We are a United Methodist Congregation seeking to live out our faith through service, justice, social witness, and striving to be a people of open hearts, open minds, and open doors.
Visit us for worship Sunday mornings at 8:30 or 10:45, or Wednesday evenings at 7.
Listen to our 10:45 service every Sunday morning on WCLG-AM 1300. If you want a bulletin to follow along in our service by radio, request one here.
These Mighty Missionaries motivated our congregation to collect more than 90 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.
That's just one of their activities and mission events. Watch the newsletter, the Sunday Bulletin and the Children's Ministries Site
Children's Choir practice is in the choir room (top floor) following our 10:45 service on Sundays. Parents should request information from Dr. Sun Jung Lee: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are especially eager to enjoy what our Children's Choir has been working on lately: Join us Sunday night, December 14, in the Sanctuary when our Children and Youth present a Christmas program. Mark your calendar now.
In addition to regular meetings on Wednesday evenings at 7, this group gets together for mission activities, as well as fun activities!
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Drop by Seekers Hall with a few odds and ends that people use every day without thinking about them - place them in an appropriate cart or bin. Need ideas?
We were blessed to be a blessing.
We celebrate stewardship: Using the gifts we have to take care of what God has entrusted to us. Throughout November, we heard a familiar Gospel passage from Matthew 28,
, think about our gifts, and how we can make disciples. How can we transform our world, one disciple at a time?
If making a pledge is one of the ways you wish to help Spruce Street make disciples, the church office accepts pledge cards any time. Please be sure to sign and date yours before turning it in.
Flowers enhance our chancel area during our worship service. People have dedicated them in memory of a persons' birthdays, in honor of loved ones, wedding anniversaries, adoptions, homecomings, and departure for active duty in our armed forces.
Sharing God's Good News is also What We're About
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“Through Advent with Luke” Sundays, 6pm to 7:30pm –
Through Dec 28 - No lesson Dec 14
Facilitator: Rev Allen
Salvation Army - Christmas
To make a child's Christmas extra special, choose an angel to help from the Salvation Army Angel Tree in Seekers Hall. If you need directions, we have guidelines. Deadline for gifts: December 7.
Beginning Nov 30, Sunday School is in session with an Advent Study led by Rev Timothy Allen. Class begins at 9:30 a.m. in the Library (second level).
If you'd like a keepsake of our church, see or email Kathy Hanko, our church representative for Archives & History. These $25-dollar collectibles also make great gifts for Spruce Street friends - from graduations to weddings and baptisms at our church, or for people who collect Cat's Meow products.
Please mark your calendar now to join us for the 10:45 a.m. worship service on Sunday, December 14 when our Chancel Choir will lead us in worship with the Christmas Cantata.