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Emory Grove Celebrating BLACK HISTORY!

On Feb. 25th, Dressing in Our Sunday best!

ALWAYS WELCOME AT THE GROVE!

“Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.” ~Romans 15:7

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  • Donate to GAITHERSBURG HELP
  • SISTERS’ UNITED – Donating to: Avery House Women’s Center (Rockville), Interfaith Works Womens’ Centers (Rockville) and Progress Place Women’s Center (Silver Spring); Contact: Sis. D’Mitra Lofton (301) 979-2926 for items to donate and pick up.
  • THE MOTHER EMANUEL HOUSE – Located at 7801 Misty Court, Gaithersburg (just down the road from Emory Grove UMC and close to the Flower Hill Giant).  Check out the March/April 2021 edition of Bethesda Magazine, page 214.
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YOUTH IN THE NEWS!

You who are young, be happy while you are young, and let your heart give you joy in the days of your youth.  Follow the ways of your heart and whatever your eyes see, but know that for all these things God will bring you into judgment. ~Ecclesiastes 11:9

Highlighting Our Youth Every Month! Our Kids ARE doing Great Things! Contact Sis. Camilla Smith at [email protected] or leave a message at (301) 802-8270 to share our youth’s accomplishments!

Question: Let’s talk about bullying. Why do kids bully other kids? What advice do you have to someone being bullied or doing the bullying?”

Lionel Seh (12th Grade): Kids bully other kids to make them seem tough. If you are being bullied, try avoiding the bully.

Chance Davison (5th Grade): Kids bully other kids because they may have issues at home, or they have been bullied before. They bully kids so they aren’t the ones being bullied. If it keeps happening, tell an adult.

Gabe Clement (8th Grade):  I think kids bully other kids because it makes them feel good about themselves and to put people down. I suggest that they should talk to someone about it.

Aria Bell (5th Grade): Stand up for yourself !

Lex Arias (11th Grade): The advice I would give someone being bullied is to stand up for themselves.  You are loved. You matter. As far as the bully, I would tell him or her to go find something better to do that is more interesting and consider seeing a therapist.

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