Monday, July 15, 2024
Worship Services
Sunday Worship 10:00 am
In person and on Facebook
We are pleased to be offering live, in-person worship. Please feel free to attend our worship services so long as you are feeling healthy. If you choose to watch from home, you can watch our services from our Facebook page which you will find at:
Healing Services:
3rd Sunday of February, May , August & November
All are invited to participate in the Service of Healing, either for oneself or on the behalf of another. Laying of hands and anointing with oil play a central role in the healings recorded in the New Testament, Jesus often touched others  -- blessing children, washing feet, healing injuries or disease, and raising people from death. Biblical precedent combines with our natural desire to reach out to persons in need in prompting us to touch gently and lovingly those who ask for healing prayers. such an act is a tangible expression of the presence of the healing Christ, working in and through those who minister in his name. Anointing the forehead with oil is an act invoking the healing love of God. The oil points beyond itself and those doing the anointing to the action of the Holy Spirit and the presence of the healing Christ, who is God's anointed One.
Special Holiday Worship Services:
 The following services are all affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic and may not occur as listed here. Visit our Facebook page for current and up to date information regarding all special services and holidays.
Choir's Christmas Program
     Sunday before Christmas, 11:00 am
Christmas Eve Worship
     7:00 pm
Ash Wednesday Supper & Communion
     6:00 pm
Palm Sunday
     11:00 am
Holy Thursday Supper & Communion
     6:00 pm
Easter Worship
     11:00 am
Thanksgiving Ecumenical Service
     Sunday before Thanksgiving, 7:30 pm
Sacrament of Holy Communion
First Sunday of the Month
Christ our Lord invites to his table all who love him, who earnestly repent of their sin and seek to live in peace with one another.
The Lord's Supper is
REMEMBRANCE of Jesus' sacrificial death and glorious resurrection
CELEBRATION of God's covenant of forgiveness, love and hope
REMINDER of God's presence among us
SOURCE OF GRACE which helps strengthen and renew our faith
**Sacrament of Baptism
It's the sacrament of initiation into the body of Christ, the church, which joins the new member with Christians everywhere.
INCORPORATES new members into the church to promote their spiritual growth
SIGNIFIES death, rebirth and new life
IDENTIFIES the recipient as a baptized Christian
ASSURES us that our sins are forgiven
Baptism is a sacrament ordained by Christ.  It can be received only once, but its effects are lasting. Any Christian baptism is recognized by The United Methodist Church. Baptism has great significance, and responsibilities, for everyone involved, Baptized Adults, Baptized Infants and Children, Parents, Sponsors and the Church Community.
As a professing member in the United Methodist Church,
you will be asked to:
 * Renounce the spiritual forces of wickedness,
reject the evil powers of the world and repent of your sin.
* Accept the freedom and power God gives you to resist evil,
injustice and oppression.
* Remain a faithful member of Christ's holy church and
serve as Christ's representative in the world.
* Be loyal to Christ through the United Methodist Church and
do all in your power to strengthen its ministries
* Faithfully participate in ministries by your prayers, your presence,
your gifts, your service and your witness
* Receive and profess the Christian faith as contained in
the Scripture of the Old and New Testaments
**Please Contact the Pastor