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Sometimes when God calls us to something, it is completely outside of our comfort zone and thus completely uncomfortable for us. But His greatest blessings are often in the places we least expect them. Let's just trust Him - even when it gets uncomfortable! #rsumc #feelslikehome #rsumceveryone ... See MoreSee Less

Sometimes when God calls us to something, it is completely outside of our comfort zone and thus completely uncomfortable for us.  But His greatest blessings are often in the places we least expect them.  Lets just trust Him - even when it gets uncomfortable! #rsumc #feelslikehome #rsumceveryone

One thing about Kentucky weather is that if you don't like it, wait 15 minutes and it will change.

With that in mind, we want to let you know that our plans for Sunday's worship service are kinda "up in the air". In the event that the weather is cooperative, we will meet outside in the back parking lot. Bring a lawn chair, a blanket, and/or an umbrella. We will also have chairs available so don't worry if you don't have one or if you forget.

If the weather is too hot or it is raining, we will meet in the ROCK. If we meet in the ROCK, we ask that everyone wear a mask until seated.

There are so many uncertainties but we do know that Sunday is the day of the Lord and that regardless of the temperature, location, requests, etc., we will worship Him! #rsumc #feelslikehome #rsumceveryone
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One thing about Kentucky weather is that if you dont like it, wait 15 minutes and it will change. 

With that in mind, we want to let you know that our plans for Sundays worship service are kinda up in the air. In the event that the weather is cooperative, we will meet outside in the back parking lot.  Bring a lawn chair, a blanket, and/or an umbrella.  We will also have chairs available so dont worry if you dont have one or if you forget. 

If the weather is too hot or it is raining, we will meet in the ROCK. If we meet in the ROCK, we ask that everyone wear a mask until seated.  

There are so many uncertainties but we do know that Sunday is the day of the Lord and that regardless of the temperature, location, requests, etc., we will worship Him! #rsumc #feelslikehome  #rsumceveryone

We have a little project we want to start working on but we are going to need some people who are willing to do a short little video (1-3 minutes). If you are willing, shoot us a message and let us know! Thanks so much!! #RSUMC #feelslikehome #rsumceveryone ... See MoreSee Less

We have a little project we want to start working on but we are going to need some people who are willing to do a short little video (1-3 minutes).  If you are willing, shoot us a message and let us know!  Thanks so much!! #RSUMC #feelslikehome #rsumceveryone

ITS GONNA BE A GREAT DAY AT RSUMC!!!
This is going to be a very special Sunday at RSUMC. We will be sharing in a Baptism Service.
We are very excited about this service and how the Lord will move among us as we celebrate baptism or remember our own baptism.
Service will begin at 9AM and will take place in the ROCK
#RSUMC #feelslikehome #rsumceveryone
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ITS GONNA BE A GREAT DAY AT RSUMC!!! 
This is going to be a very special Sunday at RSUMC.  We will be sharing in a Baptism Service. 
We are very excited about this service and how the Lord will move among us as we celebrate baptism or remember our own baptism.  
Service will begin at 9AM and will take place in the ROCK
#RSUMC #feelslikehome #rsumceveryone

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Heads up, RSUMC!
This Sunday (8/22) will be in the back parking lot for our 9AM service. Bring a lawn chair, an umbrella, or sit in your car and listen over the radio. We will meet in the back parking lot for our 9AM service! #RSUMC #FeelsLikeHome #RSUMCadults #worshipoutside
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Heads up, RSUMC!
This Sunday (8/22) will be in the back parking lot for our 9AM service.  Bring a lawn chair, an umbrella, or sit in your car and listen over the radio.  We will meet in the back parking lot for our 9AM service!  #RSUMC #FeelsLikeHome #RSUMCadults #worshipoutside

A MESSAGE FROM PASTOR DAVID
Greetings, RSUMC Family!

First, I want to express my gratitude for all the prayers and support you have offered me during the past month that I have spent recovering from knee replacement surgery. My “couch potato” lifestyle (the doctor’s actual words) for these weeks has been a challenge, but you have made it much more bearable with your support. Kim and I both want to say thank you.

Today marks the beginning of outpatient physical therapy and the beginning of gradually getting out and about again, beginning with our 9 AM worship service on Sunday, August 8. Barring some unexpected setback (continual prayers, please) I plan to preach this week, even if it’s from a stool instead of behind the pulpit. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday, whether that be in-person or by livestream.

Now, the one thing I certainly did not want to include in this message was any discussion about COVID restrictions. But, as you already know, that issue is front and center once again throughout our country. At this point our leadership has not gathered to discuss any changes in our current protocol but we will be following any new developments and responding appropriately. As always, we will consider the health and safety of our congregation and community as the priority in all our decisions.

Personally, I will be wearing a mask on Sunday until I get up to preach. It’s not because I feel like I need to or because I’m afraid of catching the virus., I have been fully vaccinated and on four different occasions over the past year-plus, I have tested negatively for the virus. But, again, persons that I know and trust, persons a lot smarter than me about medical issues, advise that wearing a mask indoors with the outbreak of the Delta variants is the responsible thing to do. If wearing a mask, something I would really rather not do, might help protect someone else, then that’s what I intend to do. I encourage you all to pray about it and act on your own conviction. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday!

In the Hope of Jesus!
Pastor David

FROM THE KENTUCKY ANNUAL CONFERENCE WEBSITE…
July 28, 2021 Kentucky Annual Conference Recommendations
Based on the current recommendations and guidelines from the CDC, the KAC Re-entry team recommends that all local churches practice universal indoor masking regardless of an individual’s vaccination status. This includes worship, meetings, children/youth activities, etc.

#rsumcadults #rsumcstudentlife #rsumcchildren #rsumceveryone #RSUMC #FeelsLikeHome
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A MESSAGE FROM PASTOR DAVID
Greetings, RSUMC Family!

First, I want to express my gratitude for all the prayers and support you have offered me during the past month that I have spent recovering from knee replacement surgery. My “couch potato” lifestyle (the doctor’s actual words) for these weeks has been a challenge, but you have made it much more bearable with your support. Kim and I both want to say thank you.
 
Today marks the beginning of outpatient physical therapy and the beginning of gradually getting out and about again, beginning with our 9 AM worship service on Sunday, August 8.  Barring some unexpected setback (continual prayers, please) I plan to preach this week, even if it’s from a stool instead of behind the pulpit. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday, whether that be in-person or by livestream. 

Now, the one thing I certainly did not want to include in this message was any discussion about COVID restrictions. But, as you already know, that issue is front and center once again throughout our country. At this point our leadership has not gathered to discuss any changes in our current protocol but we will be following any new developments and responding appropriately. As always, we will consider the health and safety of our congregation and community as the priority in all our decisions.  

Personally, I will be wearing a mask on Sunday until I get up to preach. It’s not because I feel like I need to or because I’m afraid of catching the virus., I have been fully vaccinated and on four different occasions over the past year-plus, I have tested negatively for the virus. But, again, persons that I know and trust, persons a lot smarter than me about medical issues, advise that wearing a mask indoors with the outbreak of the Delta variants is the responsible thing to do. If wearing a mask, something I would really rather not do, might help protect someone else, then that’s what I intend to do. I encourage you all to pray about it and act on your own conviction. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday!

In the Hope of Jesus!
Pastor David  

FROM THE KENTUCKY ANNUAL CONFERENCE WEBSITE…
July 28, 2021 Kentucky Annual Conference Recommendations
Based on the current recommendations and guidelines from the CDC, the KAC Re-entry team recommends that all local churches practice universal indoor masking regardless of an individual’s vaccination status.  This includes worship, meetings, children/youth activities, etc.

#rsumcadults #rsumcstudentlife #rsumcchildren #rsumceveryone #RSUMC #FeelsLikeHome

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So glad you are on the way back and healing well.

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A MESSAGE FROM PASTOR DAVID
Greetings, RSUMC Family!

First, I want to express my gratitude for all the prayers and support you have offered me during the past month that I have spent recovering from knee replacement surgery. My “couch potato” lifestyle (the doctor’s actual words) for these weeks has been a challenge, but you have made it much more bearable with your support. Kim and I both want to say thank you.

Today marks the beginning of outpatient physical therapy and the beginning of gradually getting out and about again, beginning with our 9 AM worship service on Sunday, August 8. Barring some unexpected setback (continual prayers, please) I plan to preach this week, even if it’s from a stool instead of behind the pulpit. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday, whether that be in-person or by livestream.

Now, the one thing I certainly did not want to include in this message was any discussion about COVID restrictions. But, as you already know, that issue is front and center once again throughout our country. At this point our leadership has not gathered to discuss any changes in our current protocol but we will be following any new developments and responding appropriately. As always, we will consider the health and safety of our congregation and community as the priority in all our decisions.

Personally, I will be wearing a mask on Sunday until I get up to preach. It’s not because I feel like I need to or because I’m afraid of catching the virus., I have been fully vaccinated and on four different occasions over the past year-plus, I have tested negatively for the virus. But, again, persons that I know and trust, persons a lot smarter than me about medical issues, advise that wearing a mask indoors with the outbreak of the Delta variants is the responsible thing to do. If wearing a mask, something I would really rather not do, might help protect someone else, then that’s what I intend to do. I encourage you all to pray about it and act on your own conviction. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday!

In the Hope of Jesus!
Pastor David

FROM THE KENTUCKY ANNUAL CONFERENCE WEBSITE…
July 28, 2021 Kentucky Annual Conference Recommendations
Based on the current recommendations and guidelines from the CDC, the KAC Re-entry team recommends that all local churches practice universal indoor masking regardless of an individual’s vaccination status. This includes worship, meetings, children/youth activities, etc.

#rsumcadults #rsumcstudentlife #rsumcchildren #rsumceveryone #RSUMC #FeelsLikeHome
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A MESSAGE FROM PASTOR DAVID
Greetings, RSUMC Family!

First, I want to express my gratitude for all the prayers and support you have offered me during the past month that I have spent recovering from knee replacement surgery. My “couch potato” lifestyle (the doctor’s actual words) for these weeks has been a challenge, but you have made it much more bearable with your support. Kim and I both want to say thank you.
 
Today marks the beginning of outpatient physical therapy and the beginning of gradually getting out and about again, beginning with our 9 AM worship service on Sunday, August 8.  Barring some unexpected setback (continual prayers, please) I plan to preach this week, even if it’s from a stool instead of behind the pulpit. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday, whether that be in-person or by livestream. 

Now, the one thing I certainly did not want to include in this message was any discussion about COVID restrictions. But, as you already know, that issue is front and center once again throughout our country. At this point our leadership has not gathered to discuss any changes in our current protocol but we will be following any new developments and responding appropriately. As always, we will consider the health and safety of our congregation and community as the priority in all our decisions.  

Personally, I will be wearing a mask on Sunday until I get up to preach. It’s not because I feel like I need to or because I’m afraid of catching the virus., I have been fully vaccinated and on four different occasions over the past year-plus, I have tested negatively for the virus. But, again, persons that I know and trust, persons a lot smarter than me about medical issues, advise that wearing a mask indoors with the outbreak of the Delta variants is the responsible thing to do. If wearing a mask, something I would really rather not do, might help protect someone else, then that’s what I intend to do. I encourage you all to pray about it and act on your own conviction. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday!

In the Hope of Jesus!
Pastor David  

FROM THE KENTUCKY ANNUAL CONFERENCE WEBSITE…
July 28, 2021 Kentucky Annual Conference Recommendations
Based on the current recommendations and guidelines from the CDC, the KAC Re-entry team recommends that all local churches practice universal indoor masking regardless of an individual’s vaccination status.  This includes worship, meetings, children/youth activities, etc.

#rsumcadults #rsumcstudentlife #rsumcchildren #rsumceveryone #RSUMC #FeelsLikeHome

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So glad you are on the way back and healing well.

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A MESSAGE FROM PASTOR DAVID
Greetings, RSUMC Family!

First, I want to express my gratitude for all the prayers and support you have offered me during the past month that I have spent recovering from knee replacement surgery. My “couch potato” lifestyle (the doctor’s actual words) for these weeks has been a challenge, but you have made it much more bearable with your support. Kim and I both want to say thank you.

Today marks the beginning of outpatient physical therapy and the beginning of gradually getting out and about again, beginning with our 9 AM worship service on Sunday, August 8. Barring some unexpected setback (continual prayers, please) I plan to preach this week, even if it’s from a stool instead of behind the pulpit. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday, whether that be in-person or by livestream.

Now, the one thing I certainly did not want to include in this message was any discussion about COVID restrictions. But, as you already know, that issue is front and center once again throughout our country. At this point our leadership has not gathered to discuss any changes in our current protocol but we will be following any new developments and responding appropriately. As always, we will consider the health and safety of our congregation and community as the priority in all our decisions.

Personally, I will be wearing a mask on Sunday until I get up to preach. It’s not because I feel like I need to or because I’m afraid of catching the virus., I have been fully vaccinated and on four different occasions over the past year-plus, I have tested negatively for the virus. But, again, persons that I know and trust, persons a lot smarter than me about medical issues, advise that wearing a mask indoors with the outbreak of the Delta variants is the responsible thing to do. If wearing a mask, something I would really rather not do, might help protect someone else, then that’s what I intend to do. I encourage you all to pray about it and act on your own conviction. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday!

In the Hope of Jesus!
Pastor David

FROM THE KENTUCKY ANNUAL CONFERENCE WEBSITE…
July 28, 2021 Kentucky Annual Conference Recommendations
Based on the current recommendations and guidelines from the CDC, the KAC Re-entry team recommends that all local churches practice universal indoor masking regardless of an individual’s vaccination status. This includes worship, meetings, children/youth activities, etc.

#rsumcadults #rsumcstudentlife #rsumcchildren #rsumceveryone #RSUMC #FeelsLikeHome
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A MESSAGE FROM PASTOR DAVID
Greetings, RSUMC Family!

First, I want to express my gratitude for all the prayers and support you have offered me during the past month that I have spent recovering from knee replacement surgery. My “couch potato” lifestyle (the doctor’s actual words) for these weeks has been a challenge, but you have made it much more bearable with your support. Kim and I both want to say thank you.
 
Today marks the beginning of outpatient physical therapy and the beginning of gradually getting out and about again, beginning with our 9 AM worship service on Sunday, August 8.  Barring some unexpected setback (continual prayers, please) I plan to preach this week, even if it’s from a stool instead of behind the pulpit. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday, whether that be in-person or by livestream. 

Now, the one thing I certainly did not want to include in this message was any discussion about COVID restrictions. But, as you already know, that issue is front and center once again throughout our country. At this point our leadership has not gathered to discuss any changes in our current protocol but we will be following any new developments and responding appropriately. As always, we will consider the health and safety of our congregation and community as the priority in all our decisions.  

Personally, I will be wearing a mask on Sunday until I get up to preach. It’s not because I feel like I need to or because I’m afraid of catching the virus., I have been fully vaccinated and on four different occasions over the past year-plus, I have tested negatively for the virus. But, again, persons that I know and trust, persons a lot smarter than me about medical issues, advise that wearing a mask indoors with the outbreak of the Delta variants is the responsible thing to do. If wearing a mask, something I would really rather not do, might help protect someone else, then that’s what I intend to do. I encourage you all to pray about it and act on your own conviction. I look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday!

In the Hope of Jesus!
Pastor David  

FROM THE KENTUCKY ANNUAL CONFERENCE WEBSITE…
July 28, 2021 Kentucky Annual Conference Recommendations
Based on the current recommendations and guidelines from the CDC, the KAC Re-entry team recommends that all local churches practice universal indoor masking regardless of an individual’s vaccination status.  This includes worship, meetings, children/youth activities, etc.

#rsumcadults #rsumcstudentlife #rsumcchildren #rsumceveryone #RSUMC #FeelsLikeHome

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So glad you are on the way back and healing well.