|“Do no harm.” How hard can that be? John Wesley defined three simple rules that transformed women and men, and started a movement that became The United Methodist Church and transformed a forming nation in North America. The first of these rules sounds so simple, yet requires many of us to radically change the focus of our lifestyle.
Today’s service includes Communion.
Our services are now being held with in-person attendance, at 10 a.m. Sunday morning. The service is recorded live and provided in the video below in its entirety.
Our Scripture Reading is from Romans 13:8-10 (The New Revised Standard Version of the Bible). Paul summarizes the law in the simple sentence, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” adding that “Love does no wrong to a neighbor; therefore, love is the fulfilling of the law.”
Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is the one true Church whose faith we support with our prayers, our presence, our giving, our witness and our service.
Our offering is given to the mission and ministry of MHUMC. Remember our gifts come from us, as the people of God, for the work of God, to the Glory of God in the world.
Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is the one true Church whose faith we support with our prayers, our presence, our giving, our witness and our service. I invite you to give generously, as we worship God through sharing our gifts, tithes, and offerings.
The message today from Pastor Linda Holbrook is “Do No Harm.” This is the first in a series based on a book by retired United Methodist Bishop Rueben P. Job, “Three Simple Rules: A Wesleyan Way of Living.” The rules are “Do no harm; Do all the good you can; Stay in love with God.” See it in the video recording above.
See this week’s announcements here.
Note: As of July 11, 2021, worship services are being held in person in the MHUMC sanctuary. They will be recorded, and the recorded version of the service will be made available later in the week, continuing this website blog series.
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- “I Come With Joy to Meet My Lord” words by Brian Wren, music from The Southern Harmony, harm. by Charles H. Webb. © CCLI License #2718708
- “In Remembrance of Me” words by Ragan Courtney, music by Buryl Red. © CCLI License #2718708
- “Precious Lord” by Thomas A. Dorsey. © CCLI License #2718708
- “Bind Us Together” by Bob Gillman. © CCLI License #2718708
- All other text on this page © The United Methodist Church of Morgan Hill.