You are welcome here!

Here at Park United Methodist Church we believe that the face of God can be seen in six billion different mirrors across the world.  No matter the color of your skin, or the language you speak, or the challenges you face, you are welcome here.

No matter whom you love or who loves you, or what pronoun you choose to identify yourself, all sexual orientations and gender identities are welcome and affirmed here. 

Because you are a child of God, you have been made in God’s image and are infused with God’s grace, so you are truly welcome here. We welcome the full inclusion of all people in the life and ministries of Park United Methodist Church as we journey towards reconciliation through Christ.

Worship Service

Sundays at 9:15 a.m. in person or online over Zoom
Click to Connect

Messy Church, Saturday, May 7, 3:00

Messy church is an international church movement, “Church but not as you know it.” It is an intergenerational service typically meeting once monthly. It has 5 distinct values. All ages, celebration, creative, hospitality, and Christ-centered. Messy church always involves sharing a meal.
Why is it called messy church? As humans we are messy people living messy lives, and yet God wants to meet us in these messy places and be a part of our lives!
It’s a church for people at all stages of their faith journey and of any age! Just as in the parable of the vineyard owner paying his laborers equally, God’s love is freely given to all no matter where they are on their faith path.
Messy church is fun, creative, interactive, and casual.
We invite you to come worship in this new space and program, invite your friends! More information can be found at

Contact Jenn Rollins, Suzanne Collins, Lorrie Paul, or Trish Johnson with any questions.
Lastly we ask that you please pray for this new ministry as we move forward with a goal of bringing people to know God.
First messy church service scheduled for May 7, 3 pm. Join us!

Reconciling Ministries Network Member

Park United Methodist Church is a member of the Reconciling Ministries Network. Click to learn more.
Messy Church logo