Worship Services

We have three Sunday morning worship services:

8 am – Worship service in Friendship Center (a more intimate setting to the left as you enter the main church entrance). This service includes communion every week.

9:15 am – Contemporary Praise and Worship Service in the Sanctuary (enter through the main church entrance).  Nursery available.

11 am – Worship Service in the Sanctuary. Nursery available.

Join us for refreshments and fellowship in the Friendship Center between the 9:15 and 11 am Worship Services.

* In addition to every Sunday at 8 am, Holy Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month at 9:15 and 11 am.


Starting 7 pm with Fellowship at 6:45 in the Friendship Center.
Join us each week for a video based message, prayers, hymns and communion.

Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship Services – 4:00 & 7:00 pm


LOVE FEAST – December 2 – Come enjoy sticky buns, hot cider and sing Christmas Carols at all services!

The early Christians met and broke bread together to signify their union, fellowship and love. In 1727, the Moravian Church revived this practice by establishing the custom of celebrating church festivals by partaking in a simple “meal” known as a “Love Feast.” John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, was profoundly impressed with the practices of the Moravians, and the custom of the Love Feast found its way into the Methodist Societies.

Although not common in United Methodist Churches today, we take this opportunity to testify to the spirit of unity and good will among people. The sweetness of the sticky buns and hot cider are a reminder of the goodness of Christ and celebration of the sweetness of our fellowship.

The Love Feast has become a tradition here at Jarrettown United Methodist Church. The fact that we are partaking during the season of Advent brings special significance to the meal. We join in this traditional service to listen anew to the prophecy, to gather as those who follow the star of Bethlehem and as those who celebrate the birth of our Lord in our lives.

Advent, the season of preparation, is at hand. The long-expected Messiah comes to be born again into the lives of his faithful followers.