Through a Child's Eyes Sundays Through Lent 9:00am & 11:00am
"Why Do You Have To Go?" Through a child's eyes, why did Jesus have to die? Rather than wanting to stay as we are, God calls each of us to die to self, so we might live through Christ, bearing much fruit.
"Very truly, I tell you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit."
Holy Week is Just Around the Corner Invite someone today and plan to offer them a ride or meet them at the door!
Medications Found Around Church Twice in two weeks staff has found loose pills (or in plastic baggies) in the church. After taking them to the pharmacy, it was determined some were pain meds. These are very dangerous for teens and small children. Some were found on a bathroom counter in the children's wing, while others were on the floor. Please use caution with any meds while on the premise.
Easter Flowers To sponsor a silk flower on the Easter altar to honor or remember a loved one, please click below to fill out the order form. Click Here
I Love My Church! Lawn signs are available at the welcome desk. Take one home at no cost, place it in your yard, and invite your neighbors to worship with us this Easter!
Camp Scholarships! DID YOU KNOW? Last year MUMC sent 23 students to church camp. Each student received a partial scholarship, totaling nearly $5,000 in camp scholarship funds! These scholarships allowed campers to make new friends, have new experiences, and grow in relationship with God.
Throughout March all Mission Funds will go to MUMC’s Camp Scholarship Fund. Camp changes lives. Help change a student’s life today!
Financial Peace University Next Class Begins this Summer Join us in worship this spring for a new series "Financial Peace on Earth" as a kick off to the next class. To contact Dave or Tracy you may email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 269-268-0152.
Do I Have To Take a Bath? Lord's Supper Enactment Thursday, March 29 at 6:30pm
Our kids will silently act out the Lord’s Supper while adults read their parts. If your child would like to participate, sign them up on the Connection Card. If you would be willing to be a youth or adult reader for one of the children at the table, please sign up, as well.
Easter is Coming… and so is the EGGSTRAVAGANZA! Join us Saturday, March 31 from 10:30am-Noon.
Our annual Easter egg hunt is a perfect opportunity to invite the community – children, parents, grandparents, neighbors, and more – into our church to show them some extravagant hospitality and a really fun time!! How can you, your family, and/or your small group get involved?
Here are some suggestions:
STUFF: We’ve got LOTS of plastic Easter eggs. Candy donations and egg stuffers are always appreciated.
CRAFT : In the past, kids have LOVED making easy and adorable crafts with us. Help us select, prep, and teach crafts.
BOUNCE : Last year we rented a bounce house and the kids had a BLAST! You can help by supervising this area and keeping kids safe.
SET-UP:Good Friday, March 30,we will be setting up for the event immediately following the Community Good Friday Service. Can you join us?
CLEAN-UP: Easter is still COMING!! Clean up is an important part of this event, making sure our church looks ready to welcome MORE guests on Easter morning! Most clean-up will be from11:30am-1:00pm.
SIGN-UP: Volunteer to help during the event! Volunteers are needed for hospitality, crafts, to help with counting and logistics, and of course, hiding eggs!!!
Let the Discipleship Team know how YOU can help take this year’s Eggstravaganza from good… to GREAT!
Thank you, Rachel and Pastor Matt
Marshall Area Community Services, INC. MACS Food Pantry Current Needs
Crackers Cookies Vegetables Black Beans Kidney Beans Hamburger Helper Box/Pkg Side Dishes
It's Finally Happening! Easter Sunday, April 1 Oaklawn Hospital has partnered with us to open our new Community Exchange Store in downtown Marshall. We will receive our key on April 1 and then the work begins. We'll be painting and setting up the display furniture and racks, training volunteers, and receiving items to prepare the store for opening sometime this summer.
Thank You! Dear Friends, Thank you for the many hugs, prayers, calls and support over the last weeks of my Mom’s life. Your kindness continues to support us as we remember her and mourn her loss. With our gratitude, Dan & Elaine Keck.
Michigan Area Weekly News Resident Bishop, David Bard Stay connected with our brothers and sisters around our conference. See what we are able to do together, to change the world! Click Here
Albion District Weekly News District Superintendent, Dale Miller Stay connected with our brothers and sisters around our district. See what other churches are up to, lift friends in prayer, sign up for leadership training, and more. Click Here
Delaine Aikins, Brad Banfield, Brian Banfield, Joseph Beckering, Mark Burnett, Tinley Clair, Wanda Belcher, Stephanie Beresford, Judy Clark, Family of Willo Cooper, Nic, Natalie, Chris and Jeff Wilson for the loss of their mother/wife, Jenny Cook, Terry Feltman, Teresa Ferris, Alan Fleming, Pat Gushiken, Jeff Hiither, Family of Nancy Hoeltzel, Audrey Hoffman in the passing of her brother, Carolyn Kelley, Robin Kinsley, John Marsh, Andrea Nessell, Nattaly Brown, Missy Shapow, Hunter Smith, Mike Toman, Kris Waito, Dave Wagner, Mike Wallace, Angel Watts, JR Watts, family of Ken Zuehlke, peace for the world.