Each week, we are bringing you worship, relevant messages, content for children and youth, and many more resources. If you are not comfortable attending in-person, we still consider you an important part of our church family.
Sisters and Brothers, Last week our attendance was 469! In person attendance was 124 (Traditional – 48, Contemporary – 76) and online was 345! How accurate is that number? Pretty accurate. In fact, every time we’ve tested the accuracy we’ve UNDER estimated the actual number of people watching. (When we’ve checked we’ve averaged 2.2 persons/device but we only count 2 persons/device.) Please continue to get the word out and invite folks to join us online or in-person for Christmas Eve. It’s…
The Staff Parish Relations Team (SPRC) invites you to share your appreciation for our staff with a special offering. You can give now through Jan 3. You can contribute in the normal ways, including placing your offering in the baskets at church, through the mail, or by giving online electronically.
In this ministry spotlight, we talked with Jan and Tina of the Sew What Sewing Ministry to learn how they are serving others through sewing and quilting even during the global COVID-19 global pandemic.
Join in on Worship at Ringgold United Methodist Church at 9a or 11a in-person or online. Our second stop on the “Christmas Places” theme is “At The Mall.” The hustle and bustle of the mall can provide an exciting opportunity for deals and sales, but it can also provide a great deal of stress with picking the right gift and managing the crowds of people. So much of shopping focuses on wants and consumption. What if we took more time…
Here are This Week’s Connections… Serve THIS Christmas*Support Children’s Celebration of Christmas with donated items AND serve – Sat, Dec 12*Signup to Participate in the Live Nativity – Dec 12*Give Blood and Support Missions – Dec 13 & 16 Young Adult Christmas Party – Dec 18
Our first stop on the “Christmas Places” theme is “Decorating the House.” Christmas is an exhilarating time each year, looked forward to by throngs of adults as well us millions of children. But it’s also a time of extreme busyness, stress, anxiety and uncertainty. How might we seek and find Christ in all of the various Christmas places and “states” we find ourselves ? Traditional Worship Contemporary Worship