WE WANT TO MAKE DISCIPLES OF JESUS CHRIST, WHO GENUINELY CARE FOR ALL PEOPLE, BY TAKING LOVE AND HOPE INTO THE HOME, WORKPLACE, COMMUNITY AND WORLD TO TRANSFORM PEOPLE AS THEY STRIVE TO BE LIKE JESUS
Worship is a vital part of the life of any disciple of Jesus. We offer two different worship services, yet we believe in one gospel and we are one church. Our hope is that everyone has the opportunity to worship and to experience the presence of God. We also offer both of our services livestreamed for those who would like to be part of our online congregation. In addition services are posted online on You Tube.
Our 9:30a.m. Worship Celebration is one of our two worship experiences and meets in the main worship center. This celebration is more structured and features many of the hymns that have been sung in churches for hundreds of years. The music is led by the Normandy choir, handbell choir, and the piano and organ. We use a variety of worship elements to help each member of the congregation experience the presence of Jesus Christ in our worship.
Our 11:00 AM Worship Celebration is the second of our two worship experiences. It meets in the casual setting of the Fellowship Hall and features modern worship music led by our praise band. This service is designed to help you experience the presence of God and relate God’s Word to your life. We incorporate special songs, videos, and other methods to make you feel at home so that you can experience the presence of Jesus.
Holy Communion is offered the first Sunday of every month in both worship services.
We Gather for worship and fellowship to create genuine relationships and come to glorify God as the creator, redeemer, and sustainer of all creation. We offer two different worship experiences, yet worship one God.
At Normandy, we Grow in our faith through Biblical messages and a variety of opportunities to study God’s Word together. From Sunday school classes, bible study groups, and one-on-one discipleship opportunities, we can grow closer to Jesus and become more like him.
Normandy Church is always Going into the world by serving those in need and reaching out to those who don’t know Jesus. We are involved in many local missions and also send teams around the world to share God’s love.
Rev. John Guliano is a fully Ordained Elder in The United Methodist Church and has been in ministry for the past 25 years. He holds A Bachelor’s Degree in Education and Music. Rev. John attended the Ashland Theological Seminary where he received a Master of Divinity as well as a Master of Clinical Pastoral Counseling. Rev Guliano is the founder of Cornerstone Counseling and Consulting Services LLC where he is the Clinical Director. He is also a Ministry Assessment Specialist providing Psychological Assessment of Ministry Candidates.
Rev. John has been married to Lisa (Superintendent of the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities) from the past 34 years. They have two adult children, Robert and Marietta. The Guliano’s have one grandchild , William, who is two years old.
Rev. John enjoys music, counseling as well as leading groups. He has a passion for helping men struggling with behavior addictions and leads a group called “Men of Courage.” He also enjoys exercise and home renovations and financial coaching.
What a blessing your church family was to our children for Prom! Thank you so much for opening your doors and volunteering your time to our kids on their fancy, rainy day. The pictures are amazing!
Thank you so much for you gracious gift when I visited your church and for the zucchini bread. I always visit my niece when I am in the USA. God bless your service, and may you always be welcoming strangers.
My husband and I were looking for a church offering a Maundy Thursday service since we would be going out of town on Good Friday. We actually had a hard time finding one - but we stumbled upon your listing and decided to visit. We so enjoyed the music and the message and the opportunity to take communion during Holy Week. We just wanted you to know that several in the congregation came up to greet us and one couple offered to give us a tour of the beautiful building, as we had read some of it's history. We just wanted to thank you for the warmth and kindness shown to us during our visit. It was truly a blessing to find such a welcoming church and body of believers who allowed us to join them to pause and remember Christ's sacrifice during this special time of year. Thanks so very much!