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Announcements & Cancellations
Lay Servant Academy Classes Scheduled for March 28, 2020 have been cancelled due to the virus. They will be rescheduled when things settle.
Greenbrier District UMW Spring Meeting, April 4th, has been cancelled.
Lead Team Meeting for Monday, April 23rd has been cancelled!
- God’s MercyThis week’s featured book: Divine Friendship by Anthony Egan SJ Words of Hope During COVID-19 Max O. Vincent, author of Because of This I Rejoice, describes how praying a psalm at noon each day has given him an anchor during the uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today’s Reflection Through prayer, we enter […]
- Messy LivesThis week’s featured book: Divine Friendship by Anthony Egan SJ Words of Hope During COVID-19 Claire McKeever-Burgett, Associate Director of The Upper Room Academy for Spiritual Formation, tells how to create a family altar, a sacred space set aside for family worship. Today’s Reflection Today, Jesus reminds us that he wants a relationship […]
- RekindleThis week’s featured book: Divine Friendship by Anthony Egan SJ Words of Hope During COVID-19 Jacqui King of Discipleship Ministries invites us to spend time with God, pray for others, and check on people during the COVID pandemic. Today’s Reflection The great mystery of God becoming one of us is God’s way of […]
- United Methodists fight COVID-19 around the globeCommunicators for The United Methodist Church in Africa and the Philippines share what the church is doing in their regions to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.
- How a new law helps churches amid COVID-19Under the U.S. CARES Act, churches are eligible to apply for small business loans to keep staff on the payroll and utilities functioning. Here is how the program works.
- Chaplains comfort and share grief during COVID-19As infections and deaths from the coronavirus mount, chaplains are challenged to do their jobs in a world where physical contact is forbidden.
- COVID-19 challenges programs in North MacedoniaA United Methodist-run social center in North Macedonia that operates several food programs is struggling to find food, supplies and funds to pay for them.
- Prayers, donations help in aftermath of stormsMarch storms left behind lots of damage, but because of COVID-19, church leaders are urging safety first, cleanup later.
- Solar power improves care at United Methodist hospitalDoctors in Kabongo, Congo, had to perform surgeries and treat emergency patients by candlelight before a new solar panel station was installed.
- On West Coast, a glimmer of hopeUnited Methodists impacted by early coronavirus outbreaks hope the curve is flattening.
- Being the church at epicenter of US pandemicUnited Methodist leaders paint a sobering picture of the coronavirus impact on New York and New Jersey but also show the church is still at work.
- Mississippi church property dispute settledThe Mississippi Conference and a Louisville, Mississippi, congregation settled a 2-year lawsuit filed after most of the congregation voted to leave The United Methodist Church.
- Caldwell still on staff, preaching after guilty pleaFormer Houston megachurch pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell awaits sentencing but remains a lay preacher and staff member at Windsor Village United Methodist.