What can you expect when you come to Senoia UMC?
We invite you to come and make yourself at home!
Senoia UMC is a warm, inviting, and welcoming congregation that seeks to make guests feel at home when they come to worship and to participate in our various ministry opportunities. If you are new to the Senoia area or to the church, we encourage you to take look around the website and if you have any questions, please let the pastor know or contact the church office.
What is Worship like?
Senoia UMC offers two Sunday morning worship experiences. Both are traditional in nature. While worship comes from the heart and is not a style, we feel that traditional worship best represents our particular faith community. We have two services - our 8:45 "New Traditions" and our 11:00 traditional with chancel choir.
Both services are packed with deep theological meaning and planned in a very intentional way. From passionate music that includes a wide assortment of selections to inspirational and biblical preaching, you are sure to be filled with God's Holy Spirit through worship at Senoia UMC. For more information about our worship service you may go to the worship page of our website.
What Should I Wear?
Simple. Clothes. Wear what you wish. We care more about you than what's in your closet, so come as you are.
Where Should I Park?
Our parking lot is located on the Seavy Street side of the property. There is ample parking. Handicap parking is located along Bridge Street closest to the sanctuary entrance.
What Door Should I Enter?
If you are coming for worship, enter the doors you see in the picture above. Otherwise you may enter through the double doors of the Education Building on the parking lot side. A handicap accessible entrance is located on the garden/yard side of the property (opposite side of the parking lot).
What Else Can I Expect?
When you visit, you will be greeted warmly by one of our ushers. If it is your first time, you will receive a special gift from us. Don't worry, we won't ask you to stand or do anything to be identified as a first-timer. But, don't be surprised if several people come and greet you before and after the service.