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Welcome

Our Mission is to follow Jesus Christ as a caring community of believers who - enabled by God’s Grace - seek to grow spiritually, share the Gospel, love and serve all people, and live the Christian faith in our daily lives.

SUNDAY MORNING SPIRITUAL FORMATION OPPORTUNITIES:
Sunday School: 9:45 AM - 10:30 AM

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
Contemporary Worship at 8:50 AM in Jarrett Hall
Worship at 11:00 AM in the Sanctuary

Our R. L. Pope Sunday School Class and 11 AM Worship Service is Broadcast LIVE on WGOS 1070 AM

News
THOMASVILLE CROP WALK
Posted September 10, 2014, 12:10 pm

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
3:00 PM
BEGINS & ENDS AT MEMORIAL CHURCH!

There will be routes of 1 and 3 miles. This is a great opportunity to step forward to raise money for food banks, locally and nationally. A percentage of the funds that are raised will stay right here in Thomasville and go directly to Cooperative Community Ministries!

You can register by yourself or join a team by going to the official THOMASVILLE CROPWALK website found HERE! For more information on how to participate or help, please contact Tracy Brinkley or any member of the Missions Committee. LOVE HAS THE LAST STEP!


HOMECOMING SUNDAY
Posted September 10, 2014, 11:53 am

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
8:30 AM Breakfast in Jarrett Hall
8:50 AM AWAKEN Service with Rev. David Hiatt
10:00 AM Sunday School
11:00 AM Worship with Rev. David Hiatt
12:00 PM Potluck Luncheon
GUEST PREACHER: Rev. David Hiatt

This year's Homecoming services will include special music, the service of remembrance and much more! Bring a friend!

We welcome David Hiatt as this year's homecoming preacher. David was brought to the faith at Memorial United Methodist Church. David is one of the youthful clergy of our conference, and presently in his second appointment at Park Street United Methodist Church in Belmont. He graduated from High Point University in 2006 and Duke Divinity School in 2009 with a Master's of Divinity. Many of you know his parents Jamie and Cathy, his wife Mae, his brother Jeremy and sister-in-law Elyse.

For our early worship service David will be sharing his call into the Ordained Ministry and how his experience at Memorial shaped him as a disciple of Jesus Christ. In a brief conversation on the telephone he mentioned his days in the youth program here and the impact Glen Kinken, our former Youth and Young Adult Minister, had on his life. Be sure to join us for a day of renewal and celebration.

David shared this brief message by email:
"I just wanted to take a minute to let everyone know how excited Mae and I are to be joining you in a few weeks. It has unfortunately been a while since I've been in worship with you, but I look forward to this chance to reconnect, to share memories and stories, and to grow with one another. See you on the 21st."


DAILY JOURNALS
Posted August 14, 2014, 3:14 pm

A NEW RESOURCE EACH WEEK!

Have you ever gotten into one of those mid-week lulls? You know, those moments when Sunday seems so far away, but you need just a little reminder that God is still in charge and taking care of things and loving you?

Well, our new "Daily Journals" sermon supplement may be just the thing you are looking for. It only takes a few moments to sit down and reflect or even write down the answers to the thought provoking and soul-stirring questions that bring back the words that have been shared during the previous week's sermon. Copies of this resource can still be found in the bulletin, but you can also access them HERE!

So, check them out!