Herndon UMC’s mission is to
Serve and share God’s Love in community.
Be a Neighbor
These challenging times offer us many opportunities to serve and share God’s Love with our neighbors. If you are looking for ways to offer assistance, there are opportunities here (to the right on desktop or below on mobile) and more opportunities listed on our Serve page. If you have another idea on how to serve or need some help choosing what’s right for you, please contact a staff member.
If you are in need of some help with errands like picking up medications or groceries, raking leaves, or if you would just like someone to talk to, please call or text:
The Closet of Greater Herndon is a wonderful place to shop. It supports the needs of community members, and it passes the profits back to the community. Learn more about how to support this organization.
Live the teachings of Jesus so that everyone may know God’s Love and grow in Spirit-filled relationships.
It’s a vision that is a life-long journey best traveled together. If you need help getting connected, check out what’s happening at Herndon UMC, get involved in a ministry or a mission project, or talk to a staff member. Our church family encourages, supports, and prays for one another, and everyone is family because God is Love. Period.
What’s happening in the Herndon UMC community.
All women are invited to join Reverend Deborah Clark as she leads an exploration of the scripture of Nehemiah. The retreat is FREE, but registration is required.
Here are some of the other ways that you can stay connected and share God’s love in community.
Attend Group Gatherings
We have Bible studies, small groups, and meetings happening outside and over Zoom.
If you’d like to schedule a Zoom meeting for your group, please e-mail Jen Score at email@example.com.
Connect on Social Media
Sign up for the e-News
Herndon UMC shares via email twice a week. On Tuesday, look for the weekly announcements. On Friday, learn more about worship on Sunday. There are also periodic Community Updates from Pastor Jonathan. Just go to bit.ly/HerndonEmails.
Through life, good times and bad, we are called to be a people of prayer. The Herndon UMC family is ready to pray with you. Learn more about sharing prayers with the Herndon UMC community on our Pray Together page.
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