Our pastor, Travis Summerlin, provided a sermon on video that you may view on our Facebook page. Just follow this link:
Because of this terrible COV-19 Pandemic, we have had to postpone our Bible Study meetings. We hope to continue our study of The Gospel of John as soon as the government and CDC restrictions are lifted. Keep an eye out for a message about when we will resume the study.
We are exploring the possibility of continuing the Bible Study using an online tool that is often used for meetings. If you are interested, let us know.
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For this Bible Study, we are using Adam Hamilton’s book, John The Gospel of Light and Life. We started on March 4th and will be meeting on Wednesday evenings in the fellowship hall for a total of 6 weeks, excluding March 18th, when the fellowship hall will be in use for something else. We hope you will join us … the study is open to all. Books are available at the church for $10.00.
We are hosting a 6-week Bible Study based on Adam Hamilton’s book, “The Way: Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus.” Our pastor, Travis Summerlin, does a masterful job of conducting the Bible Studies, and we invite the entire community to attend. It’s sure to be an enlightening series. It will take place on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM in our Fellowship Hall.
Psalm 23 is my very favorite Bible Verse of all time. Whenever I hear it or read it, I become peaceful and content.
The musical group the Eagles might as well have been singing about God when they sang:
‘Cause I got a peaceful easy feelin’
And I know you won’t let me down
‘Cause I’m already standin’
On the ground.
I truly feel grounded when I think about the promises God has made to us, His children. How about you? What’s your favorite Bible Verse, and why?
June 17, 2019
This is Ginger posting, although WordPress seems to think it is Pastor Summerlin. I extend my apologies to the pastor for the misleading information!
I have struggled with creating our new website since we asked United Methodist Churches to host our domain name in March of this year. I was just about at my wits end – feeling totally like a failure – when things suddenly turned around for me. I’m still struggling with some issues (like getting WordPress to permit me to change Dr. Summerlin’s email address and getting UMCChurches.org to help with issues related to our security certificate), but I’m hopeful that these little snags will be reconciled soon.
It always amazes me how most people take it for granted that if they know how to do something that everyone should know how. I downloaded a 219 page guide that doesn’t exactly help me when I try to find something out. I do better using a search engine on the Web. Never mind – TMI, I’m sure.
I hope anyone who happens across our website will take a moment to comment and provide information to help us improve it in any way we can. I also hope that as you peruse the content, you will be inspired to stop and visit us in person. Ours is a small congregation, but what we lack in numbers, we make up for with our “can do” attitudes. We welcome any and all visitors with open arms. We practice the motto of the United Methodist Church which says: “Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.”