Welcome from Pastor Patrick: If you are participating in this worship experience on the third Sunday of Easter, we welcome you and invite you to experience the Presence of the Risen Christ. Here Christ welcomes all, and all are welcome. May the love of God, The grace of Christ, The friendship and peace of the Holy Spirit, be with you. At Morgan Hill United Methodist Church, our vision, as a faith community, is to create an inclusive, reconciling and progressive spiritual community that welcomes all people based on the teaching of Jesus “to love one another.” (John 13:34-35) Follow the entire service in the video here,Read More →

Welcome from Pastor Patrick: If you are participating in this worship experience on the second Sunday of Easter, we welcome you and invite you to experience the Presence of the Risen Christ. Here Christ welcomes all, and all are welcome. May the love of God, The grace of Christ, The friendship and peace of the Holy Spirit, be with you. At Morgan Hill United Methodist Church, our vision, as a faith community, is to create an inclusive, reconciling and progressive spiritual community that welcomes all people based on the teaching of Jesus “to love one another.” (John 13:34-35) Follow the entire service in the video here, orRead More →

Welcome from Pastor Patrick: If you are participating in this Easter Sunday Celebration experience, then know that on this day of days, the God who embraces you with hope, healing, and resurrection faith, loves you more than you will ever know, or even understand. Welcome to this Easter Celebration experience at Morgan Hill United Methodist Church.  Here Christ welcomes all, and all are welcome. May the love of God, The grace of Christ, The friendship and peace of the Holy Spirit, be with you. Follow the entire service in the video here, or go at your own pace with portions of the service provided below. Prelude:  “ChristRead More →

The Via Dolorosa (Latin for Way of Grief or Way of Suffering) is a street within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to his crucifixion. The current route has been established since the 18th century, replacing various earlier versions. It is today marked by nine Stations of the Cross with the remaining five stations being inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. The route has become a place of Christian pilgrimage. You may make your “pilgrimage in spirit” to the places where Jesus suffered on the way to his crucifixionRead More →