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SOCIAL JUSTICE | Awareness

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Stay up to date on what our Social Justice ministry is doing by joining the Manchester UMC Facebook page.

Proposed Revised UM Social Principles

The United Methodist Church’s Social Principles are a prayerful and thoughtful effort of the General Conference to speak to the issues in the contemporary world from a sound biblical and theological foundation. Click on the button below to see the Revised Social Principles that has been updated for the upcoming April 2024 General Conference.

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Sticker Ministry

A great way to spread awareness about something you care about is to put a sticker on your water bottle, computer, notebook or planner. Help spread awareness on social justice issues by picking up a sticker or two at a Social Justice event or reach out to Ali Fields, the Director of Social Justice.

We have stickers to show your support for body positivity, mental health matters, LGBTQ+, anti-racism and more.

No Hate Signs

We are called by God to love others and to take a stand against hate and the harm it causes so many people in our communities. We do this by educating ourselves, by amplifying the voices of those who have been harmed by hate, and by using our own voices to speak out against hate. Signs are $5. Learn more.

We love because God first loved us. Those who say, “I love God,” and hate their brothers or sisters, are liars; for those who do not love a brother or sister whom they have seen, cannot love God whom they have not seen. – 1 John 4:19-20

Rainbow Stoles

We wear rainbows to call attention to our welcoming stance and to show solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community. This Pride symbol is a visual sign of a commitment to justice in the areas of gender and sexuality.

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Member Name Tag Request

New Name Tag Request If you are a member and need a new name tag, please Order a Name Tag Here. Please complete this registration form and payment of $11. If you would like to fill out a form in person, please visit us at the information desk on Sundays

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Sermons

In God We Trust

Throughout the centuries, “trust in God” has been a frequent theme in our prayers, our hymns and our sacred songs. It is certainly a biblical theme as well. There are 182 references to “trust” in the Bible, and most of these refer to us placing our trust in God. In America, our money even proclaims “In God We Trust.” I invite you to join us for worship this weekend as we take a look at Psalm 105 and at the refrain, “In God We Trust.” Does that mean that we expect God will “fix” everything? What about free will? How should we really trust in God?

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