Litchfield United Methodist Church
Monday, September 25, 2017
Open Doors, Open Hearts, Open Minds
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It is never easy
to visit a new church.
 
 
We invite you to come as you are....
 
 
Imperfect people welcomed....
 
 
Doubts are welcomed...
 
 
We invite you to share a
relationship with God,
and with each other,
so please come visit
Litchfield UMC
where nobody is perfect,
beginners are welcome,
socks are optional,
but Grace is required,
Forgiveness is offered,
and Hope is alive
 
 
Litchfield
United Methodist Church
 
 
Pumpkin Painting 2012
Pumpkin Painting 2012
 
 
Nursery Worker
Nursery Staff--Jess and Colton
 
 
Corn Festival Parade
Corn Festival Parade 2012
 
 
 
 

What to expect

   
     
 
 Join us for refreshments following worshipJoin us for refreshments following worship.  
 
 
 What should I wear?
 We are more concerned with what is inside a person than what's on the outside.  The dress code at Litchfield UMC is : wear clothes
 
 Where do I park?
 We have parking in the back of our church.  There are handicap spaces available on the east side of the building.  If you need assistance entering the church, please pull up to the covered awning.  
 
 
 Do my kids sit with me?
 At Litchfield UMC we believe children are a vital part of our church family.  We want to make sure they are enjoying the learning as much as you are.  The pastor  will  share a special message with the children at the beginning of each service, then they are invited to more age appropriate learning for them.  
 
 
 Barrier Free/Handicap Accessible
 We are a single level facility with no stairs.  Our church is wheelchair accessible.  We offer Assistive Listening Devices that help ensure that everyone who joins us will be able to hear.  
 
 
 Will I be asked to give money?
 If it's your first time joining us, we actually want you to keep your wallet in your pocket.  Just come and experience Litchfield UMC.  If you like it and want to  call it your home, then we believe financial commitment to the place that grows you spiritually is critical.   Giving is a deeply spiritual issue that we grow into as  we journey with Christ and each other.  
 
 
 Holy Communion
 At Litchfield UMC, everyone is invited to share Holy Communion.  This sharing of bread and juice reminds us of God's gift through Jesus.  Holy Communion is the first Sunday of each month.
 
 
What is the Sunday Service like?
At Litchfield UMC, we start the service with music.  It's ok if you don't know the words to the songs.  The words to the songs are projected for everyone to see.  We share joys and prayer concerns.  We do take an offering.  We read scripture with a lesson to follow.  Our service usually last about an hour.  There are snacks and coffee offered after each service in the Fellowship Hall.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 worship at LUMC               Worship at LUMC
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Open hearts.  Open minds.  Open doors.