where Lawrence and Topeka meet!
Our church family actively seeks opportunities to put our mission statement into action; STULL UMC: Serving Together, Utilizing the Lord’s Love, United in Mission with Christ. Our congregation is truly a family of God, sharing the Lord’s love to those in our community through a variety of feeding and healing ministries, praying together, and studying of the Bible together. We welcome children into our midst with a number of special activities for them, including an outdoor playground, Sunday school classes, and Vacation Bible School.
We are a growing congregation and believe that we can glorify God by working together.
Pastoral office hours:
Our pastor’s office hours currently vary and are held in the Faith and Friendship Center. You are welcome and encouraged to call and leave a message on the church answering machine or call Pastor Faye’s home phone to schedule a time to meet with her one on one.
Sunday @ 11:00 AM
Our service is a blend of both traditional hymns, contemporary praise choruses, and a sermon message. The service lasts around an hour. A children’s sermon and sharing of church family joys and concerns are also incorporated into our worship service. Communion is served one Sunday a month and all are welcome at God’s table. During church service we offer a new ministry for children and adults with differing abilities. Becky and Friends meets after the children’s sermon for a unique learning experience in the Faith and Friendship Center.
Sunday @ 10:00 AM.
We will be wrapping up an all age, 31 week study on ‘The Story’ written by Max Lucado at the end of August and begin new curriculum in September for all classes.
~classes for all age groups~
- The Seekers(adults)—meets in the banquet room of the Faith and Friendship Center
- The Ripple Effect(Young Adults–post high school thru 40ish)—-meets in the bell tower above the sanctuary
- The Musketeers-teens(grades 6th-12th)—-meets in the small meeting room of the Faith and Friendship Center
- J.A.M.~Jesus and Me-(2 yrs old-5th grade)—-meets in the church basement
We are located in the stucco building at the southeast corner of the intersection of Douglas County roads 442 and 1023. We offer ample parking for visitors and members with designated spots for those displaying handicapped tags. Handicap accessibility is located in the paved parking area on the south side of the church. We have handicap accessible doors and an elevator located in the church basement available for use. The Faith and Friendship Center also offers handicap accessibility in all doors.
Come as you are – business casual is the normal dress at our services (sometimes more business-like, sometimes much more casual).
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME
IN GOD’S HOUSE!