Welcome

Welcome to the official website of North Olmsted United Methodist Church. We are a local church in the suburban setting of North Olmsted, Ohio. We foster spiritual growth through worship, prayer, and mission. We are an inclusive congregation; all are welcome in our church.

Our building is fully handicap accessible. All rooms are at the same grade level as our parking lot except the upstairs youth rooms. All doors are wide, and we have handicap accessible restrooms.

Sunday School Details

Sunday September 12, 9 a.m.

In-person Sunday School classes are back! This year, we will be offering an Elementary Class (Grades 1-4), a Middle School Class (Grades 5-7), and a High School/Young Adult Class (Grades 8-12+).

We will also be offering an Adult class, which will be taught by Craig Mueller and will meet at 9 am in the Choir Room, beginning on September 12. Craig’s class will study the DVD series: “Faithful and Inclusive.” All adults are welcome to join Craig’s class. Please contact sundayschool@noumc.org with any questions.

In-Person Worship Details

We are excited to announce that we are now hosting in-person worship! The doors open at 10:10 a.m. for the 10:30 a.m. service. We will continue to offer livestreamed and recorded worship along with the in-person experience. 

Special note for in-person worshippersIn light of the fact that the Delta variant of COVID-19 has become increasingly problematic, and as an expression of love for our entire community, we require all persons, regardless of vaccination status, to wear face masks throughout their time in the building. If you are ill or experiencing symptoms, please stay home and worship with us online.

Updated In-Person Worship Guidance

Masks: Must be worn at all times. 

Facilities: The main entrance doors, parking lot entrance door, hallways, sanctuary, fellowship hall, and all restrooms will be open beginning at 10:10am.
 
Sign-in: Please continue to sign-in for worship at the tables in fellowship hall near the sanctuary entrance. You may also pick up bulletins and submit prayer cards at the tables. The offering plate will continue to be made available near the back of the sanctuary.  
 
Seating and Social Distancing: All rows for seating will be available. However, please allow 2 empty seats between individuals, couples, or family groups for safe distancing. Please also respect safe distancing as you enter and leave the church.
 
Passing the Peace of Christ: We will continue to experience this time of worship from our seats with the friendly and joyful exchange of greetings made known through our faith in God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit.
 
Singing: We will continue to experience music without singing by listening, reading the lyrics of hymns and songs, and experiencing visual imagery displayed through the church’s new audio-video equipment.  
 
Fellowship: Please continue to offer fellowship with one another outside the church building before and after the worship service. A special time of fellowship will be offered after worship in the parking lot this Sunday, June 13 in honor of our graduates and those who serve as leaders and teachers for Christian Education in the life of the church.  Other outdoor fellowship gatherings are being considered and discussed by members of the church for the months of July and August.
 
Sacrament of Holy Communion: Small individual containers of communion elements will be made available immediately following the service for worshippers as they make their way through the greeting line and to the parking lot.  Waste baskets will be made available inside and outside the main entrance doors to discard empty containers.

Virtual Worship Materials

In addition to in-person services, we will continue to live stream services every Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. on YouTube! 


Events Calendar

If you would like to add the Google calendar to your computer or smart phone, please click here.

Free Community Meal

Carry-Out Only
Thursday, September 30, 4:30-6 p.m.

Carry-Out Menu: fish sticks, tater tots, coleslaw, a roll and dessert

The Free Community Meal is a mission of North Olmsted United Methodist Church with assistance from our friends at St. Richard and St. Clarence Catholic Churches and others in the community. All meals are funded by donations, and the dinners are prepared and served by volunteers. Menus may change because of donated food or food pricing. Additional volunteers are always welcome! If you would like more information, please contact us at 440-779-6634. We are an accessible facility.

Financial Contributions to North Olmsted United Methodist Church

Please continue to be faithful with your financial gifts by sending your stewardship contributions to the church office to the attention of the Financial Secretary, Ed Brewster. For those who worship with us in person, the ushers will have an offering plate available on Sunday.


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