Hunter Hynds Unit meets
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 3:51 pm
The Messenger, February 16, 2012
The Hunter Hynds Unit of United Methodist Women met in January at Stanley’s Chapel United Methodist Church, with 12 members present.
President Chris Cheatham called the meeting to order and asked for prayer concerns before leading in prayer.
The Purpose was recited in unison and Emily Haynes read the minutes, with Leanne Parnell providing the treasurer’s report.
Sandra McTurner presented the prayer calendar and read scripture from John1:29-34.
She used a meaningful poem as the basis of the prayer.
Mrs. Cheatham an-nounced a series of studies for 2012. Bradford United Methodist Church and
Medina United Methodist Church have already hosted gatherings and Dresden United Methodist Church will host a session March 17, with registration beginning at 9:30 a.m. and a noon meal provided.
Serena Blanton presented the Call to Prayer and Self-denial, using an interest center that focused on modern-day technology. She stressed the importance of using technology for the greater good to support, connect and advocate.
Participants included Becky Barnes, Mrs. McTurner, Mrs. Parnell and Mrs. Haynes.
Mrs. Cheatham asked for nominations for officers. Linda Winstead will be the group’s new vice president, with Mrs. Haynes serving as secretary.