We are so glad you decided to join us for worship today!

Welcome to Worship at Pell City First United Methodist Church! Our worship is focused on praising God, deepening our faith, and strengthening our community of Christ followers as we reach out with God’s grace and love to the community around us. Whether you are joining us in the Sanctuary or The Beacon, we hope that you will find a warm welcome and a meaningful worship experience.

Below you will find more information to help answer any questions you might have as well as ways to connect.

Pastor Rachel Gonia

Senior Pastor at PCFUMC

Restrooms: If you are in The Sanctuary (Traditional Worship), restrooms can be founded by going out of either of the doors in the front of the Sanctuary.  Turn left down the hallway and they will be towards the end on the right.  

If you are in The Beacon (Wide Open Worship), go out the doors to the left.  This will bring you to the lobby.  Turn right into the hallway towards our Children's Center.  They will be immediately on your left.  

Nursery and Children's Church:  During worship, all children are invited to attend and participate in the various worship services with their parents. However we understand that sometime kids just have a hard time sitting through "big church."  After the first part of our 10:30 worship services there will be a dismissal for any children between the ages of 3 and 3rd grade for children's church which is in the Garner Room in The Beacon. During this time they will sing some songs, play some games, make a craft, and have an age appropriate lesson.  Children can be picked up after the service in the Garner Room, in The Beacon. If you enter The Beacon from the 22nd Street side, the Garner Room is to the right next to the kitchen.

On Sunday mornings there is also a nursery, available from 9:00am-12:00pm for children ages 6 weeks through 2 years old. This can be found in the daycare hall of the Beacon, there will be signs to point you in the right direction.

We are a Safe Sanctuaries Church and take safety of our children and volunteers seriously. All volunteers are required to undergo a thorough federal and state background check repeated every three years and attend annual Safe Sanctuaries training and refreshers

Sunday School: Adult Sunday school classes meet on Sunday morning from 9:15-10:15.  Click HERE for a listing of our current offerings for Adult Sunday School.  You can find information about our Youth and Children's Sunday school classes by clicking the link.

Wednesday Night Small Groups:  Most of our Small Groups meet after Wednesday Night Fellowship Dinner at 6:30 in various classrooms at the church. Click HERE for our current offerings.  If you have any questions, feel free to email one of our pastors at Rachel.Gonia@umcna.org or Andy.Yarnell@umcna.org

Youth and Kids: We have great ministries for our kids and youth, here at PCFUMC.  Both our kids and youth meet on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights.  Kids meet in The Beacon in our Children's Center.  Youth meet on the 3rd floor of our Sanctuary Building. All of our offerings for children can be found HERE.  Andy Yarnell leads our youth ministry for 7th- 12th grade.  Information about our Youth Programming can be found HERE.  

Missions: There are many ways to be the hands and feet of Christ in active service. God has called us to be active in our local area. Through our mission and ministry budget as well as volunteer hours, these ministries reflect our desire to serve. To find a way to get involved in missions click HERE for a list of our current projects our email our Missions Team Leader: Deb Mattison at DMattison@WCQP.com

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