12-17-17: Scrooge's heart is changing because his worldview is being opened to the abundance of joy and love found at this time of year. Especially in the life of Tiny Tim. Do you have eyes to see the world around us as Scrooge or Tiny Tim?
12-10-17: In this second sermon of our series, we dive into how our past defines us and how our story is attached to the greatest story ever told.
12-03-17: On this first Sunday of Advent we start our new series on the book "The Redemption of Scrooge." We follow this popular literary character through his journey from Christmas Eve to Christmas Day. During this journey, we explore our past, present, and future and prepare our own hearts for the coming of Jesus on Christmas Day.
11-17-17: As we continue in our series about the Parables of Jesus, one of Indian Trail UMC's Lay Servants, picks up the series. Leslie Watson does an amazing job talking about the parable of the Lost Sheep.
11-12-17: In this parable, Jesus tells us what forgiveness looks like. It is a vital part of our faith and one that affects every aspect of our lives. The way we forgive others is supposed to reflect the way our Master forgives us.
11-05-17: In this series, we will be looking at some of the parables of Jesus. This week it is Luke 12:13-21, the parable of the Rich Fool. This parable isn't all about money, it is about putting God first in everything do.
10-22-17: In this sermon, we look at the work God is doing in and through us as a congregation. How is God using us to bring about the kingdom of God in this world? God can do this when we live out our membership vows.
10-08-17: On this Sunday we celebrated the work and ministry of our United Methodist Men. We welcomed a guest speaker, Joshua Marshman, the associate director of youth and young adult ministries at Matthews UMC in Matthews, NC.
10-15-17: In this three-part series, we look at the Work of God in the past, present, and future of our congregation. Today, we delve into the past and look at the Ebenezer that has been put up to see the work God has done in the life of our congregation.
10-01-17: In this final part of this series we look at what it takes to keep up a relationship with God. How do we continue, throughout the ups and downs of life, feel the presence of God?