Anona United Methodist Church

Anona United Methodist Church
Anona United Methodist Church is listed in the Churches Methodist category in Largo, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for Anona United Methodist Church which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Anona United Methodist Church on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 80.

Contact information for Anona United Methodist Church is:
13233 Indian Rocks Rd
Largo, FL 33774
(727) 595-2581

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Anona United Methodist Church has an overall ZapScore of 80. This means that Anona United Methodist Church has a higher ZapScore than 80% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Largo, Florida is 37 and in the Churches Methodist category is 50. Learn more about ZapScore

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Pastor Jack's sermon today, about the graduating class, applies to life in general. The scripture for today came from Ecclesiastes 2:22-24 "So what do people get in this life for all their hard work and anxiety? Their days of labor are filled with pain and grief; even at night their minds cannot rest. It is all meaningless. So I decided there is nothing better than to enjoy food and drink and to find satisfaction in work. Then I realized that these pleasures are from the hand of God." NLT The goal is not necessarily to find work we love, but to find love for our work. Every moment in life can be a conscious decision for a moment of joy. Happiness does not come from our occupations, our family members or our things but instead comes from the wellspring of our own soul. We need to find grace for the people, jobs and things in our life; loving them for what they are and not what we wish they were. We can choose to be the oasis, with the living water that comes from a personal relationship with Jesus, or we can choose to be the desert. God gave us the free will to choose to be the calm in the storm. We can be the person bringing the joy and not the person needing the joy.

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How can you help Hands of Healing by eating at Carrabba's? It's too easy, just visit 1 of the 3 participating locations, order and enjoy delicious food, but don't forget to identify yourself as a supporter of Hands of Healing (HOH)! Only good for 2 more days (5/15-18). Stop by 1 of these locations: St. Petersburg Carrabba's at 1951 4th Street; 3530 Tyrone Blvd; or the 2680 Gulf to Bay Carrabba's in Clearwater. HOH will receive 15% of the total bill - proceeds will be going toward the Guatemala Medical Mission Trip in September. Can't make it to Carrabba's but want to help? Stop by the Anona campus marketplace on May 21 to drop off your donations.

Happy Mother's Day! Today's message was about King Lemuel's mother from Proverbs 31. She was able to laugh at the future as she knew where she was going. Her faith in God changed everything. She could live the abundant life now as fear and anxiety no longer had any control over her. Come and check out Anona if you would like to learn how to stop letting fear and anxiety control your life.

Update: Spirit Night at Village Inn will not be meeting tonight or during the summer months. Spirit Night will resume the fun and food in September.

Pastor Jack's sermon today involved Esther 4:14 and the concept of "for such a time as this." Queen Esther was a Jew who was married to a Persian king that had proclaimed that all Jews should be killed. Queen Esther's cousin, Mordecai, suggested to her that even though life is fleeting, and she will eventually die, that perhaps she had been made queen at this particular time in order to have influence upon the king and prevent the Jews from being killed. Esther spoke to the king, put her own life at risk, and saved the Jewish people. At this time for us, what purpose may give our lives meaning in which we can serve God? Today's service honored Sharon Stephenson who served at the Anona Child Development Center for the past 19 years. She is retiring this month from her position as the director. She had such a time as this 19 years ago. At the time she only thought she was going to be a brief fill-in and didn't know that her service would touch the lives of so many families and children in those 19 years. Today, the Anona Child Development Center has a reputation of being one of the most excellent preschools. Thank you Sharon for your dedication and service to improving the lives of so many young people. And thank you for recognizing your "such a time as this." To learn more about the Anona Child Development Center, please go to