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The First United Methodist Church, Smithville,Texas   

May 2019


Letter from Pastor Cindy

From My Heart to Yours,

Holy Week has come and gone and I must take the time to thank all the people who participated in any of the special services or the Easter Eggstavaganza. What an amazing week we had and it was made possible with the Holy Spirit's presence and power, a lot of planning, many volunteers, and of course, those who came. I don't think I can remember a more moving time in worship than at the Last Supper Drama and Holy Communion on Maundy Thursday, the Tenebrae Service of Darkness on Good Friday, the gloriously beautiful setting for worship for the Sunrise Service and then the Easter Service at 10:00am, that was filled with special music and the good news that Christ is risen, He is risen indeed. And added to all of that was the fun-filled hours of the Easter Eggstravaganza. Between 250 - 300 people enjoyed fun games with prizes, a bouncy house that was always full of laughing children, yummy hotdogs and sausage wraps with all the fixin's, and the Story of Jesus followed by an Easter Egg Hunt for way over 100 kids. We had 2,000 or more eggs so each child took home a basket full! The Lord Jesus was praised and honored in all that we said and did during Holy Week. To God be the glory!
Now we begin looking forward to the summer and how we will continue to love Jesus, serve others and offer God's grace to all. Vacation Bible School and movie nights are going to draw children and families to the church. Once they are here, then it is our responsibility to be welcoming and inviting. Who knows, someone might feel led to be a part of this loving community of faith. May the Lord bless all of us as we continue to be the United Methodist Church in the Smithville area. I count it pure joy to be your pastor.

In Christ our Lord,
Pastor Cindy

Director of Programs / Music Director



The First MOVIE NIGHT of the Summer!!!

Join your church family and friends for a fun evening with a great film geared for the whole family, popcorn, lemonade and ice creams.

Movie Night is the 4th Friday of every month during the summer and maybe into the fall if that works for everyone.

Movie night:  May 24, 2019, 6:30 PM in the Family Activity Center at FUMC

This months movie, McFarland, USA , is based in fact.  It is the story of an assistant football coach who finds potential for cross-county in a few students at his school.  The coach and his team overcome poverty and personal turmoil and get to the pinnacle of success.
Please join us.





If there is anyone I missed when sending out thank you notes for all your hard work at the Easter Egg-stravaganza, let me tell you now, “You are the best!”
Over 200 people felt the love of Christ and the movement of the Holy Spirit in the joy and love that was spread so freely around all who came to celebrate God’s love with us.  
 God bless you for your service!    




We have a new logo!

Using key phrases from our new vision statement, “We are imperfect people called to love Jesus and serve others as we offer God’s grace to all.” this new logo was created to be used in publications, on t-shirts, hats, visors and chambray shirts.  Ordering information will be coming soon.




Our Wesley Nurse
Sharlene Scheler RN BSN
Wesley Nurse
Cholesterol Management
What is cholesterol?
Cholesterol is a chemical compound that the body requires as a building block for cell membranes and for hormones like estrogen and testosterone. The
liver produces about 80% of the body's cholesterol and the rest comes from dietary sources like meat, poultry, eggs, fish, and dairy products. Foods derived from plants contain no cholesterol.
Cholesterol content in the bloodstream is regulated Cholesterol content in the bloodstream is regulated by the liver. After a meal, cholesterol in the
diet is absorbed from the small intestine and metabolized and stored in the liver. As the body requires cholesterol, it may be secreted by the liver.
When too much cholesterol is present in the body, it can build up in deposits called plaque along the inside walls of arteries, causing them to narrow.
What are the different types of cholesterol?
Cholesterol does not travel freely through the bloodstream. Instead, it is attached or carried by lipoproteins (lipo = fat) in the blood. There are three types of lipoproteins that are categorized based upon how much protein there is in relation to the amount of cholesterol.
Low-density lipoproteins (LDL) contain a higher ratio of cholesterol to protein and are thought of as the “bad” cholesterol. Elevated levels of LDL lipoprotein increase the risk of
heart disease, stroke, and peripheral artery disease, by helping form cholesterol plaque along the inside of artery walls. Over time, as plaque buildup (plaque deposits) increases, the artery narrows (atherosclerosis) and blood flow decreases. If the plaque ruptures, it can cause a blood clot to form that prevents any blood flow. This clot is the cause of a heart attack or myocardial infarction if the clot occurs in one of the coronary arteries in the heart.
High-density lipoproteins (
HDL) are made up of a higher level of protein and a lower level of cholesterol. These tend to be thought of as “good” cholesterol. The higher the HDL to LDL ratio, the better it is for the individual because such ratios can potentially be protective against heart disease, stroke, and peripheral artery disease.
Very low-density lipoproteins (VLDL) contain even less protein than LDL. VLDL like LDL has been associated with plaque deposits.

Triglycerides (a type of fat) may increase cholesterol-containing plaques if levels of LDL are high and HDL are low.
Total cholesterol score is the sum of
HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and 20% of triglycerides as determined by a blood test. A high score indicates an increased risk for developing cardiovascular disease and/or strokes.
Cholesterol Levels
What are LDL and HDL Cholesterol?
LDL cholesterol is called "bad" cholesterol, because elevated levels of LDL cholesterol are associated with an increased risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, and peripheral artery disease. LDL lipoprotein deposits cholesterol along the inside of artery walls, causing the formation of a hard, thick substance called cholesterol plaque.
HDL cholesterol is called the "good cholesterol" because HDL cholesterol particles prevent atherosclerosis by extracting cholesterol from the artery walls and disposing of them through the liver. Thus, high levels of LDL cholesterol and low levels of HDL cholesterol (high LDL/HDL ratios) are risk factors for atherosclerosis, while low levels of LDL cholesterol and high levels of HDL cholesterol (low LDL/HDL ratios) are desirable and protect against heart disease and stroke.

Read about lower cholesterol levels with diet and medication »
Why is high cholesterol dangerous?
cholesterol levels are one of the risk factors for heart disease, stroke, and peripheral artery disease. The mechanism involving cholesterol in all three diseases is the same; plaque buildup within arteries decreases blood flow affecting the function of the cells and organs that these blood vessels supply.
  • Atherosclerotic heart disease or narrowed coronary arteries in the heart can cause the symptoms of angina, when the heart muscle is not provided with enough oxygen to function.
  • Decreased blood supply to the brain may be due to narrowed small arteries in the brain or because the larger carotid arteries in the neck may become blocked. This can result in a transient ischemic attack (TIA) or stroke.
  • Peripheral artery disease describes gradual narrowing of the arteries that supply the legs. During exercise, if the legs do not get enough blood supply, they can develop pain, called claudication.
  • Other arteries in the body may also be affected by plaque buildup causing them to narrow, including the mesenteric arteries to the intestine and the renal arteries to the kidney.
Where does cholesterol come from?
The liver is responsible for managing the levels of LDL in the body. It manufactures and secretes LDL into the bloodstream. There are receptors on liver cells that can "monitor" and try to adjust the LDL levels. However, if there are fewer liver cells or if they do not function effectively, the LDL level may rise.

Diet and genetics both play a factor in a person's cholesterol levels. There may be a genetic predisposition for familial hypercholesterolemia (hyper=more = cholesterol + emia=blood) where the number of liver receptor cells is low and LDL levels rise causing the potential for atherosclerotic heart disease at a younger age.
In the diet, cholesterol comes from saturated
fats that are found in meats, eggs, and dairy products. Some vegetable oils made from coconut, palm, and cocoa are also high in saturated fats products. Excess intake can cause LDL levels in the blood to rise.


The Methodist Ladies went on a field trip to the Antique Rose Emporium in Brenham, Texas on April 12, 2019.  

The purpose of the trip was for pleasure, as well as business.  The group purchased three red roses for the Prayer Garden at FUMC in Smithville.  The roses are in memory of three long-time members; Virginia Erwin, Laura Gartman, and Mary Lou Zink.

The return trip included a stop at Royers in Round Top for their delicious pies.

Attending were Judy McAbee, Marilyn Hill, Heloise Long Castles, Neta Rose, Sandra Mohr, Kathleen Caso, Pastor Cindy Layton, Patti Herndon and Sugar Miller.

The next meeting of the Methodist Ladies will be May 16, 2019 at 2:00 pm.  The group will gather at "Royal Tomato" at 212 Main Street (Smithville) to meet the new owner and enjoy complimentary "Smoothies":  We will then continue on to the "Lumberyard Studio" to meet artist, Judy Paul.

Please note this is May 16th, not May 9th.  A change was made to accommodate Ms. Paul's schedule in Austin.



The Methodist Men

The Methodist Men met on Tuesday, April 16th, at the Smithville "Olde World Bakery".  Twenty men attended to eat and listen to a program about Respite, presented by Brenda Zimmerman.  This mission meets every Thursday between 10:00 and 2:00 at FUMC Family Activity Center to help those in our community who have dementia related diseases.  These volunteers help serve lunch and play games with them.  Respite is asking anyone who can help during this time, please contact them.  

Our next Methodist Mens Meeting will be Tuesday, July 16, 219.
Glynn Hill




Youth update from the Upper Room:
Our youth department started with a bang in April!!!  It went from no activity, to having a room full of around 20 plus youth and parents for a birthday party, to having 5 and 7 youth for our first 2 official youth group meetings in the Upper Room.  This may not sound like much, but when you consider we’re just getting started again, I couldn’t be happier with the results.
Youth involvement in the church:
Our youth have not only been going to youth group, but they’ve been actively involved in church activities.  In April, our youth were active by helping serve meals at times on Wednesday nights, reading scripture in Sunday services, and most recently by helping set up tents, putting out Easter eggs, and clean up and tear down after the Eggstravaganza.
Youth on the move:     
These young people have very active lives, and stay busy in school and in their extra-curricular activities, and April was no different.  We had young people involved in a major band competition, baseball and golf tournaments, and most recently a Regional track meet.  If you know of any specific activities, grades, competitions, or other involvement you’d like to have mentioned, please let me know, so we can recognize them.
A word from the Director of Youth Ministries:
I just wanted to personally thank everyone for the encouraging words, prayers, and support in getting the youth group of our church kick started again.  We may not be strong in numbers, but we’re started again.  One thing we are strong in is the message being given, and the time being invested in the lives of the young people that walk through those doors.  Young people are our future, and we need to invest in them.  Something to think about.  You don’t have to be GREAT to get started, but in order to be GREAT, you have to get started… 



Gordon Cyr, Director of Youth Ministries
(832) 859-2331 cell or office (512) 237-3325

Holy Week is a special time in the life of the church.  This year the men of the church made Maundy Thursday a time of introspection and delight.  Thirteen of FUMC’s finest put on disciple costumes and portrayed the followers of Jesus as they gathered in the upper room for their last Passover Seder together.  Each disciple said a few words about their relationship with the Lord and then were greeted by Jesus as they approached the table and sat.  Jesus spoke of his death and washed the disciples feet.  The confusion was evident in the faces of those around the table.  At the moment just after Jesus says, “Truly I tell you, one of you will betray me.” the disciples froze for just a second and there before us was  Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper.  It was a beautiful moment.  Thank you to Pastor Cindy and the disciples for this blessing.


Easter Egg-stravaganza a HUGE Success

                April 20, 2019 at 11:00 AM, First UMC Smithville opened its Easter Egg-stravaganza even as tent building was still going on.  People from the neighborhood and the town flowed into the field next to the education building for games, bouncing in the bouncy house and talking with the Wesley Nurse and members of the church about outreach at the church.  Members and friends of the church cooked hotdogs and sausage for wraps, served over 150 meals with dogs, wraps, chips and soft drinks and hid more than 2000 Easter eggs while Pastor Cindy Layton told over 100 excited children the Easter Story with wonderful expression.
“This is amazing!” was heard many times throughout the three hours of the event from both members and attendees.  All together it is estimated that at least 300 folks enjoyed time together meeting neighbors, seeing old friends and learning that God is at work in the church at 400 Olive Street, Smithville, Texas.
This event was the product of our being part of a Cohort Group set up by the Rio Texas Annual Conference.  Our Cohort Team spent time listening to the dreams and aspirations of other church teams and sharing our own dreams of ways to bring the love of Christ to our community.  Through our work together we were able to dream our dream, refine it and then make it happen in a big and wonderful way.  Our Cohort Team would like to thank the Annual Conference for this great opportunity and Karen Horan for her exceptional leadership.

Directory App Info


  • Last day for portraits will be this Sunday, May 5th, please see Norman Jones for more details.; Norman and Janet Jones,, H (512) 985-5741 C (512) 731-6050
Directory App
  • There is an Instant Church Directory feature where people in the Directory can access our Church Directory on a smartphone, tablet, or computer.  To use the Directory on a smartphone or tablet, download the “Instant Church Directory” app (there are versions for Android and Apple).  You use your email address and create a password

100th Birthday Celebration 

for our member,

Margarette Garrett

Friday, May 10th at Towers Nursing Home.

Please contact Kathy Burleson for more information

Texas Ramp Ministry Report

From: Glenn Ginder, TRP Team Leader
To keep the church informed about another one of their ministries - The Texas Ramp Project -

48’ ramp completed on April 8 for a man who was severely injured in a head on crash recently on #71.   The picture attached is of the completed ramp and the team, with Barry the injured man’s step father (team for this project: Gerald M, Brenda K, Glenn Ge, Tom and Judy B and Glenn Gi).  The project ended with Barry giving a generous donation to the church.


Methodist Missionaries Guest Speaker


May 8, 2019
6:15 PM - FAC

(Eat & Speak)

Michael Arteen


Serving At: Bethlehem Bible College (BBC)
Home Country: United States of America, North America
Michael Arteen is a missionary with the General Board of Global Ministries of The United Methodist Church serving as chaplain and director of spiritual life at Bethlehem Bible College (BBC) in Palestine/Israel. He was commissioned in May 2016.
Bethlehem Bible College, a mission partner of Global Ministries since the 1980s, provides training and support for the Palestinian Christian community in the Holy Land, a population facing discrimination and dispossession under the prevailing political and territorial system. The college chaplain addresses the spiritual and social needs of both students and the larger community. Michael also serves as pastoral assistant at a local non-denominational church.
Michael was born in Egypt into a Christian family. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Egypt before migrating as a young man to the United States, where he became a citizen.
In the US, he served as a pastoral assistant at the Arabic Church of Florida in Lake Mary and the Arabic Christian Church of Houston, Texas. Michael is working toward his master’s degree in leadership and ministry at BBC.
“I accepted the Lord as my Savior when I was 14 and knew that I was called for evangelism at an early age,” Michael recalls. “I had a great desire to share Jesus Christ with anyone who would listen.” In his youth, the church in Egypt experienced renewed persecution. “As an Egyptian Christian, I learned to rely fully on Jesus for everything. I learned that he alone is our shelter and place of refuge.”
“All our needs will be fulfilled in Jesus alone—there is no other source.”

Diabetic Bingo on Tuesday's from 2pm to 4pm, at the First United Methodist Church’s Family Activity Center.

The cost is FREE.

The winnings will be food, household needs like dish soap, laundry detergent. It is a come and go bingo. Come and join the fun. You do not need to be diabetic to play and win.

For questions call Sharlene Scheler RN Wesley Nurse at 210-259-3733 or email Look forward to seeing you and having fun.

Walk to Emmaus News

The May Gathering will be held on May 21, 2019 at 6:30 pm at the Gonzales UMC.

There is an Emmaus Mailbox in the Church office where you can put your name on a list for those interested in joining the reunion group.

De Colores! Terry Carmack

  Food Pantry:
  Needs volunteers on Wednesday mornings.  

Church Office:

Needs 1 volunteer each Wednesday from 10-12 to cover the phone during the weekly staff meeting.
Drivers Needed:
For rides to church and doctor appointments.  If you would be willing to serve Christ in this way, please call the church office at 512-237-3325.
Smithville Community Clinic:

We are always looking for volunteers to help out to do basic office/receptionist duties. Please contact Brianna Temby at (512) 237-0647.

New Hope Respite:
  Needs volunteers on Thursdays in the FAC.





WEDNESDAYS @ 9:30 am


Prayer is a sacred practice that works in ways we can’t even begin to comprehend. As Christians, we have faith in God’s plan, but can you explain the peace or comfort you experience in the midst of grief or trials? Do you ever need a moment in the middle of your busy-ness week to pause and recharge? Come to the chapel and quiet your heart. Prayer is personal. Prayer is powerful. You will find your life enriched as you pray. Suzanne and Neta meet each Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. In this season of Advent, you are invited to recommit and join them in this opportunity to pray and reflect. Come as you are, come when you can.

26 Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness; for we do not know how to pray as we ought, but that very Spirit intercedes with sighs too deep for words. 27 And God, who searches the heart, knows what is the mind of the Spirit, because the Spirit intercedes for the saints according to the will of God.  Romans 8:26-27 NRSV

New Hope Respite 

10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Thursdays

FUMC Family Activity Center
At New Hope Respite, we celebrate holidays to give our guests a fun time.  In April we celebrated Easter, the resurrection with helping to fill the eggs for the egg hunt, had a delicious ham dinner, festive table directions & sent our guests home with a candy treat.  This month we will be doing something similar for Memorial or as some say Decoration Day with red, white & blue in support of those who died in protection of our country.  There is another holiday that we will observe this month, which actually falls on Thursday May 2.  The theme for this holiday is “Love one another-Just like I love you”.  Any idea?  President Ronald Reagan designated the 1st Thursday of May as National Day of Prayer. Wherever you are on that day at approximately 12:15, please join us as this is our time for prayer, every Thursday.
This past week was the first organizational meeting for the Alzheimer’s Walk that is held in October.  In 2018, the New Hope Respite team raised the highest amount of funds for Alzheimer’s Texas.  We have been asked to keep the congregation abreast of the activities and progress  and have an all-in-one FUMCS/New Hope Respite team to make it even better & bigger in 2019.  All funds raised at these walks stay here in Central Texas to assist with education, respite care and needs of our local people.  Consider being part of the walk.  If you are unable to walk, please consider making a donation.  Information regarding making a donation, so that our team gets credit will come at a later time.
The awards banquet for the “5 Who Care   for 2019 Award” was held Tuesday evening at The Library on the Lake in Austin.  Myself, Rob Robinson, my husband Ellwood, my assistant Nancy Brady, Janet Jones and Pastor Cindy attended.  This is the 31st year for this award.  There were 5 youth and 5 adults chosen, the youngest being 11 and the oldest 70+.  It was a simple but impressive affair. At the conclusion of the affair, I was approached by Bobby Jenkins who is President of ABC Home & Professional Services and also a sponsor of the award.  He thanked us for the wonderful things we/you   are doing for our community and then shared with me that he is on the Board of Directors of Alzheimer’s Texas.
We still need YOU.  To grow, we need MORE volunteers which could be either you or maybe a friend of yours.  PLEASE come to visit and see what we do.  Talk to your friends about the program.  Our numbers go up and down.  We currently have 2 in nursing facilities but hope they will be back with us.  When someone signs up their loved one, they agree to bring them on a regular basis as it is impossible to have proper help otherwise.  I recently had to make a judgment & place a guest on a waiting list because he had only attended once in six weeks as it is unfair to those waiting for a spot.  We filled that spot this week with a new lady from La Grange.  COME SEE US…HELP US GROW…Keep US IN YOUR PRAYERS.

Birthdays & Anniversaries

  • Kara Sparks, May 2nd
  • Ken Harris, May 7th
  • Lynn Dale, May 8th
  • Margarette Garrett, May 10th - 100th Birthday
  • Lena Morrell, May 10th
  • Cynthia Evans, May 15th
  • Marcia McClure, May 15th
  • Teresa Carmack, May 16th
  • Lisa Schneider, May 17th
  • Jill Lube, May 19th
  • Carolyn Lury, May 23rd
  • Karin Dehmer, May 29th

Paul & Molly Todd
May 14th

Robert & Gina Hightower
May 20th

Tom & Judy Bettes
May 24th

Gerald & Trisha Menasco
May 27th


Sunday, May 5, 2019
  • Acts 9:1-6 (7-20)
  • Psalm 30 (UMH 762)
  • Rev. 1:4-8
  • John 20:19-31
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Mother's Day
  • Acts 9:36-43
  • Psalm 23 (UMH 754)
  • Rev. 7:9-17
  • John 10:22-30
Sunday, May 19, 2019
  • Acts 11:1-18
  • Psalm 148 (UMH 861)
  • Rev. 21:1-6
  • John 13:31-35
Sunday, May 26, 2019
  • Acts 16:9-15
  • Psalm 67 (UMH 791)
  • Rev. 21:10, 22-22:5
  • John 14:13-29
Thursday, May 30, 2019
  • Acts 1:1-11
  • Psalm 47 (UMH 781)
  • Ephesians 1:15-23
  • Luke 24:44-53

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April 23, 2019
Council Members Present:
Becky Brooks
Ronnie Lanier
Judy McAbee
Trisha Menasco
David Mohr
T. K. Orsak
Julie Smith
Non-Council Members Present:
Courtney August

  1. Julie Smith called the meeting to order and offered the opening prayer. 
  1. Treasurer’s Report – Courtney August presented the Treasurer’s Report, a copy of which is attached hereto and made a part of these minutes.  She presented available funds in General Funds and Gifts & Memorials.  There being no questions, Becky Brooks made a motion to accept the report, seconded by Judy McAbee.  Motion passed.  In the future, this report should be approved online once Courtney sends it out by clicking ‘REPLY ALL’ with ‘Approved’ or ‘Disapprove’ for discussion at the meeting.
  1. Approval of Expenditures in Excess of $500 – David Mohr made a motion to table this item until someone from the Trustees or Foundation Board could bring us more information.  Becky Brooks seconded.  Motion passed.  Julie Smith will ask the Trustees to prepare an itemized list of items already completed at Chel’s Place and those items needing to be done for our next meeting.
  1. New Business – None.
  1. Trustee’s Report – No report.
  1. SPRC Report - Judy McAbee let the board know there was nothing to report at this time.
  1. Pastor’s Report – No report.
  1. Old Business – None.
Next meeting will be Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
Meeting was adjourned at 6:50PM. Becky Brooks offered the closing prayer. 
Minutes taken and recorded by Becky Brooks.
FUMC's Calendar
Upcoming  Calendar events:

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Methodist Missionaries Guest Speakers  - Eat and Speak 6:15

Sunday May 12, 2019
Mother's Day

Thursday, May 16, 2019
Methodist Ladies 2:00

Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Emmaus 6:30 - Gonzales UMC

Friday, May 24, 2019
Movie Night 6:30 - FAC

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Administration Council Meeting 6:30
  • Brenda Knode
  • Buddy Wilson & Family
  • Buddy Turner- Friend of Kathleen Caso - Clock
  • Terri Harris
  • Patricia - Sister of Suzanne Hinnant
  • Trilla Pace – Sister of Stella Pease
  • Nikki Gilmore’s Family
  • Becky Ogden
  • Cynthia Evans
  • Ann Isaac - Friend of Penny Ackerman
  • Chad Carroll - Friend of Heath & Cynthia Evans
  • Preston & Ellie Kyle - Robin Barton’s friends      
  • Hattie Campion - Friend of Jean Lastovica
  • Ted Krueger
  • Ken Harris
  • Leticia Walborg - MaryAnn Walborg’s daughter-in-law
Newsletter Submissions
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Your Church Staff

Rev. Cynthia Layton
Patti Herndon, Director of Programs
Sandra Mohr, Secretary
Courtney August, Treasurer
Gordon Cyr, Director of Youth Ministries

Phone: (512) 237-3325
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