LifelongLearning

  • VBS in the Park 2024 Begins!

    Brecksville UMC is incredibly excited to launch our fourth VBS in the Park! Kids, teachers and crew leaders will gather at the Oak Grove Picnic Area in the Brecksville Reservation July 8 – 12. This year’s VBS is titled Camp Firelight and we will learn a new Bible story each day that lets us know…

  • Graduation Sunday 6.9.2024

    A Joyful Gathering Celebrating Lifelong Learning Did you graduate or complete a certification this year? Are you moving on from high school? Did you complete a college degree? Are you starting a career in the trades? We want to celebrate you! Tell us a little bit about your accomplishment using the form at BUMCLinks.com or…

  • Lectio Divina

    Mondays at 11:30 am, Summer 2024 Looking for a way to engage with Scripture in community with others? Join us on Monday mornings at 10:30 am in the Chapel (on the second floor) for Lectio Divina. Spiritual Director Jenny Gee leads us in this ancient practice of “divine reading.” Try it and see if it’s…

  • Camp Firelight VBS

    VBS in the Park!

  • Summer Sprouts

    Faith, Fun and Learning for kids from pre-school to sixth grade The focus of Summer Sprouts is on God’s remarkable creativity in nature. We encourage the children to use their skills of observation and listening to see and hear as much of the natural world as they can right around the church grounds. Children are…

  • Climate + Faith Prayer Walk – 6

    Stop 5 – the R’s of Waste Management Being conscious of our daily choices is one way we can better care for God’s creation. We’ve all heard the phrase, “reduce, reuse, recycle.” What if we also “rethink” our consumption and “refuse” single use products? Could we “repair” what is broken? “Regift” what we don’t need?…

  • Confirmation

    About Confirmation at Brecksville United Methodist Church

  • Climate + Faith Prayer Walk – 5

    Stop 4 – Trees Why are we talking about trees? Trees are a proven, affordable, natural climate benefit. Planting a tree is something that can be done today to help pull carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. How do you feel when you are among the trees? Listen to this poem from Mary Oliver. READ…

  • Climate + Faith Prayer Walk – 4

    Stop 4: Worship On the Lawn Many people say that they feel closest to God when they are in nature. More than 15 years ago, Brecksville United Methodist Church began hosting a worship service in God’s cathedral, outdoors on the front lawn of the church, on Sunday mornings from spring through fall. The experience is…

  • Climate + Faith Prayer Walk – 3

    Stop 3: Native Plants Native plants, like the black eyed susan and purple coneflower in this flower bed, are great additions to your landscape. They help manage storm water run off, improve air quality and provide food and shelter for birds, native bees and butterflies! The roots of native plants run deep. Over the ages,…