Sermons on Mark

Sermons on Mark

Food for 5,000?

Do you know who the disciples were? Can you name them? They followed Jesus everywhere and learned how to share God’s love. We can learn from their stories as we seek to follow Jesus today. Join us at First United Methodist Church for Jesus and the 12 Dudes who Did. August 20 – Sons of Thunder August 27 – Growing Faith and Doubt September 3 – Death and Taxes September 10 -Food for 5,000? September 17 – Jesus Calls What…

Sons of Thunder

Do you know who the disciples were? Can you name them? They followed Jesus everywhere and learned how to share God’s love. We can learn from their stories as we seek to follow Jesus today. Join us at First United Methodist Church for Jesus and the 12 Dudes who Did. August 20 – Sons of Thunder August 27 – Growing Faith and Doubt September 3 – Death and Taxes September 10 -Food for 5,000? September 17 – Jesus Calls What…

Be Like Children

Our families (home and church) are crucial to developing us into who we will become. They shape how we go through life as well as our understanding of who God is. Family is the number one influencer in a young person’s life – and where they spend the majority of their time. In the four-week series, Family Matters, learn to navigate family, faith, and discover who you can be to create a healthy family dynamic with others – whether you are related to…

The Forgiveness of Sins

We’re all searching for something to believe. Sometimes the search is easy. But sometimes our questions are complicated and what to believe is difficult to determine and even harder to articulate. Join First United Methodist Church for Believe – a new worship series in which we will explore the essential beliefs of the Christian faith and why these beliefs matter. We will examine the truths that give meaning and purpose to life. If you are curious about Christianity, looking for…

Beginnings

Whether it is chosen or forced on you, change brings both opportunities and challenges. As a congregation, we are experiencing change in our building and worship space. As individuals, we experience changes throughout our lives: birth, death, marriage, divorce, new job, retirement and many others. Join us at First United Methodist Church as we consider how our faith helps us to make sense of life’s changes. Each week, we will consider one of three stages of the transition process and…

Endings

Whether it is chosen or forced on you, change brings both opportunities and challenges. As a congregation, we are experiencing change in our building and worship space. As individuals, we experience changes throughout our lives: birth, death, marriage, divorce, new job, retirement and many others. Join us at First United Methodist Church as we consider how our faith helps us to make sense of life’s changes. Each week, we will consider one of three stages of the transition process and…

Stay Connected with the Vine: How Faith Grows

Jesus began one of his most famous parables, “A farmer went out to plant seeds…” He frequently used illustrations from the farm to teach his disciples about growing spiritually, the practices that help us live as disciples of Jesus Christ, and the struggles we face in experiencing the joy of the Christian life. Join First United Methodist Church this fall for Lessons from a Pumpkin Farm. We will study Jesus’ agricultural lessons and other biblical teachings regarding the spiritual life.…

Revealed in Prayer

We are a growing church, growing family, moving forward. Our story began in December 1869 as the church first church organized in Butler County. In the first sixty years of our church’s existence, we worshiped in seven different locations and built three brand new buildings. Today, we have the opportunity to build on the legacy of generosity and sacrifice of those who have come before us. We invite you to join us for worship from April 24 to May 22…
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