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Hamilton Mill United Methodist Church, is a place where people can meet Jesus, engage in a life-giving community, and where everyone is welcome!
We believe in creating a space where people can
GATHER in worship, GROW in their relationship with God and others,
and GO out and serve as the hands and feet of Christ.

Current Sermon Series

Advent: Journey to Bethlehem
This Sunday, November 29, 2020: Hope Springs Eternal
by: Rev. Jason Mincey
Scripture: Exodus 3: 1-14 (NIV)
In-person and Online Services at 9:15 am and 11am via Facebook , via hmumc.org and via YouTube
The story of Moses at the burning bush might seem like a strange place to begin our Advent Journey to Bethlehem.  But maybe it’s the perfect place.  On this first Sunday of Advent, Hope is the theme.  And the best stories about hope always begin at a hopeless place.  Moses knew about hopeless places.  He was an old man who spent his days in the Midian desert, working as a shepherd for his father-in-law.  If you had told him that his best days were behind him, he likely wouldn’t have argued with you.  He probably didn’t head off to work that day thinking that anything out of the ordinary was about to happen.  But God had other plans – plans that would give Moses hope and change the course of his life.  This week, we’ll take a closer look at their conversation by that burning bush.  And maybe we, like Moses, will come away with our hope renewed.
Every year, the Christian calendar begins with a 4-week journey called Advent that ultimately leads us to small stable in Bethlehem where Jesus, the Savior of the world, is born. Of course, for some of us, there’s a temptation to want to fast forward to the good stuff. More than anything, we want to get to the celebration of Christmas and sing “Joy to the World.” But the season of Advent helps us remember that before we can get to Bethlehem, there are some important stops we need to make along the way. Starting November 29, we hope you can join us on our “Journey to Bethlehem.” Each week, we’ll explore and rediscover the Hope, Love, Joy, and Peace of Christmas during a year when it’s never been needed more.

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 9:15am Modern Service   |   11:00am Traditional Service

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