Sunday, June 17th, 2018
In one of Robin Williams’ most inspiring roles, he portrayed a teacher of poetry at a private school for boys. In one scene, he speaks of the role of poetry in life. He quotes Whitman, saying, “That the powerful play (life) goes on, and you may contribute a
verse.” And then he turns to one young man and asks, “What will your verse be?”
That’s what we’ll be thinking about this Sunday at Willoughby Hills United Methodist Church — what verses have been written over the past 12 years, and what verses will be written in the years to come.
Hope you can be there, 9:30 and 11:00, 34201 Eddy Road, Willoughby Hills (just west of SOM/Rt. 91) 440-585-9462.
Parsonage Update (June 15th)
The carpet is going in today!
Thanks to all who have pitched in to get the place ready for our new pastor, Max Beery, and his wife, Carroll!
Do you have a secret hope? Is there something inside you that says that you can help to make your corner of the world a better place?
Inside each of us, there’s a wish – a prayer – that we can make a difference. Sometimes it’s hard to know how.
We believe we can help you find it.
WHUMC isn’t a place. We’re people like you, who want to make a difference. We’re looking for new ways to do just that, because that’s what we believe God wants us to do. You’re invited to go on that journey, too.
What do we mean when we say “Joyfully Helping God Heal Broken Lives?”
At WHUMC we are “Joyfully Helping God Heal Broken Lives.” We do so in many different ways, so this phrase means different things to different people. However, we’ve found that most of the things that we’re passionate about can be summarized in these six words. Click here to read more.