We read in the scriptures that we are called to “pray without ceasing” (1 Thessalonians 5:17), to offer ourselves as “a living sacrifice” of worship (Romans 12:1), and to glorify God in word and deed (James 2:14-26). We are called to do each day in and day out as Christian people. But we should especially worship, read scripture and pray on Sunday because, on this day, we remember and celebrate what God has done in the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Worship on Sunday is a symbol like the cross or the Apostles‘ Creed. Gathering to worship on Sunday signifies who we are and to whom we belong as those who share Christ’s dying and rising. On this day, we experience and celebrate God’s abiding presence with us through the Holy Spirit. On this day, we anticipate and celebrate what God promises to do in our lives and our world.  https://www.umcdiscipleship.org/resources/why-worship-on-sunday

Here at Mullins, our worship team and pastor work faithfully and intentionally to ensure our worship is informational, inspirational, relevant, creative, uplifting, and healing. Our music, art, and worship reflect our expanding embrace of our diverse community. Each week our pastor brings us a message of Hope, Deliverance, and Victory to encourage you as you travel the road of life to eternal life. When you come to Mullins, come with a spirit of expectation and leave having experienced the touch of God’s love.

To God Be the Glory