Yes, beginning at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday mornings, we have Sunday school (or Sunday small group) for all ages, from children, up through youth, to adults. We also have seasonal, short-term Bible Studies.
Is there a dress code?
You are invited to wear what makes you comfortable. People here are dressed from shirt and tie all the way to jeans; from dress shoes to boots to sneakers. When you come here, you will be welcome.
Where is the church located?
301 West Maple St. Whitewright, Texas
Are my children welcome in worship?
Yes indeed! There is a place for your child here, especially in worship!
On my first Sunday there, are you going to make me stand up in worship and introduce myself to the rest of the congregation?
No, we will not intentionally single you out or embarrass you.
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If you don't have a church home, come be our guest.
If you have doubts, that is ok. If you have been hurt and are angry at God, the church, the Pastor, one of our members, another Pastor or church, we have been hurt and angry at times too. Misunderstandings and disappointments happen, but these do not void God's loving desire for you to be part of a worshiping, praying, serving, questioning, and giving community where faith, hope, and love can grow. If worship with us feels a little awkward at first, that is true for us too, even for our pastor at times. The important thing is to worship together and grow in faith.
From week to week our worship is a mixture of traditional, contemporary, informal, sharing, Biblical preaching that connects with life, hymns, praise, and more, We seek through worship, prayer, fellowship, learning, giving, and service to participate and discover what God's will is for our lives.
If we don't see you at First Methodist, we pray that God will find you faithfully worshiping and serving where He has called you to be.