What are Sundays like at Summerfield Peace UMC?
Our worship services are a blend of traditional hymns, contemporary praise and gospel music along with a Bible-based sermon. They usually last around an hour and 15 minutes. Sunday school is held at 10:00 with classes for adults, youth and children. There is a nursery for children ages 3 and under during worship. You don’t have to stand up and be introduced or come forward for any reason. And you don’t have to put anything in the offering plate just for visiting SPUMC. There’s no reason to feel uncomfortable!  
What should I wear?
There is no dress code at SPUMC. Please feel free to wear whatever you’re comfortable in…whether it’s jeans and shorts or suits and dresses.  
Is there a Nursery available?
Yes, our nursery is available during worship. If you are standing in front of the sanctuary doors, the nursery is the to your right. Go through the double doors and you’ll find the nursery in the first room on your left. The restrooms are right across from the nursery.  
What do you have for my children?
We have Sunday School classes for all ages. Our children’s ministry – kids in kindergarten through 5th grade – meets regularly for missions and fun events. For teens, we have a youth group for grades 6-12. They also meet on Sunday nights for youth group that includes snacks, a program and fellowship.  
How can I find out what is going on at SPUMC?
Listen to any announcements made on Sunday mornings, look at the screen announcements before Sunday worship in the welcoming center and in the sanctuary, go to the Welcome Table just outside the sanctuary, and read the Sunday worship bulletin.
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Can I participate in communion?
All who profess a faith in Jesus Christ are welcome to partake in communion, which we usually offer on the first Sunday of each month.  
What do United Methodists believe?
You can read more about the United Methodist Church and what we believe by clicking here.  
Do you have other questions?
If so, please contact the church office, and Beth Duncan (our church’s administrative assistant) will be happy to help you.