Come be a part of the family of God at Grace United Methodist Church
where Everybody is Somebody and Jesus Christ is Lord!!!


May 23rd @ 6:00PM: Pot Luck Dinner & Bible Study, followed by choir practice
June 10th: Administrative Council Meeting


John Wesley's Words

The best thing of all is God is with us.


Sanctuary Flowers

A sign-up sheet to provide flowers for the Sanctuary is outside the Fellowship Hall. Please sign up for a day ... or two!



There is a list posted in the Fellowship Hall of food pantry needs. Please donate to this wonderful community ministry.

Wish List
Pasta - Spaghetti Noodles, Mashed potatoes - dehydrated, Spaghetti Sauce/ Pasta sauce, Peanut butter, Jelly, Crackers (Individual tubes in boxes)
Cans of soup or ramen noodles, Breakfast cereal- any kind, Canned chili
Canned meats: Chicken breast, Stew, Hash, Spaghetti and meat balls or raviolis
Personal items: soap, deodorant, Tooth paste & brushes


Fellowship Activity Ideas

Do you have an idea for a fellowship activity for Grace UMC? If so, let an administrative board member know, or come to the next Administrative Council meeting.


Adult Sunday School

Amy Ryan is leading a study of C.S. Lewis' "The Screwtape Letters," a Christian apologetic novel written in a satirical, epistolary style.
While fictional, the plot and characters are used to address Christian theological issues.


Methodist Church Heritage Sunday, May 20th

Observed on the Third Sunday of May (to correspond with Aldersgate Day, May 24), this day calls The United Methodist Church to honor its heritage by committing itself to the continuing call of God known and spread by Charles and John Wesley, along with others the early Methodist movement reached and with whose denominations we are all joined as The United Methodist Church.

The United Methodist Church was officially formed on April 23, 1968 with the unification of the Methodist Church and the Evangelical United Brethren Church, along with the dissolution of the Central Jurisdiction, a segregated group of African American congregations.

Fifty years ago, 1,300 delegates and 10,000 visitors met in Dallas, Texas on April 23, 1968 to celebrate the formation of the newly-constituted United Methodist Church. This merger of 10.3 million Methodists and 750,000 members of the EUB Church resulted in one of the largest Protestant denominations in the world. Flags from fifty-three countries testified to the breadth of the new reality.

Sunday, May 20th is Methodist Church Heritage Sunday. A 'pdf' with historical information can be downloaded by RIGHT clicking on the small Heritage logo: W3Schools , then LEFT clicking on 'Save Target As' or 'Save Link As'. The downloaded file is named "heritage.pdf". Make note of where you downloaded it!


Father's Day, June 17th

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Fellowship: Dinner on the Grounds, June 30th

1:00pm till -
Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Whatever You Want To Bring

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Game Night, July 13th and 27th, 6-8pm

Board Games, Snacks, Finger Foods, Pizza
Fun for the entire family


Blessing of the Backpacks, July 29th


Blessing of the Pets, October 6th


The Wesleyan Quadrilateral

Building on the Anglican theological tradition, John Wesley added a fourth emphasis, experience. The resulting four components or "sides" of the quadrilateral are (1) Scripture, (2) tradition, (3) reason, and (4) experience. For United Methodists, Scripture is considered the primary source and standard for Christian doctrine. Tradition is experience and the witness of development and growth of the faith through the past centuries. Experience is the individual's understanding and appropriating of the faith in the light of his or her own life. Through reason the individual Christian brings to bear on the Christian faith discerning and cogent thought. These four elements taken together bring the individual Christian to a mature and fulfilling understanding of the Christian faith and the required response of worship and service.

Grace United Methodist Church
7450 Three Notch Road
Mobile, AL 36619

(251) 661-4951

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