God calls us to be disciples of Jesus, building community through
service and fellowship and sharing the love of Christ with all.
A refugee is a person who is forced to escape danger from his or her country of origin. A migrant is a person who settles voluntarily (short- or long-term) in a country other than his or her country of citizenship. Jesus were refugees to Egypt. Jesus interacts with “outsiders” or non-Jews. Jesus was asked by the Jewish lawyer, “Who is my neighbor? He changed the question, “who is neighbor to the person who is trouble?” How do immigrants and refugees qualify as our neighbors? Jesus is the Messiah for all. Paul erased the wall between Gentiles and Jews. How do we treat the stranger as the disciple of Jesus Christ?
These services are pre-recorded.
With the many changes this Fall brings, we’re planning to begin our Sunday School year AFTER school starts to give families and teachers a chance to settle into what will likely be new routines for everyone.
With so much in the news about racial issues—Black Lives Matter, white privilege, anti-racism, defunding the police—what can we do to understand the turmoil all around us? How, as Christians, do we love our neighbor? It begins with education. Join our Social Justice Interest Group Discuss. Click Here for more information.
Adult Choir Zoom Rehearsals will be held on the second and fourth Sundays of each month from 11:30 am to 12:15 pm. All are welcome! No experience needed! For the Zoom link, click here.
Tuesdays at 9:30 am
The Tuesday morning Bible Study Group has recently started a new book: "The Circle Maker" by Mark Batterson
Click here, to receive the weekly Zoom invite
Wednesdays 8:30 - 9:00 am
Zoom invite will be emailed weekly
Contact Pastor Seok-Hwan to review an invite
“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.”
Please click here for “A Statement of Our Openness”.