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WE JOIN TOGETHER IN WORSHIP AT 10:00 AM on SUNDAYS, IN THE SANCTUARY
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Passionate worship and compassionate service - these words describe our vision of following God at Boardman United Methodist Church. We welcome all of God's children into our family of faith; we know that each and every person brings unique gifts and graces to our church community. In the United Methodist Christian tradition, we celebrate God's freely given gifts of grace that in the words of writer Annie Lamott: (off beat but unfailingly honest spiritual writer), "grace meets us where we are but never leaves us where it found us."
We are inspired by the founder of the Methodist church reform movement John Wesley; he understood that we all have different ideas about many things but what mattered most was that we grow to be more like Jesus--- in our hearts and in our dedication to making the world a place of abundant life for all people.
Whether we are in worship, or study, helping others or just having fun together we encourage each other as we live into the core message of the Bible: love God and love everyone; Join us.
Rev Pamela Abood Buzalka, Pastor
CHURCH CAN HAPPEN ANYWHERE
As United Methodists, we believe that church is more than a building or service on Sunday. We believe that church happens when we work with those who are hungry, sick or forgotten. It happens when we stand together for justice and inclusion, and when we expant our whorship experience by taking action to share God's love. When we embrace our social principles and answer the call to active discipleship - opening our hearts, minds and doors - that's when we put our beliefs into action to create change and transform lives. That's what it means to be United Methodist. That's when it means to RETHINK CHURCH.
learn more at rethinkchur.org
source (Interpreter United Methodist Living Their Faith May/June 2015 back page)