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Where do Methodist Church bishops stand related to recent comments made on the national political scene?

Bishop Ough calls all people to respect rights and respect of all humanity.  Read his statement by clicking on the "more" button here:

In the late 1800's millions of immigrants began arriving in New York City by steamship.  Many of these newcomers had no money and no family as they stepped of the boat.  Fortunately, Alma Matthews and members of the Women's Home Missionary Society were there to greet young women and guide them to safety.  Alma Matthews spent 40 years meeting boats and making sure these new Americans had clothing, a meal, and a bed to sleep in.  Learn more about this Methodist woman who followed her faith and changed history.

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Council of Bishop's Statement January 11, 2018

Water?  Cool, clean, Water.

​Wednesdays - 9am   Coloma and Riverside UMC Joint Prayer Group at Riverside UMC

You are welcome to come to fellowship and prayer time with others at Riverside UMC, 9am, any Wednesday.  This ongoing group consists of everyone from one-time never been to church folks to long-time experienced prayer warriors - we are all one in the eyes of God! 

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The videos on this page are courtesy of United Methodist Communications.​     To see more, visit http://www.umc.org/videos .

Who Are Refugees?

A force in the late 19th century seeking voting rights, better conditions for women, and even full representation in Methodism.

Gilbert Caldwell stands up

for Justice and Human Rights

Small Group Study Groups


The Thursday Evening Women's Spiritual Formation Group meets in the church's parlour/conference room.  As a covenant group, this group has reached maximum size and is closed.


If interested in beginning a new group, please see Pam Walker - it would be wonderful to have another small group of intentional study!


Men's Study Group- This group has finished one study based on Companions in Christ, and has begun a new study based upon "A Disciple's Path". This group meets in the home of Brian Ebbers. Check  with Brian Ebbers or Mike Gearhart to meet with this group.

Refugees and Methodist Women

​      from an Historical Perspective


     a compassionate people, seeking, serving, sharing, discovering the love of Jesus, together.