Worship your way…you are unique!
Definition/Unique: being the only one of its kind, unlike anything else.
At Boone United Methodist, we relish and give thanks that we all have our own walk. We realize that everyone is unique and we strive to foster that by providing a variety of different types of worship and locations to worship.
1 Peter 3:3-4 Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear— but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God’s sight is very precious.
Summer Sermon Series: The Gospel of John
Matthew, Mark, and Luke share much in common in the way they tell the Jesus story. And then there is John. The Gospel of John is quite different in the way it calls our attention to the person and work of Christ. From the wedding at Cana, to Nicodemus, to the “I am” sayings of Jesus, to the image of the vine and the branches, and Jesus’ instruction to Peter to “feed my sheep”, John inspires our imagination with some of the most memorable passages in the New Testament. Beginning May 27th we’ll embark on a 12-week journey through the gospel of John. Bring your Bibles and a desire to deepen your faith through this year’s summer reading.
Join us at 8:45 am for our praise & worship service. This features an excellent praise band plus the best of both contemporary and ancient forms of worship. Our 11:00 am traditional service features the best organ and choral music in the area. Children are welcome in worship and a children’s message is offered in the sanctuary, as well as Children’s Worship for ages 3 through 1st grade. Nursery and childcare is also available for children up to 2 years of age.
Crossroads is a free-flowing, multi-sensory gathering—at 10:55 am in our Family Life Center in the back of our Main Campus, where Vern Collins preaches a powerful message each week. Come and enjoy a light breakfast, great music and outstanding fellowship.
Led by Luke Edwards, KSC supports a variety of small worship gatherings, each unique to the individuals that attend them and the different stages of their walk. The gatherings occur in relaxed non-judgmental environments.