January is a perfect time for congregations to explore new ways of sharing their ministries with each other and with the community.
As you consider embracing technology as part of your worship service, or using social media to spread your message, be sure that you are doing so legally – by following copyright laws.
The Church Licensing page of the EOC website has step-by-step instructions on how to be copyright compliant when:
|Feb. 12||Night To Shine
Garfield Mem UMC
|Feb. 13||Free Breakfast
Smith Corners UMC
|Feb. 13||Valentine Dinner
|Feb. 19-21||Bible Study Retreat
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Bishop Hopkins asks that each East Ohio United Methodist church set aside time during worship on Sunday, February 21 to pray for General Conference.
Prayer is a spiritual discipline through which God can guide and direct us. You are invited to include personal prayers, poems or other writings in your worship services that day – and to share them on the Day of Prayer Facebook page.
You may use these resources – or choose your own – to help guide your time of prayer.
General Conference of The United Methodist Church (#UMCGC) meets May 10-20, 2016, in Portland, Oregon.
PLAN – Ash Wednesday is February 10 and the first Sunday of Lent is February 14. Once again this year Discipleship Ministries has prepared Lent and Easter resources for clergy and Sunday school teacher use.
JOIN - United Methodists are called to live in the world, using the Social Principles as a guide. The prayerful and thoughtful effort of General Conference speaks to issues of the world from a sound biblical and theological foundation.
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