In Person Worship 9:00am & 11:00am

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Worship Update:
 
We will have in person worship at 9:00am and 11:00am. We have limited number of seats available in the sanctuary and will overflow into Fellowship Hall to view the services remotely. Masks and social distancing are recommended. Doors will open no more than 30 min prior to services. Please enter through the Fellowship Hall doors.

Daily Devotional August 12, 2020

Jesus Along the Way: Words of Hope and Grace.                       By Pastor Tom Joyce

August 12, 2020

“So we can say with confidence, the Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid. What can anyone do to me.”   Hebrews 13:6

 

Every once in a while, we need help. Sometimes life can really get in the way of living life. Until this year, none of us have experienced a time of pandemic that has so radically changed how we live. Worship may be vibrant but it is certainly not the same as it was before March 8. Masks are everywhere. Store hours are limited, and the drive-thru line for ice cream has never been longer. Life has seriously been altered and it can be scary, and hard. Some things are easy to deal with, but then when heart ache, loneliness, isolation, and loss of all kinds start happening, we need help, and lots of it. During this time, and all the time, look to Jesus as your “helper,” your rock that will support you no matter what challenges may come your way. All along the way, there is Jesus, why be afraid? Life can be life, as people can be people, but the good news is, your help comes from the Lord, who created the heavens and the earth. Faith in Jesus Christ offers the reality of the presence of God even and especially in our times of greatest need. Someone once said that, “when God seems far away, God is the closest to us.” So where is this Jesus? Where is help when we need it most? Jesus works through those that we encounter along the way; the kind voice of a friend, witness of the faith of another, the helping hand of a neighbor, the unexpected gift or note that enlivens the soul. The things of the world come and go, but the love of God through Jesus the Christ is forever, and that is a long time. “Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not let them be afraid.”

Rev. Tom Joyce, pastor

Fields United Methodist Church




      

 

 
 
 
 
Pastoral Visits:
If you would like a visit or would just like to talk, please let me know. Please
call or text me at 330-416-1817, call the church office at 440-327-8753, or email me at
fieldsumcpastor@gmail.com. As always, I am available to pray anytime, just give me a call. I
am here for you and honored to be your pastor. God is good all the time!
 
Pastor Tom Joyce
 
 
If you wish to join us in person but are not ready to enter the building, you can worship from your car, tuned in to 88.5 FM or from the comfort of your home by tuning in to one of our online platforms below
 

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The ministry of Jesus Christ continues though Fields especially during this time. If you are able to give, here are a few options:

Online: www.fieldsumc.org  tap “giving”

Text:    440-319-3537

Mail:  Fields United Methodist Church

34077 Lorain Rd.

North Ridgeville, Ohio  44039

 

Thank you for your prayers and support.

 
 
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