Worship with us Sundays at 8:30 and 10:00 a.m.
All Are Welcome! No matter where you have come from or where you are going, you are welcome at Browns Point UMC! We are a community committed to offering hospitality, asking questions, growing in our faith, supporting and nurturing one another, and serving our neighborhood and the world.
We Love Young People! There is a special place for children and youth at Browns Point UMC. Childcare is available downstairs in our nursery for the 10:00 worship service (though children are welcome to stay in worship with their families, as well!), and there are special programs for children in preschool through twelfth grade most Sunday mornings after the children's message. Youth in grades six through twelve meet each Sunday evening for fellowship and spiritual growth.
We Are a Reconciling Congregation! BPUMC joyfully embraces God’s acceptance and love of all people. We affirm that all individuals are persons of sacred worth. We welcome the full participation in our church of everyone, without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, education, marital circumstances, physical and mental abilities, and economic status. We are committed to discovering how we can most faithfully include, learn from and grow with all people in our community.
Worship is comfortable and fairly traditional. We use a bulletin and do not have projection or video screens. Our music centers around the piano with a jazz flair, though we enjoy other instruments, as well. Our small choir is fantastic and brings a lot of energy to the service. There's a great diversity of ages in worship: from babies under 1 year to folks in their 90's! Dress however you feel comfortable: some wear jeans, some wear suits, and there's a little of everything in between.
Church can happen anywhere. It happens when we create learning opportunities that transform lives. It happens when we create safe environments where children can play and learn. It happens when education makes the path to citizenship a little easier. And when our sacrifices help nourish students’ minds and bodies. That’s putting beliefs into action.
Learn more at rethinkchurch.org