We are a church with a BIG heart!
Our hope is to be a congregation that will Gather, Respond, Accept, Care and Engage. We are a diverse people of faith, with many backgrounds and traditions, finding commonality in our love and service of God. We embrace Jesus’ message of love and acceptance, and so our welcome knows no boundaries. We recognize that there are differences among us, but believe that we can love alike, even though we may not think alike.
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Praise & Worship
Sunday Worship 10:30 am
Church Hours & Contact
Monday – Thursday
8:15 – 12:15 pm
2950 Spruce Drive • Cheyenne, WY 82001
“Witness Your Why”
Developing relationships is the best way to share Christ with others. First we have to figure out WHY we follow Jesus of Nazareth. Then we can share with our own words, our own experiences, not trying to be something we aren’t. And we must keep in mind that WE don’t convert people or make Christians; that is God’s work. All we do is have faith – faith that our church can join in the work God is already doing in our community.
We will use Jeremy Scott’s book, Witness Your Why: Evangelism for Every Church.
Sept 30 — “Can I Get a Witness?”
Oct 7 — “Know Your Why”
Oct 14 — “The Gift of Translation”
Oct 21 — Laity Sunday
Oct 28 — “That One Church”
Nov 4 — “Make It a Job”
Nov 11 — “Show UP”
Nov 18 — “Get Them Taking”
Our new worship series, “From Glory to Glory: Following the Spirit from Epiphany to
Transfiguration” for January 6 – March 3 will focus on the Fruits of the Spirit.
January 6 – Generosity: Sharers in the Promise
January 13 – Gentleness: Receiving the Holy Spirit
January 20 – Peace: Gifts of the Spirit
January 27 – Kindness: One Body, Many Members
February 3 – Love: The Greatest Gift
February 10 – Faithfulness: The Grace of God is Not in Vain
February 17 – Joy: Standards
February 24 – Self-Control: The Seed You Sow
March 3 – Patience: Seeing the Glory
Grace United Methodist Church
Don't Be Shy
We’d love to hear from you! If you have a question or concern please don’t hesitate to reach out.