Worship with us this Sunday.

Experience Worship in the Sanctuary or in your car.  Tune to 89.5 FM

                                              Worship Service and #Lot4praise, 9 AM

Senior Pastor: Rev. Michael Grant /Director of Youth & Children’s Ministry: Lorin Zuppe

The Sanctuary, Chapel, and Balcony,  all have indoor seating. If you would like to stay in your vehicle, please park in the North parking lot and tune your car radio to 89.5 FM.


Sunday Worship 9 AM with Rev. Michael Grant.

Book of Revelation Bible Study

May 24 @ 9:30 am - July 26 @ 10:30 am

Our Mission:

Christ United Methodist Church exists to bring people to a personal saving relationship with Jesus Christ and to bring all believers to maturity in Christ through worship, study, training, and to place them in ministry both within and without the congregation.

Being a Christian is more than just an instantaneous conversion – it is a daily process whereby you grow to be more and more like Christ.

Billy Graham

Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

God cannot give us a happiness and peace apart from Himself, because it is not there. There is no such thing.

C. S. Lewis
Worship Where Ever You Are This Weekend

Christ Works!

Last Sunday was such a blessing as we remembered those who gave their lives for our country, accepted our memorial gifts, honored our 50 plus year members, celebrated our scholarship recipients and 2023 graduates, and shared about the Holy Spirit and Pentecost.  It was a great day to worship and I hope if you were out and about, you will take some time to watch the service this week.

This Sunday wears a couple of hats as well.  It is Trinity Sunday, the day set aside to remember God in three persons.  It is also in the United Methodist Church Peace with Justice Sunday.  I don’t usually do much with this day, but I decided to preach about our call to social holiness.

In the Methodist Tradition we are to seek the balance between Vital Piety and Social Holiness.  Too often people focus exclusively on one side of this or the other, when we are called to do both.  Methodists are to be people of deep and abiding faith who touch their world for Jesus.  Vital Piety starts with accepting Jesus into your life and heart.  Then it continues with an earnest desire to live for Him and grow daily in the love of God.  To seek to be more like Jesus through His Sanctifying (Perfecting) Grace.  Vital Piety is that personal part of living the life of faith.

John Wesley also reminded us that we are to live out that faith in the world.  That there is a communal or social aspect to our walk of faith.  We are called to make a difference in the lives of others in Jesus name.  When we are serving others that helps us grow in our holiness, because when we help others in their need, it helps us in ours.  When we reach out to the needy we are following Jesus reminder that what we do for the least of these we are doing for him.  I will be preaching from Micah 6 and the message is titled Justice, Mercy, and Humility. I hope you can plan to be with us this week.

We are collecting for the Mission Trip and for the Roof Project.  People have been hugely generous to both.  Thank you!  Please do keep in mind that ideally these are second mile giving projects as the church ministries continue each week only by your faithful giving and generosity.

We will have childcare and Kid’s Worship available during the 9:00 AM Worship Service.  Our Sunday school classes will be available for all ages.  We offer multiple Worship options, including in the Sanctuary, Chapel, and the Parking Lot 4 Praise.  By Monday night this week the Worship Service should be available to view online for those who cannot attend in person.

Blessings! Rev. Mike

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