At the corner of Maple St. & 2nd St. PO Box 528 Worship @ 10 am Sundays Bainbridge, OH 45612
A Message From Our Pastor
Pastor Kathleen Kisner
Welcome to the Bainbridge United Methodist Church website! We hope you will find this resource helpful to you as you seek to know us better! We exist to model for our community and the world around us what a growing disciple of Jesus Christ looks like. Our hope is that by modeling faith in Jesus, others will be drawn to want to know him deeply.
We seek to live out our faith in Jesus through our core practices of vibrant worship, deepening discipleship and faith growing service. We want to worship God with every part of us, and to do so, we gather, in person and on facebook, to worship at 10:00 am each Sunday morning. So that our discipleship can grow deep and strong, we come together each Sunday morning. To continue growing in faith, we gather at 9:00 am on Sunday mornings for Sunday school with a time of coffee and conversation starting at 8:30 am. In addition, we have Bible study on Monday evenings at 7:00 on zoom. Contact the office for the link. Though a variety of avenues, we look to grow our faith through serving others. Paint Valley Ministries has remained opened during the midst of the COVID crisis. It is an ongoing ministry that distributes food every Monday 7-8 pm and Wednesday 10:00-11:30am, and cares for needs as the opportunity arises. Our funeral dinner service is an opportunity to practice care for those who are grieving the loss of a loved ones we provide a meal and tender care for the family. Throughout the year, there are a number of short-term opportunities to serve in the name of Jesus throughout our community and world.
We are excited about your interest in Bainbridge United Methodist Church. Above all, we want you to see this as a peek into the life of BUMC, a loving, growing community of faith in Bainbridge. Thank you for connecting with us, and we hope to see you soon!
During COVID-19, we are doing our best to stay safe. When attending worship service and other gatherings please do the following:
You are welcome to wear your mask, but it is not required
Stay six feet apart when possible
Singing is allowed
Register your attendance by wearing a name tag and placing it in the collection basket
Do not attend church activities, if not feeling well
Follow any other recommendations by the health department
To help keep us healthy the church will:
Provide masks, if you would like one
Provide hand sanitizer
Provide individual communion packets
Provide thorough cleaning
Provide online options for worship, Bible study and meetings
Not pass the offering plate through the pews
Thank you for your patience as we do our best to remain healthy in body, mind and spirit in the midst of a pandemic.