Upcoming Meetings / Events
25 November Sunday
United Methodist Student Day – Welcome students!
"I Can Only Imagine"
Thought for your meditation“I imagine: a church where all disciples have opportunities to experience and grow in God's love, and to serve in as many ways as they are led; a church that works for peace and justice for all of God's creation; a vibrant, enthusiastic church for the glory of God.”
Small Group Study
Tuesday November 27
10:30 am & 6:30 PM
All are welcome.
"There is a lot of concern about where the United Methodist Church stands when it comes to homosexuality, same-gender marriage, and the ordination of LGBTQ persons, and what will result from the upcoming General Conference in February. Living Faithfully, a small-group study was created especially for United Methodists, to guide discussions in a way that encourages openness, humility, a spirit of grace, and above all, love for fellow United Methodists who may disagree with you. Offering multiple lenses through which to consider different perspectives, the study is based on Scripture from start to finish."
Stewardship MomentSpecial thanks to everyone who completed a pledge card last Sunday in support of the Weston United Methodist Church. Your generosity of your time, talents, prayers and resources will enable WUMC to continue to know Jesus Christ and to make Jesus Christ known.
Pledge forms are available for download on the church website www.westonunitedmethodist.org.
Advent Bible Study
Tuesday December 3
10:30 am & 6:30 PM
All are welcome.
Plan to take part in the Advent Bible Study, Adam Hamilton’s The Journey: Walking the Road to Bethlehem – Mondays 6:30pm (includes dinner), and Tuesdays 10:30am, beginning December 3.
Journeying from Nazareth to Bethlehem, Adam Hamilton uses historical information, archaeological data, and a personal look at some of the stories surrounding the birth of Jesus.
“This book may be the greatest Christmas present of the year. Adam thoughtfully, movingly walks us through what really happened when God touched this planet. The richness of the full story will touch your life as well.” John Ortberg
Online Church DirectoryPlease sign-in to our new Online Church Directory. Only those who are listed in the directory by email address will have access to our new online directory.
- Go to InstantChurchDirectory.com.
- Click on the link: “First time signing in? Create a login now.”
- Enter your email address as it is listed in our printed directory. If you need to change it or add another one, please contact Pastor Pat at email@example.com.
- Create a password. The password must be 8 characters long, and contain at least two of the following special characters: capital letters, numbers or symbols.
- Retype the password to confirm it and click "Request Login."
- Check your inbox for an email from: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To complete the sign-up process, you will need to verify your email address by clicking on the link sent to you in that email.
- Once you confirm your email, you may sign in at members.InstantChurchDirectory.com.
- Your email with the password you created will work on all the Instant Church Directory apps on any device:
- If there is no photo in the directory for you or your family, please send a family picture or head shot to the church by email for the new online directory: email@example.com.
- If you need a new photo, touch base with Cindy Boudreau or Richard Lee to have your picture taken at church.
Need help signing in? Please see your directory Administrator, currently Pastor Pat)
Continuing Prayer Requests
Louise R., Taj M., Bill B., Gail M.
Blankets for the Homeless in WalthamAt our last Monday serving night, I was approached by one of the Bristol Lodge Soup Kitchen workers helping with the 5 PM dinner we provided. She said there are several who sleep outside who need a blanket.
Please bring clean, new or lightly used blankets to church to be distributed to those in need.
Thank you, Debbi Miller
Church SafetyMembers of the Trustees, Church Council and the Outreach Committee recently had a general information session with the Weston Police Department. Weston’s Chief of Police Mike Goulden, Detective Sergeant Jeffrey Beohner, and School Resource Officer Kellie Connarton fielded questions and concerns regarding local crime, safe building evacuation and community outreach. The officers also provided information on ways for Weston United Methodist Church to be helpful in the community.
Officer Connarton will meet again with the Trustees to evaluate building security, exterior lighting and measures to be taken in an emergency. CPR training will likely be offered to those interest in congregation in the future.
Wednesday, November 28
6:30pm – SPRC Meeting
Sunday December 2
First Sunday of Advent
Hanging of the Greens at 10:30am service
Bring your own lunch, and we’ll head out after we eat