Evangelical Reformed Church, an open and affirming congregation of the United Church of Christ, will hold is 2021 Annual Congregational Meeting on May 1, 2022 in the Community Room and Zoom at 12 noon. The 2021 Annual Report may be read online or can be found in the back of the Main Sanctuary, Trinity Chapel, or at the annual meeting.
This Sunday, April 3rd, join us outside of Evangelical Reformed United Church of Christ at 15 W Church Street, as we protest and rally against the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill that was recently passed in Florida, and the many similar bills that are being proposed across the country.
5:00 p.m. – Making posters for the rally!
6:00 p.m. – Rally begins!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
This event has been organized by The Frederick Center, which exists to support and advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) people and our families so we thrive, accepted and affirmed, in the broader Frederick community. Visit http://www.thefrederickcenter.org/ for more information.
HOW TO LET YOUR LIGHT REALLY SHINE!
EXPLORING YOUR SPIRITUAL GIFTS
Zoom Discussions – Sunday, May 2 and May 9 – 7 p.m.
Led by Jeanellen Kallevang
Meeting ID: 884 2317 5369 Passcode: 473395
How to Let Your Light Really Shine! Have you Seen the announcement about the two Sunday night Zoom sessions on May 2nd and 9th at 7 p.m. called, “Exploring Your Spiritual Gifts?” Have you wondered what the discussions will really be about and how the topic pertains to you?
If you want to know now what your spiritual gifts are, take the 10 minute assessment to find out at: https://godgiftsyou.com/assessment. You will receive your results immediately. Please note that the assessment is part of a 6-week course that may be offered after the two May sessions if there is sufficient interest.
PRAYER VIGIL ON THE EVE OF THE USA ELECTIONS on Monday, November 2 , 7– 7:30pm
ERUCC will hold a prayer vigil on the eve of our election day on the front steps of the main sanctuary. The vigil will include time for silence as we hear the beating of one another’s hearts for peace. The only words spoken will be a brief welcome and an invitation to share in the prayer of St. Francis, “Let me be an instrument of thy peace.” Those gathered will be invited to sing, “Let There Be Peace on Earth.”
Candles will be provided. Masks are required and participants will be asked to maintain physically distancing.
The vigil will also be live streamed on the ERUCC Facebook page – Evangelical Reformed United Church of Christ.