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UMC General Conference Decisions

Announcement about General Conference Decisions Over the last two weeks, members of The United Methodist Church gathered in Charlotte, NC, for the postponed 2020 General Conference. While the General Conference made many important decisions, we want to lift up some specific changes that relate to the full inclusion of LGBTQ+ people into the life of the Church. This General Conference voted to: We give thanks for progress in the pursuit of justice and inclusion. May our connection grow in love,…

Order Easter Flowers

If you would like to place a flower in either of our worship spaces for Easter, to honor or remember a loved one and help us beautify the space, please fill out the order form below. Please carefully type the name(s) of the person/people you’re honoring exactly as you would like the name(s) to appear in print. Payment Lilies are $10 eachTulips are $8 eachHyacinth are $8 each You may drop off a check to church during office hours or…

Order Poinsettias & Candles for Christmas Eve

Honor or Remember a Loved One this Christmas & Help Decorate our Worship Spaces Order Deadline:Sunday, November 26 We invite you to purchase a poinsettia or flameless candle for Christmas in memory or honor of a loved one. They will decorate the Sanctuary and Warehouse 839 starting on Sunday, December 17, and remain through Sunday, December 24, after which you may take yours home. Please make your payment and complete the order form below. We also have some paper copies of…
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Financial Update

Thursday, October 26, 2023 Beloved HUMC Community, Last year about this time we held a State of the Church meeting to share about how we were having a difficult year in terms of our finances at HUMC. We had some expenditures that caught us by surprise, leading to a nearly $80,000 projected deficit, and you responded. You helped to close that significant gap by the end of the year. As a result we pushed our budget planning until the beginning…
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Statement of Affirmation

This Statement of Affirmation was approved in spring 2021 when we voted to become a Reconciling Congregation – we just wanted to share it with you again. Statement of Affirmation “We celebrate God’s gift of diversity and value the wholeness made possible in community equally shared and shepherded by all. We welcome and affirm people of every gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation, who are also of every age, race, ethnicity, physical and mental ability, level of education, and…

2023 Envelope Campaign

Welcome to our2023 Envelope Campaign! This will raise funds to address a shortfall in our 2023 operating budget, which is unable to be funded by other means. This campaign will run for four weeks in both the Warehouse 839 and Sanctuary worship spaces.  Each envelope is labeled with a monetary denomination from $1 – $200. Please pick an envelope in a denomination that is comfortable for you to contribute.  Instructions on how to contribute to the campaign are inside the envelope,…
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New Worship Times Starting July 9

New Worship ScheduleStarting July 9 Your Church Council voted unanimously to move to a new worship schedule starting in a few weeks on Sunday, July 9. Our 9am traditional service will remain as it is. Our second service will move to 10:30am and will be a shorter 45-50 minute service with music and the message, designed for families with children. Godly Play and our Youth small group classes will be offered during that time period (youth small group resumes in…
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Summer Events!

We’ve got some great stuff planned this summer to connect, play, serve, pray, and learn!
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It’s almost Farm Market season!

March 22, 2023A Note from Amanda Nofzinger Dear Friends, When I was a little kid going to the Farm Market with my grandparents in Michigan, I never really thought about what it would take to run one. I had no idea that that little seed of tradition would lead me into the role I play today.  Now that I am the Farm Market Manger, let me share with you what it takes to organize the summer market.  December: January: February:…
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Rest & Renewal

March 1, 2023A Note from Pastor April Dear Friends, On Sunday I shared with the congregation that I’ll be taking a few months away this late summer and fall for a season of renewal leave (July 16-November 13). In the United Methodist Church, pastors are encouraged by our Book of Discipline to take some time away every six years for rest and renewal. Both Pastor Jon and I took a time of renewal leave before we began our appointments here…
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