Elk Grove United Methodist Church
A Reconciling Congregation in the heart of the community
If you’re searching for a spiritual home, we’ve been expecting you! Join our vibrant and diverse Reconciling Congregation as we discover what God has in store as we walk in the way of Jesus together.
We’re an inclusive, intergenerational Christian community committed to social justice, diversity, service, spiritual growth and integrity. Our faith and work reflect God’s unconditional love and Jesus’ teaching to love our neighbors as ourselves.
Join us on Sundays for Worship Services and Sunday School.
Pre-K to 3rd Grade @ 10am in the Outreach Room
4th-6th Grade @ 10am in the Rainbow Room
Youth 6th to 12th @ 12:30pm in the Diversity Room
Adults Sunday Bible Study @ 10am in Bartholomew Hall
If you would like to get the latest about what is happening at the church, you can email the office and request to be added to our newsletter. It is sent weekly via email and will keep you informed!
May 21st - UWF Annual Spring Tea
1:00pm in Bartholomew Hall. RSVP to the church office. $15 per person, you are invited to bring your favorite tea cup and luncheon plate!
May 21st - All Church Workday
9:00am – 11:00pm: We are planning to do general grounds keeping (roses, leaves, irises, etc.) and painting. All are invited!
Ministries & Outreach
Our Church community works together to live out our core values through our ministries, mission and outreach, and fellowship activities. Learn more about what we are doing and find out how you can get involved too.
Diversity and Inclusion
We welcome and include everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, culture, age, economic status, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Through our actions, we encourage the community to do the same. Our doors are open. Our love is unconditional.
We minister to the whole person to nurture a faith that works in real life through worship, education, fellowship, service and justice. We walk with each other on our journeys with God and in following the way of Jesus.
We create a spirit of belonging through Christian care giving, fellowship and service. We foster collaboration both within our congrecation and throughout our greater community.
Justice and Advocacy
We work, educate and advocate for social justice locally and globally through our actions prayers and financial resources.
We use our time, labor and other resources to respond to the needs of our local, national and global community. We encourage everyone to serve.