What is the “price” of not listening to God and obeying his commands? I have been recently been reading the Book of Jeremiah in the Old Testament. Zedekiah was king of Judah, installed by Nebuchadnezzar, but he rebelled, and the Babylonians again laid siege to Jerusalem as was predicted by the prophet Jeremiah. In Jeremiah…
Tags of Hope began on the Macon campus of the Methodist Home and, until recently, was in the basement of Peabody Memorial Building. The small thrift shop outgrew its humble beginnings in the fall of last year. Through a grant with the William I.H. & Lula E. Pitts Foundation and a partnership with the Business…
I am so grateful to VUMC, and Grace Guyton for the Caregiver’s Support Ministry. It has been so meaningful and helpful to me as I care for my aging Mother with dementia. The friends, the fellowship and the faith that have evolved from this group has been such a support at this difficult time in…
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Last Sunday we wrapped our summer combined Sunday school series. For six weeks we followed the life and message of Paul as he traveled through Asia Minor spreading the gospel message. We saw the places where he taught and even the places where he was imprisoned and buried. We were so blessed to have six…
Volunteers from Vineville United Methodist Church have been tutoring and helping at L H Williams Elementary School for more than thirty years. The 2016-2017 school year has just begun and we are needed again. Experts in Education tell us frequently that parental and community support is the important key to improving the education of our…
Vineville Connect Resumes September 7th It is hard to believe, but summer is winding down. I know the thermometer makes that even harder to fathom, but it is true. Schools are back in session. Friday night football has already begun. People are finalizing their Labor Day weekend plans. (By the way, you can include worship…
In the early 1980’s under the leadership of Vineville United Methodist Church Associate Pastor Helen Henry, a group of volunteers began a program called Morning Star which provided a day camp of reading enrichment and fun activities for students from L.H. Williams Elementary School which is located in the Pleasant Hill neighborhood. This program has…
Uncomfortably Comfortable This week at Administrative Council, Thomas Simmons treated everyone to a devotional based on Christ’s teaching to his disciples (and to us all) found in John 15:5. Thomas talked about the importance of us living in God’s tree rather than the many other “trees” that can occupy our daily existence – jobs, other…
We now have an organist! The Staff-Parish committee, working with the Music committee and Dr. Asbell and Dr. Seeley, have hired Elizabeth Morgan. Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance from Mercer University. She is now enrolled at Mercer earning a Master of Music in Organ Performance. Elizabeth has wanted to be a…
After over 25 years of faithful service to Vineville United Methodist Church and to the larger Macon music community, Dennis is retiring. For some this is not news, as in April Dennis announced to the music ministry participants his intention to retire. His original retirement date was to be August 1st, but he graciously agreed…
The best time to practice thanksgiving is as soon as you wake up. When the alarm goes off on Monday morning, instead of groaning and instead of allowing waves of anxiety or weariness to wash over you as you think of all the things you have to do that day, at once, say thank you,…
On Call Visitation August 19-21
On Call Visitation August 26-28
Rev. Grace Guyton
“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”
Enjoy coffee on Sunday’s at The Holy Roast, located inside main lobby.
Enjoy your favorite hymns set to music from our organ – with 59 sets of pipes!
Vineville’s sanctuary is a mainstay along Macon’s main artery, Vineville Avenue.
Our new drop-off area is manned by ushers to direct you on your way.