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Pastor Jan Yandell
Date: May 12, 2019
   May 2019   
This Week's Events


Change 4 Change
Bring in your donation for the Food Pantry and/or your coins for "Change for Change"
Adult Sunday School
8:30 AM
The adult class "Faithlink" meets in the Parlor.
B.U.G. (Bible User's Guide) meets in the Resource Room (Ed. Bldg.)
Youth Bells
9:15 AM to 9:55 AM
Youth, grades 6-12 are welcome to meet in the Bell Room (1st floor of Education Bldg.) under the direction of Carol Ford.
Adult Sunday School
10:00 AM
Koininea Class meets in the Parlor.
Children's Sunday School
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Children will be in the sanctuary until after children's moments, then will be dismissed for Sunday School.
Ready to Ring Ringers
11:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Children grades 1-5 are invited to join, along with adults who would like to learn to ring. Meet in the Bell Room (1st floor of Education Bldg.) under the direction of Carol Ford.
Special All Church Meeting
11:10 AM to 12:10 PM
An open forum to present what other churches are doing or have done, and to begin discussion of a statement that expresses how the Painesville United Methodist Church will be presented in the community.

It is important for you to know that this statement will not just be about our LGBTQAI+ family, but will be drafted as a universal statement about the church’s stance in welcoming people of all races, backgrounds, ages, cultures, theological stances, as well as sexuality.
Youth Group
11:15 AM to 1:00 PM
Bible Study begins at 11:15a followed by youth group until 1p. Includes light lunch and/or snacks.
Youth Work Mission Meeting
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM


1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Duel Recovery Anonymous
Location: Parsons Hall
Boy Scouts
6:45 PM to 8:45 PM
Location: Parsons Hall


Seekers of Light Bible Study
9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Location: 5902 Woodhill Dr. Painesville, OH 44077
Susanna Circle
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Devotions: Diane Ingels; Mission Moments: Judy Riczinger; Program: "Mission Possible" by Pastor Jan Yandell. Lunch: Rider's Inn
Evening Bible Study
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Meets in the Resource Room.
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Location: Parsons Hall


1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Meets in Parsons' Hall


Food Pantry
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Our Food Pantry is open to Painesville residents. Please bring a form of identification.
PM Stitchers
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Join us in the Education Building 1st floor "Big Room" as we sew, knit, and crochet items for local charities. We make lap robes, baby blankets, teddy bears, etc.
Yoga Class
12:10 PM to 12:55 PM
In Parsons' Hall. Bring your own mat, please.
Collins' Bell Choir
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Meet in the "Bell Choir Room" on the first floor of the education building.
We're always looking for new members.
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Location: Parsons Hall
The Schantz Organ

The Schantz Organ in the United Methodist Church of Painesville is a contemporary example of the centuries-old art of organ building, firmly rooted in the traditions of the past as interpreted through the perspective of the current generation of artisans. Each of the organ's 2,871 pipes organized into 50 ranks representing the different sounds of the organ.

The Edna Cope Quine Organ was dedicated in September of 1993, a given donation from her husband Mr. Kenneth Quine who made this all possible.

Great Organ ( 854 pipes )

16'  Violone
8'  Principal
8'  Violone
8'  Rohrflote
8'  Traversflote (bass from Rohr) 
4'  Octave
4'  Spitzflote 
2'  Super Octave
IV'  Mixture
16'  Dulzian
8' Trumpet
8'  Trompette en chamade 

Swell Organ ( 973 pipes )

16'  Bourdon
8'  Geigenprincipal
8'  Bourdon
8'  Salicional
8'  Voix celeste (G)
4'  Spitzprincipal
4'  Nachthorn
2 2/3'  Nasard
2'  Blockflote
1 3/5'  Tierce
IV'  Mixture
16' Contre Hautbois
8'  Trompette
8'  Hautbois
4'  Clarion
8'  (GT) Trompette en chamade    

Choir Organ  ( 720 pipes )

8'  Gemshorn
8'  Gedackt
8'  Dulzflote
8'  Unda Maris (TC)
4'  Principal
4'  Koppleflote
2'  Octave
1 1/3'  Quintflote
IV'   Scharf (draws 2' )
8'  Krummhorn 
8'  (GT) Trompette en chamade

Pedal Organ  ( 324 pipes )
32'   Resultant
16'   Principal
16'   (GT)  Violone
16'   Subbass
16'   (SW) Bourdon
8'   Octave
8'   Offenflote
8'   (SW) Bourdon
4'   Choralbass
4'   Offenflote
III'   Mixture
32'  Contre Posaune
16'  Posaune
16'  (SW) Contre Hautbois
8'  Posaune
4'  (SW) Hautbois
8'  (GT)  Trompette en chamade 
Great   16  4  Unison Off
Swell   16  4  Unison Off
Choir   16  4  Unison  Off
Swell to Great  16  8  4
Choir to Great  16  8  4
Swell to Choir  16  8  4
Great to Choir  16  8  4
Great to Pedal  8  4
Swell to Pedal  8  4
Choir to Pedal  8  4
General Specifications
Three manual and Pedal Drawknob Console
Manual keyboards with bone naturals, ebony sharps
Stop controls and pistons of rosewood.
Solid-State Computer Combination Action (99 Memory Levels)
Great, 6 thumb pistons
Swell, 6 thumb pistons
Choir, 6 thumb pistons
Pedal, 6 toe pistons
Generals, 10 thumb pistons, duplicated on toe pistons Set thumb piston 
Great to pedal, thumb and toe pistons
Swell to pedal, thumb and toe pistons
Choir to pedal, thumb and toe pistons
Full Organ I, thumb and toe pistons
Full Organ II, thumb and toe pistons
Zymbelstern, toe piston (added 1995)
Programmable Crescendo (4 settings)
Swell Expression Pedal
Choir Expression Pedal
MIDI Interface


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