Ways We Are Connecting During COVID-19
Weekly Worship via Zoom or Telephone
Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 17th
Connections Worship @ 9:00 am & 10:15 am
Sanctuary Worship @ 11:30 am
There are two things that remain constant during this pandemic: God and change. As we continue to navigate online worship, helping us all find faithful ways to connect with God and one another, we will try something slightly different this week.
There will be two opportunities for Connections Worship at 9:00 am and 10:15 am, and then at 11:30 am we will virtually gather in the sanctuary for worship.
Please sign up for the Connections Worship at 9:00 am or 10:15 am here: https://bit.ly/SaxUMCWorshipMay17.
Join Connections Worship via Zoom on Sunday at 9:00 am:
Join Connections Worship via Zoom on Sunday at 10:15 am:
Please sign up for Sanctuary Worship at 11:30 am here: https://bit.ly/SaxUMCWorshipMay17.
Join Sanctuary Worship via Zoom on Sunday at 11:30 am:
To access services by phone on Sunday, dial +1 646 558 8656, then use the Meeting ID below for the service you are connecting with.
Sunday at 9 am:
Meeting ID: 816 4626 6658
Sunday at 10:15 am:
Meeting ID: 821 4104 9662
Sunday at 11:30 am:
Meeting ID: 851 1428 4821
As always, you are welcome to share this opportunity with a friend or neighbor - all are welcome!
Post It Note Prayer Wall
Most of us are getting out into the community to walk or go grocery shopping. Many of us need an intentional way to connect with God and our community. It is our hope that this prayer wall, located on our new doors to the sanctuary (next to the daycare entrance), will be an inviting place for you to stop and connect without needing to touch anyone or anything.
The prayer wall is also a place to share joys and concerns with the community. Each day blank post-it notes and clean pens will be available for you. Take a few minutes to add your own prayers to the prayer wall, and then stop and pray for others.
We simply ask that you be mindful of others, limiting what you touch and keeping a safe social distance of 6 feet between one another.
We know prayer makes a difference and we are grateful for your participation as we weather this season of isolation and uncertainty in our lives.
Phone Call Challenge
We encourage you to call at least one person every day. Share your joys and concerns. Consider reading scripture or the daily Upper Room together and reflecting on it. Pray together. Offer to go get groceries or run an errand for someone who shouldn't be leaving the house. Be creative!
If you spend 10 minutes on the phone every day then in one week you will have spent as much time being intentionally connected to one another as you spend in worship on Sunday.
If you don't have the current directory on your phone or need a printed copy contact Laurie at email@example.com.