Messages from Pastor Phil

Old Testament Heroes

As we look at the Old Testament Heroes, we will see that these heroes are not great in themselves, but because of the power of God.  We will also see that these heroes have their character flaws and weakness.  In short, we will see that the great heroes of the Old Testament are just people like you and me.  Through power of God and our willingness to follow God’s lead, we too can be heroes in our own time.

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Lake City United Methodist Church
213 N Oak St,
Lake City , MN 55041

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Coming Events

Adult Education Classes - 2018

Sunday Mornings


by  Ken Ham – Led by Greg Sprick

Starts Jan 7 in the Parlor at 10:15 am

"Celebrate Colossians"

by Keith Loy - Led by Gloria Feigal

Starts Jan 7 in Meyer's Hall at 10:15 am

 For more information on a class Click Here.

Wednesday Evenings

"The Case For Christ"

by  Lee Strobel - Led by Barb Pratt

Starts Jan 3 in the Parlor at 5:30 pm


by Ken Ham - Led by Greg Sprick

Starts Jan 3 in Meyer's Hall at 7:00 pm


For more information on a class Click Here.

Our Current Mission Focus Feature

Each month we highlight a mission or ministry to tell why we think it is important in serving our Lord.

The Mission Project for  February is the Lake City Food Shelf.

Our February special mission project will focus on the Lake CityFood Shelf.  Each year we set aside a month to support our local food shelf and your mission team has chosen February to do that. The Lake City Food Shelf serves on average 49 families monthly and as many as 161 families in November and December. It gives out on average between 9,000 and 10,000 pounds of food each month. The Lake City Food Shelf has been operating since 1981. It has over 40 non-paid trained volunteers who help with the daily duties of operations. These volunteers are able help feed our hungry neighbors because of your generosity. Lake City Food Shelf’s new home is 608 S 8th Street, Lake City MN. Phone is 651-345-5888.

In 2014, Minnesota Food Share partnered with almost 300 food shelves to raise more than $8 million and more than 4 million pounds of food during the month of March.  March is Minnesota Food Share Campaign and the food and money that is collect during this mission project will go towards that campaign.

You can help with this mission first by praying, then by bringing food and placing it in the grocery cart in the foyer or make an offering, write Food shelf on the note line of your check. All donations will be given to the Lake City Food Shelf the first week of March.  

Also remember to continue supporting Clean Water Ministry with your donations, buying drops and adding coins to the mile of penny Vortex.

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