If you know someone who does not have access to the Briefs or the internet, give them a call and share any information you think they need to know.
On June 1, 2020 the Holston Conference COVID-19 Task Force released a plan, "Taking Steps Faithfully and Safely," for Holston churches to return to in-person worship. Since the roll out of this plan, the task force was made aware of some questions and concerns expressed by clergy and lay across the conference. On June 9, 2020 the task force reconvened to discuss these questions and concerns, and began working on a second edition of the plan.
After much discussion and several edits, the second edition is now ready for release. In this document you will find greater clarification on youth gatherings, Holy Communion, and steps to take if a COVID-19 case arises at your church.
Click on the button below to view the updated edition.
As with the first edition, the Holston COVID-19 Task Force and your District Superintendent will continue monitoring the current caseload within our conference area. As cases increase or decrease, additional changes may be made to the plan.
Tim Jones
Director of Communications
Holston Conference of The United Methodist Church
Broadway Book Club
The BBC is taking off for the month of July but will resume in August. We will meet August 20 at 6:30. Maybe by then we can meet in person! We will be reading "The Book of Lost Friends" by Lisa Wingate. Questions? Contact Debbie Taylor at 310-4373.
This week's worship services
will once again be online.

For tips on accessing these services online, click here.
Open either Children's Bulletin
for this week's online
Bible lesson game code!
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 (2 nd and 4 th 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.
309 East Broadway Avenue
Maryville, TN 37804
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