What to Expect
Columbia City United Methodist Church is a large and diverse congregation. Whether it's through doing home repair, drinking coffee, playing music, or any other number of things, we've got something for everyone at every level of faith. Maybe it's your first time in a church, or maybe you've been going to church since childhood - either way, you'll fit right in here.
We Offer Two Worship Times
Our 8:30 worship is the Traditional Service which features liturgy, hymns, teaching time, music lead by piano, organ, and choir.
Our 11:00 worship is the Modern Service which features praise team-led music, teaching times, and children's church.
Nursery care is available for all of our Sunday services.
Triple F - Wednesdays at 5:30
Triple F is a time for worship, community, and spiritual growth. Bring along the whole family for an evening of food, small groups for all ages, and worship. Join us on Wednesdays in the Spring and Fall.
FaithWeaver Friends - Wednesdays at 6:15
Open for Ages 3 - 3rd Grade. FaithWeaver, Friends incorporates Bible studies, stories, and games into an exciting evening where children through prayer and praise, deepen their friendship with God.
Fusion Student Ministries - Wednesdays at 6:15
Fusion Student Ministry is where youth and Christ are joined together to produce energy and begin to learn how to change and react in the world around them. Each evening of Fusion consists of games, worship, lesson, and reaction small groups.
The mission of Columbia City United Methodist Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ.
We will minister to over half of the people in Whitley County.
By offering a relationship with Jesus Christ
By making Christ relevant in daily life
By including people from all walks of life
By serving unmet needs both locally and globally
By advocating for social justice
As a United Methodist Church, we believe that Jesus Christ is real in our lives and that he has the power to transform our living. We know that God loves us as we are, and we believe we are called through Jesus to love God and each other for the betterment of the world.