On Sunday, August 7, those attending the 9:30 a.m. worship service of the Sudbury United Methodist Church will meet at Temple Beth El, 105 Hudson Road in Sudbury, about one-half mile northwest of the church. Worship services will continue at Temple Beth El through Labor Day in order for the renovation of the church building and grounds to be completed. Beth El’s hospitality in 2016 mirrors the hospitality members of Beth El received fifty years ago when their temple was being built. They held their Sabbath services at the Sudbury United Methodist Church during that time.
During August, our parking lot will be repaved with landscaping, lined spaces and lighting. Worship space in the sanctuary will be renovated and a new entrance and a spacious narthex added to the chapel. The kitchen is being moved and made new.
During August, Pastor Joel Guillemette will preach a series of sermons focused on the Apostles Creed, reminding us of the essentials of our Christian faith which we share with all churches around the world. On August 7, his sermon text is Hebrews 11: 1-3 and 8-16 and is titled “We Believe in the God of Our Forebears.” Special music will be provided by a brass ensemble. Summer Sunday School for preschool through entering fifth grade and childcare will be available at the same time as worship.
Even though our worship location is different during August, the worship service will be the same and you will be warmly welcomed by the congregation. If you have questions, please feel free to check in with the office at 978-443-4351 or email@example.com.