This post is redirected to the upcoming events page.
We would love to have you join us for our Christmas Eve Worship services!
In the evening, we will have our traditional Christmas Eve services at 6:00 and 10:00 PM. These services focus on telling the story of the Nativity, as we go through scripture and hear about Jesus’ birth. We close that time of worship by singing, “Silent Night” by candlelight.
Again, we would love to have you worship with us, and as always, guests are welcome!
We are having a “Blue Christmas” worship service again this year on Friday, December 14 at 7:00. This is a place to come and lay your heart before God. This is a place where it is ok to be struggling in any way. One of the most glorious realities of the Incarnation of Jesus Christ is that in Jesus, God came to dwell with us in the midst of the brokenness of this world.
One of the most encouraging parts of the gospel is how God meets us no matter where we are at. God comes into our hurts and heartaches and pain. That is the hope we find in the Blue Christmas Worship.
What Can I Expect at a Worship Service?
Service will last around 1 hour.
Our 8:30 Worship is more traditional with hymns and responsive readings.
Our 11:00 Worship is blended with a praise band and some traditional elements.
A nursery is available.
We typically celebrate communion on the first Sunday of the month.
(Methodist understanding of communion)
What Should I Wear?
You can expect people to be wearing anything from casual clothes to their “Sunday best.”
Wear what you think is appropriate and comfortable, and we will be glad to have you!
When are the Services?
Sunday Morning Worship at 8:30 a.m. (traditional) and 11:00 a.m. (contemporary/blended)
Where Are You Located?
We are on the corner of Parks Road and DeWitt Road,
a few miles southeast of Saint Johns, Michigan.
Our Address is:
2965 West Parks Road
St. Johns, MI 48879
How Do I Join the Church?
Pastor Andy leads a membership class twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall. Sign-ups are available just outside the sanctuary prior to the beginning of membership classes. Membership class lasts for 5 weeks and in it we cover the book, “Key United Methodist Beliefs.” If you have any other questions on membership, feel free to contact us.
We typically have two times during the year when we baptize: once on All Saint’s Sunday (the first Sunday of November) and the other on Holy Saturday (the Saturday before Easter Sunday). Prior to baptism, those being baptized will meet with the Pastor. If you have been baptized in another Christian denomination, then you have already received a Christian baptism. If you have any questions on the United Methodist Church’s beliefs on baptism, you can read more here.