Experience traditional worship like never before. Feel the sound of a majestic pipe organ that can both whisper in your ear and stir your soul. Experience the refreshing wave of more than 40 voices from the Chancel Choir accompanied by the timeless sounds of bells, harps, cellos, flutes and violins. Take in the sights of candles and the cross being carried to the altar, stained glass and pastors wearing robes and liturgical colors. Continue in tradition through hymns, ancient creeds and prayer. Communion is served the first Sunday of the month.

This service is one hour long.

We love and encourage children to attend service with their parents. Your wiggly, squiggly, boisterous, talkative, curious (and even crying) children are always welcome! We also understand if you need “grown-up” time during worship. See the options below for children on Sunday morning.

Sundays from 8:15 AM-12:15 PM for infants 6 weeks through Kindergarten
Infants are welcome in the church nursery as soon as your pediatrician gives his/her approval. This is usually after 6 weeks and the first round of Polio DPT shots are completed. Please do not leave your child if they have the following symptoms:

  • Fever
  • Heavy nasal discharge
  • Vomiting or Diarrhea
  • Contagious rash

If you have any questions, please contact Sirena Brock, Director of Children’s Ministry, at sbrock@firstmethodist.org.

Sundays at 9:40 AM, in the Parish Hall
n exciting service for 1st through 5th graders that lasts about 20 minutes and includes interactive stories from the Bible, prayers, and singing. Worship is followed by small groups from 10:00-10:40 AM where children have the opportunity to apply what they’ve heard in worship to their everyday lives. Worship and small groups provide children the opportunity to be in community with their peers and adult leaders in a nurturing environment. Everything we will teach in worship and small groups is based on one of three basic, but powerful, truths modeled by Jesus in Luke 2:52:

I need to make the wise choice. (wisdom)

I can trust God no matter what. (faith)

I should treat others the way I want to be treated. (friendship)

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