You are invited into this worship experience for the week of Sunday,
This message will take a different form and be a narrative message, describing the call of Saul to be king. In many senses, this story is a great allegory for what serving can be. When we are called to serve others, there are times where we may wonder about the fruitfulness of our service. What is the point of building a space or a relationship? This story teaches us that when we follow God’s call together, even to do something that seems to be as random as catching escaped donkeys, we are able to glimpse God’s handiwork in beautiful and life-changing ways.
Servant leadership does the unthinkable in a way that invites togetherness with others and the Holy Spirit to discover a God-oriented future.
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.
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.