Current Sermon: Unleash Love
Pastor Robert Sefrit: Unleash Love
God loves us and pursues us whether we love him back or not. He unleashes his love to us without distinction or hesitation, and he calls us to love others in the same way. That’s the church at its best. That’s people living the way they were created to live – secure in God’s love and set free to love without inhibition. That kind of love changes the world, and we have the opportunity to be a part of it. So, join us April 28th-May 19th as we explore the actions of the church after Jesus’ resurrection and how together we can Unleash Love.
Service Times: Sunday, 8:00, 9:00 & 11:00 a.m.
So, join us April 28th-May 19th as we explore the actions of the church after Jesus’ resurrection and how together we can Unleash Love.
April 28: Unleash Love Sunday
On Sunday, April 28th we are going to be having Sunday School at 9:00a.m. and ONE service at 10:00a.m. Afterwards from 11:00-noon we are going to be going out in our neighborhood around the church with God’s love and pick up trash, pray for our neighbors, and give out invitations to our upcoming Neighborhood Block Party. Even if you can’t physically pick up trash, we still have ways to serve! So, join us as we “Unleash Love!”
Marshfield United Methodist Church
Service Times: Sunday 8:00 am, 9:00 am & 11:00 am
Address: 220 S Elm Rd, Marshfield, MO 65706
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