WORSHIP TIMES: 10 AM and 5 PM.
This week's worship on YouTube.
10 am | In-person & Livestream Worship
Worship with a mix of creative, and age-inclusive elements in the Herndon UMC Sanctuary. There are worship tools, and Nursery available. Holy Communion is offered on the first Sunday of the month. The live stream can be found here and on YouTube.
Look for additional worship opportunities to come!
Our current series!
Let My People Go: Lent in Exodus
February 22 – April 9, 2023
In the season of Lent, we typically reflect on our sinful nature as we anticipate the death and resurrection of Jesus. But what if this isn’t the way God wants us to think about Lent? What if Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection were less about atonement of sin and more about freedom to live? This Lenten season, we’ll look at the story of Exodus, the first great story of freedom, so that we might better understand the freedom God gives all through Jesus. As we go on this journey, we will have a better understanding of the suffering of God, God’s people, and the triumph of freedom God has given to God’s people.
The next sermon series:
Notes from the Second Chair
April 23 – May 28, 2023
On many occasions, there is an expectation in churches that we’ll be led by our most visible people. But what does it look like to experience the love and guidance of God from behind the scenes? This Easter season, we’ll consider some of the “behind the scenes” characters of the Scriptures and how God uses their stories to create meaningful impact in the ongoing story of faith. In this space, we’ll have the chance to discover how God asks us to bring our stories and gifts, whether they are bold and out loud or more quiet and “behind the curtain”, and see how God brings life in every story.
Other Opportunities through Worship at Herndon UMC
Alleluia! Worship Easter at sunrise, at 10 am and in the evening. There are three different opportunities for worship. Learn more here.
Bring a chair and sit around the fire (outside, weather permitting) for this storytelling worship experience as we keep watch for Easter. A casual, invitational, worship experience that is appropriate for all ages.
There will be a “Service of Nails” for Good Friday worship. This is a powerful and intense worship experience, with intentional silence. Childcare options will be available for newborns to grade 6. Livestream will be available.
Explore Jesus’ path to the cross with all of your senses. All are welcome for this self-paced, devotional experience.
Raise a palm and sing Hosanna! Celebrate holy communion at both services.
There will be a Fellowship dinner of soup. salad, and bread at 6 pm followed by the Ash Wednesday worship service in Doe Fellowship Hall. Worship will begin around 6:45 pm and will also be live-streamed at youtube.com/herndonumc