Are you searching for a quiet place to worship?
Tired of all the wrangling, loud voices and discontentment?
Looking for a place of peace over the troubled waters of disaffiliation?
Elkton UMC can be that place. We are your Bridge Church, where you can find vibrant worship, welcoming people and a non-judgmental environment. A place to rest and find God’s comfort. The people of Elkton UMC are waiting to be your partners as you journey forward.
As Joshua led the Israelites out of the wilderness and into the Promised Land, they too, were uncertain and afraid, yet God promised to remain with them. Churches in the conference are seeking to come alongside those left behind by disaffiliation, to serve as a bridge to support them as they discern what God has in store for them.
These Bridge Churches are United Methodist faith communities which are confident they will remain United Methodist. Bridge Churches will provide pastoral support, nurture, and opportunities for connection during this time of grief and transition, always in response to each individual’s needs, timing, and sense of God’s call. These congregations bring no expectation of church membership; rather they offer support based on the needs of each person and community. Such support may include:
We are a Bridge Church!
A what!? A Bridge Church
is at 10:15 AM. Coffee and breakfast items are provided.
Worship is at 10:30 AM .
Beginning in January and lasting thru June services will be held at 10:30 am instead of the normal 10:00 am.
Our worship service encourages one to experience the Word of God in both preaching and music. We proclaim the transforming good news of God’s presence among us, and love for all in Jesus Christ. We sing the great hymns of faith and also incorporate some more contemporary choruses.
Adult Sunday School immediately follows Worship Service
Child care is provided for all services and church school in our nursery
is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month. All are welcome.
You need not be a member of our church or a member of our denomination to celebrate.
United Women in Faith
– All women are welcome to join! The meetings are usually held here at church on the second Saturday of the month at 2pm.
Thoughts for the Coming Week
“True intimacy with God always brings humility.”
Blessings! Make it an awesome week!
Dates of Interest
Sun., Feb. 4 –Pre-Super bowl ‘Tailgate party after worship’
Tues, Feb. 6 – Admin Council Meeting, 6:30 pm
Thurs., Feb. 8 – Elkton United Women in Faith
Tuesday, Feb . 13 – Afternoon Lenten Bible Study begins, 1:00 pm
Wednesday, Feb. 14 – Ash Wednesday Service at Mt. Zion UM Church, 6:30 pm
Thursday, Feb 15 – Evening Lenten Bible Study begins, 6:30 pm
Friday, March 29 – Good Friday Sedar Passover Meal, 6:30 pm
Sunday, March 31 – Easter Sunrise Service, 7:00 am Breakfast to follow
Sun., Dec. 24 – Christmas Eve service, 7pm.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 46
Troop 46 of the Virginia Headwaters Area Council meets on Monday Nights at Elkton United Methodist Church. For more information contact them via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or click the button below.
Our Mission & Vision
Nourished by God, Thriving in Jesus, Serving with the Holy Spirit
By the working of the Holy Spirit among us we fulfill our purposes; to transform our community to look more like the Kingdom of God
The history of this church began in 1821 when the Elk Run Liberty
meeting House was built and supplied by Methodist preachers. A white frame church was built in 1894-1896 on this present location and called the Elkton Episcopal Church, South. In 1921 the church was
bricked and is now the Elkton United Methodist Church.