We At Bancroft And Morrice United Methodist Churches Invite You To Worship With Us!

No Matter Where You Are At On Life’s Journey, You Are Welcome Here!

We believe that God loves all of creation, and through Jesus Christ we are brought into fellowship with God. We are a family, proclaiming the love and grace of God, as found in God's Word. All are welcome at Bancroft and Morrice United Methodist Churches - those who believe as well as those who are seeking.

At each service we gather for meaningful worship to study God’s word.

We reach out with the heart of ministry to care for our neighbors in the name of Christ here and around the world. We have fun and fellowship in a variety of activities ranging from Chili Cook Off to Ladies Tea.

As we work and worship together we find that our faith grows as we enjoy friends old and new.

You will discover opportunities for discipleship and spirtual growth at Bancroft and Morrice United Methodist Churches. Our website is just the introduction to the spirit of our church. We want you to feel at home and comfortable here. We are pleased to welcome you as part of a Christian community.

Please Join Us For An Upcoming Worship Service. There’s A Place For You Here At Bancroft And Morrice United Methodist Churches .


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Bishop Bard letter 7/30/2020

Clarifying the impact of the revised executive order July 30, 2020 Dear Michigan United Methodists, I have read Governor Whitmer’s most recent executive order 2020-160, which includes a limit at indoor gatherings to 10 persons. As with previous executive orders, religious organizations meeting for worship are exempt from penalties. As when other executive orders have been issued, I encourage pastors and other congregational leaders to read the order and determine how the information contained in it may affect your church’s practice. If a congregation is meeting indoors, I would want them to again review both the health data in their area and their mitigation practices, including the requirement to wear face coverings. For some, it may make sense to discontinue meeting in the sanctuary, but that may not be true for all. If you are meeting outdoors, such gatherings seem significantly safer, and the recommended limits for persons to attend are much higher. I have consistently asked congregations to “follow the guidelines of the Governor.” I trust congregations to use their best thinking in making decisions based on public health, the common good, and the well-being of others. Grace and Peace, David Alan Bard Michigan Area Bishop

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