Even when we are weary and tried, God is still alive and God is still using the church to connect people with the life changing love of Jesus.
This theme of God on the Move is our theme for this worship. We will explore how God was on the move in the book of Acts, even when the early church faced displacement and hardship, and how God is still on the move today.
In this service of worship we celebrate our graduates and explore how you can see God. Grab a candle and a Bible, and join us for worship.
In this Father's Day edition, we explore God's plan for faith in your home. Grab a candle and a Bible and join us for worship.
In this worship service we continue our message series through the Book of Acts. The early followers of Jesus experienced tremendous hardship, yet they were empowered by the Holy Spirit and brought more and more people into a life changing relationship with Jesus.
Today, you will find that you can do the same thing and you will get a tool that can really help you during our days of hardships.
On the day of Pentecost there was a crowd who heard the message of Jesus and they responded to the message by asking a question; they asked, "What should we do?"
This is such a powerful question, especially for today. This is a question governments, businesses, churches, and individuals around the world are asking themselves daily as it relates to the COVID pandemic. This is a question that so many asked as they heard the cries of injustice following the death of George Floyd. This is a question that cities and our nation is struggling with as we grapple with racism, systemic injustice, and scenes of violence on the streets.
What should we do?
Join and watch as we explore this question in worship.
Here we celebrate Pentecost, which is the day we remember the birth of the church. The followers of Jesus were waiting in a home and then the Holy Spirit rushed in and fell upon all who were gathered. From this home gathering, the movement we know as the church was born.
In this video we begin a new message series focusing on God's original plan for the church. For the next several weeks, we will journey through the Book of Acts to see how God breathed redemption upon the earth during these early days.
As you will see, the original church in Acts shares a lot of similarities to the church in our current challenges. By exploring how the original church followed God's plan we will get a chance to listen from some of God's directions for us now.
Watch and discover God's new normal for your life. This week is our final week in our New Normal series. During this week we explore the Psalms and discover God's desire of protecting the marginalized. There are a few special guests in worship that help us connect with Jesus.
During our times of change everything is in a state of change. While God didn't cause our crisis, what if God is using this time to give you a chance to refocus. Join in worship today as we explore God's New Normal for Church. Explore the ways that you can partner with God on God's mission to bring hope and healing in the world.
Join worship and learn God's plan to give you security. We also share a special Mother's Day surprise.
Faith is not a sprint. Instead, faith is a marathon that takes endurance.
In a world of quick fixes and fear, God calls people of faith to live their faith with endurance. Watch and explore how you can accept this call of endurance and live faith.
Decatur United Methodist Church
Our hope is that these messages will be relevant in your life and encourage you in faith.
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