Our Faith in Action – Chancel Choir

Kyle Stubbings has been a member of the Chancel Choir since joining JCUMC eight years ago.  He and his daughters, Lucy and Caroline, are active members of the church and community. As we enter Advent, Kyle was asked to share some thoughts about the choir, music, Advent, and green apple...

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Our Faith in Action – Meals That Heal

Comfort food.  Soul food.  Bread of Life.  Meals that Heal.  As we all know food does so much more than the essential function of nourishing our bodies.  Meals provide comfort, fellowship, healing.  Meals that Heal is a volunteer-run ministry at JCUMC that provides food for families and individuals following the...

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Our Faith in Action – Stephen Ministers Are Here For You

• Are you struggling through a difficult time in your life . . . loss of a loved one, divorce, major illness, job loss, financial problems, loneliness, problems with family relationships, difficulties with your children, relocation, change in living arrangements, or other tough issues? • Are your family and friends...

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Pastor Charley to Preach on Day 1

The Rev. Dr. Charles Reeb, senior pastor of Johns Creek United Methodist Church in Johns Creek, Ga., is the featured preacher Nov. 4 and 11 on “Day 1” with host Peter Wallace, the nationally broadcast ecumenical radio program also accessible online at Day1.org and by podcast. Best known for his...

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Our Faith in Action – Boo Bash Takes A Village

For many years, JCUMC has sponsored a Trunk N Treat for the children of Johns Creek.  Last year’s event was so much fun with all the lively decorated trunks and cute games.  This year, the Children’s Ministry is teaming with the JCUMC Preschool to present the Boo Bash on Saturday,...

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Our Faith in Action – Third Grade Bibles

678 congregants present in 11am worship 108 pieces of wrapping paper 62 family members for breakfast 27 third graders 8 helpers on Sunday 4 trash bags 2 able assistant organizers 1 master organizer   All of that adds up to a longstanding tradition in the United Methodist Church of 3rd grade...

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