Keep Up with Jesus this Summer

May is the month we celebrate Mom! In my heart of hearts, I think God celebrates us moms too! He celebrates each time we bring our children to his word either here at church, at our mealtimes, the quiet of a child’s bedroom, etc. As you read this know that we...

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Youth Ministry Update

As school comes to a close and our youth become involved in all their summer activities, please keep some dates prioritized for them if possible. We will be meeting as a group for an outing on June 14th with a rain date of June 28th. More details on this will...

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A Word from Pastor Kyle

Are you ready to do something new and different? What is it? I took the Gladstone exit on I-94 and drove south about quarter of mile to the spot that meant a lot to the Reinhiller family. I pulled the car over, turned to Becky and asked her to marry...

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A Word from Pastor Kyle

I noticed the old Stoneback building in Harrisburg is being remodeled. There is a dumpster between it and Fresh Horses Saloon that is being filled with discarded lumber. I know if my Dad were alive and was with me, we would have had me pull over so he could look...

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Ash Wednesday 

Ash Wednesday: the first day of Lent and the start of a time for reflection and penance. It prepares in the recognition of Christ’s death and resurrection. The ashes spread on the foreheads of  our congregation were created by the burning of palms in last year’s Palm Sunday celebration.

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Tabitha Circle Cooking Up Love

Harrisburg UMC’s Tabitha Circle didn’t wait for Valentine’s Day to share love for their neighbors! Tabitha Circle met Monday, Feb 13– this time in the Church kitchen. The women’s group organized a culinary-assembly line making meals to help congregation members enduring hard times. Since time flies while you’re having fun,...

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Consecration Sunday

This past Sunday Harrisburg United Methodist Church hosted a guest sermon from Kitty Allen. She talked about the importance of Consecration Sunday and what your commitment–between God and yourself– means to the Church. Listen in on her sermon as she discusses how when a church comes together the impacts are...

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HUMC Nightwatch Canteen Serves More Than 100 People

A special shout-out to our congregation members who helped serve meals at the Nightwatch Canteen! Harrisburg United Methodist Church was tagged to drive the Nightwatch Canteen on January 8. Through a joint effort by surrounding Methodist communities, the Nightwatch Canteen is a mobile food service targeting central Sioux Falls. Members of...

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Consecration Sunday

Congregations that approach financial stewardship from a biblical perspective do not view the money Christians give to their church merely as a way to pay its bills. Rather, such congregations see financial contributions as a way to help people grow spiritually in their relationship with God by supporting their church’s...

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