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Lenten worship series

Lenten Worship Series:
Depths of Love

Lent is the annual observance of 40 days of reflection during the weeks leading up to Easter, including the Last Supper with the Disciples on Maundy Thursday, the death of Jesus Christ on Good Friday, and the in-between waiting space of Holy Saturday.

The church traditionally considers 40 days to be a manageable time to commit to a new rhythm of worship, justice, service, and study. This makes Lent is a popular settling for trying out new perspectives for 40 days as a manageable amount of time to commit to experiencing a new perspective.

UMCD News and Events

Fellowship

New Member Class

Pastor Michael will lead a class covering the basics of Methodism, how the modern United Methodist Church is pursuing our mission and vision, and how we are living these values

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Stories

Get to Know Patti’s Closet

Patti’s Closet provides new and used clothing (at no charge) to low-income, at-risk families with small children.

This ministry address a lack of resources for the needs of infants and toddlers

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Fellowship

Book Club for March 2024

The First Ladies by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray     March 17ᵗʰ Lombardo residence, 2pm The next book club will be Sunday, March 17th at 2 PM. It

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UMCD Featured Ministry

Get to Know Patti’s Closet

Patti’s Closet provides new and used clothing (at no charge) to low-income, at-risk families with small children.

 

This ministry address a lack of resources for the needs of infants and toddlers in our community.  Clothing banks have mostly adult clothing, and since children outgrow their clothing very rapidly during the first two or three years, the need is great.

  • Patti’s Closet is unique to our community, as currently there are no clothing banks for infant and toddler clothing.  Families should be able to have the basic baby necessities without having to forgo other necessities such as rent or utilities.
  • Patti’s Closet partners with other local churches and synagogues for donations and referrals for our community’s at-risk children.
  • Families are referred to us by Non-Profit agencies and Faith Communities who are already working with these families.
  • Patti’s Closet is strictly funded with donations from our church members and the local community.
  • A referral from a social service agency or Faith Community is required for parents or custodial grandparents to access Patti’s Closet.