During this time of physical distancing we want you to know we are here and remaining active as a congregation. We are worshiping online (you may scroll down to our YouTube postings below). Our Emergency Food Pantry remains open on Monday and Wednesday mornings and Thursday evenings. We are finding other ways to stay in touch and pray for one another. Prayer requests may be sent to the office and we will pray! At this time we have no projected date for resuming in-person worship and meetings, but we will post these gatherings when it is safe to come together again.
Even though we cannot meet face-to-face right now we have not spiritually distanced ourselves from each other or our community. This has been a difficult time of uncertainty, but God’s mercy abounds. We take precautions and we are hopeful. We care for our friends and family as well as those on the frontlines, the children, the vulnerable, the homeless, and the stranger.
By the miraculous grace of Jesus Christ, we are together as a family of faith and we care!
The United Methodist Church in Stow recognizes and celebrates God’s unconditional love and grace for all. As a faith community, we embrace the sacred worth of all people. We welcome and affirm people of all ages, races, sexual orientation, gender identity, family configuration, economic status, ethnicity, marital status, religious background, mental and physical ability, or culture. We welcome the full inclusion of all people into the life and ministries of our congregation.