Lent & Easter

The Lord’s Prayer: it’s prayed in multiple languages, by millions of Christians, around the world each week. We start by praying the famous words that Jesus taught us to pray, saying: “Our Father, who art in heaven…” Yet these well-rehearsed words, that were perhaps memorized in our childhood, are not just sentences to gloss over. They have deep meaning, and profound impact upon our lives, neighbors, and communities. Join us this season of Lent, as we dig deeper into the meaning and purpose of The Lord’s Prayer.

Sunday Worship

You’re invited to worship, study and serve throughout Lent and Holy Week.  In-Person Worship every Sunday at 9:30 am (Brighton and Whitmore Lake) and 11 am (Brighton). Worship online Sundays at 9:30 am through Facebook or YouTube.

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Easter Sunday, April 17

Up From the Grave He Arose!

Hallelujah! Christ Is Risen! He Is Risen Indeed! You are invited to worship on this day of triumph and hope.

  • Brighton Campus
    • 7:15 am Sunrise Worship in Memorial Garden
    • 9:30 am Worship
    • 11:00 am Band-Led Worship
  • Whitmore Lake Campus
    • 9:30 am Worship
  • Online Worship
    • 9:30 am on Facebook and YouTube
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All-Church Study begins March 2

You are invited to join a church-wide Lenten study on The Lord’s Pray, the Meaning and Power of the Prayer Jesus Taught by Rev. Adam Hamilton. The book dives into the familiar prayer and helps us explore each of its rich lines and their meaning. Through this study we hope to better understand what we ask of God and what we ask of ourselves through its words.

 Join a small group study, or read the book independently. Copies of the book are available in the church office. Digital copies are also available for purchase through Cokesbury.com and other retailers. A video component complements the study, which may be viewed on Amplify MediaTo register for your free Amplify Media account visit https://www.brightonfumc.org/amplify/

About the Author

Adam Hamilton is the senior pastor of the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas, the largest UMC in the United States. Rev. Hamilton has written many books, including The Journey and 24 Hours That Changed the World.

Register to participate in a small group Lenten study: 810-229-8561, lindsey@brightonfumc.org, or karen@brightonfumc.org.

Easter Lily donate

Dedicate Easter flowers that will decorate the sanctuary in honor or memory of someone dear to you. Your dedication will appear in the worship slides Easter Sunday. The church pays $10-$20 per plant. Your donation in whatever amount you are able to give will help offset the cost of the flowers. Order online or with the envelopes at church (Community Room-Brighton Campus or Upper Hall-Whitmore Lake Campus) by April 3. You can pay online or by check (mark “Easter flowers” on your giving envelope or check memo line).

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