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Summer Worship Theme: Cries of the Heart—an opportunity to recognize the cries of our own hearts, and listen to those of others…..core text: Psalm  130:1  Out of the depths I cry to you, O God, hear my voice!  Theme Song: Lord, listen to your children praying

June 28-the cry for healing

Mark 5:21-443

August 2-the cry of spiritual hunger

John 6:24-35

July 5-the cry of disbelief

Mark 6:1-13

August 9-the complaining cry

John 6:35, 41-51

July 12-the cry for revenge

Mark 6:14-29

August 16-the cry of  praise

Ephesians 5:15-20

July 19-the cry for others’ wholeness

Mark 6:30-34, 53-56

August 23-the cry of longing for God

Psalm 84 with Ephesians 6:10-18

July 26-the cry of physical need

John 6:1-21

August 30-the cry of humility

James 1:17-27


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We affirm that through God’s redeeming love for all, we are one in Christ. We respect the inherent and valuable contributions each member makes to the Body of Christ. We celebrate our diversity and recognize the sacred worth and dignity of all persons of any age, gender, gender identity, race, ethnic origin, economic reality, family status, sexual orientation, diverse ability or social status. We believe that through Christ we are being reconciled to God and to one another. As we journey towards reconciliation, we proclaim this welcome to all God’s people, especially to those who have known the pain of rmnlogoflameexclusion and discrimination within the church, affirming that no one is excluded or condemned. We invite all persons to journey with us as we discover the call of God on our lives through the ministries of Fairport United Methodist Church. To that end, Fairport United Methodist Church commits to the reconciliation of all persons as children of God and declares itself to be a Reconciling Congregation.

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