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, where we have a welcoming nursery. We also have services on 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' activities and mission events appear in the monthly newsletter and the Sunday Bulletin.
Not being ones to loaf during their break, the youth will meet at the church on Monday morning at 9:30, December 22, and walk to the Community Kitchen at Trinity Episocal Church where they will volunteer their services.
Watch the newsletters and bulletins for more information on future activities, or click on the Youth Ministries Site
, and think about our gifts, and how we can transform our world, one disciple at a time, ask, "What does God expect of me?"
If making a pledge to Spruce Street is one of the ways you wish to help make disciples, the church office accepts pledge cards any time. Pledge cards are on the "Name tag" table and other locations throughout the building. Please be sure to sign and date yours before turning it in.
Chritsmas giving opportunities in honor and in memory of loved ones have been designated this season to these organizations:
Althought our deadline has passed for the "Christamas giving" in honor and in memory, we can continue to give offerings to these organizations all year. Checks can be made to Spruce Street UMC with one of the named charities (above) in the memo field.
Wednesday Nights are busy at Spruce Street:
Drop by for a quick bite to eat. Stay for Communion!
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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Need a last minute idea for a gift? A replica of Spruce Street Church with our history on the back would make a great present for someone who married at Spruce Street, or was baptized here. Contact Kathy Hanko to purchase a Cat's Meow model of the church. The $25 gifts are on-hand; no waiting.
Christmas Eve Worship
Spruce Street United Methodist Church
7 & 11 o'clock
Everyone is welcome
Be sure to get your tickets from Kay Beamer for Empty Bowls, the exciting fund raiser where you receive gourmet soup from area restauranteurs with a handmade or handpainted ceramic bowl, which you keep. Funds go to area food pantries and other hunger-fighting ministries in Monongalia and Preston Counties. The event will be on February 28 (2015)!