GROW. SERVE. INVITE!
DOWNRIVER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
We all tend to place ourselves first. However, we are seeking to love and serve God in action by serving others. We are learning what being God’s people looks like in our daily lives and we want to live this out in action so that God’s love can be experienced by others.
Would you like to discover where you could serve at DRUMC?
Join the Journey to follow Jesus
Follow Jesus WITH us!
Grow. Serve. Invite.
The DRUMC journey began with a gathering of people from five congregations who chose to come together as one new church to do a NEW thing. Our previous paths were not leading to a good place, and God called us to this journey and we said YES! This means each congregation either has sold their previous locations. We worship together in a new temporary location while we renovate our new location on Beech Daly in Taylor. We are learning how to be God’s people a new in ways.
Join the Journey!
Learn and Grow WITH Us!
We desire to grow in our relationship with Jesus and to put into action all that it means to be faithful disciples of Jesus. We have not arrived yet, and we are not perfect, but we strive to evaluate where we are and to take the NEXT STEP toward fully embracing everything it means to be God’s people.
Missed a Sunday or want to listen to past sermon messages again? We have them here all for you!
Wednesday, August 19 from 6-7:30pm at our new location, 14400 Beech Daly, Taylor, MI.
We have books to give away, live music, bubbles and a drawing to win a free backpack filled with elementary school supplies!
Plus, neighborhood vendors will be stopping by, including Summit Academy and the Taylor Public Library!
We can't wait to see you!
RIGHT NOW AT DRUMC!
The negative neighbor. The critical co-worker. The manipulative family member. We all have difficult people in our lives. Let’s learn how we can live with—and show love to—Those People.
August 6: Those Hypocritical People, Proverbs 15:31-32
August 13: Those Manipulating People, Judges 16:15-19
August 20: Those Overly Needy People, Acts 3:1-8
August 27: Those Overly Critical People, Matthew 15:7-8