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Worship Info for 10.4.2020

Zoom Sunday School 9 a.m.

Worship online at 10 a.m. on Facebook and Youtube

Live feed Viewing Options Through the Church

October 4th we will have the audio from the livestream broadcast through an FM transmitter that can be picked up from our west parking lot. We ask that you stay in the car during this worship.

On October 11th, we will offer the ability to watch a live-feed of the Livestream in our west parking lot at 10 a.m. If it is raining, it will not happen and we ask that you join us online or from your car in that parking lot. For the 11th We ask that you will bring your own chair, wear a mask at all times, and practice safe 6 feet distancing. Please no hugging. If you do not feel well please stay home. We cannot open the building at this time so restrooms will not be available.  We will have team members in yellow vest to help make sure people are abiding by our protocols of the wearing of masks and distancing. Hymnals will not be available but will have people handing out bulletins.

We are doing all that we can to keep our congregation and community safe during the pandemic. Stay connected with us during this time by joining us online.

We love you and we miss you all, but we want to operate out of love by keeping as many people safe as we can.

Please watch this video about Sunday’s Worship Experience.

If you have questions please direct them to Pastor Matt at

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Worship Bulletin for 10.4.2020 (Download Here) TUMC-10.4.2020

Connect, Serve, & Grow for 9.20.2020 (Download Here) CSG-10.4.2020

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You can submit an online prayer request by going to

This is the Worship Playlist from Youtube it is updated as soon as the Worship Videos are uploaded.

Watch on Facebook Live by going here:

October is Pastor Appreciation Sunday, October 25th After Worship

After worship on the 25th we will honor our clergy.

Some ideas of appreciation for our pastors are things like notes, cards, letters or gift cards. Some gift card ideas are things like Amazon, Walmart, Charlie’s Chicken, Braums or El Molcajete’s Mexican Restaurant.

If you are not comfortable attending that day (or in case it rains), you can also mail each pastor’s tribute to the church office located at the following address:  Tahlequah United Methodist Church, 300 West Delaware Street, Tahlequah, OK 74464.  Another option would be to drop them off at the church office by placing them in the mail slot outside the church office door.

What About a Virtual Mission?

Traditional mission trips have been another victim of the virus pandemic. Nobody feels safe with a long trip, in a crowded van, staying in new places, and interacting with strangers. But people still want to be in mission for God; and many people are ready to look out beyond the four walls of home.

For such possible mission volunteers the United Methodist Church has developed a program called “Virtual Missions.”

Mission Team members participate via computer links, staying at home and remaining socially distanced. Team Meetings and “on-site” mission activities are held through Zoom. Each volunteer selects one work group, choosing to develop daily devotionals, sample meal menus, a one-page introduction to the target area, fund-raising ideas, or some other short educational paper.

Like to know more? Two Virtual Mission projects are currently available. Here is your chance to learn more about McCurdy Ministries Community Center and/or about the OIMC. Check it out – without obligation: for McCurdy go to for OIMC send an email to and ask about the OIMC Virtual Mission

Be on a mission without leaving home!


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