YOU'RE INVITED TO EASTER AT NORTH RALEIGH UMC

SUNDAY MARCH 31st

8:30am - 9:45am - 11:00am

A CHURCH IN THE HEART OF NORTH RALEIGH

WHAT IS EASTER AT NORTH RALEIGH UMC LIKE?

Come celebrate Easter Sunday at NRUMC!

This year's celebration will include an Easter Egg Hunt during our 9:45 Sunday School for Kids. Bring the whole family to celebrate the Risen Christ!

 

 Pick from any powerful worship experience and get all the details below and plan your visit!

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WHY SHOULD I COME?

Easter at North Raleigh UMC

AMAZING MUSIC

From our Choir to the praise band, worship in your style with beloved favorites this Easter!

POWERFUL WORSHIP

Worship helps unite us with God and as a community! Come and experience a powerful sermon and celebrate with others.

KIDS EGG HUNT

During the 9:45 Sunday School Hour, Kids are invited to enjoy a fun time with a lesson and an Egg Hunt!

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YOUR KIDS WILL HAVE A BLAST!

AT NORTH RALEIGH KIDS

This Easter your kids will have a BLAST at our Egg Hunt!! All kids Preschool-5th grade will enjoy learning about Jesus with this fun and creative event! 

 

Plan to be in the Youth Building 9:45-10:45 for a full hour of fun!

 

On Easter Sunday morning, children and their families are invited to participate in an Easter Egg hunt, crafts, and a retelling of the Easter story. Everyone will gather in the big room in the youth building to receive instructions and then begin the rotations. Donut holes, Danishes, fruit, and juice will be served. Each child should bring an Easter basket. Adults are asked to move through the stations with the kids.

Strengthen Your Journey of Life and Faith

SEE WHAT IT IS LIKE AT NORTH RALEIGH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

TEST DRIVE A SERMON

View our LiveStream Worship at nrumc.org/live

WORSHIP SERVICES AND TIMES

8501 Honeycutt Rd. Raleigh, NC 27615

Traditional Worship

In the Sanctuary

Sundays 8:30 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.

If you’re looking for traditional worship, we have 2 great services, led by our clergy, the Chancel Choir, and other music ensembles.

Expect to be surrounded by a warm and caring congregation. Expect dynamic preaching from our ministers, and expect uplifting music from our outstanding Music Ministries. Expect to be blessed!

Children are welcome to participate in worship! We love having our community of all ages in worship together, but if you prefer, we have a nursery available.

Souljourn Contemporary Worship

In the Fellowship Hall

Sundays 9:45 a.m.

If you’re looking for contemporary worship, we have Souljourn, led by our clergy and by the Exaltation band and other music ensembles.

Souljourn involves all of our senses in praise and adoration of God. Led by our clergy and worship music leaders, we are refreshed and strengthened for our journeys of faith and life in Jesus Christ. Each Sunday, we sing uplifting music, spend time in prayer, share the joys and concerns of our lives, and hear God’s word proclaimed to provide direction for our lives.

Lenten Series: Wandering Heart

This Lent, we are focusing on the life and faith of one of Jesus’ most famous disciples. In Peter, we see a person who is both steadfast and unsteady, a dear friend and a betrayer, a follower and a wanderer. In Peter, we often see ourselves. By following Peter’s journey, we watch the story of Jesus unfold through the eyes of a very normal human trying to figure it all out—just like us.

 

As we were studying Peter’s faith journey, the lyrics of “Come Thou Fount” came to mind. It’s as if Peter himself wrote this song. And so, for each step in Peter’s journey, we have selected a phrase from this hymn. As we follow Peter’s story, we will sing our way through Lent, binding our wandering hearts to God. In this devotional and series, we want to affirm that faith is a constant journey of steadfast pursuit, one that ebbs and flows.

 

We want to affirm the ways Peter keeps going: he drops his nets, he walks on water, he runs to the empty tomb, he swims to the shore to meet the risen Christ. He keeps searching and yearning and loving, even after missteps or mistakes. Ultimately, in Peter’s story, we are reminded that God loves imperfect people—in fact, time and again, that’s precisely who God claims and calls.

 

We encourage you to engage in the weekly art and reflections at your own pace, looking for the ways your own story may be reflected in Peter’s faith journey. As we wander through Lent, let us tune our hearts to sing God’s grace. May we rest in streams of mercy, never ceasing.


Lenten Devotional Text Messages with Pastor Jen:  Text LENT to 984-464-4777 or

 

Lenten Devotional Book: Available at the Welcome Carts or an online version at nrumc.org/lentdevobook

Lent Events

Lenten Devotionals

There is a place for you here. You’ll find Life Groups are an easy place to belong and meet lifelong friends!

Poems and Praise

Your kids will love our church! We want to create a place where the entire family can belong and love following Jesus.

Lenten Organ/Piano Recitals

Your kids will love our church! We want to create a place where the entire family can belong and love following Jesus.

Holy Week Events

Palm Sunday Cantata

Your kids will love our church! We want to create a place where the entire family can belong and love following Jesus.

Maundy Thursday

Your kids will love our church! We want to create a place where the entire family can belong and love following Jesus.

Good Friday

There is a place for you here. You’ll find Life Groups are an easy place to belong and meet lifelong friends!