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Monday - Friday, 2pm - 8pm
Saturday, 10am - 8pm
Sunday, 1pm - 8pm
Oct. 30 10am - 8pm
Oct. 31 10am - 6:30pm
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Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas in August.
Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida in early September.
Hurricane Maria moved through the Caribbean Islands and Puerto Rico.
Please join us in prayer for those affected in all these areas..
Monetary donations can be made directly to UMCOR Domestic Disaster Response, Advance #901670, at www.umcor.org
Wespath has offered the services of Optum, the Employee Assistance Provider (EAP) provider for HealthFlex. Optum has put together resources for natural disasters and makes them available to our Annual Conferences free of charge. You do not need to be covered by HealthFlex to use these services.
Optum is also offering a free emotional support help line for people impacted. This helpline will provide those affected access to specially trained mental health specialists. The company’s public toll-free help line number, 866-342-6892, will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for as long as needed. This service is free of charge and open to anyone in the impacted area: clergy, lay, spouses, retirees, church staff, and congregations.
Specially trained Optum mental health specialists help people manage their stress and anxiety so they can continue to address their everyday needs. Callers may also receive referrals to community resources to help them with specific concerns, including financial and legal matters.
View the Important Communications Alert on liveandworkwell.com or select the Crisis Support drop down tab. It will allow you to enter anonymously and will ask you for an access code. Click on “I don’t know my access code” and it will bring you to a Provider page. Choose the provider “Optum Behavioral Health Employee” and it will bring you to a page with a link at the top to “Crisis Support”. Click on the link and choose“Disaster Planning and Recovery”.
For coping and resiliency resources, select the Life & Work tab > Well-Being > Coping.
Our next Child and Youth Protection Policy (CYPP) training will begin soon!
The dates available for training will be on Sunday, August 27th or Thursday August 31st
Sunday, August 27th training begins immediately following the 11:00 Worship Service (lunch will be served) on the stage side of the Fellowship Hall.
Thursday, August 31st training begins at 6PM on the stage side of Fellowship Hall.
Training should last no longer than two hours.
This REQUIRED training is only for those adults that anticipate volunteering with any child or youth ministry within in Sanlando United Methodist Church (Sunday School, Youth, Children’s Church, Children’s Choir, etc.), and have not yet taken the class. This is for the safety not only of our Sanlando Children and Youth, but our volunteers as well.
Join us in August as Rev. Jonathan Tarman begins his new Sermon Series
Aug. 13 "Serving God is a Win-Win" Phil. 1:12-30
Aug. 20 "The Climb Down" Phil. 2:1-11
Aug. 27 "Turn Up the Lights" Phil. 2:12-18
Sept. 24 "It's About Who You Know" Phil. 3:10-21
Oct. 1 "We Can Depend on Him" Phil. 4:4-14
The Sanlando Christian Counseling Center is an outreach ministry of SUMC that has served Central Florida since 1998.
Kay Van Der Heyden, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, works with adults and teens and provides individual, couples, pre-marital, and marriage counseling.
SCCC is dedicated to helping people build healthier relationships, make positive changes, cope with transitions and restore hope in their lives.
Address: 1890 West State Road 434 Longwood, FL 32750
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