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Riverview United Methodist Church Our mission is to guide people of all backgrounds into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

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April Financial Report

April was a wonderful month. Donations of $13,568.72 to our operating expenses provided us with $1,137.14 more than our budgeted average. Our expenses in April were $11,416.82. In addition our building fund reached the 73% marker. We have only $5.770.08 to reach our goal to cover our deductible expenses. Thank you to all who have […]

Baby Shower for HUM

UMW are sponsoring a Baby Shower for HUM during the month of May. Please put gifts (unwrapped) for mom’s and babies in the Pack and Play in the Narthex.  Financial donations are also appreciated.

Recent Sermons

I am the Good Shepherd

In the Gospel of John, the author describes Jesus by using a phrase, “I AM.” They are seven “I AM” in this gospel. But today, I’d like to talk about “I am the good shepherd.” John describes our relationship with Jesus by using the relationship between the shepherd and the sheep. Even in the Old Testament, God is often pictured as the shepherd, and the people as his flock. David said in Psalm 23, “The Lord is my shepherd and I shall not be in want” (v.1). Psalm 77:20 says, “You led your people like a flock by the hand of Moses and Aaron.” The prophets like Jeremiah and Ezekiel also described the leaders of God’s people as the shepherd of God’s people and nation: “Woe to the shepherds who destroys and scatter the sheep of my pasture!” (Jeremiah 23:1). Ezekiel rebuked the false leaders who only sought their own good rather than the good of the flock. He said in Ezekiel 34:2, “Ah, you shepherds of Israel who have been feeding yourselves! Should not shepherds feed the sheep?” Today’s text describes Jesus as the good shepherd and his relationship with his flock. So I want us to find out two things on this morning through Psalm 23 and John 10; First, what makes Jesus the good shepherd. Second, what makes us good sheep.

Storm Repair Fund as of 5/25

We have raised $16104 out of $21000.

$4896 left to reach our goal!

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Pastor Mark and Joseph are blessing the officer of United Methodist Women.

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Lion's Club, Osceola Elementary, and Riverview United Methodist Church have worked together to serve our community.

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