Hedding United Methodist Church welcomes and celebrates our human family's diversity of race, ethnicity, age, faith history, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, economic status, relationship status, physical and mental ability and education. We affirm that all people are created in the image of God, and - as beloved Children of God - are worthy of God's love and grace.
Fundraising: A Kitchen To Serve The Hungry
For every crisis there is an opportunity.
Due to the pandemic, the Hedding United Methodist Church building is closed to groups, we can’t do our weekly Friday Community Dinners, we can’t even worship together in our sanctuary, but this does give us a chance to upgrade our kitchen facilities so that when everything opens up again, we can do even more ministry!
Click here to learn more and to be a part of this project!
Friday Night Community Supper
Bread of Life Food Shelf
Now, more than ever, we know that our community is in need. We continue to serve our neighbors by phone or intercom (if you walk up to the church office door.) Need help with a utility bill or this month’s rent? We can help with that! Rental Assistance and Deposits, Heating and Utilities Assistance, Medical Expense Assistance, Clothing Vouchers, Referrals for Other Resources, Case Management Team Participation, Coordination with Agencies and Programs, Health and Wellness Program Connections, Veterans Issues Assistance, and Community Service Opportunities. Wednesdays – Fridays by appointment with Rev. Renny: (802) 476-8156
Pastoral care, prayer, communion, and extending community to the sick or homebound is another way that we put our faith into action. Contact the church office to request a visit from Pastor Rae or a visitation team. Although we must be very careful, Pastor Rae is doing socially distant visitations, (ideally outside with masks) and is available for phone or zoom calls. Due to the second wave shut-down, the socially distanced visitations are on hold until restrictions are lifted. Call the church office to make an appointment (802) 476-8156 or email the pastor directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Rachel Fraumann
Rev. Renaldo Azotea
40 Washington Street
Barre, VT 05641
(802) 476-8156 email@example.com
Sunday Morning Worship at 10AM (currently all worship is virtual during the pandemic and services can be found on this webpage, on YouTube, and on local channels 192 and 194)