Jesus said, "Upon this ro0ck I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Matthew 16:18
We are built on the "Solid Rock", come worship with us. We are "The church that can and will make a difference in the world"
You are Welcome!!!
Welcome and thank you for visiting "Mighty" Moore's Chapel United Methodist Church online. Please feel free to read more about our church and visit us! If you are not able to attend in person, feel free to explore our website, watch previous sermons, tune in on Sunday via Facebook, and via Zoom on Wednesday at 6 pm for bible study. Check out our social media pages. We hope to see you soon!
Rev. Dr. Edward J. Landrum was born in St. Augustine, Florida, our nation’s oldest city. By God’s grace he received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida, and his Master’s degree and Doctor of Ministry degree from Gammon Seminary at the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC), in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Landrum believes in preaching and teaching the “uncut” word of God. Just as importantly, he believes that we must "live" the word. That means take the good news of God’s grace and mercy beyond the four walls of the church and into the world to demonstrate God's love for all people.
Dr. Landrum shares these accomplishments to give God the glory. Please keep Rev. Dr. Edward J. Landrum and the "Mighty" Moore’s Chapel church family in your prayers.
GLORY TO GOD!!!
MEET OUR PASTOR
Jesus said, "For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat." Mighty Moores Chapel considers it our Christian duty to be actively involved in distributing food to families in need.
This photo was captured at the annual Labor Day celebration sponsored by Watkins Funeral Services. Recording artist Dottie Peoples was a performing guest.
It is crucial that religious leaders connect with civic leaders to insure that the voices of the people are heard and social justice can be promoted.
Above and right....Meals prepared for a local women's shelter by our Mission Team
Left... Annual Thanksgiving meal for Boys and Girls Club
Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. 2 Corinthians 9:7
2021 North Georgia Annual Conference To Meet Online
As we continue to navigate the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2021 North Georgia Annual Conference will be held online June 3-5, 2021. The Conference will include three parts: a virtual Clergy Executive Session, a virtual Annual Conference Business Session, and two live-streamed worship services with limited in-person participation.
Annual Conference 2021 will focus on the theme “Love is Making Room” and our Special Offering will go to the North Georgia Conference Ministerial Education Fund.
The timeline includes:
May 16 - Pre-Conference Briefing Webinar
May 16 to May 31 - Registration
June 3 - Online Clergy Executive Session
June 4 - Online Annual Conference Session
June 5 - Live Streamed Ordination Service, Live Streamed Memorial Service
The 2021 Annual Conference session and Clergy Session will utilize the same trusted online meeting and voting platform that was used in 2020. The platform will allow members to securely participate using a laptop or desktop computer. The platform will also allow guests to view the Annual Conference session. A condensed agenda will include only items before the Annual Conference that are essential so that the session can be conducted in one day.
Clergy retiring in 2021 and those who retired in 2020 will be honored virtually during the Annual Conference session. The Passing of the Mantle and Retiree Recognition will be available for viewing and download after the close of the Annual Conference session.
The Service of Remembrance will memorialize the clergy, clergy spouses, and lay leaders who died between April 15, 2019 and April 15, 2021. The Service of Ordination will include the ordination and commissioning of those elected to provisional and full connection membership in 2020 and 2021. Our pastor, Rev. Dr. Edward J. Landrum will be ordained as elder in full connection.
Both services will be live-streamed on Saturday, June 5, and made available for viewing and download after the services. In-person attendance at the two services will be limited to worship leaders, service participants, and a small number (to be determined) of ticketed guests.
We will continue to share information at www.ngumc.org/AC2021.