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October 8, 2018

When I was in the fourth grade my teacher (my favorite teacher ever!), Mrs. Ryan, helped us learn about many countries around the world.  One of the destinations we studied was Switzerland. My class put on a Swiss Festival for other students and our parents. I made a h...

As some of you may know, Jimmy and I just returned from a wonderful trip to Italy.  We learned some new things about Italian art and history, the Italian culture and enjoyed the breathtaking  countryside.  We had great food every day (including Gelato!). But the best p...

There are lots of negative things about getting older, but I think there are many more positive things.  Those are the ones I like to think about. It’s simply more fun to smile than to frown.

You can find all kinds of pros and cons for aging if you do a little research....

September is here again, and Jubilation Bells and Chancel Choir began their 2018-2019 season together with their debut of a new introit, “Christians, We Have Come to Worship” on September 9th.  What a wonderful way for both groups to come together in praise after their...

In 1980 I began my college years. After taking an accounting class in high school, I decided to major in accounting at Miami University. After Principals of Accounting 101, I was not sure I had chosen the right major, but I chalked it up to “adjusting to college jitter...

Over the past 20 years, I have been on several church staffs in various leadership roles.  I have had the privilege of serving 3 United Methodist Churches, and 1 Wesleyan Church. Each one different, each one unique, each one incredible, and each one with its own challe...

August 25, 2018

At Mason UMC we talk about that as God’s mission.  We believe that God is on mission to renew people’s lives and the world.  Psalm 104 refers to the scope of God’s work as “the face of the earth.”

We have made attempts to help us all live on that mission with God....

Community is undoubtedly the fabric of our lives. Take a listen to what community means to some of those who attend Mason UMC and how it makes them feel. We are honored to be a part of your community!

We have been chatting up the subject of community and unity. Follow along as we continue to our "No Longer Strangers" sermon series and click on the video below to hear from The Little Family! 

Community brings us closer, makes us feel loved and pushes us to grow. Grab another cup of coffee this morning and take a listen to Amy Weis' story. Can't wait to see you Sunday to share more from our "No Longer Strangers" sermon series! 

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