As we continue to move forward in this time of crisis during the COVID19 pandemic, we move forward with the faith and mercy that is powerful as we speak with God to give us hope that we will somehow be better and stronger just knowing he hears our prayers. We are never alone.

As we move forward with the Governments phases of re-opening of businesses and churches, we are staying cautious. Our Church leaders have met during our Council Meeting and have sent out a letter to notify our members and community that we will suspend our opening and stay closed during the summer months and stay with our YouTube services and Zoom meetings and Coffee hours where we share concerns, share time together and pray together. 

We continue to seek ways of getting many involved in our YouTube Services each week. We also have Rev. Gretchen and Victor who have compiled all the pieces of our Service and put them together to present on line. It is a lot of work to get it done and we take the time to pray for them and give thanks for their wonderful talents. Rev. Gretchen seeks many ways to reach out sharing resources from Scripture Reading to Mental Health and also keeps us current on the Jackson Square Merchants and the Compressor Station updates and court orders. 

May we take the time to recognize and congratulate the High School Senior Graduates of 2020. Stori (Cheryl McMillan’s Granddaughter) who graduated from Hingham High School and will attend Fitchburg State for Criminal Justice in the Fall, Brian Claire, Maura Ellett, and also congratulations to Rev. Gretchen’s son, Maxwell, and will attend UMass Amherst for Engineering in the Fall. May they find success and happiness and doors opening in their future. God speed.

We may not be a physical building right now but it is still the Church as we get together and pray.

Peace be with You.
The Board of Deacons