Last Sunday


I hope that each of you had a wonderful Easter and felt the blessings of God all around you.  I look forward to gathering with each of you this Sunday.  Please make plans to be in class and enjoy the fellowship with the wonderful people who share the PACE Class journey with you.


This week’s newsletter is an abbreviated version since the class did not meet last Sunday.




PACE class members will serve lunch for School on Sunday on 4/22.  Sign ups will be forthcoming.

The next PACE Men’s Breakfast will be Thursday at 8:00 am, April 26, 2018 at Tony's, 909 W. Spring Creek, Plano. 


Perkins School of Theology will be offering classes open to the public during the spring term.  Contact Cathy Sweeney for details.



Ned LaRowe’s procedures went very well. He is now supposed to let his body rest. We have a visit with the doctor on April 13th. Please let the class know how much we appreciated the cards and prayers. We look forward to seeing everyone on April 8th. Blessings, Sally



We have an urgent need for more volunteers to serve on the Care Committee. Our class has grown, but not the Committee. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Vicki Smith at or call me at 
469-994-8000. If you have questions we can always talk at Sunday School.  More information was sent in a separate email regarding the functions and structure of the Care Committee. 


Morning Watch update – will be forwarded to the class by email later in the week.   


This coming Sunday




Be sure to be in class on Sunday to hear Greg Ellis present Adam Hamilton’s “Revival - Faith As Wesley Lived It" - Part #1.  This series will be presented over the next 6 weeks.  I am confident that each of us will be blessed to participate.  Many in the class were present at Highland Park UMC last month to hear Adam Hamilton.  His lessons are inspiring and will further your understanding of what is required of us to grow in our faith. 



Join a Committee!


A new Sunday School year begins at the beginning of September and some people are needed to step up and take a leadership position. All of the committees in the PACE class are working hard to make the Class vibrant with great programs and great fellowship. All members are strongly encouraged to be a part of one of the committees. Volunteers and those who can help when needed are especially needed for these committees: Care, Leadership, Greeters, and Program.  


General Information:

Wish to contact PACE class leadership?


Wish to view general PACE information?


Want to update PACE website?

Email Richard Etheridge:

Wish to join the PACE Facebook Group?

Email John Estill:

or Prissy Wisnewski:

Change address, telephone/cellphone, email information?

Email Pat Rankin: