WHAT TO EXPECT
WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
Welcome Home! Regardless of where you are on your life's journey,
we invite you to let First Church be your spiritual home. We are
an accepting, engaging church with many programs designed for your
Whether you are a longtime Christian looking for a church, a curious inquirer weighing organized religion, or someone who just wants to belong, First Church will welcome you with open hearts.
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The two worship spaces each set the tone for worship at First Church. The Great Heritage traditional service is held in the sanctuary on the main floor of the building. The Chancel Choir and organ lead the music and congregational singing uses the hymnal. Often worship music is augmented by other groups such as bells, vocal or instrumental soloists, or liturgical dancers.
The Bridge contemporary service is held in the fellowship hall in the basement in an informal gathering with round tables. Snacks are provided. The music is lead by the praise band. Congregational singing uses a screen. The sermon is the same in both services. And there is a special children's time in both services.
First United Methodist Church
400 S Main St
Mt Pleasant, MI 48858
First Church is located downtown in Mt Pleasant, MI four blocks south of Broadway Street. It occupies the entire block between Main Street and Washington Street. Main Street is one way going north. Washington Street is one way going south. Parking access is available from both Main and Washington Streets. Look for the tall, bell tower! For a full map, click here. http://yhoo.it/1D5DojN
Children at First Church have several opportunities to learn about God and grow with other children. We have Sunday school for ages 3 through 6th grade. Youth group for 7th grade on up. And we have a nursery for infants though age three.
In addition to the opportunities on Sunday, during the week we operate a preschool whose page with more information can be accessed here. And during the year there are special events such as the Back to School Carnival, VBS, and the Easter Egg Hunt.
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Join Us Sundays
Regular Worship Schedule
Starting after Labor Day
9:00 Traditional Worship Service
10:05 Adult Bible Study Classes
11:00 Contemporary Worship Service
11:00 Children's Sunday School
Child care available 8:50am to 12:15pm
Memorial Day through Labor Day
10:00 Combined Worship Service
For your convenience we have included a listing of links to sites of interest to United Methodists.
Methodist Church Organization
|The United Methodist News Service||http://www.umc.org/news-and-media/united-methodist-news|
|The United Methodist Committee on Relief (Humanitarian Relief)||http://www.umcor.org|
|General Board of Discipleship (GBOD) Leadership Ministries||http://www.gbod.org/planning|
United Methodist Camping in Michigan
|General website for all camps||http://www.umcamping.org|
|Albright Camp, Reed City, MI||http://www.albrightpark.org|
|Crystal Springs Camp, Dowagiac, MI||http://www.crystalspringscamp.com|
|Lake Louise Camp, Boyne Falls MI||http://www.lakelouisecommunity.org|
|Lake Michigan Camp, Pentwater MI||http://www.LakeMichiganCamp.org|
|Wesley Woods Camp, Dowling MI||http://www.wesleywoodscamp.com|
|Lakeview Camp, Lakeview MI||http://www.lakeviewcamp.org|
|Heartland District Events||http://www.umcheartland.org/Events.html|
|District Superintendent Bill Haggardemail@example.com or 616-459-4503|
|United Methodist Info and Beliefs||http://www.umc.org/what-we-believe|
|United Methodist Social Principles||http://www.umc.org/what-we-believe/social-principles-social-creed|
|Walk to Emmaus||http://www.upperroom.org/emmaus|
|Lansing Area Emmaus Community|| http://www.lansingemmaus
|Cokesbury Publishing Company||http://www.cokesbury.com
|Chuck Knows Church||http://chuckknowschurch.com|
|Dove Foundation Movie Review||http://www.dove.org/family-friendly-movie-film-reviews|
|Isabella County Restoration House||http://www.icrhouse.org|
|Isabella County Restoration House Newsletter||https://icrhouse.org/newsletter|