Simplify Your Life With a 2014 Program Calendar

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 23, 2013

Simplify Your Life With a 2014 Program Calendar

NASHVILLE: The 2014 Official United Methodist Program Calendar now available from United Methodist Communications offers the fastest and easiest way to keep church leaders on track with church business through a variety of convenient, durable, attractive options both for the office and on the go.

This year's calendar features Imagine No Malaria, a denominational initiative to eliminate deaths from malaria, a preventable disease that claims more than half a million lives every year.

The ever-popular Classic 11" x 8.5" horizontal calendar and Standard 8.5" x 11" vertical calendar include agency contacts/websites, information services, Revised Common Lectionary readings, liturgical colors, next year's events, special dates, a planning/resource guide, a three-year plan-ahead calendar, United Methodist giving program and space for notes.

The electronic calendar has software updates that transform your favorite calendar application such as Outlook, Google, Windows Live, Microsoft Works, Palm, Mac and others, into an official United Methodist calendar that can be synchronized to an iPhone or other handheld device.

Other design options include an 18" x 24" wall calendar, an 11" x 8.5" reproducible calendar, a desktop blotter calendar, a pocket calendar, and notebook calendar grids, all available at affordable prices.

To purchase a calendar, visit shop.umc.org/calendars or call 1-888-346-3862. If you order the electronic or classic calendar along with the purchase of a standard calendar, you will receive 25 percent off with this promo code: CAL1408DM.


Media Contact: Diane Degnan
ddegnan@umcom.org
(615) 742-5406 (office) (615) 483-1765 (cell)

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