Get ready for Who Is My Neighbor? vacation Bible school, where children will learn about neighbors near and far! Fun activities will help Bible stories come to life and lead children deeply into Scripture focused on God’s care and compassion for neighbors close at hand and around the world. Children ages 5 through 12 and teen helpers are welcome to this time of worship, games, crafts, dinner, friends, and fun!
“God does not discriminate.” This is the basis for our church’s participation in the 2019 SF Pride march. Not just our Morgan Hill church – but our California-Nevada Conference, including Bishop Minerva Carcaño, District Superintendent Staci Current – are joining in solidarity with our LGBTQIA+ siblings. Our Pastor Patrick, youth minister Jeannie Clayton, and others from our church are planning to be there. Check with Jeannie in the church office if you want to attend and coordinate travel. The march is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. and end at 6 p.m. Parade viewing seating for 25 will be available on a first-come/first-served basis. Click here
by Pastor Patrick Davis, MHUMC On February 26, 2019, the General Conference Special Session delegates of the United Methodist Church from our global denomination voted 53% in favor of following The Traditional Plan for ALL United Methodist Churches. This Special Session was exceptionally painful for those of us who know the United Methodist Church in Morgan Hill, CA as an inclusive, reconciling and spiritually progressive faith community. The Traditional Plan is a very restrictive, punitive, discriminatory and exclusive plan involving forced compliance against the full inclusion of LGBTQAI people in the United Methodist Church. The Traditional Plan is a punitive plan with consequences levied on