At the February 23, 2023 meeting of the Worship Team, it was decided to cease providing recorded worship services online.  During the pandemic, they were instrumental to continuing the sense of community through worshiping together. However, now that we are fully back to in-person worship, very few are viewing the services, and it still takes a large effort to make them happen.  Therefore, after the May 21, 2023 service, after three years of this program, we are no longer recording all services. Many thanks go to Matthew Hendrickson, who has been recording the services since March 2020!  In the early days of the pandemic with fullRead More →

How did you find your faith? Was in conversation with a role-model adult? or in Sunday School? or through a church music program or camp?  Or perhaps on your own, as you tried to sort out science vs. the Bible vs. your experience? Today’s service features Matthew’s personal story of how his faith developed.  It also includes a mini-hymn-sing and other pieces of music that hold special meaning to many MHUMC attendees. Our services are being held with in-person attendance at 10 a.m. Sunday morning.  Today’s service is provided below in its entirety in video format.  Note that closed captioning is available when “CC” appearsRead More →

There is so much to worry about! Managing expenses, tending relationships, personal health and safety, artificial intelligence, climate change, war and insurrection, … the list goes on.  In today’s message, Trish shares how we can adjust our perspective and let God carry our anxiety. Our services are being held with in-person attendance at 10 a.m. Sunday morning.  Today’s service is provided below in its entirety in video format.  Note that closed captioning is available when “CC” appears in white at the bottom of the video panel. Click the CC to see the text; as it is done with an automated service, there may be errorsRead More →

This world is filled with suffering, wars, and pestilence – how can we still have hope? In today’s service, Trish notes we have hope because we know that there is a bit of God in everyone. We must always be ready to tell the story of how we know God, as it may be what someone else needs to also discover hope. Our services are being held with in-person attendance at 10 a.m. Sunday morning.  Today’s service is provided below in its entirety in video format.  Note that closed captioning is available when “CC” appears in white at the bottom of the video panel. ClickRead More →