An early 6th century theologian described God as "beguiled by beauty.  "The Creator was lured by a longing for beauty and so set in motion a world of immense diversity and goodness. We were made for this Divine Goodness. We were made inherently worthy, not by our "doing," but by our simply being. All things are beautiful-no by a standard of "pretty" as seen by our eyes, but by an essence of sacred worth that is sensed by the spirit.

     This is the root and heart of compassion and justice. Practices of contemplation help us train our gaze to these deeper truths. In this worship series, we will dwell with the God of Divine Goodness, deeply in love with us, and practice ways to return that love as we fall more deeply in love with creation and with one another. Join us!

By Dr. Marcia McFee

Join us for in-person worship or online! Our service is held on Sunday mornings, at 10:00 a.m. You will need to provide your name and phone number, for contact tracing, upon arrival to the church. We respect each person's vaccination status. At the same time, we seek to protect people who are at health risk, therefore,  masks will be required while in the church building. The service will steam live on our YouTube channel as well as Facebook. You can also access our archived worship videos at your convenience on YouTube and Facebook.


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LUMC Office Hours: 9:00-1:00 M-F


NOTE: Most or all of the following activities are likely to be suspended or are being held online until further notice.  Please contact the appropriate person listed below for an update.

Service Opportunities

CASA: Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire recruits, trains and supervises volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children in the New Hampshire court system. For information about CASA and the next training program in Manchester, click here.

Circles : Circles Greater Nashua (CGN) is a community-based initiative to assist people out of poverty and into sustained self-sufficiency, hosted at Main Street UMC in Nashua*. LUMC has adopted CGN as a hands-on mission with a commitment to provide dinner for participants and volunteers on the fourth Tuesday of each month . Please contact Connie or Graeme Greenhill if you'd like to help prepare meals for this program. 

 *145 Main Street, Nashua.  Park at 146 Main St, or in the large parking lot off Spring Street.

UMCOR* Early Response Team: LUMC has a trained Early Response Team ready to provide early help to those impacted by disasters such as storms, fire, or floods.  If you would like to join the team start with the UMC New England Conference disaster response web page or contact Pastor Amy.  One-day certification courses are offered regularly.

*United Methodist Committee on Relief 

Disaster Relief Donations: 100% of every designated donation to UMCOR* goes directly to disaster relief efforts. Donate directly by credit card or send a check to LUMC (address below) and note that it is for UMCOR disaster relief.

Small Groups

Mens Breakfast Group: The men's breakfast group meets for a light breakfast, fellowship, and study on Wednesday mornings.  We start at 6:30 a.m. and are finished by 7:45 a.m., but you're welcome to join for any part of that time as your schedule permits. We usually meet in the fellowship hall and occasionally eat out.  Contact: Graeme Greenhill, 603-425-4914

Knitting Group, 1st and 3rd  Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m. & every 3rd Monday, 1-3 p.m. LUMC library or classroom 11
Contact: Karen West, 603-434-3821

Jubilee Women’s Circle, Wednesday mornings, 10:00 a.m., Fellowship Hall
Contact: Judy Bonham, 603-505-2357

Small Group at the Towne's, Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m. 
Contact: Barb Towne, 603-429-1356


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