Shady Grove United Methodist Church -- Mechanicsville
Monday, November 30, 2020
growing together

Coronavirus Information

COVID-19 Response
Weekly E-News: The latest information from SGUMC 
To Be Punished 11.27.2020
Published 11.20.2020
Coronavirus Update #7
Posted 9.25.2020
Pray Each Day at Noon
We are being encouraged to pray this prayer each day at noon.  You can find the prayer here.
Office Hours
Our building is open on a limited basis, if you need to come to the church office, please call ahead (804-746-9073) to make an appointment. Our office is staffed from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
How to Worship
Participate in our live stream at at 9:45 a.m Sundays
Our livestream is also available through the Boxcast App on Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV.  
You can now access our live stream by phone! Dial 877-GROVE19  or 877-476-8319.
Beginning Sunday, October 11, we will offer a second worship service at 11:15 a.m. on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th Sundays. This worship service will be an in-person, drive-in worship service held in the gravel parking lot next to Meadowbridge Rd. Full details including safety protocols can be read on Attachment 3 of the Limited Re-opening Plan.
How To Give
Online Giving
You can set up a one-time payment or recurring payment through our secure giving site.
Text keyword: shadygrove and the amount  Example: shadygrove $25 to 73256. 
Mail Checks made out to Shady Grove UMC
8209 Shady Grove Rd. Mechanicsville, VA 23111
We will be checking mail regularly. 
Current Missions Projects
Operation Christmas Child: Pick up your box in the parking lot after you receive the juice and cup on communion Sunday, October 4. 
Collection of Funds for the Sewing Ministry:  Support our sewing ministry with a monetary donation that will be used to purchase supplies.  The sewing ministry supports outreach both locally and internationally.
Sending Cards to Nursing Homes —  As of today, we are still allowed to send cards to nursing home facilities, but it is advised not to send them to individual homes due to the fact that Coronavirus can live on surfaces and potentially could be transmitted through paper cards.  Our youth are working to send cards directly to our members in nursing homes. We are encouraging others to send cards to any resident at The Hermitage and label this way. (We know The Hermitage will accept cards marked to any resident, other facilities will not.) 
Attn: Resident
The Hermitage
1600 Westwood Ave.
Richmond, VA 23227 
You may also reach out to our homebound members by making phone calls. If you would like to be a part of this ministry, please email Rev. Mary Sue Swann at
How to Grow
We are learning new ways to connect with one another during this time. If you are looking for a small group to connect with, please contact Dwayne Stinson at 
We will continue to bring you updates regarding the Coronavirus and our response to it. Here are the ways you can stay connected.