A Welcome from our Minister – The Reverend Anne Robertson

 

Come Worship with Us

 

We welcome you to our virtual worship on Sundays at 10:00 am on Zoom or streaming on our YouTube Channel.

Or join us in morning prayer on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:00 am.

You can keep up with what’s going on at Crawford through our newsletter and you can view past Worship Services on our YouTube channel.

Remember, your giving is as important as ever.  You can send your check to the church (34 Dix Street, Winchester, MA, 01890) or give online here.

 

Sunday Worship

WELCOME TO

Crawford Memorial
United Methodist Church

 

 

About Us

Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church of Winchester, MA is a Christ-centered and inclusive community. We open wide our doors to all people who long to be a part of a vital congregation. Click to learn more about us.

What’s Going On

Socks, socks, socks

Socks, socks, socks

Crawford has received 2,500 pairs of socks from Bombas to distribute to charitable agencies and directly to street people whenever we can start to connect again. We need your help in deciding where to donate them. We are open to all suggestions. If you have a donation...

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Come and Commune with Our New Pastor

Come and Commune with Our New Pastor

We invite you to the church grounds for 1 of 3 “COMMUN-ity” sessions on the afternoon of August 2 at 1:00, 2:30 or 4:00 pm to meet Pastor Anne Robertson and celebrate Holy Communion. We will be joined in heart but socially distant; open to God even while masked;...

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Re-Gathering

Re-Gathering

The Crawford Re-Gathering and Re-Opening Work Group continues to develop ideas and plans for safely offering opportunities to re-gather as a Crawford community.  The results of our recent survey (thanks to all who responded) confirm that all of us need and want to...

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Conversations 

Jump Start

Jump Start

The only thing I don’t like about preaching is the way God seems to hold me to account for the things that I say. This walking the walk thing is hard! While you haven’t heard Sunday’s sermon yet, it focuses on the difficulties many of us have in receiving a gift,...

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Good Trouble

Good Trouble

In the recurring cycle of the church, this long swath of time from Pentecost until late November is called “Ordinary Time.” I can’t think of an arena of life in the United States that could be called “ordinary” right now or that is likely to become so before (and...

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Scattershot Prayer Thoughts

Scattershot Prayer Thoughts

~Conversation with Joyce Cummings~ When Leslie asked a month ago if I would be willing to write a reflection for the newsletter, I was happy to say yes.  She told me the lectionary for the day would be about prayer so I could write about that or if I was uncomfortable...

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