The Little White Church
The little white church on the corner of 11th and Highway 99W has held services since 1891 and is the oldest continuously used building in Dundee. The bell tower was added in 1910. The bell is rung each Sunday at 11, calling people to worship. Over the years it has also rung for many weddings and funerals. The building has undergone several other renovations, including the addition of the two story social rooms in 1958 and the Sunday school building in the mid 1970’s. The Sunday school building is the current location of the Music Station Preschool. The adjoining parsonage is now a private residence.
Worship Service 11 am
Join us for a traditional protestant worship which celebrates and supports each person’s journey to become who God is calling them to be. We sing, we pray, we fellowship, and we grow together in our faith.
Join us—you’ll be glad you did and so will we!
United Methodists practice "open table," inviting to Communion all who seek to live in relationship with the triune God and with one another. Communion is shared the 1st Sunday of every month.
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