Worship and Sunday School
Worship During the Pandemic
Following the Platte County Guidelines, DUMC can start our customary worship schedule once again. After discussions the church has decided that on June 7th, we will begin our Pathways service at 9:30 AM and our Classic service at 11:00. We will still wear our masks except when seated, maintain social distancing of 10 feet in the sanctuary, and have as “touchless” of a service as possible. The Pathways service is traditionally lighter in attendance, so that may be a good option to take part in if you want more social spacing. Thank you for your cooperation which made it possible for us to start up worship in May.
We will still limit or cancel our other ministry services like our Children’s Sunday school for the time being until we feel comfortable on addressing any health concerns. Thank you for working with us during this time.
-Dearborn United Methodist Church
Sunday Traditional Service
This hour-long service utilizes traditional music and liturgy, but is comfortable and informal. Casual dress is appropriate. Holy Communion is served the first Sunday of the month and everyone is welcome to receive the elements. Children are welcome at the traditional service and there are Busy Bags available on the front pew to help them enjoy their time in church.
Adult Sunday School
This group enjoys lively discussion and Bible study. Guests are always warmly welcomed.
Children Sunday School
Children’s Sunday School consists of two classes. Preschool through 3rd grade is taught by Susan Fedrizzi. 4th through 8th grade is taught by Susan Matney. The curriculum utilized is Bible Basics.
Adults who work with children are Safe Sanctuary trained and certified.
- September 20 – The Story of Creation and the Fall
- September 27 – The Story of the Passover
Join us for our next Sermon Series, “Stories Around The Campfire: Old Testaments Favorites for Today.”
Pathways Worship starts at 9:30am!
Pathways Worship is a praise filled, family friendly, informal worship service that is a path to hope, a path to belonging, and a path to full life. Worship begins with a lively music set and continues with prayer and a message taken from God's Word. Children have their own short message with the Pastor and then they are welcome to go to a Sunday school class or stay in worship with their parents. Following the service adults and children can come together to enjoy coffee, juice, and other refreshments.