Lebanon UMC - New Hampshire
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
A Reconciling Congregation
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Lebanon, NH 03766

 
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Lebanon United Methodist Church
A Reconciling Congregation

Sunday
July 13

Following the morning worship service, we will celebrate the arrival of
Pastor Becca Girrell and her family with a potluck in Fellowship Hall.
All are Welcome!
 
Click here to read more about Pastor Becca.
Vacation
Bible School

  

  Summer Worship is at 9:30 am
  until the first week in September

 
                       
 
                         

 

 

VISION STATEMENT
At this point in the life of our church, we seek to become a vital place where every person each member of the congregation and each stranger who enters our doors – feels welcome, known, cared about, and useful. We seek to grow spiritually in vigor and the excitement of sharing in service to our God. We seek to keep His Son, Jesus Christ, at the center of our lives. Through prayer and moved by the Holy Spirit, we seek newly to rededicate ourselves to discipleship, to service and mission in the community beyond our church in the name of Jesus Christ, our teacher, our healer, and our savior.

OUR MISSION
The mission of the United Methodist Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

OUR PURPOSE
We gather to worship God, Creator of the world, and Jesus Christ, the redeemer of creation. We commit ourselves in God's name to a loving ministry to one another,to the stranger who enters our sanctuary, and in prayer, word, and deed to a hurting world.

WHO WE ARE
We are an ecumenical reconciling church in the sense that our members and friends come from varied church backgrounds. The use of scripture, reason, tradition, and experience, which comes from our Wesleyan heritage, unites us in our growing understanding of what it means to be Christ's people.

WORSHIP
Central to our life in Christ is the act of corporate worship. It is here that we acknowledge our dependence on God. Through scripture, prayer, and sacrament we are guided in our faith journey, as we seek to be Christ's people in the world.