Home Worship May-August 2021

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 2 2021 - Hopeful action, hopeful advocacy and hopeful attitudes! Ephesians 1:15-19 (NRSV). Message: "Inheritance of Hope" by Rev. Dr. Latricia Edwards Scriven.


    This week, UM Women celebrate more than 150 years of mission work around the world. Our main purpose has always been to develop a community whose purpose is to help each other know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ. UM Women develops creative, supportive fellowships and expands concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church. Our community includes men and women, clergy and laity, seniors, youth and children. People from all walks of life, situation, circumstance, nationality, race and affinity. Our Community is us... right here, right now. 

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 9 2021 Mother's Day - As they matured in faith they grew in love for one another. Raised with love we can't but be a force for good in the world. Let us give thanks this day for those who have raised us in God's love. John 15:9-17 (NRSV). "Cutting the Apron Strings" by Pastor Emily Denmark McGee.

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 16 2021 - Mathias number comes up and he is to replace Judas as an Apostle. Acts 1:15-17, 21-26 (CEB) "Instant Apostle" by Pastor Emily Denmark McGee.

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 23 2021 Pentecost - Acts 2:1-21 (NIV) "Instant Church" by Pastor Emily Denmark McGee.


    On Pentecost Sunday, we remember the day the disciples received the Holy Spirit in a special way. The story in Acts 2 describes a powerful wind and tongues of fire as the Holy Spirit was poured out on people from all over the world who came to Jerusalem to celebrate a Jewish feast. At the first Pentecost over 3000 people were baptized, creating the first church. This is why Pentecost is known as the birthday of the Christian church.

  • Home Worship for Sunday, May 30 2021 Trinity Sunday/Memorial Day - Jesus' shadowy encounter with Nicodemus leads to the most familiar passage of scripture of all time (John 3:16). In the context, though, of the conversation Jesus tells an aging man that he "shall not perish but have eternal life". John 3:1-17 (NIV) "Eternal Life" by Pastor Emily Denmark McGee.