THIS WEEK AT WUMC - SPECIAL EVENTS
In accordance with the request from the Bishop, we are canceling worship services beginning Sunday, March 15 until further notice.
In addition to cancelling our worship services, all church operations (and programs that use the building including KMO, ECMS, Respite, Scouts, AA, etc.) will be suspended starting Monday, March 16, until further notice.
If you're looking for ReCharge Wednesday, click here.
For information about our Special Studies, click here.
The following upcoming events have been cancelled:
Please check back here for updates as they become available.
- March 14 - United Methodist Men's Breakfast
- March 21 - Rise Against Hunger Event
- March 25 - Dr. Richard Freund Talk
- March 28 - UMW Service Project - Blood Drive
- March 29 - 5th Sunday Luncheon
- March 29 - UMW Tea with the Rumi Friendship Association
- April 11 - UMM Men's Breakfast
- ReCharge Wednesdays
- UMW Circle and Board Meetings
- UMM Book Club
- Bible Study Classes
Prayer Shawls are a wonderful gift our ministers can give to someone who is sick, lonely, or mourning the loss of a loved one. The hope is that the recipient will feel the warmth of God's loving arms wrapped around them when they wear the shawl and know they are not alone.
The Prayer Shawl Ministry will meet during on the second Wednesday each month from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The next meeting date will be conducted online on May 13th. All are welcome even if you can only come for part of the time. Let us know if you'd like to participate and we will send you an invite.
Everyone is invited – those who knit or crochet; beginners to experienced. Join us in the Den where we will knit/crochet and pray together. Yarn donations are welcome. Consider picking up a ball or two to help support this ministry.
For more information about our Prayer Shawl Ministry, click here.
Information for Laity from the General Conference Delegation
Members of the General Conference Delegation from Virginia have written a letter to the laity about the upcoming General Conference. To read the letter, click here.