Church bulletin, July 15, 2020

The Salvation Army Cambridge
Beginning on Monday, staff at the church and its associated charities have been asking for volunteers to help set up a temporary food distribution site at 640 Sunburst Highway, the old Sav-A-Lot store.
This is a temporary site that the owner has allowed the to use in order to continue food box distribution for the next few months.
There is shelving to be put together. Boxes to be moved over, Food to be moved over, floors to be swept and bathrooms to be cleaned. With many hands, the work is light and we could all use some light in our lives, right?
Contact Lt. Wendy Parsons at 410-228-2442 ext. 1008.

Old Trinity Church
Old Trinity Church resumed regular Sunday services on Sunday at 11 a.m.
St. Mary Refuge of Sinner
Mass resumed at Refuge of Sinner (Minnette Mills Dick Hall) on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Congregants are asked to follow health guidelines, including maintaining a distance of six feet from one another, and wearing masks.
The Spanish-language mass is being held at 6 p.m. on Sundays, with the same protocols.
St. Mary Star of the Sea has delayed its reopening until Refuge of Sinners enacts its safety protocols. For information on the parish, visit the new website at

Church of the Nazarene
Worship time is 10:45 a.m. Sunday school is not meeting at this time. Reverend Sharon Prahl will be preaching on Matthew 13:24-30; 33-43, “Do You Know the Thresher?” Cheryl Thompson will be sharing in song.
We are abiding by the CDC guidelines. Everyone is welcome! You will also find the service online on Facebook and at

Christ Episcopal
On Sunday at 9 a.m., Holy Eucharist Church Service will be held at Christ Episcopal Church. Mask is required. Temperature will be taken. CDC guidelines are adhered to. Service will be conducted by the Rev. Canon Bernie Schneider and Deacon Candidate Barbara Coleman.

Zion United Methodist Church
Zion UM Church in Cambridge will continue to hold Sunday “drive in” services in their Glasgow Street parking lot at 10 a.m., until further notice. This service will be held, weather permitting, with the guidelines issued by the Governor’s office. You can bring a lawn chair and sit outside of your vehicle, however there will be continued social distancing with no physical interaction with clergy, staff, or participants in other vehicles. Everyone is welcome. Visit to watch services online or for additional information and updates.

Immanuel United Church of Christ
There will be a Blood Bank of Delmarva blood drive at the church’s banquet hall on July 16, 1-6 p.m. The church is at 5401 White Hall Road, Cambridge. Schedule an appointment by contact 1-888-8-BLOOD-8.
Donors must:
• Must wear a mask or face covering
• Will have their temperature taken
• Must be 14 days symptom free if recovered from COVID-19
• May NOT donate if they have a positive diagnostic test or experienced symptoms of COVID-19 in the last 14 days
• May NOT donate if they are currently on self-quarantine restrictions
The Blood Bank does not test for COVID-19. Contact your health care provider if you want to be tested.