Messages from Ooltewah UMC
New to the area? Wondering what a message is like at OUMC? Miss a message from Sunday? Wanting to go deeper in a particular message?
Our messages our designed to honor God and be relevant in our lives. We hope that you will take a moment to explore what God might have to say to you.
Our Sunday messages are streamed live each Sunday morning at both 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. – You can watch our livestream on Facebook. Previous messages are available below and also on our Facebook page.
Where does God live? How do we find our way to him? How does Jesus make the way to God known to us? Explore these topics with us during today’s time of worship.
Where is God? How do we find our way to him? How does Jesus show us the way to the Father? Explore this idea with us in this week’s message.
Faith, hope, and love – but the greatest of these is love. As we gather around the table this week we’ll explore what Jesus’ taught his disciples about love and how our love for God shapes our love for others.
Tim Datwyler, one of our strategic mission partners, shares a message about building relationships in cross cultural mission. Pastors Dwight and Amanda also share updates related to OUMC during the Covid-19 virus pandemic.
It’s hard to own up to things we’ve done wrong. No one likes to take the blame. But keeping it to ourselves and hoping that nagging feeling of guilt will just go away over time is wishful thinking. We need to turn around and face the music. It is only through that change of direction…
What conversations do you have around your table? A table can mean more than just the place you eat. Many subjects, emotions, and events can happen no matter what reason you have for taking your place there. Did you ever wonder what conversations were happening around the table at the Last Supper? More importantly, what…
You’ve heard the saying, “Practice what you preach.” Good thought to live by, but maybe we need to change the words slightly: “Practice what He preached.” In this week’s scripture, God acknowledges His son, and then gives the disciples who happen to be present a command: “Listen to him!” It’s easy to get caught up…