Worship Time 
9:30 am Through May 28th
9:00 am June 4th Through Sept. 3rd
9:30am From Sept 10th
1 Church Street
East Harwich, MA 02645
Tel: 508-432-3734
harwichumc@gmail.com

Recent and Coming Events

New Book Study

Pastor Ed will lead a study of Moses using a new book by Adam Hamilton starting Thursday October 12 at 1:00pm.

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Turkey Dinner

Saturday November 4th, a turkey dinner open to all will be served at 5:30. The price for adults is $12 and $6 for children 12 and under.

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Donations for Hurricane Victims

We will continue accepting collections for the benefit of people caught in the three major hurricanes that has hit the South and Puerto Rico. For those contributing through HUMC, please write Hurricane Relief on your envelope or the memo line on your check.

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Recent Passings

We are sad to announce the passing of 2 friends of HUMC. Roger Gardner Morey, a relatively recent member of Harwich UMC, died on Wednesday, July 12th at about 6:00 pm at age 92. Lora “Dusty” Barley died in the early hours of the night of July 15th at Cape Cod Hospital. She served as church secretary for about twelve years but was much more to many of us.

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Finn Kamuela Starbuck – Grandson to Cindy and Ed Farrell-Starbuck

Cindy and Ed Farrell-Starbuck’s grandson Finn Kamuela Starbuck was born prematurely on May 29th weighing in at 1 pound, 11 ounces. Their son Josh and daughter-in-law Bryn have been by Finn’s side through the ups and downs of his development. We are sad to announce that Finn passed away on June 26th from a number of complications.

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Small Group Study on Islam

In May we completed a study based on DVDs produced by Living the Questions titled “The Jesus Fatwah.” It is a perfect vehicle for educating those unfamiliar with Islam about the basics of the faith and how, as followers of Jesus, we are compelled to reach out in love to our Muslim neighbors.

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We celebrated the lives of the nine persons killed at Mother Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charlestown, SC.

The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, known as “Mother Emanuel”, was founded in 1816 in Charleston, South Carolina. It is one of the oldest continuous black congregations in the United States. The history of Mother Emanuel is one of perseverance in the face of adversity and racial hostility. An earthquake demolished the building in 1886. Tragedy struck again on the evening of June 17, 2015, a young white man, Dylann Roof, walked into the church and sat down to join the weekly Wednesday Bible study/prayer group. Though a stranger, he was welcomed. After an hour with the group, he shot and killed nine people.

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