Summertime :-)

Lewistown UMC has lifted the restrictions we had in place for COVID so it is your choice to wear a mask or not. We continue to make ever effort to be sure that we have good air circulation and cleanliness. We hope you join us for worship at 9:30 am.

Holy Week

These are the services for Holy Week:

Maundy Thursday Service– 7:00 pm here on April 1st

Good Friday Service– noon at First Presbyterian Church on April 2nd

Easter Services- Sunrise 7:00 am here on April 4th and our regular worship time: 9:30 am.

Advent & Christmas Eve

We celebrate Advent with the lighting of the Advent candles preparing us for the arrival of Jesus on Christmas morning. Please join us for this preparation either by worshiping with us in person or following us on FaceBook.

Our Christmas Eve Service is at 5:00 pm.

Masks Mandated

Per the Governor’s orders, Fergus County now has 4 or more active COVID-19 cases so masks are mandated indoors. Please bring one from home or we have masks available. You can check the Central Montana Health District for updated case numbers. Thank you.

“Do no harm.” John Wesley

We’re starting up again.

We hope you are doing well and we have missed you. We have developed a re-opening plan and want to assure you that we will do everything in our power to keep you safe and healthy as we return to worshiping together again starting June 7th at 9:30 am. Feel free to wear a mask. We ask folks to sit 6 feet apart or in family groups. Pews have been taped off to help with the spacing. If you are feeling ill or vulnerable, please stay home.

Hope to see you.

Uncertain Times

Lewistown UMC is making every effort to keep folks safe and healthy during this COVID-19 outbreak. We have canceled worship services, Bible Studies, etc. until further notice. Please do not hesitate to contact the church or Pastor Brent if you have questions or concerns. We are here for you.

We aren’t created to go through extreme stress alone, so this is also a time as part of God’s family to care for each other. Here are two questions to keep asking yourself:

  1. What opportunities do I have to help others?
  2. What is overwhelming right now that I should ask someone for help with?

While it feels like there is a lot we can’t control amidst concerns over COVID-19, every one of us can make choices to stay healthy emotionally. Get adequate rest, do enjoyable activities, eat well, stay in contact with friends and family, stay active, employ coping skills that nurture your spirit, like mindfulness exercises or prayer.