Pastor Mark’s eNote – Peace! Be Still!

The words cut through the chaos and echo across the quieted water. A storm, a sleeping Savior, a panicked plea, and the words, “Peace. Be still.” Speak those words again, O Lord, to our frenzied world and our restless spirits. I look at the words so simple, and I wonder: Are the two ideas synonymous?…

October on the Rooftop – Week 3

Individuality is discovering who you are meant to be so you can make a difference.  Our memory verse is 1 Timothy 4:12a, “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young. Set an example for the believers in what you say and how you live.” Last week Paul explained to the church at Corinth…

October on the Rooftop – Week 2

I am so excited about this month’s theme and weekly bottom lines. Each of us has God given potential that he has placed within us for his purpose. He intends us to use the gifts within us to love and serve others as we share the good news of Jesus Christ. Our Crosstown Kids are…

Ladybug Bazaar! Oct 6 – 9am to 2pm & 5pm to 7pm

Tuesday, October 6 – 9am to 2pm & 5pm to 7pm Join us for the sixth annual HMUMC Preschool Ladybug Bazaar in the Sanctuary. We will have many local businesses showcasing their homemade items, products and services! The event is open to the public, so come enjoy shopping for holiday items and seeing the many businesses in…

HMUMC Celebrations – 2015 Third Grade Bible Presentations

2015 Third Grade Bible Presentations On Sunday, September 27, 2015, 49 third graders received their Bibles. It was a beautiful sight to see all of those adorable faces in worship. Passing along the stories of our faith from one generation to another is an important tradition in our church. It is our prayer that this…

Pastor Mark’s eNote – Out Far and In Deep

Out Far and In Deep With Labor Day, vacation season draws to a close for most of us, and school and work and, yes, football, loom larger in our consciousness. But in this moment of shifting seasons, let’s take one last look back. Did you spend some time at the beach this summer? Well, Robert…