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to know, love, and serve

Jesus Christ.


TV Ministry

CNS Channel 6

Sunday at 10:00 a.m.

Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday at 9:30 p.m.

Medicom Channel 96

Sunday at 10:00 a.m.

Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday at 11:30 p.m.


Facebook Lives

7:00 p.m. Daily Live Prayer Time


Video Album

Worship Service Videos

Bible Study 

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Welcome to Hand Memorial UMC! We hope you will find all the information you need here to visit our congregation. We have returned to in person worship at 11 am on Sunday mornings, with safety precautions. Please see the videos posted about these instructions. If you are not able to attend services in person, please join us through this website or on Facebook. 


The first Sunday in October and the first Sunday in November have common themes in the life of the church. The first Sunday in October is World Communion Sunday. We celebrate that God invites All of God’s children to gather around the Lord’s Table in a wonderful family meal. The first Sunday in November is All Saints Sunday. The Sunday closest to November 1st is All Saints Day. This year they are one in the same, because November 1st falls on Sunday. All Saints Day is when the church remembers all those Saints that have finished their course and outran us to the Father’s House in the past year. 

In the year that is 2020 both these Sundays have even more significate than usual. World Communion Sunday will be the first time we have celebrated Holy Communion since March of this year. All Saints Day will include remembering all those beloved children of God in our world that have passed away from Covid-19. 

These special Sundays are moments of celebration, memories, and God’s family gathered together. Any time we gather around the Lord’s Table we acknowledge the Great Cloud of Witnesses that are with us in Spirit as they fellowship at the heavenly banquet table. All Saints remembers the newest Saints to become a part of the Great Cloud of Witnesses. Jesus is the one who invites us to the Table and at the Lord’s Table there will always be more room and enough food no matter how many family members are present. We celebrate with those gathered, remember those that are gathered with us in Spirit, and rejoice that we will all be gathered together again one day. 

We invite you to join us at the Lord’s Table. Jesus has saved a place for each one of us. 


God’s Grace & Peace, 

Rev. Kathy

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