December 2022 Calendar

December 2022

 
December 1  
  9:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
10 a.m. Tim’s Place
10:30 a.m. Nominations Meeting
3 p.m. Advent Study (Zoom)
December 2  
  10 a.m. Missions Meeting
December 3  
  🔭 8:30 a.m. All-Church Visioning Retreat
December 4 United Methodist Student Day
  Second Sunday of Advent
✝️ 10 a.m. Worship Service
11:15 a.m. Advent Study
December 5  
  8:30 a.m. Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study
9:30 a.m. Women’s Bible Study
11 a.m. Blood Drive
December 6  
  3 p.m. Book Study (Zoom)
December 7  
  9:15 a.m. TOPS
9:15 a.m. Breakfast with Kathleen Charters (Zoom)
4:30 p.m. Trinity Singers Practice
December 8  
  9:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
10 a.m. Tim’s Place
3 p.m. Advent Study (Zoom)
December 9  
  9:30 a.m. TLC
December 10  
  🎄
December 11  
  Third Sunday of Advent
✝️ 10 a.m. Worship Service
11:15 a.m. Advent Study
December 12  
  8:30 a.m. Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study
9:30 a.m. Women’s Bible Study
11 a.m. Blood Drive
December 13  
  9 a.m. Blood Drive
2 p.m. SPRC Meeting
3 p.m. Book Study (Zoom)
December 14  
  9:15 a.m. TOPS
9:15 a.m. Breakfast with Kathleen Charters (Zoom)
4:30 p.m. Trinity Singers Practice
December 15  
  9:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
10 a.m. Tim’s Place
2 p.m. Trustees
3 p.m. Advent Study (Zoom)
December 16  
  10 a.nm. Food Bank Christmas Food Boxes Distribution (TUMC Parking Lot)
December 17  
  🎄
December 18  
  Fourth Sunday of Advent
✝️ 10 a.m. Worship Service
11:15 a.m. Advent Study
December 19  
  8:30 a.m. Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study
9:30 a.m. Women’s Bible Study
December 20  
  3 p.m. Book Study (Zoom)
December 21  
  9:15 a.m. TOPS
9:15 a.m. Breakfast with Kathleen Charters (Zoom)
4:30 p.m. Trinity Singers Practice
7 p.m. Longest Night Service (St. Luke’s Episcopal Church)
December 22  
  9:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
10 a.m. Tim’s Place
10:15 a.m. Dementia Support Group
3 p.m. Advent Study (Zoom)
December 23  
  Church Office Closed
9:30 TLC
December 24  
  Christmas Eve
🕯️ 3 p.m. Candlelighting Service
December 25

Christmas 🌟

  ✝️ 10 a.m. Worship Service
December 26  
  Church Office Closed
8:30 a.m. Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study
December 27  
  🎄
December 28  
  9:15 a.m. TOPS
9:15 a.m. Breakfast with Kathleen Charters (Zoom)
December 29  
  9:15 a.m. Morning Prayer
10 a.m. Tim’s Place
December 30  
  🎄
December 31  
  New Year’s Eve
Upcoming in January  
  January 3 – Tim’s Place to meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays
January 7 – Memorial Service for Dick Rauum
January 15 – Human Relations Day (offering)
January 19 – Hospice Grief Recovery begins
January 21 – Port Angeles Symphony Chamber Concert
January 31 – Powerful Tools for Caregivers begins

Happy New Year!

December 29, 2021

From Pastor Joey

Happy New Year!

Am I the only one astonished that it will soon be 2022? I do give thanks for our blessed Advent and Christmas Season and the many, many people who served to make the worship meaningful during this challenging time.

The first of the calendar year signals the time of Epiphany. In the Christian church, the Season of Epiphany is much more than just an “ah-ha” moment. It is the time of the celebration of the manifestation of God incarnate as Jesus Christ. One event of epiphany is the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child. During the visit, these Gentiles knelt down and adored the child.

Through the month of January, I will be using another symbol of the season, Light! The beautiful beginning of the Gospel of John proclaims of the Word:

“What comes into being in him was life,
and the life was the light of all people.
The light shines in the darkness
and the darkness did not overcome it.” (NRSV).

Winter can be for many, a time when the darkness gets us down. I am choosing the Gospel of John for the entire month of January to focus on Jesus who proclaims, “I am the light of the world.” As a community of faith, I invite us to focus on the God of love and the many ways that he brings light to us when we are down. Along with Sunday service, I am asking that each of us read the Gospel of John during the month. Along with the reading, Marian is sending a link from Adam Hamilton and Church of the Resurrection so that you can participate in his Bible study on the gospel. As we worship, study, and pray together, I hope that each one of us will be renewed by this amazing Gospel and its message of Jesus, the Word made flesh who lives among us.

Worship During January

January 2 — John 1:1-18 The Light Shines In the Darkness
January 9 — John 4:7-30 A Spring of Water Gushing To Eternal Life
January 16 — John 8:1-12 Stone Throwing
January 23 — John 12:1-8 Anointing
January 30 — John 20:11-18 The Garden

As we continue to be and become God’s light for the world, let us celebrate the power of His love to comfort and change a very darkened world.

Prayer Concerns that we have

  • For those who continue to go through physical struggles, those who are dealing with cancer, or other health situations. For those who are emotionally feeling lost and alone.
  • For those who haven’t been vaccinated yet; for all those who are ill from the Covid-19 virus; for those families who have lost loved ones to the virus; and for essential workers.
  • For peace in our country.
  • For Katherine Parker, missionary to Nepal.

Singing Hallelujah When You Get Discouraged

December 16, 2021

From Pastor Joey

Singing Hallelujah When You Get Discouraged

What do you do when you’ve gone from the heights of success to the depths of bankruptcy and depression? George Frederick Handel went from world fame and glory to being thought of as a has-been, old fogey. In his later life, project after project failed, and a case of palsy crippled some of his fingers.

Robert T. Morgan in his book, Then Sings My Soul, reports that “his troubles matured him, softening his sharp tongue. His temper mellowed, and his music became more heartfelt.” Then came a manuscript from Charles Jennens, a libretto based on various biblical texts.

Beginning August 22, 1741, Handel composed Messiah in twenty-three days.
“Whether I was in the body or out of the body when I wrote it, I know not,” Handel said later trying to describe the experience. At the opening in London on March 23, 1743, King George leapt to his feet during the Hallelujah Chorus starting a tradition that has lasted to this day.

A recitative early in the Messiah begins with this passage from Isaiah 40.

Comfort ye, comfort ye my people
Speak ye comfortably to Jerusalem
And cry unto her
That her warfare is accomplished
That her iniquity is pardoned
The voice of him
That crieth in the wilderness
Prepare ye the way of the Lord
Make straight in the desert
A highway for our God.

Pauline Olsen, our organist and musician extraordinaire, tells me that this declamation is setting the stage for the rest of the oratorio. And, so it is with Advent. The season starts with the knowledge that the world was groaning in travail, waiting for one to come to set all things right. God’s promise to bring comfort to the people is fulfilled in Jesus, Emmanuel. The time draws nearer and nearer when we can proclaim once again. “He is here! It’s a boy!”

Thanks be to God. May you know the comfort that comes from our Lord and Savior. Blessed Christmas to us all.

Prayer Concerns that we have:

  • For those who continue to go through physical struggles, those who are dealing with cancer, or other health situations. For those who are emotionally feeling lost and alone.
  • For those who haven’t been vaccinated yet; for all those who are ill from the Covid-19 virus; for those families who have lost loved ones to the virus; and for essential workers.
  • For peace in our country.
  • For Katherine Parker, missionary to Nepal.

Merry Christmas
Merry Christmas

Announcements for December 16 – 29, 2021

Christmas Eve Service Remote

For those who won’t be able to be in the sanctuary, the service will be on the Trinity website and YouTube (hopefully) by Christmas Day.

Holiday Office Hours at TUMC

The church office will be closed on December 24 and 27 for Christmas. We will close at 1 pm December 30 and will be closed all day December 31 for New Year’s Day. Pastor Joey will not be in the office from December 27 through 31. For pastoral emergencies during this time please call the church office.

Conference Connection

As our congregation wakes up from COVID-19, I have been noticing the need for renewed volunteers in several areas. Our sound tech group is especially slim. I contacted Rev. David Valera, Executive Director of Connectional Ministries, asking for help from the conference.

Tuesday, December 14th, Pastor Joey, Ken Lillagore, and Jim Stoffer met with David via Zoom. During the meeting, David began assessing the congregation’s needs for people, training, and most of all vision for this important ministry in our church. He and his team will continue to assess our needs and make recommendations for ways that the conference can offer support when he comes to Trinity next month. This resource is offered without charge (as David says—your apportionments at work!)

So here is the first recruitment call. Are there a few folks who are curious, ready to learn something new, up for a challenge? If you are someone who might want to work with David and Ken to serve on our tech team, please contact Pastor Joey, Ken, or Jim. (No tech experience required.)

I thank God for this new resource and for all those who serve in so many ways in our congregation.

Grace and peace, Pastor Joey

Holiday Food Box Distribution

Friday, December 17 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. We are grateful to know that we have enough volunteers already signed up to help. Another way you might consider helping would be to pick up/deliver food to someone (family member, friend, or neighbor) who does not have transportation.

Christmas Eve Offering to Benefit Nepal

Katherine Parker (stationed in Nepal as a missionary for the General Board of Global Missions of the UMC), has indicated that there is a great need for treatment (surgery/physical therapy, equipment, wheelchair-accessible ramps, toilets, and more) for the care and assistance of disabled people in Nepal. Any donation, large or small is greatly appreciated! If you choose to make a donation, please issue a check to TUMC, indicating “Christmas Eve” in the memo section. There is a display in our new Information Center (located just inside / left of the fellowship hall) that shares additional details, as well as biographical info on Katherine Parker.

Weekly Letter/Newsletter Update

There will be no newsletter next week due to the holidays. In January we will be going to two letters. Then starting in February we will be back to our once-a-month Circuit Rider. For those who have newsletter articles for the Circuit Rider, please submit them to the church office by email by the 20th of the month.

Sunday In-Person Services

Sunday services in the church are at 10 am. Current Covid Protocol: The following safety guidelines are still in effect: show your vaccination card (if not on file), wear masks; check-in when you arrive; practice social distancing and no congregational singing.

A Little Music!

Trinity has been given the go-ahead for singing from soloists and ensembles.

Let us all give thanks for this small step forward.

Safety Ministries

Welcome to our newest member of the Ad Council—Safety Ministries. The purpose of this committee is for the overall care of the congregation and the security of the building. It will provide oversight to the safety and security team already in place. The committee consists of Ken Lillagore, chair, and members Dave Croonquist, Laurie Kern, Jim Stoffer, Cynthia Zenner, and the pastor.

Women’s Monday Morning Bible Study

Our group has just completed our current book and we are taking a brief break. We will resume on Monday, January 10, 2022, at 9:30 a.m. Our next study book will be “Simon Peter — Flawed but Faithful Disciple” by Adam Hamilton. If you are interested in joining us, would like more information, or would like a copy of the book ordered for you, please contact Barb Parse (bparse@wavecable.com) or Jan Kreidler (janet2.kreidler@gmail.com). Books will be ordered on December 20th. Note: we social distance and wear masks!

Let’s give Trinity some TLC!

Come on out to Trinity TLC where we do light maintenance around the church while sharing in fellowship. We meet every two weeks, and our next meeting is Friday, January 7 at 9:30 AM for a couple of hours. We will be cutting grass (if needed), doing light maintenance and upkeep, doing jobs that need doing, and of course, having a cup of coffee and light eats. All are welcome! For more info, call Andy Pitts at 804-724-3401.

Helping in times of disasters

We recently have seen devastating disasters in the news, some fairly local, some within our country, and often some in other countries. If you would like to help by sending funds, you can issue a check to TUMC, writing one of these Advance Numbers in the memo section:

Pacific NW Conf. Disaster Fund — Advance #352
UMCOR US Disaster & Recovery — Advance #901670
UMCOR International Disaster Response — Advance #982450

The Sequim Food Bank

They are currently accepting feminine hygiene products and baby products. Also needed are cans and shelf-stable low-sodium soups, low-sugar cereals, macaroni and cheese boxes, and various condiments (i.e. ketchup, mustard, etc.). If you would like to donate any of the above items, you may bring them to the church and place them in the food container near the table at the front door. Note: Please donate only the items that are listed above. Thank you for caring!

Online Recorded Services

The Sunday service is being recorded and available online the next day, Monday.

TUMC Finance Report – Operating Fund

November Year-to-Date

Income $ 32,950.05 $ 286,570.82
Expenses $ 28,349.84 $ 288,122.80
Difference $ 4,600.21 ($ 1,551.98)

If you have any questions or comments, please contact Rena Blank, 360-683-2739, or Eva Lundstrom, 360-797-1613, Finance Co-Chairs.

Thank You for returning your “giving estimate” cards.

They helped your Finance/Stewardship Committee follow through with their commitment to producing a 2022 budget. We will not retain these as they were not intended to be Pledge Cards. Our one member to see them will now shred them.

Stewardship is more than tithing – especially in Trinity United Methodist Church of Sequim. Stewardship to us is our relationship with God, with Jesus Christ, and our relationship within our church. We want to support all our committees with new chairpersons and members who are “raring to go” with new ideas to fulfill their missions. This is the type of stewardship that is vital to the health of our church, our community, and even beyond.

Your Finance Committee

In Consideration of Others

As more people are becoming sensitive to fragrances, please avoid wearing perfumes and using scented lotions if attending in-person worship or meetings at TUMC. Thank you!

Home Maintenance Funds Are Still Available

TUMC Missions Ministry has funds available to help folks with necessary home maintenance projects. Please let your friends and neighbors know that this is not just limited to the TUMC congregation. It is truly “neighbors helping neighbors.” This might include basic home repairs, yard cleanup, ramps, grab bars, and other in-home needs. One household could receive one grant per year with a maximum of up to $500. Confidential requests will go through Lois’s Legacy. Contact Senior Ministries Office 360-683-4307 for further information.

Exposure to COVID

If you have been in the church and find out later that you were exposed to COVID prior to being here, please contact Jim Stoffer, 360-775-9356 or jamesstoffer@wavecable.com and the church office, 360-683-5367 or church@sequimtumc.org. There are steps and processes that we will need to take to ensure the health and safety of TUMC and our community.

Office Hours

TUMC Office hours are 9 am-2 pm Monday through Friday. Remember to follow COVID-19 protocols: show your vaccination card (if not on file); wear masks; sign in when you arrive; and practice social distancing.

Is Advent mandatory?

December 9, 2021

From Pastor Joey

Is Advent Mandatory?

The short answer is no—and in a way, yes! The liturgical calendar that we use today began to be developed in the Christian Church around the fourth century A.D. The church calendar as it is known today was developed in medieval prayer books. Dennis Bratcher in his article The Seasons of the Church Year writes, “The Christian church…has long used the seasons of the year as an opportunity for festivals and holidays, sacred time set aside to worship God as the Lord of life…The Christian Church year focuses on the life and ministry of Jesus.”

While observing the Christian year is not mandatory, it can be a powerful tradition, unifying Christians throughout time and geography. “By systematically remembering and re-experiencing the key aspects of the life and ministry of Jesus, we are refreshed, deepened and reconfirmed in our own faith and depth of understanding. And because we are not the same person with the same understandings from year to year, our experience of the Church Seasons is similarly different and deeper each year.” (From the East Congregational Church of Milton, Massachusetts)

The season of Advent is the first season of the Christian year—the time of waiting, expecting, preparing for the birth of Jesus which culminates on Christmas Eve. The spiritual significance of Advent can be that we go beyond our culture’s hype and frenetic energy and center on the message of the scriptures and carols to see anew the mystery of God’s promise of Emmanuel—God with us!

One of my favorite Christmas songs is The Advent Prayer by Allen Pote.

Come Holy Jesus, come to free us from our sin.

Come Holy Jesus and make us pure within.

Inspire each heart with illumined surprise,

Enkindle a flame anew.

Increase our faith and strengthen our lives.

Show us the joy of living our lives in you.

Let this Advent season be the time that we pray, come Lord Jesus, quickly come. Help us to continue to turn our lives toward God like flowers to the sun. Let us repent of our unfaithfulness and rejoice that God sends us this precious Savior!

Prayer Concerns that we have:

  • For those who continue to go through physical struggles, those who are dealing with cancer, or other health situations. For those who are emotionally feeling lost and alone.
  • For those who haven’t been vaccinated yet; for all those who are ill from the Covid-19 virus; for those families who have lost loved ones to the virus; and for essential workers.
  • For peace in our country.
  • For Katherine Parker, missionary to Nepal.

Announcements for December 9-18, 2021

Christmas Eve Service Remote

For those who won’t be able to be in the sanctuary, the service will be on the Trinity website and YouTube (hopefully) by Christmas Day.

Sunday In-Person Services

Sunday services in the church are at 10 am.

Current COVID-19 Protocol

The following Safety guidelines are still in effect: show your vaccination card (if not on file), wear masks; check-in when you arrive; practice social distancing and no congregational singing.

A Little Music!

Trinity has been given the go-ahead for singing from soloists and ensembles. Let us all give thanks for this small step forward.

Christmas Eve Offering to Benefit Nepal

Katherine Parker (stationed in Nepal as a missionary for the General Board of Global Missions of the UMC), has indicated that there is a great need for treatment (surgery and physical therapy equipment, wheelchair-accessible ramps, toilets, and more) for the care and assistance of disabled people in Nepal. Any donation, large or small is greatly appreciated! If you choose to make a donation, please issue a check to TUMC, indicating “Christmas Eve” in the memo section. There is a display in our new Information Center (located just inside, left of Fellowship Hall) that shares additional details, as well as biographical info on Katherine Parker.

Let’s give Trinity some TLC!

Come on out to Trinity TLC where we do light maintenance around the church while sharing in fellowship. We meet every two weeks, and our next meeting is Friday, December 10 at 9:30 AM for a couple of hours. We will be cutting grass (if needed), doing light maintenance and upkeep, doing jobs that need doing, and of course, having a cup of coffee and light eats. All are welcome! For more info, call Andy Pitts at 804-724-3401.

Sequim Community Aid Toy Give-Away

December 15, 9 am to 4 pm at Sequim Prairie Grange, 290 Macleay Road. Donations can be dropped off at The Co-op, Grocery Outlet or Starbucks.

Pacific NW Conference Disaster Fund

In view of recent flooding in Washington State, donations can be sent to the PNW Conference Disaster Fund by writing a check to TUMC, indicating Advance #352 in the memo section.

The Sequim Food Bank

They are currently accepting feminine hygiene products and baby products. Also needed are cans and shelf-stable low-sodium soups, low-sugar cereals, macaroni and cheese boxes, and various condiments (i.e. ketchup, mustard, etc.). If you would like to donate any of the above items, you may bring them to the church and place them in the food container near the table at the front door. Note: Please donate only the items that are listed above. Thank you for caring!

Holiday Food Box Distribution:

Friday, December 17 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. We are grateful to know that we have enough volunteers already signed up to help. Another way you might consider helping would be to pick up/deliver food to someone (family member, friend, or neighbor) who does not have transportation.

Online Recorded Services

The Sunday service is being recorded and available online the next day, Monday.

In Consideration of Others

As more people are becoming sensitive to fragrances, please avoid wearing perfumes and using scented lotions if attending in-person worship or meetings at TUMC. Thank you!

Home Maintenance Funds Are Still Available

TUMC Missions Ministry has funds available to help folks with necessary home maintenance projects. Please let your friends and neighbors know that this is not just limited to the TUMC congregation. It is truly “neighbors helping neighbors.” This might include basic home repairs, yard cleanup, ramps, grab bars, and other in-home needs. One household could receive one grant per year with a maximum of up to $500. Confidential requests will go through Lois’s Legacy. Contact Senior Ministries Office 360-683-4307 for further information.

Recycle Empty Inkjet and Laser Printer Cartridges

The recycle container for empty inkjet and laser printer cartridges and used cell phones is now in the church office. Besides helping the environment by recycling, the church is paid for every item donated. Thanks so much for your continued (or new) participation in this program!

Exposure to COVID

If you have been in the church and find out later that you were exposed to COVID prior to being here, please contact Jim Stoffer, 360-775-9356, or jamesstoffer@wavecable.com and the church office, 360-683-5367 or church@sequimtumc.org. There are steps and processes that we will need to take to ensure the health and safety of TUMC and our community.

Office Hours

TUMC Office hours are 9 am-2 pm Monday through Friday. Remember to follow COVID-19 protocols: show your vaccination card (if not on file); wear masks; sign in when you arrive; and practice social distancing.

Announcements for December 3 – 11, 2021

Christmas Eve Service Remote

For those who won’t be able to be in the sanctuary, the service will be on the Trinity website and YouTube (hopefully) by Christmas Day.

Sunday In-Person Services

Sunday services in the church are at 10 am.

Current COVID-19 Protocol

The following Safety guidelines are still in effect: show your vaccination card (if not on file), wear masks; check-in when you arrive; practice social distancing and no singing.

Online Recorded Services

The Sunday service is being recorded and available online the next day, Monday.

Notice for both Disciple classes

Our Joseph celebration will be Monday, December 6 at 1 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. You may bring Covid appropriate snacks!

In Consideration of Others

As more people are becoming sensitive to fragrances, please avoid wearing perfumes and using scented lotions if attending in-person worship or meetings at TUMC. Thank you!

Special Thanks!

My Dear Friends at Trinity,

Thank you so much for the lovely prayer quilt with all the signatures. I deeply appreciate your prayers for me as I begin a new round of chemotherapy. Your kindness speaks volumes about your care and loving concern.

May God’s blessings be with you, Fr. Bob Rhoads

Mike and I always enjoyed quilt signing Sundays. When two lovely ladies brought Mike a heart quilt, it was very emotional. That act of kindness also brought joy to not only Mike, but to his family. Mike enjoys wearing it around his shoulders. I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

With much love, Marion Griswold

Pacific NW Conference Disaster Fund

In view of recent flooding in Washington State, donations can be sent to the PNW Conference Disaster Fund by writing a check to TUMC, indicating Advance #352 in the memo section.

Let’s give Trinity some TLC!

Come on out to Trinity TLC where we do light maintenance around the church while sharing in fellowship. We meet every two weeks, and our next meeting is Friday, December 10 at 9:30 AM for a couple of hours. We will be cutting grass, doing light maintenance and upkeep, some summertime work, and of course having a cup of coffee and light eats. All are welcome! For more info, call Andy Pitts at 804-724-3401.

Sequim Food Bank

They are currently accepting fresh garden and farm produce as well as feminine hygiene products and baby products. Also needed are cans and shelf-stable low-sodium soups, low-sugar cereals, macaroni and cheese boxes, and various condiments (i.e. ketchup, mustard, etc.). If you would like to donate any of the above items, you may bring them to the church and place them in the food container near the table at the front door. Note: Please donate only the items that are listed above. Thank you for caring!

Holiday Food Box Distribution

Friday, December 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. We are grateful to know that we have enough volunteers already signed up to help. Another way you might consider helping would be to pick up and deliver food to someone (family member, friend, or neighbor) who does not have transportation.

United Methodist Student Sunday

United Methodist Student Day is one of six annual Special Sundays with offerings of the United Methodist Church. This particular special offering provides scholarships for qualified United Methodist applicants as they prepare for life in uniting faith with knowledge. You have another opportunity this Sunday to support the students. Should you decide to contribute, please write a check to Trinity UM, indicating “Student Sunday” on the memo line. Thank you for your consideration.

Home Maintenance Funds Available

TUMC Missions Ministry has limited funds available to help folks with necessary home maintenance projects. This might include basic home repairs, yard cleanup, ramps, grab bars, and other in-home needs. One household could receive one grant per year with a maximum of up to $500. Confidential requests will go through Lois’s Legacy. Contact Senior Ministries Office 360-683-4307 for further information.

Exposure to COVID

If you have been in the church and find out later that you were exposed to COVID prior to being here, please contact Jim Stoffer, 360-775-9356, or jamesstoffer@wavecable.com and the church office, 360-683-5367 or church@sequimtumc.org. There are steps and processes that we will need to take to ensure the health and safety of TUMC and our community.

Recycle Empty Inkjet and Laser Printer Cartridges:

The recycle container for empty inkjet and laser printer cartridges and used cell phones is now in the church office. Besides helping the environment by recycling, the church is paid for every item donated. Thanks so much for your continued (or new) participation in this program!

Office Hours

TUMC Office hours are 9 am-2 pm Monday through Friday. Remember to follow COVID-19 protocols: show your vaccination card (if not on file); wear masks; sign in when you arrive; and practice social distancing.