What's Happening This Coming Sunday
at Woodmont UCC
"Halloween" - by Art Yost
Come worship with us online at 10:30am. You can find the service on our YouTube page HERE.
Pastor Kim will preach a sermon called "Does Money Talk? Yes, It Does!".
After the service, join us for Coffee Hour Online via Zoom. Click HERE to connect or call +1 (929) 205-6099 and enter meeting ID #293-713-240.
What Groups Meet This Week?
"Longing" - by Bev Byer
The below groups will be meeting by Zoom.
Sunday, November 8th @ 12:30pm - Board of Stewards
Tuesday, November 10th @ 7:30pm - Worship & Music Team
Wednesday, November 11th @ 7:00pm - Council
Thursday, November 12th @ 7:30pm - Search Committee
Saturday, November 14th @ 12:30pm - Mission Team
If you missed last Sunday's sermon, click HERE to check it out.
You can also watch the entire service from last Sunday by clicking HERE.
"Martha" was performed by the Worshipping Musicians.
This "Good Trouble Moment" discusses how much harder it is to vote in neighborhoods with a large minority population verses those with largely white populations.You can see it HERE.
We'd love for you to be in our 25-day Living Advent Calendar, which will be emailed each day starting on December 1. It's super simple! From home, you can record yourself doing any of the following...
Sing a verse of a favorite carol
Share a Christmas memory
Wave and wish everyone a "Merry Christmas"
Share a short devotional
Click here to register by November 8th. Just add your name to the email that pops up. If you'd like to participate but are unsure how to record and send a video, let us know and someone can help record you.
Another great way to participate during Advent: We're looking for 4 sets of volunteers (families or individuals) who would be willing to record themselves lighting the Advent wreath as part of our Sunday service. The Deacons are providing a portable Advent wreath with candles. Pastor Kim will provide the readings for each Sunday: November 29th, December 6th, 13th, and 20th. Let Carol Topitzer, Chair of Deacons, or Pastor Kim know if you're willing to participate.
If you need to enter the church building for any reason, please use the red front doors. We have installed a key card system just like the side entrance. The side doors will be reserved for the Milford Co-Op Preschool to ensure the safety of the teachers and students. Please make sure the red door doesn't slam behind you when entering. Thank you.
Connect via Zoom by clicking HERE or call in at +1 (929) 205-6099 and enter meeting ID #293-713-240 and Password 278113.
Please Pray For
"Sparrow" - by Carol Topitzer
Please keep the following people in your prayers:
Ellen at the passing of her son, Michael, Johanna Pagliaro, Ericka Lyons Golia (daughter of Frank and Lynn Lyons), Lori Masters (a friend of Dorothy Osanitsch), Janet Milo who will be having surgery, Joe, Mike Attruia (Carol Topitzer’s brother-in-law), Bev Byer and family at the passing of her brother, Stanwyck, Laureen’s Warner at the loss of her cousin, Maria, Judith Doherty and family (at the loss of her Aunt Emma), Tom Biroscak and family at the loss of his cousin, Ray, from Covid-19, as well as Tom’s other cousin, Dottie and her husband, Liz McDonald, her Mom Dorthea Manegio and their entire family as they mourn the loss of Anthony Manegio who passed from the Covid-19, Barbara V., Craig B. (a friend of Jenna H.), Kathy H., medical workers and emergency personnel, the elderly and parents with their kids now inside the home due to the virus, Pam Gona’s, daughter Brook, her granddaughter Olivia, and her grandson Ian and all others who have compromised immune systems, Millie (Tom Biroscak’s daughter-in-law), Deb Mason’s mom, Charlotte Admans (mother of Amy Wrinn), Tricia Walker, Betty Vodola (Wendy Cahill’s mom), Jennifer and her children, Kelly (Art and Ann’s neighbor), Jackie and Jo and their daughter, Cassidy, Barbara Mackintosh’s niece, Barbara Berkovich (Co-Op Director), Jack and Karla (friends of Ann Yost), Tracy Baldwin, 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.