We are excited to have you join us for worship and the other activities here at First UMC! During this time of COVID-19 restrictions, we offer worship both in the sanctuary at 9 am on Sundays as well as through our website.
Parking is plentiful in our lot on North Street immediately across the street from the church. You will see a large sign identifying the lot.
Enter the church through the doors on North Street, across from the parking lot. During this time of COVID-19 mitigations, it is required that you wear a mask at all times in the building. When you enter the building for any activity, you will be asked to sign in (for contact tracing purposes if necessary).
Once in the building, follow the stairway or take the elevator up to the sanctuary for worship. An usher will greet you and escort you to a seat.
Style of dress for worship is up to your own personal taste. You will find people dressed in suits while others will be in jeans (or shorts in the summer). Dress in a way that is comfortable for you.
If you have preschool children, a professionally staffed nursery is available. Grade school children are invited to participate in the KidLife worship experience during the worship hour. Of course, children are always welcome to remain in the sanctuary with their families.
We have small group studies at 10:15 am for all ages. An usher or a volunteer at the Welcome Center will be happy to direct you to the appropriate class.
Be sure to stop by the Welcome Center by the North Street doors.
It's okay to still have questions. If you do, let us know and we'll get right back to you.
We are a caring congregation,
active in service with our community and world. The people in our congregation are like you – trying to find the time and energy to fit everything in each week and keep life in balance. That’s why we set aside time every week to worship God. At First United Methodist, we believe that it is essential to deepen our understanding of God, the Bible, and God’s will for our lives. In our Bible studies and worship, all ages learn principles for successful living that work not only on Sundays but every other day of the week as well.