We are a welcoming church always working to become more friendly. We will greet you with a smile whether you are dressed in a fine suit or in tattered jeans. We love old people, young people, small people and big people, dark or light or in-between. You are welcome if you are straight, gay or transsexual. We want every one of God's children to feel at home.
Mahsea Evans has been in ministry since 2007. Pastor of Roseville UMC since November 2019, he was previously the youth pastor at St. Mark's Methodist Church in Sacramento. Mahsea has completed a Doctor of Ministry from the Claremont School of Theology. He teaches part-time at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley. Mahsea shares his love of the spoken Word, bringing new approaches to the church and the surrounding community.
First UMC Roseville has been involved in Helping Hands Feeding Ministry for over thirty years. Each Monday we serve meals to the local community.
On the 4th Friday each month we serve our local community by hosting multiple community service agencies that provide information and help with medical issues, housing, taxes, etc. We provide agency space, food, games, and a monitored playground. Hablamos español.
Prayer is very important in the life of the church. Join us on Tuesdays at 6:00 PM for prayer service. Zoom ID 908 490 8254, password 5zRiqk.
We also have an e-mail prayer chain. Please send requests for prayers to RosevilleFUMCPrayers@gmail.com
Men gather on the first and third Thursday of each month at 9:00 AM in Heritage Chapel for a devotional study, fellowship and to plan and work on projects that support the church.
Partnering with St. Mark's UMC of Sacramento we hosting virtual meetings, bringing together the youth in our communities to engage in fun activities, socialize with their peers, and learn from one another. See the February Chimes article for more information.
United Methodist Women have a new name: United Women in Faith. UMW is open to all women of faith. We are currently collecting food and funds for Ukranian refugees.
Our crafters meet on the first and third Thursday morning of the month at 10:00 to create beautiful items to sell to benefit Church Ministries.
We are focused on many social justice issues and are not afraid to get out in the streets. Study groups read and discuss books on a variety of social topics and look for ways to make a positive impact on our community. “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, " - John Wesley
Join with us in song and help praise the Lord. Choir is restarting September 11, 2022. Check with our choir director John Handley.
Bishop Minerva Carcaño