Entries by Skylar Sorensen

Youth Service

Worship is not for the leaders, the youth or the people, but to honor and adore God. This Sunday, the Murrieta United Methodist Church Youth will be leading the church service. Come and see how God has been working in these youth’s lives, as they share their spiritual testimonies. Experience music from both the youth […]

Save The Kings

On Sunday, January 6th Murrieta United Methodist Church is observing Epiphany, the day the Christian church celebrates the visit of the Wise Men to the Christ Child. We would like you to join us in this celebration by bringing wise men with you to church. No, we don’t mean your wise old grandpa who taught you […]

Holidays for the Pantry

Thanksgiving at the Pantry is a special time. The families really look forward to the Thanksgiving bags and the congregation is always amazingly generous in filling them. Shopping lists are available at church and the church office. We ask that you put items in a sturdy re-usable bag and attach the list to the outside […]


Adventus 2018

We have once again come to one of my favorite seasons on the Christian calendar. Advent (which comes from the Latin word “adventus”which means “coming”) is the season between Christ the King Sunday (Sunday, November 25th) and Christmastide. It includes the four Sundays in between and is a season that helps to prepare for the […]


Missions Year in Review 2018

Throughout the Bible, we are called to serve others with a spirit-filled heart, both locally and globally. All of us on the Missions Team want start with a big Thank You to everyone who made our 2018 projects possible. This past year, our outreach consisted of helping our two- legged and four-legged friends within our […]


We must build a caring community. Our United Methodist Book of Discipline, the manual which defines our denomination’s structure and functioning, declares that, as members of the Church—the body of Christ—we are “bound in sacred covenant to shoulder the burdens, share the risks, and celebrate the joys of fellow members.” ¶ 219 If you stop […]