Salvation and Our Beliefs

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Doctrinal Standards and General Rules

The United Methodist Church and Gun Violence

Gun Violence and the United Methodists

The risk of handgun violence to children and youth is more prevalent in the United States today than in any previous generation.
The United Methodist Church recognizes and deplores violence which kills and injures children and youth. Read the resolution.

 

Verse of the Day
Francis Asbury: A Flamed Spirit

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Messages
  • Youth & Children - Rehearsal for Christmas

    Christmas Play Practice - Youth & Children are welcome!

    Sunday nights at 6
    Spruce St UMC Sanctuary

    See Sarah Allen for more information, or leave a message at the church office: 304-292-3359


  • MEET THE COMPOSER

    The Monongahela Chapter of the American Guild of Organists will  host a presentation of organ works by British composer John S. Dixon, who has written more than 500 musical pieces for choir and organ. Dixon will play his works, and discuss his composing process and hymn selections at Spruce Street United Methodist Church on Sunday, November 19, at 3 p.m. This open presentation is free to the public. Information: Music Director


  • MEETINGS ON MONDAY

    Finance Committee: 6 p.m.
    Trustees: 7 p.m.
    Nov 20 - See you there!

    Seekers Hall


  • ALTAR GUILD

    LIGHT WORK, ONCE A WEEK FOR ONLY ONE MONTH - GRAB A PARTNER AND CONTACT THE OFFICE - 304-292-3359

    MONTHS AVAILABLE:
    JANUARY, FEBRUARY, APRIL, JUNE, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER.

     


  • MAYBERRY BIBLE STUDY

    SUNDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY

    6 P.M.

    SEEKERS HALL


    Features classical episodes from The Andy Griffith Show as modern parables 

    This week: 
    Andy Discovers America
    Psalmm 143:10

     


  • SPECIAL SERVICE

    Hanging of the Greens - First Sunday of Advent

    December 3, 10:45 a.m.

    As we begin the Advent season, we hang eight wreaths during our worship service and light the Chrison Tree 


  • DECORATE THE CHURCH

    After the 10:45 service and a quick, light lunch of Soup and Sandwiches, we will decorate the church for the holidays. Be sure to "hang around" after church on November 26! 

    Tasks for everyone, no matter your age, height, or talents!

     


  • GREAT OFFERS

    Our United Methodist Men have ENJOY 2018 Discount Coupon books for sale -

    Get discounts at area eateries, recreation spots, and conventional services - most at the rate of two-for one!    Coupons are good through November 2018.

    Come to church any Sunday, or contact the church office and leave a message to get your ENJOY DISCOUNT BOOK!

     


  • HELP PAY SHIPPING

    Purchase a handmade dishcloth and scrubby from our Crochet Group! Proceeds will help pay for Operation Christmas Child shipping - which has risen to $9 per shoebox.

    Dishcloths - $3.50
    Scrubbies - $2

    You can get yours after church services, or contact Carolyn Carr


  • UNITED METHODIST COMMITTEE ON RELIEF

    Disaster relief information

    Every penny donated to UMCoR relief efforts will fund those efforts  - not administrative costs, service fees, or salaries. Those have been budgeted and paid.

    Your help assists exactly in the areas you want.  Visit UMCoR


  • CHARGE CONFERENCE

    Church business, nominations, progress, and progammming will be among important discussions at Charge Conference on Wednesday, November 29 at 7 p.m. Share your voice in church direction, and meet our District Superintendent! Attend Charge Conference.


  • BOWL-A-THON JAN 12

    If bowling strikes you as a fun activity, grab some friends and sign up a team for the Annual United Methodist Men's Bowl-A-Thon at Suburban Lanes on January 12 (2018). 

    Great fun for all ages! Information in Seekers Hall.


Revised Common Lectionary
Gun Violence and the United Methodists

The risk of handgun violence to children and youth is more prevalent in the United States today than in any previous generation.
The United Methodist Church recognizes and deplores violence which kills and injures children and youth. Read the resolution.