Worship at Exton UMC

 

 

Welcome to Exton UMC, we are a family of faith and our doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey. As you walk through our doors, you will find ministries for every age group.

We invite you to worship with us at 10:00 AM childcare is available during the service for children under 3 years old.

At the 10:00 a.m. Worship Service we have three Sunday school classes for children preschool through 4th grade. Please note that all our Sunday School Teachers and Nursery workers have cleared background checks with the Pennsylvania State Department.

At our worship services, you will be refreshed by the high-energy worship experience. You will encounter God in through songs, prayers and hearing from God’s Word. We provide a contemporary worship experience. Come as you are, with the expectation that you will encounter God in our sanctuary.

Sunday School

Children’s Sunday School is available for  children preschool through 4th grade and divided onto age appropriate groups. During the Sunday School Classes children will have an opportunity to learn Biblical truths through fun activities, story time, and crafts.

Childcare

Childcare is available during our Sunday morning worship service.  Our loving caregivers are licensed and certified. Our child care providers have gone through a safe sanctuary training and passed criminal background checks. 

Sunday Luncheon

Join us for fellowship and food as we grow together as a church community. We provide occasional luncheons following the worship service.  Long-time members, new members and visitors have an opportunity to meet and get to know one another.

 

Still Waters: a contemplative worship experience

Every third Wednesday of the month we have a Still Waters service. This is a contemplative worship service, where you are invited to spend time in silence and mediate on the Scriptures. Through prayer and quite meditation you will be refreshed by the One who promises Living waters.

Read Lorretta's testimony regarding the service.