Join us Sunday, June 30th. One special service and one special day of service. Join the entire congregation for fun, fellowship, food and fixin’s (building fixing that is!) hosted by the Trustees and Missions Committees.
“Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.” 1 Corinthians 15:58
We will have a shortened worship service from 9:30 – 10 am, led by Gail Graeve. We invite you to stay and perform some service duties around our church as determined by the Trustees from 10-12, and potluck lunch at 12 pm in the FLC. Wear comfortable work clothes.
This is a wonderful way for families, children and youth to work together. Following up with a Potluck Lunch at 12:00pm in the Family Life Center. The Trustees will provide the main entrée and ask you to provide a side dish to complete the meal.
Enjoy this time of fellowship as we work together to take care of God’s house.
Our doors open wide each Sunday morning welcoming the congregation full of friends, family, neighbors and guests. Those same doors continue to open every day of the week.
Did you know that in a typical week at EHUMC the following groups use our facilities?
- Boy Scout Troop #357
- new Cub Scout Pack
- Kindermusik (3 days a week)
- EHUMC preschool (5 days a week)
- Parent’s day out (3 days a week)
- 6 different basketball teams
- volleyball team
- Pickle ball
- Knit and Sew
- Choir practice
- hand bell practice
- Youth gatherings
- Bible studies
- prayer groups
- Sunday school classes for children, youth & adults
- meetings and more meetings.
Throughout the year we also host funeral lunches, baptismal lunches, weddings & receptions, pinewood derbies, election polling, musical recitals and Lego University.
If our building was used only once a week, it would be easy to maintain it with such “light” use. But, that’s not God’s intent.
Being good stewards of our building means using it to its full potential and taking care of it too. It takes a village…no a congregation!