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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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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Our Faith in Action – Adult Education

What image pops in your head when you hear “Christian education”? Is it children seated in Sunday school classes or Vacation Bible school skits and games? What happens when we become adults – does our Christian education end? Christian education is a sacred responsibility for each of us, a lifelong...

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Our Faith and Action – Children’s Church

Children’s Church started in August 2017.  As Kirby Darden, the Director of Children’s Ministries, gears for up the second year, you may wonder what happens each Sunday when Kirby and the children (ages 3 through third grade) leave the sanctuary for Children’s Church.  Why are the kids (and parents) so...

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Our Faith in Action – Prayer Ministry

“God’s command to ‘pray without ceasing’ is founded on the necessity we have of his grace to preserve the life of God in the soul, which can no more subsist one moment without it, than the body can without air.” – John Wesley Prayer is our way of communicating with...

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