Worship Schedule

Saturday
    5:30 p.m. - Casual Worship in our Parlor
Sunday
    9:15 a.m. - Arise! Worship & Nursery Care,
                       Adult Sunday School
  11:00 a.m. - Traditional Worship & Sunday School

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-noon, 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
                           Closed for lunch noon-1:00 p.m.
2014 Mission & Ministry Pledges Information

Choir Camp Pictures: Speak Love!

 

Special Outdoor Worship Service at Arts, Beats and Eats
Sunday, August 31 at 9:30 a.m.

We will be having our worship service on Sunday, August 31 at 9:30 a.m. at the International Stage located at the corner of Sixth and Lafayette. It will be a very special celebration! This will be a “family” worship – bring your babies and children. If you are staying in town for the Labor Day Holiday, plan to attend this service and invite your family, friends, and neighbors. Plan to attend the worship and then stay to enjoy free admission to the Festival! Parking will be available at the Royal Oak High School and a bus will shuttle you (beginning at 8:30 a.m.) to the corner of Seventh and Lafayette. A parking pass is required and is available to download and print, see the link below.  For those who will be attending worship and then leaving immediately after, free parking will be available in the Lafayette parking structure. (Note: cars must be out of the structure by 11:00 a.m.) Parking passes are required and available to download and print, see the link below. Again this year Arts, Beats, & Eats is offering free admission as well as $5 in food and beverage tickets for those who pre-register and attend the service. To pre-register, send an email to ABE@rofum.org by 4:00 on Wednesday, August 27th indicating the names of all those attending from your family. You will be sent a confirmation email that you must bring with you to receive free admission and $5 in food and beverage tickets. Please let us know who is coming and where you will park.


Royal Oak High School Parking Permit (click here)


6th Street Parking Structure Permit (click here)

Summer Services 

   
This summer: a few of the things that matter to Methodists




The news is filled with stories about people: how they get along and policies that affect them.

United Methodists have always been concerned about God’s world and the way people are treated. 

Like whether people get a fair shake in life – no matter who they are. 

Or whether the earth is cared for as we all live in it.

Through the years, United Methodists have had lots of opinions. We don’t always wind up in agreement with each other – except we think it’s important to talk about these things…

and in the talking, hear what we believe to be God’s opinion.

We also think it’s important to be bold, doing what we believe to be God’s will so that more and more people are treated the way God wants them treated; so we all can live the way God wants us to live.

   
Sunday August 3  
  Sermon: Cut to the Chase
  Scripture: Matthew 23:23-24
  Who: Rev. John Hice
  What it's about: Why faithful people should get involved in social issuees
  When/Where: 9:15 Arise! in the Parlor
11:00 in the Sanctuary
     
Sunday August 10  
  Sermon: Women
  Scripture: Luke 8:1-8
  Who: Rev. John Hice
  What it's about: What about women's rights?  And what about women's place in the church?
  When/Where: 9:15 Arise! in the Parlor
11:00 in the Sanctuary
Sunday August 17  
  Sermon: Boss Man
  Scripture: Mark 10:35-45
  Who: Rev. John Hice
  What it's about: What about worker's rights?  Dignity and fairness in the workplace?
  When/Where: 9:15 Arise! in the Parlor
11:00 in the Sanctuary
   
 Sunday August 24  
  Sermon:  Booze 
  Scripture:  Ephesians 5:15-20; Proverbs 20:1
  Who:  Rev. John Hice
  What it's about:  What's the Methodist word on alcohol? 
  When/Where:  9:15 Arise! in the Parlor
11:00 in the Sanctuary 
 

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