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Duncan Memorial UMC welcomes visitors to come and experience the excitement and commitment of its members to the service of Christ. For a first time visitor, a greeter or an usher will welcome you with a smile and an offer to sit with you or to meet you after the service to meet the minister or answer questions. We would be delighted to speak with you privately, please leave contact information in the pew information pad and the minister will contact you after your visit.
Sundays Starting at 8:15
We hope to return to the Chapel for this service as soon as COVID-19 social distancing requirements are lifted. Currently, all services are held in the santuary.
This service, held at 8:15 am, includes songs of praise and a more dynamic presentation of the Word of God. Communion is a weekly part of the contemporary service as are requests for individual prayers and participation within the congregation.
Sundays Starting at 10 am
Grounded in the tradition of the United Methodist liturgy, the traditional service brings congregants together to hear the Word of God, experience the sacraments of baptism or communion and communal prayer. It is a service of welcome tor new members, sanctification and dedication for mission trips and special recognitions. It is also the service to hear Easter and Christmas contatas by the Chancel Choir.
If you would like to speak to the minister, please complete this form.
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We know you may specific questions you would like to address to the minister or staff directly, please give us an opportunity to provide you with more information. Your private information will not be shared with anyone without your written permission.
Opportunities for Service within Duncan Memorial UMC
Bible Study and Personal Growth
Adult, Youth and Children's Sunday School Classes (On hold because of COVID)
Weekly Small-Group Bible Study
Duncan Memorial Women (DMW)
United Methodist Men (UMM)
Programs for Children and Youth
Wee Angels Learning Center
Soul-Ful Dinner (on hold because of COVID)