*Sunday Worship on Facebook Live at 10:00a.m. Video will also be posted to view later.
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*Wednesday Evening Prayer at 7:00p.m. on Facebook Live. Video will also be posted to view later.
This is a time to seek God in prayer and to share our joys and concerns.
*Youth Group “meets” at 6:00p.m. on Sunday using Zoom. Please contact Coach Mac if you are interested.
*Story Time with Pastor Robert. A weekly video for children will be posted on Facebook on Wednesday afternoons.
Current Sermon Series: Awakening
Pastor Robert Sefrit
Worship Live: Sunday at 10:00 am on Facebook!
There’s a big difference between believing in God and being truly connected to God. Sometimes we feel distant or disconnected spiritually. It’s like we’re stuck, coasting, or asleep. But deep inside each of us are longings for more. We are hungry for meaning. For love. For hope. For peace. For God.
Maybe this is the time to let these longings wake us up to the life God has for us. Maybe what we are all going through right now can serve as a kind of wake up call.
Maybe this is the perfect time for an AWAKENING!
I have been thinking about John Wesley’s “Three Simple Rules” lately. Do you know what they are? As Methodists, the founder of our movement gave us just three simple rules to live by. He boiled down the teachings of Jesus to three things: Do No Harm. Do Good. Stay in Love with God. That’s it! Just three rules. But I don’t know about you, but these are difficult rules to live out in our daily lives. With God’s help though, I think we can try. And I think now more than ever we need God’s help in striving to live out these simple but difficult rules. The first rule is: Do No Harm. This means in part we are called to protect those…
The Clock Still Runs In our fellowship hall by the Library doors hangs a clock. It looks like an ordinary clock, but it’s a clock with a story. This clock was found in the wreckage of our building after the tornado hit our town on April 18, 1880. This deadly tornado killed more than 90 people in our community and injured many others. One of the dead was our pastor, Rev. E.E. Condo. Despite all the devastation and loss, this clock, hanging on one of the few remaining walls in our church building, was still running. It was running during a difficult time in the life of our church when there was no building left to go to and no…