Welcome to Arnold Mills United Methodist Church
Tuesday, October 06, 2015
Follow Jesus, Make Disciples, Transform the World
We welcome newcomers and visitors.  Join us for Worship Services at  8:30 or 10:30 am!



Arnold Mills

United Methodist Church

 690 Nate Whipple  Highway
Cumberland RI 02864
Office Hours Monday through Thursday
8:00 am to 2:00 pm 
Rev. Lynn McCracken



    News You Can Use
Faith Development Opportunity
Bible Study is held every Wednesday morning from 9:30 to 11:00 am.  No familiarity with the Bible required; come and learn!
Get Involved
Sing with us in the Choir! Rehearsals Thursday evenings at 7 pm.

-Join us in service to others. Check out opportunities here
Prepare and serve meals at The River "Centre of Hope" soup kitchen in Woonsocket!   Be a part of this outreach effort this month!
Middle School Youth Group Launching Soon!
Friday, October 23rd
6:00 to 7:30 pm
Pizza and other refreshments served
The AMUMC Middle School Youth Group will be a place where young Christians can continue to grow their relationship with Jesus by sharing time with other kids honoring Christ, offering up their talents to the community, and learning more about responsibility, respect, kindness and faith. Leaders Kenny and Susan Cardoso (pictured below) are looking forward to meeting you then!  Call the church office to register or for more information.
 Special six-week sermon series!
September 13-October 18

Based on a book by Melissa Spoelstra called Joseph, The Journey of Forgiveness, we will explore what God has to say about forgiveness in our lives through Joseph's story of trial and triumph.  Has bitterness or unresolved anger impacted your life?  Are you  unable to move on or find yourself dwelling on past grievances? These are issues we have all struggled with.  Join us as we gather for deeper insight into these life impacting topics:
How do I stop dwelling on the hurt?
Is forgiving someone excusing what happened?
When will I stop having to re-forgive?
Is there a difference between forgiveness and reconciliation?
How can I forgive and still set boundaries?
Is it ever okay not to forgive?