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Join us on Sunday mornings @ 11:00am
We are thrilled to have Rev. Daryl Donnell, MDIV as our Pastor here at Memorial United Methodist Church, who embodies grace, wisdom and compassion. He guides our church community with unwavering faith by inspiring us to walk the path of kindness, love and understanding. We extend a heartfelt invitation to you and your loved ones to join us for a blessed time of worship every Sunday morning at 11 AM. Or, watch the live service on Facebook at Rev. Donnell Inspirational Sensation.

Congratulations, Rev. Donnell for completing the requirements to become  Provisional Elder

Understanding the Power of the Tongue” – A four week study in the Book of James (James 3:1-18)
“God’s Wisdom Needed to Control the Tongue”
May 7, 14, 21 & 28
(in person – Fellowship Hall)
May 9, 16, 23 & 30
(via Zoom)
In order to have enough materials available, please sign up in the Narthex at the information table.
Dear Beloved Church Family,
As we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ during the Easter season, let us also reflect on the hope and joy that Spring brings into our lives. In April, we witness the earth bursting forth with new life, reminding us of the endless cycle of creation and the promise of new beginnings.
May we use this time to cultivate gratitude for the blessings around us and to share the love of God with others. Let us embrace the energy of Springtime, allowing it to invigorate our souls and propel us forward on our journey of faith.
With warm wishes for a blessed and joyful April.
In Faith,
Memorial United Methodist Church

Praising God yet again for new members! And, they’re youth! Welcome Somiyah, Kaeleb and Kae’veon to the Memorial United Methodist Church Family

Rev Donnell and children

Reflecting on a wonderful holiday season with the Pastor, filled with joy, laughter and cherished memories

Rejoicing in Return: Rev Donnell shakes hands with Carlos as he renews his faith and reunites with the church, bringing joy and fellowship to us all!   

Rev Donnell with Rev Andrew Brown

Rev Donnell with retired UMC Elder Dr. Andrew Brown, one of the last remaining pastors in our area who was part of the Central Jurisdiction of The Methodist Church.


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Celebrate Bennett College
A Celebration Kickoff of the Sesquicentennial Anniversary of Bennett College
“Your Pastor’s Feet”
An Unexpected Friendship …
An unexpected friendship
WNCC Misconduct Policy