Rev. Carissa Surber interviews the Bennetts about prayer for our “A Different Kind of PPE” sermon series.
Rev. Carissa Surber interviews Fran & Kris Zyla as part of our “A Different Kind of PPE” sermon series.
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” -Aesop The 8am Service and the United Methodist Women help children on Wilkens Ave. begin the school year. Two weeks ago I received a phone call from Patty Lee who runs Angels of Addiction, a partner ministry on Wilkens Ave. Patty shared with me
On Saturday morning, August 8, we met for a 6am communion send-off in the SPUMC parking lot (where the team tried, unsuccessfully, to ditch their pastor) and embarked on a long day of travel which landed us at the Costa Rica Mission Projects’ Center in time for a fabulous dinner of authentic tacos that had
On Sunday, August 9, we celebrated 50 Years of Music at SPUMC. Among other special moments, one noteworthy component was that we tried to keep the music of this service as close to the same as that first service, held on August 8, 1965, as we could. Here’s the bulletin from that first service. Maybe
Apparently, the kids at Thailand Trek Vacation Bible School weren’t the only ones from SPUMC having fun this week. On Tuesday, the ALL group headed to feast on crabs and soak in a beautiful day on the water. Here are a few pictures. To see them all, visit our facebook page.
In the most appropriate combination of band and song name, The Who sings “Who Are You?” Or, if you prefer movies to music… (If you’re a fan of action comedy, go watch Jackie Chan’s “Who Am I?”… it’s glorious.)
On Sunday morning I preached about Luke 2:41-52. If you were in worship you heard me say it’s a story I don’t really know how to process. It doesn’t offer us a quick, easy lesson on grace or justice, and there are no heart-warming verses to memorize or tape to your mirror.
The Christian Aid Affirmation that was presented by Rev. Ron Foster on Sunday, July 12. (This may be read responsively by two groups)
Rev. Ron Foster preaches about the story of Jesus feeding the 5000 from a young boy’s lunch.