You see it at almost every single intersection, while you’re waiting for the light to turn green. Someone in a car around you has their head down. You know what they’re doing. They’re checking their phone for messages.
Why? After all the warnings about texting and driving, why do they still do it? It could be that they’re in their cocoon, growing more and more oblivious to the world around them — and not just when it comes to their phone. Maybe it doesn’t seem like a big deal. But when it comes to our spiritual life, God promises us something good when we turn our attention outward.
That’s what we’ll be talking about this Sunday at WHUMC.
Hope you can be there.
9:30 and 11:00, 34201 Eddy Road, Willoughby Hills
P.S. We’ll also be celebrating World Communion Sunday — it’s a special day when all the churches around the world have a special symbolic meal to remember the grace of God.  You don’t have to be a member of WHUMC, or any other church, to receive this meal.  You’re invited, but your pasrticipation is up to you.

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.