Building a Community for Christ

1 Corinthians 3:11

For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ.

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Zoom Services

We invite everyone who is not able or not comfortable worshipping in person to join us on Zoom

Sundays Wednesdays

Bible Recap

Sunday – Day 49

Monday Day 50

Tuesday Day 51

Wednesday Day 52

Thursday Day 53

Friday Day 54

Saturday Day 55

Local Christian Radio Stations

Stations for quality bible lessons can be found at:

Stations List – Bible Broadcasting Network (bbnradio.org)

Moody Radio

The JOY FM – Contemporary Christian Music, Christian Radio, Positive and Encouraging

If you listen to a station not listed here, please let us know, and we will add it to our list of resources.

 

Bible Reading Programs

Below you will find resources to help you read through the Bible:

bibleinoneyear.org

Bible Reading Plan (truthforlife.org)

 

Wednesday Night Bible Study

starting on September 27 ,2023

We will be studying The Book of Job

The book of Job concerns itself with the question of faith in a sovereign God. Can God be trusted? Is he good and just in his rule of the world? The book shows that the reasons for human suffering often remain a secret to human beings.

In the book of Job, God seems both too close and too far away. On the one hand, Job complains that God is watching him every moment so that he cannot even swallow his spit (7:19). On the other hand, Job finds God elusive (9:11). Though God is greatly concerned about humans, he does not always answer their most agonizing questions.

At the same time, Job’s friends offer no real help. They come to “comfort” him (2:11), but Job ends up declaring them “miserable comforters” who would console him “with empty nothings” (21:34). These friends represent an oversimplified view of faith. They think that all human troubles are divine punishments for wrongdoing. Their “comfort” consists largely of urging Job to identify his sin and repent of it. These friends are negative examples of how to comfort those who are suffering.

The book illustrates that one does not need to fully understand God’s will in order to be faithful while suffering. Those who suffer need not be afraid to express to God their confusion and questions.

 To join us on Wednesday nights, just click the button above that says, Wednesday.

Latest Message

"A Moment To Remember"

Text: Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16 and Mark 1:9-15

Pastor James Howes

February 18, 2024

 

 

Verse Of The Week

 I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth.” 

Genesis 9:13

Our Mission & Vision

At McCall’s Chapel our vision and mission is to help connect people to faith

We hold true to the scriptural words of wisdom shared in Acts 20:28, which proclaims:

Therefore take heed to yourselves and to all the flock, among which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to shepherd the church of God which He purchased with His own blood.”

Our Services

Every week we offer Sunday School at 10:00am. At 11:00am we offer a traditional worship style service. We sing traditional hymns with a children’s moment, prayers, and enjoy special music by our choir.  We offer communion on the first Sunday of each month as well as baptisms.

As one of only two Sacraments recognized by the United Methodist Church, we have provided this life-changing opportunity  to 19 individuals in the past six years. Our Baptisms begin with a blessing with water from the same river in which Jesus was Baptized, the Jordan River. We then completely immerse the individual in the Suwannee River as the congregation sings “Amazing Grace” from the hill side next to the river. We typically conclude with a grand dinner-on-the-river where the person just Baptized is the special guest of honor.

Our Wednesday Night Bible Study starts at 6:30pm.

About Us

Welcome to McCall’s Chapel United Methodist Church where we humbly claim to be a “Warm-Hearted Church with a Heart-Warming Message.”

For over a hundred years (est. 1913), our neighbors, living near the historic Suwannee River, have gathered under our great oak trees and opened the doors of this small country church to welcome all who wish to join in the enriching experience of praising our Lord and Savior.

 

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