Home Worship Archive - Past Services

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 31 2020 Pentecost Sunday - Jesus loved Lazarus, giving us an example of loving someone right where they are - not for who they used to be or even for who they could be, but just the way they are! Scriptures: John 11:28-37 NRSV. Message: Jesus H. Christ Part 5, "Lazarus was Here" by Pastor Emily Denmark McGee

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 24 2020 - Gospel attraction is more like a smell than a hammer. Scripture: Matthew 8: 1-4 NIV. Message: Jesus H. Christ Part 4, "Hammers and Smells" by Pastor Emily Denmark McGee

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 17 2020 - Jesus came to open our eyes to the divine presence in all of life. Scripture: Matthew 24: 1-14 NIV. Message: Jesus H. Christ Part 3, "The Whole Thing is a Temple" by Rev. Betty Kniss.

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 5 2020 - This is how Jesus announced the new kingdom, the revolution of love. Teaching them to pray was saying: 'this is what I believe, this is what I stand for'. Scripture Matthew 6:5-13 NIV. Message: Jesus H. Christ Part 2 by Pastor Emily Denmark McGee.

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 3 2020 - Jesus heals the paralytic because of the faith of his friends'. Unconditional love. Scripture: Mark 2:1-12 CEB. Message: Jesus H. Christ Part 1 by Pastor Emily Denmark-McGee . 

  • Home Worship for Sunday, April 26, 2020 - United Methodist Women (UMW) has a rich history going back to 1869 and it is a history worth retelling from time to time. It helps remind us of what we are about and the work we care called to do by God. We continue striving to advocate, be the voice and support women, children and youth all over the world. Scripture Acts 4:29-31 NRSV. Special Message by Ruth Megeria, Executive Director of C.R.O.S. Ministries.

  • Home Worship for Sunday, April 19 2020 - The Gospel biographies are filled with evocative, vivid parables, all about the Kingdom of God. They were Jesus’ central teaching. But this kingdom He speaks about is not a 'where' but a 'when'. It is the state of the world when people acknowledge God; when God is honored and worshiped and respected—the Kingdom is present. 1 Corinthians 3:16 NRSV. Message: "Kingdom, Not Building" with Rev. Betty Kniss.

  • Home Worship for April 19 - Resurrection Sunday (Easter). Amid our cancelled plans, God's plan still unfolds and it is for every one of us. Message: "Resurrection Sunday". Scripture: Acts 10:34-48 NRSV.

  • Home Worship for Tenebrae 2020 (Thursday and Friday), April 9th and 10th) - A Service of Tenebrae, or "Shadows," is based on a twelfth–century late night/early morning service and is an extended meditation on the passion of Christ. 


  • Home Worship for Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020 - The Love Feast is a Christian fellowship meal recalling the meals Jesus shared with disciples during his ministry and expressing the koinonia (community, sharing, fellowship) enjoyed by the family of Christ. Scripture: Matthew 27: 62-66 CEB. Message: Seven Words to the Cross "The Futile Word".

  • Home Worship for Sunday, March 29 2020 - The courage of Joseph of Arimathea who asked for the body of Jesus. Scripture: Mark 15: 42-47 CEB. Message: Seven Words to the Cross "The Courageous Word".

  • Home Worship for Sunday, March 22 2020 - The Roman centurion was the only person in Mark's gospel to truly recognize Jesus for who he really was. Mark 15: 33-39 CEB. Message: Seven Words to the Cross "The Word of Testimony".