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We GATHER in worship, we GROW in our faith , we GO out into the world


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

This Sunday, July 25, 2021
Sermon Series: Champions
Sermon Title:  A Champion Is as a Champion Does
By the Rev. Jason Mincey
Scripture:  1 Kings 19:1-18
Services at 9:15 am and 11am  in person and via Facebook , hmumc.org and YouTube.
It feels good to be on the mountaintop.  As believers, we love that feeling: God’s presence all around us; God’s power surging within us.  On those days, we’re absolutely fearless.  No doubts.  No hesitation.  No challenge can slow us down.  It’s like there’s nothing we can’t do.
Then all of a sudden, something (someone?) shows up and threatens to take it all away from us.  Some new crisis emerges; and instantly, we forget all about God’s power.  We forget about what God has done for us in the past.  One moment, we’re standing on top of the mountain.  The next moment, we’re digging our fingernails into the ledge, hanging on for dear life.  Alone and afraid.
Sound familiar?  
Why do we do this?  Why do we constantly ping-pong back-and-forth between the extremes of faith and fear?  Because we’re human.  So, what’s the answer?  If we can’t stay on the faith mountaintop all the time, is there perhaps some way that we can at least avoid falling prey to worry and discouragement every time we feel threatened?
Maybe the answer has less to do with our emotions and more to do with our purpose.  When God met the frightened prophet Elijah in the wilderness, he didn’t tell him not to be afraid.  He told him to forget about his feelings for a moment, and to focus on doing what God had called him to do.  Sometimes, that’s all we need to help us overcome fear and get us moving again.  
Long before there were champions of the Olympic Games, there were champions of the faith—men and women who, in spite of their faults and flaws, showed us what it means to boldly and courageously trust in God.
Join us starting July 4, as we explore the stories of some of the greatest models of faith in the Old Testament in our new summer sermon series, Champions, as we rediscover how they continue to pass the torch of faith to us even today.

Service Times

Sunday Mornings  online and in person (registration required) at 9:15 am and 11am via Facebook, our home page, and YouTube

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

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