Think of Main Street United Methodist as your home away from home, a place where you don't have to worry about your past or present, the clothes you wear, your knowledge of the Bible, or anything else that might hold you back from church. Come as you are, and you’ll be greeted with love and warm smiles!
Don Bennett, Administrative Assistant, is in the office Monday through Friday, 8 AM - Noon.
We tend to be business casual, some of our members dress in suits and ties while others wear jeans and t-shirts.
Our church is equipped with a nursery for children under the age of five. It is located right alongside our sanctuary so your little ones are always within easy reach but safely monitored according to our Safe Sanctuary Policy, so you can worship without distraction. Sunday School is offered for both youth K-8th grade and adults at 9 AM. A children’s message is offered during the service.
Come early to enjoy coffee with others prior to gathering in the sanctuary. You can expect Bible-based sermons, and a pianist-led, traditional worship service with occasional special music. Communion is served the first Sunday of the month where all are welcome.
After visiting, we hope you’ll make Main Street UMC your homebase for journeying with God. Church is far more than a building and what happens here on Sunday mornings. We offer a variety of opportunities for you to connect, go deeper in your relationship with God, and serve in the local community.
If you are reading this then the questions most likely on your mind might be: Where is this pastor coming from? What is his belief in how God moves in our life? And how does his belief match my own thoughts and feelings? These are certainly the questions that go through my mind when I am checking out a pastor online.
I will answer these questions by saying the following: I believe that God meets us where we are, not where others think we should be. I believe in the sanctifying grace of God. Jesus said “Go forth and make disciples of all nations” I believe that all means all. Therefore, it doesn't matter who you are, or what you have done there is a home for you here at Main Street United Methodist. When I first went to church I thought to myself after all the things I have done there is no way that God wants anything to do with me and I was proven wrong. If you are thinking similar thoughts it would be my great honor to show you that you too are mistaken.
I invite you to explore, connect, and journey with us at Main Street United Methodist Church as we live out our faith in a loving God through loving others.
Pastors Life Verse: “28 “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. 30 For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” - Matthew 11:28-30