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During COVID-19: Each week while we practice social distancing, we will post a video worship service. For this Palm Sunday weekend of April 4th and 5th, Pastor Kim’s message focuses on Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane as told in Mark 14:32-36.
Also, instead of communion, which is not possible remotely, Pastor Kim guides us through the Methodist tradition of a Love Feast. Have some bread or crackers and some water or other beverage handy as well as a candle to light.
You can view this video at a worship time that works best for you and your family beginning Saturday afternoon by clicking on the arrow by the image above. You can then make it full screen by clicking on the icon next to “vimeo” with four arrows pointing out.
If you have problems with the video freezing to upload, click on vimeo and when the video comes up, click on “download” and choose SD 360p to have the entire video on your computer to play when you would like.
Offering: During the online service we do have an offering time with Suiong Wong playing piano (from an MP3 recorded safely at her home) while we show photos of the congregation. If you would like to give an offering, keep up on your pledge, or contribute to funds for those in need, you can 1) send a check made out to “NFUMC” to North Ferrisburgh UMC, PO Box 7, North Ferrisburgh, VT 05473, or 2) make an online donation using the page on this website for that, or 3) have your bank send funds to the church at the above address.
For those of you watching who are members of another congregation, we encourage you to continue your gifts to your church in similar ways.
Copyrights: We have a podcast license with ONE LICENSE #733098-A in order to project and use copyrighted music. The images are used through the permission of Marcia McFee and her Worship Design Studio and Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN. http:// diglib.library.vanderbilt.edu/act-imagelink.
During normal times: We are located about 1/4 mile off Rt 7 just East of the Mobil Station and Vermont Cookie Love at 227 Old Hollow Road. Turn East on Old Hollow Road from Rt 7, drive just a little ways and you will see our white church on the left.
As a reconciling Congregation, we affirm the sacred worth of every person. We celebrate human differences among us and welcome and celebrate people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions. We welcome and include in our church community anyone who seeks to follow Jesus Christ. We make no exceptions.
During COVID-19, we are avoiding in person gatherings. We are working on developing online Bible Studies. Stay tuned.
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