Experience worship services in person or from your home
As of July 11, 2021, we are open for in-person worship again. Knowing that as a faithful community we need to keep the safety of our families and friends we are asking all who attend in-person worship to wear face masks (unless health conditions cause any breathing problems). In addition, we are refraining from close personal contact (like handshakes or hugs) and instead will greet each other with elbow bumps or other similarly sanitary means. It is heartwarming to see so many of our church community again!
Recorded services are also available through our Worship blog. (See below for the most recent services.) This blog includes a full recording of the services when available.
Morgan Hill UMC worship experiences
|November 28, 2021 – “Restore Us, O God: Hope”
During Advent we are waiting for the birth of Jesus, the incarnate God. It is a joyful time, but there are many people who suffer and who need hope. Hope is different from wishful thinking. Our wishes are about what we want. Hope is about what God is doing in our relationships and in the world.
|November 21, 2021 – “Christ the King”
Today is “Christ the King” Sunday, the last week in the church year. It is a way of saying we wrap up a year’s worth of worship by claiming again whose we are. We reiterate our mission – to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. The emphasis this week is in the middle – “of Jesus Christ.” That is the kind of disciple that we are. We aren’t disciples of our own wisdom; we aren’t disciples following the winds of this world. We are disciples of Jesus Christ.
|See previously recorded services for the last month or so.
If you were unable to attend a service in person, you can still view the service from wherever you are. Recorded services are made available within a couple of days of the date of the service.
Sunday morning worship
Sunday morning Worship Service begins at 10am, with music, worship, prayer, community. After the welcoming time, children are excused to age-appropriate Children’s Church School.
After the worship service, join us for Fellowship Time, to rekindle relationships, check out opportunities to volunteer, and have some coffee and snacks.
Random acts of kindness can add joy to others’ lives, and our own, even while we are socially distant. Get ideas at the Random Acts of Kindness website. Ideas include:
The Upper Room also has many other resources that are helpful for personal and small group prayer time.
For resources to stay grounded during these times of uncertainty and isolation, visit UpperRoom.org/covid-19.