Reopening Well Task Force Update
Services in the sanctuary have returned! We have had about 20 people per service. If you want to come, make sure to sign up!
Sign up online for each weekly service. This will help us keep within the allowed building capacity.
We will be following all the CDC and Baltimore County guidelines for inside gatherings, including keeping a register of participants, everyone wearing masks, using hand sanitizer, and keeping socially distant. The guidelines of NO singing or responsive readings will also be followed.
We will be making adjustments as needed.
We encourage any and all feedback on any of the services or gatherings.
Thank you from your re-entry task force and hope to see you soon.
May 2nd Sunday Worship
Dear Glyndon UMC Friends,
Thank you for your support and prayer.
I hope you are doing well and be healthy in Christ. The same is true of your church, but due to COVID-19 our church also has many restrictions on activities. We cannot worship together at our sanctuary. Also, we cannot have any in-person meetings. In the meantime, some church members have died and been placed in self-isolation due to COVID-19. Although about 30 percent of people are vaccinated now, the Hopi reservation is not safe yet. I believe that you pray for Hopi people.
However, as a senior pastor, I couldn’t stay still. We worshiped online every Sunday, and we had a drive-thru Holy-communion on Easter Sunday. We continue to write the Bible and visit church member’s houses to comfort members who are in difficulties. We even donated Easter offerings to Hopi community in dangerous circumstances due to COVID-19.
And we're planning to do something at Hopi Elementary, Middle and High School graduation. Without supporters like you, we can’t have an impact or influence in Hopi community. I ask for your prayers and support.
Pastor Dae Jun Park
From The Land of Peace, Hopi.
Help Us Reduce the Financial Impact of COVID-19
The vast majority of our revenue comes in the form of offering collected during Sunday Worship. When we are unable to meet physically we are unable to raise any money this way. But our staff members and bills still need to be paid.
Please help us keep things running by sending your usual offering by mail to our PO box listed below. You can also send in your offering electronically. Thanks to our dedicated volunteers we have been able to check the mail, receive your offerings, pay the bills and keep things running. Please continue sending in your support. Please also send in your 2021 Pledge Card.
Glyndon UM Church
P.O. Box 84 Glyndon, MD
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Worship & Building Access Notes
If you are looking for a new church home and would like to set up an appointment to meet with Pastor Dong Eun to learn more about the church, see her after the services or fill out a visitors card and place it in the offering plate and Pastor Dong Eun will contact you.
Monthly Mission Opportunities
Casserole Sunday: Our church has committed to provide casseroles once a month for Our Daily Bread, an organization located in Baltimore City that provides meals every day of the year for those in need to help prevent hunger. If you would like to help out, bring your frozen or fresh casseroles to our church kitchen (place in freezer) the last Sunday of each month, or any Sunday you would like to help. We will see they are delivered along with food from other churches in our community.
Food Sunday: The second Sunday of every month is Food Sunday, We collect non-perishable food items for delivery to the Community Crisis Center that serves surrounding communities of Glyndon, Reisterstown, and Owings Mills, helping those in need during difficult times. Bring your donated items to our church and place them in labeled totes and baskets located in our lobby as our congregation prays for those receiving these gestures of Christian love and support.