History

Memorial United Methodist Church was established in 1950 when the congregations of Community Methodist Protestant Church and Main Street Methodist Church merged.

The first worship service was celebrated on April 15, 1951 in our present sanctuary. Just as they did at that service, the beautiful stained glass windows still remind us of our faith heritage. The kneeling pads around the altar railings, hand stitched by our members, depict stories from the Bible.

As we have grown over the years so have our facilities. With the addition of the Christian Enrichment Center and Jarrett Hall we have room for numerous youth activities, the 9:00 Contemporary service, plays, musicals and many, many other events.

We hear and answer the call of missions projects locally and worldwide-ASP, Agape, Cooperative Community Ministry, Interfaith Hospitality Network, Meals-on-Wheels and many more.

We proclaim the word of God through events such as the Finch Preaching Mission, the procession of the cross on Good Friday, Tenebrae, the Lovefeast, the Healing and Restoration services, just to name a few.

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