This Saturday! The weather looks good. Don't forget to sign up!

Join us for another hiking adventure Saturday October 17th. We will gatherfirst at Fontana Dam visitor's center and then move to the trailhead. This hike will be an "out and back." To read more about the trail and to get a glimpse of some of the sites we will see along the way go to http://www.wildlifesouth.com/Locations/NorthCarolina/NC288-FontanaDam-TheRoadToNowhere.html
Worship Sunday

9:00 Worship will still be prerecorded and premier on Sunday at 9:00 on both Facebook and YouTube.

If you plan to join us in the sanctuary this week for the 10:30 Worship, reserve your space and bring a mask that must be worn by everyone over the age of two. Due to social distancing needs, space is limited. You can reserve your space through Sunday morning 10:00 am.
This service will also be livestreamed on our YouTube channel.

11:30 Roca Eterna is now meeting in person in the Fellowship Hall on Sunday mornings and also livestreamed on Facebook on the Roca Eterna Facebook page.

Click Here to see the full plan for more information. 

Open either Children's Bulletin
for this week's online
Bible lesson game code!
All Saint's Sunday
We will celebrate "All Saints Day" on November 1 at the 10:30 a.m. worship service in the sanctuary at Broadway UMC. We will remember loved ones who were members at Broadway, as well as family members who are no longer with us. During this time we will give thanks to God for the promise of the resurrection and the gift of everlasting life. Natalie Sleeth's hymn, "Hymn of Promise" joyously proclaims: "In our end is our beginning; in our time infinity; in our doubt there is believing; in our life, eternity. In our death, a resurrection; at the last, a victory, unrevealed until its season, something God alone can see."

The names of loved ones will be read in the worship service and a candle will be lit in remembrance of them. We would also like to share a photo of your loved one. When each person's name is read, we will have a special ringing of the Broadway Bell, which has been part of Broadway's history since its founding. John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, enjoyed and celebrated All Saints Day. In a journal entry from November 1, 1767, Wesley calls it “A festival I truly love.” On the same day in 1788, he writes, “I always find this a comfortable day.” The following year he calls it “a day that I peculiarly love.”

We would like to invite you or someone from your family to participate in the All Saint's Day service by lighting a candle in memory of your loved one. If you are unable to attend, please call or email the church office. If you prefer to join the service online and maintain social distancing, your loved one's name will be lifted up in the service.
This month's BBC has been rescheduled to November 19 at 6:30.
Let’s Support Those on the Front Lines
 
During this unprecedented pandemic, we want to support those in our church family who are providing “essential services,” sometimes at great risk to themselves: healthcare workers, sanitation workers, those in the food industry, civil servants, community leaders, fire, police, ambulance services, National Guard, etc. If you qualify or know of someone, please send the name, occupation, and contact information (including telephone, email, and mailing address) to office@broadwayumc.net.

Also please email the office if you want to be part of the support team by making phone calls, sending cards, providing meals, running errands, etc.

Click Here for the list of COVID-19 Front Line Workers in our church family.
Your Broadway Family Is Ready to Help

We have a list of volunteers ready to assist with:
  • Grocery Shopping/Errands
  • Prayer Partners
  • Tech Support – to help connect with Broadway’s online worship offerings
 
Click here if you have needs. If you know of folks who might need assistance, reach out to them and make sure they are aware of these willing helpers.
 
We are a family and we are in this together.
Stay Connected @ Broadway UMC
The Brown Food Pantry (2nd and 4th Saturdays from 9 – 11 a.m.)
and Salvation Army Lunch Program (every Friday from 11 to noon)
are considered "essential services." We are committed to continuing to make these services available for those in need for as long as we are able.
Your support of these programs is appreciated.
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Maryville, TN 37804
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