La Cañada United Methodist Church celebrates Laity Sunday with messages from Bob Kemmerer and Doug Gulick this Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Reflecting on Acts 2:43-47, the church community will discuss its hopes for the future of LCUMC. Other lay people will help lead the worship.
LCUMC’s services include singing and reciting prayers. Masks are required for worship. For those who choose to participate virtually, a recording of the sermon will be available on Sunday afternoon at lcumc.com and on the church’s Facebook page.
LCUMC is located at 104 Berkshire Place, adjacent to the LCHS sports fields.
For more info about the church’s virtual activities, visit lcumc.com, or call the office at (818) 790-3605.
At 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 16, at La Cañada United Methodist Church, the Rev. Karin Ellis will preach from Genesis 37:1-4, 12-28. Using the story of Joseph being sold into slavery by his brothers, Ellis will talk about family dynamics and how they might be different, or the same, during this time of being “safer at home.” LCUMC’s service can be watched at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday or later via the church’s webpage at lcumc.com and on its Facebook page listed under La Cañada United Methodist Church. Note that sermons dating to March can also be found under Media on LCUMC’s webpage and that prayers are posted on the Facebook page every day. For information about LCUMC’s other virtual activities, such as Bible study, and discussion of the book “White Fragility,” phone the office at (818) 790-3605 or visit lcumc.com.
At 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 9, at La Cañada United Methodist Church, the Rev. Karin Ellis concludes her online worship series “A Compassionate Neighborhood: Spiritual Lessons From Mister Rogers” with the topic “Look for the Helpers.” Using Hebrews 4:14-16, Ellis will talk about the grace God gives us to help one another, as well as Mister Rogers’ lesson to look for the helpers in our community when life becomes challenging. Several members of LCUMC’s congregation who are essential workers will talk about what it means for them to be helpers in our community. LCUMC’s service can be watched at 10:30 a.m. Sunday or later via the church’s webpage at lcumc.com and its Facebook page, listed under La Cañada United Methodist Church. Sermons dating to March can also be found under Media on LCUMC’s webpage, and prayers are posted on the Facebook page every day. For information, phone the church office at (818) 790-3605 or visit the website.