We Would Like You To Know — February 28 – March 7, 2021

We Would Like You To Know —

WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO KNOW — February 28 – March 7, 2021

Sun 2/28
9:00 am … FACE-TO-FACE WORSHIP at Kinmundy First UMC
in the sanctuary, Drive-In listening (FM 87.9) on the parking lot or WATCH Pastor Dave’s video of the entire worship service at kinmundychurch.org
10:45 am … FACE-TO-FACE WORSHIP at Wesley UMC
6:00 pm … PPR COMMITTEE Meeting in Fellowship Hall at KUMC

Wed 3/3
10:30 am … COMMUNION & WEEKLY PRAYER SERVICE will be held in the Kinmundy Fellowship Hall

Sun 3/7
9:00 am … FACE-TO-FACE WORSHIP at Kinmundy First UMC in the sanctuary, Drive-in listening (FM 87.9) on the parking lot or WATCH Pastor Dave’s video of the entire sermon on kinmundychurch.org
10:45 am … FACE-TO-FACE WORSHIP at Wesley UMC


  1. PPR COMMITTEE Meeting at 6:00 pm this evening in the Fellowship Hall.
  2. PASTOR DAVE will continue providing a video of an entire worship service on the Internet for you to watch at home each week throughout the Spring. We will still mail a transcript of the sermon with the bulletin and make a DVD for those who request it.
  3. PHASE 4 COVID 19 Guidelines
    — Churches may gather indoors for any purpose in groups of 50 and less
    — Churches with larger rooms may gather indoor groups of up to 25% of the room capacity, but may not exceed 100 people in total
    — Social distancing, face masks, and other precautions should be taken for all activities
    — Church buildings may be open all kinds of groups and meetings of appropriate size, and all church staff and volunteers can regularly use the building
    — Facemasks and social distancing are required
    There are still many concerns regarding the safety of gathering during a time of Coronavirus. Bad things are predicted for large cities. But people in our region are working hard to keep each other safe.
    Sunday, February 28, 2021
    Trusting God When Questions Abound

    Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all ways acknowledge Him, and He will make straight your path. Proverbs 3:5-6
    In my youth and during the very foundation of my journey with God, I was one of the lucky ones who was encouraged to question and challenge what did not make sense to me. “Faith” was generally where my thinking landed me. There are a great many people who are not given the option to let faith be the answer in their own personal journey as a way of leading them to a deeper understanding and, in turn, spiritual
    frustration becomes a problem.
    As a funeral director I have seen and experienced heartbreak and vulnerability on a level I never could have imagined. “Why” is a question I am forced to consider in my profession more than any other and, unfortunately, there is no answer. We can never know why tragedy strikes or why bad things happen, but knowing God is with us in our suffering has kept me yearning for that inner one-on-one relationship.
    As I have grown and searched for that deeper connection I have learned the answers I seek may never be revealed and I have finally learned to be satisfied with that. I will continue to keep the spirit of questioning and challenging alive in my heart with the belief that my faith alongside the ups and downs of the human experience will guide me to a level of love and trust in God that I can carry with me forever.
    Prayer: Lord God, we know You are with us in our pain and our questioning, our joy and our lack of understanding. Please be a presence within us when we seek answers, strengthening our faith that whatever we do, You will lead us in the right path. Amen.
    — Alyssa Oldham, Laity, Mt. Vernon First UMC
  5. OUR NEWS BULLETIN section “We Would Like You To Know” needs some interesting “news”, so if anyone has any pictures or news items about your families or other happenings that you would like to share with our members, please send them to us by email at kumc11@outlook.com or drop them by the office
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