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Due to the current health risks of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), in-church services and activities have been suspended. Please go to the contact page if you would like ministerial assistance or for worship service information.
Notice: No Sunday in-church services for August. Watch our Sunday Worship services on Facebook. Read more about it in the August newsletter.
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Check out the current newsletter. Previous editions can be viewed on the Newsletter page.
NORMAL Sunday Worship time: 9:30 a.m. Sept – June 9:00 a.m. mid-June – early Sept. *** Open-table Communion is offered the first Sunday each month
Sunday, August 2nd – 9:30a.m. on Facebook. Special Love Feast Liturgy for at-home communion. Click on the link to view the worship bulletin.
Go to the Worship page for more options and past worship services
Neighbors Helping Neighbors 5K – Sorry… This event will not be conducted this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch for details in 2021.
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The “Dismantling Racism: Pressing on to Freedom” initiative is a multi-level effort throughout the church to initiate a sustained and coordinated effort to dismantle racism and promote collective action to work toward racial justice. The church-wide effort kicked off on June 19, 2020, to coincide with Juneteenth, the commemoration of the end of slavery in the U.S. For more information, visit: UMC.org/EndRacism and Facebook.
“Words are great, words are important – but action is really important,” said Bishop Harvey. “Pick up your pen, pick up your voice, pick up your feet, and do something.”
There will also be a denominational virtual town hall event on July 1.
* * NEW & ONGOING MISSIONS & MINISTRIES * * *
Cards of Care Ministry — A new ministry for everyone — Due to the current lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we realized that many residents living in care facilities are not able to receive visitors. We are gathering cheerful greeting cards once a month and bringing them to local care facilities so the administrators or nursing staff can give one to a resident to help brighten their day when they may be feeling down or lonely.
Meals for Seniors/Shut-ins Ministry – Serving light meals to local senior citizens who live alone and letting them know that someone cares and is thinking of them. Read more …
Prayer Shawl Ministry program — Do you know anyone who may benefit from the calming spiritual grace of a warm shawl? The church has several shawls, hand made by our church members, that have been stitched with prayer and well-wishes for the recipient and then blessed during worship service. They are free for the giving. Contact Pastor Elizabeth to coordinate a time and place for pick-up. For more information on the spiritual comfort program, Prayer Shawl Ministry.
Go to the “Worship” page for options to viewing all of our Sunday broadcasts and worship bulletins.
Looking for a place to hold a meeting or family event gathering? Consider using our spaces. Visit Facilities and building use pages offering guidelines and fees.
Regularly scheduled Gatherings (suspended):
Bible Study – Currently reading “The Year of the Bible, Newly Revised: A Guide to Reading Scripture.” A self-timed reading with occasional meetings for discussions.
Evening Circle – beginning Nov. 2019: meetings during the winter months (Nov.-March) will be held at the church 1st Sunday of each month at approx. 11:00 a.m. – following the Coffee Social.
April- October: the group will meet the first Tuesday each month @ 6:30 p.m. – Contact Carolyn Jones for location (different host each month).
Afternoon Circle – 3rd Wed. each month @ 11:30 a.m. – Contact Carolyn Jones for location, carpooling available
Widow’s Fellowship – 1st Monday each month @ 12:00 noon – at the church. Contact: Ginny Barden (church# 353-4982)
Monthly Bean suppers – 4th Sat. of each month (except December) 5:00pm – 6:00pm – Traditional New England Bean supper served family style: Baked beans, kidney beans, hot dogs, ham, potato salad, coleslaw, rolls, brown bread and a slice of homemade pie for dessert!
Choir Rehearsal – Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. (with some exceptions) Sept. – June Contact: Deb Greim, Music Director.
Christmas Fair & Silent Auction – Nov. 9th – Thank you for making this year’s Fair a success!
2019 Run/Walk results have been posted! Thank you everyone!!
Moxie Days Festival