Sunday Worship Schedule
worship Times

9:00 am
Worship Service in the Sanctuary with Organ and Choirs
11:00 am
Living Waters Worship Service in Fellowship Hall with a band and casual feel.

Child care available, birth-age 5 for both services

This Sunday and Next Sunday: Adult Education in May
May 15th and May 22nd at 10:10 am in the Heritage Room
What does JUVENILE sex trafficking look like in Minnesota?
Who are the traffickers and BUYERS?
Who are the VICTIMS and what are the SIGNS and INDICATORS of trafficking?
How can COMMUNITIES work together to create effective solutions?
The sexual exploitation and trafficking of children is not just an international issue; it is a local threat to the safety of children, teens and families. Anti-Child Trafficking (A.C.T.) United helps bring awareness of the dynamics of local juvenile sex trafficking and inspire churches, individuals and organizations to work together creating safe communities.        

Ice Cream Sunday—Sunday, May 22, 10:00 am
Our Sunday morning lessons for children, youth, and confirmation will come to a close. As this is the year of the Summer Olympics we will celebrate with our own Wacky Olympics. Games will take place outside, so dress for the weather. There will also be certificates for children who participated in Sunday school, and of course ice cream for everyone! 

Southern France Trip Presentation—Wednesday, May 25th, 6:00-7:30 pm 
Come hear and learn-all welcome-whether you are going on the trip or not.
Brian and Wilbur Frink will present the itinerary, passion about the area (art and spirituality) and answer any questions about the October 2016 trip to Southern France in search of the Black Madonna. This is the trip Pastor Pam will lead with them--they are very familiar with the people, area, art, and opportunities for sacred experiences.

All Ages "Good Book" Program for Summer Reading
All Ages are invited to dive into the Bible and other faith-filled stories this summer. Similar to the "Book It" challenge, RUMC will be setting goals for children, youth, and adults. Each age group will have a challenge set for them that is appropriate for their reading level. Young children are encouraged to read with adults. Those who complete these reading goals by will be invited to a special surprise.
Sunday, May 22-Bookmark Making-When we celebrate the end of Sunday School and enjoy a special ice cream treat on Sunday, May 22nd, we'll also have an opportunity to make bookmarks to track our summer reading.
Sunday, May 22-Reading Lists Available for all ages will be available.
Wednesday, June 1-Start reading! - The Reading Program begins.

 

 

GOD'S HANDS THRIFT STORE - read more about it

Imagine No Malaria

What are Apportionments? - Click here to see a video about it.

Caring For Children Early Learning Center (a ministry of Richfield UMC) is proud to announce that it has recently earned accreditation by the National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA). NECPA is an independent early childhood accrediting organization that encourages quality and recognizes excellence. Check out their website: www.caringforchildrenmn.com

The United Methodist Church - www.umc.org

Read Bishop Ough's letter concerning same-sex marriage