Holiness in the Midst of a Pandemic

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Holiness in the Midst of a Pandemic
When
Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 6:00 PM to Monday, September 28, 2020 at 11:30 AM

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Email
charlotteriggins@holston.org

Contact
Charlotte Riggins

We all know that our usual worship traditions this Fall will not be the same because of COVID-19. This year our worship might be virtual, in family or home gatherings, gathered outside in cars or parks or parking lots, a hybrid mix of virtual and in-person, or possibly in-person socially distanced in our sanctuaries. Our worship is happening in a time of unrest, political divisiveness, and continued uncertainty yet in a time of hope and incarnation of Jesus Christ. In the months ahead, we continue to find ourselves telling the ancient stories in new, creative ways!

You are invited to participate in the following Zoom conversations as we explore ways together to sing a new song in a strange land – to transform the traditions of World Communion Sunday, All Saints, Advent, and Christmas into worship that is inspiring, engaging, and calls us to live as faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.  0.6 CEUS for full attendance or 0.15 CEUs per session

Thursday, September 10 at 6:00PM

World Communion and All Saints When There No or Little Technology Resources
Led by Reverend Susan Arnold, pastor at Blountville UMC

Tuesday, September 15 at 1:00PM
World Communion and All Saints Sunday in a Pandemic
Led by Reverend Wil Cantrell and Reverend Paul Seay
Pastors at Concord UMC and Seymour UMC

Thursday, September 17 at 6:00PM
Advent and Christmas When There is No or Little Technology Resources
Led by Reverend Susan Arnold, pastor at Blountville UMC

Monday, September 28 at 10:00AM
Advent and Christmas in a Pandemic
Led by Reverend Dawn Chesser, pastor at St. Paul UMC