Thank you all for visiting our COVID-19 Online Worship Resource page! Here you will find relevant material as it relates to our transition into an online sermon format in response to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.  In order to best ensure the safety and health of our congregation and community members, we will host online services each week. We will record sermons prior to posting them to our YouTube channel.  Services will be available to the general public each week beginning at 9 a.m. on Sundays. Please click the link below to be taken to our YouTube page.  Additionally, we will offer sermon resources for each week on this page. Click on the titled links below to access relevant documents.  Thank you, and stay safe!
 
 
Court Street UMC YouTube Channel Link: Click Here
 
 
Information on Giving During the COVID-19 Crisis
 
Although we are now temporarily an online-only congregation, it is important to note that the church is still operating and therefore relies on the generous offerings and tithes of others in order to continue. We absolutely support and advocate the preventative measure of social distancing and social/self-isolation, and have therefore made the option to give from a distance easier than ever. There are three primary ways you can still help financially support the church and its mission: 1) by sending a check or money order to our office at 719 Court Street, Fulton, MO, 65251, 2) by clicking on the link titled “Give” located at the top navigation panel of our website, or 3) by texting “give” to 1-877-959-4924. 
 
We so greatly appreciate your kindness, generosity, and flexibility during this uncertain time. 
 
 
Assisting the Community During COVID-19
 
During the pandemic we are advocating that church and community members come together to help support in any way possible.  There is currently a shortage of basic medical supplies and equipment due to the coronavirus.  As such, we are asking that if you or someone you know knows how to sew, please consider helping the community by making surgical masks for hospital staff, including doctors and nurses, and patients.  This is an incredible way to give back to the community in a time of crisis.  Below are links for 1) instructions for how to make the masks, 2) a child face mask pattern, and 3) an adult face mask pattern. Thank you so much!