This week we spent time calling our shut-ins and at risk church members to check on them and discover the needs that this difficult time has created. All of these people were cared for because of your generosity. That is why we are asking you to give today to allow us to continue addressing these needs. Give online or mail your tithes and offerings to
P.O. Box 403 Reedsville, WV 26547.  
 Vacation Bible School dates have been changed to August 10-14.  

We will be doing a drive through VBS this year. Watch this page or our Facebook page for updated information.
Please register online to participate so we may get an accurate count of supplies needed.

URE_July-August2020_compressed.pdf  July-August Upper Room now available in PDF for you to read online, download to your device, or print for you reading pleasure. 

Worship will continue to be live streamed on Facebook Sundays at 11 am in addition to our limited in person worship services.
On Jun 19, 2020 Reedsville United Methodist Church will turn 112 years old. This church building stands as a testimony of the congregation's faith and continues to welcome current and future generations into the House of the Lord. We, as a congregation, challenge ourselves to step out of our "comfort zones" to proclaim the name of our Lord, so that future generations may have the opportunity, the same opportunity that was given us by a community of faith in 1908, to "Celebrate Christ." Won't you consider joining us in joyous celebration each week in Worship, Sunday School, Bible Study and other small groups and fellowship time.
Sunday Service Guidelines:
Click here to read Governor Justice guidelines.
Phase 2: Beginning July 1, 2020
Opening according to Governor and CDC Religious and Funeral Home Guidelines.   Gov. Justice reported Wednesday that the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) has identified six church-related outbreaks since the beginning of the pandemic. Three of the outbreaks remain active at this time. They are associated with churches located in Greenbrier, Ohio, and Boone counties. The total number of positive cases associated with the outbreak in Greenbrier County is now up to 34, with three of the individuals currently hospitalized. A total of 104 congregation members were tested. The total number of positive cases associated with the outbreak in Ohio County is now at five, with two of the individuals currently hospitalized. The total number of positive cases associated with the outbreak in Boone County is now at eight. “Church is absolutely our most sacred ground,” Gov. Justice said. “But please, you have got to wear a mask, you have got to sit every other pew. And if people aren’t doing it, for crying out loud, step up and say something.”
Beginning July 1, 2020 we will reopen our Adult Sunday School Classes. Masks and social distancing is still required at this time. Children's Church and Nursery are still closed at this time.
We realize that these guidelines may be restrictive and somewhat inconvenient. However, they are needed and necessary at this time. We thank you for your support and cooperation in following these guidelines. Please know that guidelines are subject to change as Governor Justice changes executive orders. We will try to stay up to date on all guidelines. Please watch Facebook and our web page for updated information. Thank You Pastor Bob and the Worship Team
Reg Service will be 11:00 – doors open at 10:30
For Your Individual Safety and Ours, we will practice these guidelines.