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A&M Wesley Foundation Project

The Aggies from the A&M Wesley Foundation are heading our way January 13-15. As the Aggies come to Grimes County they will be working on projects in our area where they will do jobs like paint, repair or install wheelchair ramps and porches. As their work begins join us in praying for their safety and their witness to Jesus as they serve our community.

Guidelines for Worship Services

It has been a difficult time of social distancing over the past two months.  So much has happened in our lives, the lives of our families, and our community both local and national. In the past, dealing with these difficulties and victories would have been much more bearable and celebratory as we attended worship together.  The good news is we are ready to begin to meet again in our sanctuary for worship on June 7th!  We will have one service at our regular time, 9:15 AM in the sanctuary. While we are excited for this time of praising God together again, it will be very different than the worship that we shared pre-pandemic.  In consultation with our Conference leaders and the Methodist medical community we have been presented with clear guidelines we must follow to hold a worship service in our sanctuary.  

Listed here are the guidelines we will be following:

-Every other pew will be available with non-available pews being roped off

-Six foot distance between worshiping individuals or families

-Hand sanitizer available as attendees enter the building

-Face masks are required

-We will not be passing offertory plates

-We will have a basket near the doors as we enter and exit to receive offering gifts

-There will be no printed bulletins

-An usher will be taking attendance at the door to ensure we have record of all who attend and a valid phone number to contact them in case we find that someone who has attended service has tested positive for COVID-19

In order to adhere to these guidelines we have had to make certain changes to our standard service order and the physical space we share. To implement these guidelines we will:

-Ask that you please bring a mask of your own; we will have a limited number available if you do not have one

-Doors into the sanctuary will be opened by ushers to limit touching of door handles

-We will not have children’s chat during service and there will be no children’s Sunday school

By taking these precautions we believe that we can provide a safe, socially-distant environment for worship. These are not small changes.  These changes are not going to work for everyone.  We know that now may not be the time for you and your family to return to the sanctuary for worship.  While we do not anticipate it to be a problem; we may have to turn away people who wish to worship with us due to the lower capacity of our sanctuary under these guidelines.  However, our diligence in following these guidelines is essential to following John Wesley’s first general rule to give Christians a guide for living a faithful life, “Do no harm.”  Please pray first over attending worship under these guidelines and then make the right decision for you and your family.  We hope to see you soon.  If you have any questions about our new guidelines please call the church office at 936.825.3342. 

News

COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall with Methodist Hospital

There are a lot of questions about the COVID-19 vaccines that are becoming more broadly available. Our friends at Houston Methodist Hospital have offered to provide a Virtual Town Hall meeting in English on January 20 and in Spanish on January 21. Please register to participate in one of these events, submit a question that you would like …

Blood Drive

Our next Red Cross Blood Drive is Thursday, Jan. 14th! Schedule your donation with the Red Cross on their website and we will see you in the Navasota FUMC Fellowship Hall. If you are able to give, please plan on donating.

Worship

We worship every Sunday at 9:15 AM (except for fifth Sundays).  Our worship here at FUMC takes on a traditional rhythm.

Our worship service is designed to connect people to God through creating an atmosphere of friends and family; we sing, pray, and respond to God’s Word.  We celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month.  Our goal in worship is to use these elements to allow us to hear God’s revealing of Himself and for us to respond to what we know to be true about our God.  Join us if you are looking for a community that you can connect with in worship that will challenge and uplift you.

The second Sunday of each month we gather after the service for brunch.  Come hungry and leave well fed spiritually and physically!

We DO NOT meet on fifth Sundays.