Words from the Pastor of St. John’s Blymire’s UCC
We know that COVID 19 is still around and there are new cases every day. We acknowledge that we still need to be very careful when we are in contact with other people. If you would like to come to worship but do not want to be in close proximity to other people, we do have closed circuit television in three of our Sunday School rooms where you may sit with family and participate in worship.
On behalf of all who make St. John’s Blymire’s United Church of Christ their spiritual home, I want to welcome you to our church where “We know and love Christ, serve and share Christ!” And where God is STILL speaking,
Jesus didn’t turn people away. Neither do we. No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are WELCOME!
How wonderful it is to know that Jesus is alive through his church and us. I hope that as you review this website you will discover in more detail who we are. We are a community church and a very friendly fellowship! We are a casual fellowship. There are lots of activities for believers of all ages. So, we invite you to WORSHIP GOD with us on Sunday but SERVE GOD with us every day!
If you have any questions about our worship service or church programs, please feel free to contact me or any member of our church staff. We are always ready to assist you.
Thanks again for visiting our website! We hope if you are looking for a church home that you would visit with us. Our worship is a blend of tradition with the modern. We make use of a projector and screen for our songs and spoken responses. Many of our members participate in various parts of the worship service. We have an awesome music program! But, we always have room for new participants. We look forward to meeting you! God Bless you!
Designated Pastor, teacher, and friend,
Lou Ann Jones
P.S. As many of you know, I am retiring the end of May 2022. I began serving as Interim Pastor on August 3, 2014 and have loved every minute of my faith journey with the amazing Fatih Family at Blymire’s church. But, COVID wore me down and, at 68 years of age, I just can’t do as much as I used to do or would like to do. So, I say THANK YOU BLYMIRE’S UCC for these amazing 7 – 1/2 years!!!!! The heritage of this church promises an AWESOME future of serving our Lord!!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL!