Spaghetti Dinner flyerSpaghetti Dinner flyer We hope to see everyone out at St. Joseph United Methodist Church located at 205 N. Third Street in St. Joseph on Friday, April 20 for some tasty spaghetti, garlic bread, salad & Texas sheet cake! The fun begins at 5 p.m. There will be a silent pie auction as […]
Join us Saturday, March 10 for special music by Southern Gospel group Servants Voices. * Meal at 5 p.m. * Music at 6 p.m. For more information, please call the church office at 217-469-2515 weekday mornings. Pastor Gene encourages you to invite friends, family and people in our community you’d like to get to know better!
We’ve made it! How could four short weeks feel like such a long time? On December 3, we began our Advent journey, and we’ve finally made it to the season of Christmas. Yes, Christmas officially goes from December 25 – January 7 which marks Epiphany (meaning manifestation). We have come a long way. We began the […]
Today we conclude our sermon series titled, “Living into Our Baptismal Covenant.” We have learned about living into our baptismal covenant through supporting the church with our Prayers, our Presence, our Service, and our Gifts. This week we learn about living into our Baptismal Covenant through our Witness. Webster defines witness as: Attestation of a […]
By Pastor Paul Scripture Text: Matthew 4:12-23 The brief definition of atheist is a person who denies or disbelieves the existence of a supreme being. You might be surprised to learn that many people become atheists because of their bad experiences with Christianity. Specifically speaking, they are not hearing a strong message of spiritual transformation […]
Scripture Text: 1 Timothy 6:6-19 What’s on your plate these days? Chances are your first response to that question had little to do with food and more to do with how full your calendar and “to do” list are. It’s amazing how Americans have become so obsessed with food that we even envision our lives […]
Did you know that bacteria can be one of the greatest friends of art lovers? This is because bacteria can help restore a painting’s patina. “Its what?” Its patina – its natural sheen and luster – which is often lost through age and use. For bacteria to restore a painting’s patina, they must be trained. […]
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