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Luray United Methodist Church
See the Love, Share the Joy
Sunday Worship Services:
8:30 am - Contemporary
11:00 am - Traditional
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Welcome!

Luray UMC is a caring church, excited about our vision "See the Love, Share the Joy" and God's mission for our Church.  Visit with us soon!
Praising God and hearing His Word each Sunday is a great joy to LUMC. 

We offer both a traditional setting with a Chancel Choir and Hand Bell choir and a more contemporary setting with a Praise Band.  Fellowship and Christian Education (classes listed below) take place between the services, 10 - 10:50. A children's message is given in each service as well as the opportunity to share Joys & Concerns with the church family.  The United Methodist church practices open communion which we celebrate on the first Sunday of every month.

Check out the About LUMC page to see our Monday through Saturday activities!
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Sunday Christian Education

Spritual growth opportunities at other times of the week are listed on the About LUMC page

  1. Women
    Women
  2. Adults
    Adults
  3. Children
    Infants to 5th Grade
  4. Teens
    Tweens & Teens
Fourth Floor Classrooms using the Heart Shaper curriculum by Standard Publishing

Infants to 2-year-olds have a safe, nurturing environment throughout both services.

Preschoolers - age 3 until the start of kindergarten.

Early Elementary - Kindergarten to 2nd grade

Upper Elementary -
3rd to 5th grade

Middle School, grades 6-8, meet in the balcony room, above the auditorium.

High School students meet in the Underground, below the auditorium.

Book Study class meets in the  Fellowship Hall on the third floor.  The current book is Walking with Bilbo by Sarah Arthur. (On hold for now)

Crosswalk explores our walk with Christ and the headlines.  Bring your Bible to the Image classroom on the fourth floor.

Women  Encountering God meet in the Parlor, west side of the auditorium, to discuss the scripture used in the previous week's sermon.