At a time when there are many places people don’t feel welcome, our church should never be one of those places. Pastor Ethan read Philippians 2:4: “Do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others.”

This week we will look at the parable of the wedding banquet, Matthew 22:1-14. This story follows along the same line as Jesus’s other temple parables; he chastises the priests and pharisees for being out of touch with God and he speaks about how the banquet of God is open for all people.

Church services continue with indoor worship each Sunday morning at 8:30. We continue to pray for those suffering from illness and hardship during these trying times.

On the 19th Sunday of Pentecost, Pastor Mike drew from all three lectionary readings: Exodus 32:1-14, in which the Hebrew people go against the ten commandments and build a golden calf while they wait for Moses to come down from the mountain after talking with God; Matthew 22:1-14, the parab…

The United Community Church of Morrisville put on a wonderful take-out chicken pie supper last Friday, and Rev. Becca Girrell reflected that “church people love a good supper!” Unsurprisingly, the Bible is filled with stories of meals together as examples of God’s realm.

“Thank you!” When did you last hear this welcome phrase? Perhaps from the clerk at the local store, or from someone you talked to over the phone. When did you last thank someone? 

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On the 18th Sunday of Pentecost, Pastor Mike focused on the passage from Philippians 3:4b-14, in which the Apostle Paul brags about his previous standing as a Jew but then explains how meaningless all that became after he accepted Christ into his life and learned a better way of living in re…

Parishioners gathered once again on Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. for indoor service. We followed the order of worship provided to us via email and through the continued efforts of Faith Boudreau. Communion was offered via single use packaging of juice and wafers. Thanks to our church members …

Folks rejoiced to celebrate the Lord’s Supper and New Covenant in a cautious and safe way at the North Hyde Park Church on Oct. 4. The message also had to do with joy as we continued our messages through the Gospel of Luke.

This week we were blessed with a message given by Jesse, a member of our youth group. He spoke on apostasy, what it is, how to spot it; how to live a better way. He used counterfeit money as an illustration. Counterfeit money lacks true authority, but done well, closely mimicking the true it…

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