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They have arrived

“Pastor Scott, Meagan, and Leo Marsh are excited to be appointed to Coldwater UMC. Pastor Scott has a bachelor’s degree from WMU in Environmental Studies and Earth Science, and a Master of Divinity from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary. Meagan has a bachelor’s degree from GVSU in History and Anthropology. They welcomed Leo into their family in Aug of 2021 and life hasn’t been the same since. Scott enjoys a number of hobbies: homebrewing beer, woodworking, gardening, backpacking and cooking. Meagan is an active reader, Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter fan, and loves going to the county fair. The Marsh family also includes their corgi mix Rori, and a Siamese cat named Winnifred. 


Scott felt a call into ministry in college and after working as a Youth Director and as a Assistant Pastor at the WMU Wesley Foundation. He then attended seminary where he studied Greek, won an award for a paper on creation care, and discovered a passion for preaching Liberation Theology. The Marsh family is affirming and reconciling, believing firmly in the abundant love of God for all people, created in love by love and for love. The Marsh family is also committed to the work of ANTI racism, and environmental justice. 


Scott serves on the MI Conference UMC Board of Young People’s Ministry as Co-Chair and was the board chair of the CMU Wesley Foundation with his term ending this June. Scott is currently writing his ordination paperwork and seeks to be an Elder in Full Connection by next summer.


They are so excited to meet all of you! They pray that God can use their gifts, graces, and skills to lead our congregation and help build the “Kin-dom” of God here. 


May peace be with you.”


Thank you, 


Candy donations are being collected.  They can be placed near the elevator. 


If you would like to participate in decorating your car, please sign up outside of Friend's Place or contact the office.

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Charge Conference
December 11th, 2022


Food and Drink


Service with Our Neighbors and Stewardship Kick-off

"Return to our Roots! Join us for worship on September 25th for a single 10 am service and a potluck directly following as we kick off our Stewardship campaign. The United Women in Faith have graciously offered to provide a main course/meat. So, bring your work gloves and a side dish to pass for this church fellowship and workday. After worship, and our shared potluck, we will work around the church/church grounds on various projects: cleaning rooms, grounds clean up, etc."  

Christmas Tree Cookies


Christmas Cantata

Christmas Music Special