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Join us in worship at 11am on Sunday’s we celebrate together in worship. Our liturgy ranges from traditional to contemporary. On the 4th Sunday of each month is our Joyful Noise Worship Experience. Joyful Noise is an informal and relaxed celebration with scripture, music, and participatory family friendly activities. This is a great opportunity for the whole family to worship together! We celebrate communion on the 1st and 4th Sundays of the month.

Adult Sunday School

Our Adult Sunday School gathers at 9:30am on Sunday’s to engage in scripture, books, and topics of conversation that are sure to be engaging and perhaps challenging. All are welcome to participate.

Children’s Program

Our children’s program takes place on the 2nd Sunday of each month. Children are always welcome in worship, but on the second Sunday they are invited to participate in a Sunday School class led by our volunteers. Other family and intergenerational events are planned throughout the year.

Toledo Food Share

On Tuesday’s and Thursday’s our church hosts the Toledo Food Share pantry. Years ago this food pantry was started as a ministry of the church and has formed into its own nonprofit organization where many people in our congregation regularly volunteer. For more information visit the website

Serendipity Women’s Group

This group is a part of our United Methodist Women’s ministry. They meet weekly on Monday’s at 1pm in the church. They discuss import matters of the day and cultivate fellowship and mutual compassion for one another. This is a group of caring women who care for the community and take care of each other and our faith community.

Strength and  Balance Class

This low impact Tai-Chi style class is designed for people with mobility constraints and aging bodies, but is open to anyone looking for a low impact workout. The class meets Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:45pm and Saturdays at 10am. There is no fee for the class, but there is a jar to make a contribution of your choosing to our professional instructor.

Methodist Thrift Shop

Our United Methodist Women’s ministry operates the Methodist Thrift Shop on Main Street in Toledo. This is a volunteer ran shop where people can purchase gently used clothing, housewares, books, dishes, and much more. The income generated from the Thrift Shop goes back into our community through grants to local area nonprofit organizations.

Come find us at 123 N Main Street in Toledo, OR.

Advocates for God’s people

Keeping true to our United Methodist Social Principles, we work in our community to advocate for a variety of social justice issues. Our church has long history of supporting and advocating for LGBTQ rights and inclusion. We also advocate for a fair and just economy, criminal justice reform, women’s rights, an end to racism, fair and equal treatment of people regardless of immigration/refugee status, and much more.