Kemble offers two worship services
8:30 a.m. Traditional Worship Service:
Our traditional service is a Christ centered worship experience. Inspiring and thought provoking sermons, rich hymns played from our historic Peragallo organ and special music all come together to create a meaningful and vibrant worship experience. It's what the United Methodist Church is known for.
10:45 a.m. Family Service:
Our family service is a blend of traditional and contemporary worship. This Christ centered worship service has a mix of traditional Hymns and modern praise and worship songs, relevant biblical lessons and sermons that help show us Christ is still with us. Baptisms and new members receptions are held once a month.
When you attend either of our services, you’ll be greeted warmly at the door, and handed a church program, which lets you know what's happening. The order of service (what hymns to sing, when to stand and sit, where to find the hymns and Bible readings) will appear on the screens in front of you.
The Senior Choir presents worship music at the 10:45 service, September - June. Three times a year, Advent (Christmas season) Lent (Easter season) and September, the choir will present a special musical worship presentation.
Holy Communion is held each Sunday at the 8:30 a.m. traditional service, and on the first Sunday of each month at the Family Service. ( All are invited to participate in this rite; as Methodists believe everyone can share in Christ’s Body and Blood)
Bringing Your Children:
We welcome all children! You can be assured of your child’s comfort and safety, as all our youth workers and teachers are loving and caring and have undergone rigorous background checks.
Picking Up Your Children:
You can pick up your children from their classrooms after the service, and we invite you to join us in our Fellowship Hall for juice and cookies.
Children's Church is held every Sunday during the school year (September - June) for infants through grade 6 at 10:45 am during our Family Service.
“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6).