You can also watch the entire service from last Sunday by clicking HERE.
The latest Good Trouble Moment tells the story of a cop who paid the price for doing the right thing and what happened years later. Learn more HERE.
Last Sunday, Carol Topitzer performed the Youngbloods song "Get Together".
Watch her HERE.
The Purple Pantry Box in front of our church is currently in need of the following items: Breakfast bars, cereal, cans or packages of tuna, tuna salad packs, peanuts in individual packaging, peanut butter crackers, protein bars, soups, canned pasta, and non food items such as tissues, individually wrapped toilet paper, small package of anti-bacterial wipes, small size travel toiletries such as small soap bars, toothpaste and individual toothbrush etc. Please no glass containers.
Connect via Zoom by clicking HERE or call in at +1 (929) 205-6099 and enter meeting ID #293-713-240 and Password 278113.
Spend some time with our women’s group, Women of Woodmont UCC (WOW). The group gathers via Zoom from 7-8pm on the third Friday of each month for fun and fellowship! Connect by clicking HERE or call in at +1 (929) 205-6099 and enter meeting ID #527-395-002, followed by password 390941.
Please Pray For
"Bridge on the Merrit Parkway" - by Rev. Art Yost
Please keep the following people in your prayers:
Tricia, the family of Debbie Gebauer, Tina (sister of Will Osanitsch), Nancy (sister-in-law of Dorothy Osanitsch), Caroline (niece of Dorothy Osanitsch), Carl (brother of Dorothy Osanitsch), Shel (nephew of Dorothy Osanitsch), John (cousin of Dorothy Osanitsch), Lori (friend of Dorothy Osanitsch), the Osanitsch family, Ellen (co-worker of Barbara Mackintosh), Rose (Dennis Shea's mom), Stefany, Ellen at the passing of her son, Michael, Johanna, medical workers and emergency personnel, the elderly and parents with their kids now inside the home due to the virus, Deb Mason’s mom, Betty (Wendy Cahill’s mom), Kelly (Art and Ann’s neighbor), Barbara Mackintosh’s niece, Jack and Karla (friends of Ann Yost), Tracy, Jecy (Ann Yost’s godson), all those impacted by natural disasters, those serving in the military, those suffering or recovering from addictions, the unemployed or under-employed, the homeless, those in prison, those suffering emotional illness, those suffering religious persecution, peacemakers, the staff and churches of the Southern New England Conference UCC, and our elected leaders.