4/4 Easter Worship Service, 6 pm

Hi Everyone, 
We hope that you are well and have the opportunity to observe Good Friday today. This day holds deep sorrow, and it provides the chance to reflect on the many innocent deaths that we have witnessed this year. Reach out if you need to process this heavy day with any of us, or join one of the services that we suggested via this blog below. For the sake of communication, we want to mention our Easter service while understanding the need to rest in emotions of Good Friday. 


Our Easter service will begin this Sunday (4/4) at 6pm on Zoom using this link http://go.umd.edu/UCML3Sundays. Join us for a time of reflection and celebratory song as we look towards the empty tomb. 
We hope to see you there!

Blessings,

Samantha, L3 Intern

Rachel, Chaplain Intern

Chaplain Holly

4/2 Good Friday Worship Opportunities

Join in these virtual on-demand or 12 pm or 7 pm worship services. Have a blessed Good Friday!

On Demand, Originally held April 4, 2020 (Posted 4/10/20 on YouTube)

University of Maryland –  Ecumenical Stations of the Cross Worship Service

The service was co-sponsored by Catholic Terps, Baptist Campus Ministry, Episcopal Campus Ministry, Lutheran Campus Ministry, United Campus Ministry, United Methodist Campus Ministry (Terp HUB) 

Live Noon, 12 – 1 pm, Several Area Congregations coming together (On-demand later)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ94wQSm-_Gx8Cp_a2_TQ4A

Sponsored by several Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregations

Oaklands, Warner Memorial, Gaithersburg, Fairlington

Live 7 pm Worship Service

University Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) will be attending a service sponsored by

Turner Memorial AME Church

Turner’s Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/turnermemorial/

YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMGk8sHMxOeEhWaH6_aptbQ

4/1 Maundy Thursday On-Line Worship

This Holy Week, as Christians travel together with Jesus to the cross and experience anew the day of resurrection, there are many on-line options to spiritually participate, and reflect on the significance of Christ’s suffering, death and resurrection for our faith and for the hope of the world.

If you are interested in joining in an on-line Maundy Thursday worship service, there are some wonderful options to do this. See below and have your own “elements” ready (bread and cup) at home.

Good Friday options will be posted soon.

United Campus Ministry will be holding an Easter Evening Service, 4/4 at 6 pm at http://go.umd.edu/UCML3Sundays

MAUNDY THURSDAY SERVICES

University Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Maundy Thursday Service @ 7pm – Join us virtually as our Elders lead us in worship

zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81239373146

Meeting ID: 812 3937 3146 Passcode: 395347
Dial In: 3017158592

Oaklands Presbyterian Church (PC(USA)), 7 pm service  streaming on

Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ94wQSm-_Gx8Cp_a2_TQ4A

And Facebook https://www.facebook.com/OaklandsPres/

Greenbelt Community Church (United Church of Christ)

https://www.greenbeltcommunitychurch.org/events/)

Holy Communion and Service of Tenebrae, Facebook and Zoom

https://www.facebook.com/GCCUCCMD

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81029477390

Meeting ID: 810 2947 7390

One tap mobile      +1 301 715 8592

When the hour came, he (Jesus) took his place at the table, and the apostles with him. He said to them, ‘I have eagerly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer; for I tell you, I will not it until it is fulfilled in the kingdom of God. Then he took a cup, and after giving thanks he said, ‘Take this and divide it among yourselves; for I tell you that from now on I will not drink of the fruit of the vine until the kingdom of God comes.’ Then he took a loaf of bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to them, saying, ‘This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.’ And he did the same with the cup after supper, saying, ‘This cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood.‘ Luke 22: 14 – 20

Below are some Maundy Thursday spiritual practices to observe at home from the Presbyterian Outlook

And Worship Service Greenbelt Community Church is offering.

3/31 L3: Power of Purpose – Religion & Science, 12 pm

Meeting link http://go.umd.edu/UCML3Wednesdays

This week for L3, we will be looking at the intersection of religion and science.

Join us as we explore why religion and science are often put up against each other, whether or not they are compatible, and how they play different, or similar, roles in our lives.

Also, to close out Women’s History Month we would like to highlight some women scientists who have impacted our present and those who will impact our future.

 Share your experience with science and religion or enjoy learning from others. 

Peace and blessings,

Samantha, L3 Intern

Rachel, Chaplain Intern

Chaplain Holly

3/28 Palm Sunday Worship, 6 pm

Meeting link http://go.umd.edu/UCML3Sundays

Hi Everyone, 
How was your Spring Break? Hopefully, you were able to rest and enjoy yourself. We would love to hear all about it. 
Time to get your palm fronds ready because,“Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!Blessed is the coming kingdom of our father David!
Hosanna in the highest heaven!” (Mark 11:9-10)

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Join us as we look towards Holy Week and celebrate Jesus’ arrival into Jerusalem. We will contemplate how this familiar story speaks to our context today because it involves a mix of emotions. 

All are welcome!

Blessings, Samantha, L3 Intern Rachel, Chaplain Intern Chaplain Holly

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Spring Break 3/14 – 3/21, Worship Links

Hello Everyone,
We are thinking of you and celebrating with you that it is now SPRING BREAK!  YAY!
Take time to relax and celebrate that by the grace of God you, we have made it through this unprecedented year of COVID, and through another time of mid-terms.
United Campus Ministry will not be meeting tonight or next week, but a reminderthat our weekly worship is available on demand at

https://ucmcollegepark.org/worship-on-demand/

Refresh your spirit and hear these wonderful messages:
03/07  Spreading God’s Love, message by Samantha, L3 Intern

02/28  Resistance and Revelation, message by Rachel, Chaplain Intern

02/21  Beyond the Aftermath, message by Rev. Pamela Allen, UCM Board Member, and  Program Director, UMD Career Center and the President’s Promise


Our next worship service will be Palm Sunday 3/28, and our next L3: Power of Purpose will be 3/31 on Religion and Science.  For those of you doing the Anti-Racism Dialogue, that gathers on 3/24.
Wishing you a wonderful, well-deserved break.  Spring and warmer weather is almost HERE.
Peace and Blessings,
Samantha, L3 Intern Rachel, Chaplain Intern Chaplain Holly

3/7 UCM-L3 Worship: Spreading God’s Love, 6 p.m.

6 p.m. Worship link http://go.umd.edu/UCML3Sundays

How was your week? You’re so close to Spring Break! You can do it! As always, be in touch if we can help in any way. 


This Sunday Samantha will be preaching on “Spreading God’s Love.” We are so excited to hear her message and witness how God is working through her. Join us and support Samantha!


All are welcome!
Blessings, Samantha, L3 Intern Rachel, Chaplain Intern Chaplain Holly

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3/3 L3:Power of Purpose – Dating and Religion

12 pm meeting link http://go.umd.edu/UCML3Wednesdays

Hi Everyone, 
I hope your week is off to a good start. We’re looking forward to seeing you on Wednesday.
This week our L3 dialogue will be focused on our experiences with dating and religion. We will be looking at how the two may clash and intersect, how dating has been affected by COVID-19, and how we relate dating to our spirituality.
Join us at 12 noon on Wednesday to chat about this topic, share your own experiences or just listen in!
Zoom link: go.umd.edu/UCML3Wednesdays
Best, 
Samantha, L3 Intern

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2/28 UCM-L3: Sunday Worship at 6:00pm – Resistance and Revelation

WORSHIP LINK

http://go.umd.edu/UCML3Sundays

Hi Everyone, 
How are you doing? For those of you on campus, we are thinking of you amid this Covid surge and praying that you have the support that you need. Please reach out with any concerns. Chaplain Holly, Samantha, and myself would love to help the best we can. 


As usual, this Sunday we will have worship at 6:00pm, and I will be offering a message on resistance and how it is demonstrated both in the Bible and in the Black community. In honor of Black History Month, we will continue to celebrate Black leaders and their impact while being mindful that their spirit should guide us throughout the entire year. 
Join us using this link http://go.umd.edu/UCML3Sundays. All are welcome!


Blessings, Rachel

2/21 Worship Rev. Pamela Marie Allen, Guest Preacher 6 p.m. Hope Beyond current COVID Challenges

Worship link http://go.umd.edu/UCML3Sundays

Hi Everyone, 


How has your week been? We pray that you have been able to weather the cold and that classes are going well. As always, reach out if there is anything that we can do for you. 

We are with you as our campus goes on lock down this week, due to the increase in Corona Virus cases on our campus. Our guest preacher will be focusing on what we have to look forward to after things greatly improve. In the meantime, we all need to continue with careful protocols to keep others and ourselves safe from COVID. We know this is going on so long; hang in there. This will not last forever!


As we continue in our celebration of Black History Month, we are very excited to announce that Rev. Pamela Allen will be preaching and her theme is Beyond the Aftermath … Unmask, Emerge, and Rise! Rev. Pamela, as many of you know, is a UCM Board Member, and she works in the career center on UMD’s campus. She has been such a dedicated presence for this ministry, so we hope to extend a warm welcome to her and show our support. 
Log in to hear her excellent message and invite a friend. All are welcome!
Blessings, Samantha, L3 Intern; Rachel, Chaplain Intern; Chaplain Holly