Daphne United Methodist Church
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Reaching the Community for Christ
Worship is at the heart of all we do at Daphne United Methodist. Our primary reason for gathering is to worship God, but the work of the church does not stop there. We make and share lasting friendships. We learn the needs of others and find compassion to help meet those needs. Sermons by our pastors are Biblically centered, seeking to inspire, uplift, inform and challenge us to be good stewards of both the mysteries and the gifts of God. Special attention is given to making sermons relevant to the world in which we live.
Our Contemporary Service is held each Sunday at 8:30 am in our Community Life Center. This is a casual time of worship lead by our Praise Band and Team. Each week we strive to come before the Throne of our Lord with worship that comes from the heart and is a pleasing offering to Him.
Our Infuse Service is held in our Basement at 9:15 am each Sunday. What is InFuse? InFuse is an incredibly fresh concept “fusing” together Worship, Discipleship, and Fellowship all into one weekly gathering. It will be uniquely focused on bringing people to Jesus Christ and then nurturing them into faithful disciples. Then, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit they will be sent into the community to live out their new identity and to invite others to come to a life changing relationship with Jesus Christ. This service is geared to the youth and their parents.
Our Traditional Service is held in our Sanctuary at 11:00 am each Sunday. Corporate worship of our Lord includes singing familiar hymns, affirmation of our faith, special music from our Chancel Choir and a Bible based message from our Pastor.
Our music program is rich and varied, including offerings by praise bands, adult choirs, instrumental ensembles, and occasional music by children's choirs, youth band, and orchestral accompaniments.
Since 1858, Daphne Methodist has been a vibrant, loving and mission-oriented community in service to the people of the Eastern Shore and the world. All we are and all we do flows from our common worship and love of God. We are able to reach out and love others because God first loved us.