Worship During COVID:

10AM Online Only

Worship Greeting

Upon the recommendation of our Bishop, Thomas J. Bickerton, and in consultation with the Nichols UMC COVID-19 Task Force, we suspended in person worship and ministry activities through the end of the year.  While our in person attendance has been small, and everyone has followed our guidelines, we recognize that inside gatherings pose a greater health risk to our church members and our staff.   With the growing spread of this virus in our country, region, and community, it is with much thought and prayer that we have made this decision.   Continue to pray that the vaccines are effective soon and that we can resume many of our favorite activities.

We have many plans to make this an extra special Advent & Christmas experience even as we are only online.   While most of us don’t have our own Advent wreaths, feel free to bring a candle to your worship space each week and light it as the wreath is lit.  

May God bless us regardless of how we worship these days. Pastor David

Remote Service Recording Links:

Click below to access previously recorded worship services:

WORSHIP VIDEO LINK

Sunday, December 20th at 10am – Lessons & Carols Service – This is an inspirational a service with our choir, hymns, scriptures and a message by Pastor David.

Christmas Eve, Thursday, December 24th at 5pm – Children’s Pageant & Family Service – Please join us as we view the Christmas Pageant video featuring the children of our congregation along with a pastoral message by Pastor David.

Christmas Eve, Thursday, December 24th at 9pm – Candlelight & Communion Service – This will be a traditional candlelight service with communion.   In preparation, please bring bread or crackers and juice to your worship space.  Pastor David will be consecrating the elements virtually.  In keeping with the spirit of the Last Supper please only use items that have a semblance to what would be used in church.  Would you would like a candle and holder to have for this service?  Beginning Tuesday, December 15th they will be made available for contactless pickup in a bin located on the church steps.