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About Manchester UMC

Welcome

We extend God’s love and grace to ALL people. Therefore, as we journey toward a greater understanding of one another, we respect our human family’s diversity of age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental ability, family structure, marital status, socioeconomic status, education, political perspective, faith history and life experience.

Worship Services

Traditional - Casual

Saturdays @4p
In Person & Online
Historic Chapel

Modern

Sundays @9a
In Person & Online
Fellowship Hall

Traditional

Sundays @11a
In Person & Online
Sanctuary

About

Manchester United Methodist Church is a 2,600-member congregation that traces its roots back to 1826. The church is one of the largest United Methodist congregations in the United States and is located in West St. Louis County of Missouri. The church is an inclusive community where all are welcome.

Clergy & Staff

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Vision, Mission, & Beliefs

We are called to be an inclusive community of people who love Christ deeply, worship him passionately, and serve him boldly. We are called to make a difference for Christ by transforming church and community.

FAQs

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History

The story of Manchester UMC dates back to the early 1800's and new chapters continue to be written.

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Member Name Tag Request

New Name Tag Request If you are a member and need a new name tag, please Order a Name Tag Here. Please complete this registration form and payment of $11. If you would like to fill out a form in person, please visit us at the information desk on Sundays

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Sermons

In God We Trust

Throughout the centuries, “trust in God” has been a frequent theme in our prayers, our hymns and our sacred songs. It is certainly a biblical theme as well. There are 182 references to “trust” in the Bible, and most of these refer to us placing our trust in God. In America, our money even proclaims “In God We Trust.” I invite you to join us for worship this weekend as we take a look at Psalm 105 and at the refrain, “In God We Trust.” Does that mean that we expect God will “fix” everything? What about free will? How should we really trust in God?

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