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3/5/23 Sunday Worship



SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE The Second Sunday of Lent March 5, 2023 9:30 AM

Dear FUMC family in Christ, How are you doing my friends? I pray that all of you are well in Christ. I want to invite all of you to the sanctuary to worship God. At the same time, I want you to recognize God's gifts in the building. Do you still remember that when we pray for new people? God sent us New Life Korean UMC and Life of God Church. We, three congregations, are trying to build up to ministry. The Spirit of God inspired us to use "One Church Ministry" at 1 Church St, one of our physical addresses. By God's grace, we now have a much closer relationship. We share our resources and ministry. If you want to know what they are. Come and join the worship. You will experience God's gifts through the One Church Ministry. Many blessings, Rev. Dong Hyun Choi



Click Here to join the Virtual Worship Place. 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


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