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Maundy Thursday Online Worship available at 6 p.m. on YouTube. We will be sharing together a Love Feast of our comfort food together (virtually of course). So, as you prepare for the service, plan to have ready your favorite comfort food, snack, meal
If you lead a small group or Sunday School class, have you thought about how you can still meet while staying home? There are several options that are easy once they are set up. You can connect on Facebook by creating a group. You can have virtual me
Dear Friends, As I wrote in my last note, it seems as if the news on the Coronavirus is changing moment by moment. Our church leaders have been watching the reports carefully. After consulting with the members of the Governing Board and taking into c
We are now uploading the 11 a.m. worship not only to Facebook, but also YouTube! Check out our YouTube channel College Avenue UMC Muncie. Uploads should be available for viewing on Tuesdays.
We’re approaching the time to plant our Mission Garden for 2020. We can use volunteers of any age, physical condition or skill level. We provided over 1700 lbs. of fresh vegetables for those in need last year so please help us continue this vit
Saturday & Sunday, April 25 & 26 Follow the Good Shepherd into the Community during this intergenerational service weekend. We will gather for worship on Saturday and participate in on-site and off-site projects. On Sunday, we will celebrate
A big Thank You to everyone who returned their Faith Promise Commitment card. We have received pledges of more than $13,000, over 1,400 hours, and many prayer commitments to each of the ministries! These ministries are Habitat for Humanity, A Better
Sunday, March 29 10:00 a.m. in the Coffee Bar We will explore rotating art projects collaborating with our Lenten Journey. Projects with various art forms will be available for the child within each of us.
Wednesday, February 26, 2020 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary Please join us for our Taize Ash Wednesday service with Holy Communion and the imposition of ashes. The service is inspired by the Ecumenical Community of Taiz√©, France, which strives to be a ‚