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3/12/23 Sunday Worship



SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE The Third Sunday of Lent March 12, 2023 9:30 AM

Dear FUMC family in Christ, Did you have a chance to experience the spirit of Spring? There are signs of Spring around us. I pray for all of you to have a peaceful moment in God's creation. Also, don't forget to set your watch and clocks. I am not sure how many people still use an old fashion alarm. On Friday night, I was preaching about why the wilderness is meaningful. at New Haven Korean United Methodist Church. I had prepared my sermon yet, the Spirit of God inspired me to preach about my pains and challenges. Humbly I followed the direction and I experienced the Holy Spirit hovering among us. Personally, it was not one of my best sermons. Yet, I could feel God's working for me and many others. I would love to share how our Lord Jesus touch our hearts. Please come and join the Sunday Worship. 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.



ONE CHURCH MINISTRY





CO-MINISTRY Southern Fairfield Cooperative Parish / NT-CT District New York Annual Conference

Introduction to Systemic Racism Workshop Saturday, March 18th, 2023 & Saturday, March 25th, 2023 9:00 am -12:30 pm Virtual Event Registration is limited to 30 attendees This workshop is designed to help NYAC clergy, laity, Conference staff, and leadership understand the institutional nature of racism and the role organizations play in the equation. Oppression-and in particular, racism-is not only a matter of individual prejudice but a systemic, institutional problem of power that requires structural intervention to dismantle. This understanding is foundational to the training. Download a flyer here Register Now →

Dominating White Ways Workshop: Exploring the Commonplace Nature of White Supremacy and its Power to Co-opt Us All Saturday, April 15th, 2023 & Saturday, April 22nd, 2023 9:00 am -1:00 pm Virtual Event Registration is limited to 30 attendees This workshop is designed to help NYAC clergy, laity, Conference staff, and leadership understand the institutional nature of racism and the role organizations play in the equation. Oppression-and in particular, racism-is not only a matter of individual prejudice but a systemic, institutional problem of power that requires structural intervention to dismantle. This understanding is foundational to the training. White supremacy ideology is perhaps the greatest barrier to achieving socio-political, economic, cultural, and ecological sustainability in the USA. It is critically important that community and institutional leaders grasp the widespread constancy of white supremacy ideology; their conditioned investment in the ideology, and begin to imagine how to collaborate with others to dismantle it. This day-long workshop will offer participants tools and practices to assess & disrupt how the values and ways of being of white supremacy ideology operate their institutions. Download a flyer here Register Now →




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