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“Hope?” Luke 19:28-40

“I tell you, if these were silent, the stones would shout out.”

Luke 19:40


Christians throughout the world this Sunday celebrate Palm Sunday beginning the journey with Jesus to the cross, and beyond.  Hope is so important, especially these days; hope for better things to come, hope for good health, hope for a return to a new norm. The people who lined the streets to welcome Jesus to Jerusalem had hope, though it was somewhat misplaced. The Jesus they hoped for was not the Jesus they received; ultimately though the Jesus they received offered not just hope for today but hope eternal. The hope that God offers through Jesus cannot be silenced, no matter what earthly influences would discount the joy of believing.

Psalm 121 proclaims “I lift my eyes to the hills—from where does my help come? My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth.” That is the hope that calms the sea of doubt and soothes times of uncertainty and pain. And when our hope begins to fade, the very Holy Spirit of God will intercede for us, will pick us up and bind the wounds of our heart.  Give thanks and cheer for the One that gave all for you; celebrate the One who “neither slumbers nor sleeps.”  Know that you are loved; you are God’s beloved and God will never let you go, no matter the journey you find yourself on today. Turn to Jesus; “draw near to God and God will draw near to you.” (James 4:8) Thank you Jesus for your never-ending love; our hope fulfilled.

Rev. Tom Joyce, pastor

Fields United Methodist Church



Worship Update: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, worship will be on-line only for the month of January. We want to do what we can as a church to “do no harm,” keep people safe and at the same time stay in relationship with our community and most importantly with God. God is good and will provide. Thank you for your grace; we will journey through this month together,
strengthened and upheld by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
We do monitor weekly the Lorain Department of Health for updates. Moving forward, we will continue to livestream our
Sunday morning 11:00 worship service as we have for the past several years and are providing the “phone-in” and “drive-in” options for listening to the service if saints do not have internet access.

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
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!
If you wish to join us in person,  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 platforms below

Please join us on Sunday on our webpage:  www.fieldsumc.org (click livestream), FaceBook: www.facebook.com/fieldsunitedmethodistchurch, or Youtube:  www.youtube.com/user/fieldsumc/videos.





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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