Sermons
Worship Service begins at 10:30 AM
Third & Adams Street, PO Box 9774, Moscow, Idaho USA | (208) 882-3715

Place Your Trust in God - February 18, 2018

Psalm 25:1-13, 20-21

In this season of Lent, we are invited into that kind of intentionality. And as we go along together, we'll be talking about prayer as our touch point...types of prayer...and even different ways to pray. One of the most useful tools for prayer is the psalms. There are 150 different songs and prayers to guide your own prayers. If you've ever thought, "I just don't know how to pray", try the psalms. There are happy psalms and sad psalms. Psalms of distress

Read more: Place Your Trust in God - February 18, 2018

Beloved - February 11, 2018

John 3:1-21

This is a fairly well-known section of scripture, at least verse 16 is, and it is packed with meaning. We could probably spend a month studying just this passage and learn and see something new each week. What we have is a Jewish leader who is intrigued by Jesus, but who isn't comfortable coming to Jesus in the temple as he preaches. Instead, when does he come? (At night). In the Gospel of John, the night is the time of temptation, of rejection, of

Read more: Beloved - February 11, 2018

Forgiven - February 4, 2018

Romans 4:4-8

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Beautifully and wonderfully Made - January 28, 2018

Psalm 139

One of the gifts of scripture is its richness. It's not just a story, but it's stories within the stories. It's poetry, it's prose. It's fables (yes, with talking animals), it's rules for living, it's narrative, it's letters and so much more. And one of the responsibilities we have in reading the Bible is knowing which kind of story we're reading, more specifically, what kind of literature is it, and how it can help us understand and relate better with

Read more: Beautifully and wonderfully Made - January 28, 2018

Created for a Purpouse - January 14, 2018

Jeremiah 29:10-14

How many of you have heard verse 11 somewhere before? For I know the plans I have for you. Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Christians love this passage. It offers such a beautiful promise. We use it pretty loosely. It makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. And the promise is true. But what it doesn't show us is what comes before this. Most of us don't know the context in which God said it.
How many of you have spent much time studying the book of Jeremiah? Ok, so let's take a few minutes to put things in context. Jeremiah was a prophet. And prophets are sent by God when

Read more: Created for a Purpouse - January 14, 2018

Current Church News

  • Trustees Fall Church Work Day - September 29, 2018

    All helping hand needed!

    Trustee work day is Saturday, September 29th from 8:30AM - Noon.

     
  • Piety Sunday! September 23rd

    Pie-ty Sunday will be Sunday, September 23rd. Over the last few years we have enjoyed celebrating the culinary and baking talents of our church for both sweet and savory pies. We sell pie by the slice and a few whole pies you can take home. We are hoping to add homemade ice cream to the menu. The money we raise this year will go to support our missioners and work in Puerto Rico.

Get Directions

Sunday morning parking at the church is available in the high school parking lot on Third Street across from the church and in the city lots west of the church. These lots are available only on Sunday mornings. A small lot for handicapped parking is available just off of Adams Street on the north side of the church, with an accessible entrance directly into the sanctuary. A lift operates between the Fellowship Hall (3rd Street level) and the Sanctuary . William Sound System Receivers and Headsets are available to assist with hearing problems.

Church Mission

The First United Methodist Church of Moscow, Idaho takes as our mission to be the body of Jesus Christ, ministering to a community which draws strength from its diversity. Our mission centers on the worship of God, expressed through varied forms of prayer, preaching, music, and ritual.  See more...