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Wesley UMC’s Vision Statement
We strive to quiet the conflict among all people by creating a compelling environment that fosters spirituality, community engagement, and social justice.
Wesley UMC's Inclusivity Statement
Persons of all races, ages, abilities, and sexual orientations are welcomed as full participants in the life and mission of this congregation.
United Methodist Church's Mission Statement
To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
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   Join us and be present for worship on our YouTube channel "Concord Wesley UMC (NH)" each Sunday at 10:30am or during the week on Concord TV, Channel 22. Let us know that you attended the service by clicking this link. New episodes appear each Tuesday at 4:30 pm and re-air on Wednesdays at 2:00 pm, Thursdays at 10:30 am, Fridays at 7:00 am, Sundays at 1:30 pm, Mondays at 10:30 am.

  Request prayers by email from our Prayer Chain at this link. Join us for fellowship via Zoom at this link.
Meeting ID: 826 9124 7213  Passcode: Wesley

  Give or tithe to Wesley's mission and ministries by check to Wesley UMC at 79 Clinton Street, Concord NH 03301 or visit this secure link on our website to use your debit or credit card. 
  Find opportunities to serve our neighbors in need and imagine ways to witness your faith below or on our website. 


HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Norman Lemay 03/29
Makayla Landers 03/29
Kelly Smith 03/30
Richard Lessard 03/31
Elizabeth Parker 04/01
Laura Fry 04/01
Nancy Sycamore 04/02
Donna Osborne 04/04


- For Al Sidney who has now been diagnosed with blood cancer.
- For Arline Little who has been transferred to a rehab center;
- For Safiya Wazir and her family upon the loss of Safiya's father, whose graveside service was held this past week;
- For those killed and those who love them in the Boulder CO grocery store shooting
- For Bill Broadrick, diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer
- For Bethlehem Bible College suffering from effects of the pandemic both from the loss of tourism and the virulent variant strains of COVID.
- For Wesley's ministries: Family Promise, Concord Coalition to End Homelessness, Abbot-Downing School, Second Start Alternative High School;
- For our children and youth programs and our new Messy Church offering;
- For Dick Kipperman's granddaughter, Ken Gallager's mom Ann, Cindy Nix, Dick Hart's daughter Caroline, Larry Haynes;
- For Judy Daka's ministry in Zambia struggling with both malaria and COVID.
- For Belinda Forbes' dental ministry in Nicaragua.
- For our Bishop Sudarshana Devadhar, our District Superintendent Taesung Kang, our Pastor Cheryl Meachen, our staff, our volunteer church leaders and each member and friend of Wesley.

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.


This Palm Sunday, March 28th, we will hear scripture from Matthew 9:1-8 by 
Ben Venator and our theme will be Holy Wholly. 


Rev. Cheryl L Meachen is our lead pastor.
Anne Roberts is her Administrative Assistant.
Christina Catino, our Director of Children-and-Youth Ministries will share a delightful children's message.
Deborah Venator compiles and produces our video.
Ken Gallager is our talented organist.
Ben Greene directs the virtual choir compiling individual video recordings.
Alan Schulte directs Electric Praise, compiling their lively music and setting it to video.
Jen Savoy is our intern from Boston University School of Theology.
Judy King and Myrna Evans design our altars


LONGTERM FORECAST
Each of our Sunday Services can be viewed on our YouTube Channel at 10:30 on Sunday

April 1 at 7pm Maundy Thursday (Bow Mills UMC YouTube channel)

April 2 at 7pm Good Friday on Wesley's YouTube: Electric Praise Contemporary Service, "The Hour Has Come."

April 4 at 6am and 10:30am Easter Sunrise outdoors at 6:00 am at Dimond Hill Farm with Bow Mills UMC;
and Easter service on Wesley UMC on YouTube with Hallelujah chorus directed by Ben Greene at 10:30am

April 11 - Guest Preacher: Seminary Intern: Jen Savoy - 
Romans 8:26-30

Easter Season - A worship series from Marcia McFee's Worship Design Studio called Dare to Dance Again


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.
All services are available on CCTV Channel 22 the Tuesday following the premiere air dates, as well.
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Join Pastor Virg of Bow Mills UMC and Pastor Cheryl and members of both congregations for this virtual Maundy Thursday service on Bow Mills' YouTube page

This virtual service is presented as a dramatic reading of the Passion story, paired with contemporary musical selections, which follows the journey of Jesus in the last days of his life on earth. As a continuation of the narrative according to the Gospel of Matthew, the service picks up at the anointing and progresses through the series of events that led to the betrayal, arrest, trial, crucifixion, death, and burial of Jesus Christ. 
Please join EP for this service on YouTube.

Join Pastor Virg of Bow Mills UMC and Pastor Cheryl for a meaningful Easter Sunrise Service at Dimond Hill Farm. Please wear masks and social distancing is required. 

Good morning, Beloved,

How terrible it is to learn of another mass shooting this week in a grocery store in Boulder CO. We mourn the victims. We pray for their families. But we must do more. We must all take part in the transformation of a culture that permits a mass shooting in Atlanta on March 17th and another in Boulder on March 23rd. The word humanity must not describe our propensity to sin, it must also describe our love and care for our neighbor.

When the White House went to lower its flags to honor the 10 people shot dead at that Colorado supermarket on Monday, staffers realized the flags were still lowered from the Atlanta shootings less than a week prior. According to the Gun Violence Archive, a nonprofit that tracks shootings in the US, there have been 103 mass shootings this year. To put that into perspective, March 23 is the 81st day of 2021. That means that on average there have been more than one mass shooting each day. (source)


Pray for Peace.
Study Scripture for inspiration.
Talk with your friends about these questions:

What peace might you bring in this world this week that can begin to transform this culture of violence? Who might you influence to move society to a safer stance on gun ownership?

You may have heard that New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has lifted the restriction of 50% worship capacity. It is important to note that the restriction of 6 feet between worshipers remains in place and for Wesley that means significantly fewer worshipers would be able to gather than normal. We also strive to include everyone, not excluding people based on our capacity or their vaccination status. Additionally, we continue to take into consideration other factors such as the CDC warnings and information shared throughout our New England Conference on best practices. Notably, we acknowledge the spring surge that seems to be taking place now, perhaps in light of spring break or COVID fatigue with people taking fewer precautions. We will continue to monitor the situation as we move towards in-person parking lot services this summer. 
The first such celebration will be held on April 25th at 1pm as we celebrate the end of our Boston University School of Theology Intern, Jen Savoy's time with us. There will be scripture, prayer and appreciation for all the work she's done as we send her on to her first pastoral charge. You will be invited to park in our lot like a drive-in theater and tune your radio to hear what is spoken from the steps.
We are wondering how people are coming with their vaccinations. If you are willing to share, please fill out our survey at this link or call the church office to say whether and when you've been vaccinated. The survey also asks a few questions about your comfort level with communion and other items that will affect our in-person planning. You can request to fill it out by phone with Anne if you prefer.
Plans are underway for our mid-May Plant Sale. Plan to buy your hanging baskets and veggie flats while supporting Wesley's mission and ministry. If you'd like to volunteer to help, please contact Theresa Beldin, our Fundraising Leader.
At our Ad Board meeting this past week, we were honored to receive a lovely letter and certificate (which you can read at this link) from our District Superintendent Taesung Kang for 100% payment of our 2020 Mission Shares. We express our deep gratitude for the bequest of  Jan Reynolds that made this possible back in January 2020. This year, because of COVID, the Ad Board chose to fully pay Fund 3 each month of the year, but to review our financial position quarterly to be sure we were on track to pay our bills before paying Funds 1 and 2. 

Our Mission Shares are calculated on a formula that takes our operating expenses into account and not the number of members we have. The amount we pay is based on each church's spending on local church ministry as compared with the same spending of all the other churches in our Conference. Specifically, it is based on the money our church spends, excepting what we spend on Capital Repairs, renovations and/or building programs, and what we pay in mission shares
. Mission Shares represent our commitment and connection to the Conference and the worldwide United Methodist Church. Just as we, as individuals, tithe to Wesley, Wesley, in turn pays Mission Shares to the Conference for its work in the world. An article on the Conference website expresses it well: 

"Historically, we are a covenantal and connectional church. Paragraph 112 of 1992 Book of Discipline reads: Let us simply state the connectional principle and its essential ingredients. The United Methodist connectional principle, born out of our historical tradition, many biblical roots, and accepted theological ideas, is the basic form of our polity, the way in which we carry out God’s mission as a people.

It is in essence a network of interdependent relationships among persons and groups throughout the life of the whole denomination. It declares that our identity is in our wholeness together in Christ that each part is vital to the whole, that our mission is more effectively carried out by a connectional life, which incorporates Wesleyan zeal into the life of the people. Connectionalism is the very heart of United Methodism. At the heart of our denomination is the belief that the work of individual churches in making disciples of Jesus Christ is magnified through our coming together as a connected people of faith. In particular, this principle is the cornerstone of our system of financial giving we refer to as Mission Shares."


Fund 3 is the portion of our Mission Shares that pays health benefits for retired pastors, spouse and survivors, as well as disabled clergy pensions and the salaries of our Bishop, District Superintendents and Programs. It provides equitable salary support for churches that are unable to pay the minimum salary and it supports the ministry of the administrative boards, agencies and staff, as well as conference financial management and legal services.

Fund 1 is the portion that funds World Missions, that is, World Service Fund supporting ministries, programs and mission work in this country and around the world. It also contributes to the Black College Fund supporting eight historically black colleges; Africa University Fund in Zimbabwe; the Ministerial Education Fund supporting clergy education locally and nationally; the Interdenominational Cooperation Fund which works with other Christian bodies and interfaith agencies.

Fund 2 is the portion that funds New England Missions including our Nicaragua and West Angola covenants; our Campus Ministries; Youth ministries and our camping sites including Wanakee, Mechuwana, Aldersgate and Rolling Ridge. This fund also supports our Congregational Development Office which helps new church starts, town and country and urban committees in developing ministry in those areas. It supports our Parish consultant network, as well as the Diversity / Inclusivity concerns and six state Councils of Churches, the Asian and Hispanic Commissions and our Native American Ministries and the Board of Laity in their work.

It is important to know that the Conference creates a budget each year to determine how fully we can support these concerns and relies on our giving to meet that budget. Wesley has very little direct giving to mission. Most often we have special drives to fund special mission projects as pass-through so our Mission Shares to the Conference represents an important component of our missional identity in supporting those missions underwritten by Funds 1 and 2.

Wesley's Ad Board felt comfortable enough about our financial position at the end of this first quarter to vote to pay half of our commitment to Funds 1 and 2 (acknowledging that we have paid Fund 3 fully), although there was significant conversation about our desire to fully pay our commitment out of our faith and faithfulness.

If you feel compelled to help us fully fund our Mission Share commitment, we welcome your contributions so-marked by mail at 79 Clinton Street Concord NH 03301 or at the giving page of our website.

We are very grateful for your faithfulness to our mission and ministry even during this very trying time. There are wonderful ministries happening and even though we can't lay hands on each other we have certainly laid our hearts out toward our neighbors by supplying towels and blessing bags to the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness and cameras and thermometers to the Abbot-Downing School. We've provided money for a trip to Second Start Alternative High School and continue to provide food and funds to Family Promise. Small groups, prayer and study groups continue to meet. We continue to worship together thanks to beautifully created services by our talented and dedicated staff that also have created and delivered treats on various occasions throughout the year.

This Easter season is a time of deep gratitude for all God has done and is doing in our lives and we express that appreciation through our prayers, presence, gifts, service and witness. We invite and encourage you to consider a special financial Easter gift to Wesley by mail at 79 Clinton Street Concord NH 03301 or at the giving page of our website as a celebration of the resurrected Jesus, the one who showed us that life prevails over death and love over hate. Thank you.

Pastor Cheryl
Rev. Cheryl L. Meachen

Enjoy A Moment of Grace, the short video devotional on our Facebook page or YouTube at this link with Pastor Cheryl each morning of Lent on the topic of healing, as well as the paper devotional prepared by seminary intern Jen Savoy based on Marcia McFee's series and distributed to you in the Lenten packet. You can begin any time!

The CCEH Corner

March 28, 2021

News, News, and more exciting news!  Our little corner is just bursting with good news this week. 

BLESSING BAGS
Over this Lenten season you have been putting together blessing bags for the guests at CCEH. Pastor Cheryl will will dedicate our donations this Sunday morning during the Palm Sunday church service.  Pastor Cheryl will be dedicating 68 blessing bags from WUMC. That’s right—68 BAGS.  We are excited to be delivering these bags to to CCEH on Tuesday. Thank you everyone for using this season to make a real difference in the lives of others.

AN EXCITING UPDATE ON SPONSORSHIP
Our sponsorship status changed this past week. With another generous donation, we have received $750 total towards sponsorship.  However, we recently received a letter from CCEH thanking us for our sponsorship but explaining that we missed the deadline for the Souperfest. CCEH suggested they use the donation for sponsorship of the upcoming Talent Show at the bronze level ($250) and then sponsorship of the Bluegrass BBQ at the silver level ($500). Sponsoring two events in one year makes WUMC a "Pillar of Support." Since the donations all go to support CCEH, we agreed to this change.  So watch for the acknowledgment of WUMC sponsorship of the Talent Show on May 1st at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage and the Bluegrass BBQ on July 24th from 11am-5pm at White Park.  So many exciting things are happening at CCEH this year, including First Church, their new building, being converted into more apartments this summer. Wesley will help make all these plans a reality. 

Click here for more information and to register to audition for the Talent Show on May 1 and here for more information and tickets to the Bluegrass BBQ on 7/24. 

EXTRA NEWS
This has been a blessed week indeed.  We also received 16 bath towels, two wash cloths, two containers of coffee,  plus numerous snack and toiletry items.  We hope the children enjoyed helping with our mission and would like to offer a picture of Emma, Anne Roberts' daughter as she filled her blessing bag. 

A big thank you once again to everyone for your generosity and participation in your WUMC mission.  And thank you for keeping this mission in your prayers.
Family Promise Help Needed!

Wesley’s folks are scheduled to provide meals or grocery gift cards from March 28th to April 3rd! The program currently has two Moms, both with little boys who are staying in the parsonage of Henniker Congregational Church. Here is how you can help: send your cash donations or grocery store gift cards to the church office, OR if you would like to provide a meal, contact Ruth Engel to schedule a time for pick-up and delivery to Henniker. Your support is appreciated!
Here are two short videos of moms in the program saying thank you:
watch here and here.
Spiritual Formation and Education




Monday Morning Quarterback Bible Study



Weekly questions from Pastor Cheryl to continue studying scripture 
from the worship service at home.


Read Mark 11:1-11

1. The story of Jesus' Triumphal Entry to Jerusalem is a familiar and joyful one on Palm Sunday. Why is it important to have this celebration of Hosanna, "Blessed is the One who comes in the name of the Lord" at the beginning of Holy Week?

Read John 13:1-17, 31b-35

2. We celebrate the story of Jesus washing the disciples feet and the last supper on Maundy Thursday. How has it felt not to celebrate communion in person during COVID? What have you missed most? How will you feel when it looks different due to hygienic concerns when we return?

Read John 18:1-19:42

3. Good Friday is one of the holiest days of the year and incredibly important to celebrate. Going from the shouts of Hosanna on Palm Sunday to the shouts of Hallelujah on Easter Sunday--skipping across the mountaintops of joy--skipping the dive into darkness of Good Friday and Holy Saturday would deprive us of the true understanding of the depths of suffering and darkness Jesus suffered and the wonderful significance of the resurrection--the victory of life over death/love over hate. What lessons might that darkness have to teach you this year?
Adult Sunday School Starts Study of 1 Thessalonians and Galatians
Newcomers welcome! At 9 a.m
 What’s the first book of the New Testament?  Most of us will quickly answer the Gospel of Matthew.  But what is the first book that was written? That’s a different question. And a different answer!
  We hope to see you on March 14! Join Zoom at this link. 
Meeting ID: 863 3723 2049  Password: 003935  Phone: 1-646-558-8656
Ms. Christina's Corner
Director of Children and Youth Ministries

Sunday School Zoom at 10:00 am each week on Zoom at this link
Meeting ID: 726 9853 8230  Passcode: Sunday
Youth Zoom at 1:00 pm each Sunday at this link
Meeting ID: 736 0199 3984 - Passcode: Youth


It was so fun, we're doing it again! Messy Church 2 premiers TONIGHT Friday, March 26th, 2021 at 6:00pm on Wesley’s YouTube Channel! Check out this website to see what it’s all about, here! If you missed our first Messy Church, check it out HERE! This is a fun, once-a-month, family fun, fellowship building time for our church and greater Concord community! Meet us on Facebook and YouTube and have some Friday night family fun! Invite and share with your friends, this is for ALL ages!  (Want to help with a future event? Let Ms. Christina know!)

Youth Mission Work This Summer: Things are still very fluid at this time all around our community and world… We’ve got several ideas on the “launch pad” but are still awaiting more directives, conversation, and insight into how things are going to look moving forward!

Pictures Wanted! Send in pictures of your Lent paper chain or of you completing some of the activities! We miss you!

💗Thank you!! 
Ms. Christina

Music Ministry
 Virtual Choir Rehearsals 
All are invited to attend Thursdays at 7:15 pm. We meet via Zoom at this recurring link each week: Meeting ID: 779 7127 5619 Passcode: 9M6QX9. 

The choir will continue to sing Anthems and hold rehearsals through mid-May and everyone is welcome to join us as we continue to record hymns throughout the summer!
Reconciling Ministries Network
 PRN and UMATI have planned three virtual sessions designed for parents and loved-ones of LGBTQ persons to expand learning and provide space for conversation. 

If you'd like to register to attend any of the sessions, please CLICK HERE

From the RMN Facebook page:
God of love,
Heal our impossible pain. Give us improbable wisdom.
with the Spirit as our medicine, may we bind each others' wounds.
Give us an empathy wide enough to hold the intersections between violence against Asian women, the murder of Black trans women, the exclusion of LGBTQ people in the Church, and so much more violence exhaled in this one week.
Living Our Best Lives


Charcuterie Tray

Are you making a traditional Easter dinner this year? Let us know here. Or are you thinking about something else? A Charcuterie tray can be a fun way to accommodate everyone's tastes.

Please send photos and the thoughts provoked by your Lenten worship materials to Anne.

Members' Corner

Nancy Vigue is moving and is looking for a home for her cat, Lulu. She is a wonderful cat. Lulu is older but healthy. She is shy at first, but friendly when she gets to know you.  She is ok with other cats but doesn’t like dogs. Lulu is declawed and up to date with shots. Please email Nancy.
This Week's Prayer and Scripture

Matthew 9:1-8

And after getting into a boat he crossed the water and came to his own town.

Jesus Heals a Paralytic

And just then some people were carrying a paralysed man lying on a bed. When Jesus saw their faith, he said to the paralytic, ‘Take heart, son; your sins are forgiven.’ Then some of the scribes said to themselves, ‘This man is blaspheming.’ But Jesus, perceiving their thoughts, said, ‘Why do you think evil in your hearts? For which is easier, to say, “Your sins are forgiven”, or to say, “Stand up and walk”? But so that you may know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins’—he then said to the paralytic—‘Stand up, take your bed and go to your home.’ And he stood up and went to his home. When the crowds saw it, they were filled with awe, and they glorified God, who had given such authority to human beings.

Opening Prayer of Confession

Leader: We have approached confession each week in Lent in such a way that we lay bare the brokenness in order to begin the process of healing. Along the way we have acknowledged our need to restore our own Holy Vessels while attending to our role in the healing of the community and the world. The work of healing will continue as we integrate all we have learned with all that we will do moving forward. For now, we remember how hard it is to move from thinking to doing. Let us pray:

Forgiving God,

We have opened ourselves to healing and sometimes it is easier to pray nice prayers than to do the hard work of putting into action what needs to happen. Help us remember the sacred nature of the holy vessels that we are, fragile and susceptible to shattering and yet capable of transformation. Help us to see ourselves as you see us. Help us to believe in our ability to change and heal as you believe in us.

Help us, Healer.
Show us our strength.
Forgive our inertia.
Move us to move
one step at a time toward greater care.

In this silence, we sense and acknowledge our yearning for wholeness.

Save the Date - May 22, 2021 - 10 am - 12 pm
Resource Day with Leonard Sweet 
"Deep and Wide" hosted by the Granite District, Clergy and Laity are encouraged to join in this online session. Details and registration link HERE

There’s a fountain flowing deep and wide.” What will it take to free those rivers of baptismal water again to become founts of blessing and renaissance for your church? The signs of God’s stirrings are all around us. How can the church read the signs and open its creative floodgates to allow the sluices of heaven to flow freely, and the waters of the Spirit to quench the thirst of this TGIF (Twitter/TikTok-Google-Instagram-Facebook) and Covidian culture.

     For my people have committed two evils:
     They have forsaken Me,
     The fountain of living waters,
     To hew for themselves cisterns,
     Broken cisterns,
     That can hold no water. (Jeremiah 2:13)

 We will travel together simultaneously deep (local) and wide (global).


Apply now for NEAC scholarships

United Methodist adults and recent high school graduates pursuing undergraduate education are invited to apply for a scholarship from the New England Conference for the 2021-22 academic year. Deadline to apply is April 30, 2021. Learn more and get the application forms here.


Enter the 2021 Laity Address Challenge

The Conference Board of Laity is pleased to invite all laypersons in the New England Annual Conference to enter the Laity Address Challenge to have an opportunity to give the Laity Address at the 2021 Annual Conference. The 2021 Annual Conference will be held online June 10-12. The Laity Address will be pre-recorded. The specific date/time of the Laity Address broadcast has not been set. 
Our Annual Conference theme is “Building Beloved Community.” Our guiding scripture Psalm 137:4 NIV: "How can we sing the songs of the LORD while in a foreign land?” The address must use those as its theme. The address should be 15-20 minutes long. Entrants must submit a written copy of their entire proposed address along with a video of themselves delivering the first five minutes of the address. The deadline to submit your proposed address and video is May 7, 2021.
For more information on how to submit your entry or to ask any questions about entering the challenge, please email Co-Associate Conference Lay Leader Joan Farrar or call 978.582.4670.


Join the 2022 Holy Land pilgrimage

The NEAC Episcopal Office is planning a spiritual pilgrimage to the Holy Land from Feb. 14-24, 2022. Clergy and laity are welcome and encouraged to register! There is special pricing for recent ordinands and commissionees and their spouses as well as for clergy and spouses who are first-time pilgrims to the Holy Land. Learn more at this link.


Bishops cancel May 8 Special Session of General Conference

The Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church met March 22, 2021 and after much conversation, decided that it is “in the best interest of the church at this time” to cancel the virtual Special Session of the General Conference that was set for May 8, 2021. Read the press release.


2021 Annual Conference Session - Online June 10-12 


Equalization Members Needed for Annual Conference

If you are interested in being an equalization member please contact Phyllis in the District Office to be added to the list for consideration.


Understanding email scams affecting the church lately

Email scams are an inevitable part of living in a digital age. The most deceptive appear as inquiries, warnings or attachments from a trusted friend, colleague or organization like your local church. Imposters are tricking people to reveal contacts, confirm logins or reset personal information – UM Communications offers tips on how you can avoid being tricked. Learn more.

Community Offerings
Scam phone calls are on the rise! Here are two more websites that are recommended by the AARP.  Charity Navigator and Give.org (part of the Better Business Bureau) which have a search function where you can put the name of the organization that is calling you in and it will let you know if it’s a legitimate organization or not. 
The AARP also has some excellent dos and don’ts.  And if you need help looking up an organization before you donate to them feel free to contact Wesley's church office any time at 224-7413.

Mobile Food Pantries, Spread the word! Volunteer opportunities available. 
Email Ashley Moulton at NH Food Bank if interested.  
4/1/2021 Thu 11am-2pm Colebrook NH Liquor & Wine Outlet 16 Metallack Place
4/6/2021 Tues 11am-2pm Rindge Hannaford 752 US-202
4/8/2021 Thu 11am-2pm Gorham Chapman’s 459 Main Street
4/9/2021 Fri 11am-2pm Concord Lincoln Financial Group 1 Granite Place
4/13/2021 Tue 11am-2pm Laconia Lakes Region Comm. College 379 Belmont Rd.
4/15/2021 Thur 11am-2pm Littleton Hitchiner Building 24 Beacon Street
4/16/2021 Fri 10am-1pm Manchester Comcast 676 Island Pond Rd
4/20/2021 Tues 11am-2pm Claremont Runnings 403 Washington St.
4/30/2021 Fri 10am-1pm Manchester Comcast 676 Island Pond Rd
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 our Administrative Assistant, Anne Roberts. 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 please let us know by calling 224-7413 or emailing the office. You can also read Pastor Cheryl's occasional blog posts at this link.

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.

 
AMAZON SMILE
Last quarter $33.48 was donated to Wesley through AmazonSmile! If you shop on Amazon, please consider naming Wesley UMC as your designated Smile charity. AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible items purchased. Use this link to select Wesley UMC-Concord NH. Detailed instructions are available here. As always you are invited to support Wesley directly by mailing your gift to 79 Clinton Street, Concord NH 03301 or electronically at Concord WUMC.org/donate.
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