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Welcome! Broad Ripple United Methodist Church
is an open congregation in the heart of Broad Ripple village.

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  Transformation

JOIN US at 11 AM IN PERSON or ONLINE

Via the BRUMC YouTube Channel or 

Link to the Service October 17, 2021

 

Guest Speaker Amber Good

Sermon Title: The Power of Love

Scripture: Mark 10:35-45

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Guest Worship Leader

Lauren Thorne

MUSIC

Introit

#62 All Creatures of Our God and King

Praise

#62 All Creatures of Our God and King (v 1, 2, 4, and 7)

Preparation:

 #660 God Is Here (v 1,2, and 4)

Response

#593 Here I Am, Lord

Closing

#593 Here I Am, Lord

 

 Sunset

 

Taken from Insights by Tom

James and John began to ask Jesus to have special places around the table with Jesus in heaven. They wanted to be seen as great. The other disciples were upset with them about this. Jesus told them that in order to be great, they must be a servant and slave to everyone else.

Wanting and grabbing for power is something that many people do in this life. They want to be the leader and strive to do what it takes. Sometimes they want to be leader because they think they know what is best. Others want to be the leader because of the power they believe it holds.

While many hate dictators over them, many want to be dictators over others. They want to be the one in charge and leading others. They want the power. Most do not want to be a servant or a slave to another person.

Although Jesus has absolute power over all of creation, He does not force His power on people. Jesus came to serve all people. Every person on this earth is sentenced to a death sentence. Jesus came to serve them and remove that death sentence for them. Jesus only does what is best for each person on this earth, serving them.

Believers are to live in the same way that Jesus did. Jesus goes beyond just being a servant to another person, but being their slave. Believers are to put other people before themselves.

Take a look at your own life. Are you being served or are you serving.

If you would like to share a prayer request, or a thanksgiving, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can lift you up during our service.

Pastor Kevin
 

Kevin Davis
Pastor Broadripple UMC
Director of Visitation 
St. Luke's UMC
317-846-3404 ext.326 
317-289-8465 - Cell

 

Bishop Trimble Message

 

This is really a great devotional shared by Bishop Trimble

- CLICK ON THE LINK TO LISTEN

https://vimeo.com/619037584

 

 

UMCOR Giving

Umcor gives to all disasters, abroad and at home.

Here are direct links to the pages where you can research and determine how you may want to give. 

Afghanistan: https://umcmission.org/august-2021/umcor-supports-afghans-in-need/ 

Haiti: https://umcmission.org/umcor/standing-with-haiti-amid-quake-and-storm/ 

 

 

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doorsareopen

We are open for inhouse church but
WILL continue mandatory social distancing and mask requirements for those who have not been vaccinated at this time.


We will keep you updated when we make adjustments to these precautions.

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Wesley Do all the good

 

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Halloween

Trunk or Treat

October 31,

Broad Ripple UMC Parking Lot, 3:30-5:00 p.m.

Church members from Christ Church Broad Ripple, Broad Ripple UMC, and the Assembly 317 Dinner Church will gather together to offer a trunk-or-treat to our Broad Ripple neighbors. Participants will park their vehicles in the church parking lot, and hand out candy AND dog treats to visiting families who walk around to the vehicle trunks.

To Host a Trunk:

* We need approx. 18 participating vehicles.

*Choose a theme for your costumes and decorate your vehicle trunk to match. Please avoid scary themes. Prizes will be given to the best 3 trunks.

*Arrive at the parking lot by 3:15 p.m. You must commit to staying until 5:00 p.m.

*Bring candy and dog treats to hand out.

To Donate: Bring individually wrapped candy and/or boxes of dog treats to your congregation's Sunday service by Sunday, October 24.

BRVA

 

 

 

 

 

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Explore galleries, boutiques, restaurants and shops

throughout Broad Ripple Village.

ART WALKS ARE OPEN!

Join us in Broad Ripple on the third Thursday of the month, July to November of 2021, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. for the Broad Ripple Art Walk ! 

If you haven't signed up for this month, we will host the Art Walk each Third Thursday of the month from July through November. It's free to participate for all BRVA members (Not a member yet? It's easy to join!). We'll provide you yard signs, posters, and other promotional materials. 

Your Art Walk feature can be art, music, or any other artistic activity or display. Need help finding an artist? Let us know! 

Each month, we prepare a map of the Art Walk locations, which we will post on our web site and social media, and will share with you electronically. We will post banners in several Broad Ripple locations and distribute posters and yard signs promoting the Art Walk. We will also promote the Art Walk through the BRVA's social media, web site, and e-newsletter, as well as on the Garden Sign at College Ave and Broad Ripple Ave several times throughout the season. 

The goal of the Art Walk is to share all the artistic and musical offerings of Broad Ripple while increasing foot traffic for our businesses. Help us continue Broad Ripple's reputation for arts and music! To sign up, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  


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 br farmers marketWe are now OUTDOORS at our NEW LOCATION!

Second Presbyterian Church
North Parking Lot
7700 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46260

The Broad Ripple Farmers Market (BRFM) is committed to supporting locally grown and produced foods. The Market brings the greater Broad Ripple community the very best and freshest of each season. The Market is an event of the Broad Ripple Village Association (BRVA) and proceeds support development and beautification projects in the Village.

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Check Out the Calendar --- 

We have a lot going on in our building from music to meals to mowing, to fun and games. Look at the calendar.

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