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dial (518) 801-1336 to listen to audio of the service live.
*While we have been worshipping in our building for some time, the COVID pandemic continues. We continue to offer our best guidance as we meet in person. You can find that guidance here.
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Sermon Series: Our sermon series is “Forgive”. We will look at forgiveness, one of the things that Jesus calls us to repeatedly even though it can be very difficult at times. This week we will talk about how we need to forgive ourselves.

Before we can ever forgive others, we have to see ourselves as forgiven. Often we continue to hold on to shame and guilt that hinder us from living as the free people Jesus intends us to be. We’ll never be free to forgive others if we don’t first forgive ourselves.

Fill out your pledge today: If you have not yet submitted your pledge card for this year, you can do that on our website here.
If you would like to donate to the Gaylord Tornado Disaster Relief, please follow this link.
Home - Asbury

Feeding Flint 2022: Through the years United Women in Faith (formally United Methodist Women), have supported ministries that provide meals to those in need, especially the Southend Soup Kitchen. When Flint encountered lead in their drinking water; Asbury United Methodist church passed out water and food during this crisis. Programs were started to help with the recovery and now Asbury is focusing on the development of programs to sustain the recovery called Asbury Community Development Corporation.

On Sunday May 29 at 9:45, we will be blessed with speaker, Israel Unger, to share with us the programs that feed healthy meals, establish urban farms, and bring opportunities to improve the lives of Flint residents. To support this ministry you may make a donation to Goodrich United Methodist Church with the memo feeding Flint. This can be done during worship, by mail, or online at our webpage under “Give Now”. Click on Give To and select “Special-Feed Flint Fund”. Let’s be part of this ministry.

Hurley Children's Center opens at Flint Farmer's Market - Flint Township View
Hurley Pediatric Project: Once again the United Women in Faith, UMW, is sponsoring the collection of items for the Hurley Foundation. We thank our knitters for all the baby blankets and everyone who helped with the fleece blankets. We are also looking for the following items; new books ages 3 to 16, in a ziploc bag new coloring book with a set of 8 crayons or for an older child a more grown up coloring book and a set of 8 colored pencils. Also new small to medium size stuffed animals, hand held self contained games (no batteries), puzzle books with pencil and more new fleece blankets. If you have other ideas of items to donate remember that hospital rooms have limited space and all items need to be new. Please place your donations by the church bulletin board in the fellowship area; the last day to donate will be May 22 . Thank you!
Path of Remembrance Brick Dedication - Hospice & Community Care
Memorial Pavers and Plants: Did you know that there is an oasis of peace and remembrance of loved ones and
friends just outside the patio doors? The Memorial Garden is an awesome place in the Spring, Summer or Fall. To have a visual tribute of someone special; you may order an engraved memorial paver or plant for the garden. All you need to do is fill out the form found at the welcome center, and with a check made out to GUMC with a notation in the memo that it is for a paver or plant. Return the form and check to the church office as soon as possible. The pavers cost $100 each and perennial plants start at $30. All forms will be processed in a timely manner each summer. To customize a paver or choose a plant, please contact the church office (810) 636-2444 or office@goodrichumc.org.
Mobility Worldwide

Mobility Worldwide East Michigan (MWEM) is a non-profit organization that makes mobility carts for physically challenged people in developing countries around the world. MWEM is comprised of volunteers from the East Michigan area including our own church. The last two years has shown a continual increase in costs. In order to continue this important mission, we need your help. 100% of all donations goes directly towards producing and shipping the carts. Visit Mobility Worldwide East Michigan’s website for more information.

A tax deductible donation can be made to “Mobility Worldwide East Michigan” in one of two ways:

  1. Use credit or debit card, or PAYPAL, through the “DONATE” button on our secure website.
  2. Make check payable to: Mobility Worldwide East Michigan and mail to:

 

Goodrich United Methodist Church

8071 South State Road

Goodrich MI 48438

ATTN: Mobility Project

 

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