Are you looking for a place to belong? You’ll receive a warm welcome at Richmond United Methodist Church.
We are a church dedicated to Jesus Christ. We are committed to outreach and to minister in His name.
There is an array of family oriented ministries providing opportunities for children, youth, and adults to grow in faith, to enjoy Christian friendship, and to serve Christ.
There is a place for you at Richmond United Methodist Church.
A Note From Pastor Georgette
Hinges…can you imagine a world without them? As we journey through life, we become so accustomed to certain things, we no longer notice them, as long as they’re working, that is. A rusty hinge, a squeaky hinge, a broken hinge can’t be ignored. In Adam Hamilton’s, 24 Hours That Changed The World, Hamilton describes Jesus of Nazareth, Jesus Christ, Jesus the Promised Messiah as “the hinge of history”. The historical reality is Jesus of Nazareth lived, he died a horrible death. The historical reality is…something happened following his death, something so big that it changed human history. Even time is measured by the life and death of Jesus Christ. What was that “something” that changed the course of human history? As Christians, followers of Christ, the life and eternity altering answer is RESURRECTION! Without Christ’s Resurrection, the once for all atoning, sacrificial, life giving resurrection, God’s redeeming purpose for all humankind is left undone. Without the Resurrection, Jesus was no different than any other human who lived and died. But something happened! Something that changed human history from that day forward. All of human history is hinged by one homeless, itinerant preacher. God who put on human skin because of this life and eternity altering hinge. Because of Christ, sin no longer has control over us…unless our “hinge” is rusty, squeaky or broken. As we come into the home stretch of Lent, the season of preparing our hearts and minds to receive Christ anew, how’s your hinge? Regardless of the condition of your hinge, your soul today, Jesus lived, died, was RESURRECTED, so that we can be too! Jesus loves us, Beloved!