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  • Singleton UMC Worship Service Material May 3, 2020

    Posted on May 1, 2020 by in General, News, Scripture, Services


    Fw: Church weekly email and bulletin

    Subject: Church weekly email and bulletin

    Hello Everyone,

    I hope everyone is well and safe during this time. I have spoken to some of you, but if you need me please call, 693-3811 or 540-784-5921. I am available.

    As you know we are not able to meet in person. We will post a worship service on the website each week. The website is www.singletonumc.org.


    Praises and Prayer Concerns-

                                                          Dave and Gloria Lilly- Dave is having some health issues

                                                          Roberta James and Family

                                                          Nancy and Dan Foster

    Josie will be turning 100 years old on May 10. You can send a birthday card to this address:

    Gloucester House

    Josie Robins Room 209

    7657 Meredith Dr, Gloucester, VA 23061 

    If you have any praises or concerns, announcements, please let me know thanks.

    Thought for the Week:

    O God, our shepherd, our gate, our lamb: In the resurrection of your Son you have brought us into your pasture. Guide us to your clear streams, and tame the wolf at our gate; through Christ our Lord. Amen. Alleluia.

    (Jn 10:11; Jn 10:9; Jn 1:36)


    This week’s Scripture: John 10:1-10, Acts 2:42-47(sermon)

    Call to Worship:

    Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful.

    And kindle in them the fire of your love.

    Send forth your Spirit and they shall be created.

    And you will renew the face of the earth.

       (Book of Prayer, USA, 20th Cent.)


    Song: “Blest Be The Ties that Bind”  Page 557

    Blest be the tie that binds
    Our hearts is Christian love.
    The fellowship of kindred minds
    Is like to that above.

    Before our Father’s throne
    We pour our ardent prayers
    Our fears, our hopes, our aims are one
    Our comforts and our cares.

    We share each other’s woes,
    Our mutual burdens bear
    And often for each other flows
    The sympathizing tear.

    When we asunder past
    It gives us inward pain,
    But we shall still be joined in heart,
    And hope to meet again…

    Please continue to stay safe and healthy. We will gather together again soon for a celebration.




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