“The Church on the Hill with a Heart for All:
Learning, Loving, Sharing and Serving God.”
COME WORSHIP WITH US
INDOOR WORSHIP SERVICE begins at 8:45 AM in the Sanctuary. CDC guidelines are followed: masks are required, social distancing is observed. This worship service is also live-streamed on Youtube. We soon hope to add a stream for Facebook.
OUTDOOR WORSHIP SERVICE starts at 10:30 AM behind the Weller House, across the street from the church. This service is dependent on dry weather so check the church Facebook page for last minute cancellations.
One other option to encounter God through worship is Sermon by Phone. We provide an audio recording of each week’s scripture reading and message. To access Sermon by Phone, call 240-288-1302. The message is changed every Saturday evening.
Copies of the sermon are posted as a pdf to the church website each week. You can access the sermon page by clicking here.
AVAILABLE NOW: THE STORY OF WELLER UMC’S PASTORS
We have a book for sale that will help fund the Weller UMC Cemetery Association. The book is called The Pastors of Weller’s Church, From United Brethren to United Methodist. This book tells the story of a select group of individuals—the pastors who served this church from its founding in 1830 to the present. The book contains an introductory chapter surveying the lives of the pastors followed by a section with biographic sketches of each pastor who has served Weller. Where possible, photos of the pastors and their families are included. The book is in paperback with a plastic spiral binding.
The Pastors of Weller’s Church is on sale for $20 per copy. All proceeds go to the Weller UMC Cemetery Association fund for the upkeep of the cemetery.
To order a copy, contact the church office at email@example.com, or by phone 301-271-2802. If you are local, you can pick up a copy of the book during normal church office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:30 AM to 3 PM. PLEASE CALL FIRST TO MAKE SURE WE ARE IN. We will accept cash or checks made out to Weller UMC Cemetery Association. Checks can be mailed to:
Weller United Methodist Church
101 N. Altamont Ave.
Thurmont, MD 21788
By mail: If you would like to receive a copy by mail, please include your mailing address when ordering. Books are mailed via media mail through the USPS. The cost for one book plus shipping and handling is $25.58. Please contact the church if you want more than one copy and/or another mailing method. Books will be sent once payment is received.
Pay online: You can pay for a copy of The Pastors of Weller’s Church online at the church website. To do so, please follow these instructions:
1. Email or call the church and provide your name and mailing address.
2. Click here or go to the church website, wellerumc.com. Under the tab labeled “Give,” click on tithe.ly.
3. Select “Cemetery” from the drop down menu and fill out the rest of the information. The amount to give is $25.58 (includes mailing costs) for one copy of the book. (Additional copies will cost more, please call the church office).
4. We would appreciate it if you could cover the processing fees. To do so, please click the box marked “Cover Fees.” This will increase the price of the order by an additional $1.07, making the total cost $26.65.
5. Complete your order by clicking on the “Give” button.
Books will be mailed once payment is confirmed.
Take some time to get to know the men and women who have pastored Weller throughout the years, and help support the Cemetery Association in its ongoing mission to preserve the legacy of those who rest in peace at the Weller’s Church cemetery.
The upcoming weekend is Memorial Day weekend. We will observe Memorial Day with a special time of prayer in our worship service for those who gave their lives in the service of their country. This is also Trinity Sunday in the church calendar. This Sunday we remember and celebrate the God who is three-in-one and one-in-three. Our liturgy will help focus our worship on the reality of the Trinity in our lives and in our world. My message is called “The Spirit is My Witness.” It is based on Romans 8:12-17. If you’ve ever wondered what the Holy Spirit is up to, you find out right here. The Spirit is making a people for God by calling us together into one family. Children of the Living God, that’s who we are. What does it mean to be a child of God? Come and see this Sunday.