Our church offers several opportunities for Bible Study and reflection on God's Word to us. Generally, we have two major Bible Studies every year - one offered in the Fall and Spring.
Each study focuses on books written by some of the best-selling Bible study authors today. Through such Bible studies, it is our hope to cultivate Bible literacy in our members, to explore the boundless love, mercy, and grace of God through active study of the Scriptures and its application to daily life.
For Fall 2018, we have two opportunities to join a weekly Bible study.
Currently, we are studying the book Jeremiah: Taking a Stand for the Truth. This book looks at the prophetic ministry of Jeremiah and how we in 2018 are also called into prophetic ministry.
The Bible study meets in the Welcome Room at the church. Come join us Monday or Sunday. We look forward to seeing you there!
For Advent 2018, we will begin a 9-week study of Francis Chan's book Letters to the Church.
In this book study, we will examine how we have swerved off course from the Church Jesus imagined and wished for.
Starting November 4, we will meet every Sunday, 8:15 - 9:00 AM in the Pastor Lou's office.
*We are working to create an online Zoom for individuals to join us live from home as well on a computer.
We are meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and 11:00 a.m. on Wednesdays in the Fellowship Hall.
Join us on the Second Sunday of every month for good food and good fellowship.
Military Appreciation Breakfast
Third Saturday of the month, 8 a.m.:
Veterans and Active Military and their Significant Others, join us for a hearty breakfast as we share our appreciation for your service.
United Methodist Women Monthly Meeting:
Third Thursday of every month: March 17, April 21, May 19.
United Methodist Men's Monthly Breakfast:
*Postponed Until Further Notice
Tuesday: 8-12 am
Wednesday: 8-11 am
Thursday: 8-11 am
La Junta United Methodist Church
601 San Juan Ave
La Junta, CO 81050
Phone: (719) 384-7717
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