Every Sunday
10:00 a.m.

It's okay to show up late and okay if you need to leave early.

What Worship Means

Worship is a way we stay close to God and maintain a relationship appropriate to God being our Creator and Lord. It is the time-tested way to offer our thanks and praise to God while also being refreshed in our faith and spirit.


Worship at Tecumseh UMC is multi-generational with a mix of formal and informal elements and traditional and contemporary styles. Ancient and modern mix in a way that connects us with Christians throughout history yet avoids being "otherworldly."

Music covers a wide range from hymns accompanied on our magnificent organ to praise songs backed by guitar to handbells.

Hospitality & Inclusiveness

Everyone is welcome to participate in worship, and this includes Holy Communion.

Handbells on 19 March

Sunday, 2 July 2017

Committed to Each Other in Christ
People today seek community. The church is a special kind of community in which we are bound together by Jesus Christ and committed to each other. This Sunday we look at community from a distinctly Christian perspective as we share Holy Communion.

Sunday, 9 July 2017

Order Out of Chaos
The world today is very chaotic, things feel both out of control and beyond control, and we feel powerless to do anything about it. Hope and encouragement come from God who ordered the priomordial chaos and can bring order to our lives.

Sunday, 16 July 2017

Slaying the Dragon of Anxiety
Anxiety is disabling, distracting, disturbing, and paralyzing. Jesus spoke directly about anxiety, offered encouragement, and keeps us focused on the larger things that matter.