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2/26/23 THEME SUDNAY JOINT WORSHIP




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THEME SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE The First Sunday of Lent February 26, 2023 10:30 AM

Dear FUMC family in Christ, As you know it is our theme Sunday and the theme will be "SET FACE". There are several church members who notice where the theme comes from. I bring the theme from our Thursday Bible Class. On Thursday night, we gathered at our holy virtual place and shared our journey using a book, " Alleluia! Alleluia!" The book describes itself, as a "Message for children on Lent and Easters themes" We touched on the introduction and the first chapter, "Set Face" If you check the weekly news, you can read the chapter. I hope all of you have a chance to read and meditate on it. There are questions and a prayer too. As we started our Leten Journey, most of us set a goal for this journey. If you don't, please have a quiet time with God and set your own goal. I set mine and make some action tasks to achieve the goal. We all need each other to complete the goal as a faithful community, the First UMC of Greenwich. We also need our sister churches around us to move forward together. This Sunday, let us gather together in Christ and set our goal. Let us set our Face to the Lord! I believe that the Spirit of God will lead our worship and we all experience God's grace and love through Jesus Christ our Lord! May God's comfort and peace be with you! Many blessings, Rev. Dong Hyun Choi




Also, you can call in the virtual worship space. The phone number is +1 929 205 6099. Our meeting id and passcode are 2036299584.


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