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Should "church"
...be fun and enjoyableIntellectually stimulating? Relevant?
  ...include a variety of musical and artistic expressions?
    ...enable children and adults to question and explore their faith?
      ...provide real-life opportunities to help those in need?

Should "church"
...reflect the world's diversity?
   ...be a welcoming, affirming place?
      ...send you home with enthusiasm for living?

If so...
   join us this Sunday at 11:00am as we gather to worship a God of love
   and receive direction that lets us face the challenges of the week ahead.

   We look forward to meeting you here...where all are welcome all the time.

Free parking is available in our north lot, the Judson Manor lot across the street, on E. 107 Street and Park Lane, on MLK Drive, and in the Cleveland Library lot south of Chester off 107th. [See Directions and Parking under I'm New Here on this website.]

Entrances include the west parking-lot-level door facing E. 107 Street, the front steps to our main entrance, the east entrance from MLK, and the assisted-opening door near the east end of our parking lot (follow handicap signs).


Easter Sunday a "Hit" After "Hit"

From the contemporary music of We Shall Behold Him to the pop music Roll Away Your Stone by Mumford and Sons to a brass quintet playing Christ Is Risen to the Gospel and Chancel Choirs singing Oh Happy Day to the culminating Hallelujah Chorus, you were sure to find SOMETHING musical this past Easter Sunday that motivated you to thank God for life and the privilege of living it.

Nearly 500 people from five northeast Ohio counties and beyond gathered at University Circle United Methodist Church this past Sunday  to celebrate the joy of Easter. And not only the music but  wonderful liturgical dancing and inspiring words helped them do it. Ask anyone: if you haven't heard Dr. Ken Chalker, Sr. Pastor, delivery a sermon, you've missed a chance to grow.

Easter morning proved to be one more reminder of the diversity, the variety, the blend of people and message we experience each time we get together. And if you were there last Sunday, you understand what that experience means to you and your faith. If you weren't there, you missed a great opportunity to add some really cool bricks to your faith foundation.

Join us next Sunday and every Sunday as we find ways to make each service an "Easter" experience. All are welcome, and that especially includes you.