Any movement of God is always preceded by a time of prayer and discernment. Samuel’s pursuit of God’s guidance resulted in great change and flourishing for the nation of Israel. Believers’ earnest prayers for Peter’s safety in prison in the book of Acts led to his release. And Jesus’ reliance on his Heavenly Father in Gethsemane paved the way for him to face the cross. Before our congregation makes this important decision about the future of our church, we, too, need to spend time with God, seeking His strength and wisdom. We hope you will faithfully join us as we discern a way forward.
Trusting in God’s provision: As a prayer-driven church, we will continue to seek God’s direction and guidance for the process of separation.
Time of Discernment: January 9 – February 19
Because there is much wisdom in the company of many, Mt. Horeb United Methodist Church is hosting three listening sessions. You will need to register to attend. These meetings are for church members only.
Church Wide Meeting: Sunday, February 5 at 5 PM
Called Church Conference
View Our Discernment Guide
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