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Sunday, October 17, 2021

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Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Well-Being

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Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Well-Being provides the text and tools you need to address the topics of saving, earning, giving, spending, and debt, along with helpful strategies for achieving a sustainable financial life.

This exciting new partnership between Wespath and Abingdon Press draws on the expertise of United Methodist leaders across the connection through videos, a workbook, a leader guide and devotional materials. With study sessions for both pastors and laity, participants will explore money management from a Wesleyan perspective helping you reach personal financial goals as well as address life concerns.

The six-session course will meet on Zoom
Tuesdays 6:30 – 8 from September 21 – October 26.

To register for a participant workbook and daily devotions, email, call or speak to Robert Lewis (rdlewis@alumni.duke.edu / (804) 852-8476).
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+1 301 715 8592
Meeting ID: 844 3982 7550
Passcode: 185541

All are welcome!!

An Important Word from our Pastor

Friends, we all hoped that pandemic safety measures would be able to quietly slip away, but we are seeing the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus rear its head anew.  Charlottesville has now been classified by the CDC as an area of substantial community transmission, and they advise us that even vaccinated people should mask indoors in public again.  I know I’ve gone back to wearing masks in stores this week and you may have too.


Given that, at church council last night we decided that we should ask everyone at church to return to wearing masks and social distancing on Sunday, whether vaccinated or not.  While disappointing, this precautionary step will show how we continue to love and protect everyone, and helps prevent vaccinated people from spreading the highly-contagious Delta variant unknowingly.  It will protect unvaccinated people in our community , especially children, who are at risk of catching the virus even from a vaccinated person who may show no symptoms. 

We will continue to monitor the rate of community transmission, and seek to rapidly respond with the appropriate actions.  Thank you for your cooperation and patience, and your continuing faithfulness as salt and light within our congregation and the community beyond.