Temporary Worship Schedule

Our worship service times have changed temporarily due to our continued season dealing with COVID-19. Traditional worship is held at 9 a.m. in the Sanctuary, and our Founders Hall service is at 10:30 a.m. 


Children's Time is held at 10 a.m. in Room 211. Our nursery is open to children age Pre-K and younger, and parents must RSVP here.


For safety reasons, we will NOT have Sunday School at this time.


If you choose not to attend yet for any reason, please know that we will continue to offer online worship via our Facebook page at 10:30 a.m.


We are also offering a parking lot communion service every Sunday evening. This is a perfect worship opportunity for those who have health issues and cannot attend worship inside our building. 

John Wesley's 22 Questions

Download John Wesley's 22 Questions


Over 280 years ago, John Wesley wrote 22 questions for members of the holy club at Oxford. These questions reveal Wesley’s commitment to growing deeper in his walk with Christ. During this season of Lent, we ask you to let these questions be your guide as you prepare your heart for Easter.


Consider responding to the questions in your small group or Sunday School class or invite a friend to go over two or three each week together. We have also provided sets of cards featuring one question per card. For a meaningful experience, put the cards in a bowl and let a member of your family pull out a question to discuss over dinner! If you'd like a set of cards, pick up one at church.


Everyone is also invited to join Bruce on Zoom each Wednesday night at 6 p.m. during Lent to discuss these questions. Access the Zoom sessions here each Wednesday at 6 p.m. The Meeting ID is 890 1666 3078, and the passcode is 493519. 


We know this will help us all grow significantly in holiness and in love.

Lenten Worship Series

Our Lenten worship series, Together with God: Living into the Covenant

Promises, will encourage us to look inward and examine our commitments, our actions and our faith as we prepare for the Easter Light.


What did we as Christians sign up for? Beginning February 21 through Easter Sunday, we will explore the covenants God made with people throughout Scripture. It’s impossible to overstate how important the stories of Noah, Abraham, Moses, David and Jesus are to our life together. We can read the entire Bible through the lens of these covenants; indeed, we are called to see the whole world through the lens of covenant. Lent is about clarity, simplicity and intentionality. The same can be said about the covenants God has given us through Scripture. This is what binds us to God and one another! If we take our time with these amazing promises, we’ll see our path more clearly and know that we are on a journey together that cannot possibly fail! 

Susan and Stewart Eaton's Self-Care Book Helping Many

A couple years ago, when a teenager and her mom approached Reverend Susan Eaton for counseling to ease their struggles with anxiety, Eaton wished she had a resource to give them to provide the peace they sought. This encounter planted a seed for Eaton, discipleship pastor at Parkway Heights United Methodist Church. 


Months later, when her own son revealed his feelings of depression and anxiety, Eaton decided it was time to make the idea of a resource come to fruition. She joined forces with her husband, Stewart Eaton, a licensed professional counselor at Pine Grove Behavioral Health, to write You’re Gonna Be Okay.  


“I started writing my son notes and doing breathing practices and relaxation exercises with him among other things,” Rev. Eaton said. “Stewart and I pulled from our knowledge, gifts and resources to help him. This book was a product of the journey we’ve been on with our son. It’s also the resource I always wanted but didn’t have. Even though I saw the need for it awhile back, it took going through it ourselves to make it a reality.”


The book was written to serve as a loving guide and companion to help those navigating the darkness of depression and anxiety. You’re Gonna Be Okay provides readings, prayers, journaling prompts and online links to music, as well as other helpful online resources. Each entry was written to help readers gain a new perspective and better understand the emotions they're experiencing, all while restoring the belief that they're going to be okay.


The book was released July 25, 2020, and has been very successful so far. Several weeks after the book’s debut, it was the number one new release in multiple categories on Amazon, including the Christian Counseling section and the Teen and Young Adult Depression and Mental Health section.


Nicolet Bell, director of student ministries for St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church in Madison, MS, works closely with young people who face a struggle with anxiety and depression every day; and she highly recommended the book. 


Bell said, “The Eatons’ new book is so timely! In a world where anxiety and depression are so prevalent, especially in our young people, we need this truth. The book takes scripture and brings it to life for those struggling or for those who love someone who is struggling. It’s thoughtfully written and organized in a way that is easy to read (especially for young people).”


You’re Gonna Be Okay is currently available in e-book and paperback versions on Amazon. Learn more about the book and the authors at RevSusanEaton.com.


Band Together

Connection is extremely important. Jesus changed the world by forming deep relationships with a few people who would then carry on His work beyond His earthly life. He even said that the very credibility of His life and message in the eyes of unbelievers would be dependent upon the way His followers relate to each other (see John 17).


Learn more about BANDing together

RightNow Media

Have you accessed our free online resource, RightNow Media?


RightNow Media is an online library that works much like Netflix, giving you access to thousands of Christian media resources. These resources are great for a small group, a Sunday School class or for personal study and reflection. Parents of young children will also enjoy the multitude of children's videos that are accessible through RightNow Media. 


If you have already set up your RightNow Media account, access it here from your phone, computer, tablet, Roku or other streaming device.


If you have never accessed RightNow Media account before, click here to set up a new user account.


Have fun browsing your new free resource! If you have any questions, please contact Susan Eaton.