Building Map

Feeling at home

So you’re new to the whole “Manchester UMC” thing. Maybe you’ve come to our building for an event like the Fourth of July Car Show, or a Joy of Music Concert, or the Social Justice Speaker series. Maybe you haven’t actually been on the campus, but you’ve driven by it. Either way, you probably noticed something: our building’s pretty big.

We want you to feel comfortable and at home every second you’re inside our halls. To help you find your way and make sense of all the rooms and floors, we’ve got a map designed for folks who don’t know a narthex from a Fellowship Hall.

Download and view our building map. It has photos to help you orient yourself from the parking lot, and it’s color-coded to help you find where you’d like to go. We encourage you to print it off and bring it with you when you come to visit us.

If you’re looking for how to get here, you can check our directions page for now.


Pastor's Note

The Missouri Annual Conference

Every year, United Methodists from all across the Missouri Conference gather together for our annual meeting. This year, the meeting will be Friday June 9 through Sunday June 11 in St. Charles. Manchester UMC will be represented there by Revs. Andy Bryan, Phil Estes, Winter Hamilton, and Jim Peich. Our

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My Chains Fell Off

Conversion is a key idea in Wesleyan theology, and was a central part of the faith stories of both John and Charles. And conversion isn’t about going from “non-Christian” to “Christian.” Conversion can happen in the lives of believers, also. Conversion is a change that is worked in the lives

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Pastor's Note

Charles in Charge

Charles Wesley was the poet of the birth of Methodism. In his lifetime, he composed thousands of hymns! His beautiful words captured the theology, the spirit, and the energy of the Methodist movement with vivid elegance. Charles was one of the children of Susannah Wesley, who was a profound spiritual

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