The Gingerbread House Craft Show is a United Methodist Women event. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to inquire about participation.
All correspondence is directed to this email.
Click HERE to view the website for the Gingerbread House Craft Show.
Volunteers are needed for ushering during the five Christmas Eve Sanctuary/Chapel services. Please consider serving your congregation, and meeting new people, by ushering!
A sign-up sheet will be at the Information Hub and You can also sign up at this link.
If interested in ushering but hesitant, training will be provided on Tuesday, December 11 or Wednesday, December 19 in the Narthex from 7– 8 PM.
If you have further questions, please contact Chris Meldrum at (440) 220-0824.
Christmas Cantata, ” The Glory of Christmas” presented by the combined choirs of Mentor United Methodist and Painesville United Methodist churches with orchestra. Sunday, December 16, 2018 at the 9:00 and 11:00 traditional services.
Bearing Fruit that Lasts is the quadrennial theme for Annual Conferences 2017-2020. Our guiding scripture for those years is the Common English Bible translation of John 15:1-17.
Annual Conference 2018 – June 11-14, 2018
Bearing Fruit that Lasts: Called will focus on John 15:13-17 as we explore what it means to be called and equipped as followers of Jesus Christ.
Click here to view the website and watch live streaming of sessions.
Mentor United Methodist Church is celebrating its 200th year!
Celebrating the past, living in the present, building for the future.
Exciting events centered around our bicentennial are listed below.
Cornerstone is a new take on fellowship.
Cornerstone is for all ages and all stages of faith-life here at MUMC,
from children to teens to grown-ups (and not-so-grown-ups)!
Cornerstone provides opportunities for fun, spiritual fulfillment and service to others
in an atmosphere of Christ-centered discipleship.
That’s our mission.
See our trip to historic League Park:
See our trip to the Warther Museum below:
November Prayer Focus - Nancy Landerholm
“As we also have forgiven our debtors.” We receive the forgiveness Jesus has won for us. Now Jesus asks us to pray for that same forgiveness for those who have hurt or wronged us. Jesus is not saying that what they did was ok, that it doesn’t matter, just get over it. He wants us to bring the hurts to him so Jesus can heal our wounds and we can forgive. We can be set free from bitterness and show mercy for those who wrong us, just as we have been shown mercy. Sometimes we will be hurt again, but Jesus wants us to keep bringing the hurts to him so he can give us his strength, healing, and grace to rely on him to keep us from bitterness.
Forgiveness is setting the prisoner free, only to realize that you were the prisoner.
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