Sign up for In-Church Holy Week/Easter Worship Services
by calling TUMC, 360-683-5367 by next Tuesday, March 30:
- Maundy Thursday, April 1, 5 pm • Good Friday, April 2, 5 pm
- Easter Sunday, April 4, 9 am or 11 am
We are asking that only those who consider Trinity their church home (attended TUMC pre-COVID) make reservations, and attend the live services. The COVID safety guidelines will be followed: wear masks, social distancing, and have both your COVID shots by March 18. A copy of your vaccination is required to be on file at TUMC. Since space is somewhat limited we are unable to completely open to the public. We hope that our services will be filled to the maximum allowable attendance. Spaces are still available.
You can also view this week’s service, the Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter worship services on YouTube.
Just go to our webpage sequimtumc.org for a link to the service or to YouTube, where you then type in Sequim Trinity United Methodist Church in the search bar.
We thank you for your continued support of our ministries here at Trinity and ask that you mail your contributions to the church. Be sure to use our P.O. Box 3697 instead of our street address.
Please do not call or e-mail Pastor Brad or Dorothy during this time as he needs to rest. If you wish to send a card, please mail it to his home address. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the church office.
Is how we show our Christian love. Jesus tells us, “Feed my sheep” (John 21:17). Pastor Brad requests that people who want to help do so by offering radical hospitality. Since Pastor Brad cannot walk the line of cars offering coffee to people waiting for their vaccination and to the volunteers staffing the vaccination clinic, he would love to have others perform this act of hospitality. If you would like to help, contact Jan Kreidler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring arrives this month and our annual plant sale on Saturday, May 8 will be here soon! A few things you can do to get your plants ready to donate are dig, divide and pot your outdoor and indoor plants for the sale. For more information, contact Barbara Parse, 360-683-2113, email@example.com
UMCOR Sunday (formerly One Great Hour of Sharing) – March 28th:
Together we can reach children, families, and communities who have experienced devastation in the wake of disaster.
When disaster strikes around the globe—earthquakes, hurricanes, major floods, wildfires, etc.—so many of us feel helpless. How can one person make a difference in the wake of such widespread devastation? As responders around the globe scramble to help survivors, the United Methodist Committee on Relief, (UMCOR) is prepared to act. Together we can ensure that the United Methodist Church can continue to help by donating to UMCOR Sunday.
Our gifts to the UMCOR Sunday offering help cover operating expenses of UMCOR, allowing 100% of our designated donations to get to those who need help the most. For more information about UMCOR, go to: www.umcor.org.
Easter Drive through Dessert has been canceled:
Because timing does not seem right and interest in the Easter Dessert has been low, the decision has been made to cancel the event. Those who made an RSVP will be contacted directly, via email, or telephone. Thank you for understanding.
Save the Date for a Bible Study:
“Renewed: Finding Hope When You Don’t Like Your Story” by Heather M. Dixon. This class will meet in-person on Mondays at 3 p.m. and Zoom on Tuesdays from 1:00-2:00 p.m. for 4 weeks from April 6 to April 27, 2021.
In this four-week Bible study, we’ll explore the life of Naomi as told in the Book of Ruth. We will learn to flourish as we live out our hard stories and trust that God can transform them. We’ll trade our heartache for delight as we discover a God who rescues and redeems. For more information and to sign up for this class, contact Kathleen Charters by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 240-463-7598.
Check out the Education Page on our Website (sequimtumc.org):
It has been recently updated. Sermon discussion questions can be found on this page.
Update on Sequim Food Bank Distribution:
The upcoming food distribution dates through June are: April 28, May 26, and June 23. Hours for the volunteers are 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. If you would like to help with the food distributions, contact Jan Kreidler (360-681-5027 or email@example.com).
Access to the Church during Vaccination Hours:
Blake Ave is now open, but as you approach the church, you will be stopped by a Volunteer Police person. Simply let them know you are trying to get to the church for a meeting, he will wave you on by. Turn into the north entrance, drive by the skate park, and then go around the back of the church building. Parking is available. This is on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays – 9 am to 2 pm.
Church Attendance Requirements include Vaccinations:
Please note that as TUMC opens for on-site worship it is a requirement to have your two vaccinations and be past the two weeks following your second vaccination.
COVID-19 vaccinations for Clallam County residents:
Now eligible are:
Those 18+ and Clallam County Residents.
Registration will be in one-hour time blocks between 8 am and 1 p.m. each day. Once online registration is complete, a ticket with date and time should be printed and brought with you. Each person/couple in a vehicle must have a registration ticket.
This is a drive-through process. People stay in their cars. Check-in is here at TUMC in the parking lot. After completing the paperwork, people are directed to Carrie Blake Park where they will receive their vaccination. You may register online at http://vaccine.clallam.net/register or call 360-681-3447. More information is at jamestownhealth.org.