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Christian Methodist Episcopal Church - Starrville
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Join us for weekly Bible Study
Tuesday Evenings at 6:30 PM
(taught by Pastor Kenneth Cain)

The Season of Lent....2018
Throughout this season, Pastor Cain will post weekly scriptures, reflection and prayer.  Please meditate on the Word as we prepare to celebrate the Resurrection of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

WEEK 6 “Silent Release”
Text: Mark 15:1 – 16 (five verses are printed…)
“15 Very early in the morning, the chief priests, with the elders, the teachers of the law and the whole Sanhedrin, made their plans. So they bound Jesus, led him away and handed him over to Pilate. “Are you the king of the Jews?” asked Pilate. “You have said so,” Jesus replied. The chief priests accused him of many things. So again Pilate asked him, “Aren’t you going to answer? See how many things they are accusing you of.” But Jesus still made no reply, and Pilate was amazed.”
There stands Jesus before Pilate, who had the authority of life and death in his voice. He asks Jesus, “Are you, as they say, king of the Jews?” Jesus made no further reply, so that Pilate was amazed.” We too are amazed.  Why didn’t Jesus give Pilate, the priests, and the crowds a final discourse like the ones from the Sermon on the Mount, or the Last Supper?  As I think about Jesus’ silence, I see something far deeper than the silence of someone who just wanted to get this over with.  I see a Savior, making a choice to release all of those around Him to be free to pursue their   (Continue on page "A Word From Our Pastor)

   Easter Sunday Services
6:00 AM - Sunrise Service @ Starrville Church of the Living God; Pastor Cain will deliver the message
8:15 AM - Breakfast at Starrville.
9:00 AM - Sunday School
10:00 AM - Morning Worship
(Children Easter Presentations)

Usher Day Reflections:
Thank You for supporting our Annual Usher Day program.


Care Teams Gearing Upfor Church Fellowship!

Mark Your Calendar 
Care Teams will be onApril 8th
(briefly after church)


"Learning and Sharing Our Heritage"
Black History Month Photos

Black History Month at Starrville consisted of readings from the Youth and Young Adults. "Crowns" - the meaning of the many hats worn by women today and the life of Marcus Garvey and Nate Turner. Bro. Billy Cross lead the congregation in old hymns and songs.  Members met at the altar for prayer.  Several members displayed their African attire and old time fashions.  


Women's Sunday School Class Making a Clean Sweep
(Attendance, Offering and Bible Banners)

Glenda Houston, Peggie Pringle
(l to r):
Tammy Horn, Vanessa Choice, Glenda Houston, Peggie Pringle, Rebecca Choice, Lola Choice, Mae Lois Jones, Glendia Beasley, Amy Ford, Olivia Browning


TEAM Starrville....

Starr ville CME Church recognizes and promotes academic excellence.  Each school grading period, students are recognized for their academic accomplishments.  We want to encourage all students to work hard in school and always display excellent citizenship.

(L to R) - Row 1 - KJ Cook, Clay Mitchell, Colton Davis, Caleb Hall, 
Row 2 - Kya Cook, Amera Davis, Kendall London, Akera Davis, QuDarium McMiller, Kentrell Wooten, Kynedi Browning.

Sunday School, Worship and Fellowship at Starrville



Intercessory Prayer Request

Prayer is an important part of our communication to God.  God wants us to pray for one another.   Intercessory prayer reflects God’s character of love and mercy toward us. When praying for one another, we must look beyond our personal needs and grow in compassion for others.  If you desire prayer from the Intercessory Prayer Team please submit your request by clicking the link above.  Your request will go to Pastor Cain and the Intercessory Prayer Team. 

... “the effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.” James 5:16 


"Click" on the CME Logo to view the Connectional CME Website.  

The Mission of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

The Christian Methodist Episcopal Church is called to serve the present age as a sign and instrument of God’s saving grace, making disciples for Christ, nurturing them through preaching and teaching the Word of God, through Christ centered worship, prophetic witness and effective service.”



Hebrews 10:25
Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.

Our doors are open to anyone seeking a place to worship. We encourage Christians to find a church because the Bible instructs us to be in fellowship with other believers. If we are part of Christ's body, we will recognize our need to fit into the body of believers. Starrville is a place where members come together to encourage one another as members of Christ's body.
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