Welcoming all to live, love, grow and serve.

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As restrictions are slowly lifting we are working toward in-person services.  Beginning Palm Sunday, we will begin holding 1 service each week outdoors at 11:00am.  Preregistration is highly suggested and appreciated.  In the event of rain, the service will be moved inside with a capacity of 120 including the worship team. This service will also be live streamed over our Facebook page and our YouTube channel.  We continue to use digital platforms to accomplish our mission of welcoming all to live, love, grow and serve. 


We are slowly offering more campus activities with restrictions and guidelines.  Our church offices continue to be closed and church staff is encouraged to work from home as much as possible.


You can watch on Facebook and on YouTube starting at 11:00am on Sundays.


Reflecting on the Past Year

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What's Going On???

We are a very busy church and as COVID restrictions are being lifted we aren't fully back to 100%.  We are continuing to offer opportunities to engage and minister to one another.   Interested in what we're doing now? Scroll down for more information. Click the image to find out even more!

  • Sympathies to...

    The congregation would like to extend its condolences to:

    Charles Williams on the passing of his wife, Nancie Varner Williams on 4/5/21.

    The family of Alexander (Alex) C. Smith on his passing on 4/7/21.


    Rob & Marty Haley on the passing of Rob's father and Trent and Meredith's grandfather, Herman Ellsworth Haley Jr. on 4/2/21.


    The Family of Margorie “ Margie” F. Freeman on her death on 3/28/21.

  • Prayer Requests

    Let us lift up the people you love who are in need; whether they are sick, carrying a heavy burden, mourning the loss of a loved one or they just need to be lifted up, let us help.  Click the image to be lead to our prayer request form. 

  • lIVEsTREAMING wORSHIP HERE for the Next Scheduled Date

    Join us here every Sunday for live-streamed services.


    Each service will begin at 11:00am!!

  • 11:00am In-person Worship & Registration

    We now offer an in-person worship service at 11:00am on Sunday mornings in the outdoors on the front lawn.  In the event of rain, the announcement will be made by Friday afternoon and the service will be moved inside with required masks and limited capacity.  We ask that you preregister to attend, here (click the image) or through our mobile app by Saturday at 9:00pm.


    Social distancing policies will be maintained, and face masks are required.  The service will be shorter in length and involve minimized congregational singing although adjustments will continue to be considered over time as warranted.  Volunteers will be in the there to greet, register, and direct your entrance into and exit out of the services.


    We are pleased to be able to offer these worship opportunities and will continue to monitor the situation as we strive to emerge from this pandemic.  Updates and changes to our worship opportunities will be considered by the Church Council.

     

  • Weekly Newsletter, "The Vine"

    We are a very busy church!  In order for our congregation to stay up-to-date with upcoming events, details, weekly calendars among other things, we publish a weekly newsletter, The Vine.


    If you would like to receive the newsletter via email, you can subscribe here.


    For more information regarding The Vine, contact Dana Bird at dana@jumc.org

    (click image for most recent newsletter)

  • Important COVID Updates

    The staff met with Church Council on Monday evening, March 8th to discuss future worship plans and returning inside through May.  While continuing to respect everyone’s safety and the strong desire to return to church, both in person and spiritually, several updates will begin to take shape.


    Beginning on Palm Sunday, March 28th Sunday Morning Worship will move to one 11:00am service each week. Services will be held outdoors on the front lawn.  These services will be live-streamed for those unable to come or who may feel safer at home.  We continue to ask you to pre-register for services in order to keep attendance, for greeting and planning purposes.  Attendees will still need to wear masks, bring their own chairs and will be asked to socially distance themselves.


    In the event of rain or forecasted rain, the service will be moved inside with limited capacity, including the worship team.  Pastor David and Facilities Director, Tammy Forrest will make that determination on Saturday evening.  The update will be communicated via Facebook and our Mobile App.


    Church staff will return to work and the church offices will officially re-open on Tuesday April 6, 2021.  Visits to the campus will continue to be limited to necessary business and by appointment only.


    Another change that we are excited to share is that the church will be open to allow church-based meetings of up to 25 individuals inside beginning Monday, April 12th.  All meetings, plans and room reservations must be communicated and reserved through Tammy Forrest.


    As more and more people are getting their vaccines and COVID numbers are dropping, we continue to look forward to the time when we are back together in every way.  We appreciate your love and support during this time as we continue to look for new and creative ways to stay connected and minister to you.

     

    As requested by the Bishop of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church and the Church Council the church offices will continue to be closed, at this time. If you need to come to the church, please call ahead.


    We will continue to evaluate as more direction comes from conference officials.


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