Shoes for Honduras:
Reverend Glen Evans, a missionary to Honduras, was our guest speaker on Sunday August 14. The church collected shoes for the people served by his ministry. Thank you to all who donated shoes.
English Speakers of Other Languages:
(ESOL) will be starting in September. If you are interested in helping with this important mission, please contact Office Manager Lou Cartwright
Food Drive Update:
Thanks to all who brought food to our church on Sunday August 7. We delivered 266 pounds of food to Western Fairfax Christian Ministries Monday morning! A huge thank you to our church family for supporting this mission!
Storm Damage Update:
August 14: We expect work on the Fellowship Hall roof to begin in the near future. The contractor has submitted an estimate to the insurance company. A new sign will be ordered this week.
New LED candelabra bulbs have replaced the old incandescent bulbs in the 8 Sanctuary chandeliers.
A new banner sign framework will be installed soon.
It is good news indeed that PVUMC is working to get public sewer to the church. A site plan is being prepared for September submission to Loudoun Water and Loudoun County.
Children’s church after the Children’s message. Ages 6 to 12 are welcome.
We are looking for a Sunday school teacher to be a substitute. We are also looking for a volunteer to deliver the Children’s message on Sundays. If you can help out in either of these tasks please get in touch with Megan Plank via Contact Office Manager
Renewal of Faith: PVUMC continues our renewal of faith through our One Minute Noon Prayer and Bible Reading Challenge 2022. Bible Reading Guide
Belong and Serve
Fellowship Belonging to PVUMC is sharing fellowship, serving and caring for others, joining in Church worship and groups including our PVUMC Youth, United Methodist Men, and PVUMC Women’s Group, and participating in ongoing events that enhance our Christian faith.
*COVID-19: The Loudoun County community level is Medium. CDC Guidance: Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines. Get tested if you have symptoms. Wear a mask if you have symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19. Wear a mask on public transportation. You may choose to wear a mask at any time as an additional precaution to protect yourself and others. If you are at high risk for severe illness, consider wearing a mask indoors in public and taking additional precautions.
Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church (Circa 1973)
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