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Current Announcements (Last Updated 07/12/2024 

Union Chapel Missionary Baptist Church
Sunday, July 14, 2024

 

CHURCHWIDE

Children’s Church

Children’s Church will be available today for children ages 5 to 11.  After the Altar Call Prayer, a sign will appear on the screens for parents to meet youth leaders in the foyer of the church.  Parents are asked to come to the basement immediately following the worship service to pick up children.  If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please contact Sis. Doris Taylor or Sis. Janika Crum.

MINISTRY MEETINGS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Missionary Ministry will NOT meet in July OR August
Contact: Mother Wilma Cooke: 256-998-3919

The Veterans’ Ministry Meeting  scheduled for JULY 15th has been CANCELLED.
 

The Deaconess Ministry will meet on Monday, July 15th  at 6:00 PM in room 17.
Very important meeting.  Please plan to attend.
For further information, you may contact Sis. Diana Douglas

Singles’ Ministry: The Union Chapel Singles’ Ministry will meet at 6 PM on July 22nd at UCMBC in the Fellowship Hall. We will discuss the "Kingdom Single" book by Tony Evans as we enjoy a light dinner. Please plan to come out and engage a heartfelt, uplifting discussion about the book with your brothers and sisters in Christ. If you do not have the book, you can purchase on Amazon. If you have any questions, please contact Min. Lisa Owens (256-418-8314) or
Sis. Calandra Terry (256-658-3946).

Union Chapel Junior Girl Scout Troop #664  

-is currently working to obtain their Bronze Award. In order to achieve this honor they must complete a Community Service Project: Please assist these young Scouts by donating any of the following items to be donated to Huntsville Hospital’s Women & Children’s Unit to help make the kids requiring services stay a little easier:
Matchbox games – Jumbo Markers/Coloring Books – Barbie Dolls – Stress Balls – Small Lego Sets – Any Bluey or Paw Patrol Items – Hot Wheel Cars.  Monetary Donations can be given as well.

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
CUB SCOUT PACK 7159            
UNION CHAPEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 

Cubmaster: Carl Johnson: (256) 701-5735

Assistant Cubmaster: Veronica Clay (256) 529-7415


We prepare kids K-5 for life with fun activities like camping, pinewood derby, fishing, day camp and much, much more. We meet the 1st and 3rd Sat. of each month at 100 Orange Drive, Huntsville, AL 35810.
We would love to have your child join OUR pack.

                                              

The Hearld     

Publication Date Change for The Herald will now become a quarterly publication, the next edition will print the 1st Sunday in October, highlighting July, August, and September.  Please continue to submit your articles to: 1newsletter24@gmail.com or you may call 256-424-2569 ( The Newsletter).  The deadline to submit articles/information is September 20, 2024.  All articles/information are subject to editing for clarity and grammatical corrections.  We reserve the right not to include all articles in the newsletter.

CONGRATULATIONS


To all our members celebrating anniversaries in the month of JULY

Bro. Michael and Sis. Deborah Williams, Sr. celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary on Saturday, July 6th.

"Completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. 
Make every effort to keep the unity of the spirit through the bond of peace."  Ephesians 4:2-3 (NIV)

JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS
 

Union Chapel Missionary Baptist Church (UCMBC) has immediate openings:

     1.  Director of Music (DOM), and a Staff Musician I

     2.  Full-time Daycare Worker (CDC)

     3.  Assistant Director - Child Devlopment Center (CDC)

Applications may be mailed to:

           Union Chapel Missionary Baptist Church
           ATTN: Human Resources
          
315 Winchester Road
          
Huntsville, AL 35811 or

dropped off in the Church Office weekdays between the hours of 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (same address as above); or uploaded by visiting the church’s website at www.unionchapel-hsv.org. 

     4.  Union Chapel Christian Academy Teachers

     5.  Full-time Custodian

***Please contact the church office for candidate requirements, full job description and other specifics.

Interested persons may apply in the Church Office weekdays between the hours of 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Also, you may visit our website at www.unionchapel-hsv.org to obtain an application and view the Job descriptions for the position.

ELECTION 2024 VOTER INFORMATION

Mark your calendars for November 5 and August 27, 2024. November 5th  is the date for the Presidential General Election.  August 27th  is the date for the Municipal Election for the City of Huntsville. Huntsville residents will vote for Mayor, City Council Member and Board of Education Member for Districts 1 and 5. To register to vote, update your registration, verify your registration and polling location, get absentee voting information, get polling location and maps, go to the following websites: madisoncountyvotes.com or alabamavotes.gov.

Remember Your Voice is Your Vote!

Did you know
 
     What Is A Poll Tax?

•    Poll taxes were fixed fees assessed upon eligible voters as a condition of casting a ballot.
•    Originally, poll taxes were government revenue-raising measures not directly linked to restricting voting rights.
•    Beginning during Reconstruction, the poll tax in the United States was used to prevent Black Americans from voting, especially in Southern states.
•    Ratified in 1964, the Twenty-fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution declared the poll tax unconstitutional in  federal elections.
•    In 1966 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the states could not levy a poll tax as a prerequisite for voting in state a

OLD RELIGIOUS MATERIALS

All over the world people are hungry for God’s Word. Steve Schmidt, Founder and Director of a local organization known as Love Packages works tirelessly to reduce the shortage.  As a part of an ongoing drive for the month of June, UCMBC and the Writing Your Life Ministry are asking you to donate Christian literature that can be provided to third world countries. The literature needed includes new and/or used Bibles (KJV, NKJV, NIV, ERV etc.), Sunday school books, copies of The Word for You Today and other devotionals.  Outdated materials and those with handwritten notes and highlighting are acceptable.  Remember that people around the world are hungry for God’s Word.  For more information and to watch the video visit https://lovepackages.org
 
ASK YOURSELF, “WHAT ARE YOU WASTING OR THROWING AWAY?". CONSIDER BRINGING WHAT YOU HAVE TO THE CHURCH.  YOU MAY DROP IT OFF IN THE MARKED DONATION BOX IN THE FELLOWSHIP HALL OR TAKE IT TO THE CHURCH OFFICE. WE WIL BE OVERJOYED TO RECEIVE WHAT YOU PROVIDE. 

REMEMBER, SOMEONE SOMEWHERE TODAY IS WAITING TO READ WHAT YOU WILL DONATE.

BLACK HISTORY IS AMERICAN HISTORY

Pioneering Olympic Medalist - Wilma Rudoph
Nicknamed "Skeeter" for her famous speed, Rudolph qualified for the 1956 Summer Olympic Games in Melbourne, Australia. The youngest member of the U.S. track and field team at age 16, she won a bronze medal in the 400-meter relay. After finishing high school, Rudolph enrolled at Tennessee State University, where she studied education. She also trained hard for the next Olympics.

Held in Rome, Italy, the 1960 Olympic Games were a golden time for Rudolph. After tying a world record with her time of 11.3 seconds in the 100-meter semifinals, she won the event with her wind-aided mark of 11.0 seconds in the final. Similarly, Rudolph broke the Olympic record in the 200-meter dash (23.2 seconds) in the heats before claiming another gold medal with her time of 24.0 seconds. She was also part of the U.S. team that established the world record in the 400-meter relay (44.4 seconds) before going on to win gold with a time of 44.5 seconds. As a result, Rudolph became the first American woman to win three gold medals in track and field at a single Olympic Games. The first-class sprinter instantly became one of the most popular athletes of the Rome Games as well as an international superstar, lauded around the world for her groundbreaking achievements.

Other Olympic Firsts -
•    In 1908, after winning the 4 x 400 meter relay, John Taylor became the first African American to win gold in the Olympics.
•    And in 1948, Alice Coachman became the first Black woman in the world to win an Olympic gold medal while competing in the high jump.
•    George Coleman Poage became the first Black person to earn a medal at the Olympic Games in 1904. He was a hurdler.

 
“Equal means getting the same thing, at the same time, and in the same place.”---Thurgood Marshall

Jesus is All the World To Me

 
1.    Jesus is all the world to me,
my life, my joy, my all;
he is my strength from day to day,
without him I would fall.
When I am sad, to him I go,
no other one can cheer me so;
when I am sad, he makes me glad,
he's my friend.

2.    Jesus is all the world to me,
My friend in trials sore;
I go to Him for blessings, and
He gives them o'er and o'er:
He sends the sunshine and the rain,
He sends the harvest's golden grain;
Sunshine and rain, harvest of grain,
He's my friend.
3.    Jesus is all the world to me,
And true to him I'll be;
Oh, how could I this friend deny,
When he's so true to me?
Following him I know I'm right,
He watches o'er me day and night;
Following him by day and night,
He's my friend.
4.    Jesus is all the world to me,
I want no better friend;
I trust him now, I'll trust him when
Life's fleeting days shall end:
Beautiful life with such a friend,
Beautiful life that has no end;
Eternal life, eternal joy,
He's my friend.

Online Calendar

Union Chapel Church: www.unionchapel-hsv.org/unionchapel/calendar 

Visit us on the web

Live Streaming Available

Live streaming is now available during our morning and noon worship services.   To access Union Chapel Live Stream visit church website or search on Facebook, Youtube, and Boxcast for Union Chapel MB Church page and streaming live services each Sunday at 9:00 AM and noon.  

Sunday Services

9:00 AM - Worship Service

9:00 AM - Unity Service

  • Each 5th Sunday, at 9:00 AM. Both Union Chapel locations will combine at the 315 Winchester Road location for 9:00 AM Worship.
  • There will not be a 12:00 PM service at the 100 Orange Drive location on 5th Sundays.

7:00 AM - Local TV Broadcast

  • MyTV

11:00 AM - Radio Broadcast

  • WEUP 1700 AM, 11:00 AM 11:30 AM

12:00 PM - Gospel Impact

  • Pastor Davis will be preaching at the 12:00 PM Gospel Impact Service (100 Orange Drive) each 1st Sunday
  • Except 5th Sundays (Combined service at main campus at 9:00 AM)


Prayer and Meditation

Word for You Today Morning Prayer/Meditation

  • Monday - Friday at 6:30 AM and Saturdays at 8:00 AM.
  • Connect by Phone: 1-605-313-4122
  • Passcode: 8193291#
  • Note: After dialing into the conference call, to reduce background noise, please
    • o Press the mute button on your phone or
    • o Press *6 to mute your phone

Midday Prayer/Meditation

  • Wednesday at Noon
  • Connect by Phone: 1-605-313-4122
  • Passcode: 8193291#
  • Note: After dialing into the conference call, to reduce background noise, please
    • o Press the mute button on your phone or
    • o Press *6 to mute your phone

Union Chapel Prayer Line

  • Monday - Friday from 7:00 PM - until. if you would like someone to pray with you.
  • Connect by Phone: 1-605-313-4122
  • Passcode: 8193291#
  • Note: After dialing into the conference call, to reduce background noise, please
    • o Press the mute button on your phone or
    • o Press *6 to mute your phone