General Worship Information

Worship – 9 am on Sunday
Join us each Sunday for in-person Worship Services in our Sanctuary.

We also offer our livestream service that is also posted to our website, YouTube and on Facebook. You can view all our online services here.

Please join us! Worship includes a children’s message and great music. Children’s Sunday school, Youth, and Adult Sunday school are also meeting in-person and online. 

Contact for more information.

Children’s, Youth, and Adult Sunday School also meet on Sundays during the school year.


If you have missed a recent Worship Service you can watch it online here.


What are the characteristics or marks of a Methodist? The term ‘methodist’ was put on the early movement as one of derision because they closely followed a disciplined method to living out their faith in community. For generations since, the people called Methodist have passed on their method of thinking and behaving through music, meals, and shared mission all as a means of grace. It’s almost like this the recipe for making a Methodist! Join us as we explore 8 essential ingredients to being a Methodist.

April 7, 2024: Methodical Thinking – Mark 7:1-23

We believe the Christian faith was revealed in Scripture, illumined by tradition, vivified in personal experience and confirmed by reason. This method of thinking and interpreting scriptures is not prescribed in the Bible, but Jesus uses this rubric in his ministry. Join us as we explore our distinctive theological emphasis to the Christian faith.

April 14, 2024: Methodical Behavior – Matthew 22:34-40

From the beginning Methodists were driven by personal & social renewal. This wasn’t just some band of activists sweeping the country, they were a group of people committed to personal & social holiness via a set of General Rules for living so that God could transform their lives & our world. Join us as we see how we gotta ‘walk the walk’ when making a Methodist.

April 21, 2024: Methodical Stewardship – Gen 1:26-30; Matthew 9:23-26

Methodists believe that all that we have – people, resources, our planet- are all gift from God. We have a responsibility to use and share these gifts in ways that reflect God’s abundant grace. Join us we explore how to gain, save, and give all that we can following our method of stewardship

April 28, 2024: Methodical Music – Psalm 100

The Methodist Movement swept across Britain & America because they not only met people’s physical & social needs and Methodists made the gospel accessible to the average person who did not read. The Wesley’s wrote hymns to teach the old, old, story of Jesus & his love to as many people who would receive it. Join us as we explore (and sing) a few Wesleyan hymns.

May 5, 2024: Methodical Means of Grace – John 13:1-20

Participating in the means of grace – tangible ways that God’s love is conveyed to people – is an important ingredient in making a Methodist. Our sacraments of Communion and Baptism are the primary means of grace instituted by Jesus. There are others, including confirmation, as we will see in this sermon focusing on Jesus washing his disciples’ feet.

May 12, 2024: Methodical Transformation – Rev. 21:1-6a

Methodists believe that the restoration and perfecting of all is broken by sin is already underway. So, we are empowered by The Holy Spirit to not only experience transformed lives but to live in ways that transform the world. Join us as we look at the Social Holiness movement including our newly updated Social Principles.

May 19, 2024: Methodical Unity – 2 Kings 10:15; Ephesians 4:1-7, 11-3

Christians, including our own tribe of the faith, have suffered many divisions on important matters of faith. On what basis do Methodist seek Christian Unity for the sake of outreach and mission? Join us as we seek universal – or Catholic- spirit common to all who love God in Christ.

May 26, 2024: Methodical Laity – Lay preacher

Until modern history, Methodist have been a lay-led movement. Laity are still the backbone of every Methodist Church. Join us as we hear from some of our lay persons (or a lay person) on what has made them a Methodist.