Civic & Non-Profit Groups

Building Bright Futures of Montgomery
(formerly Success By Six)
Allison Hoadley
933-5294
fgibbfnortheast@gmail.com

Covered Bridges Snowmobile Club
Arnold Mercy, President
Meets 4th Thursday of the month, September-April at Snowshoe Cafe & Pub, Montgomery Center.

Covered Bridges Garden Club
Marsha Phillips, President
Meets monthly, normally at the Public Saftey Building Conference Room (see Community Events Page)

Green Mountain Club – Northern Frontier Section
Jane Williams – President

Hazen’s Notch Association
Rolf Anderson, President

Montgomery Area Community Alliance
Sarita Khan – President
Meets last Wednesday of the month at 5:30 at a Main St. Restaurant
All Welcome

Montgomery Girls & Boys Little League
Stephanie Machia

Montgomery Historical Society
Scott Perry, Chairman, Board of Directors
Board meets third Wednesday of the month at 5:30, Pratt Hall or Public Safety Building Conference Room.

Montgomery Mountain Biking / Grateful Treads
Chris Young, President
Aperiodic meetings normally at First Trax, Montgomery Center.

Montgomery Parent Teacher Community Organization (PTCO)
Annie Purrier

Montgomery Town Association
Darren Drevik, Chairman
Meets second Wednesday of the month at 5pm.
May through October: Old Baptist Church Building.
November to April: Public Safety Building.

Montgomery Quilting Circle 
Sue Peters, President
Meets last Thursday of the month at 12:30 p.m. at the various venues.

Red Hat Society
Betty Moquin

Wild and Scenic River Study Group
Shawna Deeds, Study Coordinator
Todd Lantery and Kieth Sampietro Montgomery Reps
Meets 3rd Thursday of the Month (see web site)

St. Isidores Church (Catholic)
Church Service 9:30 a.m. Sundays
Holy Hour & Confession 5:00 p.m. Thursdays
Mass 6:00 p.m. Thursdays
Pastor Rev. Karl A, Hahr, 848-7741
152 Main Street
Ricford, VT 05476

Montgomery United Methodist Church, Inc.
20 Fuller Bridge Road.

Services 9:00 a.m. Sunday (except 1st Sunday of the month—8:45am), with coffee hour following the service downstairs.

E-mail:   Hovermann4@comcast.net
Phone:  802-893-3047
Cell:  802-922-3274

Vermont District of UMC:
vmtdistrict@neumc.org

Pastor: Bonnie Hovermann
Greeter:  Adam Arcoleo
Organist:  Patrick Evans
Lector: Lyndol Elkins

CALENDAR AND ANNOUNCEMENTS:

  • We have decided to continue our Lenten Study at Home. Please read the designated chapters each week. If you have comments, you can email everyone in our study group.
  • Sunday, March 29th at 9:00 the service will be on Zoom for those who want to join into the service

PRAYER LIST: Patrick Evans and family, Frank and John Cluba, Lauri Demore, Light family, Robitaille family, Lydia, Susie, Hogan family, Roberta Martin, Sheri Joyal, Mary, Howard King, Pat Clark, Raymond Parent, Garth Corse, Harry Tibbits, Michael Abramowitz, Larry Stowe, Lyman Lawyer, Stella, Zina, Maureen Patterson, Lorraine St Onge, Marilyn Johnson, Rhonda and Morris St Cyr, Cordy, Carrie Spenser, Gary Wetherbee, Raymond Bouffard, Nord, Pastor Bonnie and her mom Dorothy. Pray for an answer and a cure for the Coronavirus, healing for the people infected and keep the rest of us safe from developing it, pray for a united country, peace and safety for the world, a United Methodist Church and the growth of our church and the reaching out to the community. In so doing, let us pray for “Salvation” for those who do not yet know Jesus and pray for our families and friends who have not yet made that decision.

Questions to ponder: Samuel is told that God does not look upon outward appearances, but looks upon the heat. Then God chooses David, the youngest son of Jessie, to be Isreal’s next king. We know that as he grew and as life became very challenging, King David’s heart was not pure. He was a mixture of great courage and faithfulness – and great sin and failure. What do you suppose God saw and loved in David’s heart? What do you think God loves when God looks upon your own heart?

Next Week’s Scriptures: Exodus 17: 1-7, Romans 5: 1-11 and John 4: 5-42

Our Mission Statement: As a family united in Christ’s Love, we serve, through our belief in the Holy Trinity, and  follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, both in community and beyond.