Welcome to University United Methodist Church (UUMC). 


You are welcome whether you are young or old; widowed, divorced, married, or single; whether you come with kids or grandkids in tow, or with loved ones who are aging or of differing abilities.

You are welcome however you identify culturally, racially or ethnically, whether you are gay, straight, lesbian, trans, queer; no matter your gender identity or expression, native tongue or immigration status.

Whether you are a life-long church member or just exploring spirituality and faith for the first time - you are a beloved child of God and

you are welcome here.

Come as you are - with your faith, doubts and questions! 
Your presence will be a blessing.



Sundays @ 10:30 am

Weekly worship is in person again at UUMC.  We welcome you to join us as we sing, read scripture, pray and listen to a message. Due to COVID, we ask that people wear a mask and socially distance themselves

from others.


We gather for worship at 10:30 a.m.

on Sunday mornings. Please join us and then plan to stay for fellowship and a snack following the service. We would like an opportunity to

welcome and talk with you! 

If you would like to listen to one of Pastor Michelle's inspiring

sermons, please click here.




 Wednesday Prayer Calls are 

at noon on Zoom.

 Children's Ministry offers activities every 1st and 3rd Sundays for your preschool through age eight children. Check with the office for details.


Our AntiRacism Group, which studied 

I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness,  guides our  church

to becoming an antiracist

community of faith.

October 2021, in the tenth anniversary of UUMC  being designated as  a Reconciling Church.  Join our October, 2021 Monday night Zoom class which will delve into our belief that All are made in the image and likeness of God. And if this is what we believe, then trans people, like all people, reflect something of God, and not just in the ways that they share in common with others, but also in the ways that they are different. They remind us that God is beyond all of our categories, even gender. Our study will center around  Beyond a Binary God: A Theology for Trans* Allies, in which author Tara Soughers explores theology from the position of a trans ally―a parent of a trans young adult as well as priest. If you are interested in participating, please contact the church office: office@uumcp.org


 Pastor Michelle is available to meet you for  visits in our church parlor, or for porch visits, walks, or at our  picnic tables on our lovely lawn at University UMC. We can pick up coffee (Casey's coffee) or ice cream (Park 520) from our neighboring shops next door and meet at the picnic tables! If you are not comfortable in person outdoors, she can Zoom, FaceTime or set up a phone call.

To connect, send her an email!