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​Absolutely every one is welcome regardless of spiritual background or lifestyle.

We meet each other where we are at in our lives.

As much as humanly possible we are a No Judgment Zone.

When it comes time for communion we have an "Open Table."  This means that if you want to come to communion, you are welcome, no matter what.  We use grape juice instead of wine.

There are opportunities for persons attending to share their needs and thoughts.


"God didn’t go to all the trouble of sending his Son merely to point an accusing finger, telling the world how bad it was. He came to help, to put the world right again." 

John 3:17 The Message

What:  Recovery worship is a Christian gathering of people who are struggling or have struggled with addictions, broken relationships, trauma, serious illness, or habits of life.  We're basically those trying to find, use, and maintain a spiritual compass in our lives to help us live better and be better people.  To do so, we rely on God, Scripture, the 12 Steps, and one another.

When:  Sundays at 4 p.m. starting March 1, 2020.  Afterwards we will have soup and bread supper during Lent (weeks leading up to Easter).

Where:  In our Sanctuary.  It is the building facing Thomas Rd.

​In our hope to reduce contributing to the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we will not be having worship services until we are advised otherwise. We will likewise suspend classes, activities, and meetings. This is a difficult decision and we hope you will join us in prayer for those affected by the outbreak and those responsible for dealing with it. We will update as more information becomes available​

United Methodist Church