Join Us for a Unique Community Event to Raise Awareness and Our Voices to End Gun Violence 

Sunday, September 23rd, 5:00 p.m.

The program will last one hour (rain or shine) and include a remembrance of those killed by guns in the greater DC area in 2018, performances by Walter Johnson High School a Capella groups, local singer-songwriters David Weaver, Kelly Diamond and others, and powerful reflections by survivors of gun violence and their allies. A performance of the song "Shine," written by students of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (Parkland, FL) will wrap up the event lifting our resolve and commitment to create positive change on this issue. Questions? Contact Sue Owen (,


Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age

Sunday, October 7th, 5:00 pm, in Founders' Hall 

Invite a friend and join us for a free showing of this award-winning documentary which looks at the struggles of parents and their children over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction.  We'll share dinner together at 5:00 pm, followed by the film, which runs just over an hour, and time for discussion. This event is sponsored by BUMC's Parenting in Faith Sunday School class and is open to the public.


9:00 am     Contemporary Worship

9:45 am     Coffee with the Pastor

10:00 am   Sunday School for all ages

11:00 am   Spirited Traditional Worship

12:00 pm   Coffee with the Pastor

Nursery care is available all morning beginning at 8:45 am.

Children ages 3-8 can participate in Kids with Purpose during both worship services. The children sit with their families during the start of the service and are invited to join us for KWP in Room 102 after the Children's Message. They are also welcome to remain in worship.

All are welcome!