Seeing is Believing?

The United Methodist Church of Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to this broadcast of the service from June 10. The sermon is entitled “Seeing is Believing?” and the anthem in memory of Judy Neumann is “On Eagle’s Wings” by Michael Joncas.

Eli and his Sons

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The United Methodist Church of Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to this broadcast of the service from June 3. The sermon is entitled “Eli and his Sons,” and the anthem is “Potter’s Hand” by Lloyd Larson.

I Still Have Many Things to Say to You

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The United Methodist Church of Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to this broadcast of the service from May 20. The sermon is entitled “I Still Have Many Things to Say to You,” which is part of a series on Aging in America and the bell choir anthem is “Agnus Dei” by M.W. Smith / J. Raney.

An Unexpected Journey

The United Methodist Church of Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to this broadcast of the service from May 13. The sermon is entitled “An Unexpected Journey.”

Open Doors

The United Methodist Church of Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to this broadcast of the service from May 6. The sermon is entitled “Open Doors,” and the anthem is “Jesus Is the Story” by Mary McDonald.

Abide in Me, and I in You

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The United Methodist Church of Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to this broadcast of the service from April 29. The sermon is entitled “Abide in Me, and I in You,” and the anthem is “The Power of Your Love” by Geoff Bullock.

I Am the Good Shepherd

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The United Methodist Church of Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to this broadcast of the service from April 22. The sermon is entitled “I Am the Good Shepherd,” and the bell choir anthem is “Holy, Holy, Holy” by Arnold B Sherman.

Peace Be With You

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The United Methodist Church of Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to this broadcast of the service from April 8. The sermon is entitled “Peace Be With You,” and the anthem is “My Peace” by Keith Routledge.

I Have Seen the Lord!

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The United Methodist Church of Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to this broadcast of the service from Easter, April 1. The sermon is entitled “I Have Seen the Lord!” and the anthems are “On This Day of Rejoicing” and “This is the Time to Sing.”