Current Worship Schedule:

10AM Online Zoom Service

9AM InPerson in the Sanctuary

Worship Greeting

We are now open for in person worship on with certain restrictions and limitations.  Please note a reservation to attend is required Please see below for the guidelines for in person worship.  Per CDC and New York Annual Conference guidelines, 6’ social distancing and mask wearing continues to be required for indoor gatherings regardless of your vaccination status.
Click link for the reopening guidelines:   NUMC Reopening Guidelines May 2021

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

Worship Service Schedule


9:00-9:45am In-Person Worship:
There will be only one weekly in-person service at 9:00AM which will last approximately 45minutes.  Masks, and social distancing is required at all times.  There is no choir or congregational singing but our hymns and special music are provided by recorded video.  Pastor David preaches with a mask for the safety of all.  If you would like to attend worship in-person, please click on the link below for important guidelines.  Please note a reservation to attend is required.  A reservation may be made by emailing the church office at:  nicholsmethodist@snet.net or calling 203-375-5817.   Please note: our worship capacity is approximately 70 people (including the worship team) should be given a priority to those who can’t worship via Zoom either logistically or spiritually.   If you are enjoying Zoom worship, please continue to stay online.
Click here for the reopening guildlines –>
NUMC Reopening Guidelines May 2021

10am Online Worship (via Zoom):
Our Zoom service will be offered at 10AM EVERY SUNDAY.  It is broadcast live from our sanctuary (when possible).  Our service includes hymns recorded by our choir (with words on the screen to sing along) as well as recorded special music.  The scripture readings and sermons are provided by our Certified Lay Minister, Judy Lang and our Pastor, Rev. David Piscatelli.   In addition, there is a time of fellowship at the end of the service where everyone is invited to turn on their microphones and videos to greet one another.  Instructions to connect can be found on our home page.  This is a great way to continue to worship as a community without the risks of gathering in crowds inside a building.

Scenes From Easter Sunday

6am Outdoor Sunrise Servce
Easter Worship in Fellowship Hall

Photos & Themes From Lent 2021

Scripture & Theme for Lent 2021

The Journey Where Head, Heart & Hands Come Together

February 21, 2021 Lent 1:
Genesis 9:8-17 – Sermon Title – Trust & Promises

February 28, 2021 Lent 2:
Romans 4:13-25 – Sermon Title – Faith: Reason or Wishful Thinking

March 7, 2021 Lent 3:
Exodus 20:1-17 – Sermon Title:  Putting God First

March 14, 2021 Lent 4:
Ephesians 2:1-10 – Sermon Title: Good Deed Doers

March 21, 2021 Lent 5:
Jeremiah 31:31-34 – Sermon:  Head, Heart & Hands Come Together

March 28, 2021 – Palm Sunday:
Matthew’s Passion Narrative

Imposition of Ashes

Imposition of Ashes – TODAY, Ash Wednesday, February 17th ~ 12-12:30pm & 7-7:30pm
There are two options to receive ashes, either 12-12:30pm or 7-7:30pm.  Ashes will be administered on a drive-thru basis outside in the semi-circle of the church.  Safety precautions will be taken, with the Pastor changing gloves after each person.  You may choose to receive ashes either on your forehead or hand.  Masks are required, and you will be asked to please remain in your car.  While this is a deviation from our usual service we are thankful to continue this historic practice and observance.  Ash Wednesday emphasizes a dual encounter:  we confront our own mortality and confess our sin before God within the community of faith.  The use of ashes is a sign of mortality and repentance and has a long history in Jewish and Christian worship, and the Imposition of Ashes can be a powerful nonverbal and experiential way of participating in the call to repentance and reconciliation.