7330 Chicago Street, Alanson, MI 49706
We invite you to Sunday Worship at 9 A.M.
under the ministry of:
Pastor Susan Hitts
Please join us as we are sure to have another great year sharing God's Love . Our church is located right off of M-31 & Chicago Streets.
This Sunday, August 18, is the Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
with Pastor Susan Hitts
See a complete Sunday Worship Bulletin here!
Find Pastor Susan's messages on our Facebook page.
Nehemiah Sunday is the second Sunday of each month with donations of paper products, coffee, creamer, sugar always needed to help out at our local homeless shelter. A special offering for UMCOR is collected on the last Sunday of the month and contributes globally to disaster relief for the US and abroad. Beautiful instrumental and organ and piano music are provided by Marion Kuebler and accompanied by Marga Eickholt on cello, and we are often graced with wonderful choir voices from our membership under the tutelage of Marion.
Hours and contact information for the Alanson United Methodist Church:
The church Office Manager, Kathi Fletcher, is available on Monday through Friday 9 to 12:30 p.m. Kathi can be reached at the church office in Harbor Springs at (231) 526-2414 or drop by the office at 343 E Main Street.
The Alanson United Methodist Church is located at 7330 Chicago Street, Alanson, Michigan 49706, across the street from the Littlefield School (a block off of U.S. 31). Just turn up the hill at the sole village light and you'll find us on the left-hand side of the road! The direct telephone number to the church is (231) 548-5709. Mail for Alanson members may be sent c/o the Harbor Springs UMC at 343 East Main Street, Harbor Springs, Michigan 49740.
Special services and events occasionally take place, and weddings, baptisms, etc., can be scheduled through the church office. The hall is available for rent. We currently host the Women's Resource Center playgroup on Wednesday mornings at 10:30.
Activities (hayrides, shopping sprees, etc.) are held throughout the year for our young parishioners and their friends. Updated /01/23/2019