There are many gifts, but the same Spirit
There are many works, but the same God
And the Spirit gives each as it chooses
Praise the Lord, Praise God.
Now one has the gift of wisdom,
another a calling to speak
One the ability to comfort,
another the calling to teach
A body has many members, yet all work in unity
The church is the body of Christ,
the arms, ears and eyes, hands and feet.
Not all are called to be prophets,
and not all are called to preach.
But all should aim for the best gifts
and love is the greatest of these.
(I Co 12, adapted by Patricia Shelly)
This season, even as our lead pastor, Marilyn Zehr, is on sabbatical, the life of our church continues and we would love to have you join us!
Michele Rae Rizoli, Associate Pastor
TUMC is back to its regular schedule, with Christian Education beginning at 10 a.m. and worship at 11 a.m. If you're a newcomer to the city this fall and looking for a church home, you are especially welcome to come and check us out. In the evening (Oct. 4), you can also join us for a quiet, meditative service of Taize-style prayer, song and scripture at 7 p.m. (Feel free to come a little earlier to learn the songs.)
Read about TUMC's newest project in Canadian Mennonite magazine.