Review Us!

Manchester UMC is on Google Business. This is a popular site that people use to determine if they will visit the church. Think they should? Let them know. Write a short review and rate us a 5 if you enjoy this church!

Here’s how:

1) Be sure you are signed in to your Google Account* or Gmail. Go to and search Manchester United Methodist Church (do not go to our website). Desktop users: our information may appear be on the right side of your screen.

2) Once you see our information, scroll down until you see the section titled “Reviews” (this section will be located beneath “Questions” and “Popular Times”).

  • If you’re on a desktop, click on the ‘Write A Review’ button. This will prompt you to rate your experience from 1-5 stars (5 being the best), then write more details about your experience.
  • If you’re on mobile, click the heading ‘Reviews’ (located in the same header as “Overview” and “About”) then scroll down to ‘Rate and Review on Google.’ Rate your experience from 1 to 5 stars, then write more details about your experience.

Thank you for taking time to let the world know what you think about Manchester United Methodist Church!

*You must have a Google Account to give reviews. If you do not have an account, it’s easy to set one up.


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