SOCIAL, NOT SPIRITUAL DISTANCE
Dear Church Family, In times of crisis, people of faith are drawn into community. It's where we find strength and comfort. In the midst of the COVID19 emergency, it perhaps feels cruel to be restricted from that means of grace. Let's practice social but not spiritual distancing.
For the time being, all worship, Bible study, pastoral care, and classes will be moved to a virtual platform. See below for worship opportunities and ways to connect.
Activities and Meetings are happening! Please contact the church office to join our weekly email list, or click here to learn more!
Bishop Thomas Bickerton's June 1, letter to the church titled "Are We Listening"? speaks about peace with justice, and love in the midst of times when it is so very easy to hate. Click this link for a complete reading of his letter.
Read this letter from Pastor Melissa Hinnen
in response to the Black Lives Matter protests.
Looking Ahead: Upcoming Worship
Hand in Hand, we the people of Park Slope United Methodist Church - black and white, straight and gay, old and young, rich and poor - unite as a loving community in covenant with God and the Creation. Summoned by our faith in Jesus Christ, we commit ourselves to the humanization of urban life and to physical and spiritual growth.
GRAB AND GO
AT 2 PM
RESTARTING JUNE 14
Volunteers are needed to make sandwiches and desserts! Bring fruit, snacks, drinks and other goodies to fill lunch bags that we will hand out at 2 pm on Sundays at our church garden gates.