Good Friday?

Good Friday is a bit of misnomer. For anyone who was actually there, it was anything but good. For it was the day that evil thwarted God’s good plans in Jesus. The day when the truest love the world has ever known died.   So why do we call this day “good?” As I was […]

Maundy Thursday Service Tonight

In a special Maundy Thursday service tonight, we will share dinner and Holy Communion as we remember the last meal that Jesus would share with His disciples before His death. The service and dinner will be held at St. Mark United Methodist Church (1421 McFarland Boulevard in Northport) in Bell Hall beginning at 7:00pm. Parking […]

“Be Our Guest” Feedback Survey Now Available

If you joined us for any part of our Lent message series, “Be Our Guest”, we’d love to get your feedback! Click here to take a quick survey about the series that will help shape future messages and series.

Location Change for Prayer Tomorrow

Due to expected cold temperatures tomorrow morning, we will be having our last morning prayer for Lent with St. Mark United Methodist Church. We will meet at the normal time (6:30am) in their sanctuary. St. Mark is located at 1421 McFarland Boulevard and will be held in their sanctuary.

A Meal With a Mission

A Tale of Two Tax Collectors ·       Tax collectors overcharged citizens, keeping for themselves the remainder after what was owed Rome. ·       Zacchaeus went from robbing the poor to giving generously to them. Zacchaeus’ transformation is meant to be universal.   Of Palms and Donkeys and Meals ·       When Jesus rides into town, he does so in […]

Easter Egg Hunt and Holy Week

This Sunday, we’ll be celebrating Palm Sunday in church, as well as the end of our “Be Our Guest” Series.  (Well, technically it ends with the biggest meal of Jesus’ life on Thursday night when we reenact the Last Supper, but I digress…).  During the service, you’ll hear the story of Zacchaeus, a tax collector, […]



Week 5 of Be Our Guest

Jesus revealed God’s heart by acting defiantly in something as simple as where He sat at dinner. Hear more in today’s message, “VIP”.

Pastor’s eNote : Got Books? Give Books!

While I rarely use the eNote as an “Upcoming Events” blog, I’d like to make you aware of some really great things our church is doing, so bear with me! Arcadia Elementary Book Drive The Bama Wesley Foundation, one of our partners in reaching this generation of college students, is hosting a book drive to […]

If Three’s Company, What’s 5,000?

Week 4 of Be Our Guest Listen to how Jesus fed 5,000 people and showed that when you look outward, you receive more than you give in today’s message.