We are back to worshiping together on the Church Campus!!! We invite you to come and join us in the parking lot and join the church family in worship. You can either remain in your car or bring a chair. We will be practicing social distancing. Please refrain from hugs and handshakes and please wear a mask as appropriate. All services will continue to be broadcasted on Facebook.
We understand that right now some of you may not be comfortable returning to in-person worship for awhile and, for various reasons, you may not be able to present for in-person worship even if that is your desire. In an effort to be all things to all people we are offering you the following opportunities to worship on-line through:
Daily devotions (9 AM) Monday – Thursday and occasionally on Fridays
Sunday morning worship services (10 AM)
Surprise worship services
Bible studies (private group that if you want to join, an invitation will be sent upon request)
All of these opportunities can be found on the Pastor’s Facebook page – Carmen Montgomery Cook. All posts are public but if you would like to send her a friend request, that is most welcome.
If you need to speak with the Pastor, please call her on her cell phone at 989-745-4479.
Worship Times
Sunday mornings
 Sunday School 8:45-9:45 AM &
Service at 10:00 AM
Address & Phone Number
309 S. M-18
Gladwin, MI 48624
Church Office Hours
Monday – Wednesday 8 AM – 12 PM
Thursday 9 AM – 12 PM
Closed on Fridays

We have a desire to be more than what we are and we believe that God has a plan and purpose for our lives that is better than anything we could think of. If you are searching for answers, trying to deal with the stresses of life, searching for a church in which to raise your children, or you want to deepen your relationship with God – whatever your reason for coming to this point in your life – we invite you to join us in worship and in the life of the church. There is a place for you!

We celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion the first Sunday of every month. The Sacrament renews our commitment to God, to each other and to the world. The Sacrament reminds us of Christ’s sacrificial life and subsequent victory over death and our call to proclaim these things until Christ comes again. United Methodists practice an “open table” meaning that all people, whether baptized, believer, or seeking, are welcome at the Lord’s table. Gluten free bread is provided.