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There is a place for everyone at WUMC! Join us for worship Sunday mornings at 8:30 and 11:00 A.M.
As a people of God engaged in a spiritual journey and bound by a common hope, we at Wallingford United Methodist Church stand in the stream of the Christian Faith, witnessing to our experience of God’s grace, which we have seen in Jesus Christ.
* We believe in a creating God, in the goodness of all God’s creation, and in the sacred worth of every person.
* We follow a living Christ, who reveals the love of God to us and shows us what it means to be fully human.
* We trust the Holy Spirit, who courts us to stand in right relationship with God, assures us of God’s presence with us, and works in us to bring God’s purposes to birth.
Don't miss out on anything this weekend at WUMC! Tomorrow morning at 10:00 is the Sister Parish breakfast, so come help out planning the upcoming South-to-North delegation visit.
Then on Sunday, special guest Rev. Harriett Walden will be with us in Adult Ed (at 9:00) and worship (at 10:00). She'll invite us to ask ourselves: what are we hungry for?
After worship, there's an optional intro session for Lenten house church leaders at 11:00. The Prayer & Presence workshop won't meet this week, but women are invited to close the day at Women's Group at 7:00.
Our Sister Parish group is hosting a breakfast at WUMC this Saturday (2/18) at 10:00AM. We're cooking up plans for the South-to-North delegation from Guarjila over a (free) meal. Please come and join this important work - all are welcome. Solidarity is more important than ever!
Check out this sermon, provided by our friends at the Reconciling Ministries Network (RMN). Bishop Melvin Talbert & Rev. Matt Barryman spoke at Asbury Memorial United Methodist church this past Sunday on the issues of racism and the LGBTQ community and the views of the United Methodist Church. Wise people and important conversation - take a listen!
Bishop Melvin Talbert & Rev. Matt Barryman speak at Asbury Memorial United Methodist church on the issues of racism over blacks and whites and the LGBTQ comm...
Make sure to join in Adult Ed and worship this Sunday, where special guest Rev. Harriett Walden will be teaching and preaching. Rev. Walden is a vocal advocate for better police-community relations in Seattle and is a co-founder of Mothers for Police Accountability. Her work centers on creating greater transparency and accountability in the criminal justice system, and we're sure that Rev. Walden will bring us into meaningful worship and conversation. See you there!
Lenten house church signups have begun! You are invited to join or host a Lenten house church, all of which will be focusing on the theme, "Prayer and Activism: Faith in a Time of Fear."
Sign up at the church or email Mary (firstname.lastname@example.org) and check out the link for full info. Groups begin March 1st. Join us!
wallingfordumc.org WUMC has a long tradition of meeting in small groups during Lent to study and reflect together in Lenten house churches. This year, the theme of our house churches is “Prayer and Activism: Faith in a Time of Fear.”
Lots going on this Sunday at WUMC! Adult Ed and Sunday School start at 9:00, followed by worship at 10:00, where we'll ask what it means to pursue the common good in spite of differences.
After worship at 11:45 is the Social Concerns Meeting, and then at 5:30 is the Prayer & Presence Workshop. Both opportunities are open to all. Finally, Men's Group meets at 7:00.
Come join us, and have a great weekend!
The Social Concerns Team is hosting a meeting this Sunday, February 12th, at 11:45AM. Come gather and brainstorm ways to be agents of change and justice in our community and our world. Agenda items include: talking about what WUMC is called to do in response to the immigrant and refugee crisis, continuing work helping Tent City 3, and finding other efforts that galvanize the group. All are welcome. Lunch is provided, and the meeting will be done by 1:00.
This Monday, February 13th, is our monthly Supper Church gathering, and you're invited! This intergenerational night of worship features supper (of course), a brief message, and both active and contemplative ways to worship with one another. Everyone from infant to senior is invited. The evening begins at 6:00PM. See you there!
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