Pastor Greg begins a sermon series on the parables Jesus told. We look at the sower and the seeds that take root in different soils.
We congratulate, celebrate and say goodbye to the wonderful Pastor Lori this morning. After decades in service to the United Methodist Church and years with Foothills, she heads into retirement. She delivers her final sermon in today's online worship.
We live in a country merely 150 years separated from its shameful history of racism. The cracks in that foundation have not been repaired and we have to do the hard work of becoming whole. Pastor Greg preaches on the current climate and the role of the church.
Celebrate fathers, this year's graduates and welcome back our once Pastor and now District Superintendent, Rev. John Farley to the pulpit to give the message.
We have a flat Jesus Parade, a Good Shepherd Ministry Center video, Pastor Lori's 2nd-to-last sermon and some great music from Witness, all in today's worship.
Each year, our youth take over worship from the music down to the scripture. We also hear from our graduating seniors on their faith journey. This year, we take that experience online!
Watch and chat together on this Pentecost Sunday, when the Holy Spirit's presence is made known among the world. We've layered the voices in our choir, celebrate our confirmands and Pastor Greg discusses what we are as a church during this pandemic.
Foothills UMC takes a week off from producing online worship and lets the California Pacific Conference leadership take the reins. Bishop Grant Hagiya provides the message with help from South District Superintendent Rev. John Farley and many others helping guide us through this pandemic.
Gather to sing with our praise band, Witness and to see how you may have been written into the Bible. Pastor Greg takes a look at Peter and the Beloved Disciple in today's message.
Jesus is gone, but the resurrected savior returns to his disciples to teach them of the prophecy and promise of His death. This time he meets two disciples on a 7 mile road from Jerusalem to Emmaus.