Sunday Worship Service
Vincent United Methodist Church will gather for worship online this Sunday morning, June 21 at 10:00 a.m. on the Third Sunday after Pentecost. The service will be available for viewing on Facebook. There will be music and prayers. Rev. Gina Yeske will continue the sermon series entitled “Move Mountains” with the message “Mountains as
Opportunities.” Join us at 10:00 a.m. or view the service any time afterwards.

Pause for Prayer
There is a movement inviting people to “Pause for Prayer” at 7:00 p.m. each evening for all those being affected by the coronavirus pandemic – locally, nationally, and globally. Perhaps set a phone alarm and pause for a moment of prayer. There is power in unified prayer and a sense of connection as hearts are lifted to God for grace and healing.


“Reflection” Group Online

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The “Reflection” Small group is now meeting after church every week by video conference. The purpose is to reflect on the sermon and how to live out the message, and to be in fellowship with and pray for one another. The meeting is led by Win Shin on Sundays from 11:30-12:30 on Zoom. Contact the Church Office for more information.

“The Way of the Heart” Study Group Online
Vincent Church is having a study entitled “The Way of the Heart” based on a book by Henri Nouwen.  It is being held via Zoom video on Monday mornings at 9:30 a.m. The study will help participants learn to better connect with God through prayer, wisdom and silence. To participate, contact the Church Office for more information.

Care Kitchen Virus Hiatus
The Care Kitchen held on Saturdays at Vincent Church is suspending operations until at least August 31 due to the Coronavirus.

Vincent United Methodist Church is located at 100 Vincent Place (across from the library). It is handicapped accessible from the north parking lot. For more information, contact the Church Office at 973-667-5440 or visit the church website at www.vincentumc.org or on Facebook. All are welcome.