About Us

“The best of it all is, God is with us.”  John Wesley, founder of Methodism

 

Worship

John Wesley

John Wesley

  • Mainly traditional
    • Traditional and contemporary hymns
    • Occasional use of dance, drama, and songs
    • Organ, piano and guitar are our principle accompanying instruments
  • Worship includes a time for children near the beginning of the service
  • Child care is available for children 2nd grade and younger during the worship service

Prayer Ministry

  • We have an e-mail prayer chain
  • Weekly mailings of joys and prayer concerns is sent (mail or e-mail) to those who request it

Music Ministry

  • Our chancel choir for youth and adults sings every Sunday during the school year
    • Rehearsals are on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. during the school year

Missions and Outreach

  • We have a small emergency food closet
  • Our pastor’s discretionary fund is used to help with occasional financial assistance
  • P.A.L.M. (Provide a Loving Meal) Dinners
    • Sundays and Tuesdays from 5-6:30 pm
    • Hosted by several area churches and organizations
    • Held in our basement fellowship hall
  • Ruth’s Rest
    • A time for coffee, fellowship, and community in a warm room
    • Helf in our basement fellowship hall
  • We support the work of several community programs:

Our History

  • Methodism has been in the Klamath Basin since 1871
  • Our current building was completed in 1929 and dedicated on December 22 of that year.  It is the third building we have used.

 

Conference Camps and Retreats

  • Camps for all ages across the conference
  • Retreats and specialty camps
  • For information contact our church office or visit our Conference’s camping website at www.gocamping.org.
  • Camp scholarships are available both locally and through the Conference camping program

The United Methodist Church

  • We are a global church that includes nearly 8 million members in the United States and 4 million members around the world.
  • We emphasize God’s grace offered us in Jesus Christ.
  • We believe in the importance of growth in personal piety (spiritual holiness and perfection in love of God and fellow humans)
  • We express our faith in service, witness and social action
  • We believe that our faith is meaningless if we don’t act on it and apply the tenets of our faith to the issues of the day
  • For more information on the United Methodist denomination, please visit www.umc.org