united methodist Church
"Connecting people to God through Jesus Christ"
Sunday 10:00 a.m
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Sunday 10:00 a.m
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Welcome to Tawas United Methodist Church! We are a spirit filled church dedicated to connecting people to God through Jesus Christ. We offer worship on Sunday at 10 AM. We hope to resume our Saturday evening service soon. It has been temporarily suspended because of the COVID pandemic. We are conveniently located on the corner of M-55 and N. 5th Ave. in Tawas City just 1/2 mile west of U.S. 23. To find out what else is happening at our church see our
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Our church offers two different worship services every Saturday evening and Sunday morning. If you enjoy a casual worship experience with Christian pop music please join us Saturday evening from 6-7 p.m. (Praise Music Song List). If you prefer a more traditional worship experience with lots of hymns then come to our Sunday morning service from 10-11 a.m. For those who cannot attend a worship service in person, feel free to join us during our Facebook live broadcasts (Sat & Sun) or during our radio live broadcast on WIOS AM 1480 via the TuneIn app on your mobile device.
Note from pastor kris
Mid Week Update May 12, 2021
Welcome to the Mid-Week Update. It was a very touching gesture that Queen Elizabeth left a handwritten note on Prince Philip’s coffin, recently. The Prince, age 99, died in early April. He and the Queen had exchanged letters throughout their long life together. That note she wrote caught my attention because of our current preaching series on letters written to the seven churches in Revelation. The Queen signed the note with her childhood nickname, “Lilibet.” Sometimes the most intimate words we’d like to share should be written, in order for our minds to express what our emotions cannot, because our hearts are bursting. Moreover we want to remember those intimate words because they bear evidence of a shared life. I picture Jesus’ letters to the churches that way, very intimate and worthy to be remembered.
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