Memorials pop up along the highways that mark tragic events. The memorials are erected to remember lives lost. This Easter Sunday, we will look at Easter through the eyes of Jesus’ mother Mary. Erecting memorials were important to Mary’s people. They had a history of marking places in order to remember. Did Mary ever consider making a memorial to remember her son? There is but one memorial needed as we celebrate the living Christ. I invite you to come as we explore what that memorial is.
We want to include all of our congregation in our new Lifetouch directory! In order to minimize calls to you to set up your appointment, please use the on-line registration here to select your day and time to have your professional portrait taken.
John’s story of the first Easter is vivid, rich, and full of fascinating details. In John, the little things, the details, are often pregnant with meaning. There is an interesting detail in John’s Easter account—everyone was busy running.
Each month, the SUMC Witness Committee is challenging our congregation to live their faith more fully every day. We begin by challenging you to share things you love about SUMC with others, particularly through social media.
Looking for an outstanding wedding venue? SUMC is a beautiful, historic landmark nestled in the picturesque village of Sewickley. Our stained glass windows, pipe organ, and classically appointed, air conditioned sanctuary will provide the perfect atmosphere. Learn more.