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SOlon United

Methodist Church

Living the Love of Jesus Every Day

 
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The Alpha Program is coming to Solon

The Alpha program introduces the basics of the Christian faith through a series of video’s, talks and discussions on the big questions in life.

Who is God?

Why should I believe in God?

What is the meaning of life?

Why do people suffer?

Each session begins with dinner, followed by a short video, discussion. Sessions run from 6:30pm-8:30pm on Wednesday, February 6th – April 10th

All sessions will be held at Church of the Resurrection, 32001 Cannon Rd. Solon

To Register:
Use the following link to register for Alpha. https://goo.gl/forms/a1PwcYZRFz4atflx2


Worship times

Sundays at 9 AM (traditional) and 11 AM (contemporary)
Sunday School - Preschool thru Adult 10:10 AM - 10:50 AM through the school year

We exist to share the love of Jesus Christ every day and we want to help you find Jesus in your life every day. You are a gift to the world, no matter who you are, what’s happened to you, and any choices you might have made.  This is a place of rest and hope for you. Welcome.

We try to follow Jesus as we live together here at SUMC. We believe Jesus was right and through worship, study, and service, we meet Jesus where we are and try to move closer to Him.

In our worship opportunities, studies, groups, youth, children, and mission outreach, we are here helping each other and looking for help from others to live the love of Jesus every day.

There’s more that Jesus is leading us to do than we have actually managed to get on with. So, if you stop by and visit, you might discover us still putting some things together, but we would love to see you. We would welcome what we can do together living the love of Jesus every day.

Blessings,
Pastor Cynthia Theobald

ENVIRONMENTAL MISSION
“Do Something Drastic; Cut the Plastic”

Solon United Methodist Church is committed to the care of the earth through active recycling and especially in the reduction of the use of plastic. If you’d like further information on learning how to care for this wonderful gift of creation, click on the 2 links below and visit us on Sunday to discover more about our environmental mission.

“God saw all that was made and it was very good.”  Genesis 1:31