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  Join us for worship on our YouTube channel "Concord Wesley UMC (NH)" each Sunday at 10:30am. You can "chat" with us as we watch the service together offering your PRAYERS and praise. You can also request prayers emailing our Prayer Chain or join our Prayer MessengersIf you can't watch live on your computer, watch during the week on Concord TV, Channel 22 (new episodes appear each Tuesday): 
Tuesday        4:30 PM           Wednesday   2:00 PM
Thursday     10:30 AM           Friday            7:00 AM
Sunday          1:30 PM          Monday       10:30 AM
  You can also click here for our virtual welcome clipboard to indicate your PRESENCE and to keep in touch throughout the week or connect with us for the first time as a guest. 
  Share your GIFTS with Wesley! You're always welcome to give or tithe to our mission and ministries by check to Wesley UMC at 79 Clinton Street, Concord NH 03301 through this secure link on our website using debit, credit or PayPal or by texting a dollar amount eg. $100 to 855-938-4362! Follow the directions to enter your credit card information. You can also read more detailed directions at this link
Check out our website at under the "Go to Serve" link to join us in SERVICE in matters of social justice through our Jericho team breaking down the walls of inequality and division in society and more.
  Join us for virtual fellowship Sundays at 11:30 am where you can connect with others for small talk and WITNESS to your faith and share ways you've reached others with Christ's love during the week.
Here's the link we use every Sunday. 
Zoom Fellowship link. Meeting ID: 826 9124 7213  Password: Wesley
Phone: +1 929 205 6099   Password: 570260

ALL IN-PERSON EVENTS CANCELED for the immediate future. John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, summarized God's directives to the people in what he called “Three Simple Rules.” Wesley said that if we could “Do No Harm, Do Good, and Attend to the Ordinances of God (or, more simply, Stay in Love with God)” that we would be following God's plan for our lives.

Wesley United Methodist Church is standing  in the midst of this pandemic to do no harm. will not hold in-person worship services or resume meetings or other gatherings inside the church building until it is demonstrably safe to do so. Our Re-entry Team is working hard to ensure that we implement the safest practices for our eventual return. Once returning to in-person worship becomes viable, we will continue to offer livestream via YouTube and also televised services during the week. 

Click here to access the church calendar, including future meetings and events.

Barbara Ward 08/23
Joan Woodhead 08/23
Wendy Cailler-Dinnean 08/24
Richard Hart 08/24
Lorraine Schindler 08/26
Veronica Nugent 08/29
Joan Doucette 08/29

Find the addresses of our homebound members at this link to send a special card! If you don't have our participant directory, please email Jane Broadrick at this link to get a copy so that you can send cards, call to chat and text to keep in touch with all of your church friends. Pastor Cheryl lovingly encourages you to stay connected with your beloved community.

For the family and friends of our dear Ginny Gerseny who passed away this week
For Kathie Goodwin whose sister passed away this week from ALS
For those suffering with back issues
For Lynne Lemay's friends Lauren and Kris Moulton. A year ago Kris was in a motorcycle accident and he still has medical issues pertaining to that accident. He will be going to a Boston hospital to spend a week to see if they can get his seizures under control. He needs prayers of healing. His wife, Lauren, needs prayers of strength.
For those undergoing cataract and other eye surgeries
For those suffering with cancer, undergoing chemotherapy and radiation and having surgery
For those who have had falls and are recovering
For the physical and mental wellbeing of nursing home residents and staff, including Jill Savage's 91 year old father, Ray Carbiener, who is now in quarantine at his Assisted Living facility in Indiana due to an outbreak of the Covid virus among staff and residents there.
For the forward movement in dismantling systemic racism
For those who are enduring health problems
For those struggling with food insecurity
For those struggling with employment issues
For those isolated during COVID19 and for safety and wisdom considering re-entry
For those mourning the loss of loved ones
For those who selflessly serve Christ's mission
For those looking for a place where they are welcome and accepted for who they are
For our Jericho Team as we do the work of breaking down walls and welcoming those who have felt unwelcome in their homes, churches and society
For the Wesley leadership teams meeting next week: Lay Leader; Liquid Church participants; Building Use Team, Ad Board and Staff.

This Sunday, August 23rd, we will hear scripture from Exodus 1:8-2:10 (which you can read at this link), the story of Moses, a Hebrew baby boy, born under Pharoah's order of death, secreted in a basket in the reeds and drawn from the Nile. Rev. Cheryl L. Meachen will lead an exploration of this familiar passage from a womanist and liberation perspective. She will encourage us to see Moses deliverance through the water of birth and by adoption in his future, leading the Israelites to freedom through the water of the Red Sea. She will lead us in a prayer that we might act as midwives in the justice work before us today where immigrants seek the freedom promised to all of God's children.

Ken Gallager is our talented organist, Deborah Venator compiles and produces our video, Pat Neal is our liturgist this week, Christina Catino, our Director of Children-and-Youth Ministries will share a delightful children's message and Lynne Lemay has prepared slides with lyrics and prayers for you to follow along at home. Ben Greene directs the virtual choir compiling individual video recordings and Alan Schulte directs Electric Praise, compiling their lively music and setting it to video. Laura Fry will record the prayers you type into the chat screen and share them with our Prayer Chain.  CCLI License #2293792

August 23 -  Exodus 1:8-2:10
- Moses drawn from the Nile

August 30 - 
Romans 12:9-21
- Marks of a True Christian 

September 6 - ReconcilinMinistries Service

September 13 - Kickoff Sunday with Communion


You can also check out our archive of this week's service after it is aired, as well as previous services on our YouTube channel.


Monday Morning Quarterback

Bible study questions
from Pastor Cheryl
to continue studying the scripture from this week’s service at home.

Read Exodus 1:8-2:10 
(which you can read at this link)

This is the story of Moses, a Hebrew baby boy, born under Pharoah's order of death, secreted in a basket in the reeds and drawn from the Nile, saved and free. 
1. This week's passage begins referencing the end of Joseph's influence. Scratching the Surface: Who was Joseph? Trace his lineage back through the stories we've been sharing this summer. Who was his father? Grandfather, etc.? What is he remembered for doing? Going Deeper: What is the significance of  Egypt having a new king that did not know the Israelite interpreter of dreams? What parallels can you draw with the political scene today?

2. Pharoah ordered the death of newborn male babies. Scratching the Surface: What other scripture tells a similar story of a leader ordering infanticide? Going Deeper: Why is the killing of children perceived as more egregious than the killing of adults? In your own life, what type of threats have have prompted strong, even destructive feelings or actions?

3. Notice that Pharoah's order of death was by drowning in the Nile and that Moses was saved by placing him and retrieving him from that very body of water. Scratching the Surface: What other stories in the Bible discuss water as a significant character? What are the characteristics of water that make it an instrument of God's grace? Going Deeper: Our baptism uses water. What is happening in baptism that is demonstrated by the qualities of water?

4. Pharoah's daughter drew the baby from the Nile, saving his life. Scratching the Surface: Why would Pharoah's own daughter disobey him? How did she get away with it? Going Deeper: What is the significance of Pharoah's own family adopting the Hebrew baby, resulting in his being raised as an Egyptian prince? What role can you play in lifting the least, last and lost to their heaven-ordianed place as free and flourishing children of the Divine?
Pastor's Notes from Committee Meetings and Business
The SPRC met this week and fine-tuned the Admin Asst job description. We offer the following ad and ask that you encourage friends and family who might be interested to apply.

Wesley United Methodist Church, Concord NH seeks Administrative Assistant to work remotely now and possibly remotely, hybrid or in-person when pandemic is over. The successful candidate will work in close partnership with the lead pastor, both taking direction and proactively making informed decisions independently. Confidentiality, integrity and respectful interaction with congregation members is a must. The position requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Attention to detail, accuracy and technical proficiency in Word, Excel and Publisher required. Self-motivation and an ability to maintain an organized workflow is critical for this 20 hour per week position at $13.33 per hour. Tasks include timely design and production of a newsletter and publicity, managing calendars and databases and preparing correspondence. The successful candidate will collaborate in maintaining the welcoming and joyful environment of this inclusive organization. Email letter of interest and resume to
Ben Greene led a Virtual Choir Orientation this week. Our program year will begin soon with our first choir rehearsal on September 10th at 7:15 pm. ALL members are welcome to attend. The virtual nature of the work lends itself to more flexibility and we hope that you will join us. We meet via Zoom at this recurring link each week: Join Zoom Meeting at this link. Or Meeting ID: 862 5507 6232, Passcode: 156253, Phone: +1 929 205 6099
The Staff warmly invites you to participate in our September 13th Kickoff! Pastor Cheryl, Deborah and Ken will be visiting each household to record you singing, praying or just saying hi to be compiled in a welcoming video as we usher in the program year. Expect a call from Jane to schedule your time!
  Join me in a special moment of appreciation for Joan Beldin, Altar Guild chair, Trustee and Communion Steward for her constant devotion to the behind-the-scenes details that are so necessary in making the church run smoothly. Before the quarantine, Joan would spend many hours each week tidying pews, folding bulletins and many other vital tasks, always bringing a smile and a kind word. Thank you Joan for all you so capably do! 
Gratefully, Pastor Cheryl
  A group of committed leaders interested in seeing our church grow and thrive meet each week to develop a mission focus that represents who we are as disciples of Christ in the Concord community, and grow in vitality moving through COVID-19 and into the future reading and discussing the book Liquid Church together. Here are some questions from Pastor Cheryl and some participant responses to keep the conversation going. We'd love to hear your thoughts. Contact Pastor Cheryl to jump in.
Chapter 10 - A River Runs Through It
Then the angel showed me the river of the water of life, as clear as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb down the middle of the great street of the city. — Revelation 22:1–2

As we approach the end of our Leadership Retreat, reading together Liquid Church, we are setting goals for moving forward.

Goal #1 - Hold training sessions practicing how to share our faith by role playing and sharing real experiences.

Goal #2 - Hold training sessions for leaders to base our meetings and work on prayerful foundations, working with intention and direction.

Goal #3 - Discern the needs of Wesley members, binding each of us closer to community. 

Important Aims

A) Prayerfully examine how to retain guests past the 2nd and 3rd visit by providing the faith experience and opportunities for connection, ministries, and social justice they are seeking.

B) Create a culture that does not use insider language and DOES use intentionally warm and welcoming language

C) Get to know our city needs better and some of the needs that can use help. Have speakers from different agencies that meet some of these needs.

Long-term Explorations

I - Explore Building Use opportunities with an eye toward using our physical plant as a launchpad for mission and ministry and also generating income that will sustain that work.

II - Explore creating a satellite service or ministry in Concord. What would it look like? What is within our capabilities?
In any work or action taken by the church, it is imperative to have the buy-in and support of its members. 

Are these goals, aims and explorations things that you can get behind? Will you participate with your prayers, presence, gifts, service and witness? What ideas do you have to refine and enact these important initiatives? 

Contact Pastor Cheryl by email to share your thoughts.
Ms. Christina's Corner
Director of Children and Youth Ministries
Hello, wonderful Wesley families! Please take a quick moment to complete the short 5 question survey at this link for us to best serve you in our new Sunday School year while continuing our ministry from home!

Member Minute
Our dear member and friend, Ginny Gerseny passed away earlier this week. Several members have reached out with their loving memories. Since her funeral will be held in Ohio near the family home, let's celebrate her life by sharing those memories. 
Her son, Bob Gerseny reports that she passed away early Tuesday. He says, "One of the terrible aspects of Covid is the distance and separation but mom was well cared for at Presidential Oaks and I know members of Wesley saw her when they could. It was particularly difficult not being able to go to her.  Presidential Oaks prudently required a 14 day quarantine prior to entry and by the time it was clear that it was dire it was also too late. She was doing well and independent till about a month ago and then experienced a short downward spiral until she fell asleep Monday night never to awaken.  A service will be held, post-Covid, in Brecksville Ohio, our hometown and where family is." 

You are welcome to send your condolences to Bob via email at this link or by mail at 444 East Corcoran Ave. #506, Milwaukee, WI 53202.   
Belinda Forbes our missionary to Nicaragua shares, "Thank you, for sharing this news about Ginny's passing and while it is sad news, there is much to celebrate about her wonderful, now completed life. I was connected online with Wesley UMC a couple of Sundays ago and on the Zoom social hour we remembered Ginny and her incredible energy and commitment to service. On my 2016 itineration I was privileged to stay at her assisted living residence as a guest and she organized an afternoon tea in my honor. Then we went to Friendly's for dinner and an ice cream! Then last year she came out for my itineration visit to Wesley UMC. Her leadership for UMW has meant so much for me as a missionary, I am so grateful that our paths crossed.  Thanks, too, for the details about her life and love for the arts. She will be missed but leaves a wonderful legacy for us all." 
Nancy Fransen shares, "A wonderful lady to have known. So talented. She was a motivator to get things done. Always Kept herself busy. Ginny enjoyed socializing. She was an asset to our Wesley united Methodist women's group. Always there when we wanted a piano hymn played. She loved having a group sing as a end of a meeting.  Go now in peace. Go now in peace. May the love of God surround you...everywhere you may Go!.......God bless her family and friends. I am glad I was one of Ginny friends."

Barb Drotos shares, "This saddens me so. She was quite the amazing lady."
Michelle Fransen-Conroy shares, "Thank you for sharing this news. I had recently sent her a birthday card. I'm so glad I did that. 
 She was a wonderful lady. I enjoyed seeing her at events and would always give her a hug. She is the person who gave my son, Patrick, the idea for his Boy Scout Eagle Project of fixing up the pathway behind Pleasant View, from when Ginny lived there. He did his project in 2016 and he dedicated it to her. She also organized a ceremony at Pleasant View with the residents after he was finished with the project and had Patrick get up and speak about his Eagle project, and then she gave everyone ice cream treats to celebrate.
She also came to Patrick's Eagle Court of Honor ceremony and she got up and spoke at that. She said it was the first one she had ever been to, even though her son was an Eagle scout. She was very thrilled to be able to be there for it.
May she rest in peace."
Mike Monroe shares, "She lived a wonderful, full life. I will never forget my time with the Wesley Players. Rest in peace, old friend!"
Wesley members Ben Lemay and Megan Newhall have just completed a summer at Wesley without campers onsite but reaching out in new and loving ways to the youth of our district. Thank you Megan and Ben!

Photo credit: James Tresner
Mission and Ministry

Fifth Sunday Food Collection - Sunday August 30

We will be doing our Food Collection for Second Start’s Alternative High School in a different way during this time of social distancing. The Broadricks will have their car in the church parking lot with the trunk open from 1:30 til 3:00 on August 30th. You may bring your donation and put it directly into their car to be delivered the following week. The Alternative High School will meet in person at Second Start in September and will appreciate any single serving foods we can donate for the students. The economy of the pandemic has made the need greater than ever. If you are unable to bring your donation to the church on 8/30 you may deliver it directly to 450 North State Street any time.

Scouts Popcorn Sale
  This year, for the health and safety of our Scouts and supporters, we will be holding an online only Trail’s End popcorn fundraiser.  We will not be scheduling any store-front sales (called Show-n-Sells) or pre-ordering any popcorn.

All options, including the $10 caramel corn, are now available for online ordering. Some products have changed, or have been eliminated.  There is no more premium caramel corn with nuts, as Trail’s End is making their products more friendly to those with allergies. Butter microwave popcorn will come in a smaller box, and kettle corn is not available this year due to limited popping corn availability. There is a new flavor:  Blazin’ Hot popcorn.  Anyone brave enough to try it? Here is the link. 
  Dawn Sedutto, Popcorn Kernel, set up this special link ("Troop 86 WUMC") in order for the Wesley church congregation to go in and order some popcorn product to support their Troop 86 Scouts, in lieu of having our usual annual popcorn fundraiser "Show-n-Sell" event in the narthex in October this year. The popcorn credit from sales through this special link will be split up evenly amongst the Boy Scouts in Troop 86.
  We thank you, as always, for the ongoing support from our Chartered Organization, Wesley United Methodist Church! You are wonderful! ~ from Troop 86.

Here is the current Go Fund Me donation page for Family Promise. At the last Host Coordinator Meeting, it was suggested in light of the Covid-19 situation restricting the ability for congregations to rotate shelter for families, some might be interested in helping this way. We are currently are using funds each month for families to stay at the Rock ‘N Birch campground in Henniker. It is $600 per cabin, or $1,200 for our 2 families. This will likely continue through October. These funds are intended to be used for car repairs, registration or other direct family services. If you are interested, please click this GoFundMe link or check out our Facebook page. As always, we can never thank you enough for your help and kindness! Family Promise of Greater Concord

Morning Prayer with The Upper Room via Facebook Live, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11 a.m. (CT). These guided prayer experiences are archived so you may join us at your convenience if you miss it live.
A PDF File of the July/August issue of The Upper Room is available to our standing order churches. Because you are a paid subscriber, we want to provide this service to you since we realize many readers are currently reticent or unable to pick up their copy of the devotional guide because of the virus or closed church office.

Abbot-Downing Ministry News from Norma Kane
The need for disinfecting wipes, Purell, Kleenex tissues are highlighted – possibly masks all due to Covid-19.  Janet says “We really appreciate your (Wesley’s) willingness to help us out and I think, now more than ever, we can use it.” 

Perhaps early shoppers will be able to avoid empty shelves.  Now is the time to pick up the above items whenever you find them for sale.  Keep them at home until these items can be brought to the church for delivery to Abbot Downing.  As in the past, our A-D Team still plans to support the teachers, students and staff at Abbot Downing with the assistance of our congregation.  Galatians 6:9 “So let’s not get tired of doing what is good.  At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up.”

The Concord Homeless Resource Center welcomes the donation of items for immediate use. Here are the top needs:
·         Bottles of water (as public water supply is limited and it's getting hot!)
·         Paper "to-go" coffee cups (we distribute coffee in disposable cups outside)
·         $5 Gift Cards to local restaurants or Dunkin' Donuts
·         Bug spray ('tis the season)
·         Gauze, medical tape and large band-aids
Please contact us ahead of time before dropping items off just email
We know that there are some who need help with this new virtual world, setting up computers and phones to remain in contact with our beloved church community. If you NEED help or if you have the gifts TO help, please let the church office know at 224-7413 and we'll begin matching solutions!
This Week's Prayer and Scripture

Exodus 1:8-2:10


The Israelites Are Oppressed

Now a new king arose over Egypt, who did not know Joseph. He said to his people, ‘Look, the Israelite people are more numerous and more powerful than we. Come, let us deal shrewdly with them, or they will increase and, in the event of war, join our enemies and fight against us and escape from the land.’ Therefore they set taskmasters over them to oppress them with forced labour. They built supply cities, Pithom and Rameses, for Pharaoh. But the more they were oppressed, the more they multiplied and spread, so that the Egyptians came to dread the Israelites. The Egyptians became ruthless in imposing tasks on the Israelites, and made their lives bitter with hard service in mortar and brick and in every kind of field labour. They were ruthless in all the tasks that they imposed on them.

The king of Egypt said to the Hebrew midwives, one of whom was named Shiphrah and the other Puah, ‘When you act as midwives to the Hebrew women, and see them on the birthstool, if it is a boy, kill him; but if it is a girl, she shall live.’ But the midwives feared God; they did not do as the king of Egypt commanded them, but they let the boys live. So the king of Egypt summoned the midwives and said to them, ‘Why have you done this, and allowed the boys to live?’ The midwives said to Pharaoh, ‘Because the Hebrew women are not like the Egyptian women; for they are vigorous and give birth before the midwife comes to them.’ So God dealt well with the midwives; and the people multiplied and became very strong. And because the midwives feared God, he gave them families. Then Pharaoh commanded all his people, ‘Every boy that is born to the Hebrews you shall throw into the Nile, but you shall let every girl live.’

Birth and Youth of Moses

Now a man from the house of Levi went and married a Levite woman. The woman conceived and bore a son; and when she saw that he was a fine baby, she hid him for three months. When she could hide him no longer she got a papyrus basket for him, and plastered it with bitumen and pitch; she put the child in it and placed it among the reeds on the bank of the river. His sister stood at a distance, to see what would happen to him.

The daughter of Pharaoh came down to bathe at the river, while her attendants walked beside the river. She saw the basket among the reeds and sent her maid to bring it. When she opened it, she saw the child. He was crying, and she took pity on him. ‘This must be one of the Hebrews’ children,’ she said. Then his sister said to Pharaoh’s daughter, ‘Shall I go and get you a nurse from the Hebrew women to nurse the child for you?’ Pharaoh’s daughter said to her, ‘Yes.’ So the girl went and called the child’s mother. Pharaoh’s daughter said to her, ‘Take this child and nurse it for me, and I will give you your wages.’ So the woman took the child and nursed it. When the child grew up, she brought him to Pharaoh’s daughter, and she took him as her son. She named him Moses, ‘because’, she said, ‘I drew him out of the water.’

Photo Credit: Nancy Fransen

Call to Worship
by Thom Shuman
In a time of bitterness and pain,

God raised up Moses,
and changed the lives of a people.

From the shadow of death,

God raised up Jesus,
and changed the lives of all people.

In every time, and in every place,

God raises up witnesses,
people whose lives are changed forever.


Photo Credit: Dennis Broussard
Each week we'll feature a Wesley Mission, describing what it is we're doing to transform the world with God's love.
At Wesley, one way we express our faith is through the arts - music, dance, visual art. Each week we try to create a simple altar that reflects that Sunday's scripture and sermon message. If you feel creative and enjoy expressing ideas symbolically, then you might like to help with altar arts. We'd love to have your help! If you have questions or would like to volunteer in this ministry, please email Judy King at this link or call 276-0159.
Ray Ramsey is a young trans man who attended Wesley as a child with his parents. He attended Step Ahead Preschool. He is also a good friend to Pastor Cheryl. 

He sent this photo this week with the following note:

"This is the photo of the church I’ve been meaning to share with you. So long story short, in photography we had to take point and shoot film photos and then develop them ourselves in a darkroom, when I picked up one of our sheets of photo paper out of the dark room cabinet it just to happened to be the one piece of paper that had mistakenly already been preexposed slightly to light, this revealing a hand coming down to appear as though it is touching the church itself. Absolutely bone chilling."

Ray took this picture in high school. His path has crossed with Wesley several times over the years providing a reminder that we never know how some gesture or kindness will connect with someone.
Pastor Cheryl is available by phone, Zoom, Facebook messenger, text or email for pastoral support or to discuss church business. Set a time by emailing her at this link or by calling the church phone 224-7413 which is monitored remotely by volunteer Judy King. If you or someone who you know that needs help would like to apply for assistance from the Pastor's Discretionary fund you can initiate the process by filling out the application at this link. If you know of someone who would like to receive a print version of the eWeekly converted by Shoshanna Cone, printed by Judy King and mailed by Jill Savage, please let us know by calling 224-7413 or emailing the office.
 Join Byron Champlin again in the fall for virtual Adult Sunday School at 9:00 am on Sunday mornings on Zoom at this link.  Newcomers welcome!
Meeting ID: 824 9476 3383  Password: 817519  Phone: 1-646-558-8656
If you'd like to join other Prayer Messengers please contact coordinator, Norma Kane to volunteer. You may also forward your prayer requests directly to our prayer chain coordinator, Laura Fry.
While Wesley UMC is not meeting in person, we will be holding meetings and Bible studies via conference call and Zoom. Links can be found on our website and Facebook to all of our media. If you need help using any of these programs, please contact Paula Delbonis-Platt.
We've designed a plan to keep us in touch with one another. If you're not already connected and would like to hear from your church friends more regularly, please let Jane Broadrick know.
Participate in our virtual choir!
It's really easy! Your voice will be combined with others, just as when we sing together in person, so there's no need to be shy. You can listen to the hymn as many times as you want if it's not familiar to you. Watch this video tutorial by Choir Director Ben Greene. Download the audio of Ken playing each hymn and get the sheet music to sing the words by going to this directory and finding the folder for the week. Listen to the audio with earphones on one device (phone, iPad or computer) while recording yourself singing on another device. Send the audio file to Ben and voila! We'll make a virtually joyful noise to the Lord!! Give it a try!  

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