Our onsite worship services have been canceled; however, you are invited to join us (virtually) for worship on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. — or anytime that suits you — by making use of the Worship Resources provided here. 

Click here to listen to podcasts of the Sermons from Pastor Eric

Communion — On the first Sunday of the month we will be celebrating communion together, virtually. You are invited to have with you a piece of bread or a cracker, and a cup or glass with juice. The communion service will be included in the recording/podcast for the first Sunday, starting with Palm Sunday, April 5th. As we pray together we consecrate the communion elements.
This promises to be a first for all of us … Thanks Be to God!

Music

Worship Songs and Hymns – May 31 -Pentecost Sunday
Click on the song title for video with music and lyrics.
 
United Methodist Hymnal #539
 
UM Hymnal #420
 
UM Hymnal #560
 

Parts of Worship Service

Lectionary Scripture Readings for Sunday:
Click here to read all the Lectionary Readings designated for this Sunday and throughout the season of Easter.
 
Readings for May 31st: Acts 2:1-21; 1 Corinthians 12:3b-13

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Peace be With You” Sign Language
 
In a time of Corona Virus, this is how to say “Peace be with you” and “And also with you” in American Sign Language. Click the link on “Peace be with you”
 

Worship Resources

“Physical distancing” does not have to mean “social distancing,” so we’ll be offering opportunities to come together online for singing and music, prayers and group meditations, sermons, and other opportunities for giving thanks and praise. Let’s gather, worship, and support each other!
You are encouraged to stand (if able) and sing along with the hymns below! Just like we are worshiping together!!
  • At the latest Sonoma County UMC Clergy Circuit meeting (online via Zoom) we decided to share worship-related materials and resources. Rev. Laurie Bayen of Windsor UMC created the following 12-minute Opening and Call to Worship for the 4th Sunday of Lent: click here
  • Rev. Monique-Cheri Pierre of Forestville UMC created this meditation: click here