Hundreds of Easter eggs were hidden for the children!🐇🥚
Stand clear when the hunt begins! Singleton UMC children leap into action! 🐇
The annual Valentines prime rib dinner hosted by Singleton UMC Men.
Friends and family join on the 2nd Sunday for fellowship and lunch.
The church is not a building or a club, but our human response to God's love. The church consists of pople who are seeking and have experiences God's love. All persons willing to share this common spiritual journey are part of the universal Church of Jesus Christ, regardless of who they are or what they have done. Together we share our questions, doubts, tears, fears, joys, and sorrows, triumphs and failures, in a common journey of faith.
Confirmation in The United Methodist Church is a time of intentional preparation, leading to the first public profession of faith. During this time persons "make firm" what has gone before: God's prevenient grace, baptism, the teaching and witness of parents and other persons of faith, the teachings and life together in the church, the student's own growing faith. Youth are invited to claim for themselves the name Christian and the name United Methodist. Confirmation is a significant step in the journey of faith. Unlike baptism, which is a sacrament, confirmation is a repeatable rite in The United Methodist Church. Standing before the congregation to profess one's faith as part of a confirmation ceremony is not limited to only one special time.
We ask that you and your family would prayerfully consider this opportunity to deepen your faith walk with God, and strengthen your relationship with Christ, as we go onto perfection in Christian love together. We wish you well and pray that you and your youth will continue to be nurtured, discipled and loved by our church family and our community of faith. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. I can be reached at the parsonage at (804) 693-3811. May God bless you always, Pastor Calvin
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