Acts 2 UMC Goes Online Only Through May 16, 2020

Dear Church family, What a week! The Center for Disease Control (CDC) late Sunday urged “no groups of more than 50 people meet for the next 8 weeks.” Today, our bishop wrote, “All United Methodist pastors and congregations… are expected to...

“How to Help” Response Form – Opportunities to Serve

In this morning's sermon "How to Help," Dr. Mark Foster invited hearers to respond by volunteering to serve in one of the church's ministries. You can find a place to serve at Acts 2 by completing the form below. A staff person will contact you to provide more...

An Update on COVID-19 and Acts 2 United Methodist Church

When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” – Fred Rogers As you know, we are in a global situation none of us have been in before, and information is...

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Filling Our Souls with Scripture

Filling Our Souls with Scripture

Can you think of a time in your life when you were the busiest? Maybe it was your first year of marriage. Maybe it was after your first child was born. Maybe it was in college. Maybe it’s right now! As human beings, it seems as if we tend to stay pretty busy. Being...

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How is Your Spring Break Going?

How is Your Spring Break Going?

How is your Spring Break going? Are you enjoying the spring temperatures, sunshine, time with family, and easier pace? Are you taking long leisurely walks and soaking in the beauty of daffodils, hyacinth, and the first shoots of tulips? Are you content? Or are you...

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Searching for Solitude

Searching for Solitude

Last fall, I stepped out of my comfort zone and did something new that turned out to be the best thing I’ve done for myself. I attended a Five-Day Academy for Spiritual Formation called “Heaven on Earth: Finding the Center in Uncentered Times.” I knew going into this...

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One Mile at a Time

One Mile at a Time

Running long distances was never something I intended to do. In high school, I was expressly against it. I ran track, but as a sprinter, 400 meters was my limit. I had no intention of joining the insane people who ran miles and miles at a time. Something changed in my...

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