A core practice of Christian community, and one of the most challenging, is forgiveness. This message is the next in our series in which we look at the various “one another’s” in Christian scripture, and our call to embody a very different kind of community. Enjoy
This is our first message in our new series “Authentic Community” where we will look at 6 different “one another’s,” exploring what it means to live as a community that follows the way of Jesus.
This is the message from our main Easter Worship service at 10:30 a.m. Please join us!
This is our final message in the series “Embracing the Prophets” as we also celebrate Palm Sunday. Join us each Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
This is the third message in our series “Embracing the Prophets.” To watch the video referred to in the message featuring Shane Claiborne, go here. Join us each Sunday at 10:30 or on Facebook Live.
This is our second message in the series “Embracing the Prophets,” using the material created by Walter Brueggemann. Some parts of the message have been removed due to copyright infringement. Enjoy!
Space is available for rental for during the 10 Mi Yard Sale on the grounds of the church. Each space is approximately 20′ x 10′ (long side open to customers) on the grounds of the church (all spots outside!) All spaces face either Dr. Mann Rd. or the driveway of the church. No tables, tents or other supplies are provided. The fee for both days is $50 ($10 returned if your site is left completely clean at the end of Sunday). For more information and/or the application, email Lori at firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited!
Lent is the time of year that followers of Jesus reflect on their faith journey during the 40 days (excluding Sundays) that lead to Easter. This year at CUMC we are using the material created by renowned Old Testament scholar Walter Brueggemann as our guide. The focus is on the poetic prophecy of the Hebrew Scriptures and we will seek to make connections between Israel’s story and the economic and spiritual status of our own situation in the 21st century U.S. We’ll consider the message of these poet-prophets in their own time and place. We’ll ask: what is their message for us today? What steps can we take to reclaim the prophetic message of distributive justice, nonviolence, loss and hope? And maybe most importantly, we’ll reflect on our role in bringing God’s perspective to today’s society. Join us Sundays at 10:30 a.m. or online through the church’s Facebook page. Series begins March 10th.
Our final message in the series “Simple Rules for Life” – join us Sundays at 10:30 a.m. or on FB Live starting around 10:45 a.m.
Our second message in the series “Simple Rules for Life,” based on John Wesley’s 3 general rules – a way of life meant to help all of us “watch over one another in love.”