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Here you will find information concerning our church and its ministries. We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church is a warm and loving church, and we want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us for anything you need. Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship.

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When you visit our church, you will find:

  • A caring congregation that will gladly welcome you
  • Preaching/teaching that is centered on the Word of God
  • Ministries to meet the spiritual needs of every age

 

Announcements 

This Coming Sunday

Please join Dr. Will this Sunday of Reformation, October 25, as he preaches Amazing Grace, Accepted by God. (Psalm 46; Hebrews 12:1-2; Romans 5:1-5)

Many of us do spend our lives trying to earn approval- might be the approval of parents, long after they are gone; the approval of teachers; we try to earn self-approval, and ultimately, we try to earn the approval of God. We want God to accept us. So, we do things to attract God’s attention. And yet the same God is saying,” You are accepted, My Grace is sufficient to you.”

500 years ago, the very notion of gaining God’s acceptance was at the core of what is known as Reformation. Martin Luther, a catholic monk believed that the deck was stacked against him. Luther was consumed with trying to please God. He prayed, fasted, went on pilgrimages, even inflicted pain on himself by flagellation, but nothing worked. He felt lost and empty inside.

It was, then, in his monk’s cell, at his desk, preparing a series of lectures on Paul’s Letter to the Romans that the moment of understanding happened. He discovered the grace of God.

 

In this sermon I will argue that the tragedy of human kind is that we have hard time accepting God’s grace. We keep doing stuffs to prove to God that we deserve his love. Yet God keeps on saying, my grace is sufficient to you.

Please come and join us in person worship service with social distancing or watch us on Facebook live streaming at First United Methodist church of New Hampton

@ 9:30AM.

 


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Announcements
  • This Coming Sunday

    Please join Dr. Will this Sunday of Reformation, October 25, as he preaches Amazing Grace, Accepted by God. (Psalm 46; Hebrews 12:1-2; Romans 5:1-5)

    Many of us do spend our lives trying to earn approval- might be the approval of parents, long after they are gone; the approval of teachers; we try to earn self-approval, and ultimately, we try to earn the approval of God. We want God to accept us. So, we do things to attract God’s attention. And yet the same God is saying,” You are accepted, My Grace is sufficient to you.”

    500 years ago, the very notion of gaining God’s acceptance was at the core of what is known as Reformation. Martin Luther, a catholic monk believed that the deck was stacked against him. Luther was consumed with trying to please God. He prayed, fasted, went on pilgrimages, even inflicted pain on himself by flagellation, but nothing worked. He felt lost and empty inside.

    It was, then, in his monk’s cell, at his desk, preparing a series of lectures on Paul’s Letter to the Romans that the moment of understanding happened. He discovered the grace of God.

     

    In this sermon I will argue that the tragedy of human kind is that we have hard time accepting God’s grace. We keep doing stuffs to prove to God that we deserve his love. Yet God keeps on saying, my grace is sufficient to you.

    Please come and join us in person worship service with social distancing or watch us on Facebook live streaming at First United Methodist church of New Hampton

    @ 9:30AM.

     

  • Please Follow us on Facebook for Live Service Sunday Mornings

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