Place | Purpose | Passion

Sunday Gatherings

9:00 am: Traditional Worship

10:00 am: Adult Sunday School

11:00 am: Modern Worship

Nursery: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

K-5 Sunday School: 9:00 am & 11:00 am

6th – 12th Soul’d Out Youth: 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Worship with us in-person and on our Facebook feed.

Plan Your Visit

Faith is part of the United Methodist Church, a protestant Christian denomination that started as a Spirit-led renewal movement in the Anglican Church.  This means that we are part of the historic Christian tradition going all the way back to the earliest churches.  Faith is an intergenerational church, with people from 6-years-old to 96 years and older leading us in worship.  Finally, Faith is a friendly and encouraging congregation, meaning that everyone is welcome to share in the life and worship of our community of faith.

There are two options when it comes to parking.  Both of them have a number of accessible spaces.  You can park up top and head straight into the sanctuary.  Alternately, you can park on the lower level behind the building.  Our offices, nursery, and Sunday school classrooms are on this level.  You can take an elevator or the stairs between floors.

Wherever you enter, we know you’ll find plenty of helpful, friendly people ready to welcome you to Faith.

Wear whatever feels right to you and helps you to feel comfortable worshipping the Lord.  You will find people wearing everything from sport coats and dresses to shorts and sandals.  

Our two worship services each last a little less than an hour.  We are part of the Christian liturgical tradition, which simply means that we like to include different people leading in worship.  You will see 7-year-old acolytes carrying in the light of Christ and 97-year-old heroes leading us in a Call to Worship.  This also means we follow the church calendar, celebrating seasons like Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, Pentecost, and (extra)Ordinary Time. 

We open worship with a time of welcome and announcements, followed by scripture and song.  Our 9:00 am service includes mostly traditional hymns, while our 11:00 am service includes a mix of modern worship songs and classic hymns.  The sermon is always rooted in Scripture, while being relevant to our daily experiences.  Finally, we end each week by sharing in communion.  Everyone is welcome to share in the body and blood of Jesus.

Yes!  There is a place and a purpose for everyone in worship at Faith.  While our nursery is open all morning for children up to age five, we invite all our kids to share in worship.  They even have an opportunity to lead worship as acolytes, bringing in the light of Christ.  After a brief children’s message following the offering, kids are welcome to stay with their families in worship or head downstairs for Sunday School during the sermon. 

Our 6th-12th grade youth are encouraged to experience worship on Sunday mornings and come back Sunday evening for our Soul’d Out Youth gatherings. 

Yes!  You can catch both services every Sunday morning streamed live on our Facebook page.  We leave them up, so feel free to check us out anytime!

The vision of Faith UMC is

to offer a place, a purpose, and a passion for all people in the name of Christ Jesus.

A Place

“Come, see a man who told me everything I ever did. Could this be the Messiah?” (John 4: 29)
Like the Woman at the Well, Christ meets us just where we are.  He knows everything we've ever done and accepts us just the same.  And just as there was a place for  the Samaritan woman alongside Jesus at the well, there is a place for you at his side.

We all need a place where we are accepted, a place where we belong.  Come, find yours at Faith.

A Purpose

“The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor.  He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free ...” (Luke 4: 18)
When Jesus went home to share the Word, he shared his purpose statement.  This statement would guide his ministry for the next three years.

We are all seeking purpose in our lives, and we invite you to find yours in Christ.

A Passion

“For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me and for the gospel will save it. (Mark 8: 35)
Christ suffered, died, and rose again for us.  That is Christ's Passion.  When this happened, the world changed.  And when we meet Christ and experience his passion for us, we are changed.

May you find your passion in Him.

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