Join us in weekly Sunday worship services in our sanctuary.

We come together to glorify God through music, children’s messages, prayers, scripture readings, and sermons.


9am Traditional Worship Service

with hymns, chancel choir, and pipe organ.

Holy Communion is usually shared on the second and fourth Sundays of the month during this hour.


10am Sunday School for All Ages

Sunday School classes offer paths to a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.

Adults | Youth | Children


11am Contemporary Worship Service

with piano, guitars, drums, and vocalists.

Holy Communion is usually shared on the first and third Sundays of the month during this hour.

Children of all ages are welcomed in our Sanctuary. Nursery care and child care for young children are provided throughout all services. Special worship services are also held on particular days such as Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Holy Thursday, and Good Friday.


Holy Communion

The sacrament of Holy Communion (the Lord’s Supper or Eucharist) is a meal of bread and cup that Christ initiated. It reminds us that Jesus died for us, celebrates Jesus’ presence among us, and unites us with Christians around the world as we praise God for the gifts of grace and salvation. Finally, the meal sustains us as we seek to grow and live as faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.

We share Holy Communion on the first and third Sundays of the month during our 11am Contemporary Service, on the second and fourth Sundays of the month during our 9am Traditional Service, and during all Christmas Eve Services.

All who believe in Jesus Christ and seek to be like him are welcome to take Holy Communion. You do not have to be a baptized Christian, United Methodist, or a member of West U Methodist to participate. Children of all ages are welcomed.



The sacrament of Holy Baptism is Christian initiation. Through baptism, we are welcomed to the family of God. We acknowledge and celebrate the grace of God, freely offered to us before we were even aware of it. We confess our sin, and we make a vow to trust in and serve Jesus Christ as our Lord. Baptism is the outward and visible sign of our covenant with God, where we accept God’s gifts of freedom and power that allow us to grow in faith through the constant efforts of the Holy Spirit.

In the United Methodist Church, baptism may occur at any age and is a communal celebration which almost always occurs during a regular worship service. After the baptism, the congregation vows to nurture and support those being baptized—adults, youth, children, or infants. Baptisms are scheduled through the Senior Pastor.

Sprinkling, pouring, and immersion are all acceptable ways to be baptized in The United Methodist Church.

Tour Our Sanctuary

For more information about any of our services, contact Senior Pastor, Dr. Linda Christians.