Cokesbury Announcements

November 3, 2017

United Methodist Men’s Breakfast

Join us Nov. 19th in Asbury Place at 8 am for breakfast. Brett Pielstick will be speaking and handing out information about the Pensacola Bay Bridge Replacement Project.


Tea Talk -We are inviting all of Cokesbury

Sunday, Nov. 19th, 3 pm all are welcome to join us as we hear Michelle Jones, Director of Refuge for Women, speak about human trafficking. Light refreshments will be available.


Chili for the Chiller Competition

Weds, Nov 29, 2017, 4pm to 6pm in Asbury Place, 20 teams will compete for the best Chili. $50 to enter your chili or $10 to taste and score the chilis. The funds raised will go directly to the new chiller needed for the north part of our building. Is your chili the best in Cokesbury? Here is your chance to prove it! Sign up in the Atrium before Nov. 19th. For more information contact Lisa & Norm Brozenick, (850) 499-7514, lkbroz@aol.com.


November Challenge – Tithing Our Whole Lives

It’s not too late to join us for the Tithe Your Whole Life November Challenge! You still have some time to pray about this opportunity and commit to testing God by giving a 10th of your time and gifts to God for the month of November. Bring a brown bag lunch and join us this Tuesday, November 7th at noon in the Atrium to learn more! We’ll meet each Tuesday at noon during the month of November to share ideas, and to support and encourage one another as we seek to tithe our income and tithe our time by taking 80 minutes each day to love God and neighbor. We also have a Facebook group for accountability and for those who cannot make the noon meetings. If you missed Pastor Ashley’s sermon with all the details, visit www.cokesburychurch.com to hear the whole challenge, and contact Pastor Ashley for more information, ashley@cokesburyumc.org or 476-5818.


Bags of Grace

Through Bags of Grace ministry, Cokesbury Church connects with those who are homeless in our community. Volunteers meet outside Loaves & Fishes Soup Kitchen under the I-110 overpass. Gallon-sized Ziploc bags are distributed containing food, toiletry, and clothing necessities. This month, we are collecting 1 gallon Ziploc bags to help prepare for distribution on November 18. Contact Owen Sharp at 432-2817 for more details, and bring your 1-gallon Ziploc bags to Room 622 by Friday, November 17.


November 8 – Salvation Army Fundraiser Dinner

Pulled pork BBQ sandwich, baked beans, coleslaw, 5pm, $6/person; $20/family of four. Sign up in the Atrium or call the church office to RSVP, dine in or take out.