Next Steps in Lent 2020

Dear Friends and Members of Worthington UMC, In the interest of being good neighbors and following the recommendations of our experts in community health, we will not be holding worship services for at least the next two Sundays (March 15…

New Easter hymn written for coronavirus era

Please see this news from The United Methodist Church website: https://www.umc.org/en/content/new-easter-hymn-written-for-coronavirus-era Just in time for Easter, popular hymn writer Carolyn Winfrey Gillette has written a new hymn specifically…

Easter Scriptures and Activities

We missed having our community Easter Egg Hunt this year, but we want you to have fun with Easter Eggs while at home! Attached is a resource full of Holy Week bible stories that you can go through as a family or on your own. Each story has an…

Maundy Thursday Worship Resources

Holy Thursday, or Maundy Thursday as we often call it is the beginning of the trio of services that burst into the resurrection celebration of Easter. This gathering of items to assist you in a family/home worship is an adaptation of materials…

Dear Community of Faith at Worthington UMC,

We are beginning an adventure that few, if any of us, have experienced before;  and none of us desired.  As sporting challenges are cancelled, stores full as if for holiday buying, schools for K-12 closed for at least three weeks, and older…

Worthington UMC Update – March 11 2020

Hello all Worthington UMC Members and friends, Please see the attached file for a letter from Pastor Cyndy Garn and the church staff regarding the current health concerns. As of now, we are continuing all regular church programming. If…

Church Conference

Our annual church conference will be on Wednesday, November 6 at 7:00 p.m., right here at WUMC! Everyone is invited and all church members have a vote. This year churches in the Capital Area North District are clustering together for their…

Sermon Shaping Series

Bring your coffee and come join us as we dive deeply into the text for the next Sunday. Tuesdays at 8:00 a.m. in the Library