Posts from June 2021

Posts from June 2021

The Communicator | July 2021

Stay connected in the loop with what’s going on with our senior adult ministries at Ringgold United Methodist Church with The Communicator. Here’s the July 2021 Edition of The Communicator

You’re The One I Want

Through discipleship, we are saying that God is the one that we want. As we live into that relationship with God more, we realize that we are the ones that God wants. Being a part of the beloved community means that we commit to growth in God’s love. This growth happens through humility, grace, and over time. Traditional Worship Contempoary Worship

R|KIDS MOMENT 6/27/21

Our 5th Sunday of Ordinary Time is also LifeSport Sunday! What a great week to grow closer to God. Hear from Britta Alton, our Director of Children’s Ministry this week.

Camp catoosa | Mission Moment

Camp Catoosa was started in 1974 by Jack Maddox, and in 2001 it was moved to Ringgold United Methodist Church. Camp Catoosa is a summer camp designed to enable kids in Catoosa County to have the opportunity for a fun, quality summer camp. Sue Mason, a member of Ringgold United Methodist Church and social worker for Catoosa County Schools, coordinates the camp as a partnership between the school system, several community partners, and our church. Listen as Sue describes the…

Blinded By The Light

The third characteristic of the Beloved Community is that those who walk in the light of God’s love cannot hate others who are also walking in the light. John says that someone who does have anger towards a brother or sister is blinded by darkness. Traditional Worship Contemporary Worship

r|kids Moment 6.20.21

We’re up to the 4th Sunday after Pentecost in this long stretch of Ordinary Time. It’s a time to grow! Learn about Jeremiah this week.

Two Connections Events: Father’s Day & Creek Baptism

Hey church, I have two important bits of connections for you… FIRST, this Sunday is Father’s Day! As the dad of triplet (now 9-year-old) girls, I LOVE FATHER’S DAY!  For me, it’s not about the gifts or the food. For me, it’s a reminder that I am amazingly blessed by three miracles named, “Hannah, Isabella, and Sophia.” Father’s Day is also a reminder about how I tragically lost my dad to a brain aneurism when I was 15.  I wonder…
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