The Mission of the First United Methodist Church Somerville,
"Where Love Abides,"
is to
               Bring People to Christ; Nurture Spiritual Growth;
Develop Christian Leadership; and Reach Out to the Community 
through an atmosphere of Love, Hope, Healing and Hospitality.
This page was last updated: September 10, 2014
                                  Somerville First United Methodist Church
202 S. East Street, Somerville, Tennessee 38068
Phone: 901 465-2627
Fax:     901 465-1411

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Are you looking?

For a new place to worship? 
For a different Sunday School Class?
For a fantastic youth group 
For an alternative worship service?

Then come  and meet us at Somerville First United Methodist Church
SUMC is supporting the 
Moscow Food Bank 

Our food shopping cart is located in Davis Hall 

    Please bring canned goods, and other pantry food items to contribute.  Monetary donations accepted as well
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Volunteer Opportunities
Kroger rewards program benefits Lakeshore Camp and Retreat Center
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Christian Activity Center Brick Campaign

Purchase a memorial or commemorative brick for someone special.  

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Wednesday Night Activities
Sept 10, 2014

Dinner @ 5:45 PM

Devotional Study @ 6:00 PM  
Every Day Simplicity 

Worship Times

Praise Worship Service begins at 8:30 AM each Sunday Morning.

Sunday School begins at 9:45.  Children's classes meeting in the education building.  Adult classes are available in the CAC, education building and the Wesley Classroom.

Traditional worship starts @ 10:55 in the Sanctuary.

Nursery available for all worship times.

Sunday   September 14, 2014       3 P.M

Unsung Heroes / Heroines from McKendree District will be recognized.

Dr. Daniel J. Earheart-Brown, President of Memphis Theological Seminary and Professor of Theology, will be the guest speaker. 

Bring non-perishable food items to be donated to Feeding Fayette. Their most urgent needs are for peanut butter, tuna and macaroni & cheese, but other non-perishable food items will also be gladly accepted. Additionally, cash donations are also welcome.

Reception to follow in Davis Hall

McKendree District Laity Celebration  Somerville First United Methodist Church
September 12      9:00 - 11:00 PM
Games and activities