We are coming to the end of a sermon series entitled “More Than a Method.” During the series, we have been looking at some beliefs and practices that are distinctive features of The United Methodist Church. This Sunday, May 28, we look at our heritage and calling when it comes to evangelism in an attempt to redeem the word from the negative images it so often conjures today. Join us this week as we meditate on 1 Peter 3:15-16a and are reminded that at the root of evangelism is “good news.” We hope you’ll join us for worship at 10:30 on Sunday morning to learn more and celebrate God’s goodness!
Catch up on past sermons by clicking here.
To submit your story to be included in the Blakemore anthology, please click here or on the image above.
Our Summer Art Camp provides various creative outlets for kids ages birth-13 to experience God’s love and grace. Led by volunteers, kids may play with paint, design props and scenery, write a dramatic script, compose or play music, or write poetry outside. Click the link to learn more or to register your child today!
Whether your week was full of meetings or deadlines or left you longing for more, reflect with us for Sunday School beginning at 9:30 a.m. Connect in debate and discussion, deepen your understanding of scripture study, or simply relax in the knowledge that you are not alone.
After worship we gather downstairs in the Fellowship Hall for coffee, light snacks, and intergenerational conversations.
Join us on Wednesday evenings during the school year for Wednesday Night Life. We gather downstairs in the Fellowship Hall at 5:30 for a community meal prepared by church members. Following dinner at 6:30, we have a variety of programs for people of all ages, including Handbells. The adult choir then rehearses at 7:30.
Dinner | 5:30 pm ● Programming | 6:30 pm