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    worship schedule

    wORSHIP sERIES: radicle stories

    Within botany the word radicle denotes the part of a plant embryo that forms the primary root. Our lives are filled with radicle stories—where we were born grew up and went to school; how we met our friends and first crushes; The people who challenged us to be better and those who hurt us. Your story is unique and lets the listener know how you were shaped by life. The radicle stories found in the book of Genesis were shared to make sense of how we came to be, and how God has been at work since the beginning. During the month of September we’ll rediscover the stories of Cain & Abel, The Great Flood, Babel, and Jacob’s Wrestling Match and remember how our relationship with God has always been rooted in radical love.

    Sunday, September 3rd - 14th Sunday After Pentecost


    10:00am - Family Worship Service

    11:00am - Fellowship Hour

    Sunday, September 10th - 15th Sunday after Pentecost/Rally Day!


    10:00am - Family Worship Service

    11:00am - Fellowship Hour/Picnic on grounds

    Sunday, September 17th - 16th Sunday after Pentecost

    All Mixed Up

    10:00am - Family Worship Service

    11:00am - Fellowship Hour

    Sunday, September 24th - 17th Sunday after Pentecost/Safe Sanctuaries Sunday

    Wrestling with God

    10:00am - Family Worship Service

    11:00am - Fellowship Hour

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welcome statement

The United Methodist Church in Madison is a welcoming community that reflects God's love as revealed in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.  Led by the Holy Spirit, we welcome and affirm our human family's diversity of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age, expression of faith, economic status, marital status, and ability.  We support marriage equality and full pastoral privileges for all persons regardless of gender identity and sexual orientation.  We affirm that all are worthy of God's love and grace.  We celebrate our differences and embrace them as a source of strength.  We invite all to join us on the journey toward greater love, understanding, and mutual respect.