“Love the Lord your God with all your heart….soul….and mind.
This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is
like it: Love your neighbor as yourself” (Matthew 22:27-29).
Rev. Wesley S. Corber
“The church just celebrated its 160th birthday last August. Approaching 161 and still strong in the Spirit” (Rev. Wes Corber).
Bluemont United Methodist Church is a Christ-centered and Biblically-grounded community of love and fellowship. It is a warm and caring church family in which disciples of Jesus Christ are formed and nurtured as they journey in their walk of faith.
If you are looking for a place of lively and edifying worship, we welcome you. If you are seeking a community in which to share the joys and struggles of life, we welcome you. If you are interested in studying the word of God, and learning to apply it in your own life, we welcome you. And if you are looking for ways to serve God in the world, we welcome you. Or, if you simply want to find your own place in the story of God’s gracious and redeeming work in Christ the Lord, we welcome you.
In response to God’s call, we at Bluemont UMC are led to a commitment to Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord and to be a community which lives and hopes in the Word of God revealed. The Holy Spirit of Christ conveys the unconditional love of Christ through the members of Bluemont UMC which nourishes the ministry of Jesus Christ in corporate worship, the nurture and development of faith in our children, discipleship, local and worldwide evangelism and service in Christ’s name.
Ordained of God, Bluemont UMC strives to be and do our best in Christ, utilizing our various ministries and other opportunities the Holy Spirit brings our way.
You will find an opportunity at Bluemont United Methodist Church to take advantage of worship and fellowship that will touch every aspect of your life.
We invite you to worship with us anytime.
Sunday School - 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Service - 10:00 a.m.
Fully Staffed Nursery
The parcel of land where the Bluemont United Methodist Church stands was transferred by deed June 14, 1851, for the sum of $50.00. The land was designated for the purpose of building a church or house of public worship free from all Christian denominations. However, the Methodist Church immediately began worship when the present building was erected in 1852 and has occupied the building until the present time.
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