Mark 209, a Gospel band from Nashville, led our worship service on Sunday, August 16th. We loved their four-part harmony and inspiration, and their interactive style. And we loved worshiping together with our brothers and sisters from the Eliot Congregational Church UCC, St. Mark’s United Methodist Church (Kittery), and York-Ogunquit United Methodist Church. It was…
Watch this news report about the UM ARMY (United Methodist Action Reach-Out Mission by Youth) working in Claremont, NH!
We are continuing to collect food this summer for End 68 Hours of Hunger, delivering 22 back packs to Eliot’s William Fogg Library and the South Berwick Library.
Our scripture readings these past two months led to some sermons about summertime activities: packing for a trip, dancing, camping, and mountain climbing. Why, in particular, does Pastor Sue recommend mountain climbing as a way to stay out of trouble? Ask us!