at 102 Montague Ave , 22601
Montague Ave UMC is a community church reaching out with the arms of love of Christ Jesus in Winchester, Virginia
"God does not ask us to do the things that are naturally easy for us--He asks us to do the things that we are fit to do through His grace." - Oswald Chambers
Shenandoah Valley Gleaning Network needs volunteers for gleaning apple this Sunday. Here is Betty Heishman's message to you: I would like for our local groups and churches to make a big effort to help this season. Many have not been available for a while. If each church in the local area sent one volunteer, we would in good shape. If your group has been waiting.... now is the time. Lot's of the later dates may not be available for booking. All we can do is work and plan and watch the food go to waste, for lack of hands. October 3. 9 am - 11 am Marker Miller farm 3035 Cedar Creek grade Winchester, VA
"To be a disciple means that we deliberately identify ourselves with God's interest in other people. 'That ye love one another; as I have loved you...'" - Oswald Chambers
This week at Montague Ave: Church Council Tues, 7:00 pm Coffee with Pastor Andy - Starbucks (Pleasant Valley) Wed & Thurs 2-5 pm Choir Practice Thurs 7:00 pm Worship - 11:15 pm Share this with FB friends, and invite someone to worship this Sunday. It might just change their life.
Are you a disciple? How do you know?
Tonight: Let a fresh wind blow through your life. Revival: October Feast on the Word starts. 7:00 pm at Greenwood. First speaker: Rev Al Irving. Music by Austin Grove Choir from Loudoun County.
This Sunday, November 22, District Conference, 2:00 pm at Duncan Memorial in Berryville. Rev. Steve Melester will be the preacher. Come for worship, fellowship, and a little District business.
"God will not discipline us, we must discipline ourselves. God will not bring every thought and imagination into captivity; we have to do it. Do not say -- 'O Lord, I suffer from wandering thoughts.' Don't suffer from wandering thoughts. Stop listening to the tyranny of your individuality and get emancipated out into personality." Oswald Chambers.
Do you love God? Did you thank God for your place in creation? Did you submit to God's providence? Did you trust in God's justice? Did you praise God for the salvation that was accomplished for you?
What Child Is This? "He who is the Bread of Life began His ministry hungering. He who is the Water of Life ended His ministry thirsty. Christ hungered as man, yet fed the multitudes as God. He was weary, yet He is our rest. He prayed, yet He hears prayers. He was sold for 30 pieces of silver, yet He redeems sinners. He was led as a lamb to the slaughter, yet He is the Good Shepherd. He died, and by dying destroyed death." —Unknown Osbeck, K. W. (1996). Amazing grace: 366 inspiring hymn stories for daily devotions (p. 369). Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications.