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Annual Conference 2020

From Bishop Lewis, Appointive Cabinet and Annual Conference Planning Team The Bishop, Appointive Cabinet and the Annual Conference Planning team have continued to evaluate options while conducting extensive logistical work of planning for the 2020 Virginia Annual Conference. We would like to inform the Conference that the 2020 Virginia Annual Conference will take place on…
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In Person Worship

We have begun meeting in person for our 8:45am worship. Depending on how this goes will inform our date for the 11am worship in-person restart. Bishop Lewis has determined that we are still operating under stage 2 guidelines for our churches. Be aware that there are specific requirements for worship in order to protect everyone.

Reappointment

It is with much joy that I can say that I am officially projected to return to South Hill UMC for another year. Let us continue our important work in the community together! Yours in Christ,Pastor Brian

May 30 Letter

Dear Virginia Annual Conference:On Memorial Day, when the world was honoring and remembering all military men and women for their sacrifice to this country, Mr. George Floyd, another African-American man, while handcuffed and in police custody, was pleading for his life. His dying statement, “I can’t breathe,” rings again in my ears just as it…
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March for Equality

Pastor Brian encourages participation in this rally as we stand by and with our neighbors and community. Feel free to identify yourself with the church by wearing your church shirt. If you don’t have one and would like one, then we can get you one. Social distancing and face covering during the rally are recommended.…
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prayer

Service of Lament

Please join Woodlake UMC in a Service of Lament. We will express our deep sorrow for the wounds of our nation, and we will ask God for His blessing and intervention. Our prayers will lament the lives lost from COVID 19 and our grief of the death of George Floyd and the violence on our…
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Strange Times

If anyone teaches anything different and doesn’t agree with sound teaching about our Lord Jesus Christ and teaching that is consistent with godliness, 4 that person is conceited. They don’t understand anything but have a sick obsession with debates and arguments. This creates jealousy, conflict, verbal abuse, and evil suspicions. 5 There is constant bickering…
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Upper Room

Upper Room Ministries

COVID-19 NOTICE The Upper Room will be reopening for sales on Saturday, June 6! The Upper Room Ministries runs a thrift store, located on East Atlantic Street next to the Medicine Shoppe. The store is open every Saturdays except the last Saturday of each month, from 8:00am to 3:00pm. Donations are welcome! Donations are also…
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Out of the Depths

Psalm 130 provides a proper ending to the series and an anticipation of what is to come. The psalm is a cry from the depths of pain or despair. And there is no clear resolution, no clear fix to the brokenness; the separation still abides. And yet, there is hope.

What now?

1 From Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy. To the Thessalonians’ church that is in God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Grace and peace to all of you. 2 We always thank God for all of you when we mention you constantly in our prayers. 3 This is because we remember your work that comes…
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