A Devotion on Being Still

Psalm 46 Be Still    We have been asked by the government to do nothing for a little while.  I have heard the slogan: “When you do nothing you are doing something” But doing nothing can be hard!  I once took a year long sabbatical that at first was wonderful,...

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A Devotional for Difficult Days

Psalm 13 –  Find a quiet moment and read this Psalm aloud.   “How Long?” is a common cry in the Psalms.  We, too, find ourselves wondering how long we will be dealing with this pandemic.  I, like the Psalmist, have deep sorrow in my heart and pain in my soul as I...

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JCUMC Basketball Team Plays in Atlanta Hawks Youth Classic

This February, one of Johns Creek UMC’s own recreational basketball teams received a unique opportunity. Team Liberty, made up of 5th and 6th grade girls, attended the Atlanta Hawks Youth Classic, organized by the Atlanta Hawks Basketball Academy. “What an amazing opportunity for our girls!” exclaimed coach Leah Reynolds. “The...

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It All Takes Time

By Brian Durham Church Member When you hear the word Stewardship what comes to mind for you? Stewardship is much more than sitting down and praying over our finances and asking God to direct us on how to use them. It is managing our life and all the resources that...

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My Mountaintop Moment

Marilyn Messerly Church Member I have been a traveler from a young age.  My parents instilled the love of travel in me and my brother and we have both traveled the world. On by bucket list was a trip to Machu Picchu in Peru.  In January of 2004 that dream...

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2019-2020 Appointments

Brothers and sisters in Christ, On behalf of Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson and District Superintendent Doug Thrasher, the Staff Parish Relations Committee at JCUMC is announcing our pastor appointments for the 2019-20 year. The United Methodist Church has itinerant pastors that work for the conference, meaning they are appointed for one...

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