Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable-if anything is excellent or praiseworthy-think about such things.                Philippians 4:8   

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Community United Methodist Church

Sunday Worship Service  -  10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Pastor George Barcus
127 West Sherman Avenue, Williams, AZ 86046-2546  :  (928) 635-2511  :   email:
We are located at 2nd Street and Sherman  (map)

Worship With Us During This Time of Social Distancing

Join us for Sunday Worship Service at 10 AM.  You can join on your computer or by phone between 9:45 AM and 10 AM.  

To join by computer, open a web browser and enter this address:

To join by phone call
     1 937-969-7705 PIN: 585 075 490#

If you wish to use a land line instead of a cell phone, send an email to  with your phone number, and we will call you Sunday morning.

We invite you to talk with each other before and after service, and to share your prayers during the service.  When you are not wishing to talk, you will want to mute your computer or phone, as everything said will be heard by everyone (even cups being set down on the table, and the next door dog barking).  The mute "switch" is a toggle and will toggle your microphone on and off during the service.

To mute/unmute your computer, click on the meeting image, and then click on the microphone icon on the bottom of the picture (the left of the 3 icons).

To mute/unmute your phone, dial *6

See you on Sunday morning!


So, HOW does God really love us?

Do you want to know: Does God really love me?  How do I know?  How does he show me his love?  There are many verses in the Bible that explain to us how God loves us.  Below are some of the Bible verses that you can look up to get you started.  

1 John 4:19     
Ephesians 3:17-18
Psalms 105
Psalms 103:8
1 John 4:18
Romans 8:9
John 3:16-17
John 15:13
Romans 5:8

And remember Jesus final words: "Father, forgive them..."  Even upon his death, Jesus poured out his love for us.