11:00 a.m.: Fellowship
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Rev. W. Scott Wasdin
Church Office # 781-447-5557
Margaret Mannke – Secretary
Office phone: 781-447-5557
Music Director/Organist: Heather Peel
AMERICAN RED CROSS: SOUND THE ALARM Campaign is offering to Whitman residents FREE smoke detector w/installation.
Schedule an appointment by texting your name and contact phone number to
ARC Volunteer, Anne Williams at 508-345-8988
for December 13th, 2020
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Home Communion and visitation now available- please call the church at (781) 447-5557 to arrange.
Mask restriction lifted (if fully vaccinated)!
As of Sunday, June 6th, 2021, anyone fully vaccinated is not required to wear a mask.
Social distancing guidelines will remain for another week until June13th service.
Church and Fellowship hall are available for your event
Please contact the church office for available times and costs
Baby showers- Wedding Showers- Collations
Weddings and Special Events
The fellowship Hall underwent a beautiful face lift.
Check us out when planning that special event.
All Ages Welcome
Volunteers needed – signup sheets in sanctuary.
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Interested in joining a committee or be a representative on the board?
Openings are available for all church members young and not so young.
Learn more at fellowship or by asking a current committee or board member
How about greeting, usher or counting collection? Sign up on the clipboard in the back of the sanctuary.
Thank you for considering taking a more active role in your church as a much-needed volunteer! Any time you can give, is sincerely appreciated.
"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. " Henry Ford
Sandwiches for MainSpring
This wondrous mission program sends 100 lunches each month
Meet in the kitchen just after service – many hands make light the load
Thursday Thoughts –March 16th
from : Rev. Scott Wasdin
The Chosen video Bible Study begins March 23rd at 7:00 pm in the fellowship hall. Please be casual and comfortable. Light refreshments and coffee will be provided.
As Jesus passed by he saw a man blind from birth…he spat on the ground and made clay with the saliva, and smeared the clay on his eyes, and said to him, “Go wash in the Pool of Siloam” —which means Sent—. So he went and washed, and came back able to see. John 9:1, 6–7
Reflect, today, upon this act of Jesus and allow our Lord to smear His spit and dirt on your eyes. Allow Him to give you the gift of spiritual sight. And when we do “see” Him at work in the ordinary activities of life, we will be healed of our own spiritual blindness. And as you begin to see His presence in your life, you will be amazed at the beauty you behold.
RUMMAGE SALE - Saturday, March 25th - 9 to 1
Clean white elephants and clothes can be dropped starting March 19th. Please do not bring any items to the church before this date, due to storage concerns. No electronics or computer type items can be accepted.
Questions call Gail. (617) 838-2842.
FOOD PANTRY DRIVE-THRU - Saturday March 25th - 9 to 1
Drive up and drop off - as easy as that! Household items including laundry and dish soap needed.
ONE GREAT HOUR OF SHARING (OGHS) is the special offering this month, which involves you in disaster, refugee/immigration, and development ministries throughout the world. When a disaster strikes or people are displaced or made refugees by violence or extreme poverty, you are part of the immediate response and of the long-term recovery.
Through OGHS you engage in holistic development programs including health care, education, agriculture, food sustainability, micro-financing and women’s empowerment. Because the UCC relates in mutual partnership to churches and organizations through Global Ministries and worldwide response & recovery networks, your contributions to One Great Hour of Sharing put you in the right place at the right time for the relief, accompaniment and recovery of the most vulnerable. You meet immediate needs and you address the underlying causes that create those needs in the first place.
Click here to visit the OGHS webpage on ucc.org https://www.ucc.org/giving/ways-to-give/our-churchs-wider-mission/one-great-hour-of-sharing/
If you are not up to date on your covid vaccinations, please wear your mask at all times when at church.
Hand sanitizer stations are available
Sanitizing measures have been ongoing throughout the church
Thursday Thoughts will be the resource for updates on worship services and prayer requests.
Please email Gail at firstname.lastname@example.org with joys and concerns to share.
A live Facebook broadcast (available also as a link on this website) will be available each Sunday until further notice.
God Cares. Yesterday today and tomorrow
All over the world folks are doing what they can to support and give comfort in this time of uncertainty.
Everything has changed but God is our constant.
God will comfort the grieving and give strength to those who are in need
There is hope found through prayer and our continued faith that God will be there for all of us.
Our church family is amazing when called upon to help.
Drop off cards in the office mail box to be mailed to area nursing homes or our shut-ins.
Put a sign with a word or picture of encouragement in a window or in your yard
Every day at 3PM let's all take a moment to connect spiritually with prayer.
A moment in time each day to pray for those who need God’s comfort and care.
Your deacons are available via email or phone. We are committed to help however we can.
Gail Clement: 781-447-4052
Russ Greene: 781-447-5047
Wayne Brundige: 781-447-1021
Frank Kawa: 781-308-5511
The Lord hears when I call to him. There are many who say, “O that we might see some good!”
Lift up the light of thy countenance upon us, O Lord
In peace I will both lie down and sleep.
For thou alone. O Lord, makest me dwell in safety.