Naumburg Mennonite Church

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This Week

Women Of Warfare

Where: Church Fellowship Hall
When: Monday; 1:00 pm
Info: We meet each Monday in Room 103, next to the Pastors study.

Wednesday Evening Service(s)

Where: Naumburg Mennonite Church
When: Wednesday
Youth Bible Study at Jeremy and Sarah’s. Continuing discussion on spiritual gifts.

Sewing Circle

Where: Naumburg Mennonite Church
When: Thursday, May 18
Info: Cash Project is for International Emergency Relief for the earthquake ravaged region of Turkey through Samaritan's Purse. They have set up an Emergency Field Hospital there where the death toll is now 50,000. Devotions c/o Carla Roes. Please bring a sack lunch.

Beyond Borders Prayer Zoom

Where: Naumburg Mennonite Church
When: Thursday, May 18; 12-12:30 p.m.
Info: Dennis Weins, SAT 7, will be hosting a Zoom broadcast. The meeting will include how Information Technology is used in their mission to cross closed borders and how we can pray. Because of the nature of the information shared, this meeting is by invitation only. Contact Carlton Widrick (Naumburg Missions Council).

Youth Cookie Mission Impossible

Where: Meet and end at Dustin and Sherri Neddo’s
When: Friday
Info: You will be given a list of ingredients only; it’s up to your group to go out and get the right amount of each ingredient to make the best tasting cookies. Your cookies will be our snack. The Youth leaders will be the judges on which groups/ cookie was the best.
Music: Brooke Widrick Devotions: Connor Widrick

Jr. Youth Service Night

Where: Naumburg Mennonite Church
When: Friday; 7-9 pm
Info: We will be helping to finish spring cleaning and then play some games! Snack will be provided!

Bright Star Presented by Watertown Lyric Theater

Where: State Office Building in Watertown
When: May 19-20, 7 p.m.
Info: This bluegrass musical was written by Steve Martin and Eddie Brickell. It is based on a true story from the South and resonates with down home bluegrass sound, miracles, and redemption. Tickets can be purchased online at


Where: Church Fellowship Hall
When: Saturday; 7:00-8:00 am
Info: Come for a time of fellowship and prayer.


Sonlight Mission Chicken BBQ

Where: Naumburg Mennonite Church
When: Thursday, June 1, 4:30 p.m. until gone
Info: Take-out only. Complete meals or chicken halves. Come enjoy the best BBQ in the North Country by Scott Zehr and crew. Your donation will go totally toward meeting the ever-increasing needs of the people in Haiti.

51st annual Beaver Camp Auction

Where: Lewis County Fairgrounds
When: June 9-10
Info: Quilt donors: the deadline to have your quilt’s info included in the Auction booklet and marketing materials is May 20; please contact Lisa Zehr with any questions.
If you would like to host a dinner, event, or getaway, please contact Carla Roes.
To donate items for the bake sale, contact Karleen Zehr at (315) 519-1837. For all other questions or donations, visit, call the office, or email

Senior Fellowship

Where: N/A
When: Tuesday, June 13
Info: Plans are in place for a tour of the 1,000 Islands on Uncle Sam Boat Tour at 10:00 AM. Please contact Pam or Cathi to reserve. The 2 1/4-hour tour and lunch at a State Park is $35.00/person.

Zwanzigstein Fest (31st)

Where: Mennonite Heritage Farm
When: Saturday, July 8
Info: Theme is “Come Home to the Olde Farm.” More info at the AMHA post
“…the Lord your God will bless you in the land.” – Deut. 28:8b

Baptism Sunday

Where: Bob and Karen Roes’ pond
When: Sunday, July 16
Info: Baptism Sunday at Bob and Karen Roes’ pond after the morning service.

Multiply 2023 CMC Conference

Where: Naumburg Mennonite Church
When: July 28-30
Info: This is a time for pastors, leaders, laymen, youth, and children to gather for fellowship, teaching, enrichment, and mutual encouragement. You can play an important role during this time by providing lodging for the many Christian brothers and sisters who will be coming from afar. 27 homes were used for in-home lodging at last year's conference. Please consider how you can help out in this way. We will be reaching out in the future with more information and Host Registration forms. Thank you! ~Lodging & Hospitality Committee