Edgerton United Methodist Church
Monday, October 16, 2017
Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.

Worship is at 10 a.m. Sometimes it’s in the sanctuary, and it’s fairly traditional. Sometimes it’s in fellowship hall, and it’s more “contemporary.” We call that service Emmaus Road, or ER. You don’t have to be young to like it.

Faith formation classes for all ages start at 9 a.m.  Or you can share a light breakfast, coffee, and conversation starting at 9. Youth group also meets at 9.

Children are always welcome in worship, and there is a special time devoted to them. We also provide a clean and attractive nursery for children up to age 2.


What to wear
You don’t have to dress up. Wear what feels comfortable to you.
 

Where to park
You can park in the paved lot on the west side, or the gravel lot to the north across Hulett Street. There also are some spaces on Hulett itself, and a few on Fourth Street

How to get in
It can be a challenge to figure which of our five doors you should use. Three are handicap-accessible. Two have steep steps. Signs should direct you which entrance is best for you. Hint: From a handicap-accessible entrance, you can get anywhere you want to go.

Holy Communion
We celebrate Holy Communion (the Lord's Supper, Eucharist) on the first Sunday of every month, and sometimes other times as well.  We believe that Jesus sets an “open table.” Anyone who loves Jesus is welcome. You don’t have to be a member of this church, or of a United Methodist Church – or any church, for that matter.

Nursing Home Worship
Every Sunday afternoon in August, we lead worship at the Vintage Park assisted living center in Gardner. Members of other churches do this on other Sundays.