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  • Farewell | Rev. Carnes

    Serving the people of Hudson United Methodist Church for these past three years has been incredible.  I am honored to have been your pastor and I am privileged to know and love the people of Hudson UMC.  My heart will always grow warm when I think of the families who touched my [more]

  • A New Parsonage | Church Conference & Capital Campaign

    Church Conference With a new pastor announced, it was time for our church to find a parsonage. The Trustees formed a parsonage committee which found several houses, but it was difficult to balance affordability, the stringent United Methodist Church standards and keep the home in Hudson.  The committee ‘backed into’ [more]

  • Our New Pastor | Rev. Dr. Curt Keller

    Bishop Frank Beard has appointed Rev. Dr. Curt Keller to be the new pastor of Hudson United Methodist Church beginning on July 1, 2017.  He is currently the pastor of Forest Hill United Methodist Church in Peoria, Illinois.  He is a graduate of Wabash College and Vanderbilt University.  Dr. Keller [more]

  • Worship in June

    We have several announcements for worship in the month of June! On June 4 we welcome guest musicians, the bell choir of Peoria First United Methodist Church, and we celebrate our out-going pastor, Rev. Scott Carnes, with a potluck luncheon. June 11 we will present scholarships and it will be Rev. Carnes’ last Sunday in [more]

  • Clean Up Day

    We will have a spring ‘clean up’ day at Hudson UMC on June 24 from about 8:30am-12pm.  Some of the work includes: pulling up several bushes, painting the pastor’s office, paint touch-up around the building, and various spring-cleaning jobs. [more]

  • An Open Letter | Pastoral Transition

    Sunday, April 9, 2017 Sisters and Brothers in Christ, As a United Methodist pastor, I have promised to move from church-to-church in order to grow the Kingdom of God.  Each year the Bishop and the cabinet consider my gifts and “growing edges” and consider the gifts and needs of each [more]

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