CURRENT SERVICES & PROGRAMS
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SEE BELOW A SUMMARY OF ALL ONGOING SERVICES & PROGRAMS AT WOODFORDS.
FOR DATES, TIMES, LINKS, CONTACT INFO, ETC, PLEASE REFER TO THE EVENTS CALENDAR PAGE
Weekly Sunday Morning Worship
Join us on Sunday mornings at 10 am for worship in our sanctuary. If you are on our email list, you will receive worship details ahead of time. If not, you can find those details in our Events Calendar or the homepage.
Woodfords Church has an Worship Service approximately once a month focused on children and families. Join us for these family-friendly worship services. These services include youth participation, messages from our favorite Sunday School teachers and a sermon. The services are a collaborative effort among Woodfords Congregational Church, Williston-Immanuel United Church and State Street Congregational Church. If you would like to participate, don’t hesitate to reach out to Emory Burke at email@example.com. She loves including your creative ideas, pictures and voices.
Weekly ChairYoga - PrayerYoga
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Join us for a gentle and contemplative hour of centering, chair-based yoga, and community check ins. All you need is a stable chair and some comfortable clothes. Everyone is welcome! The Zoom link is provided in the Events Calendar.
Weekly Spiritual Direction
Group spiritual direction is a process in which people gather together on a regular basis to assist one another in an ongoing awareness of God and of themselves. This group is currently at capacity at this time, but please contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested should we set up another group.
Monthly Book Club
The Woodfords Book Club meets monthly (usually on the second Wednesday at 3 PM) to discuss a book chosen by the group. Contact Teri Coviello at email@example.com if you are interested in joining the group. We are open to participants of all ages.
Monthly Bible & Spirituality Conversation Group
This group meets once or twice a month and is self-directed by its participants. Please let us know if you are interested in joining. Depending on the timing, there may be capacity to welcome new members to the current group, and if not, we are always open to forming new groups if there is enough enthusiasm.
Monthly Woodfords Women's Group
This group meets once a month to share a meal and conversation. Please let us know if you are interested in joining an upcoming gathering.
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Faith and Racial Justice Conversation Group
Woodfords’ racial justice conversation group invites everyone to participate in its dialogues about racial justice in America. Participation in prior conversations is not necessary; there are no prerequisites for joining us other than an interest in getting together with other learners and conversation partners. Details of the conversation focus for each date and zoom links are provided in the Events Calendar.
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Woodfords Has a Facebook Group
Looking for an additional way to stay in touch with your Woodfords family during these days of social distancing? We’ve set up a Facebook Group to promote connection among members of the Woodfords Church Community. It is a place to not only strengthen our relationships with the Holy and one another, but also to talk about our experiences, support each another, build hope, and receive inspiration. (And let's not forget the importance of sharing spirit-lifting, humorous videos of cats, dogs, and other favorite animals -- humans included!) To access the group, CLICK HERE.
Join a Worldwide Circle of Prayer
WCC members Brigitte and Gail Bartolucci-Gingrich have started a worldwide circle of prayer, and they invite
everyone to join in. Here’s a note about the initiative from Brigitte and Gail:
"We started a prayer circle as a way of connecting with loved ones in France who have very limited access to technology. At noon EST each day, we pause to pray the Lord’s Prayer. In the last few days, the circle has begun connecting people around the world. It has expanded to people praying across the States, in Europe, in Singapore, and we hope in many more places. There is much power in prayer: As Jesus said, “For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.” (Matthew 18:20, NRSV). Even if virtually! Prayer gives us all a sense of connection and peace, and we invite everyone to join in this prayer circle."