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Check us out this Sunday!
We’re open and meeting at the church!
But we’re limited to 75 attendees!

We are still meeting live on-line also!
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Location Details

10298 W Thunderbird Blvd. Sun City, AZ 85351

Online Sunday Services

Jan 24, 2021 – Live Worship Service

Today’s scripture: Mark 1:14-20 A willingness to abandon comfort and familiarity can have a powerful and positive impact. Disciples follow Jesus best when they leave the workplace, the comfortable, and the familiar. We need good “walking shoes.” Missionary Jackie Pullinger noted, “God wants us to have soft hearts and hard feet. The trouble with so many of us is that we have hard hearts and soft feet.” As Christians – followers of Jesus, we are people of action, people who…

Jan. 17, 2021 – When Facing Adversity are you an Egg Carrot or a Coffee Bean?

Due to technical issues this service was divided into two seperate feeds. Lakeview United Methodist Women Sunday Today’s scripture: James 1:2-6 We would learn very little if everything in life fell into place without challenge or difficulty. In terms of faith, we would be spiritual weaklings. Just as athletes “test” their bodies over and over again in order to build endurance and, therefore, be able to perform at their best, our faith must be tested so we can become mature…

Jan. 10, 2021 – Vox Dei – “Voice of God”

Today’s scripture: Psalm 29 When God speaks, things happen. Psalm 29 reflects on the power of God’s words and reflect back to creation when God spoke the words of creation. Where have you heard God speaking to you? How has it changed you? Psalm 29 not only reflects on the power of God’s words, but it also helps us place ourselves in right perspective with God. We hear his voice and it causes us to drop in worship. We see…

Jan. 3, 2021 – The Party of Life

Today’s scripture: John 1:1-18 “You only live once.” We’ve all heard this phrase but is it true for a follower of Jesus? True, we only go through this world once, but as Christians, we are Easter People – we believe in the resurrection and a life after this short time here. Christmas is over, but now it’s time for Epiphany – the reveling of Jesus as Lord and Savior. This also marks that change from infant Jesus to his life…

Church News

You Are Never Alone

TIME  APART  WITH  GOD  DURING  LENT 2021 Lent is a season for self-examination, taking time apart to consider God’s presence in our lives and reflecting on our relationship with God. In this ongoing time of social isolation in our world due to the pandemic. it’s often difficult to realize that even in our time apart from each other, still we are not alone, because at all times, we are with God. Max Lucado has produced a DVD & Bible study…
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“The Story” – Bible Study

Presenting the Last 8 Chapters Starts again at Chapter 24 “No Ordinary Man” on February 1, 2021 Announcing the continuation of the Bible study called “The Story” that will offer the final 8 chapter class (Chapters 24 – 31) on Mondays at 1:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall for an hour. The class will start on February 1st through March 29th. This study will cover chapters 24 through 31 this time and each chapter stands by itself. “The Story” is…

How can I stay in touch?

Dear Lakeview Family, Whoever thought the pandemic would last this long? Even as the vaccine is being distributed, we know that normalcy is still a way off. While many of you have been able to stay in contact using on-line services, we realize some of you have had very little contact with your church family. Staying in touch is so much harder than it used to be. With this letter, I hope to give you a snap-shot of some ways…
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On the Shelf for January 2021

Here is a novel that I could not put down and one I find thought-provoking and heart-wrenching with surprising twists: How the Light Gets In by Jolina Petershein Here is what the book review states: “When Ruth Neufeld’s husband and father-in-law are killed in a bombing overseas, she travels to Wisconsin Mennonite community with her daughters and mother-in-law Mabel to bury them, grieve, and piece together their next steps. They are welcomed by Elam Albrecht, her husband’s cousin, who invites…