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Online Worship | Worship online at 8:15, 9:45, 11:15 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. this Sunday
Our office remains closed, but there is a staff person available to take your calls at 540-659-1349 between 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM during the week. Please let us know if you have any needs we can help with using the form below or by giving us a call. In case of a pastoral emergency after hours, please leave a message and a member of our Congregational Care team will reach out to you.
Prayers at Noon | Join Pastor Monica Monday - Friday at noon on Facebook Live for a short time of togetherness and prayer.
In addition to moving to online worship, we are suspending all other activities on the campus until at least June 10. During this time, our professional cleaning service has accomplished a deep clean of the inside of our facility and outside implements such as our playground equipment. Our office will remain closed, but there is a staff person available to take your calls. Contact us using the button below.
Many of us find ourselves struggling to find peace based on constraints due to COVID-19. The time we spend interacting with our loved ones could become strained because of the new stresses that we are experiencing. I would like you to know that you are not alone in these struggles. I am available to meet with you through a virtual meeting room. We can partner with the Holy Spirit to help you address what is on your heart and figure out the best course of action as we move forward. If you are interested in meeting with me, please contact me using the button below.
– Keith Priest
Our Christian Counselor, Kieth Priest, is hosting open conversation sessions every Tuesday and Friday at 3:00 PM via Zoom. It’s an opportunity for everyone to discuss how we are feeling about the current environment.
Email Keith using the button below to join the Open Conversation Zoom Meeting.
The Office of Stafford County Sheriff is offering support for elderly and at-risk Stafford County residents. With elderly citizens and those with underlying health conditions facing significant risks from the spread of the coronavirus, they will have deputies available to pick-up and deliver medicine and basic necessities to our elderly and at-risk citizens who cannot leave their homes.
If you or someone you know could use a helping hand, please contact The Office of Stafford County Sheriff at 540-658-4400.
Each of the four school districts has come up with plans to offer to-go meals to feed kids the breakfasts and/or lunches they may miss due to the closures. Below are links to more information for each school district:
Are you experiencing financial hardship due to the Coronavirus Pandemic? If so, we may be able to help. Ebenezer Church does not provide cash donations, but we can help you with your bills if you are falling behind or connect you with community resources for food or shelter. Please contact Tina by email using the button below or call 540-659-1349, to start the process.
At-Home Learning Activities from Stafford County Public Schools
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Prayers at Noon | Join Pastor Monica Monday – Friday at noon on Facebook Live for a short time of togetherness and prayer.
If you are not already giving in this way, please consider going to ebenezerumc.org/give to make your contribution to the ongoing work of Christ through Ebenezer. Your regular and consistent giving makes it possible to provide ministries such as online worship and other means to connect even when it may not be possible for us to be together in person. Thank you for your commitment.
Severe Blood Shortage, Donors Urgently Needed. Right now, eligible and healthy donors are strongly urged to make an appointment to provide lifesaving blood products to patients. Learn more about donating blood through the American Red Cross.
Learn more about how you can continue supporting S.E.R.V.E.
Share your passion for our mission during this time of need by hosting a Virtual Food Drive. Virtual Food Drives allow the Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank to purchase their most needed items.
Learn how you can help support our healthcare workers.
Per Gov. Northam’s decision, EUMC Preschool will close for the remainder of the year. Teachers will be emailing parents the lessons for the days that the children would be in school. They will continue with their monthly themes that are posted on their calendars. Teachers will also do some video lessons so the children can still see them.
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Visit the KidzRock page using the button below to get Sunday School lessons for your family to do together at home.
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Axis Bible Study
High School students can join us for some deeper time in the Word on Monday mornings at 10:00 AM. Let’s start the week off centered on Him!Join the Meeting
Axis Youth Group
High School Youth Group is going virtual! Join us online at 7:00 PM on Wednesdays via zoom video conferencing. No account needed - just follow the link from any device. We will have a large group teaching and split into small groups for discussion. No need to worry about being too busy - we will help fill an hour of your time! Use the button below to join the meeting. You will need to enter the password: axisJoin the Meeting
TNT Middle School Youth Group
Middle School Youth Group is going virtual! Join us online at 6:00 PM on Sundays via zoom video conferencing. We will have a large group teaching and split into small groups for discussion. No account needed - just follow the link from any device that has a microphone and camera ability: smartphone, computer, tablet. Use the button below to join the meeting. You will need to enter the password: TNTJoin the Meeting
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