We are following the health department’s recommending that the size of events and public gatherings be limited to no more than 10 people. So all Church activities have been cancelled. We are still posting our sermons online. You can still give to the church via our Online Giving
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- City of Lincoln’s Mitigation and Response
- Great Plains UMC – Coronavirus
UMCOR Relief SuppliesHavelock UMC is putting together Flood Buckets/Cleaning Kits and Hygiene Kits based on UMCOR’s Relief Supply Kits. Follow the link to find out what each kit includes. Please bring them to the church and we will get them to the District Office to be sent to help flood victims.
Great Plains Disaster Response FundPlease consider giving to the Great Plains Disaster Response Fund. 975/410101. Giving to this fund will allow for quicker response to people who need the help. Donate Here Read Full Story Here
Welcome Rev. Todd KargesThe Rev. Todd Karges will join Havelock United Methodist Church as its pastor effective July 1. He succeeds Rev. Amy Seifert, who has been appointed to Central United Methodist Church in Lawrence, Kansas. Our new pastor has served 12 churches in his approximately 40 years of ministry. He most recently served congregations in Broken Bow, Lexington, and Nebraska City. He earned a bachelor’s of music education degree from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, and a master’s of divinity from Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City. His most recent trainings include the Two Year Academy for Spiritual Formation and the Walk to Emmaus from Upper Room Ministries. Pastor Todd loves to use music in his sermons and encourages all kinds of music and musical groups in worship. He is passionate about helping people grow in their faith and teaching them to become disciples of Christ.
Learn more about our worship services. Check out our sermon archive. We at Havelock United Methodist Church have been proud to serve our northeast Lincoln, Nebraska, neighborhood for 126 years. Much has changed about our community since the first church structure was consecrated in 1890, but our resolve to be the hands and feet of Christ in today’s world has not wavered. We sum up our mission as three important points:
- Love God
- Love our neighbors
- Make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.