"Thank You" to our beloved military members and our veterans!
Lillian Grace Ingram
Kenya Joe Ingram
“But if any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all generously and without reproach, and it will be given to him.” (James 1:5)
Dear God, we ask that you help our children to walk in your wisdom and grace. We pray for spiritual eyes and discernment in all things. Help them to be wise leaders and influencers in this generation, not conformed to the world, but transformed by your power. We ask that you would equip them with all that they need to make a difference for your purposes. Help them to live as salt and light in a dark world that so desperately needs to know your truth. We ask for your power to help them to walk continually in honesty and integrity. Build within them deep godliness, that they would be more concerned about their character than their reputation. We pray that they would seek to bring honor to You throughout their lives, that they would have a vision and heart for the world. Extend their boundaries and give them incredible influence with people and nations. Make their hearts and spirits open to every plan and purpose you have for them, and to be willing to boldly go wherever You call. Amen
We are a community-based organization focused on helping make the world around us a better, and happier place. We have an outreach program where we help local students with our Backpack Ministry. In association with many local churches in Albemarle and our surrounding area, we are blessed to be able to help with the Soul Food at Grace Place ministries. With the help of our tireless volunteers, we also sponsor trips for our Youth students. And for our youngsters, in the summer months we have our yearly Bible School.
If you have an interest and or ideas please let us know and you are always welcome to come be with us.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality.
If you like to sing, come join our choir. If you have talents that you feel led to share with a church, come share with us. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team!
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of our congregation and supporters like you.
With your loving tithes and offerings our church can continue through this very trying time. You have a few options as to how to donate:
WNCCUMC.org: A giving portal is now available through the conference to submit tithes and offerings to any United Methodist Church within the Western North Carolina to make a donation or submit your tithe to Stony Hill UMC, simply use the DONATE ONLINE HERE button below:
Complete the form on the link, with “Stony Hill UMC” as the church, pastor as “‘Kaye Fry”, the amount you wish to donate, and the bank account or card information for payment. It will also ask you to designate the church fund ( such as General Fund, Missions, etc. ) Once a month, the conference will remit the donations to the specified church, minus the 2.9% convenience fees (unless you choose to add the amount of the fees to your donation). The 2.9% Convenience fees are charged by the credit card companies. No fee is being charged by the Conference, and there are no additional fees or service costs for the churches. This is a free resource from the Conference to our churches. We thank you for your generosity and look forward to the day we can worship together in our sanctuary! If you have an immediate need the church can help with, please let us know!
STONY HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Pastor: Kaye Fry
Ministers: The Whole Congregation
28996 Stony Hill Rd. Albemarle, NC 28001
Church Phone: 704.982.7211
Dear Congregation of Stony Hill:
Our hope is that by not gathering in large groups we can change the course of Covid-19 virus and prevent more cases.
If these are typically the Sundays that you contribute your tithe to the church, you can mail your check to the church address at 28996 Stony Hill Road, Albemarle, NC 28001."
Even though we are not gathering for worship, our mission and ministries continue.
I will evaluate other opportunities that will allow us to worship together.
Please be in prayer for all who are impacted by this virus in ways that we may not yet even understand. I trust that God is with us and we can hold onto his words of comfort from Isaiah 41:10 "do not fear, for I am with you, do not be afraid, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my victorious right hand."
Please call and forward this to others so that we can make sure the word gets out to everyone.
Every Week at Stony Hill
Food Collection for March: Rice, mac n cheese, pasta, instant potatoes.
If you need to reach Pastor Kaye, please call or text her cell at 336-596-3667. You may also call the parsonage number 704-982-2605. Pastor Kaye’s email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you Facebook, send her a request.
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Our State and Nation, Community Schools, David Mills, Ophelia Riggins, Ophelia Blalock, Edith Matheney, Bryan Booth, Bryan Starnes, Carolyn Terry, Kenneth Stoker, Cameron Burleson, Tump Mills, Bonnie Russell, Francis Furr, Eliza Bray, Kay Bowers, Tracy Bowers, Rev. Lori Anne Bowen, Jared Morton, Jacob Kime, Holden Rimmer, Adam Palmer, Bobby Huneycutt, Bill Scholl, Bert Hale, The family of Henry Springer, The family of Elaine Crawley, The Family of Justin Burleson, The Family of Scotty Wilson, The Family of Susan Furr, The Family of Joe Aldridge
Shut-ins: Mary Ellen Aldridge, Ron & Loretta Allred, Gene Helms,
Gene Watkins, Zelma Johnson, Carolyn Terry, Kenneth Stoker.
***If you have a prayer concern that you would like added or deleted from the list, please call or email Pastor at the parsonage or church office.
Taking care of our neighbors makes for a stronger community. Looking out for one another ensures a safer and happier neighborhood. When we all do a little, we can do so much!