Ministries

Worship
Come as you are! We offer a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere in which to worship our Lord. Sunday worship services begin at 9:00 AM and 6:30 PM. The morning blended service begins with contemporary praise songs, with traditional hymns following later in the service. Special music is performed by the Clunette UMC Choir, the Prairie Fire Praise Band, and others. The Circuit evening service features driving praise songs, followed by a message and prayer.

We celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of every month, which is open to everyone who loves Jesus, earnestly repents of their sin, and wishes to live in peace with God and one another. You do not need to be baptized or a member of our church to partake- it is the Lord's table, not ours!


Fellowship
Fellowship is important to developing and maintaining an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. Aside from Sunday services we offer opportunities to gather at other times such as carry-in suppers, home made ice cream socials, harvest dinners, and more.

Nursery Care
We have a full nursery available downstairs. There are speakers in it through which the sermon is broadcast, so you won't miss out. Please let us know if you need any further assistance.
Education
During worship services, Children’s Church is available in the Education Room for children up to through 6th grade. 

Adult Men's and Women's Bible study groups meet during some weeks. Email Pastor Mike at mike.beezley@inumc.org for more details of meeting times and current itinerary.

Youth Group is available every other Wednesday night starting at 6:30 PM (generally running while Warsaw Community Schools are in session). Open to all ages of kids. Meal provided.

Outreach
We believe we are all called by God to reach out to others. Clunette United Methodist lives out this calling through missionary support, community projects and more.
Some of the ministries we support include providing chapel worship service at Fellowship Missions homeless shelter the third Wednesday of each month, donating to the local community food bank at Combined Community Services and Community Closet, support of CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ), missionary support in Venezuela, and adopting families at Christmas to name a few.