There will be a Called Church Conference on Sunday, April 12, 2015 at 4:30 p.m. at Duncan Memorial Church. Click here to read Ray Martin's message to the congregation regarding information to be presented at the Church Conference.
Here are links for the our most current architectural design:
Part I (Pages 1-30)
Part II (Pages 31-50)
Part III (Pages 51-60)
Part IV (Pages 61-72)
Continuing the Conversation
Thanks to everyone who participated in the Holy Conversation on Sexuality and the Church at Duncan Memorial UMC on January 31, 2015. People shared a wide range of views thoughtfully and were able to hear one another across their differences.
If you want to view the video we watched from the conference Day of Holy Conversation on November 22, 2014 or for more information on Reconciling Ministries, please click on the links below …
And stay tuned, we have more discussions coming in
- On Sunday evening, April 26, 2015, David Hindman will lead a study, "What Does the Bible Really Say?"
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As we read the news from Ukraine, we have a special interest and connection because of Michael Airgood, the missionary sponsored by us who works with the University Student Ministry in Lviv. He writes, “Please stay informed, stay in prayer, and stay in touch. Your support means a lot to our young people. We would love to see it.” Click here for a link to a posting about what's happening on the ground there and how we can support our sisters and brothers in Christ involved in the campus ministry in Lviv.
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