Save the date for the UMW Luncheon on Saturday, April 20th at noon in the Sanford-Davis Room. Kim Kracman plans “to give an overview of the ministry of Turning Point UMC as a special mission church of the NJ Conference, and then to focus a bit on Turning Point’s children’s ministry. I’ll talk about our plans for a “Godly Play” classroom (a Montessori-based format for spiritual formation for children — a group from PUMC is already planning to help with the furnishing of the classroom) and about the after school program that Turning Point hosts in partnership with a Christian non-profit called Urban Promise Trenton that is a spin-off of an original Urban Promise program started 25 years ago in Camden by Tony Campolo. I have asked two people from a church that is very involved as volunteers with UP Trenton to come and talk about that program and their own experience with it.” Ms. Kracman is an affiliate member at Turning Point. co-chair of the Christian Formation Committee) and a board member of Urban Promise Trenton.