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May We Love Alike

  Sometimes I am asked how the Methodist Church compares with other churches. Of course, that is a question which would take hours to answer fully. But a short answer might be this: both former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former president George W. Bush are Methodists. In other words, we are a Church […]

November 11, 2015 in Our Stories by

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Finding Christ

  Last week I met someone who could not hide her disappointment in me upon learning I have two cats. For you see, she is a dog person. So, for her, cat people are excluded.So, with this little interaction in mind, I want to tell you that my plan for the video was to talk […]

September 23, 2015 in Our Stories by

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The Wesleyan Way

  I am grateful to say that I am a fifth generation Methodist. I first learned the stories of the faith in my home and as I went to church with my parents at the Allapattah UMC in Miami, Florida. I was educated in a United Methodist college and seminary. Funds provided by fellow Methodists […]

September 17, 2015 in Our Stories by

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Good News

  I created this week’s video because I am hearing so much doom and gloom about the future.  Given my faith, I absolutely reject such a vision of the future. Both Republicans and Democrats tell us that if the opponent is elected president next year that America is doomed. Kind of an interesting outlook, considering […]

September 2, 2015 in Our Stories by

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Journeys

  As I looked at Facebook earlier this week I noticed many photos of kids and adults embarking on new journeys. Preschoolers I knew at an earlier church now off to first day at Middle School. My youth director at my previous church now going to her first day at Duke Divinity School. Some bittersweet […]

August 25, 2015 in Our Stories by

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Living Water

  When I was a child we used to vacation by a beautiful, clear, fish-filled lake in Maine called Wilson’s Lake. Water flowed in from the East and flowed out to the west towards the New Hampshire border just a mile away. The water was good to drink, which was good, because the cottage in […]

August 4, 2015 in Our Stories by

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Older and Better

  I celebrated a birthday this week. Not all birthdays are particularly noteworthy. But those ending in the numbers five or zero tend to be big deals. The other day, I had one of those big deal birthdays beginning with a SIX and ending in a ZERO! I know the clichés and agree with them. […]

July 29, 2015 in Our Stories by

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Location & Service Times

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SERVICE TIMES

Traditional: 8:30 a.m., 10:00 a.m.,
and 11:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Contemporary (Souljourn):
9:45 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall

Children's (SHINE):
Begins in 11:15 Traditional, then moves to Room S2

LOCATION

8501 Honeycutt Road
Raleigh, NC 27615
(919) 847-1536

info@nrumc.org