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Come and worship with us!

Join us as we gather together in unity as brothers and sisters in the Lord to sing praises to Our Lord and learn through His Word. We gather together on a weekly schedule.


If weather conditions make it necessary to cancel our Services, tune in to Channel 3 (WFSB) or Channel 30 (NBC) for cancellation announcements.

Sunday Mornings

9:00 a.m. Worship (Family Service)


Monthly Communion Service

We participate in the Remembrance of Christ’s body broken and His blood shed on the first Sunday of every Month.

Wednesday Evenings

7:00 p.m. Lenten Service


March 8th through April 5th

What is your style of worship?

The simple answer is, we have a blended worship experience. Our order of worship for most Sundays would include:


Welcome Prayer & Announcements:

We enter our time together with a prayer to the Lord to enter among us as we gather to lift Him high. This is also the time when you get to know all the happenings of the church, so you don’t miss anything exciting that God is doing in and among His people.


Call to Worship:

A responsive action-oriented reading to prepare us to enter into a series of praise songs. These worship tunes are chosen to get our hearts prepared to receive the Word of God.


Message to the Young at Heart:

We call the children and youth up front to offer them a specific word of encouragement in their faith and allow the young-at-heart to reflect on the Christian mentoring responsibility we have to bring these young Christians up in the faith.


Presentation of Self & Gifts:

During this time, we take an offering not only of our resources, but also ourselves as servants for the Lord’s use in this world.


The Word:

Scriptural reading(s) and the sermon. This is usually followed by a prayer of response.


Hymn & Benediction:

A traditional hymn is usually sung as the final celebration, yet while our service here has now ended, our worship has not ended because our worship never ends. Now go in peace to love and serve the Lord and to love and serve His people!


Healing Prayer Time:

At the conclusion of every service, an invitation to come to the altar will be given for those who would like healing prayer by the BUMC Prayer Team. These are individuals trained to intercede on your behalf and listen to your needs of healing, be they physical, emotional, or spiritual.