MessagesMay the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be pleasing unto you, O Lord, our Rock, and Redeemer. Amen.
Current Series & Worship Information
ROOTS: FORMING & GROWING A LIFE IN CHRIST
Beginning September 4, 2022, we’ll be learning from scriptures and other sources those practices and disciplines used and taught by Christ, the early disciples, and other esteemed faith leaders throughout history. Working from the Bible and the books Soul Feast: An Invitation to the Christian Spiritual Life (Marjorie J. Thompson; Newly Revised Edition; Westminster John Knox Press) and Formation In Faith: The Congregational Ministry of Making Disciples (Sondra Higgins Matthaei; Abingdon Press), Rev. Val will lead us through this 10-week series on forming and growing our lives in Christ.
Worship starts at 11 a.m. ET in-person at 1151 Lane Drive, Friendsville, TN, or you can join us through our live cast on Facebook. You don’t have to be a member to attend worship. We have communion each Sunday and ALL are welcome at the Lord’s Table at Union Grove! If you’re joining us from home, we encourage you to have juice and bread available for sharing communion with your household.
If you are joining us in-person, we encourage you to stick around for our after-worship fellowship. We’ll be enjoying various pastries and other baked goods, coffee, tea, and more at “Crumpets & Crafts!”
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Present & Past Messages
Part 5 in our Roots series focuses on the sacred art of ceasing, holy leisure, and … if you were too busy to make it to church Sunday, this is a message you might want to hear.
When Jesus identifies the greatest commandment, he sets worship at the center of human life. How can we give our best worship to God? Let’s find out.
Part 3 in our Roots series focuses on the spiritual discipline of prayer and the ministry of serving – creating communion with the community.
“Our Daily Bread,” the second in our series on “Roots: Finding and Forming Life In Christ,” focuses on the spiritual discipline of reading scripture. Join us to learn why it’s important and a way of developing this important routine.
Join us as we kick off Roots, a multi-week series on spiritual & faith formation, spiritual disciplines, & what it is to be & make disciples with “Feeding His Sheep.” Something for all disciples, new or experienced!
Summer’s winding down. We’re talking about vines, fruit, and pruning, and we’re turning to John 15 for advice.