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Change your world—summer programs offered at SLUMCC


Jan Wilhelm Join Pastor Sarg Magyar and Rev. Noni


Porter at Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, 9248 East Riggs Road in Sun Lakes, for a summer program that guides individuals to take the next step in discipleship and become dynamic, engaged followers of Jesus Christ.


DATES: July 11, 18, 25 and August 1, 8 and 15


TIME: 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.


PLACE: Room 4 of the Education Building


This program is based on the book A


Disciple’s Path written by James A. Harnish. The study combines an understanding of our growth in God’s love and grace with the time-tested practices of spiritual discipline expressed in the membership vows


to uphold the Church with our


prayers, presence, gifts, service and witness. Participants will develop spiritual practices, discover their unique gifts and


become engaged in ministry that brings transformation in their own lives, the lives of others and the world. A part of a beautiful covenant prayer


goes like this: “I am no longer my own but yours. Put me to what you will, rank me with whom you will. Put me to doing, put me to suffering. Let me be employed for you or laid aside for you, exalted for you or brought low for you. Let me be full, let me be empty. Let me have all things, let me have nothing. I freely and wholeheartedly yield all things to your pleasure and disposal.” Pastor Sarg and Rev. Noni each have


their own gifts, and this is an opportunity to share in a team setting and see fi rst- hand how our gifts work together when seeking to bring the Spirit of Christ into our midst. All of Sun Lakes, SunBird and the Chandler communities are invited to this free educational program. This is a six- week commitment—not too bad during the hot months. We will have the A/C on, and cool drinks will be served! To register for this program, please call 480-895-8766. 


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previously written, we may not be able to continue after this coming season. Tickets have already been ordered for the Opera, Ballet and Coffee Classics. The price of the buses is going back to the original $20 per each round trip. We will also be having another season of theater performances and single events, but


this may well be our last season. Letters have already been sent to the membership, and if we do not get help in specifi c areas, I am sorry to say this will be our last season. I am going to take some time off, and


I hope to be back in September fi lling everyone with more useless


information. Have a healthy and happy summer. 


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GENERALS 25 The American Flag: Two centuries of Concord and Conflict


Jan Wilhelm The American Flag: Two Centuries


of Concord & Confl ict™ is a one-hour documentary (aired by PBS in 2007) of the untold stories about the history of the American fl ag. The fi lm is a co-production of Film Police (Chicago, IL) and Fog Kist of Santa Cruz, LLC (Santa Cruz, CA). Specially made for PBS national broadcast by fi lmmakers Phillip Koch and Sally Marschall, with rare archival footage, beautiful images of the actual historic fl ags and stirring music composed for the fi lm. The program features Revolutionary and Civil War reenactments, interviews with eminent historians and fl ag experts about the history of the American experience and the fl ag. The fi lm features interviews with fl ag


historians, Dr. Whitney Smith and Howard Michael Madaus, the nationally known expert on American culture Dr. Wayne Fields, and prominent Americans including well-known fi lmmakers Norman Lear and Harold Ramis. New facts, interpretations and insights about American fl ag history are revealed to the viewer by the world’s leading experts on historic fl ags. Flag stories include very rare revolutionary era battle fl ags, Early American fl ags, Custer fl ags,


exclusionary fl ags, Civil War fl ags, Lincoln fl ags, 1876 Centennial fl ags, WWII fl ags, President Kennedy’s assassination fl ags, 9/11 fl ags, and historical American quilts. Flag stories also include the origin of the


Pledge of Allegiance, Revolutionary War battle fl ag auction at Sotheby’s, the Flag as art and leading fl ag collectors including Ben Zaricor, Kit Hinrichs, and Louise Veninga. Photographed by fi lmmakers Phillip Koch and Sally Marschall at locations across the country including Chicago and Springfi eld, Illinois, St. Louis, Missouri, northern Wisconsin, Vincennes, Indiana, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, and Lassen Volcanic National Park in California, this is a defi nitive program about the untold history of the American Flag. Sun Lakes United Methodist Church,


9248 E. Riggs Road, invites you to come to their fourth program of their 2012 Tuesday Nights Together (TNT) on Tuesday, July 3, at 6:30 p.m. This program is one hour in length and will be shown in Room 4 of the church’s Multi-Purpose Education Building. The program is free and open to all of Sun Lakes, SunBird, Chandler and surrounding communities. If you have questions, please call the church offi ce at 480-895-8766.


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