Worship with us this Sunday
Worship with us this Sunday

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Listen to last Sunday's sermon:

The Disciple's path is ... Disciplined

The purpose of Women’s Ministry is to “ …grow in every way and be more like Christ…” - Ephesians 4:15b .

You are invited to join us as we seek to grow spiritually so that we might disciple others and share Jesus with those we interact with in our daily lives.

Stop Hunger Now gets food and life-saving aid to the world’s most vulnerable people, and works to end global hunger in our lifetime. Established in 1998, we have provided over 225 million meals in 73 countries.

New Story Sermons

The messages from The Story series are back!  We started The Story about 3 years ago.  It is a church-wide study going through a summary of the entire bible in logical, chron0logical order.  It provides a foundation for understanding the broad Story about us and God and the principles we believe because of this Story.  All of the sermons Pastor Chris and Bud preached in this series are back in the messages page for you to listen to at your convenience.  We encourage you to use these sermons to refresh your memory on this particular presentation of the most important Story of all time. 

Check them out here!

First United Methodist Preschool is now enrolling!


First United Methodist Preschool offers a variety of classes for children ages two through five.  Our learning experiences are play-based using a hands-on activity oriented approach.  Large and small group activities are included daily.  Self esteem is fostered while encouraging sharing, cooperation, and respect for others.  Our mission is to provide a positive preschool experience for each child.


Click to learn more about our preschool






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