Carrollton United Methodist Church

212 N. Folger Street, Carrollton, MO 64633 (660) 542-0277

During this Pentecost season our church is in a time of discernment as we open ourselves up to the movement of the Holy Spirit and look to the future.  Where is God taking us?  What new doors will God open for us?  What can each of us do to “Catch the Spirit” and be a part of the work the Lord is giving us to do?

You are invited to join us for the first step on this new journey as we gather for a special time of reflection.

This Wednesday, June 9, at 6:30 p.m.

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Church Cookbook

Now Taking Orders

We are now in the process of putting together our Carrollton United Methodis Church Cookbook.  We have collected tons of delicious recipes from our church members!  We have some amazing cooks around here.  So, you know these are recipes you're going to want to try!

You can now pre-order your copy of the church cookbook.Order now; pay later!  Click on the utensil jar for more information about the Carrollton United Methodist Church Cookbook.

New Baptized Member

Kaycee Capps
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On April 18 Kaycee Capps entered into that sacred covenant relationship offered by God and received through the sacrament of Holy Baptism during the Sunday morning worship service.

Later in the same service Kaycee took the United Methodist vows of church membership becoming our congregation’s newest member of the church.

Pictured here with Kaycee are her two children.

Congratulations Kaycee.  Welcome to the family!

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Safe Worship

•• Prior to coming back to worship in the church please prepare yourself by reading the protocols that we will be following. [Click\Tap here].

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Read the Bible in a Year

Join Others Reading at Home

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.
--- Psalm 119

You are invited to be a part of a group who will read through the Bible in one year.  The reading program, led by Susie Bliss, consists of 6 readings per week (one each day).  The seventh day is intended to be a day of contemplation, have a group meeting, or catch up if you fell behind.  Susie and others began on July 5, but you can still join in and be a part of the group.   [More Information]

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