Happy New Year!
“My desire is the God may give you health, peace, long life and multitudes of spiritual children…”
–so wrote Francis Asbury, the first leader of Methodism in America in early 1801.
Come worship with us!
The Ties That Bind — January Worship Series
January 6 — Epiphany Sunday — Bound Across Time
The Wise Men arrived to see Jesus and they continue to inspire us in their dedication, their wisdom, and their openness to the heart of God!
January 13 — Bound Across Practice
We practice our faith in different ways and in different cultures — different ways of praying, singing, preaching, even sharing communion. What is it that binds us together?
January 20 — Bound across “all ages, nations and races.”
Our Baptismal vows say that we promise to be bound together in a world where skin color too often matters . How do we see each other with colorblind eyes? Michael Cartwright preaching.
January 27 — Bound together in Christian Love
Though in speak in the tongues of men or of angels but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging symbol (I Corinthians 13:1). How does love bind us together when so much separate us?