Pendleton Center United Methodist Church

Connecting people with Christ

We’re like other churches, but different!

Welcome! In many ways the Pendleton Center United Methodist Church is like other churches. We worship God, celebrate sacraments, and have Christian Education for our children. In some ways we are different. Our congregation is larger and younger than most churches. This allows us to offer activities, programs, and possibilities not found in many congregations. The most significant difference is our commitment to help heal spiritually broken people. Many of our people have been away from church for a long time when they start coming to church. The Pendleton Center UMC provides a safe, welcoming environment for people to explore a relationship with God from wherever they are on their spiritual journey.

You are invited to join us in seeking God’s transforming power in your life, and the lives of those you love.
Pastor Tom

I'm New What We Believe


WEEKEND SCHEDULE

Worship
Saturday - 5pm
Sunday - 9 & 11:15am


Sunday School for all ages
Sunday - 10:15am

MORE WORSHIP

Prayer Service
6pm on the first Monday of the month

The Gathering Service
6:30pm on the third Sunday of the month


RECENT SERVICE

Jesus The Christ

Exodus 13:17-22
April 15, 2018 - Pastor Tom Kraft


Christians have different beliefs than other religions. It’s what sets us apart. Consider joining us as we spend the next seven weeks exploring the ABCs of Christianity through the Apostles' Creed.

We worship Saturdays at 5pm, and Sundays at 9 and 11:15am.

Come as you are.


Employment Opportunities

We have openings in our Preschool and Mom's Morning Out programs, as well as a position for Nurture Coordinator to work with the children, youth, and adults of the church.

 

Click here for more information.


Seeds for Souls

We are collecting packages of ORGANIC fruit and vegetable seeds for Red Bird Mission in the Appalachia region. They currently have 55 families who participate in the program. Families and the elderly are helped out with guidance, seeds, and tools to create a garden to help feed their family and to also sell their produce at a local farmers market. This area is not close to supermarkets with fresh produce as we are used to. Remember - ORGANIC SEEDS ONLY! Check the packages and make sure they are organic seeds. These seeds are available locally at Walmart, Home Depot, and Lowe’s. The seeds at Dollar General, Dollar Tree, and Family Dollar are NOT organic and cannot be used by this project. There is a bin in mission alley to drop them into. We will be collecting them until Sunday, May 13.


Purse Project

It's that time of year again! Spring cleaning and soon you ladies will be "changing" your purses. If you have a purse that you are just not using any more, consider donating it to be given to someone less fortunate. We will also be collecting "things" to put in the purses - bar soap, body wash, deodorant, toothbrush and toothpaste, body lotion, chap stick, brushes, combs, little tissue packs, socks, shampoo, breakfast bars, granola bars, candy, gum - just about anything that you'd have in your purse (basics). A small denomination ($5) gift card to Tim Horton's would be an extra special addition. Collection will end Sunday, May 27. Please leave in collection bin in Mission Central.