We welcome all creatures great and small for this event that honors the love and loyalty of our beloved pets. Please be sure your animals are on a leash or properly contained. In addition to the Blessing of the Animals worship service, there are also fun things for humans!
- Decorate a dog bone cookie
- Make a bird feeder
- Car Wash
- Cornhole tournament
- Parade of Pets
- Snacks & Drinks & Doggie Treats
Event is hosted by Epworth's 2015 Summer Mission Team. Donations are appreciated but not required. We will be taking donations of dog and cat food to give to local shelters.
Rev. C. Wayne Allen - Pastor
704.786.6183 ext. 101
Methodist Counseling and Consultation Services
Epworth UMC is proud to serve as the Concord office for MCCS.Reverend Patricia Hawkins Wells is an ordained elder in the NC Conference of the UMC with over 20 years’ experience in the parish setting. She is a pastoral psychotherapist who uses a collaborative approach in working with individual, couples, and families. She has experience helping people coping with depression, anxiety, bereavement, relationship and marital problems, divorce recovery, women’s concerns, and end-of-life issues, as well as abuse and sexual trauma. As a pastoral psychotherapist, her clients may choose to consider their problems in the context of their individual faith. She is a graduate of the University of NC at Chapel Hill, with a Bachelor of Arts in English, and a graduate of Watts School of Nursing. She is also a summa cum laude graduate of The Divinity School at Duke University with a Master of Divinity.
Confidential Voice Mail: 704-322-6058, Ext. 403
Cell Phone: 919-698-8098
- FAITH COMMUNITY & HEALTH MINISTRY
- BOY SCOUT TROOP 128
- WESTERN NC CONFERENCE
- METRO DISTRICT - WNCC
- COOPERATIVE CHRISTIAN MINISTRY
- CAROLINA CROSS CONNECTION
- SAMARITAN'S FEET
- OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD
The mission of Epworth UMC goes beyond the church doors to the needs of the community to do that work of discipleship, of teaching and mentoring, of helping people to understand that we all are beloved children of God. We are called to minister in the name of Jesus Christ to those in need, care for those who are suffering, and bear witness to our Christian experience to those who do not know Jesus Christ as Lord. We seek to live and love as disciples of Jesus Christ, the One who valued and loved all people. We are all called to make disciples and love all others as we love ourselves.
8:30am & 11am - Traditional
Traditional Sunday worship services in the sanctuary
9am - Contemporary
Jacob's Well contemporary worship service on Sundays in Fellowship Hal
10am - Sunday School
Sunday School and small groups for all ages
WORSHIP WITH US!
SUN. APRIL 19
"We Deceive Ourselves"
WHERE MOMS CONNECT
We will meet on Thursdays, April 16 and April 30 at 6pm in the parlor. Please contact Teresa Gray if you need childcare.
All Sunday School classes are challenged to participate in CCM’s annual Can-A-Thon. This food drive runs Sun. April 12 – Sun. May 3. The class who collects the most canned goods (& other non-perishable food items) will be declared Can-A-Thon Champion! Winning class will get pastries, juice & coffee!
FOOD PANTRY NEEDS
CALLING ALL GRADS!
If you're graduating from high school, college or have earned an advanced degree, we'd like to know! ALL graduates will be recognized during worship on Sun. May 31 (10:30am). Let us know where you're graduating from, where you're headed and any accolades you'd like to share with us! Contact Jen Hedrick
by May 25.
Dates and themes for 2015 Camp Epworth are now available. Register soon! Space is limited.