We worship at the Elaine Smith Building – 700 Wyoming Street in the HEART of Boulder City.
8:45 a.m. Adult Bible Study
10:00 a.m. Worship
10:30 a.m. Children’s Sunday School
We invite you to join us each Sunday morning for multi-generational worship with a blended (contemporary & traditional) worship style. We are a church without a building, although we own property at Utah and Adams. Until we build our own church, we are thankful for The City of Boulder City for opening the Elaine Smith Building to us for worship.
We have a casual environment and everyone is welcome to come as they are and connect with God through music, prayer, scripture and preaching. We are known for a welcoming atmosphere with sincere hospitality. We invite children to worship with their families during the opening portion of worship. They are excused before the message to their respective Sunday School Classes. Sunday School at the 10 a.m. hour is for all children, preschool through high school. The adult Sunday school class is at 9:00 a.m. and is led by Brian Fox. Nursery is available for babies and preschool children.
We celebrate the Sacrament of Communion each Sunday Advent through Easter, and on the first Sunday of the month during the rest of the year. In the United Methodist tradition, all are welcome at the Communion table. We are guided by the Holy Spirit to the Communion elements, where we receive a piece of bread from the communal loaf and then dip it in the cup, receiving the blessings of the liturgist and pastor.
Our pastor is known for Spirit-filled and relevant preaching. If you would like to hear a sample of her preaching, please check out the sermons on YouTube (link here). Following our worship service we invite you to stay for a time of fellowship to greet old friends and meet new ones.
Being in community and fellowship with others is vital to our faith journey and helps to sustain us during good times and challenging times. Each week after service we gather for “Followship,” a time to greet one another and enjoy light refreshments and coffee.
Our church has an occasional potluck meal after church service. Families bring dishes to share and we are currently in the process of gathering the many incredible recipes together for a cookbook. On the last Sunday of each month, those who wish gather at a local restaurant for brunch after the worship service.
Regardless if you are sipping a cup of coffee while eating a fresh-baked cookie, loading your plate with some wonderful home-made food or relaxing after a brunch outing, it is always a time of fun, food and fellowship with your church friends and family.