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Pastor Jill Moffett continues the “Doing a New Thing: A Church in Transition” series. This week, the focus is on Jesus calling his first disciples. These new disciples “drop their nets” and follow him. They seemingly do this without hesitation, abandoning their fishing boats and a profession they have been a part of their entire lives. How do we im…
 
Pastor Jill Moffett continues the summer sermon series, Doing a New Thing: A Church in Transition, with a message called "A Land that I Will Show You" on how God called Abraham and Sarah to a new land and what we might learn from their example. Also enjoy hymns, prayer and scripture. Register your attendance and link to opportunities to get involve…
 
Pastoral Care Coordinator Bonnie Zickgraf kicks off the summer sermon series, "Doing a New Thing: A Church in Transition." Also enjoy hymns, prayer and scripture. Register your online attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextSteps.Bởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastoral Care Coordinator Bonnie Zickgraf kicks off the summer sermon series, "Doing a New Thing: A Church in Transition." Also enjoy music, prayer and scripture. Register your online attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextSteps.Bởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastor Paul Ernst leads contemporary worship today with a sermon on Sacrifice and Memorial Day. Also enjoy hymns, prayer and scripture. Register your online attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextStepsBởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastor Matt Hantelman leads his last worship at Noblesville First today as he shares his "Capstone" sermon. Also enjoy hymns, prayer and scripture. Register your online attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextStepsBởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Director of Student Ministry David McKenzie leads worship today as we recognize the congregation's high school and college graduates. Also enjoy hymns, prayer and scripture. Register your online attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextStepsBởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastor Matt Hantelman shares a message titled, "What It Means to Be a Methodist." Also enjoy scripture, prayer, contemporary music from the Praise Band and holy communion. Register your attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextStepsBởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
We welcome guest speaker UMC Indiana Conference Bishop Julius Trimble to the pulpit today for a sermon entitled, "Come and Have Breakfast." Register your attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextSteps.Bởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastor Matt Hantelman concludes the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: For Thine is the Glory.…
 
Pastor Jill Moffett concludes the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: For Thine is the Glory.…
 
Pastor Matt Hantelman continues the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: And Lead Us, Not into Te…
 
Pastor Jerry Rairdon continues the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: And Lead Us, Not into Tem…
 
Pastor Jill Moffett continues the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: Forgive ... As We Forgive.…
 
Pastor Jerry Rairdon continues the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: Our Daily Bread.…
 
Pastor Jill Moffett continues the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: Our Daily Bread.…
 
Pastor Matt Hantelman continues the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: Whose Will Be Done?…
 
Pastor Jerry Rairdon continues the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: Whose Will Be Done?…
 
Pastor Jill Moffett launches the Lenten sermon series, “The Most Important Prayer of All.” It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: Our Father, who art in heav…
 
Pastor Jerry Rairdon launches the Lenten sermon series, "The Most Important Prayer of All." It is the most important prayer because it is the one Jesus shared when asked by the disciples to teach them to pray. But we often take this prayer for granted and miss how much this teaches us about how to approach God. This week: Our Father, who art in hea…
 
To conclude the "Won't You Be My Neighbor? A Theology of Mister Rogers" sermon series, we celebrated Mission Outreach Sunday. The congregation's faithful giving to missions enabled the Noblesville First Missions Team to distribute $35,700 in 2021. Learn about these missions and ministries and hear from Rev. Jen Huff from the United Methodist Church…
 
Pastor Jerry Rairdon continues the “Won’t You Be My Neighbor? A Theology of Mr. Rogers” sermon series. This week: “Look for the Helpers.” Register your attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextStepsBởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastor Jill Moffett continues the “Won’t You Be My Neighbor? A Theology of Mr. Rogers” sermon series. This week: “Look for the Helpers.” Register your attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextStepsBởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastor Jerry Rairdon continues the "Won't You Be My Neighbor? A Theology of Mr. Rogers" sermon series. This week: "It's You I Like." Register your attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextStepsBởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastor Jerry Rairdon continues the "Won't You Be My Neighbor? A Theology of Mr. Rogers" sermon series. This week: "It's You I Like." Register your attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextStepsBởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastor Jerry Rairdon kicks off the "Won't You Be My Neighbor? A Theology of Mr. Rogers" sermon series. Also enjoy the choir ensemble, traditional hymns, scripture, prayer, and holy communion. Register your attendance and link to opportunities to get involved and stay connected at NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextSteps…
 
Pastor Mary Eileen Spence and Pastor Paul Ernst conclude our series Trick Questions: And Jesus’ Enduring Answers with one more attempt by the Pharisees to trip up Jesus when they ask him what the greatest commandment is. Jesus reduces all this argument down to two simple statements that offer us a tremendous guide for our daily living.…
 
Pastor Mary Eileen Spence and Pastor Paul Ernst conclude our series Trick Questions: And Jesus’ Enduring Answers with one more attempt by the Pharisees to trip up Jesus when they ask him what the greatest commandment is. Jesus reduces all this argument down to two simple statements that offer us a tremendous guide for our daily living.…
 
We welcome a guest speaker to the pulpit today ... Noblesville First's Hospitality Coordinator Pam Caplinger continues the series “Trick Questions: And Jesus’ Enduring Answers” with this question … Is lawful for a man to divorce his wife, based on Matthew 19:1-14.Bởi Noblesville First United Methodist Church
 
Pastor Jill Moffett continues the series “Trick Questions: And Jesus’ Enduring Answers” with this question … In the Resurrection, whose wife will she be? We explore the Sadducees’ attempt to trip Jesus up by asking a strange question about marriage and heaven. Jesus makes his case for the afterlife and reminds that God is not the God of the dead bu…
 
Pastor Jerry Rairdon continues the series "Trick Questions: And Jesus’ Enduring Answers" with this question ... In the Resurrection, whose wife will she be? We explore the Sadducees' attempt to trip Jesus up by asking a strange question about marriage and heaven. Jesus makes his case for the afterlife and reminds that God is not the God of the dead…
 
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