West District Superintendent Rev. Nancy Cushman brings a message of hope, encouraging us to remain united in our faith as the United Methodist Church faces difficult decisions that may affect our denomination.
For United Methodist Women Sunday we welcome Julie Supplee, Executive Director of the House of Refuge, a non-profit organization that ministers to homeless men, women and families.
The Willowbrook United Methodist Women led our Sunday worship and welcomed guest speaker, David Hepburn, Special Projects Coordinator for UMOM (United Methodist Outreach Ministries) New Day Centers who spokeof their ministries to homeless families.
Willowbrook church member and Certified Lay Speaker Diane Nelson brings the message.
Retired United Methodist pastor Duane Combs brings the message.
Guest speaker Betty Mathis, Executive Director of Wesley Community Center, shares the important work being being done by this inner city ministry.
Bishop Robert Hoshibata of the Desert Southwest Conference brings a message of encouragement and hope.
Our guest speaker, Sally Dorreell, Central West District Preside of United Methodist Women, speaks of the many ways the United Methodist Women serve our community and world.
Rev. Neil Leftwich, Central West District Superintendent, reminds us that we are blessed no matter our circumstances — God is always with us.
Every culture has its “chicken little”s — those voices of doom and gloom who see catastrophe in every event. Drawing from the Old Testament, guest speaker Rev. Ron Hamilton encourages us to face uncertain times in faith, knowing that the God who has been with us in the past will continue to be with us […]