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Updated COVID Guidelines

As of May 28, 2021 Bishop David Bard and the leadership team of the Minnesota Annual conference of the United Methodist Church are moving the Dial of the Phased Re-opening plan to BLUE.

With this plan, the capacity limit for worship has been lifted, so that means you NO LONGER NEED TO REGISTER for worship.

Our CORE leadership team has adopted these guidelines with some adaptations for our area at this time. This will be regularly reassessed at each meeting.

LUMC guidelines for gathering and worship:

• No worship attendance registration or capacity limits.

• We will require masks indoors at all times out of care for those who are still vulnerable (unvaccinated adults and children).

• WE CAN SING! Singing will be allowed but we ask that people continue to be masked and practice social distancing. When we worship outdoors, no masks will be required.

• Gatherings with food and drink will be slowly reintroduced to our community.

We will continue to monitor statistics in our area and will make adaptations as needed. We thank you for being patient and showing care for one another and those we do not know.

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Mission Focus

The Local Emergency Fund is a ministry of the LUMC Mission Committee. The main goal is to help people overcome a financial crisis -  food, rent, electricity, heat, water, transportation, clothing or medical costs. In 2018 we assisted 9 families (10 adults, 14 children). Our 2018 budget was $2000.00. We used over $7000.00 to meet the needs of these families. We were also able to partner with Catholic Charities, Salvation Army, area churches, area food shelves, WIC,  landlords, energy companies, city water, Women’s Resources, and Social Services to meet these needs.


The procedure to receive assistance begins when an individual contacts the church secretary or the pastor. The need is identified and the individual is interviewed to determine the extent of need, family members impacted, and permission to contact the source of the need (such as landlord or business). Two mission committee members confer and decide on what assistance will be provided or not. All information is kept confidential.


A small group was formed in October, 2018 with some families who have received emergency funds. This group decided to call themselves “God’s Investment Group” because we are investing our time, talents, and treasures to encourage, teach, and support each other. We meet every week in a home for prayer, Bible study, and financial advice. Other challenges are addressed as needed such as: addiction, depression and anxiety, relationships, parenting.


Donations may be made with checks to LUMC – Emergency Fund and placed in the offering, in the Joash Chest in the Narthex during April,  or taken to the office. If you have any questions please contact the mission committee members – Peter Bell, Jeff Court, Sandy Hinders, Carole Plenge or Linda Thrune (