Summer Worship Service begins at 9:30 AM
Third & Adams Street, PO Box 9774, Moscow, Idaho USA | (208) 882-3715

I AM The Light of The World - August 27, 2017

John 8:12-19

I have to tell you, I love the riches of John....especially the I AM statements. They can seem a little odd...but, if we can unpack them, they are layered with meaning. And to get to that meaning, we have to dig a bit into the Old Testament—the traditions and the rituals. As you heard today, we dug into the story of the Exodus and then into the laws of Leviticus....but we actually need one more component...the

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Dig In Deep - August 20, 2017

Romans 8:1-4, 12-17

As we think about grace and the ways God is at work in our lives. It's key (pun intended!) to see grace as a gift. We have to realize God is always offering that gift. That's what we call prevenient grace. It's here...before us before we look for it or notice it or dare to get close to it. God's gift is here for us.
And that gift isn't meant to just sit here and look pretty. It's not a hood's something for us to receive and use daily. We have to open that gift to appreciate it. Seeing

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God's Got A Hold On You - August 6, 2017

Psalm 139:1-16
The psalmist starts with a powerful proclamation...God has searched me and known me. It's both awesome and humbling. It's incredible that God cares so much to know each of us intimately—and it's humbling...God knows all of us...has searched us....each corner and closet...and God knows us. Some of us might shrug and say "ok", while others of us look like a deer in headlights suddenly thinking "are you kidding? I thought God only got to see what I showed God....God

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What Am I Supposed To Do? - July 30, 2017

James 2:1-4, 14-18

Practice what you preach and live what you believe. This seems so obvious....and yet, when push comes to can be so hard to live. Ask me how I know. Months ago, we began planing for the Love Your Neighbor event and this sermon series. The worship team had sat down to brain storm and the weeks were planned out. Love your neighbor is not a new concept for me...I grew up with it and was raised in a family where we lived our faith. And then, the night before this series started, we had a blow up with one of our neighbors. We were all civil, but there was a lot of frustration and anger. I had lots of unkind thoughts in my head...and at the same time, I knew that the next day

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Her Too? - July 16, 2017

John 8:1-11

What happens when your neighbor is a sinner? I mean like a real sinner...not just a simple mistake sinner...but the kind who intentionally, on purpose, sinned. They chose pride or greed, or lust, or revenge, or laziness over choosing God. What if your neighbor is a sinner? Can you love them? Do they need to be convinced of their sin first?

What if we get hung up about loving our neighbor because they haven't repented. They sinned. We know it. And we would hope they know it...but they don't really seem sorry about it. How do we love them when we know they've done wrong? And not just a little something

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Current Church News

  • Vacation Bible School - August 5-9, 2017



    Polar Blast Vacation Bible School is August 5th-9th from 6PM to 8PM with dinner each evening at 5:30pm, come chill with us! "Where Jesus' Love is cool."

  • Community event - "Love Your Neighbor"

    Community event - "Love Your Neighbor"

    Held at the East City Park On Thursday, August 2nd, 5pm-9pm. This event is a  chance four our church to practice command to "Love Your Neighbor" by sharing, food, fun, and fellowship. We want a chance four our neighbors to get to know us and know they matter to us. whether or not they come to worship. We will have food, games, and activities for all people and ages. and we'll get to share a little of ourselves and invite kids to VBS and all generations to our other ministries.

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...