- Wearing a mask is now optional
- We have returned to our traditional Communion, normally on the first Sunday of the month
- The congregation and Choir have resumed singing
PLEASE SEE PASTOR DAVID IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS ABOUT THESE PROCEDURES.
If you haven't returned for in-person worship yet, there is still plenty of space to allow for social distancing. We will continue to stream the service via Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/679224800 with passcode 804.
Offering and Tithes
Please bring your offerings to our in-person worship, or mail your tithes and offerings to the church, or you can drop them off with Christina Monday - Friday from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm. Please see our Giving page for information on our new capability to support online giving.
We invite everyone to consider being a part of our Choir. REHEARSAL TIME - 9:30-9:55 before Worship and 11-11:40 following Worship. Please talk to Kim Chafee or Ruth Eiffert for more details.
Please join the Prayer Warriors on Mondays at 10 a.m. in the Sanctuary or online to share your concerns and praises. The Zoom link is https://zoom.us/j/557543762 and the passcode is 804.
Wednesday, November 29
Hanging of the greens - 9:30 AM
Friday, December 1
Game Night, Fellowship Hall - 4-8 PM
Sunday, December 3
First Sunday in Advent
Men's meeting, Fellowship Hall - 8 AM
Communion Service - 10 AM
Sponsoring Families for Thanksgiving & Christmas
We will be sponsoring families again for the holidays. We have received their information from the City of VB and we have 10 families with 22 children that we hope to provide food and merchandise gifts cards to for both holidays. To do this we need to raise $1550 on behalf of this mission. If you can assist in any way, you can either place a donation in the weekly offering plate or mail a check to the office. Mark any donations as "Holiday Baskets". PLEASE DO NOT BUY ACTUAL GIFT CARDS. THE CHURCH WILL PURCHASE THEM FOR THE FAMILIES AND CHILDREN.
Everyone is invited to participate in an Advent Study - Because of Bethlehem, Narrated by Max Lucado. This study will run the four Sundays of Advent starting December 3rd at 9 am in the Fellowship Classroom. Please join us!
Worship Zoom Link - www.zoom.us/j/679224800 Code 804
Sunday Worship, 10:00 a.m.
Bible Study Video Series
Please join us every Wednesday from 7-7:30 p.m. using the Worship link. We show a short video and have a general discussion about the message presented.
First Saturday of the month at 9:00 pm
Please join the Prayer Warriors online every Monday at 10 am to share your concerns and praises. The Zoom link is https://zoom.us/j/557543762 and the passcode is 804. Prayer Warriors have started meeting in person, but will also broadcast via Zoom.
United Methodist Men's Meeting
Once a month on the first Sunday at 8:00 a.m.
United Women in Faith Circle Meeting
The first Tuesday of every month:
Lois Lehman at 10:00 a.m.
Ada Mae Bookman at 7:00 p.m.
Women of Memorial Meeting
The second Saturday of the month at 10 am
We are asking for you to help with this fundraiser to help with the expenses of our new heat and A/C unit.
Open the Fundraiser Letter here.
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Your help is appreciated.
Women in Faith Need Volunteers
We need help setting up and serving the JCOC Dinner on Tuesday, May 16. Please see the signup sheet in the Narthex or contact Ruth Bonneville-Miller.
We are looking for Greeters
We are looking for greeters to help us, Welcome Worshipers, on Sunday. We are looking for Greeters in all age groups. If you are interested please let us know.
Please help us make the Sanctuary Bloom on Sundays
Worship in Memory or Honor of those you love. There is a Flower Calendar by the hallway bulletin board. Please let Christina know at least a week ahead to make sure we correctly announce who the flowers are in honor of.
The Food Closet is in need of the following items:
Helping people through the Food Closet is one of our most important ministries. Any funds left on the Altar Rail during Communion will be used for the Food Closet. In addition, you can mark any additional donations for the Food Closet and put them on the offering plate. Small boxes of cereal, oatmeal, and other small meal items are preferred if you want to donate items. We do not need canned vegetables. Please try and find items with low sugar and sodium so we can offer more healthy alternatives.
"Just 1 Mission"
The Missions and Benevolence Team needs:
Thank you for your contributions
We have been recognized by the City of Virginia Beach for helping those in need with our Pantry. Thank you to everyone who has donated to help keep it stocked. Any questions ask Bob Russell.
We are in need of the following items for the food pantry (no economy size please).
- Can meats: Tuna, spam, Chicken, Vienna sausages
- Can beans: Black, Kidney Beans
- Sauces: Tomato, Spaghetti
- Canned Vegetables: Green Beans, Corn, Carrots, Peas, Mix Veggies.
- Misc: Jelly, Chef Boyardee, Mac and Cheese, Canned Fruit, Ketchup, Mustards, Mayonnaises, Pasta, Instant mash potatoes, Rice
- Breakfast items: Pancake mix, Syrup, Cereal
- Baked Goods: Dry Milk/Evaporated Milk, Instant Jello, Instant pudding
Bringing an End to All City Homelessness
The B.E.A.C.H Closet is looking for household cleaning products.