Monthly Archives: April 2022

Funeral arrangements for Keri Marston, daughter of Pastors Barry and Gerry Burkholder:

Keri Marston, Barry’s and Gerry’s daughter, passed from the church militant to the church triumphant on Friday, April 22. There will be a visitation at Bennett funeral home in Mechanicsville from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 27 and the funeral service will be at Shady Grove United Methodist Church in Mechanicsville at 10:30 Thursday morning with a reception following. Memorial donations may be made to for metastatic cancer research.
Thank you to everyone for your support, for your prayers, and for your love.

Sermon for April 24, 2022!

Good morning! Welcome to our online sermon! I hope everyone enjoyed the beautiful Sunday we had! It was beautiful weather and a wonderful time to get out and enjoy time with our families and friends. Settle in now and enjoy the message delivered by Lori Radolinski while Pastor Barry was away.

Sermon for April 17, 2022, Easter Sunrise Service!

Sorry for this late posting but there were some problems with last week’s sermon uploads (some technical and some human). Therefore, we are now able to post the Easter Sunrise service, but we are unable to post the Easter Sunday regular service. I hope that everyone had a wonderful Easter and a wonderful Easter week.

Sermon for April 10, 2022!

Good afternoon! I hope you all have had a wonderful Palm Sunday! It’s a beautiful day, so let’s make it a day in which we rejoice in the Lord and all of the blessings he has given us! Once again, please remember to include in your prayers all who are sick, injured or those who may need blessings in their lives. Now to start the week of on the right foot, here is the sermon from Pastor Barry:

Sermon for April 3, 2022!

Wow! What a difference a day makes and what a difference sunshine can make. I hope you all have had a great week and look forward to another great week to come! But, if not, I offer my prayers for you that your week will be better. Please don’t forget to keep others in your prayers – especially those who are injured, sick or have loss someone. Thank you! Now for Pastor Barry’s sermon from this morning: