Chuck Knows Church: Worship
Chuck gets a real workout as he explains the origins of the term “worship” and why it’s definitely an action word.
VBS programs keep up with times
More than a million kids take part in summer programs at United Methodist churches. Workers share ideas and innovations to make the most impact.
Chuck Knows Church: Amen
You may say it every day, but do you even know what it means?
Chuck Knows Church: Acolyte
Do you know what the word means? And what's with carrying the light out at the end of each worship service?
Chuck Knows Church: Affirmation of Faith
Ever try to summarize what you believe? It's hard! That's what an "Affirmation of Faith" tries to do for us.
Chuck Knows Church: Meaning of I-H-S
If you’ve seen the letters "IHS" around your sanctuary, you may have wondered what they mean. Chuck hunts down the answers.
Chuck Knows Church: Doxology
Chuck sings! Kinda. Bet you can't guess the name of the most played piece of music in Protestant churches each Sunday?
Chuck Knows Church: Steeple
What's the reason these tall structures exist almost exclusively on places of worship? Chuck goes high in the sky to find out.
Chuck Knows Church: Collect
No, we're not talking about collecting food or clothing, but something completely different.
Chuck Knows Church: Pentecost
Do you know what's the second most important day of the Christian year? Chuck messes with candles again and explains Pentecost.
Will you pray for me?
An intercessor can help carry the burden of someone who is grieving or in need. Read about the power of intercessory prayer.
Chuck Knows Church: The Bread and the Cup
In the second of a three-part series about communion, Chuck explains the communion elements and what they mean for Christians.
Chuck Knows Church: Usher
Do you sit in the same seat each Sunday? If so, why do you need an usher? What's their role?
Mental health care: Education is key
After her son’s tragic death, the Rev. Cheryl Magrini made it her mission to fight the stigma and raise awareness of mental illness.
Chuck Knows Church: Book of Common Prayer
If you're Episcopalian, you likely know all about this book. However, if you're United Methodist, you may have never even heard of it.
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