The mission of all United Methodist Churches is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
At Main Street, we accomplish this mission by connecting people with God, engaging in faith-building ministries, and impacting the world through missions.
Main Street offers two worship services on Sunday morning. Our main service that is attended by most of our members begins at 8:30. Our second service begins at 10:30.
At 8:30, we worship in a traditional style, which means that our service will include liturgy and prayers that reflect our rich historical tradition and we will sing traditional hymns appropriate for the theme that emerges through the Scripture for the day. Attire is mostly casual, but some people may dress more formally on various occasions. This service frequently features special music including choir, bell choir, children's choir and instrumental solos and duets.
At 10:30, our worship service is more informal, and offers contemporary praise music and occasional hymns when they are appropriate for the theme of the day. Currently, it is lightly attended, mostly by families with children and youth. We pray that this service grows to where it will be filled with families seeking to know God better.
Children are welcome in our worship service, which offers a special time of Focus on the Children. Children's Church, which we call Kids Connect, is offered during the 10:30 service to help children discover the meaning of the gospel on their own terms. Several times a year the children practice special music or dramas to be celebrated in worship. This is an optional activity and is open to all school-age children and youth. Nursery service is available for children 3 and under.
Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month, Christmas Eve and during special services offered at different times during the year. We observe an open Communion which means that members, non-members, visitors and guests who have a desire to know and love Jesus Christ are welcome to participate.