Welcome to Lakemore United Methodist Church
COVID-19 (Coronavirus)~~~We continue to be closed to worship inside the church on Sunday morning. The Administrative Council is reviewing the Bishop’s taskforce’s recommendations on in-person worship and will be making a decision soon. At the present time, we will continue the Parking Lot worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. and the YouTube sermons, posted each Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m.
Parking Lot Worship
We will be having a parking lot worship service each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. You can come and stay in your car for a worship service. The service can be heard from your car either because you can hear the audible sound from the sound system or by tuning in your vehicle’s radio to FM 102.3. Those leading worship will be in the pavilion. We hope that this will provide a means of worship in proximity and especially for those who may not be able to access on-line services.
Pastor Jeff Gindlesberger is recording a sermon for each Sunday that we are apart. Just click on the link (address beginning https) and it will take you to the sermon.
This week we have several things (May 24,2020)
Pastor Jeff’s sermon: https://youtu.be/dNfzXtdHcJs
A children’s sermon: https://youtu.be/IlflSJokkkE
A brief communion time: https://youtu.be/1DeeJzUKp9w
Pastor Jeff’s sermon for May 17, 2020: https://youtu.be/imO7sbu6B6g
Here’s the sermon for May 10, 2020: https://youtu.be/AJCL1NiMXTs
The sermon for May 3, 2020: https://youtu.be/7JgSiYgvPrk
Here’s his sermon for April 26, 2020: https://youtu.be/aASrkAxURNE
Pastor Jeff’s sermon for April 19, 2020: https://youtu.be/gntBi7W8h6k
His his Easter sermon (4/12/20): https://youtu.be/oR5lFf3ncFA
Pastor Jeff’s sermon for April 5, 2020: https://youtu.be/vLj502njEQs
Pastor Jeff’s sermon for March 29, 2020: https://youtu.be/9xSF2xv7GQI
Pastor Jeff’s sermon (3/22/20): https://youtu.be/a4AafV1SKiM
Pastor Jeff sermon for March 15, 2020: https://youtu.be/zRR4lnbdXgM
Once a video is in place you can view it whenever you want. You could also go directly to YouTube and type Lakemore UMC in the search bar. You should see our offerings. If you click, “Subscribe”, when a new offering is posted, you will be notified.
Pastor Jeff is mainly working from home, as per the Governor’s request. Please know that he desires to be available. He will be making phone calls to stay connected. You can also reach him at 330-329-1209.
We are also trying to send out some emails periodically. If you are not receiving an email from the church, we may not have yours. Please email the church at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to include you.
Your financial gifts are really important in this unusual time. You may use the giving tab above to be guided to on-line giving, or you can continue to mail your offerings to the church. Thank you very much.
To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
Lakemore United Methodist Church seeks to be a beacon of Christ’s light to the people of Lakemore and Springfield Township. We will be intentional about creating relationships with people not yet a part of the church. We will share our Christian faith and invite persons to join us on a path of vital worship, growing discipleship, and active service.
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A BRIEF HISTORY OF OUR CHURCH:
In 1919, a group of women decided that a Sunday School was needed in Lakemore. They founded the Union Sunday School Class, and soon established the Pioneer Class and a Men’s Fellowship Class.
A preaching service began with various ministers of nearby congregations filling the pulpit. Sunday School and Church services were held in several locations until a basement, one story block building was built on Church Street in 1922.
By a congregational vote, the membership of approximately fifty people decided to affiliate with the Methodist Episcopal Church. The church continued to grow in spirit , membership, and financial resources.
As a step of vision and to enable further growth, the present church structure was built and consecrated on Nov. 23, 1958.
The passion for Christ that was present in the beginning is still alive today. New and existing ministries await your input and involvement as we continue the tradition of loving and serving Jesus Christ.