Metter United Methodist Church
Sunday Worship-Novemeber 1, 2020
With the upcoming Election on Tuesday, November 3, Pastor Allen offers some advice from John Wesley, the founder of Methodism.
Locations & Times
  • Metter UMC
    30 W Lillian St, Metter, GA 30439, USA
    Sunday 11:00 AM

Live Streaming

Join our live stream at 11 am on Sundays. You can also check it out on Facebook and YouTube.

Online Connection Card

Let us know you were here and watching. Click the link and fill out our connection card on our website.

Online Giving

You can give online on our website. You can make a one-time gift or set up a reoccurring gift. We thank you for your generosity.

In-Person Worship Registration

We are continuing to offer in-person worship at 11 am in the Sanctuary on Sundays. For each Sunday, we need you to register online. Click the link below to fill out an easy and quick form. On the 1st Sunday of the month, we will offer a 9 am in-person service with masks required. On these Communion Sundays, Pastor Allen will still serve those who drive up after the online service by the Fellowship Hall.
In-Person Sunday School—We continue to offer in-person Sunday school classes for all ages. Please contact your teacher for more information. Nursery is provided
Nursery Provided--We have begun offering nursery for Sunday school and worship. Children's Church also returns during the worship service.
Charge Conference--Our annual Charge Conference is Sunday, November 8 at 6 pm. It is on Zoom. The church will send out that Zoom link this week for you to join.
Order of Worship
Welcome & Announcements- Pastor Allen
Call to Worship - Cheryl Williams
Affirmation of Faith - The Apostles' Creed
Children's Moment
Pastoral Prayer & The Lord's Prayer
Special Music - Cheryl Williams
Scripture Reading - Pastor Allen
Sermon - Pastor Allen
Service of Holy Communion
Closing Prayer - Pastor Allen
1. To vote, without fee or reward, for the person judged most worthy.
2. To speak no evil of the person you voted against.
3. To take care your spirits are not sharpened against those that voted on the other side.