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Welcome, and thank you for visiting Union Memorial UMC online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.

Our mission at Union is to cultivate an attitude and atmosphere for equipping  disciples for God through sharing the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ. 

Our Mission


Sunday School

10:00 AM.

Sunday Morning Service 

11:00 AM.

Wednesday Bible Study

Adults 6:30PM

Children/Youth 7:00 PM.

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We are asking that you pray for the Union Church over the next year.   We are asking GOD to move us forward, drawing us closer to him. 



This Week's Sermon


Coming Soon........


Have Mercy on Me!

Mark 10:46-52

Pastor Key taught on blind Bartimaeus, the son of Timaeus.  He talked about how blind Bartimaeus did not let those surrounding him stop him from getting what he needed from Jesus.  Although he could not physically see, his spiritual eyes allowed him to see what Jesus could do for him. 

Pastor Key explained to us that those around us may be believers but they will try to convince us that there is no need to continually call on the master.  Pastor explained that it's not the lack of faith that causes us to continue to pray to God but it because you have faith!  We were reminded that even Jesus prayed to the father more than once.  


A child continues to ask their parent for something not because they think there is a possible that they may recieve what they ask for.  They continue to ask because they BELIEVE that their partent can give them what they ask for!  


What is it that you need from the Lord (our Heavenly Father) ?  Do you believe that he can do?


Have FAITH in the FATHER and watch him work it out for you!
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