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Join us for a great morning blend for spiritual renewal and affirmation of faith!
Contemporary and traditional style of Worship
Our MISSION is to proclaim the love of God.
Our VISION is a community of faith in relationship with the world through Jesus Christ, glorifying God as we reach out to people in love, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Our PURPOSE is to develop a community of spiritually mature believers, loving and nurturing all in the power of the Holy Spirit.
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Phone: 615-369-2334, Fax: 866-246-2516
The 9/20/20 video is posted on the facebook page.
The print version is on the sermon page.
We have the Sermon in print for Sunday Worship service on the Sermons Page.
Each Worship Service will be Video taped and place on our facebook page the following Monday (click on the facebook icon below or at www.facebook.com/Breckumc).
Please wear a mask if you wish.
There will not be coffee fellowship before the service.
Please remember to mail in your pledge, the work of the church still needs to go on. Thank you!
910 Main Street
Breckenridge, MN 56520
Address: 910 Main Street,
Breckenridge, MN 56520
Telephone: 218-643-5158 or 218-643-3128
Office Hours: Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Our Sunday Morning Schedule:
10:45 a.m. Worship Service
2020 Calendar for Pray and Action : EndHunger.org/ham
Sept. 13 - Isaiah 55 - For what are you hungering and thirsting for today? Spend time in prayer with today's reading.
Sept. 14 - Isaiah 58:6-11 - How is hunger an issue of justice? Consider the politics of food and hunger. Find your voice and be heard!
Sept. 15 - Matthew 4:1-11 - They say talk is cheap. put 1 cent in your coin box for every word you speak today. (Estimate of course!)
Sept. 16 - Matthew 6:7-13 - Put an amount in your coin box equivalent to what you spend on a loaf of bread.
Sept. 17 - Luke 11:5-8 - Put 1 cent in your coin box for every hour you slept this week.
Sept. 18 - Luke 12:13-33 - put 25 cents in your coin box each time you worry this week.
Sept. 19 - Matthew 7:7-11 - Pray for agencies in your community that feed the hungry.
Sept. 20 - Luke 14:15-24 - is there an area of your life in which you are refusing God's invitation?
Sept. 21 - John 6:1-14 - Skip lunch today and give the money you'd have spent to Society of St. Andrew instead.
Sept. 22 - John 6:22-34 - how are you working for the food that endures for eternal life?
Sept. 23 - John 6:35-40 - Give thanks today for Jesus, the Bread of Life.
Sept. 24 - Acts 2:43-47 - Consider how your faith community could be more like the Acts 2 community.
Sept. 25 - Romans 14:1-9 - Try a new food from a different culture today.
Sept. 26 - 1 Corinthians 10:23-31 - Serve a meal at a soup kitchen or shelter today for the glory of God.
Sept. 27 - 1 Timothy 6:6-8 - Put a gift in your coin box as a thanksgiving for the many blessings you enjoy.
Sept. 28 - Philippians 4:4-9 - Today, plan one way you will continue fighting hunger in the coming months.
Sept. 29 - Kings 17:12-16 - Where in your life are you experiencing scarcity today? Money, love, hope, time? Share some of what seems scarce today.
Sept. 30 - Genesis 18:1-15 - At your meal table today, set an extra place. To whom is God calling you to show hospitality?
Society of St. Andrew
- Gleaning America's Fields
Feeding America's Hungry
Dated May 29, 2020
The United Methodist Church of Breckenridge, Minnesota is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all our staff, volunteers, and visitors. To ensure that, we have developed the following Peacetime Emergency Preparedness Plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Church Council & Leaders are all responsible for implementing this plan. Our goal is to mitigate the potential for transmission of COVID-19 in our church and community, and that requires full cooperation among our staff, volunteers, members, friends and visitors. Only through this cooperative effort can we establish and maintain the safety and health of our church.
Policies in place:
Screening & policies for employees exhibiting signs and symptoms of COVID-19
1. Handwashing and/or sanitizer will be provided and maintained.
2. Respiratory etiquette: Cover your cough or sneeze—tissues are available.
3. Social Distancing: 6 feet apart, block off every two pews, ushers will guide in and out of sanctuary.
4. Regular housekeeping practices are being implemented; with frequent cleaning and disinfecting for high-touch areas, such as light switches, door handles, phones, etc.
5. Communications and training will be ongoing.