8:15, 9:30, and 10:45 a.m.
At First UMC, God is worshiped through singing, prayer, and hearing God’s word preached. We do not preach our own wisdom, but the wisdom that comes from God, as revealed in the Bible, trusting its authority and power to change our lives and allow us to see the beauty and love of God more clearly. Come expecting to meet with God alongside a loving and welcoming community!
The contemporary worship band is a talented group of musicians who treasure joyfully worshiping God through song in an upbeat manner. The service features congregational singing, and plenty of space for children.
Traditional Worship (8:15 and 10:45):
The traditional services feature congregational singing, piano, organ, and instrumental music. Our singing of hymns is led by David Baker, along with a choir full of rich voices. We are blessed to have Dr. Sabrina Adrian, a marvelous organist who also leads in this service. The historic liturgy of the church guides our corporate prayers and directs our worship experience.
9:30 Worship Service:
This highly participatory service is located in the sanctuary. It features weekly communion and Biblical preaching.
In all our services:
Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of every month. Baptism can be celebrated at any service, but we encourage you to speak with a pastor about scheduling the sacred moment. Senior Pastor Rev. David Payne and Associate Pastor Dr. Donna Magee provides spiritual leadership for the entire church.
Kids, What to Bring, and Where to Park:
You certainly do not need to bring anything to the worship service, but if you have a Bible, we encourage you to take it with you. We offer a professionally staffed nursery available in the Education Building where kids age 3 and under are nurtured and cared for, however, we love to see children of all ages in our worship services as well. We also have Sunday School classes for people of all ages. Information about Sunday School times and locations can be found under the "Get Connected" tab on our home page. Dress is typically more casual.