Cornball Capers returns!

The West Bloomfield Church is reviving our long running Cornball Capers show that’s been on hold during the very unfunny Covid! This Hee-Haw type variety show will be staged October 21st and 22nd at West Bloomfield Congregational Church, at the corner of County Road 37 and Routes 5 and 20. This show promises great country music, entertaining performances, and plenty of laughs. The 7 p.m. performance each night costs just $10 per person (maximum of $25 per household-immediate parents and children). Tickets can be purchased from cast members, on the church website, or by calling 624-1313. With only 200 tickets available each night, you’ll want to get your tickets early! Our facility is wheelchair accessible.

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Cornball Capers Tickets

Please indicate which night your tickets are for in the notes section. They will be held at the door for you.

$10.00

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Family Pass / Cornball Capers

This ticket is for members of one household. Please indicate which night your tickets are for in the notes section. Tickets will be held at the door for you.

$25.00

Link to Today’s Sermon

Here is a link to today’s live stream facebook sermon. You do not need a facebook account to watch it. The link takes you to the “top” of the page, so scroll down a little till you see “Corey S. Keyes shared a live video” titled Worship 3 29 20 Ezekiel 37:1-14. If you don’t have a fb account you won’t be able to comment, but you will be able to watch. Enjoy, and share with whomever you’d like.

WBUCC Response to COVID-19

Dear Friends,
In light of the continuing spread of the COVID-19 viral illness, West Bloomfield United Church of Christ will not be meeting for worship or other group activities until further notice. Video sermons will be posted on our Facebook group page. We will stay in touch and in service via phone and computer.
Why? This illness is now in the community-spread stage, and we must place the safety of the vulnerable and the good of community, country and world above our own desires. It is prudent (and good Christian and scientific practice) to eliminate any opportunities for the mass-spread of the virus. In doing so, we can slow the rate of infection so our medical resources are not overwhelmed. Far from “panic,” preemptive action and preparedness are wise and necessary marks of good citizenship. Let’s all pray for each other, those on the front lines combating this virus, and our leaders.
Here’s how we can all keep up with our pledges. Please don’t send your money to us if you anticipate hardship due to lost income! If you are well set to weather this financial storm, we welcome your donation. Online Givingchurch set up for fb live

Holy Week Services

Our Holy Week traditions provide for us a time of reflection, growth, and, ultimately, joy. There is a definite depth and richness to life centered on worship, gratitude and concern for others. Please join us..

April 14th: Palm Sunday Begin Holy Week waving Palms

 April 18th: Maundy Thursday/Last Supper Service, 6:30pm. Join us for a viewing of Jesus Christ Superstar and a simple soup and bread dinner and communion service. This is a lovely quiet service and a wonderful way to prepare our hearts for Easter.

April 21st: Easter Day Events.

8:45 “Welcome Easter” service

9:30-10 Continental Breakfast:

9:45 Easter Egg hunt on the front lawn (Weather permitting. If it is muddy or raining we’ll have the egg hunt inside.)

10am Easter Celebration continuing Celebration of our risen Lord, with Easter messages from our youth, dbdb playing and an anthem from the choir

BARNFEST returns!

BARNFEST returns to the Big Red Barn this year on August 25th, with headliners Slipton Fell and featuring dbdb and many more performers! Only $10! (pre-sale, $12 at the door). Pack your cooler, bring your lawn chair and be prepared to have a great time! We’ll also have food available for purchase as well. Starts at 4pm. 6525 Rts 5 & 20.20180723_111537_0001

Some Frequently Asked Questions:
•Can I bring a cooler? YES! We’ll have hot dogs, drinks, chips and dessert are available for sale, but feel free to pack a cooler with your own beverages and food.
•Is this event family friendly? YES! Bring the kids!
•Can I walk the 50 acre property? By all means please do! There are well mowed paths through the property and a pond! (No swimming.)
•Can I use the pool? NOPE. Sorry. The pool will be off limits during Barnfest. There is a swing set that kids are welcome to play on under your supervision, and we’ll have some lawn games set up.
•Where do I park? Barnfest parking is in the mowed grass lot directly across The Outdoor Store. Senior and handicapped parking in the driveway and around the back of the barn. If you’re staying till the end you might want a flashlight to find your car.

Tickets available here!