Everyone has doubts. Where is God when bad things happen? Does God hear our prayers? Is there a heaven? How can we know? Often, we treat such questions as the enemy of faith. But uncertainty doesn’t mean our belief is lacking. Doubt can be a path to a deeper, richer encounter with God. Beginning January 7, Community United Methodist Church is creating safe spaces to wrestle with these honest questions of doubt through a sermon series and multiple small group opportunities.

Topics will include:
1. Is There a God?
2. The Good Book? Wrestling with the Bible
3. Are All Non-Christians Going to Hell?
4. Is Heaven Real?
5. When Prayers Go Unanswered
6. Why Do the Innocent Suffer?

Below are worship times and ways for you to learn more about the connection opportunities during this series!
Sunday Worship
8:00 am Liturgical Service
9:30 am Contemporary Service
11:00 am Traditional Service

If you want to plan a visit, fill out the Plan a Visit form to let us know when you are coming. A typical Sunday service lasts under an hour. Come as you are; wear what makes you comfortable. We look forward to seeing you!

Small Group Opportunities
Several groups will gather to wrestle with a question each week during the sermon series. Here are the days and times for the groups starting the week of January 7:
Sundays @ 9:30 am (In-Person)
Sundays @ 11:00 am (In-Person)
Mondays @ 6:30 pm (Zoom Only)
Wednesdays @ 6:30 pm (Hybrid)
Fridays @ 10:00 am (Hybrid)

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