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church & Covid

While the building is closed,

we are out being the church in the world.

In keeping with the Wesleyan rule, "Do No Harm," as well as with the recommendations of our Re-Entry Task Force and the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the UMC, we cannot in good conscience allow for activities to take place inside the church building. But we, like all institutions, families, and individuals, are learning to be nimble and adaptive, and are listening deeply for God's call to be connected to our faith, to each other, and to a hurting world in this time. Below you'll see some of the opportunities for worship, fellowship, service, and learning. No matter where you are in the world or in your spiritual journey, there is a place for you here! Contact Rev. James for any of the Zoom links or phone numbers.  

Tibetan Prayer Flags
Every Weekday

Join us for a 15-20-minute prayer call beginning at noon. You may share your concerns or simply listen and hold space.

Ray of Light

We offer a mix of live and recorded worship; join us at 10am for Zoom worship, or find recordings on our Home Page.

Mondays, Tuesdays, & Wednesdays

Zoom Bible study groups meet weekly; Choose from 10am or 7pm on Mondays); 7pm Tuesdays; or 8pm Wednesdays. 

Piano Keys

Our weekly Sing-In is a great opportunity to request favorite songs or hymns and meet over Zoom to sing along with our music director Justin.

Protest Signs
Racial Justice Work

Committed to anti-racism and dismantling white supremacy, we hold monthly Courageous Conversations via Zoom and also have small groups working on advocacy and education.

Bread Loaf
Food Distribution

We are neighbors helping neighbors. In this time of economic crisis, if you need emergency assistance or would like to help someone who needs a grocery delivery, let us know.

Bag of Groceries

For longer-term help with monthly groceries, the nonprofit Manna is a great resource. Manna currently serves neighbors from our parking lot two days a week.

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