The Havre de Grace United Methodist Church, a congregation with a proud history and a bright future, invites you to worship and fellowship with us. Our beautiful facility, located at the intersection of Union and Congress Avenues in historic Havre de Grace, has served as a community cornerstone of faith for more than 100 years.
All of our buildings are closed until further notice due to concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19.We will be live streaming our services on our Facebook page each Sunday at 10:00 AM during this time.
If you aren't able to tune in, don't worry - the recorded sermon will also be uploaded on our YouTube channel every Sunday afternoon in addition to the livestream at 10:00 AM.
Click here for daily devotionals from the Upper Room. Upper Room staff will be posting a live morning prayer on their Facebook page every day at 12:00 PM EST. Additionally, the Upper Room's Prayer Wall is available for posting prayers and praying in response to the prayers of others.
Commitment Cards can be found on the Stewardship page along with an update from the Stewardship Committee.
Electronic Giving: It's fast, easy, and secure. Support the work of our church through a donation made electronically. Have your weekly or monthly contribution debited from your checking/savings account and transferred directly to the church safely and electronically. You'll never have to remember your checkbook again! Major credit cards are also accepted. Click here to access instructions for performing electronic giving.
A Community Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service will be held on Tuesday, November 24 at 7:00 PM at Hopewell United Methodist Church, via Zoom: Dial 301-715-8592; Meeting ID: 890 2686 0306; Passcode: 982255.
Donations to support the Susquehanna Ministerium, which sponsors this service, may be mailed to: P.O. Box 567, Havre de Grace, MD 21078. Donations of non-perishable food (i.e. canned soup, boxes of rice or pasta) for the Grace Place Ministry may be left in the blue bin outside the Church Office. For more information, call 410-914-5276.
The Christmas Angel Tree Ministry will be somewhat different this year due to health reasons. You may drop off unwrapped gifts with tags attached at the Church Office M-F from 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM, and there will be two evening drop-off dates:
- December 6 between 3:00 - 6:00 PM - December 9 between 4:00 - 6:00 PM
PLEASE DROP OFF GIFTS AT THE CHURCH OFFICE NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 9TH.
The gift tags are displayed on the door to the right of the church's main entrance - as tags are taken down, they will be replenished. In lieu of gifts, monetary donations may be made by writing checks to the Havre de Grace United Methodist Church - just write "Angel Tree" in the memo line. This outreach benefits students of Havre de Grace area Elementary schools, who will receive the donated gifts on Christmas.
Grief Share:Our Grief Share facilitators, for health and safety issues, have decided not to resume in-person Grief Share groups at this time, BUT THERE IS HELP AND HOPE! Grief Share is being offered online - simply visit GriefShare.org, insert your zip code in the "Find a Group" box, and a listing of churches appears.
From there, just choose a church and click on its dates. You will then have the option to send an email or call the contact person listed for the participating church; he/she will then contact you with the information on how to sign up for the online program. Presently, Harford Community Church is meeting online, Sundays at 12:00 PM. The program runs through September 6. (Remember, one can join at any time, as one session does not build upon the next.)
Pleasant View Baptist Church meets online on Mondays at 6:00 PM beginning August 10 through November 9. Haven Community Church, in North East, MD, is transitioning to in-person sessions beginning Monday, August 10 at 6:30 PM running through November 9. Grace Community Church plans to have online sessions starting Wednesday, September 2 at 7:00 PM. This group will run through December 9. Remember, God IS with you and He WILL walk with you on your journey from grief to joy.
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