of the grieving process. Contact: Lynn Golda, 291-1474 or Liz Walker, 275-4155.
Women Making a Difference
Women Making a Difference 
Saturday, May 27
 
Join us on Saturday, May 27 from 9:00am - noon in Room 101 of the Adult Building. One of our ongoing projects is crocheting mats for the homeless made from plastic grocery bags. If you can cut bags, string them together or crochet, we have a place for you. Another project is coloring cards to send to shut-ins and those who are ill. A new project is coloring beautiful bookmarks to take to those in assisted living or nursing homes who love to read. We have "fiddle quilt" kits ready to sew at the meeting or take home, and we have the pattern to knit "fiddle muffs". These muffs fit on the arm, and along with the lap quilts, are used by dementia and Alzheimer's patients to reduce tension and promote calmness. Fun, food and fellowship available that morning - along with coffee. Invite a friend and come be a part of this ministry! Sponsored by UMW.
FREEcycle
Broadmoor FREEcycle
need items lost in the flood?
 
Flood survivors, as you move back into your homes you may realize there are things you need. The Broadmoor FreeCycle page is a place where Broadmoor United Methodist members affected by the flood can post about items they need and be helped by those that stayed dry. Don't be shy about asking for help! Do you need a couch, a bed, an ironing board? Ask for it! There are several people that want to help, but not sure where to begin. If you have an item to provide, please post about it with a photo. The beauty of this page is that you can communicate directly with the person in need and set up a drop-off or pick-up time with them. Search for Broadmoor FreeCycle on Facebook to get started! 
devotional
Weekly Scripture Focus & Reflection
delivered to your inbox
 
Would you like to receive an email each week with a scripture focus and corresponding reflection questions based on Sunday's sermon? For more information, contact Rev. Shannon Sandifer at 924-6269. Sign up today at www.broadmoormethodist.org/scripture