Wilkesboro United Methodist Church
Tuesday, June 02, 2020
Sharing, Comforting, Embracing

Letters from Our Pastor

Letter from Our Pastor 5/29/20

Hello Faith Family,

I hope all is well with you today. It is hard to believe but Pentecost is already upon us! I do hope you will join us for worship on Facebook this Sunday at 11 for a special Pentecost celebration as we look at Acts 2 and the power of the Holy Spirit to unite the people of God in ways we could never image. The video of the service will be shared to YouTube as soon as possible. 

We often invite you to wear red on Pentecost to symbolize the fire of the Holy Spirit so I want to invite you to do so again this year - you can even wear your red pajamas! You might also consider placing some red decorations outside you house - balloons or streamers or flowers - to remind your neighbors that there is power in the Spirit of God.

But before worship begins at 11 a.m., you can join Jan Taylor for Sunday school at 10 a.m. - please contact the church office to obtain the direct meeting link or to obtain the specific phone number to participate by calling in.

Blessings and Peace to you all and I hope to "see" you virtually in worship this Sunday,

Pastor Karen

 


  
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Wilkesboro United Methodist Church 
309 West Main Street - PO Box 197 
Wilkesboro, North Carolina 28697, United States
(336)818-0552

Sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ, Comforting the troubled, and Embracing God’s love.