You are invited into this worship experience for the week of Sunday,
There are many times where we look for advance notice about a “stewardship Sunday” so that we can stay home. Financial giving is the conversation every church needs to have but no church wants to have. And why is this? Generosity is treated as personal and private in many situations; yet in Christian community, generosity is meant to be a shared, sacrificial act. The story of the poor widow is a reminder that our giving in whatever form it takes is not meant to be an obligation or a show; it is meant to reflect a sacrificial love of God and neighbor.
As we “make the ask” for financial commitments in the church, we do so encouraging us to see this not as something we have to do, but something we get to do.
No matter where you worship from, you are encouraged to add your voice to prayers and songs and stand as you are able. There is a Bulletin to help you experience worship. It includes links and information to help you be connected at Herndon UMC along with the order of worship.
KIDS Age 3 – Grade 6 start Sunday mornings in Worship with their families, and are invited to join our adult leaders for their own hands-on Bible learning time after the Children’s Message.
As always, we want to stay connected and are a community of prayer. Glory sightings and prayer concerns may be shared by text, in the chat, through this online form, or at any time by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are new or looking to get more connected or learn more about Herndon UMC, please email email@example.com or complete this online form. You are welcome here and we would love to grow in a Spirit-filled relationship with you.
10 am Sunday | Worship in Doe Fellowship Hall
& Livestream on YouTube
In acknowledgement of the high transmission rate of COVID 19, this week we celebrate worship in Doe Fellowship Hall. Worship will have elements of both traditional and modern worship with music and a great message from Scott Bach-Hansen, Director of Congregational Care and Discipleship.
Everyone is asked to maintain social distancing. Masks are required inside the building regardless of vaccination status.
Prayers may be texted to 571-306-0540 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your donations make all that possible. Donations may be given online via Pushpay.com/g/herndonumc, through PayPal.me/herndonumc, through the Herndon UMC app, or maybe mailed to Herndon UMC at 701 Bennett Street, Herndon, VA 20170. If you would like pre-addressed envelopes, please contact email@example.com.