Returned to In-Person Worship
 July 4, 2021 at
1136 Main St., Somesville Village
Hybrid Worship - also online
Email somesvillechurch@gmail.com

for an invitation to join Zoom worship

Outdoor Worship on 3rd Sundays at 10:30 AM (June 20, July 18, Aug. 15, Sept. 19) on the Fernald's lawn behind the church. Masks not needed outdoors unless you are unvaccinated, according to Maine Public Health Guidelines.

"If you enter the Sanctuary for Worship, it implies that you are fully vaccinated for Covid." Face masks required in the sanctuary.
In this "Transitional Time": No congregational singing in-person, whether indoors & outdoors - we will be humming hymns,  except for a "hymn leader" up front (sorry - no vocal choir yet.) Choir has not yet resumed. Neither offering plates nor communion plates will be passed.   An offering plate will be at the back of the sanctuary, and/or continue to mail in your donations directly to the church. Individual communion servings will be available for communion (1st Sundays), and you may briefly lower your mask to eat & drink. We can't hug or even shake hands when we Pass the Peace, but continue to bow your head in respect. 



10:30 am Worship in Sanctuary & Online Zoom



3:00 pm Soul Rest

Zoom Online 



3:30 PM Bible Reflections - via Zoom and at the Alcyon Center

Thursdays- 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month:

9:30 AM Church and Community Friends 

5:00 PM Virtual Social Hour - via Zoom

The Mission Committee donates to local, state and national & international needs. SUMH helps support the MDI food banks, the Ellsworth Free Clinic, Island Housing Trust, Families First Community Center, Emmaus Center (homeless shelter), Habitat for Humanity, Hospice of Hancock Co. Beth Wright Cancer Center. 

Somesville Church 

10:30 AM May 22nd, 2022

Rev. Deborah B. Knowlton

"Lydia's Lead"

In-person and Online Service via Zoom

Music Director Christina Spurling
 Virtual Choir
Hal Hopson's "Gift of Love"


A Note from Fundraising: Our Spring Plant Sale and Breakfast will be on Saturday, June 4th – less than 5 weeks away. To help us start preparing for it, please consider dividing your perennial flowering plants, shrubs and herbs and pot them up so they will be ready for the sale. How about checking with your neighbors and friends to see if they have extra perennials to divide and donate. It is the right time to start seedlings of flowering annuals and vegetables at home and we would also appreciate donations of potting soil or seeds to use in our own mini greenhouse. More details relating to the breakfast part of the sale will be in the bulletin announcement page soon. If you have any questions, please contact Carmen Sanford (244-3668) or Dorothy Hartson (244-4304). Thank You.

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