8:30am - Traditional Service
9:45am - Sunday School, all ages
11:00am - Family Service
6:30pm - Crossfire Youth Worship (Family Life Building)
6:00pm - Praise and Worship (Family Life Building)
First Sunday of Each Month
Holy Communion - All services
Fifth Sunday (Next occurrence: January 29)
10:30am - One service, no Sunday School
Historically, membership in the United Methodist Church has always been open to anyone who "has a heart for God". We are, of course, a Christian church and accept the Apostle's Creed and the Nicene Creed as the historic definitions of the Christian faith. Discernment of God's will for each of us comes through study of the scripture, interpretation through the tradition preserved and transmitted by the Holy Spirit, our own experience of the Holy Spirit within each of our lives, and the guidance of reason, both within our own mind and in the guidance of the great cloud of Christian witnesses that surround us in the community of faith.
The specific obligations of membership in any United Methodist Church are support of the church, its mission, it members, and its ministry through our prayers, our presence, our gifts, our service, and our witness.
If you have any questions on membership at La Vernia UMC, please contact the pastor.
Pastor Steve Curry
As our name informs you, we are part of the United Methodist Church, a world-wide denomination founded in 1784, growing out of the Church of England after the American Revolution. To learn more about the mission and ministry of the United Methodist Church as a whole, visit our denominational web site at www.UMC.org
The United Methodist Church is subdivided into conferences. These are the main administrative units that enable the churches to effectively carry out our ministry to all the world. We are located in the Rio Texas Annual Conference serving from Brownsville to San Angelo, and Columbus to Sheffield. For information on the Rio Texas Conference, visit www.RioTexas.org
To serve local needs in greater numbers than one church can manage, we are part of the Los Misiones District, one of eight districts in the Rio Texas Conference. For more information on our district and the other United Methodist Churches in our area, visit www.UnitedMethodistSADistrict.com