In response to the: Bishop, CDC, President, Governor, County Judge, and Mayors’ recommendation to slow down the spread of COVID-19 we now can begin worshiping in-person as long as it is in safe ways and with modifications (our current plan).
We will continue to experiment with worship online and continuing other ministries in new ways. It may be bumpy at first, but together with Christ we can make it through.
If you are sick or someone in your household is sick: stay home, get well, and let us know so we can be praying for and with you.
Visit our Facebook page for Streaming on Sundays in November.
You do not need a Facebook account to access this, but without a Facebook account you may need to wait an hour for it to post. If a box appears and asks you to log in, just click “Not Now” (located at the bottom of the box) and the box will shrink.
Attendance: register your worship attendance here.
Tithes, Offerings, Donations: see Donations page for info.
Most of the hymn lyrics are available here, if not please Google (or use another search engine) to find the lyrics, so you can sing along:
United Methodist Hymnal: http://hymnary.org/hymnal/UMH
The Faith We Sing: http://hymnary.org/hymnal/FWS
OR both UMH & TFWS found at : http://www.hymnsite.com/
Sunday School: Sunday School classes resumed this Summer.
Grace & Peace caravan parade meets in our parking lot across from the Fellowship Hall at 1pm. (Next one: 1st Sunday of the November).
Youth: Wednesday Night Live returned on September 2nd. More details about youth ministry, here.
Nursery: resumed 6/14, additional procedures in place.
Soul Food: 1st Thursday lunch available in take-out only, RSVP to the office the Tuesday before.
Small Groups: there are many ways to connect remotely (Zoom, Skype, Google Hangouts, group text messages, group phone calls, etc. ) Please let us know if you need help utilizing these resources.
See our calendar for more updates.
Jesus: “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart [be courageous]! I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33)