Grace UMC has a hybrid worship style that includes both contemporary worship songs and hymns. While contemporary worship songs keep us current and able to speak to this generation, hymns connect us to an ancient people who loved God and followed Jesus in a different era. Occasionally we will sing a verse or two in Spanish as we have a few members of our community whose first language is Spanish.
Childcare is provided.
Christian Education for children, youth and adults.
Confirmation for students going into middle school.
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What does it mean to hear the voice of God? And what does God's voice sound like or feel like? How does God speak through pictures in our mind's eye? How do we hear the voice of God in the Bible? How do we hear God in the community of Jesus followers? Over the next few weeks we are going to ponder, consider and dig into how we hear God.
The Bible tells us that God's sheep hear his voice and they follow. Our first point of reference is knowing God in a personal way. It's relational! Even when we open up the Bible to read it, we hear God's voice speaking through the pages of it's story--within which God is in a relationship with his people.
As Methodists we have a unique perspective on hearing God through the Wesleyan Quadrilateral. This covers not only the written word but God's word experienced through relationship with Jesus, the community of Jesus followers and reason. This helps us develop a Christ-centered, vibrant, generous and wholistic faith.
We will be offering a teen class this Summer, please watch for further details.