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Dearborn United Methodist Church

Here at Dearborn United Methodist Church, Our Mission is To Be and Make Disciples of Jesus Christ in Authentic Community for the Good of the World

Celebrating 125 Years at 106 S. June Street

Building for the future

As we continue to move forward with the construction of our new sanctuary, we will be adapting to changes at 106 S June Street. We will still be holding service in Shannon Hall during the construction. We hope to be making good progress during the Spring and Summer months before seeing the new building start coming up by the Fall. We hope you will join us in worship and drop by to see how we are progressing. We will all miss our old sanctuary but many factors came to the decision to move forward with a new building which was not taken lightly, but we all should remember that the church is not the building but the people coming together to worship God and become followers of Jesus Christ. That proof can be seen in our congregation coming together to help to work on many projects for the church including the work of restoring the stained glass windows for the new sanctuary as we prepare for the future.

We take the safety and the well-being of everyone who comes through our doors a top priority. That is why we ask many of our members and volunteers to go through Save Gatherings for a background check and training. We always have at least one Safe Gatherings certified personnel at our events. You can learn more about Safe Gatherings by clicking here.

Monday School meets at 1 PM.

Service Times

Elementary and Pre-School Children’s Sunday School @ 9:45 AM.

Pathways Service @ 9:30 AM (In-person/Live-streaming)

Traditional Service @ 11:00 AM (In-person)


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5.08.2022 Sunday Service

Sermon Series:

The Promise Keeper

On the last Sunday in April, we began our new sermon series, “The Promise Keeper.”  God kept his most important promise to us by sending Jesus Christ to be our Savior and we celebrated this mighty act of God in worship on Easter.  Now we will be considering other promises that God has made and we will be considering how God has been faithful to keep those promises, how he is still keeping his promises, and how he will keep his promises for the future.

Holy Week is when we experience the greatest promise God ever kept, at least so far. So the sermon series following Holy Week is exactly that, “The Promise Keeper.” Through this series, we will revisit some of the promises made and kept by God and see that our God is steadfast, never changing, and always faithful. We can hope in a God who always keeps his promises.

May 1—”The Promise of Presence” – Joshua 1: 1—9; John 14: 15—20 and 25—27

May 8—”The Promise of Abundant Life” – John 10: 7—10; Jeremiah 28: 10— 14

May 15—”The Promise to be Faithful” – Hebrews 10: 19—23; Lamentations 3: 21—26

May 22—”The Promise of Eternal Life” – 1 John 2: 24—28; John 6: 35—40 and 47—51

May 29—”The Promise of the Lord’s Coming” – 2 Peter 3: 1—10; John 14:1-7

Mid-Week Lift Videos

Each Wednesday morning, Pastor Tere gives a short encouraging devotion on the church’s Facebook Page. To view the video devotions, please click on the button below. 

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