Most people who are trying out a new church will first attend one of the worship services. We have five services on two campuses and each has a unique personality.
Our 8:00 Traditional Service, East Campus (Seasonal: November – April) is our early morning worship gathering held in our East Campus Sanctuary. This intimate time of worship usually includes hymns accompanied by piano, a time of prayer, and a meaningful sermon preached by one of our pastors. If you are an early riser, we hope you will join this faithful group of worshipers as we lift up the name of Jesus.
Our 9:30 Contemporary Service, East Campus is a large, informal gathering.This service meets at the East Campus in “The Gathering Place,” our multipurpose worship, fellowship and recreation space. Most Sundays include engaging worship music by our praise band and singers. You will also be able to hear a relevant sermon in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. We hope you will join us for a truly fun and meaningful worship experience!
Our 11:00 Traditional Service, East Campus is our largest traditional service. It is held in our East Campus Sanctuary. Most Sundays include hymns accompanied by piano and organ, special music from our Chancel Choir, a children’s message, a time of prayer and an engaging sermon. Our 11:00 gathering is a wonderful time of passionately expressing our love for God in a time-honored traditional format.
Our 9:30 Traditional Service, West Campus is held in our intimate West Campus Chapel. Most Sundays include classic hymns accompanied by our organist, a time of sharing prayer requests, a meaningful sermon, and occasional special music from our choral ensemble. When you visit, you will find a warm congregation ready to greet you and we hope you will join us for coffee and conversation after the service in the Fellowship Hall.
Our 11:15 Contemporary Service, West Campus is held in our West Campus Chapel. This high energy worship experience includes passionate praise music led by our West Campus Band and a relevant message given in casual environment. When you visit we hope you will be able to sit back, relax and engage in a time of life-changing worship.
There is no dress code and you will see a variety of styles. In fact, you’ll find the Contemporary Sunday morning services quite casual. Some people attending the traditional services dress up, but others wear “workplace” or casual clothes.
We hope that nothing you experience at First United Methodist Church of Boca Raton will ever make you uncomfortable, but the “unknown” can make anyone a little uneasy. If you have any questions find one of the ushers.
In addition to Sunday Services, our two campuses host many different types of activities during the week from Bible studies, to fellowship and recovery groups. Check out our Ministries Menus to see what is available for each specific age group.