God calls us to be disciples of Jesus, building community through
service and fellowship and sharing the love of Christ with all.
“The United Methodist Church of Westford is an open and welcoming community of Christian
Faith. Without any exceptions, we welcome anyone who seeks to love and to serve God.” Learn More
These services are pre-recorded.
Streams of Living Water 2:
Contemplative: Prayer-filled life
Psalm 42:1-2a; John 15:4-8
October 25, 2020
Join us next week as we discuss and share information about this year's ballot questions on:
Interesting article "Is The United Methodist Church involved in politics?" on the UMC website.
Reading preparation for the 4 week Racism discussions has begun, but it’s not too late to join. Read the weekly material in your own time throughout the week and join in the discussions on Sunday Nights. This is not limited to UMCW members. Click here to sign up and receive the resources.
Join us for our online group study of Adam Hamilton’s new book, Incarnation: Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas!
This year’s Zoom group Advent study will be different from what most of us are used to. But God’s love for us and for the world in Jesus Christ remains constant. We hope you’ll explore and celebrate that love with us! Watch your email for more information and to sign-up for the study!
On All Saints’ Day we remember those who have died by displaying their names during the worship service. If you would like a dear friend or loved one who has passed to be included, please click the button below to provide their name(s). You can also email a photo to be included (email@example.com)
During this time of isolation amidst the pandemic, some of you are probably feeling lonely and depressed. You might feel sadness, or life just seems to be spinning out of control. You aren’t able to carry out your usual activities and routines. Some of you might be losing jobs or experiencing economic difficulties. You long for companionship and a listening ear. When we are going through difficult times, as Christians, Christ asks us to be present for each other.
“Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow. But woe to him who is alone when he falls and has not another to lift him up!” Ecclesiastes 4:9-12
We have a wonderful way of staying connected in our church and supporting each other. Stephen Ministers are willing to call you or virtually stay connected during this time of isolation.
What a wonderful way to experience Christian love through a care receiver/caregiver relationship! If you feel you would like to consider having a Stephen Minister, click here to contact a Stephen Minister.