200 Frederick Street
Thank you for considering a visit to our church! You are welcome to join us at any time, and we hope that the information below will be helpful to you.
REGULAR WORSHIP SCHEDULE
5:30 pm - Worship Service
Sunday Morning :
8:00 AM – Worship Service
9:15 AM – Sunday School for all ages
10:30 AM – Worship Service
Trained church volunteers provide children's ministry through our nursery during both Sunday morning worship services for newborns to kindergarten age children. To volunteer for the nursery, please call the Church office.
Where should I park?
The main parking lot is located behind the church and can be accessed from both Centennial Avenue and Walnut Street. The driveway beside the church (Mezzanine Drive) is reserved for handicap parking and the sliding glass doors under the overhang lead to the elevator. There is additional parking across Centennial Avenue behind the store fronts and across Frederick Street behind Liberty Tax Service.
What are the services like?
Our traditional worship services use classic hymns led by our pipe organ and choir. Regardless which service you choose, it is important to us that you experience the Presence of God through biblical teaching, prayer, music, and silence.
What should I wear?
You should wear whatever you wish to worship. Some folks will be wearing business style attire (suit & tie or dresses) but many dress more casually. We encourage you to come as you are. It is more important to bring your heart and life to God than the right outfit.
Are the facilities accessible to all?
Wheelchair access is available to all levels through our elevator located just inside the sliding glass doors under the overhang. Greeters are posted at every door and outside the sanctuary to help guide you. There is an open row on the left side of the sanctuary for wheelchair seating. Please ask the ushers if you are in need of any type of assistance.
Where can I get information when I arrive?
We suggest that visitors stop at the Connection Center in the narthex (lobby) just outside the sanctuary. Also, Greeters and Ushers are on duty at various locations around the church building and Sanctuary and would be happy to assist you.
What about giving money during worship?
Christians believe that all we have is a gift from God. Christ calls us to share our time, talents and money in response to His grace. We therefore receive an offering at each worship service – it is not a requirement, but it is an opportunity for worshipers to respond to God's grace in a tangible way. These offerings are used to support the ministry of the church and to care for our community.
What about Christian Education opportunities?
Learning our faith is critical for living our faith. There are Sunday School classes and other educational opportunities for all ages.
What other things are happening at First United Methodist Church?
We are committed to making disciples by caring for our neighbors as Jesus would. Please browse through the rest of our website for information about the many things going on at both campuses!