Caseville United Methodist Church

What To Expect
We welcome you to join us. Our congregation offers...

  • Casual dress - come as you are!
  • Warm welcome - we're glad you're here
  • Vacationers/campers welcome
  • Children are welcome - we welcome their little voices!
  • Fellowship - refreshments are served after each service
  • Potluck: 2nd Sunday of each month (bring table setting & dish to pass)
  • Handicapped facilities, including a ramp and elevator
  • Adult Bible study classes
  • Noisy offering - last Sunday of each month (bring your spare change to send kids to camp)
  • General Offering - your gifts enhance our ministry
  • GLOW - children's church
  • Children's Sermon - Pastor Linda's special message during the service
  • Chancel Choir - for adults and children
  • Children's Handbell Choir
  • Prayer Concerns
  • Prayer Chain



Fellowship
There are many opportunities for fellowship as a United Methodist. Immediately following worship service, coffee & cookies are served in the Fellowship Hall.

The second Sunday of each month is Potluck Sunday; bring table service & a dish to pass!

Pasty making is a great opportunity for fellowship. You can spend a little time on Saturday with friends and help out with a fundraiser, too. Please contact Carole Henry for more information.

Fellowship is one of the many opportunities for parishioners to visit, share experiences or make a new friend!



Stay For Coffee Hour

There are many opportunities for fellowship as a United Methodist. Immediately following worship service, coffee & cookies are served in the Fellowship Hall.


The second Sunday of each month is Potluck Sunday, bring table service & a dish to pass!

Pasty making is a great opportunity for fellowship. You can spend a little Saturday morning time with friends and help out with a fundraiser, too! Please contact Roberta Stahl for more information.

Fellowship is one of the many opportunities for parishioners to visit, share experiences or make a new friend!





Communion

It is our joy to celebrate holy communion. At the Caseville UMC, we practice "open" communion. This means that anyone who accepted Jesus Christ by faith as Lord and Savior may participate with our church family in the taking of the bread and cup. Please examine your heart and join us in the celebration.

We will serve those in their pew who cannot come forward.

Grape juice is served as an alternative to wine.




"It's the Holy Spirit's job to convict;  It's God's job to judge; and it's our job to love"

                                                                                                                   Billy Graham