During this time of navigating COVID-19, we want you to know that we are here for you. Whether you are looking for a place to worship on Sundays, needing prayer, seeking to grow in your faith through online studies, or looking for a place to serve, we are a church that strives to connect people. Please scan this page for an overview of what you can expect at Dunwoody UMC during this time. We will continue to update this page as changes occur.

For a full listing of specific announcements related to our different ministry areas, please read our weekly eConnections Newsletter. If you would like to start receiving the newsletter via email each Friday, please subscribe here.

WORSHIP


WEDNESDAY NIGHT SUPPER TO-GO


Grab your supper curbside to-go each Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Drive-thru pick up is under our Activities Building portico. Reservations and payment must be made by the Monday before at 3:00 p.m. There will be no walk up meals available. To view the menu and sign up, click here: Sept. 30


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PRAYER AND SUPPORT


We know that this is a challenging time for everyone, and we want you to know that we’re here for you. If you need help or prayers, please let us know. You can request prayer via phone or online. Please check our prayer concern list (updated regularly) to remain in prayer for the members of our congregation. To view more options for support and care, please click here.

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GROWTH



“The Anatomy of Peace” Online Study

Led by Dr. Phil Schroeder, this 4-week study focuses on the book “The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict” by The Arbinger Institute. Group discussions will aspire to instill hope and inspire reconciliation. You may order the book from Amazon or your favorite bookstore or for your electronic reader. Please register by emailing Susan Kee at susan.kee@dunwoodyumc.org.

Book Study: “How to Be An Antiracist” by Ibram X. Kendi

Join Rev. Calissa Dauterman and Rev. Kathy Brockman in a Zoom book study focusing on current issues of race and social justice. Email Kathy with questions or to get the Zoom link.

“The Great Divorce” Online Study

This study focuses on C.S. Lewis' book, "The Great Divorce." The narrator finds himself in hell, boarding a bus bound for heaven. This is the starting point for an extraordinary meditation upon good and evil, grace and judgment. Join for great discussion led by Lanny Gilbert. Please purchase the book prior to meeting. Register and obtain Zoom link by contacting Susan Kee.

Wilderness Wanderings September Online Study

By examining key texts in Exodus and Numbers, this course relates lessons from Israel's wilderness wanderings to what it looks like for the church to discern, dream and develop practices of discipleship in our present context. For more details and to register, click here, or email susan.kee@dunwoodyumc.org.

SERVICE


Looking for ways to help your neighbors in need during this difficult time? Check out our list of Service Opportunities at DUMC in within the surrounding communities.

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CHILDREN AND YOUTH


Youth Ministry Updates

Check out this week's letter to parents to see what's going on in Youth Ministry! There's lots of ways to stay connected, including daily devotionals, opportunities to join a small group and regular Facebook/Instagram Live sessions! Subscribe to Youth News to receive weekly email updates.

STAY CONNECTED


Now Available: DUMC’S “Our Story” Podcast

We are thrilled to connect with you through our brand new podcast: Our Story! Subscribe today across all platforms (Apple and Google Podcast, Anchor.FM, Spotify, Stitcher, Overcast, etc.) We look forward to bringing you fresh content from our clergy each Wednesday.
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