150 chapters full of songs, prayers, powerful imagery, heartfelt laments and journal entries. The Bible calls these 150 chapters the Psalms. It’s longest book of the Bible. But what purpose do they serve? Why should we read them? Where are they leading us? The psalms are meant to connect the truth of God and our experience of God. They connect our everyday wanderings with the heart of God. In June and July we are going to walk through the Psalms looking for and exploring the depth of who God is, what God is up to and what that means for our lives in the here and now. Join us each week for worship on Sunday at 8:30am or 11:00am (in-person and online) for traditional or at 9:00am for contemporary.


Are you interested in learning how to decorate cupcakes?  If so, join in our cupcake decorating class led by Michele Prairie, a culinary, baking and pastry instructor from GTCC.  She’ll guide you through decorating techniques and once you’ve finished your masterpiece, you can eat it!  The cost is $10.00.  The cupcakes and supplies are included in the price. 

Register here, through our mobile app or by calling the church office by May 11th.



Blood Drive | May 26th

As a service to our community, JUMC will be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive

in our Fellowship Hall on Thursday, May 26 from 2:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

For appointments please go on-line to www.redcrossblood.org and

enter our Sponsor Code JamestownUMC in the top right-hand box labeled “Find a Blood Drive. 

Holy Week & Easter Vespers 2022

For our Holy Week, we took a journey through the Stations of the Cross.  Each night we paused and reflected on a few of these stations until we reached the cross and tomb on Good Friday. The stations were accompanied by selections from the JUMC chancel choir presentation of
Once Upon a Tree. For these videos as more, click the image.

Office Hours

The church office closes for lunch between 1:15 - 2:15pm Monday - Thursday.  We close on Fridays at 1:00pm. During these times, you will receive a message recording when you call and the doors will not be monitored for building access.  If you have an appointment with a staff member, that staff member will meet you at the door to let you in. There will be no one to let you inside the building unless you have an appointment.