Weekly News for July 28, 2021

Join us for Worship!

We are now worshiping in-person and online on Sunday at 9:30 am. At this time because of the heat we are worshipping in the Fellowship Hall.  At this time we are still following CDC guidelines and are requiring you to be masked and socially distanced.  For those who wish to join us online via livestream please connect with us YouTube at youtube.com/c/nyccucc.   If you would like to see the Sunday Bulletin that can be found on our website at http://nyccucc.com

Pastor Nancy on Vacation

Pastor Nancy will be on vacation from August 3-16. Rev. Ed. DeLong will be our guest pastor for August 1 and 8th.

Pastoral Care Requests

For prayer requests or pastoral care during pastor Nancy’s sabbatical please contact Deacons Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017.

Message from Kathy and Lois

If you or someone you know is struggling in our community, please Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017 to assess how NYCC church family can help.

News from the Missions Committee

Dear Friends,

                 Just a quick update of what has been going on at the Missions Committee.  10%, $7,500, of Pat’s gift to the church was designated for the Local Missions Funds.  Committee members meet and decided that the funds should help those in Maine with food or basic need insecurities.  With lots of discussion and research, we decided to send $1000 to five Maine organizations.   The folks receiving the funds have sent wonderful, moving thank you notes.  Pat would be so pleased.

$1000 Maine Needs—P O Box 4174, Portland ME 04101.  They strive to help people meet their basic material needs by providing clothing, hygiene products, household items and other necessities in an environment of dignity and compassion.  Both their website http://www.maineneeds.org and Facebook page Maine Needs have a lot of information about what they are doing.

 $1000 Food Shepherds Food Bank PO Box 1807, Auburn, ME 04211.   The $1000 will provide 3000 meals @ 33 cents per meal.    Their website is http://www.gsfb.org.

 $1000 Machias Food Pantry, 9 Center Street, Machias. ME 04091.  The funds will be used to build a larger facility as the need in the area is growing.

 $1000 Harrison Food Bank, PO Box 112 Harrison, ME  04040.  The Food Bank provides food to those in need in Harrison, Waterford and surrounding areas.  Currently they are feeding 500 families per week.  During the pandemic, they have waived the paperwork for town requirements to get food because no one should be hungry.

$1000 to the Passamaquoddy Tribe in Perry, Maine.  The funds will be used to purchase winter clothing for the children.

The remaining $2,500 will be used for Thanksgiving and Christmas giving.   Peace and Prayers, Tracy       

Yard Sale

There will be a yard sale at the church on Saturday, August 21 from 1-3 pm.                                                    If you have any questions, please contact Gary Davis at 831-1254.                                                              Accepting donations Now.  No clothing. 

AROUND and ABOUT

So…..what’s happening at our church, you might ask?   Certainly we are not back to normal at this point. We are trying to stay within the latest Covid-19  guide-lines, but it’s surprising how normal Sunday worship is. Yes, we are in the Fellowship Hall which we usually are this time of year.  All the windows are open, and the fans are on high! Folks are respecting a discreet distance from one another. And an oft heard question is, “are you vaccinated?” It seems like everyone is except the younger folks who keep their masks on.   It seems quite safe. Peter is at the piano and we are singing.  This could all change in a heartbeat as the Covid-Delta Variant is taking hold everywhere.  Don’t throw your masks out yet!

Kathy W. has arranged for Sunday service coverage until Pastor Nancy returns and they, Pastor Joe, and Pastor Ed,  have given us some excellent worship services. We have had 3 funerals in the last 6 weeks and Lois K. has really worked hard and put in many, many hours to see that these events are “up to NYCC standards” even though not much has been done in our kitchen as far as food prep is concerned. The families have been so understanding of the restrictions under which we are working. A lot of setting up and tearing down of Fellowship Hall, but a willingness on everyone’s part, especially the families, to help with this has been much appreciated. This past Saturday I went to the church about 8:30ish to check on something (the funeral service was at 11:00) Lois was already there. I went back to church to take the mail in about 3:30 and Lois was still there!  A huge shout out of thanks to Lois. Lois does have some willing and able helpers with these events.

It’s hard to use the word lawn when talking about the green, brown, yellow stuff growing around our building, but with George B.’s tender care, mowing trimming etc., the grounds are looking quite good. George, thank you so much for mowing and also for your daily mouse/snake patrol. Lyn appreciates your diligence!

Speaking of Lyn! Under very awkward conditions Lyn has been critically instrumental in keeping the church operating in its usual “do it right” mode. She has had extremely little use of her right arm after shoulder surgery, and this on top of an abundance of extra work, extra bulletins, accommodating 4 different pastors, bookkeeping chores, weekly newsletters, and other usual stuff she never said “I can’t do this”. She accepted my offer to be her right arm on the computer upstairs as she kept up her financial responsibilities, and I have never pushed anyone’s patience buttons as far as I did hers. She never said a word, but I knew how trying it must have been. I’m not proficient on a computer with 2 good arms!

The Trustees are continuing to plug away at their “needs to be taken care of” list. The Deacons have had extra duties with the extra services. Missions is keeping up with pet pantry and was so pleased to help 5 organizations in the state with a financial gift from the money we received from Pat Field’s will.

And last but not least, you folks are being so faithful with your financial support. This time of year sometimes can be a bit dicey with the bottom line, but thanks to you, our finances are OK. I’m not going to brag on this too much, just incredibly thankful for your support.

I would be totally remiss if I didn’t acknowledge and stand in awe of our techie team! Nate S. Jeff S. Vince G. and Caroline R. are sending out our Sunday services, and they are faithful to the core doing this. We still have a following from folks who live away and of course, our faithful members who are opting to stay at home.  Isn’t it good that they can “be” with us on Sunday mornings! THANK YOU, TECH TEAM!

Respectfully,  Jeanne,  VM

Please keep the following people in your prayers ~

Julie Beggs

Marion Goff 

Sandra Golonka

Vince Golonka

Richard and Nancy Lowell

Blanche and Jim Mays

Lin Tompson Murphy

Cindy Tompson

Help for the Homeless

Summer needs for Grace Street Ministries:  new socks men and women’s – ankle and crew – white.  New men’s boxer briefs – M L XL.  Sports bras- new.  Consignment ready summer clothes – t-shirts, shorts, etc., and I have created a list on Amazon of personal care travel size items:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/5BE4ICKT49WW?ref_=wl_share

You can order off that list and have it shipped to my home address or you can just use it for ideas and purchase elsewhere.  I will make Ziplock bags of stuff to give out. 

 I will not be doing Tuesdays during my sabbatical but will give items to Pastor Jeff and Pastor Karen for them to hand out.  Thank you, Nancy

Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)

OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Weekly News for July 14, 2021

Happenings at Church The parking lot will be used for parking for a wedding on Saturday, July 17 starting at 5 pm.  Guests will be shuttled to the venue.

All State Paving have been granted the use of our satellite parking across the street as the paving of route 115 gets going.  They will use the space for staging when they get to this end.  Possibly a three to four week time frame on this.
Let’s Celebrate!
We will be celebrating Ernie and Sharon Clark’s 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, July 24 after church with cake and ice cream.  No gifts please.  Cards would be lovely.
In Person Worship  We are now worshiping in person. We plan to be outside as much as possible, but it is raining or too hot we will move inside to the Fellowship Hall.  At this time, we will continue to be masked and socially distanced.  We will also be live streaming on YouTube at youtube.com/c/nyccucc.   
Pastor Nancy on Sabbatical
Pastor Nancy will be on Sabbatical for the month of July and then will take the first two weeks in August for vacation, Nancy will be away from July 1 – August 17.  Pastor Joe Connolly will be our guest pastor and will cover emergency pastoral care for the first three weeks in July and then Rev. Ed DeLong will cover the next three weeks- 7/25, 8/1,8/8.
Pastoral Care Requests For prayer requests or pastoral care during pastor Nancy’s sabbatical please contact Deacons Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017.  If you wish to speak with Pastor Joe, they will ask him to contact you.
Message from Kathy and Lois
If you or someone you know is struggling in our community, please Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017 to assess how NYCC church family can help. 
Please keep the following people in your prayers ~
The Family of Norma Pride
Julie Beggs
Marion Goff  
Sandra Golonka
Vince Golonka
Richard and Nancy Lowell 
Blanche and Jim Mays
Lin Tompson Murphy Cindy Tompson 
Help for the Homeless Summer needs for Grace Street Ministries:  new socks men and women’s – ankle and crew – white.  New men’s boxer briefs – M L XL.  Sports bras- new.  Consignment ready summer clothes – t-shirts, shorts, etc., and I have created a list on Amazon of personal care travel size items:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/5BE4ICKT49WW?ref_=wl_share

You can order off that list and have it shipped to my home address or you can just use it for ideas and purchase elsewhere.  I will make Ziplock bags of stuff to give out.  
 
I will not be doing Tuesdays during my sabbatical but will give items to Pastor Jeff and Pastor Karen for them to hand out.

Thank you, Nancy

Weekly News for July 7, 2021

Memorial Service
A memorial service for Jeanne Golding will be held at NYCC on Saturday, July 10th at 10 am, followed by a reception in Fellowship Hall. Following CDC Guidelines, anyone who is not fully vaccinated please wear a mask.

In Person Worship
We are now worshiping in person. We plan to be outside as much as possible, but it is raining or too hot we will move inside to the Fellowship Hall. At this time we will continue to be masked and socially distanced. We will also be live streaming on YouTube at youtube.com/c/nyccucc.

Pastor Nancy on Sabbatical
Pastor Nancy will be on Sabbatical for the month of July and then will take the first two weeks in August for vacation, Nancy will be away from July 1 – August 17. Pastor Joe Connolly will be our guest pastor and will cover emergency pastoral care for the first three weeks in July and then we will have other guest pastors or Lay lead worship.

Pastoral Care Requests
For prayer requests or pastoral care during pastor Nancy’s sabbatical please contact Deacons Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017. If you wish to speak with Pastor Joe, they will ask him to contact you.

Message from Kathy and Lois
If you or someone you know is struggling in our community, please Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017 to assess how NYCC church family can help.

Trustees Meeting
The Trustees will meet in person at the church on Tuesday, July 13 at 6 p.m.

Please keep the following people in your prayers ~

The Family of Jeanne Golding
Julie Beggs
Marion Goff
Sandra Golonka
Vince Golonka
Richard and Nancy Lowell
Blanche and Jim Mays
Lin Tompson Murphy
Cindy Tompson

Help for the Homeless
Summer needs for Grace Street Ministries: new socks men and women’s – ankle and crew – white. New men’s boxer briefs – M L XL. Sports bras- new. Consignment ready summer clothes – t-shirts, shorts, etc., and I have created a list on Amazon of personal care travel size items:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/5BE4ICKT49WW?ref_=wl_share

You can order off that list and have it shipped to my home address or you can just use it for ideas and purchase elsewhere. I will make Ziplock bags of stuff to give out.

I will not be doing Tuesdays during my sabbatical but will give items to Pastor Jeff and Pastor Karen for them to hand out.

Thank you, Nancy

Links for Recurring Zoom Meetings and Worship

Council: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81321017944?pwd=QzkwRll0ajhuV3FXVTBPYjJJU1RJQT09

Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)
OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Weekly News for July 30, 2021

IN THE NEWS THIS WEEK!

In Person Worship

We are now worshiping in person. We plan to be outside as much as possible, but it is raining or too hot we will move inside to the Fellowship Hall.  At this time, we will continue to be masked and socially distanced.  We will also be live streaming on YouTube at youtube.com/c/nyccucc.  

Pastor Nancy on Sabbatical

Pastor Nancy will be on Sabbatical for the month of July and then will take the first two weeks in August for vacation, Nancy will be away from July 1 – August 17.  Pastor Joe Connolly will be our guest pastor and will cover emergency pastoral care for the first three weeks in July and then we will have other guest pastors or Lay lead worship.

Pastoral Care Requests

For prayer requests or pastoral care during pastor Nancy’s sabbatical please contact Deacons Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017.  If you wish to speak with Pastor Joe, they will ask him to contact you.

Message from Kathy and Lois

If you or someone you know is struggling in our community, please Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017 to assess how NYCC church family can help.

A Note from Leah

I would like to take this opportunity to recognize those who helped to make this year’s Strawberry Festival a huge success.  Through the generosity of several monetary contributions from outside and inside the church, all of our expenses were met prior to the festival and we were able to net $2,100.00.

Advertising: Pam Ames

Solicitors for pies and ice cream: Gail Strattard, Candace Smith, Susan Elliott

Pie Makers: Nancy Lowell, Donna Smith, Leslie Eastman, Lyn Glassock, Marcia Woodward, Susan Elliott, Judy Maddox, Martha McConnell, Jess Mc Connell, Trudy Sappington, Libby Steele, Sue Berube, Sue Gerry, Saarah Balvin, Kathy Mathews, Sara Rose, Grace Rose, Caroline Rose, Gail Strattard, Jeff Shorey , Jean Goff, Deanna Davis. (If I have left anyone off, my apologies as some made pies with their own berries so I might not have them on my list) Also, some people had signed up to make pies but I ran out of berries on Thursday evening!! Thanks to them too!!)

Biscuit Makers: Priscilla Brobst and Shirley Lake (235 plus biscuits were made. I don’t know how many were taste tested and not in the count! 😊)

Helpers/ Set up/ loans of EZ Up canopies:  Rev Nancy, George and David Black, Chris and Tracy Dahlgren, Jeanne Chadbourne, Susan Elliot, Norm and Donna Smith, Cindy Libby, Judy Maddox, Sara, Grace and Caroline Rose, Deanna and Gary Davis, Jon and Emma Bickford, Nora Strawbridge, Sarah Balvin, Lyn and Frank Glassock, Men’s Club, Chris Collins, Dana Fortier, John Deans, Boy Scout Troop 121 in Auburn (Don and Cody Malpass), Marcia Woodward, Marsha and Mark Heath, Leslie Eastman, Cathy Whittier.

I hope I have not left anyone off the list.. the positive responses to helping on it were overwhelming and I appreciate all that everyone did to make this a memorable event. I think this afternoon was what Rosalyn Baston and Priscilla Brobst had in mind when they started this 28 years ago!!

Trustees Meeting

The Trustees will meet in person at the church on Tuesday, July 6 at 6 p.m.

CaringBridge

Hello,

A CaringBridge Site was created for Sandra Golonka. It’s a caring social network to help people stay connected with family and friends during a health event. Follow Sandra’s site and be sure to visit often to stay updated and share messages of support.

Visit Sandra’s Website

Site Link: http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/sandragolonka

Site Name: sandragolonka

New to CaringBridge? Sign up for an account to take part in a CaringBridge website.  Sincerely, Nancy White

Please keep the following people in your prayers ~

Julie Beggs

Marion Goff 

Sandra Golonka

Vince Golonka

Richard and Nancy Lowell

Blanche and Jim Mays

Lin Tompson Murphy

Cindy Tompson

Help for the Homeless

Summer needs for Grace Street Ministries:  new socks men and women’s – ankle and crew – white.  New men’s boxer briefs – M L XL.  Sports bras- new.  Consignment ready summer clothes – t-shirts, shorts, etc., and I have created a list on Amazon of personal care travel size items:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/5BE4ICKT49WW?ref_=wl_share

You can order off that list and have it shipped to my home address or you can just use it for ideas and purchase elsewhere.  I will make Ziplock bags of stuff to give out. 

I will not be doing Tuesdays during my sabbatical but will give items to Pastor Jeff and Pastor Karen for them to hand out. Thank you, Nancy

Weekly News for June 2, 2021

Youth Group
Youth Group will not meet today. Youth Group will meet next Wednesday, June 9 from 4-5 pm at the church.

In Person Worship to Begin on Sunday, June 6
We will be worshiping in person beginning on June 6. We plan to be outside as much as possible, but if the weather is inclement we will move inside to the Fellowship Hall. At this time we will continue to be masked and socially distanced. Don’t forget your chair!
Coming to church on Sunday?
The food pantry cart will be out on the lawn if you would like to make a donation. Thank you!

Missions Missions put together 20 toiletry and cleaning buckets for Maine Needs based in Portland that will go to whom ever needs them in the state of Maine. “Maine Needs is a grassroots organization, powered by a growing collective of volunteers. We know how resilient people are, but not all of life should be about overcoming adversity. We aim to meet people on the hill they climb and ease stressors by rallying the heart of the community to provide basic needs”. You can read more about them online or on Facebook.


Upcoming Meetings

Trustees will be meeting on Tuesday, June 8 at 6pm via Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83667379574?pwd=MktBWU5wYytXREt0cVFEZW9McTFRUT09

Diaconate will be meeting on Tuesday, June 8 at 6pm via Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89617775399?pwd=Q2dpMnBqeE0rT2hEenF4NG5JUkZTUT09

Council will meet on Thursday, June 17 at 6:30 pm via Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81321017944?pwd=QzkwRll0ajhuV3FXVTBPYjJJU1RJQT09


Message from Pastor Nancy

If you or someone you know is struggling in our community, please contact me nyccrevnancy@gmail.com to assess how NYCC church family can help. Thanks, Nancy
Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)

OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Please keep the following people in your prayers ~

The Family of Dick Baston – Dick passed away on May 30. A reception will be held here at NYCC on Monday, June 14th.


Marion Goff


Sandra Golonka

Richard and Nancy Lowell

Blanche and Jim Mays


Cindy Tompson


STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL NEWS
Strawberries plants are blooming with hope for fabulous berries in June!

The strawberry festival will be held on Saturday, June 26 from 1-3 pm.

The following is a list of dates to remember and also to review and see if you can help!!

Thursday, June 24 Pie plate and berry pick up at the church from 4-6 pm.
Prepping of berries during this time frame also.

Friday, June 25 set up in the fellowship hall 4pm.

Saturday, June 26

10am (weather permitting), set up of outside seating and EZ-up awnings
Prepping of sliced berries

Noon Those working on the festival arrive to double check your station and understand workflow.

1-3pm Festival

After 3 pm Clean up crew

NOTE: We will be following the current CDC guidelines for the festival.

Thanks, Leah Davis
Email lddavis115@gmail.com or mamad115@hotmail.com
Cell 776-3419
Home 829-6266


Pie Recipes

Thank you for baking a pie or pies for the Strawberry Festival. We are including recipes for your use or you may have a favorite of your own. We would appreciate two-crust or lattice-top baked pies. Please, no refrigerated pies. Label the pie box (S) for strawberry or (SR) for Strawberry Rhubarb.

Strawberry Pie
Bake at 350, 1 hr. until golden brown
1 quart strawberries
Mix together and sprinkle over fruit:
3/4 sup sugar
4 Tbs. flour
Pastry for a 2-crust pie

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
Bake at 350, 1 hr. until golden brown
2 cups strawberries
2 cups rhubarb
Mix together and sprinkle over fruit:
1/13 cups sugar
1/3 cup flour
Butter top of mixture
Pastry for a 2-crust pie

If you are interested, please respond to this email so that I know whether to move forward with planning at mamad115@hotmail.com

Have a great day,
Leah Davis

Help for the Homeless
It’s spring! Thank you all for your continued support for Grace Street Ministries. Please hold on all winter gear until next year. Warm weather needs include travel size toiletries including sunscreen and lip balm. And of course gift cards for places like Dunkin Donuts($5) and grocery stores- Hannaford’s, Shaws and Market Basket($10.). Any fast food chain in Portland will work as well. Thank you! Pastor Nancy


Links for Recurring Zoom Meetings and Worship
Council: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81321017944?pwd=QzkwRll0ajhuV3FXVTBPYjJJU1RJQT09

Tuesday Gals: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83989985429?pwd=TzF2N2ZtMW1JbEJqc3BuWHUxdHpIUT09

Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)

OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Join us for zoom coffee hour following worship. (Approx. 10:15AM)
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83955604677?pwd=UXBQYTB0b0lFZ2FhVHB6d0dVTTJYZz09

Weekly News for May 26, 2021

Office Hours for Pastor Joe
Pastor Joe will be in the office on Thursdays from 10:00 -12:00 pm starting this week. If anyone would like to meet with Pastor Joe please stop by.


Pastoral Care Requests
For prayer requests or pastoral care during pastor Nancy’s sabbatical please contact Deacons Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017. If you wish to speak with Pastor Joe, they will ask him to contact you.


News from the Office
Lyn, our Church Administrator, will be out of the office from June 7 to June 17 for shoulder surgery. While she is out, the office will be covered from 8:30-10:30 am Monday-Wednesday. Pastor Nancy will be in the office on Thursdays from 10:00-12:00 pm(not confirmed). The phones and email will be checked during this time.


Council News
In an effort to better communicate with members and friends of NYCC, we will provide you with a link to the approved minutes of Council’s last meeting every month. Please be sure to read them so that you will know what is currently happening at NYCC! Please click on the link below to take a look at the April minutes. Marsha S. Heath, Moderator

Click here to read April Council Minutes

CHURCH YARD SALE
There has been some interest in having a church yard sale sometime this summer. Is there a committee or a person who would like to spearhead this fundraiser this summer or early fall? Please let me know by calling me at 829-5940 or 653-1966. Thanks! Marsha Heath

CONFERENCE DUES
This is the time of year that our church must pay its conference dues. Conference dues are based on the number of members we have in our congregation. The per member dues is $18.00 for the Maine Conference and the Cumberland Association. If you haven’t done so already, the church would welcome payment from each member in this amount if you are so inclined. Thank you in advance.
Marsha H., Moderator

Please keep the following people
in your prayers ~

Marion Goff


Sandra Golonka – Sandra has been diagnosed with cancer. She will begin Chemotherapy and Radiation treatments. Please send cards to her home. Continued prayers are appreciated.


Richard and Nancy Lowell


Blanche and Jim Mays


Cindy Tompson

In Person Worship to Begin on Sunday, June 6
We will be worshiping in person beginning on June 6. We plan to be outside as much as possible, but if the weather is inclement we will move inside to the Fellowship Hall. At this time we will continue to be masked and socially distanced. Don’t forget your chair!


Strawberry Festival
The Strawberry Festival is back! Plans are underway to hold the festival under tents outside on church grounds following all CDC Guidelines on Saturday, June 26th from 1:00-3:00 pm. If you haven’t already and would like to help please contact Leah D. at mamad115@hotmail.com

Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)
OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Help for the Homeless
It’s spring! Thank you all for your continued support for Grace Street Ministries. Please hold on all winter gear until next year. Warm weather needs include travel size toiletries including sunscreen and lip balm. And of course gift cards for places like Dunkin Donuts($5) and grocery stores- Hannaford’s, Shaws and Market Basket($10.). Any fast food chain in Portland will work as well. Thank you! Pastor Nancy


Links for Recurring Zoom Meetings and Worship
Trustees will be meeting on Tuesday, May 11 at 6pm via Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83667379574?pwd=MktBWU5wYytXREt0cVFEZW9McTFRUT
Council: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81321017944?pwd=QzkwRll0ajhuV3FXVTBPYjJJU1RJQT09

Tuesday Gals: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83989985429?pwd=TzF2N2ZtMW1JbEJqc3BuWHUxdHpIUT09
Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)

OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Join us for zoom coffee hour following worship. (Approx. 10:15AM)
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83955604677?pwd=UXBQYTB0b0lFZ2FhVHB6d0dVTTJYZz09

Weekly News for May 5, 2021

Office Hours for Pastor JoePastor Joe will be in the office on Thursdays from 10:00 -12:00 pm starting this week.  If anyone would like to meet with Pastor Joe please stop by.
Welcome New Members
We are happy to have welcomed six new members at NYCC on Sunday, May 2nd.  They are Jon and Terri Bickford, Alex and Sara Rose, and Cody and Susanellen Stearns.  Welcome to the NYCC church family.  We look forward to getting to know you better!
Upcoming Meetings
Trustees will be meeting on Tuesday, May 11 at 6pm via Zoom  
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83667379574?pwd=MktBWU5wYytXREt0cVFEZW9McTFRUT09

Diaconate will be meeting on Tuesday, May 11 at 6pm via Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89617775399?pwd=Q2dpMnBqeE0rT2hEenF4NG5JUkZTUT09

Missions will meet on Monday, May 17 at 7 pm via Zoom


Council will meet on Thursday, May 20 at 6:30 pm via Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81321017944?pwd=QzkwRll0ajhuV3FXVTBPYjJJU1RJQT09
BIG ASK – God Welcomes AllWhile I am on sabbatical in May and July,  it would be really nice to have different families sing god welcomes all ( in whatever key works for you).  So you need to record and upload and soon would be great.  

I know I ask a lot from you all and I truly do appreciate it.  Thank you in advance!!!!  

Please let Lyn in the office know when you have uploaded your video at nyarmouthccucc@gmail.com or 829-3644.

Thank you, Pastor Nancy

Here is the link for submitting your video:

https://forms.gle/i85is9aZTUh2p7gy8
Looking for Readers
As Nancy is on sabbatical from May 3 thru may 30, we are making a schedule of readers for those Sunday’s.  As usual we will have a call to worship (more than one reader in household is best, but one will work) and scripture.  We have filled in a few spaces.  The dates are posted below.

May 9 – Jeanne C.   Jeff S.     (FULL)
May 16 – Gail S.   Peter D.   (FULL)
May 23 –   Sharon C.           (Need 1)
May 30 –                                  (Need 2)

Please let Lyn know if you are willing and available nyarmouthccucc@gmail.com.  Lyn can help with recording if needed.  As usual it needs to be done by Wednesday of the week before.
Pastoral Care RequestsFor prayer requests or pastoral care during pastor Nancy’s sabbatical please contact Deacons Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017.  If you wish to speak with Pastor Joe, they will ask him to contact you.
Graduates
Do you have someone graduating from high school or college this year?  Please let us know.  We would like to congratulate them.  nyarmouthccucc@gmail.com 
In Person Worship to Begin in JuneWe are planning to start up in person gatherings in June – yay! We will continue to be masked and socially distanced and will plan to be outside as much as possible.
Message from Kathy and Lois
If you or someone you know is struggling in our community, please Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017 to assess how NYCC church family can help. Thanks, Nancy nyccrevnancy@gmail.com
Trustee News
James & Whitney, Co. Roofing have been hired to replace the roofs over the sanctuary and the office.  Work is slated to begin Thursday, May 6.
Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)

OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at              youtube.com/c/nyccucc
Please keep the following people
in your prayers ~

Marion Goff  
Sandra Golonka – Sandra will have her gallbladder removed on May 24.
 Richard and Nancy Lowell – Dick is now home recuperating.

Blanche and Jim MaysCindy Tompson 
Susan Elliott is walking for Habitat
Susan has been walking for HFH for many years.  If you would like to support join her on her walk by supporting Habitat for Humanity there are two ways to do it.

1.  Click here to donate online at https://charity.gofundme.com/springtimewalk2021.  Click on Donation, then pick her team (Susan&Bella).

2.  Write a check to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland and write (Susan&Bella) in the memo line.  Send checks to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland, Att: Laura Duplissis, 659 Warren Avenue Portland, ME 04103.
Help for the HomelessIt’s spring!  Thank you all for your continued support for Grace Street Ministries.  Please hold on all winter gear until next year. Warm weather needs include travel size toiletries including sunscreen and lip balm. And of course gift cards for places like Dunkin Donuts($5) and grocery stores- Hannaford’s, Shaws and Market Basket($10.). Any fast food chain in Portland will work as well.  Thank you!  Pastor Nancy 
Links for Recurring Zoom Meetings and Worship
Council: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81321017944?pwd=QzkwRll0ajhuV3FXVTBPYjJJU1RJQT09

Tuesday Gals:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83989985429?pwd=TzF2N2ZtMW1JbEJqc3BuWHUxdHpIUT09
 Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)

OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at              youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Join us for zoom coffee hour following worship. (Approx. 10:15AM) 
 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83955604677?pwd=UXBQYTB0b0lFZ2FhVHB6d0dVTTJYZz09

Weekly News for April 28, 2021

BIG ASK – God Welcomes All

While I am on sabbatical in May and July, it would be really nice to have different families sing god welcomes all (in whatever key works for you).  So you need to record and upload and soon would be great.  I know I ask a lot from you all and I truly do appreciate it.  Thank you in advance!!!!  Please let Lyn in the office know when you have uploaded your video at nyarmouthccucc@gmail.com or 846-3644. Thank you, Pastor Nancy

Here is the link for submitting your video:

https://forms.gle/i85is9aZTUh2p7gy8

Looking for Readers

As Nancy is on sabbatical from May 3 thru May 30, we are making a schedule of readers for those Sunday’s.  As usual we will have a call to worship (more than one reader in household is best, but one will work) and scripture.  We have filled in a few spaces.  The dates are posted below.

May 9 – Jeanne C.   Jeff S.     (FULL)

May 16 – Gail S.                      (Need 1)

May 23 –                                  (Need 2)

May 30 –                                  (Need 2)

Please let Lyn know if you are willing and available nyarmouthccucc@gmail.com.  Lyn can help with recording if needed.  As usual it needs to be done by Wednesday of the week before.

Pastoral Care Requests

For prayer requests or pastoral care during pastor Nancy’s sabbatical please contact Deacons Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017.  If you wish to speak with Pastor Joe, they will ask him to contact you.

Spring Cleanup

Thanks to all who helped on church cleanup day!  We had good weather and we were able to get everything done. 

In Person Worship

There will be an In-person parking lot worship on Sunday, May 2- bring a lawn chair and wear a mask!  Worship for the rest of May will be virtual. We are planning to start up in person gatherings in June – yay! We will continue to be masked and socially distanced and will plan to be outside as much as possible.

Youth Group

Youth Group meeting on Friday April 30 to go help move Grace Street Ministry storage closet at Williston Immanuel church in Portland-  be at church at 3:30 pm…. we will go visit baby goats at From Away Farm this Sunday after worship….. no other youth groups until June.

Trustee News

James & Whitney, Co. Roofing have been hired to replace the roofs over the sanctuary and the office.  Work is now slated to begin this coming Monday, May 3 due to weather.

Sabbatical leave

It’s that time! I have now been your pastor for about

5 1/2 years and it is time for sabbatical. Due to Covid-19 I will be doing it in a new way. I am taking 4 weeks in May (3rd- 30th) and then I will be back in June and will take my second 4 weeks in July. As I will not be traveling, I will be observing Sabbath rest at home along with some self-study. The Diaconate has hired Rev Joseph Connelly (see bio below) to cover worship and emergency pastoral care. More details to come next week. Thank you for providing me the opportunity for this sabbatical time.

Blessings, Pastor Nancy

Biography of Rev. Mr. Joseph Connolly

After a 23 year pastorate the Rev. Mr. Joseph (call me Joe) Connolly, retired as the Pastor and Teacher of the United Church of Christ, First Congregational of Norwich, New York in 2019.  Norwich is in a very rural Upstate area.  He was the longest serving pastor the church had seen in its 200+ years.  Rev. Connolly had a previous career as a writer as a playwright and as a songwriter (lyricist).  He is a member of the Dramatist Guild, A.S.C.A.P., and had material performed Off -Broadway.  Yes (full confession), he is a native of New York City.  Joe’s wife, Bonnie Scott Connolly, was a long time resident of Brunswick when she and Joe met.  How did they meet?  Joe is the best friend of her cousin and he was visiting Maine with him.  Bonnie and Joe hit it off right away (in part because they are both fond of puns).  When they met Bonnie was an award winning staff photographer on the Brunswick Times Record.  They moved to Bangor when First Parish Church in Brunswick sponsored Joe at Bangor Theological Seminary.

Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page) OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Message from Kathy and Lois

If you or someone you know is struggling in our community, please Kathy Whittier at 254-7509 or Lois knight 318-0017 to assess how NYCC church family can help. Thanks, Nancy nyccrevnancy@gmail.com

Please keep the following people in your prayers ~

Marion Goff 

Sandra Golonka – Sandra will have her gallbladder removed and they will biopsy the tumor.  This will probably happen within the next couple of weeks.

Richard and Nancy Lowell – Dick is now home recuperating.

Blanche and Jim Mays

Cindy Tompson

Susan Elliott is walking for Habitat

Susan has been walking for HFH for many years.  If you would like to support join her on her walk by supporting Habitat for Humanity there are two ways to do it.

1.  Click here to donate online at https://charity.gofundme.com/springtimewalk2021.  Click on Donation, then pick her team (Susan&Bella).

2.  Write a check to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland and write (Susan&Bella) in the memo line.  Send checks to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland, Att: Laura Duplissis, 659 Warren Avenue Portland, ME 04103.

Habitat for Humanity Walk

Greetings from Congregational Church in Cumberland!  We hope you will participate in our 35th annual virtual Springtime Walk during the month of May to support Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland.  Walk any of the suggested routes in Cumberland, North Yarmouth, Yarmouth, or Falmouth, or explore your own path – on a sidewalk or hiking trail.  Any distance and any date would be great.  Please share this information with your members and friends so we can support this vital mission together.

* Sign up to fundraise on your own or as part of a team: https://charity.gofundme.com/springtimewalk2021.

* Bring or find a bag for plogging (picking up trash while walking).

* Walk on the sidewalk or hike on a trail.  Every step helps provide a house for a hard-working family.

* Join the photo scavenger hunt by downloading your photos to win a prize!

* Invite a friend or neighbor to join you.  All ages welcome!

* Read more about Habitat’s mission here: http://habitatportlandme.org/mission/

Thank you for your support. Happy Spring!

From the Church Administrator

Thank you all very much for the lovely cards, ecards, flowers, lunch and gifts given to me for Administrative Professionals Day.  They are all so lovely.  I am excited to begin my 11th year here helping to build a new website, continuing to record music with our organists and others as needed along with my daily routine. I am still sewing for the mask basket (500 masks to date for NYCC), and pray for the day we will no longer need them.  Again, thank you for your thoughtfulness. Love, Lyn

Help for the Homeless

It’s spring!  Thank you all for your continued support for Grace Street Ministries.  Please hold on all winter gear until next year. Warm weather needs include travel size toiletries including sunscreen and lip balm. And of course gift cards for places like Dunkin Donuts($5) and grocery stores- Hannaford’s, Shaws and Market Basket($10.). Any fast food chain in Portland will work as well.  Thank you!  Pastor Nancy

Links for Recurring Zoom Meetings and Worship

Council: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81321017944?pwd=QzkwRll0ajhuV3FXVTBPYjJJU1RJQT09

Tuesday Gals:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83989985429?pwd=TzF2N2ZtMW1JbEJqc3BuWHUxdHpIUT09

Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)

OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at              youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Join us for zoom coffee hour following worship. (Approx. 10:15AM)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83955604677?pwd=UXBQYTB0b0lFZ2FhVHB6d0dVTTJYZz09

Weekly News for April 21, 2021

Spring Cleanup 

Spring Cleanup at the church has been scheduled for Saturday, April 24th at 9 am.  We will be taking down the remainder of the storm windows and putting up the Screens, and raking the yard.  Please join us with work gloves and a rake.  The more the merrier!   If needed the rain date is May 1 at 9 am.

Youth Group

No youth group today – check with pastor Nancy for reschedule!

In Person Worship

There will be an In person parking lot worship on Sunday, May 2- bring a lawn chair and wear a mask!

Cumberland Assoc. Spring Meeting

Sat. April 24, 9 AM – Noon

Worship & Business Meeting

Guest Speaker Rev. Paul NIckerson

Re-Launching as a Hybrid Church

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85231694136?pwd=MGt1Zlorek9KQzJmUGU1TFlkKytEdz09

Sabbatical leave

It’s that time! I have now been your pastor for about
5 1/2 years and it is time for sabbatical. Due to Covid 19 I will be doing it in a new way. I am taking 4 weeks in May ( 3rd- 30th) and then I will be back in June and will take my second 4 weeks in July. As I will not be traveling , I will be observing sabbath rest at home along with some self study. The Diaconate has hired Rev Joseph Connelly (see bio below) to cover worship and emergency pastoral care. More details to come next week. Thank you for providing me the opportunity for this sabbatical time. Blessings, Pastor Nancy

Rev. Mr. Joseph Connolly

After a 23 year pastorate the Rev. Mr. Joseph (call me Joe) Connolly, retired as the  Pastor and Teacher of the United Church of Christ, First Congregational of Norwich, New York in 2019.  Norwich is in a very rural Upstate area.  He was the longest serving pastor the church had seen in its 200+ years.  Rev. Connolly had a previous career as a writer as a playwright and as a songwriter (lyricist).  He is a member of the Dramatist Guild, A.S.C.A.P., and had material performed Off -Broadway.  Yes (full confession), he is a native of New York City.  Joe’s wife, Bonnie Scott Connolly, was a long time resident of Brunswick when she and Joe met.  How did they meet?  Joe is the best friend of her cousin and he was visiting Maine with him.  Bonnie and Joe hit it off right away (in part because they are both fond of puns).  When they met Bonnie was an award winning staff photographer on the Brunswick Times Record.  They moved to Bangor when First Parish Church in Brunswick sponsored Joe at Bangor Theological Seminary.

Council News

In an effort to better communicate with members and friends of NYCC, we will provide you with a link to the approved minutes of Council’s last meeting every month.  Please be sure to read them so that you will know what is currently happening at NYCC!  Please click on the link below to take a look at the March minutes.   Marsha S. Heath, Moderator

Read Council Minutes:  https://bit.ly/3gr993B

Trustee News

James & Whitney, Co. Roofing have been hired to replace the roofs over the sanctuary and the office.  Work is slated to begin this coming Tuesday, April 27.

Access Worship

Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)

OR you may access it directly on our YouTube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at              youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Message from Pastor Nancy

If you or someone you know is struggling in our community, please ask them to email me so we can assess how NYCC church family can help. Thanks, Nancy nyccrevnancy@gmail.com

Please keep the following people in your prayers ~

Marion Goff  

Sandra Golonka – Sandra had an ultrasound and a tumor in her Gallbladder was found.  She will be undergoing a cholecystectomy ASAP to remove her gallbladder. 

Richard and Nancy Lowell – Richard had heart surgery this past Monday

Blanche and Jim Mays

Cindy Tompson 

Habitat for Humanity Walk

Hello friends from area churches, 

Greetings from Congregational Church in Cumberland!  We hope you will participate in our 35th annual virtual Springtime Walk during the month of May to support Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland.  Walk any of the suggested routes in Cumberland, North Yarmouth, Yarmouth, or Falmouth, or explore your own path – on a sidewalk or hiking trail.  Any distance and any date would be great.  Please share this information with your members and friends so we can support this vital mission together.

* Sign up to fundraise on your own or as part of a team: https://charity.gofundme.com/springtimewalk2021.

* Bring or find a bag for plogging (picking up trash while walking).

* Walk on the sidewalk or hike on a trail.  Every step helps provide a house for a hard-working family.

* Join the photo scavenger hunt by downloading your photos to win a prize!

* Invite a friend or neighbor to join you.  All ages welcome!

* Read more about Habitat’s mission here: http://habitatportlandme.org/mission/

Thank you for your support. Happy Spring!

Help for the Homeless

It’s spring!  Thank you all for your continued support for Grace Street Ministries.  Please hold on all winter gear until next year. Warm weather needs include travel size toiletries including sunscreen and lip balm. And of course gift cards for places like Dunkin Donuts($5) and grocery stores- Hannaford’s, Shaws and Market Basket($10.). Any fast food chain in Portland will work as well.  Thank you!  Pastor Nancy 

Weekly News for April 14, 2021

Council Meeting

This month’s Council meeting is this Thursday, April 15th at 6:30 p.m. via ZOOM.  The ZOOM connection is contained at the bottom of this e-mail.  We have decided to publish Council minutes once they have been approved by Council members.  Therefore, we are asking the members to review the minutes for last month’s meeting when they receive them from Kathy Whittier in the next day.  Please make note of any corrections or changes that need to be made and be prepared to talk about those changes at this month’s meeting in order to take a vote on the minutes.  Thanks all, Marsha

NYCC Church Council Monthly: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/tZUudeiorzwjHtCZf7TYjShfJb2YijZv3Ada/ics?icsToken=98tyKuGprTkrGtWSuR2DRpwcA4jod_TzmGZEgrd-phmyNxlZUQvwHOAQC7t1Ks6D

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81321017944?pwd=QzkwRll0ajhuV3FXVTBPYjJJU1RJQT09

Youth Group

Youth Group will meet outdoors at the church on Wednesday, April 21 from 4:30-5:30 pm.  Please remember to wear a mask.

Spring Cleanup

Spring Cleanup at the church has been scheduled for Saturday, April 24th at 9 am.  We will be taking down the remainder of the storm windows and putting up the Screens, and raking the yard.  Please join us with work gloves and a rake.  The more the merrier!   If needed the rain date is May 7.

Thank you, Lyn

When I was teaching I found that if the principal was away for whatever reasons, the school operated without a hitch. We teachers carried on doing what we needed to do. However, If the school secretary was gone for even a few hours, things could deteriorate quickly.

I relate this situation to what our Administrative Assistant means to NYCC. Through a year like no other, Lyn has kept us operating as smoothly as possible, and has done so without skipping a beat. She has taken on extra responsibilities for our virtual services, assisted the financial secretary when we were limited as to how many people could be in the building and all while keeping our every day needs in order.

April 21st is Administrative Professionals Recognition Day.  Wouldn’t it be fun to thank Lyn in our own way…..cards, gifts, phone calls…..just to let her know how much we appreciate her as our Admin Asst. There is no way that this can be carried off as a secret surprise. So, if you are inclined, do whatever and however you wish to show your appreciation. If I can help, please let me know.   Jeanne C.

Habitat for Humanity Walk

Hello friends from area churches,

Greetings from Congregational Church in Cumberland!  We hope you will participate in our 35th annual virtual Springtime Walk during the month of May to support Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland.  Walk any of the suggested routes in Cumberland, North Yarmouth, Yarmouth, or Falmouth, or explore your own path – on a sidewalk or hiking trail.  Any distance and any date would be great.  Please share this information with your members and friends so we can support this vital mission together.

* Sign up to fundraise on your own or as part of a team: https://charity.gofundme.com/springtimewalk2021.

* Bring or find a bag for plogging (picking up trash while walking).

* Walk on the sidewalk or hike on a trail.  Every step helps provide a house for a hard-working family.

* Join the photo scavenger hunt by downloading your photos to win a prize!

* Invite a friend or neighbor to join you.  All ages welcome!

* Read more about Habitat’s mission here: http://habitatportlandme.org/mission/

 Thank you for your support. Happy Spring!

Goal Accomplished!!

We have reached our goal of 100 subscribers to our YouTube channel! 

Here is our new YouTube link:  youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Message from Pastor Nancy

If you or someone you know is struggling in our community, please ask them to email me so we can assess how NYCC church family can help. Thanks, Nancy nyccrevnancy@gmail.com

Please keep the following people in your prayers ~

Marion Goff 

Richard and Nancy Lowell – Richard had heart surgery this past Monday

Blanche and Jim Mays

Cindy Tompson

Save the Date

Sat. April 24, 9 AM – Noon

Cumberland Assoc. Spring Meeting

Worship & Business Meeting

Guest Speaker Rev. Paul NIckerson

Re-Launching as a Hybrid Church

Rev. Paul Nickerson

Re-Launching as a Hybrid Church            April 24, 2021

I am delighted that I will be with you at the Cumberland Association meeting on April 24th.   I will be discussing how churches are planning to re-launch public worship, and how to be a hybrid church, both in-person and online.    While we don’t know when we will be able to gather again, now is the time to plan ahead.   Our discussion will include:

Three different ways of having in person and online worship, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.How to speak to four different groups of people who are worshippingTips on how to adapt worship to reach new peopleHow to have a month of celebrations when your church re-opens, engaging the community around you.

Rev. Paul Nickerson is a United Church of Christ pastor, who has served churches in New England, been part of a Conference Staff, and for the past 13 years has been a full-time trainer, coach and consultant for churches all over the country.    Paul lives in Beverly, MA, with his wife, Rev. Dr. Marlayna Schmidt, who is an Intentional Interim Minister.

Help for the Homeless

It’s spring!  Thank you all for your continued support for Grace Street Ministries.  Please hold on all winter gear until next year. Warm weather needs include travel size toiletries including sunscreen and lip balm. And of course gift cards for places like Dunkin Donuts($5) and grocery stores- Hannaford’s, Shaws and Market Basket($10.). Any fast food chain in Portland will work as well.  Thank you!  Pastor Nancy

Links for Recurring Zoom Meetings and Worship

Council: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81321017944?pwd=QzkwRll0ajhuV3FXVTBPYjJJU1RJQT09

Tuesday Gals:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83989985429?pwd=TzF2N2ZtMW1JbEJqc3BuWHUxdHpIUT09

 Access worship video on the church Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NYCC04097/ (you do not need to be a FB user – just click past the create account box to get to our public page)

OR you may access it directly on our youtube channel (subscribe to our channel while you are there) at               youtube.com/c/nyccucc

Join us for zoom coffee hour following worship. (Approx. 10:15AM)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83955604677?pwd=UXBQYTB0b0lFZ2FhVHB6d0dVTTJYZz09