Sunday Highlights of April 12, 2020

ANNOUNCEMENTS                                                                                  April12, 2020

Alleluia, Christ is Risen!


SUNDAY SERVICES / ON-LINE WORSHIP: Out of an abundance of caution due to the virus, Church Worship services will continue to be held on-line on Zoom. Please open the email sent each week from the church and follow the instruction for Zoom; and be sure to
print out the bulletin and announcements to enable you to follow the service. This week
with communion, you will need the bulletin printed to follow the responses.

EASTER ZOOM SERVICE: Alleluia, Christ is Risen! We are happy you joined us today to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on this Easter Sunday with our Zoom Service. If you are visiting our online service today, we invite you to join us again next Sunday. Special thanks to the Cartwright Family, and Max and Ryan Kalin, for their Special Music today.

TITHES & OFFERING: Even though we cannot worship together, the expenses of our church still continue. It is not just necessary, but also a fundamental part of your commitment to support it with your weekly tithes and offerings. There are three ways of giving:
1) on-line: through PayPal. This can be found on website,
scroll down to the “giving” button on the bottom right. This will direct you to PayPal and you can then make your donation to the church.
2) check: via us mail (pay to WUMC, send to 69 Main St. Woodbridge, NJ 07095)
3) cash: please insert your envelope in the mail slot which is on the parking lot side door

CORONA VIRUS: With the widespread outbreak of the corona virus, please be sure to take all necessary precautions. The best way of prevention is to avoid being exposed to this virus.

EASTER FLOWERS: Easter flowers can be picked up after service today at church until 1pm or call office to make arrangements during week

GENERAL CONFERENCE has been cancelled and will be scheduled for next year.

ANNUAL CONFERENCE has been cancelled and will be scheduled for Oct. 4th and 5th.