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Welcome to Stevensville

United Methodist Church

This community of faith connects with the Holy through worship, fellowship, care, learning, connecting with neighbors, community events and celebrations, and seeing the little things with awe here in Stevensville, MT and throughout the Bitterroot Valley.

HOLY WEEK SERVICES

Maundy Thursday, April 1: Online Meditation & Video

Good Friday, April 2: 7pm Service of reflection, reading and music as we                                                  mourn Jesus’ death

Easter Sunday, April 4: Worship Services at 9:00 (Outside) &  10:30 (Inside &                                               Live Stream), SUMC Choir, Communion, and a                                                           Message of Joy and Hope

     

Sunday Morning

In Person Worship: 9:00 AM Outside (weather permitting) & 10:30AM Inside.    also  Live Streaming Worship at 10:30 on YouTube Channel & Facebook.

o   YouTube: Search for “Stevensville United Methodist Church.” Look for the video that says “Live” in the bottom right corner.

o   Facebook: Search for “@Steviumc.” Scroll till you see the service. 

  • Masks & physical distancing will be followed Spring 2021.
  • Live Streaming at 10:30 on YouTube Channel (Stevensville UMC) and Facebook (@SteviUMC).
  • Sunday Study will resume April 18th at 1:00 PM
  • 1st  Sunday of the month:  Communion 

Virtual Worship Sign-in

Any questions or Zoom link, email us at steviumc@gmail.com

 

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Mission & Values of Stevensville UMC

Mission

As disciples of Christ, we offer a path to hope, inclusion and purpose for a community in need of healing care, community engagement, faith formation and compassionate love. 

Values

  • Christ-centered: Live faith seriously with worship, study and action.
    • Variety of Perspective: The DNA formed during the union of the North and South Methodist churches leads to honoring spaces of education, growth, and connection with the diversity of God’s creation. (theology, politics, economics, identity, accessibility)
    • Village & Community: All people are beloved of God, made in God’s image and worth. Care extends with prayer, support, trust, acceptance, and hospitality.
    • Music: Find meaning through a medium that invites many talents, expressions of faith, and a place of connection and growth.