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  • lent study

    starts the week of february 18

    Sunday after worship & select life groups

    On the third day, he rose again.
    In The Third Day: Living the Resurrection, Tom Berlin uses his gifts of storytelling and understanding the Scriptures to connect the reader to the experiences of several individuals around Jesus in his final days, focusing on new life and redemption rather than loss.

    Join Peter, Mary Magdalene, and Thomas as they feel the despair of losing Jesus and the surprise and joy that awaits them in the resurrection. This study traces events around these characters, along with Paul and the disciples at Emmaus, and how the resurrection transforms their lives.

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  • Holy Thursday dinner, Teaching, Worshp & Communion Event

    Thursday, March 28

    6:30 PM - Fellowship Hall

    Join in this community event together with Hillsborough UMC by bringing a vegetable or protein to share. We will gather at round tables, share the meal, worship and hear more about what happened in the Upper Room and the first Last Supper. 

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    Welcome to this community of faith. Gatherings on Sunday morning are designed to help you grow close to God and to the people in this family as we sing, pray, experience the message of Jesus and discover how our living can be transformed into joy, peace, hope and love. Join via livestream or on our Facebook page.



    Being an instrument of hope to our community starts with families that come in all shapes and sizes. "Living in Community" means walking side by side through the ups and downs of life. It's more than simply going to worship on Sunday - it's knowing that you've got safe connections with people who want to live life with you. 



    Serving is at the heart of the Christian life.  Our Wesleyan heritage teaches we are to grow in compassion for our neighbor and serve with our community in ways that build the common good.  We rely on worship and study to fuel and inform our work to build the Kingdom of God and serve as instruments of hope.