Coloma United Methodist Church
The History of the Bell Tower
Music. Johannes Sebastian Bach spoke of his passion for music as a need to praise the Lord. We love to express love of God through our music. That music may be heard through our choir performing, special music from invited guests in worship or in summer gazebo concerts. You may hear harmonica, Spanish guitar, violin, trumpet, banjo, piano, or even the church organ played by talented musicians. The variety of music styles runs from Charles Wesley hymns of the 1800's to blue grass standards to folk songs to more modern praise songs. Praise and pray through music!
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What We Believe
Pastor and Staff
The congregation was surveyed, given 40 words from which they each chose 5 words that best described the Coloma United Methodist Church.
Discussion groups, open to all, took those words and through several meetings constructed this vision statement:
We are a compassionate people,
seeking, serving, sharing,
and discovering the love of Jesus, together.
Our mission is this: to make disciples for Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
I was blown away by the friendliness shown by everyone I came into contact with. They took the time to pour me coffee, find my family seats in the sanctuary, invite us to coffee fellowship after service!
Do all the good you can,
by all the means you can,
in all the ways you can,
in all the places you can, at all the times you can,
to all the people you can,
as long as you ever can. - John Wesley.
Our staff is a collection of talented, dedicated folks who combine a love of God with a desire to help others who want to seek, serve, share. That passion shows in all we do!
a compassionate people, seeking, serving, sharing, discovering the love of Jesus, together.