New Visitors We welcome new visitors to Eaton United Methodist Church and we're glad you are here! Our new visitors ministry is designed to help you feel welcome, to answer your questions, and help you get involved in our faith community. The following FAQ's might help you get started. If you have other questions, please fill out the form below or do not hesitate to contact the church office at 456-4670.
Which service should I attend?
We currently only have one service at 10:00AM. It alters weekly between contemporary and traditional.
What should I wear?
Jesus does not care what you wear! You will find that there is a variety of dress at both services. The first service tends to be a little more casual and the second service tends to be a little dressier, but you are welcome to dress in whatever makes you comfortable for each service. PLEASE, do not feel like you have to dress up! We have many people attend wearing jeans and a T-shirt and shorts in the summer and we are OK with that!
How long do the services last?
The services usually run about an hour from opening to closing.
Should I tell someone I am a visitor?
YES, PLEASE! Please inform the greeter as you enter the sanctuary that you are a visitor because we have a gift for you. The greeter can also seat you with someone if you desire.
What if I need prayer?
Our pastor and many of our members would be glad to pray with you. Please let us know and we will be there for you. There is also a prayer list on a podium at the back of the sanctuary where you can write down your prayer requests. This list is distributed to our prayer chain and you can bet that your requests will be prayed over! Please visit our prayer team page for more information about signing up for the prayer chain emails or to submit a prayer request right now.
Do you have bible studies?
We have numerous Sunday school classes that meet on Sundays as well as many small groups that meet throughout the week. Please check out the calendar and our spiritual formation section of this site for more information.