Joyfully reaching out to
share God’s love and faith
in Jesus with everyone
Worship Time is 9:45am
What’s Happening
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Please join us for our Holy Week Services:
  • Holy Thursday, April 18 at 7 PM for a service of contemplating the words that Jesus spoke to his disciples at the last supper as found in the Gospel of John. A variety of people will offer reflections for you to ponder and we will have communion together just as they did that evening.
  • Good Friday, April 19 at 7 PM we will gather together to remember Jesus arrest, suffering and death through a service of shadows. As we read the story we will extinguish candles so that the darkness increases just as we mark the dark day of Jesus’ death. Join us during these holy times.
  • Celebrate Easter on April 21 at 9:45 AM. But first, start your day together with an Easter breakfast prepared by the United Methodist Men. There will be pancakes, eggs, sausage, juice, coffee, and gluten-free options. Breakfast begins at 8:00 AM in the gym. 
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Sunday School Opportunities
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There are classes for preschool through 12th grade and 4 different opportunities for adults:
  • Drawn from Scripture: learn different ways to relate to the Scripture through artistic expression.
  • When Did God Become A Christian: Have you ever wondered if the God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament are the same God? Christians have struggled throughout time with how God appears differently in different parts of the Bible. Come join us for a 6-week study of the book When Did God Become a Christian? that addresses these issues and talks about two main attributes of God: love and holiness. You will come to better understand that we do indeed worship ONE God, no matter what you may hear elsewhere.
  • A Crazy Holy Grace: Based on a book by Fredrich Buechner, this study looks at how our hurt and trauma of the past finds healing in the deep love and grace of God.
  • Refreshments and Conversation in our fellowship area for those unsure of their morning path at this time.
Pizza with the Pastor
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Join Pastor Joel for a slice of pizza (or more) and a chance to talk.  Held at John’s Pizzeria (8038 S State Rd, Goodrich, MI 48438) at 12:15 pm. 
Goodrich United Methodist Church hosts The Goodrich Area Pantry (The GAP).  The pantry services the Goodrich community and surrounding areas for those in need.  Click here for more information about the pantry.  
Out and About for The GAP
  • This months suggested items are shampoo, conditioner, baby wipes, mouthwash, body creams, boy wash and stain remover.

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Office Hours: 9-2 M-Th


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