Dance, then, wherever you may be, I am the Lord of the Dance, said he.

“When Jesus appeared to Mary Magdalene, the women, and the two disciples on the Emmaus Road they were still dancing a funeral dance. Their sorrow and pain still had to be worked through before they could accept the new resurrection dance Jesus came to teach them. Jesus knew that and helped them so they could dare to dance a new dance.” Click on the tab above labeled “Video Sermon Archive” to view Pastor Debra Armstrong’s message for April 18 entitled, “The Upper Room Dance, Part 1.”

On the road again….

Click on the tab above labeled “Video Sermon Archive” to view the message “Dancing on the Road to Emmaus” as offered by pastor Debra Armstrong.

Christ has died…Christ has risen…Christ will come again.

From the sanctuary of Cheraw’s First United Methodist Church, the Easter worship service by the Rev. Debra Armstrong, “Dare to Dance in the Garden” is viewable by clicking on the tab above labeled “Video Sermon Archive” and then selecting the April 4 Easter Service.

Behold…the tomb is empty!

The Easter Sunrise Service from the sanctuary of Cheraw’s First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Debra Armstrong officiating. Click on hte tab above labeled “Video Sermon Archive” and then select the entry “April 4, Easter Sunrise Service.”

this is my body…this is my blood….

The origin of many of our traditions, rituals and customs are vague or completely lost to history. However, the Christian sacrament of Eucharist (or Holy Communion) had a specific genesis on a well-known occasion. This tradition was initiated on a Thursday evening nearly twenty centuries ago when Jesus shared his last meal with his apostles when He asked his followers to “do this in remembrance of me.” To view a recording of the Maundy Thursday service commemorating the Last Supper, click on the tab above labeled “Video Sermon Archive” and then select the April 1st entry.

Everyone loves a parade

On this Palm Sunday from the sanctuary of Cheraw’s First United Methodist Church, pastor Debra Armstrong offers the message “Salvation Parade”. To view this recorded service, click on the tab above labeled “Video Sermon Archive” and then select the service for March 28.