We're glad you chose to pop in as a "virtual visitor." Whether you are a first-time visitor or a long-time friend, we appreciate your stopping by.

Unionville is a great place.  When I learned of my appointment to serve this community, I was told I was going to a "country congregation with a family feel." While that much is true, after being in Unionville for five years now, "country" and "family" are not the first adjectives that come to mind when I speak of this community.

Unionville Church is a community of folks of all ages seeking to be faithful followers of Jesus Christ in the Wesleyan tradition. That tradition involves striving to lead a life that is Christ-like through devotion to the Word of God, to prayer, and to sharing God's grace with everyone we meet.

Bible-based preaching, Sunday School for all ages, and a variety of Bible and book studies bring long-term members and newcomers together to grow in God's Word and grace. We always have a seat for visitors and an ear for new voices and ideas.

We are a faith community that does more than talk about God's Word.  We are an active congregation that not only welcomes strangers; we faithfully and joyfully go out to care for strangers.  Our food pantry and clothes closet - supported by other local churches - serve folks in need throughout our community.  Our newest ministry is constructing ramps for folks in need of handicap accessibility. 

Our caring extends beyond our local community.  Each year we send a group on a mission trip. After six trips to the Gulf Coast to assist with Hurricane Katrina clean-up and reconstruction, two trips to Chrisfield Maryland for Hurricane Sandy recovery, a trip to Sayre, PA for flood recovery, this year we traveled to West Virginia to work in Appalachia.

Unionville is a wonderful place to put your faith into action. We are a community that continually strives to strengthen its faith through giving it plenty of exercise. We would love to have you stop in anytime. If you have any questions about our ministries, would like a visit, or just need a listening ear, please do not hesitate to give us a call or stop in.


Pastor Doug