Worship at FUMC
Gathering for worship is a core value for FUMC. In worship we experience the presence of God and the spirit of fellowship as we gather to give praise to God, hear the Word of God preached, and gather as God's family around God's Table. FUMC offers a wide variety of worship experiences weaving together the ancient with the modern and contemporary.
Worship for the Soul
Our seniors are important to us. We recognize abilities change and sometimes memory disorders begin. Yet deep in each of us are those deep memories and connections including our connection to God. Worship for the Soul is designed specifically for seniors with memory disorders, their care givers, family, and friends.
If you or a family member would be interested in this ministry, please contact us! We'd be happy to give you more information. You can download the brochure by clicking HERE.
We believe that worshiping God is the deepest activity of the human spirit. In fact, it lies at the heart of who we understand ourselves to be. Worship is our expression to what God is doing in and among us through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Services are open to everyone, and you are invited to attend regularly.
*Children age 3 through 3rd grade are invited to begin in worship. After the ‘Time for Young Christians’ they leave for Kids Church. Children will return to the sanctuary to join their families toward the end of the service.
Regular Worship Schedule will resume August 26:
11:30am First Cup Cafe
Summer Worship Schedule begins June 10:
11:30am First Cup Cafe
Note: In order to give our Band, Praise Team, and Chancel Choir a much needed Summer Vacation, our Summer Worship will be in the traditional style. Please join us on the fourth Sunday of the month during the summer to hear our Band, Praise team, and Chancel Choir!
To inquire about any of our services
Wednesday Prayer Groups
One of our most important ministries is our prayer ministry. We have committed groups who gather at various times of day to pray for the concerns of the world and community, the congregation, each other, individuals, families, friends, and even strangers! If you would like to make a regular time of prayer a part of your life and find the friendship and support which can only be found in a prayer group, join us at 6 a.m., 12:15 p.m., or 6:30 p.m.
These are all informal with no pressure to speak aloud unless you are comfortable doing so.